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Frederick William Frankland

Frederick William Frankland, British insurance commissioner. Fellow Institute Actuaries Great Britain and Ireland, Actuarial Society America, American Mathematics Society, American Association for the Advancement of Science Traveled, 1903 and 1910, during latter year arranging with American capitalists for purchase of large lumber interests in New Zealand, and with English capitalists for purchase of water powers.

Background

  • Frankland, Frederick William was born on April 18, 1854 in Manchester, England. Son of late Sir Edward (Kansas City.B.), and Sophie Jeannette Christiana (Fick) F.

  • Education

    • Attended University of London, 1870.

    Career

    • Entered New Zealand civil service, 1876. Government insurance commissioner, 1889. Delegate from New Zealand Government to International Congress of Hygiene and Demography, 1891.

      Later associate actuary New York Life Insurance Company. Retired and appointed justice of the peace in New Zealand, 1907.

    Membership

    Fellow Institute Actuaries Great Britain and Ireland, Actuarial Society America, American Mathematics Society, American Association for the Advancement of Science Traveled, 1903 and 1910, during latter year arranging with American capitalists for purchase of large lumber interests in New Zealand, and with English capitalists for purchase of water powers.

    Connections

    • Married Miriam Symons, of Foxton, New Zealand, April.
    • spouse: Miriam Symons
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    Born April 18, 1854
    Died July 24, 1916
    (aged 62)
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