John Fisher was 5'7" tall, a blacksmith by trade. Was indentured Alexander McLeay, Secretary of the Colony, and whilst in his employ, apparently did all the wrought-iron work in Elizabeth Bay House.
"CAMBAGE.December 22, at Applegarth Milton, John Fisher Cambage, native of Yorkshire, aged 81."
Will of John Fisher Cambage late of Milton, Farmer, written 19 Jan 1895, probate 1 Mar 1897.
Of the Parish of Ulladulla New South Wales, Land Owner.
Executors & Trustees: son Thomas Alfred Cambage of Ulladulla, Richard Hind Cambage of Burwood near Sydney and Charles Cambage of Ulladulla
Beneficiaries: wife Emma Ann Cambage, son Richard Hind Cambage, son Prosper Cambage, son Walter Cambage, son William Cambage, grandchildren Mary Jane Jones & Elizabeth Jones of Pallamallawa, daughter Jane Fisher Koychen wife of Carl Christian Ernest Koychen, grandson Albert Cambage Koychen, grandson Arthur Milton Koychen, daughter Mary Colman the wife of George Colman, son Thomas Alfred Cambage, son Henry Fisher Cambage, son Charles Cambage
Witnesses: Jas. V. Wareham, Conveyancer, Sydney. John Morriss, Farmer, Milton.
Estate sworn under £18696 8