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Thomas Fisher (Wigan Surgeon, late 1800s)

Started by: brian (838)

Interesting one this... Or at least I thought it was.

Around 2-3 years ago I was asked to look up an obituary of Thomas Fisher, a Wigan surgeon, King St, who died in 1885. (BTW, to the person that asked, please email me).

I found the obituary in the Wigan Observer and typed it in. Turns out the Thomas Fisher died at Haseley Manor in Warwickshire - a magnificent place (think Haigh Hall, but bigger)

Just found a brief history of Haseley Manor here:
Haseley Manor

It was owned by Alfred Hewlett - a Wigan coal merchant, MP and freeman of the borough!

Now I'm wondering what is the connection here? Did they share the place? Did Alfred Hewlett rent it out? etc etc..

Started: 5th Jan 2007 at 23:28

Posted by: brian (838)

Something else has just clicked.....

Hewlett Street, Wigan.

Replied: 5th Jan 2007 at 23:33

 

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