|A1. Henry Fisher, one of the first Aldermen of the Borough of Kendall.
B1. Nicholas Fisher, of Kendall, co. Westmoreland, m. a daughter of Robert Jopson, of Staveley, co. Westmoreland, later of Kendall.
- C1. Henry Fisher, of Bradleyfield, co. Westmoreland, had issue.
- C2. Edward Fisher, of Kendall, d. 12 Apr 1640, m. Jennet, daughter of Thomas Greene, Alderman of the Borough of Kendall.
- D1. Nicholas Fisher, of Stainebanke Greene, in the Parish of Kendall, Esq., now one of His Majesty's Justices for conservation of the Peace for the County of Westmoreland, and an Utter Barrister of Gray's Inn, aged 51 on 20 Mar 1664, m. Elizabeth, daughter of John Brockholes, of Claughton Hall, Garstang, co. Lancaster, Esq.
- E1. Edward Fisher, a student of Gray's Inn, aged 22 years on 20 Mar 1664.
- E2. John Fisher, now a student in Queen's College, Oxford, aged 18 years on the 20th Mar 1664.
- E3. Alan Fisher, aged 6 years on the 20th Mar 1664.
- E4. Charles Fisher, aged 4 years on the 20th Mar 1664.
- E5. Dorothy Fisher, aged 14 years in 1664.
- E6. Anne Fisher, aged 7 years.
- D2. Henry Fisher, af ellow of Queen's College, Oxford, d. unmarried.
- D3. Thomas Fisher, Alderman of the Borough of Kendall.
- D4. Roger Fisher, citizen and Mercer of London.
- C3. Nicholas Fisher, died without issue.
Arms: Or, a king fisher proper.
Crest: A king fisher proper, holding in the beak a fish argent.
Sources: Foster, J. (ed) Pedigrees Recorded at the Heralds' Visitations of the Counties of Cumberland and Westmorland, of 1615 and 1666. London: The Harleian Society.