Caroline Fisgard

( - before 4 November 1861)
     Caroline Fisgard married Rev Henry Gamble in 1854 in Hove, Sussex.
     Caroline died before 4 November 1861 in Clifton, Derbyshire. She was buried on 4 November 1861.

Elizabeth Fish

(before 1640 - )
     Elizabeth Fish was born before 1640.
Elizabeth Fish married Francis Bullett, son of Francis Bullett and Alice Unknown, on 28 May 1656 in St Mary, Woodbridge, Suffolk.

Children of Elizabeth Fish and Francis Bullett

Geoffrey Thomas Fishburn

(29 June 1965 - September 1988)
     Geoffrey Thomas Fishburn was born on 29 June 1965. He was the son of Thomas Fishburn.
     Geoffrey died of mesathelioma in September 1988 aged 23.

Thomas Fishburn

( - circa 1978)
     Thomas died circa 1978.

Child of Thomas Fishburn

Ann Fisher

     Ann Fisher married Thomas Noble, son of Thomas Noble and Mary Duffield, on 20 September 1774 in Bresssingham. He made his mark, but she could sign.      
Ann Fisher claimed settlement at Bressingham on 30 December 1775 from Coney Weston, Suffolk.

Ann Clara Fisher

(circa 1834 - )
     Ann Clara Fisher was born circa 1834 in London.
Ann Clara Fisher married Jesse Cowley, son of Unknown Cowley, in 1858 in Sydney, New South Wales.

Child of Ann Clara Fisher and Jesse Cowley

Arthur Fisher

(1855 - )
     Arthur Fisher was born in 1855.
The marriage of Arthur Fisher and Susan Ruddock, daughter of William Ruddock and Sophia Austin, was registered in Stow RD, Suffolk, in the December 1875 quarter.

Children of Arthur Fisher and Susan Ruddock

Caroline Fisher

(circa 1821 - )
     Caroline Fisher was also known as Catherine in records. She was born circa 1821 in Bildeston, Suffolk.
Caroline Fisher married Henry Squirrell, son of Robert Squirrell and Elizabeth Fisher.
     Caroline Fisher and Henry Squirrell were recorded on the 1861 census in Squirrell's Rd, Drinkstone. Henry Squirrell, head, aged 52, agricultural labourer, born at Drinkstone, with his wife Catherine aged 40, laundress, born Bilderstone, and Maria their daughter aged 14 born at Woolpit.

Child of Caroline Fisher and Henry Squirrell

Catherine Fisher

     Catherine Fisher married Thomas Handcock as his third wife.
     In Thomas Handcock's will dated 13 May 1725, Catherine Fisher was named as executrix of the estate; Will of Thomas Handcock of Twyford, Westmeath - charges all his estate in Ireland except the mansion house & lands of Twyford & Coolock? in co. Westmeath with some of £160 pa.a. for his wife Katherine, as by power reserved to him by his son William Handcock's settlement. Bequeaths to his wife all arrears of any annuity due or becomiing due from executors of his son William Handcock, or from Richard Geering & Gustavus Handcock, esq. All goods and other possessions to his wife and she to be the sole executor, 13 May 1725. Wintessed by W Moreton, Patrick Russell, Bart Connor. She was an executor of Thomas Handcock's estate on 19 November 1726 in the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Cecil Wyan Fisher

Daphne Florence Fisher

(25 March 1911 - 14 June 1946)
     Daphne Florence Fisher was born on 25 March 1911 in Northwold, Norfolk. She was the daughter of William Michael Fisher and Lavinia Alice Bennington. Daphne was a headmistress from 1934 to 1938, Stowlangtoft, Suffolk.
Daphne Florence Fisher married Alec Harold Hazelwood on 23 February 1938 in Bardwell, Suffolk.
     Daphne died on 14 June 1946 in Thurston, Suffolk, aged 35. She was buried in Drinkstone, Suffolk.

