Alf Morgans

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Alfred Edward Morgans
Alf Morgans
4th Premier of Western Australia
In office
21 November 1901 – 23 December 1901
Preceded by George Leake
Succeeded by George Leake
Personal details
Born 17 February 1850
Ochr Churith Machen Lower, Monmouthshire, England (now Wales)
Died 10 August 1933
South Perth, Western Australia
Political party Independent
Spouse(s) Fanny Ridler
Occupation Mining investor
Gold and copper mine owner

Alfred Edward Morgans (17 February 1850 – 10 August 1933) was the 4th Premier of Western Australia from 21 November to 23 December 1901.[1]

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