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Edward Fisher (1826-1888)

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Edward Fisher (1825- ), maker of tinmen's furniture - see Edward Fisher

1826 Baptised in Wolverhampton, son of Edward and Mary Fisher[1]

1851 Mary Fisher 53, lived in 12 Prince's Street, Aston, with her sons Edward Fisher 23, tinman, and William Fisher 18, tinman[2]

1861 Married Charlotte Ann Bailey in Madeley[3]

1863 A tinner, of 176 Sherlock St, on the baptism of his son Edward Henry[4]

1871 Edward Fisher 46, manufacturer, employed 10 men and 4 boys, lived at 175 Sherlock St., with Charlotte A Fisher 35, Edward H Fisher 8, Charlotte A Fisher 7, Benjamin B Fisher 11 Months[5]

1881 Manufacturer of tinsman's furniture, employer, widower, lived in Kings Norton with Charlotte A. Fisher 17, Sydney B. Fisher 8, Lavinia E. Fisher 6[6]

1888 Died in Kings Norton[7]

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Sources of Information

  1. Parish records
  2. 1851 census
  3. BMD
  4. Parish records
  5. 1871 census
  6. 1881 census
  7. BMD