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Isaac Hillier

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Isaac Hillier (1797-1884) was the son of Thomas Hillier.

1828 Married Maria Playden in 10th July.

1841 Isaac Hillier 48, bacon curer, lived in Horsley, Gloucs., with Maria Hillier 45, Ellen Hillier 3[1]

1865 Isaac Hillier's second marriage was in Stroud, to Susanna King (nee Hogg) (1805-1891) mother of Henry James Hogg King.[2]

1865 Founded Hillier's Bacon Curing Co. Ltd. (Incorporated on 11th March 1865)

1871 Isaac Hillier 73, retired bacon factor, lived in Horsley with Susanna Hillier 65[3]

1886 He died aged 88 on the 4th of July.

His daughter Ellen married Samuel Borton Brown, a Baptist minister. Their daughter, Ida Stanton Brown, married Edward Wathen Fyffe in 1884 in London; Edward was a tea dealer and the founder of Fyffe's Bananas.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. BMD
  3. 1871 census