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Thomas Alexander (1839-1915)

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Thomas Alexander (1839-1915)

c.1839 Born in Glasgow

1901 Thos Alexander 62, Chemical Manufacturer, lived in Stirling, with Isabella Alexander 57, Wm Alexander 28, Soap Manufacturer, Edith Alexander 23, Thos Alexander Jr 20, clerk, Mable Alexander 19, Jessie Alexander 11; also in the house Alexander G Ogston 25, Soap Manufacturer[1]

1915 Died in Stirling [2]

1917 His wife, Isabella, was recorded as a widow on her death in Stirling[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1901 census
  2. National probate calendar
  3. national probate calendar