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Alexander McKerrow

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Alexander McKerrow (1837-1920), Civil Engineer

of 5, Victoria Street, Westminster.

1869 Married in Kensington to Mary Jane, eldest daughter of James Brunlees.[1]

1891 Living at Argyll Lodge, Wandsworth: James Brunlees (age 75 born Scotland), Civil Engineer - Employer - Widower. With his daughter Margaret A. Brunlees (age 43 born Manchester) and his son Howard Brunlees (age 32 born Kensington), Civil Engineer. Also his niece Alice B. Kirkman (age 50 born Bolton le Moor), Single, and his son-in-law Alexander McKerrow (age 53 born Manchester), Civil Engineer - Widower. Five servants.[2]

1895 Mentioned as engineers to the Snaefell Mountain Railway. Alexander McKerrow and G. Noble Fell.[3]

1920 January 27th. Died. Of 10 Prittlewell Square, Southend-on-Sea. Probate to Ronald Brunlees McKerrow

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Sources of Information

  1. Pall Mall Gazette - Friday 28 May 1869
  2. 1891 Census
  3. Isle of Man Times - Tuesday 18 June 1895