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Name  Andrew Cruikshank

Role  Actor
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Died  April 29, 1988, London, United Kingdom
Children  Marty Cruikshank, Harriet Cruickshank
Books  After the Wager, the Dice, and the Games: Making Up a Quartet
Parents  Andrew Cruickshank, Mary Cruickshank
Movies and TV shows  Dr Finlay's Casebook, Murder Most Foul, El Cid, The Body in the Library, Kidnapped
Similar People  George Pollock, Dan Cruickshank, Silvio Narizzano, Stuart Burge, Don Chaffey

Andrew Rose Cruikshank (1820 – 10 February 1859) was a merchant and politician in colonial Victoria, a member of the Victorian Legislative Council.

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Early life

Cruikshank was born near Edinburgh, Scotland, the son of Alexander Cruikshank and Catherine, nee Dick. He emigrated around 1841.

Colonial Australia

Cruikshank arrived in Melbourne c. 1841 and invested in pastoral properties. Cruikshank was president of the Melbourne Chamber of Commerce 1854 to 1856. In November 1856 Cruikshank was elected to the Victorian Legislative Council for Western Province Cruikshank was a member of the Council until resigning in March 1858. He was chairman of directors of the National Bank in 1858; as director, he was involved in a Supreme Court case in December 1858.

Cruikshank had married Ann Elizabeth Rickards, there were no children.

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Andrew Cruikshank Wikipedia


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