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15 Jul 2014

Alexander Moore was left a managing share in the printing firm Ferguson and Moore when his father died in 1880.

In addition to the managing share, his father also left interests in property and building societies to his son.

Alexander was a councillor from 1884 and was mayor during 1885 but passed away in January 1886 at the age of 35.

His wife, Jessie maintained their home at 22 St Vincent Place for a number of years whilst residing at the Bleak House Hotel until her death in 1900.

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