John Patrick Fuller died in London on April 21st, 1913.

For the ten years from 1890 onwards he was occupied in gold mining in New Zealand, during which period he was, for the most part, engaged in milling in various capacities; but for two years he was employed in underground work. He obtained the Battery Superintendent’s Certificate of the New Zealand Government. From 1900 to 1912 Mr. Fuller was engaged in gold mining in Sumatra, at first with the Redjang Lebong Company, afterwards with the Simau Company. Towards the end of 1912 he spent a short time in Rhodesia, and came to London early in 1913.

Mr. Fuller was elected an Associate of the Institution in 1903.

Vol. 23, Trans IMM 1913-4, p.523

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