Born: 1 February 1887 in Whitchurch, Shropshire and baptised 18 February 1887 at St. Alkmund`s Parish Church, Whitchurch.
Family: He was one of the six surviving children born to George Fisher, a labourer, and his wife Mary Ann, nee Hall. He married Alice A Groome Quarter 4 1912 in Whitchurch, Shropshire. The couple had two children, Albert George and Agnes Lillian.
Residence: At the time of his birth the family were living in Venables Yard, Whitchurch but in the 1891 Census an address of Bronington Terrace, Bronington, Flintshire, Wales is given for him. By 1911 his family were living at 4 Venables Yard but sometime after his marriage in 1912 he lived at 20 Pepper Street and by 1939 at 20 Rosemary Lane, Whitchurch, Shropshire.
Employment: In 1911 he was described as a general labourer, however on his Service Records he was said to have been a stoker at the gas works. By 1939 his occupation was an iron roofer.
Died: Quarter 2 1956 in Whitchurch, Shropshire, aged 69 and buried in Whitchurch cemetery on 30 June 1956.
Regiment: Royal Defence Corp (previously Shropshire Light Infantry)
Service Number: 87899 (previously 14536)
Date of Enlistment: 17 September 1914
Date of Discharge: 6 March 1919
Reason for Discharge: Not known
Other Information His brother, George Fisher, served in the K.S.L.I. during WW1.