Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

304 E. Jefferson  

vacant - 1906 - reference Sanborn map 

Dwelling - 1914-1937 - reference Sanborn map 

Culver City Ice. Co. Russell & Esther B. Mc Farland, 32 years

    1942 Jan 28 - McFaland Builds New Ice House Next to Home
      Russell McFarland has completed a new ice house on East Jefferson St. next to his home where he has headquarters for the Culver City Ice Co.

      He has purchased the Medbourn Ice Co. and is now serving all the customers formerly handled by that firm.

    1960 - Culver City Ice 304 E Jeff


      Mrs. Russell McFarland has retired after 32 years of handling ice in the Culver vicinity.

      Mr. and Mrs. McFarland moved to the former McClane property in May, 1934, and began the retail sale of ice for the late Harry Medbourn. In 1940 the McFarlands built a refrigerated ice house across the street, next to their home. There they managed a little store and raised and sold fishing bait along with the ice business.

      In 1963, Mr. McFarland died, but his wife continued with the business until 1966, at which time health conditions forced her to retire. Another hobby of Mrs. McFarland's was making noodles, which she sold to the public.

      Mrs. McFarland now makes her home in Plymouth at 722 West Garro Street and she comments that she still makes good noodles.


1960's - 1990's the William and Nita Wieringa Family lived here  
    When this was bought up first by the cove project in the late 1980's or early 1990's they moved to where the Little Gallery was once housed on 211 E. Washington street


    Lot 15 F. B. Harris Addtion.

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