born June 1810–April 1811
in Birmingham, Warwickshire
died very roughly 1880
1832: described as a bachelor of this parish (Edgbaston, St Bartholomew) at the time of his marriage. Able to write his own name.
1841 census: living in the hamlet of Duddeston and Nechells (in Aston) with his wife and sons. He is aged 30, his occupation is Brass Founder, and he is said to have been born in the county.
1851 census: living at 71 Wrentham Street with his wife and sons. He is aged 40, his occupation is Brassfounder, and his place of birth is Birmingham.
1861: a clerk at the time of his son James's marriage (at which he might have been the Charles Fisher who bore witness).
1861 census: living in Kings Norton with his wife and sons. He is aged 50, he is a clerk, and his place of birth is Birmingham.