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Frederick Kirk Fairthorne, Chemist & Mayor, City of Launceston, Tasmania (circa 1850-?)
Image: Medal - Edward VII Coronation, Launceston City Council,1902 AD
Source: Museum Victoria
F.K. Fairthorne was a chemist, Justice of the Peace and sometime mayor of Launceston. He was named as Mayor of Launceston on a medal issued to commemorate the coronation of Edward VII in 1902 (NU 34796). In November of the same year he laid a stone at the base of the new Launceston Boer War Memorial. Fairthorne Road in Launceston may be named after him.
Fairthorne was registered as a chemist in 1871, and in 1903, as both a Justice of the Peace and Councillor of the Pharmaceutical Society of Tasmania.
http://www.comp.utas.edu.au/users/rsmith/hardman/WC01/WC01_392.HTM, accessed 12/1/2004.
http://www.homeopathyoz.org/downloads/Hist-AusPharmaHom.pdf, accessed 12/1/2004.
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Australia Tasmania, Launceston Coronation medal for Edward VII 1902 (AD) Mint: Stokes & Sons Proof-like specimen strike, not holed Other Details: The coronation of Edward VII in 1902 pr ...From: Launceston, Australia Images: 2