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Thomas Moore

Thomas Moore was the operator of the Boston Wharf and resided on Fish Street. He was known for also working with the Boston Gazette and famously was remarked upon for blacking out his face with his father, Hugh Moore, before the tea protest began. He later died in August of 1813 at the age of 60; he is buried at the Granary Burying Ground, Tomb 197.


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