Children of Daphne Florence Fisher and Alec Harold Hazelwood

Douglas William Fisher

(20 June 1908 - 30 December 1998)
     Douglas William Fisher was born on 20 June 1908 in Northwold, Norfolk. He was the son of William Michael Fisher and Lavinia Alice Bennington.
Douglas William Fisher married Eileen Mcauley Vickery on 26 November 1939.
     Douglas died on 30 December 1998 in Hinchingbrook Hospital?, Cambridgeshire, England, aged 90. (Pneumonia).

Elizabeth Fisher

(circa 1800? - )
     Elizabeth Fisher was born circa 1800? In Hessett, Suffolk.
Elizabeth Fisher married William Bullett, son of John Bullett and Elizabeth Dykes, on 22 November 1821 in Hessett, Suffolk.
She possibly married Henry Lambard 6 Dec 1832 at Pakenham, both were widowed.

Children of Elizabeth Fisher and William Bullett

Elizabeth Fisher

(circa 1789 - )
     Elizabeth Fisher was born circa 1789 in Hitcham, Suffolk.
Elizabeth Fisher married Robert Squirrell.
     Elizabeth Fisher and Robert Squirrell were recorded on the 1851 census in Drinkstone. Robert Squirrell, 60, pauper ag lab., Elizabeth aged 62, his wife, both born at Hitcham, Harriett unmarried, 24, pauper, Eliza Squirrell, grand daughter aged 9, scholar, both born at Drinkstone. Their son Shadrach and his family were next door.
     Elizabeth Fisher and Robert Squirrell were recorded on the 1861 census in Church Green, Drinkstone, Suffolk. Robert Squirrell, head, aged 70, agricultural labourer - pauper, born at Hitcham with his wife Elizabeth aged 72, born Hitcham and their daughter Harriett aged 34, pauper, born at Drinkstone.

Children of Elizabeth Fisher and Robert Squirrell

Ernest Mark Fisher

(4 August 1886 - )
     Ernest Mark Fisher was born on 4 August 1886 in Woolpit, Suffolk. He was the son of Arthur Fisher and Susan Ruddock. Ernest Mark Fisher was christened on 4 January 1888 in Woolpit.

Mary Fisher

(before April 1807 - before 2 July 1863)
     Mary Fisher was born before April 1807 in Needham Market, Suffolk.
     Mary Fisher married Thomas Cocksedge as his second wife, on 30 August 1830 in Beyton, Suffolk. He was a widower at this marriage.
     Mary Fisher and Henry Cocksedge were recorded on the 1861 census in 1 Albert Row, Bury St Edmunds. Mary was a widowed laundress aged 52, born Needham Mkt?, with her son Henry 16, a baker, born London, Mdx and a visitor Elizabeth Manning born Hengrave.
     Mary died before 2 July 1863 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. She was buried on 2 July 1863 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds.

Children of Mary Fisher and Thomas Cocksedge

Mary Elizabeth Fisher

(before 1860 - 2 June 1922)
     Mary Elizabeth Fisher was also known as Elizabeth in records. Mary Elizabeth Fisher was also known as Bessie in records. She was born before 1860 in Ilsley West, Berkshire, England.
Mary Elizabeth Fisher married Frederick Cocksedge, son of William Cocksedge and Maria Wallaker, on 2 May 1873 in Yarram, Victoria, Australia.
Mary Elizabeth Cocksedge married Michael Sweeney as her second husband, in 1880 in Victoria..
     Mary died on 2 June 1922 in Yarram.

Children of Mary Elizabeth Fisher and Frederick Cocksedge

Children of Mary Elizabeth Fisher and Michael Sweeney

Philip Arthur Fisher

(8 April 1923 - before 30 June 1923)
     Philip Arthur Fisher was born on 8 April 1923 in Northwold, Norfolk. He was the son of William Michael Fisher and Lavinia Alice Bennington.
     Philip died before 30 June 1923 in Northwold, Norfolk.

