12 January 1854: A Correct List of the Poll, at the Election of a Knight of the Shire, for the Eastern Division of the County of Gloucester. Avening Polling District: Parish of Avening. Abode: Wotton-under-Edge: Henry Hayward Fisher [duplicate in Parish of Minchinhampton, Minchinhampton Polling District]. Parish of Tetbury: Abode: Tetbury: William Fisher. Campden Polling District: Parish of Childswickham: Abode: Hillborough, Warwickshire: William Fisher. Parish of Quinton: Abode: Upper Quinton: William Fisher. Cheltenham Polling District: Parish of Cheltenham: Abode: Alstone: Thomas Fisher (2) (duplicates); Abode: Cheltenham: William Fisher; Abode: Montpellier Villas, Cheltenham: William Fisher; Abode: 299 High Street: Samuel Wood Fisher; Abode: Park Street, Worcester: Frederick Fisher.
27 October 1866: The Register of Electors to Vote in the Choice of a Member or Members to Serve in Parliament, for the City of Gloucester, for 1866-7. Occupiers of houses in the parish of St Mary de Crypt: Frederick William Fisher for a house in Westgate Street.
7 April 1879: Deserter from the Lancashire Militia — absent from training: John Fisher, [Reg. No:] 2580, Lancashire Militia; [born:] Manchester; [trade] fitter; [age] 23; [size:] 5[ft] 8[in]; [hair:] brown; [eyes:] grey; [face:] fresh; [coat & trousers:] —; [date of desertion:] 17 March 1879 [at] Lancaster; [marks & remarks:] pockpitted
18 March 1880: Bill of sale by Thomas Fisher, Charlotte Street, Sealand, Chester, provision and milk dealer, in favour of Public Loan, &c., Co.; and a bill of sale by John Berryman, 45 Adelaide Street, Penzance, lodging house keeper, in favour of Leon Fisher; and a bill of sale by John Clemo, 7 Wellington Place, and Basset Street, Camborne, Cornwall, bus proprietor, in favour of Leon Fisher; and a bill of sale by Charlotte Johns and Mary Rowlands, of 100 Market Jew Street, Penzance, greengrocers, in favour of Leon Fisher; and a bill of sale by John Osborne, The Grumbler, Sancreed, farmer, in favour of Leon Fisher; and a bill of sale by Dinah Northcote Palmer, 25 Queen Street, Penzance, widow, in favour of Leon Fisher; and a bill of sale by John Rich, Coomb’s-lane, Truro, mariner, in favour of Leon Fisher; and a bill of sale by Matthew Rodda, Chyandour, Penzance, grocer, in favour of Leon Fisher; and a bill of sale by Thomas Waters, 32 Bosvigo Lane, Truro, slaughterman, in favour of Leon Fisher; and a bill of sale by James Cuming, 6 Devonshire Cottages, Plymouth, waterproof maker, in favour of Leon Fisher
25 March 1880: Bill of sale by Thomas Barnes, Newlyn, Paull, farmer and carrier, in favour of Leon Fisher; and a bill of sale by Richard Henry Johns, Trungle St Paul’s, Cornwall, general dealer, in favour of Leon Fisher; and a bill of sale by William May, Trenant Cross, Duloe, near Liskeard, Cornwall, farmer and carrier, in favour of Leon Fisher; and a bill of sale by Thomas Pheaby, Higher Trenewin, Ludgvan, Cornwall, farmer and carrier, in favour of Leon Fisher; and a bill of sale by John Thomas, Stills Court, Church Street, Falmouth, fish dealer, in favour of Leon Fisher; and a bill of sale by Henry Bowchier, 22 Bedford Street, Ford, near Devonport, labourer, in favour of Leon Fisher; and a bill of sale by Thomas Hill, 9 North Road, Plymouth, labourer, in favour of Leon Fisher; and a bill of sale by William Rowe, 33 Neswick Street, Plymouth, carrier, in favour of Leon Fisher; and a bill of sale by James White and William Madge, 60 Cecil Street, Plymouth, bootmakers, in favour of Leon Fisher; and a bill of sale by Edward Fisher, Green Lane, Walsall (about to remove to 53 Stafford Street, Walsall), butcher, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others; and a bill of sale by William Fisher, 33 Baker Street, Wolverhampton, whitesmith, in favour of Marcus Gordon and others
January 1896: St Matthew’s Church, Higher Audley, Blackburn, Curacy Fund: from 1 February to 31 December 1895. Parochial Subscriptions. 5s each: Mr Blackshaw, Misses Almond, Mr Clarkson, Rev. G. Coe, Mrs Shorrock, Mrs Holden (Ripon Street), Mr Brennand, Mr Gillibrand, Mrs Green, Dr Howard, Mr Brierley, Mr J. Carter; 4s each: Mr T. Brindle, Misses Ashton (Audley Range), Misses Sanderson, Mrs Clayton; 3s each: Mrs Greenslade, Misses Walmsley; 2s 6d each: Mrs Smith, Miss Anelay, Mrs Andrews, Mrs Prescott, Mr Hobkirk, Mrs Dewhurst, Mr T. Haworth, Mr Calderbank, Miss Smithson, Miss A. A. Shorrock, Miss E. Cook, Miss Sowerbutts, Mr James Singleton, Mr Richard Ashton, Mrs Haworth (65 Audley Range), Mr Wright, Mrs Westall, Mrs Isherwood, Mr Richmond, Miss A. Morris, Mr Shaw, Mrs Houghton, Mrs Grime, Mrs Gardner, Mrs Dearden, Miss Gill, Mr Bell, Mrs Singleton, Mr Lawson, Mr G. Halliwell, Mr R. Entwistle, Mr Norris, Mr Clemson, Mr Turner, Mrs Astley, Mrs Hammond, Mr Winckley (Higher Audley Street), Mr Pashley, Miss Fisher, Mr A. Harwood, Mrs Haworth (Higher Audley Street), Mr Bury, Mr Sandham, Mrs Haworth (Walter Street), Mr W. Hardman, Mr Cross, Mr B. Walsh, Mrs Halliwell, Miss Astley and Miss Lucas. Total – £10 7s.
