James Fisher EDISBURY

EDISBURY, James Fisher
James & Sarah (nee Ratcliffe) Edisbury
Holywell, Flintshire.
1920 at Holin Villa, Kings Mills Road, Wrexham
Husband of Minnie Edisbury
April 1867
J-02330 & J-02331 at Wrexham Cemetery
Spring Road, Wrexham
1868 – Bersham, Wrexham.
1881 – Belgrave House, 5, Grosvenor Road, Wrexham.
1891 – Belgrave House, 5, Grosvenor Road, Wrexham.
1901 – Littleton House, Beechley Road, Wrexham.
1911 – Holin Villa, Kings Mills Road, Wrexham.
In memory of James Fisher Edisbury Oct 13, 1837 – Oct 20, 1920. A good heart doeth good like a medicine.

Formerly a member of Wrexham Town Council, he was well known in local commercial circles as proprietor of the North Wales Pharmacy and North Wales Mineral Water Company. Perhaps, however, it is in  a masonic capacity he is most distinguished. He was Past Master of the Square and Compass Lodge, Wrexham and the Mark Lodge, Chester; Past Principal Royal Arch, Chester; Past Provincial Grand Warden, Province of North Wales and Principal Knight of Malta and Knight Templar, Chester. James Edisbury was also well known in musical circles and a proficient performer on almost every instrument. For over twenty years he had officiated as honorary organist of the Wrexham masonic lodges. Needless to say he was very popular, not only among the members of the craft, but also his fellow townsmen generally.

James Fisher Edisbury. J.P.

More images of the EDISBURY memorial at Wrexham Cemetery.

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2nd June 2018


Source: Wrexham Cemetery; Graham Lloyd;