Richard GULL
(-1790)
Mary ROBINSON
(-1796)
James FISHER
(-1804)
Mary GULL
(1754-)
Luke FISHER
(1795-1880)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Martha WEBSTER

Luke FISHER 2

  • Christened: 18 Jan 1795, St Michael, Thorpe-le-Soken, Essex 3
  • Marriage: Martha WEBSTER on 1 Aug 1819 in St Michael, Kirby-le-Soken, Essex 1
  • Died: 21 Dec 1880, Great Clacton, Essex 4
  • Buried: 27 Dec 1880, St John the Baptist, Great Clacton, Essex 5
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bullet  Notes:

The younger of two sons, Luke was a farm labourer in Great Clacton and St Osyth. He had one daughter and six sons with his wife Martha Webster (qv). Their daughter Charlotte married Benjamin Clover, a farm labourer who lived in Great Clacton, Little Clacton and Brightlingsea. Their eldest son Mark was a farm labourer in Great Clacton and St Osyth. The next two sons James and Frederick have not been traced after the 1841 Census when they were both living at home in Great Clacton, working as labourers. Next was Benjamin who went to sea and married the daughter of a seaman from Brightlingsea: his family lived in Ipswich, Smithfield and West Ham. Luke and Martha's next son was Stephen (qv), and their youngest son Luke died young.

Additional source:
Census returns

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Luke married Martha WEBSTER on 1 Aug 1819 in St Michael, Kirby-le-Soken, Essex.1 (Martha WEBSTER was born in 1796 in Great Clacton, Essex 6 and died After 1860, Of in St Osyth, Essex 7.)

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Sources


1 Church Register, Kirby-le-Soken, Essex County RO ref D/P 179/1/7.

2 Church Register, Great Clacton, Essex County RO ref D/P 179/1/8 (baptism of son Stephen).

3 Church Register, Thorpe-le-Soken, Essex County RO ref D/P 8/1/1.

4 GRO (England and Wales), Certified Copy of Entry of Death DYD 098889.

5 Church Register, Great Clacton, Essex County RO ref D/P 179/1/16.

6 Census, 1851 Census (microfilm) - HO107/1779 f41 p14.

7 Inference, 1861 Census (microfilm) - RG9/109 f133 p13.


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