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Thomas Fish
died after 1762
Ann
died after 1762
Christopher Fysh
circa 1742-1822
Jane Smith
1735-1806
Hewitt Fysh 1
of Camberwell 2
born circa 1767 3
died 1811
buried 19 April 1811, Meeting House, Maze Pond, Southwark 4
Notes:
he was named as one of the executors in the will of Francis Fysh,
tailor of Lynn, dated 1808.

According to JPG Fysh he was, by 1792, already a junior partner in
Beddome, Fysh & Co., drapers in Fenchurch Street, London.

(info: Goodbye Norfolk, I must leave you, by JPG and AVGA Fysh,
an article in the Norfolk Ancestor, Vol 3, part 7, December 1984.
No sources or references are provided for any of the statements
in this article)

A note in the Maze Pond Baptist Chapel records states that he was
elected a deacon on 7th July 1800.

(Source: Fysh collection of the research of JPG Fysh,
in the Norfolk Family History Society's library in Norwich)

The couple are said to have had four children, two of whom died in
infancy.

(Source: The Memorandum Book of the Rev. C.F. Chase,
as transcribed in Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica New Series
Vol 2 page 158 (1877), brought to my attention by Laurence Chase)

In his will (PCC, prob 11/1525) dated 15th July 1807 he leaves a life
interest in 1400 to his father, Christopher Fysh, and after his, the
father's, death, to any posthumous child which may be born to his
wife. If none, the amount to be divided between his nephew and
niece, Hewitt Fysh Turner and his sister Harriet Turner when they
attain the age of 21 years or at marriage for the latter.

He also mentions Mr Smith, his uncle, executor, and his wife's uncle,
Mr J[ohn] Neale.

married (1) 26 January 1793 at Cirencester, Gloucester, England 5

Mary Wilkins
born circa 1756
died 1804
buried 15 March 1804, Meeting House, Maze Pond, Southwark 6
letters of administration granted March 1818, to Jane Beddome, widow, the natural and lawful sister


married (2) 27 January 1806 at Saint Giles, Camberwell, Surrey, England

Elizabeth Ann Chase
1786-1832


Frederick
b.1807

Elizabeth Ann
born and died
1808

Harriet
1809 -
1844

children of Hewitt and Elizabeth Ann Fysh

Frederick Fysh 7 born 1807
born 24 November 1807, St Gyles, Camberwell, Surrey 8
baptized 26 July 1826, Saint Michael, Cambridge, Cambridge, England 9
buried 23 September 1880, St Peter, Walgrave, Northamptonshire 10

Notes: He was baptised 7 December 1807 in the Meeting House, Maze
Pond, Southwark and then again as an adult into the Anglican church
on the 26 July 1826 at Saint Michael, Cambridge.

He was admitted a pensioner at Queens College, Cambridge Univesity
on 22 Feb 1828, hatriculated 1828, BA 1832, MA 1835.

He was in Holy Orders and was the author of:
Catechism of the Apocoalypse
A lyrical version fo the Psalms etc.

Between 1840 - 1847 he lived at 2 Duke Street, Bath and in 1856 at
6 Lower Terrace, Torquay.

In the Census of 1861 he was described as being aged 53, a clergyman
with[out] the cure of souls, living at 4 Sion Row, Twickenham, in the
family of his cousin, Samuel Chase, solicitor, of that address. ( I am
indebted for this information to Laurence Chase)

JPG Fysh' statement, in the article mentioned at the end of this note,
that Frederick is listed in the Census of 1861 as being in Waldegrave
aged 68, is thus proved mistaken (as that age might of its own suggest)
but in 1871 he was living as a lodger in Waldgrave. Northamptonshire,
aged 63, a clergyman of the Church of England without cure of souls,
and one wonders equally over his assertion that he later emigrated
to Australia.

Kathleen Christmas in her Fysh family tree chart drawn up in 1983 gives
him a daughter, Jane Fysh, with a son Hewitt Turner, no details or
sources mentioned. This seems most unlikely.

Venn's Alumni Cantabrigiense give his date of death as 1867.

(from: J.A.Venn, Alum Cantab, part 2, vol 2 as transcribed by JPG Fysh
in the Fysh collection in the Norfolk Family History Society's library in
Norwich, and from: Goodbye London I Must Leave You, by
John P. G. Fysh, published in the Norfolk Ancestor December 1984)

Elizabeth Ann Fysh born and died 1808
born 4 October 1808 11
baptized Maze Pond Baptist, Southwark
died October 1808
buried 26 October 1808, Meeting House, Maze Pond, Southwark

Harriet Fysh 1809-1844
born 18 September 1809, St. Gyles, Camberwell 12
baptized 25 November 1832, Fen Stanton, Huntingdon 13
died 27 February 1844 14

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