Rev. George Ingram Fisher

1797 - 19th Nov 1863

Claimant or beneficiary


Rev. George Ingram Fisher, husband of Elizabeth Fisher (née Pendrill) co-heiress of her grandfather William Campbell of New Milns in Hanover, Jamaica, and co-awardee with his wife and her three sisters of compensation for the enslaved on the estate.

  1. Baptism of George Ingram Fisher, son of Samuel and Elizabeth Fisher 27/07/1797 Salisbury Wiltshire. Ordained 1819, BA Worcester Oxford. Matriculated April 1814 aged 17, BA 1819, MA 1820. Rector Winfrith Newburgh Dorset 1820 and PC Ebbesborn Wake Wilts., sub-chanter [sic] of Salisbury and vicar of Abbots Kerswell 1851 until his death 19/11/1863. Will of Rev. George Ingram Fisher late of 13 Bennett Street Bath Vicar of Abbotts Kerswell in Devon who died 19/11/1863 proved 14/01/1864 by Mary Pendrill of 13 Bennett Street spinster the sole executrix, effects under £4000.


T71/915 Hanover No. 4; Salisbury & Winchester Journal, reporting 13/06/1825 on marriage of Elizabeth, second daughter of John Pendrill, to Rev. George Ingram Fisher, Rector of Winifrith [sic] Newburgh Dorset and Subchanter of Cathedral Church of Salisbury, Wiltshire.

  1., England and Wales Christening Records 1530-1906 [database online]; CCEd [database online] Person ID 52475;, Oxford University Alumni, 1500-1886 [database online] (he is indexed as George Ingrain Fisher on; National Probate Calendar 1864.

Further Information

Name in compensation records
Geo. I. Fisher
Elizabeth Pendrill
Wealth at death
Oxford (Worcester) [1814-1819 ]
Church of England

Associated Claims (1)

£6,359 0s 6d

Relationships (2)

Husband → Wife
Brother-in-law → Sister-in-law
Notes →
Mary Pendrill was also the executrix of her brother-in-law's Rev. George Ingram...

Addresses (1)

13 Bennett Street, Bath, Somerset, South-west England, England