Reginald Bennington Fisher

(27 June 1913 - )
     Reginald Bennington Fisher was born on 27 June 1913 in Northwold, Norfolk. He was the son of William Michael Fisher and Lavinia Alice Bennington.
Reginald Bennington Fisher married Audrey May Clare circa 1934.

Theodora Melinda Fisher

(1897 - )
     Theodora was nick-named Dot. She was born in 1897.
Theodora Melinda Fisher married Leonard Coulthard, son of Thomas Henry Coulthard and Alice Maria Cocksedge.
     Theodora and Leonard were registered at 19 Buckley St, Yarram, on the 1972 electoral roll.

Child of Theodora Melinda Fisher and Leonard Coulthard

William Michael Fisher

(26 November 1878 - 25 October 1958)
     William Michael Fisher was commonly known as Mike. He was born on 26 November 1878 in Woolpit, Suffolk. He was the son of Arthur Fisher and Susan Ruddock. William Michael Fisher was christened in January 1882 in Woolpit, Suffolk.
     William was educated at Woolpit. The local school.
William Michael Fisher married Lavinia Alice Bennington, daughter of Philip Bennington and Alice Eliza Bennett, on 12 June 1905 in Drinkstone, Suffolk. William was a grocer from 1908 to 1946, in Northwold, Norfolk & Bardwell, Suffolk.
     William resided at the Stores, Quaker Lane, Bardwell, Suffolk, from 1934 to 1946.
     William died on 25 October 1958 in Kings Lynn, Norfolk, aged 79. He was buried after 25 October 1958 in Drinkstone, Suffolk.

Children of William Michael Fisher and Lavinia Alice Bennington

Frances Fishewick

     Frances Fishewick married Bushe Cotton, son of Adam Cotton, on 16 June 1625 in Withern, Lincolnshire.

Children of Frances Fishewick and Bushe Cotton

Herbert Fitches?

(circa 1870 - )
     Herbert Fitches? was born circa 1870.
Herbert Fitches? married Sarah Ann Bullett, daughter of Charles Bullett and Mary Ann Cocksedge, on 8 January 1899 in Hessett, Suffolk.

Alan Fitz Flaald de Hesdin

( - circa 1122)
      He was Sheriff of Shropshire, Baron of Oswestry.. Alan Fitz Flaald de Hesdin was the son of Flaald Seneschal of Dol and Aveline.
Alan Fitz Flaald de Hesdin married Adeliza Warine.
     Alan died circa 1122.