29 January 1904: Chess. The undecided game between Sir Walter Parratt and Professor Fisher in the match Windsor v. Egham reported in our last issue has been adjudicated a win for Sir Walter making the full score 7 to 2 in Windsor’s favor. The following incident was recorded in “Tit Bits”, last week – ‘Many good stories are told of Sir Walter Parratt, the Master of the King’s Music. Here is one illustrative of his extraordinary memory. Some eight or ten men were assembled one evening in one of the lodgings attached to St Michael’s College, Tenbury. Sir Walter Parratt and Herr von Holst played in turn upon the piano such music as was asked for. This went on for some time, until at last the chess-board was brought out. Sir Walter then proposed to play two men at chess in consultation, still remaining at the piano and playing from memory what was demanded, either from Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Chopin, or Mendelssohn. Without even a glance at the chess-board he won the game in an hour.’
5 August 1920[?]: Postcard to C. E. Grimes, Esq., 29 Blenheim Road, London N.W.8: ‘Fri. Another splendid day – in fact, in the after. we thought a heat wave had arrived. We motored to Sedbergh & then had a splendid walk. After the children were all in bed Mr & Mrs Fisher Sec., Miss L. & I went down to the river to see the moon. Only had a fleeting glimpse – but it was great fun. Going to seaside this morn. M.’
1 April 1931: Urban council elections: Arnold: candidates: C. W. Judge, S. Spencer, Edith H. Mountain, G. Bowley, S. Dove, G. Hartshorn, C. H. Saxton, J. Wardle, S. Hammond, T. Leivers, W. Clay, T. Sturton, S. Barnett, F. Needham, Sybil Fisher (elected). Not elected: R. L. Wright, A. E. Flowers, W. Askew, J. Hopkinson, F. Funge, T. Nix, F. Lee, J. Ball, A. S. Rigley, W. P. Henshaw, A. Jackson, A. Chisholm, Agnes Bartram, H. Harris, J. Clay, H. J. Cast, T. H. Leivers, H. Tinkler, H. J. Ironside, E. Fretter, E. Mapletoft, A. Casterton, C. E. Barlow, G. W. Bee, H. Lynham, W. Lester, E. Price, H. Miller, J. W. Taylor, W. Dobson, H. J. Payne, J. Stone.
17 May 1945: Next Week’s Calls. F. J. Butterworth Theatres. Aston Hippodrome (R. 11.30) – Buckingham and Wingrove’s (in association with Frank Pope) “In Civvies Again”. Al Heath, Sylvia Deane, Ernie Payne, Pat Joyce, Rene Horrox, Billy Bartholomew, Wendy Raye, Sherman Fisher Girls, &c.
c1955: Postcard to Miss Fisher, Low Moorgate, Kirby in Lonsdale: ‘The Lakes & Scotland were lovely. Sadly we are on our way home – we got as far North as Loch Lomond. The children are all well & send love. hope you are having a good holiday – I’ll write when I get home & say thank you for my birthday present Mary’
19 August 1958: Postcard to Miss H. M. Fisher, Low Moorgate, Kirby Lonsdale, Carnforth, Lancashire: ‘We are staying at Scarbro for a few day (Harold included) the weather is fairly good. I found your white cardigan just before we left, but forgot it bring it. Will send it when we get home. love Eileen’
15 April 1953: County court judgment against Mr S. J. Fisher, Coed-y-Moeth, Markham
15 April 1953: Bill of sale by Philip Benjamin Fisher, 64 Troutsdale Grove, Southcoates Lane, Hull, sales representative; in favour of Burnet & Loveridge
January 1957: Member of the Amateur Fencing Association: C. R. Fisher
4 October 1963: Hedworth Fisher, bass, Covent Garden Opera Chorus
26 June 1971: Up’n Comers Handicap Race riders: Will Fisher
25 May 1979: D. J. Fisher, prizewinner, Sutton Valence School
4 October 1963, Sylvia Fisher, artist, Covent Garden Opera