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The Fisher Family Ancestors come mainly from England,Scotland,Ireland and France.James Fisher Born
about 1790 In Wiltshire England saw his son Daniel Transported for life to Van Diemans Land,30 years
later due to a death bed confession he was pronounced innocent receiving a pardon from Queen
Victoria... The Caddy line comes from St Hilary and Marazion Cornwall England..From 1760 Alexander
Merrie's Great Grand Father is said to be James Merivale of France he escaped the French Revolution
by boat to Scone in Scotland and the name changed to Merrie. The Watmough/Peacock families arrived
on the "Wallace" from England in 1841.The Watmough's have been traced back to 1560.The Crompton's
back to 1419,with Samuel Crompton the inventor of the "Spinning Mule" a relative,also on the Crompton
Line Is the Gibb family of the Bee Gees Fame.There is a lot of family history in Blackrod in
St Katherine’s Church in Blackrod was the sight of Generations of Births Deaths and Marriages.On my
first visit in 1997 the Minister told me that the Headstones had been laid down and grassed over for
Feared some may fall,only the more notable ones were remounted and can still be seen today.
The Gardner Family can be traced back to1748 in Kincardine Scotland with the Australian Gardners
Arriving in Australia in 1952 aboard the T.S.S.Cameronia. When doing a family tree it is the work of
Countless people from all sides of the family and there are of course skeletons to be found everywhere,
the closest one to me (Max Fisher) was my Maternal Grandfather who was illegitimate, not good in 1884
but quite acceptable today. Most of this is the work of others who are too many to name here but a
must be mentioned,Betty Wilson and Audrey Wood,Christine Randall. Herb Bennett's daughters for their
in the archives in Canberra. A special thank you to John Stewart for some dates taken from his
“From Bolton To Ballarat". The Family I am sure are grateful to all who have contributed.A Family Tree
never stops growing and contributions are always welcome.Compiling this information from so many
sources, some on scraps of paper, some in illegible writing some only word of mouth memories has
been sometimes confusing but always interesting and rewarding.
The mistakes are all mine.
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