MacFarlane or Macfarlane is a surname shared by:

  • Alan Macfarlane (born 1941), a professor of anthropological science at Cambridge University
  • Alexander Macfarlane (1851-1913), a Scottish-Canadian logician, physicist, and mathematician
  • Alexander Macfarlane (politician) (1818-1898), a Nova Scotia lawyer and politician
  • Ian Macfarlane (economist), economist and former Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia
  • Jean Macfarlane, American psychologist
  • John MacFarlane, the founder and CEO of Sonos, which makes digital audio equipment
  • John Edward Macfarlane, the editor of Toronto Life magazine
  • John Muirhead Macfarlane (1855–1943), a Scottish botanist and professor
  • Laura Macfarlane, rock and roll musician
  • Luke Macfarlane (b. 1980), Canadian actor
  • Malcolm MacFarlane (1853–1931), a Scottish Gaelic scholar and songwriter.
  • Neil Macfarlane, (b. 1936) a British Conservative politician and former Minister for Sport
  • Norman Macfarlane, Baron Macfarlane of Bearsden, (b. 1926) a British Conservative member of the House of Lords
  • Rachael MacFarlane (born 1976), a voice actress and sister of Seth MacFarlane
  • Robert Macfarlane (born 1976), a British travel writer, cultural historian, and literary critic
  • Robert MacFarlane (1835-1872), a lawyer and Liberal member of the Canadian House of Commons
  • Robert Macfarlane (New Zealand) (1900 - 1982), a New Zealand politician
  • Robert Gwyn Macfarlane, hæmatologist
  • Seth MacFarlane (born 1973), an American animator and voice actor, best known for his show Family Guy
  • Todd MacFarlane (born 1961), a Canadian cartoonist, best known for his comic Spawn
  • Macfarlane, Lang & Co., Ltd, a biscuit firm which merged with McVitie & Price to form United Biscuits

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Saracen Foundry - Possilpark
... But the business kept growing, and MacFarlane need a vast area of land on which to build both a foundry and a village-styled infrastructure on which to house his workforce ... MacFarlane oversaw the removal of all the trees, creating the foundry on 14 acres (57,000 m2), with its main gates at 73 Hawthorn Street ... from both the North British Railway and the Hamiltonhill Branch of the Caledonian Railway, MacFarlane laid out the rest of the park land as streets and houses, including ...
Canadian National Magazine Awards - History
... In 1976 Andrew MacFarlane, Dean of Journalism at the University of Western Ontario (UWO), was trying to revive the university’s recently defunct President’s Medal for Canadian Magazine Journalism ... But MacFarlane eventually developed a proposal for a series of magazine awards, whose salient features were that the program would be bilingual — and therefore truly national — and would recognize individual ... MacFarlane together with John S ...
Saracen Foundry - Walter Macfarlane
... Walter Macfarlane I was born in Torrance of Campsie, near Glasgow in 1817 ... With his own main home at 22 Park Circus, Glasgow, Macfarlane became a prominent figure in local politics, becoming the President of the Glasgow Liberal Association ...
James Macfarlane
... James Macfarlane (2 September 1844 – 24 November 1914) was a Scottish-born Australian politician ... Macfarlane died in 1914 ...