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Samuel Fiddian : 04-January-2011
Samuel Fiddian : 04-January-2011

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Monument commemorates the Principal of the Creswick Grammar School, Samuel Fiddian. It also notes the site of the school and its founding in 1869.

In 1872 , Samuel Fiddian, wrangler of St Johns Cambridge, became proprietor and principal of Creswick Grammar School- a position he held for thirty years.


Address:Cambridge Street, Creswick, 3363
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -37.423242
Long: 143.893432
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:People


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 9th March, 1940
Front Inscription

In affectionate remembrance of SAMUEL FIDDIAN , M.A. Wrangler, St John`s Cambridge 1866 Principal of Creswick Grammar School 1872 -  1903.  Christian gentleman and profound scholar.

The school stood 51 yards due west from here.  Founded 1869 by Rev. Alexander Pyne, M.A. T.C.D.

This memorial erected by old scholars 9th March 1940

Source: MA
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