Leonard Bertram Fishwick was a year too young to be in the 1881 census, but I looked for his father, John Lacey Fishwick. Almost all the John Fishwicks (and there were a lot) were in Lancashire. None, anywhere in the country, had the second name Lacey. He may, of course, have missed off his second name in the census entry, but there are too many for me to be able to detect which might be him.
Victor Charles, though, is much more easily traceable. I have one of his books on general agriculture ("Good Farming"). Not only did he write a book on pig breeding, which must have been good as it went through several editions, but he did the same for dairy farming theory and practice. These can still be obtained in quite good condition on the secondhand book market.
If you have any other clues about John Lacey F. I'll try to follow them up.
- David Murray -
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