Mary FISHER 
- Born: Abt 1836, Cambridge CAM.
- Marriage (1): Rev Alfred FIELD  on 5 Jul 1865 in Cambridge.
- Died: Oct 1912 aged about 76
- Buried: Sth Charlton
On the 5th inst, at Cambridge, the Rev Alfred Field, BA, to Mary, eldest daughter of Thomas Hall Fisher, Esq, Cambridge.
Ref: Bury and Norwich Post 11 July 1865.
Funeral of the late Mrs Field.
On Wednesday last, there were interred in the peaceful churchyard of South Charlton, the mortal remains of Mrs Field, widow of the late Rev Alfred Field, who, it will be remembered was for a large number of years the esteemed vicar of that place. The deceased lady, who was the eldest daughter of the late Mr Thomas Hall Fisher, DL, Cambridge, had since the death of her husband, resided in London. Her illness, which was of short duration, was unknown to her many friends in the North. Therefore the news of her death came as a great shock, particularly to the inhabitants of Charlton. The coffin was conveyed by rail to Alnmouth Station, and from there to South Charlton by hearse. The mourning coach which followed, containing Mr and Miss Field (son and daughter), Mr Ellis and Miss Dand, friends of the deceased. On nearing the village, the court age was met by practically all the inhabitants and many sympathising friends, among whom were: Mr and Mrs Mangin, Preston; Mr A Fawcus, South Charlton; Dr and the Misses Waterson, Embleton; Mr and Mrs T Stafford, Mr Hope, etc. As a mark of respect the the blinds of all the houses in the village were drawn. Two favourite hymns of the deceased, "Nearer my God to Thee," and "Peace, perfect peace," were sung, and as the coffin was borne to its last resting place, the "Nunc Dimittis" was impressively rendered, Miss Borel presiding at the organ. The officiating clergyman was the new vicar of South Charlton, the Rev W R Fairclough. The underbearers, Messrs Irons, Wilkinson, Purves and Wilkinson, were all members of the church during the vicariate of the deceased lady's husband. The funeral arrangements were efficiently carried out by Mr J E Burn, undertaker, Eglingham. There were many beautiful floral tributes sent by the following: "Katie" "Herbert and Amy" Mrs Edward Field, Mrs Stanley Julius, A and E Jenkinson, Mrs Baker Cresswell, Mr and Mrs Ellis and family, Rev W G and Mrs Jones, teachers and scholars of South Charlton school, Mrs Frank and family, Mrs Tindall, Mrs Purves, Mrs Nicholson and family.
Ref: Alnwick Mercury 19 October 1912.
1. Census: England, 7 Jun 1841, St Andrew the Great Cambridge. Mary is recorded as aged 5 born Cambridgeshire
2. Census: England, 8 Apr 1861, Cambridge CAM. Mary is recorded as a daughter unmarried aged 25 born Cambridge CAM
Mary married Rev Alfred FIELD  [MRIN: 8390] on 5 Jul 1865 in Cambridge.