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Isaac Hillier (1797-1884) was the son of Thomas Hillier.
1828 Married Maria Playden in 10th July.
1841 Isaac Hillier 48, bacon curer, lived in Horsley, Gloucs., with Maria Hillier 45, Ellen Hillier 3
1865 Founded Hillier's Bacon Curing Co. Ltd. (Incorporated on 11th March 1865)
1871 Isaac Hillier 73, retired bacon factor, lived in Horsley with Susanna Hillier 65
1886 He died aged 88 on the 4th of July.
His daughter Ellen married Samuel Borton Brown, a Baptist minister. Their daughter, Ida Stanton Brown, married Edward Wathen Fyffe in 1884 in London; Edward was a tea dealer and the founder of Fyffe's Bananas.