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Morris Moss (1839–1903)

Mr. Morris Moss, who died at St. Leonards on September 9, after a long illness was one of a family of musicians well known in the Jewish community. His brother Sydney, who died in Sydney last year, occupied a high position in the musical world; while Mr. Mathew Moss, the well-known composer who conducted the choirs of the New and Western Synagogue for many years, was an uncle.

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9 September, 1903 (aged ~ 64)
St Leonards-on-Sea, Sussex, England

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