Category:James Hurtle Fisher

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English: Sir James Hurtle Fisher (1790 – 28 January 1875) was a lawyer and prominent South Australian pioneer


James Fisher 
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Australian politician
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Date of birth1 May 1790
Sunbury-on-Thames
Date of death28 January 1875
Adelaide
Country of citizenship
Occupation
Member of
  • Adelaide Club
Member of political party
Position held
  • Member of the South Australian Legislative Council (11 July 1836, 17 October 1838, independent politician, Ad hoc Legislative Councils of South Australia, 1836–1843)
  • Member of the South Australian Legislative Council (6 May 1853, 24 October 1855, independent politician, West Adelaide, Alexander Elder, 1st Legislative Council of South Australia, 2nd Legislative Council of South Australia, South Australian colonial election, 1855, Anthony Forster)
  • Member of the South Australian Legislative Council (25 October 1855, 2 February 1857, independent politician, 2nd Legislative Council of South Australia)
  • Member of the South Australian Legislative Council (9 March 1857, 28 February 1865, 1st Parliament of South Australia, 2nd Parliament of South Australia, independent politician)
  • Mayor of Adelaide (1840, 1842, Thomas Wilson, independent politician)
  • Mayor of Adelaide (1852, 1854, Joseph Hall, independent politician)
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