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Fison familylocked

(per. c. 1750–1985)
  • Michael S. Moss

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Fison family (per.c. 1750–1985), millers and manufacturers of fertilizers and pharmaceuticals, traces its origins to James [i] Fison (1735–1806), who was born at Langham, near Bury St Edmunds, on 1 February 1735, the youngest child of Robert and Dorothy Fison. By the age of fifteen ...

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