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Alexander Fullerton

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Alexander Fullerton (c1852-1911), senior partner of Fullerton, Hodgart and Barclay

c.1852 Born in Paisley

1861 Alexr Fullerton 40, iron founder, master, lived in Paisley with Elizh Fullerton 31, Elizh Fullerton 10, Alex Fullerton 9, George Fullerton 7, William Fullerton 5, James Fullerton 4, Duncan Fullerton 2, John Fullerton 0 Mo[1]

1881 Alexander Fullerton (1821- ) 60, Engineer & Iron Founder Employing 240 Men 35 Boys, lived in Paisley Abbey, Elizabeth Fullerton 30, Alexander Fullerton Jr. 29, engineer and iron founder, William P Fullerton 25, solicitor, Duncan Fullerton 22, Iron Moulder, John Fullerton 20, yarn merchant, Mary A Fullerton 18, Janet M Fullerton 13[2]

1911 Obituary [3]

ALEXANDER FULLERTON died on May 30. 1911, at the age of fifty-nine. He was senior partner of the well-known engineering firm, Fullerton, Hodgart, & Barclay, of Paisley, and in early life became connected with the business founded by his father.

He was elected a member of the Iron and Steel Institute in 1900.

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