Child of Alan Fitz Flaald de Hesdin and Adeliza Warine

Ralph fitz Olaf

( - before 1159?)
      Insula means in Latin "Lille". Olivier Meert states: "de l'ISLE" or "de INSULA" is to be found in Lille (Northern-France-French Flanders - it was the capital of Flanders).The first viscount of Lille was SASWALO in 1039-47. His grandson was Roger father of Robert.
     Ralph was steward to the Prior of Ely/Chamberlain to the Bishop of Ely.
Ralph fitz Olaf married Daughter,, daughter of Robert the Chamberlain. She brought a moiety of the smaller manor of Wilbraham in marriage. She may have been the sister of Robert.
There is no direct statement that Ralph married a daughter of Robert, the Chamberlain of the earl of Richmond, but the conclusion is derived from the evidence of Henry II's confirmation charter that his wife brought with her a moiety of the smaller manor of Wilbraham, and a garbled account given in 1279 from a Hundred Roll entry abstracted by Farrer in Feudal Cambridgeshire, p.122/123, as follows: "An unknown King of England held (the vill of) Great Wilburham in his own hands and gave one moiety thereof to Nele de Chaunberlein with the advowson of the church; the said Nele gave a moiety of his moiety to one Robert de (Insu)la with one of his daughters, which tenement Robert de Insula now holds, namely 200 a., of the honor of Richmond after Nele's death 100 a. descended hereditarily to his 5 daughters, of which Edmund de Sardelowe holds 90a. for the term of his life of John de Lovetot, who held of the honor of Brittany; R.Hund. II 490 b"
The pipe rolls record Ralph the Steward holding 20 librates of land in Wilbraham in 1156, then Ralph son of Olaf holding 16 in 1157, and 12 in 1158. There is no mention of Ralph after this date. It is likely that Ralph Olaf is the same person as Ralph the Steward.
The following are charters extracted from British Library Cotton MS Claudius C xi. The first gives evidence for the hereditary gift to Ralph, steward of the prior of Ely of the isle of Coveney (from which the surname Insula likely derived) to be held for 5 shillings yearly [1]. In the charters concerning Alexander prior of Ely, Ralph is termed a steward not a chamberlain.
[using foliation at bottom right]
f. 338v
Alexander Prior & totus Conuuentus Elien' ecc'ie ... Nouerit ... nos donasse & presenti carta concessisse Radulpho dapifero n'ro & amico insulam de Coueneya ... de nobis tenend' p[er] seruiciu' quinque solid' annuatim ...
sibi & heredibus suis post ip'm ...
Bishop Nigel gave various messuages [in Ely] to Ralph, his chamberlain.
f. 339
[Bishop Nigel] ... dedisee & concessisse Rad'ho camerario meo
[the messuage that was of Goscelin, the messuage that was of Godard, and the other men and messuages as above]
[Witnesses:] Will'mo Arch' Ric'o de Sc'o Paulo Petro & Alex' cl'icus Alex' Pinc' Harnico P'eg' Albto Anglico Jordano de Heneget' Paiano cl'ico
In the following charter, Ralph's land acquisitions are confirmed by Henry II. They include Northwald, Norfolk and Nedging, Suffolk representing 3 knights' fees given to him by bishop Nigel, Rampton, Cambs., Barford[2], Hinton [3] (inherited from Ralph's uncle Alan), Westwick, Cambs., lands in Wilbraham, Cambs., which he received with his wife in marriage, and messuages in Ely. These lands formed the nucleus of the L'Isle estate and feature in later inquisitions post mortem.
f. 340
Henricus Rex anglie dux Normannie & Acquit' & Comes And' ... Sciatis me concessisse & hac carta mea confirmasse Radulf' Camerario Nigelli Elien' Ep'i & h'edibus suis om'es t'r' suas .. quas carte duorum suorum ei testant' vid' Norwaldam & Neddynge quas Nigellus Elien' Ep'us dedit ei ... per s'uiciu' triu' militu' sicut carta eiusd' Ep'i testa' & carta conuentus Elien' confirmat' & Rantun' per s'uiciu' vnius militis quod dedit ei Eustachius Picot pro s'uicio suo & pro pecunia sua & Berford per s'uiciu' dimid' militis faciend' Willm'o filio Alani & hidam de Hentun' quam Alanus auu'culus eius tenebat & Westwich' t'ram que fuit Anschetilli vauassoris & t'r' de Wilburgeh m quas cepit cu' vxore sua in maritagio & quinque mesuag' in villa de Ely unu' quod Goscel' de Ely dedit ei & quatuor alia que ip'e Ep'us dedit T. Reni Com Corn' & R Com Legr' & H Com' Norff & H de Essex const & War' fil' Ger' Cam'ar' apud Westm'"

Chris Phillips has fixed the date of this confirmation charter to 1154, i.e. the beginning of Henry II's reign, to 1158, when Warin fitz Gerold was succeeded as Chamberlain by his brother Henry.
In the following charter prior Alexander confirms the gift of the Isle of Coveney to Robert son of Ralph the steward
f. 338v
Alexander Prior & totus conuentus Elien' ecc'ie ... Nouerit ... nos donasse & presenti carta concessisse Roberto filio Radulphi dapiferi Insulam de Coueneya sicut eam prius dedimus Radulpho patri suo ...
Likewise in the following charter bishop Nigel confirms lands he has given to Robert, son of Ralph his chamberlain - namely the manor of Nedging, Norfolk for two knights' fees, the Isle of Coveney, the manor of Northwold, Norfolk for one knight's fee, and various messuages in Ely for the annual rent of a pound.

