A memorial to Kathleen “Kate” Moore, who was the lighthouse keeper at the Black Rock Harbor Lighthouse from 1871 to 1878, was dedicated this past September 19th in the Black Rock area of Bridgeport, Connecticut.
Moore is remembered for saving 21 lives during the years she lived at the lighthouse where her father, Stephen Moore, became the keeper before her in 1817. The event was attended by community members, public officials, school children, and Coast Guard officials. Interestingly, also in attendance at the ceremony was a descendant of one of Kate Moore’s two Newfoundland dogs.
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