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Cecil Herbert Fisken (1874–1928)

The sudden death is announced of Mr. Cecil Herbert Fisken, son of the late Mr. Archibald Fisken. He was educated at the Church of England Grammar School, Mclbourne, and at Cumloden, East St. Kilda. He matriculated in 1888, and studied law at the Melbourne University. He served his articles with Messers. Malleson, England, and Stewart, and was admitted to practise as a solicitor. Some time ago Mr. Fisken's health failed, and he took up country pursuits. He leaves a widow and a young daughter.

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'Fisken, Cecil Herbert (1874–1928)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 24 April 2024.

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5 June, 1874
Yendon, Victoria, Australia


19 May, 1928 (aged 53)
Victoria, Australia

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