I grew up in Surrey, UK and have always pronounced it short "O".
I now live in Canada and it is always pronounced "Fathergill" except by the Brits that I know. I have trained my wife and kids to say the short "O".
Tony, as a hotelier I hope you have read John Rowland Fothergill's series of books on his Inns. Specifically, An Innkeepers Diary, Confessions of an Innkeeper,
My Three Inns.
I have read the first but am still looking for the latter two.
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