f. 339
Nigellus dei gr'a Elien' Ep'us ... Notum sit ... me dedisse & p'sentis sc'pti pagina roborasse Rob'to filio Rad'i Cam'ar' mei tota' t'ram et tenura' p'ris sui ... que p'ri suo donauimus he'ditario iure tenend' videl't man'ium Neddynge ... p' s'uic' duorum militu' ... Insula' de Coueneya ... man'iu' de Northwolda ... p' s'uic' unius militis ... mesugiu' quod fuit Goscelini de Ely in villa de Ely sicut idem Goscelinus & Agnes uxor eius dederunt illud in vita sua Rad'hp pat' suo ... mesugium quod fuit Godardi Carpentar' & Radm' Saluar[iii]'[?] & mesuagiu' eius Leoffonu' quoque piscatorem & Sithtricu' de Newenham cum mesuag' ipsorum
Hec igit' mesugia p'fata cum ho'ibus ... damus & concedium ei ... pro una libra prp'is annatim reddenda ...
[Witnesses:] Alexander prior Elien Will's Arch'us Ricardus Thesaurarius Regis Angl' Ric'us de S'co Paulo Alexander cl'icus Hub'tus clericus Will's cl'icus Albtus Angl' & Adam filius eius Eu'ardus de Beche & Robtus filius eius Albericus Pigot Gregorius filius eius Hugo de Cotenham Jordanus de Henegeton' et Horaldus filius eius Michael p'eg'nus Ric'us Morel Rad'us filius Ric'i Ric'us Basset Willm's filius Turk' Nich'us Janitor & Petrus filius eius & Salamon Aurifaber
Chris concludes that the bishop's confirmation to Robert fitz Ralph follows shortly after Ralph's death around 1158/59, "[CP- the confirmation charter by the bishop for Robert son of Ralph, comes after Richard became treasurer but before [archdeacon] William's death, say 1158-1160. So if Ralph was still alive in late 1158 (pipe roll), we can narrow the date of his death down to a year or two after that on the evidence of the charters. If so, surely the end of his tenure in Wilbraham came at his death, so he would have died 1158-1159]".
From the continuation of the land holding of the Isle of Coveney Ralph, serving prior Alexander as a steward, and bishop Nigel as a chamberlain, is clearly the same person - whether simultaneously or consecutively in these capacities, it's not apparent.
In 1066 and 1086 the larger of two manors in Great Wilbraham was that belonging from of old to the king. It apparently remained part of the royal demesne until the 1150s, when it was divided into two unequal parts, the smaller alienated from the 1150s. The larger part, later TEMPLE manor, then valued at £12 out of a total of £20, was held 1155-8 by Ralph son of Olaf. Thereafter, reckoned worth £15, it was retained by the king until c. 1189, when it was given, allegedly by Henry II, to Hugh de Malalney.
The pipe rolls record Ralph the Steward holding 20 librates of land in Wilbraham in 1156, then Ralph son of Olaf holding 16 in 1157, and 12 in 1158. There is no mention of Ralph after this date. It is likely that Ralph Olaf is the same person as Ralph the Steward.
The other manors in Great Wilbraham derived from 4 hides held of the honor of Richmond. They had belonged in 1066 to Eddeva the fair and by 1086 were held of Count Alan, lord of Richmond, by his chamberlain Eudes. Robert the chamberlain, probably Eudes's son...Probably by 1155 Robert had given half of his Wilbraham manor with a kinswoman in marriage to Ralph son of Olaf. Ralph was steward and chamberlain to Nigel, bishop of Ely; his daughter, supposedly named Beatrice, married Robert de Lisle. Robert or his son Robert was sheriff of Cambridgeshire 1198-1201. The son had the estate in 1207 and survived into the 1220s.
Eustace Picot granted 1 knight's fee at Rampton before c. 1156 to Ralph, chamberlain of Bishop Niel of Ely and ancestor of the Lisles.
     Ralph died before 1159?.

