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McFARLAND--Emily Frelinghuysen Bilkey, in Twin Falls, Idaho on December 1, 2006 at the age of 96. Survived by her daughter Laura Bilkey Barclay of Devon, England, and predeceased by her son H. Edward Bilkey. Born in New York City, brought up in Somerville, New Jersey, the daughter of Senator Joseph S. Frelinghuysen and Emily Brewster Frelinghuysen. Married to H. Edward Bilkey until his death in 1950 and later married Dr. Ross A. McFarland of the Harvard School of Public Health. She is also survi ...
McFARLAND-Milo. 37, of West Palm Beach, FL, and Delmar, NY. Services Wednesday, in Easthampton, NY. Call ''Wien & Wien'', 1-800-322-0533.
McFARLAND-Kathryn Elizabeth (Kathy). August 9, 1962-April 28, 1998. Kathy has gone home to God after an all too short stay on Earth. She will forever be alive in our hearts, our prayers, our thoughts. Funeral was held Friday, May 1, 1998. The McFarland Family
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CONGRESS LEADERS HOLD SEIZURE DEAD; Rayburn and McFarland Doubt Bill Giving President Power in Steel Dispute Can Win
Speaker Rayburn and Sen McFarland doubt Cong will pass seizure legis; Jones & Laughlin asks Penna ct to enjoin USWA pickets from interfering with exec and supervisory personnel; Moreell says co's new capacity will aid defense, reply to Murray
DEATH DEALT BLOW IN SPORTING WORLD; Stoneham, Shibe, Sherrill, Heisman, McGugin Among Those Who Died in 1936. HUMPHREYS PASSED AWAY Golden, Egan, McFarland, Papke, Garner, Fator, Barry and O'Rourke Also on List.
Rev of deaths in sport world
T McFarland executed for murder of Mrs N Kelly and F McVey
death of J Crown in 1934 investigated
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