Child of Ralph fitz Olaf and Daughter,,

Robert fitz Ralph

( - before 1206)
     Robert fitz Ralph was the son of Ralph fitz Ribald and Agatha Brus.
Of Middleham, co. York; ~ also known as Robert fitz Ranulf

Spouse: Hawise de Glanville who died 1 Mar 1194[29]
Father: Ranulf de Glanville, Justiciar of England (~1120-<1190)
Mother: Bertha de Valoins

Children: Waleran (ca1170-<1206)
Ralph (-<1206)
Ranulf (<1186-<1252)
     Robert died before 1206.

Ralph fitz Ribald

     Ralph fitz Ribald married Agatha Brus, daughter of Robert de Brus Lord of Annandale and Agnes de Paganell. He was of Middleham in Richmondshire, co. Yorks. Son of Ribald of Brittany, lord of Middleham (-1121) & Beatrice Taillebois (-1112).

Child of Ralph fitz Ribald and Agatha Brus

Alice FitzAlan de Arundell

     Alice FitzAlan de Arundell married Sir Leonard Carew, son of John Carew Lord of Moulesford and Margaret Mohun. Alice FitzAlan de Arundell was the daughter of Sir Edward FitzAlan de Arundell.

Child of Alice FitzAlan de Arundell and Sir Leonard Carew

Sir Edward FitzAlan de Arundell

Child of Sir Edward FitzAlan de Arundell

William Fitzalan or Fitzwilliam

(circa 1155 - circa 1212)
     William Fitzalan or Fitzwilliam was born circa 1155. He was the son of William Fitzalan and Isabel de Say.
William Fitzalan or Fitzwilliam married Agnes de Lacy.
Baron of Oswestry, Sheriff of Shropshire.
     William died circa 1212. Rosie Bevan on the mailing list wrote: It seems to me that Sanders bases the date of death, of William II in 1212/3 on the Testa de Nevill return by the sheriff of Shropshire in 1212. In this return the first entry is of William Fitzalan who is described as holding "in capite de domino Rege per baroniam". This indicates that the attributed date of death of 1210 is incorrect.
That being so, the assumption that because the barony of Oswestry was in manum regis, the heir was a minor, does not follow for William III was offering relief of 10,000 marks in August 1212 immediately after his father's death. What seems to have happened was that the barony was being held by the king until relief (or guarantee of one) had been paid. It appears that William III may have been seised of part of the lands and died after June 1213 when he is mentioned as having contracted the fine. The extraordinary amount of the relief indicates that King John did not trust FitzAlan and was ensuring his continual indebtedness as a guarantee of compliance, so that he could keep most of the barony under his own control. William III must have died between June and November of 1213 which was when the estates ended up in the king's hands again.
Thomas Erdington, (former sheriff of Shropshire in 1208) paid a colossal 5000 marks for the custody of the FitzAlan estate on the death of William III. He may have been intent on safeguarding the interests of his grandchildren who appear to have been teenagers, for John II came of age in 1244 meaning that he was fathered in 1223 by John I, six years after the death of his brother William IV in 1217. Looking at the economics of the situation, it seems to me that there was not a long period of minority and that payment of such a high amount for the custody, did not appear to be a particularly good bargain. This would indicate that personal interest was at stake not financial reward.
As Chris Philips has commented, Sanders' chrononology is entirely feasible, and going by the above version, I would suggest something along these lines.
William I died in 1160
William II b c 1155- 1212 aged about 57
William III b.c.1175-1213 aged about 38
William IV b. c 1200 - 1215 s.p. -17 aged about 15-17

Children of William Fitzalan or Fitzwilliam and Agnes de Lacy