From the book, "Santo Tomas" by Frederic Stevens:
Cornelius Stanley Fisher, Sr. (father, July 5, 1905 - September 17, 1946)
Mercedes Fisher (mother, October 14, 1904 - November 20, 1980)
Arthur Lewis Fisher (son, deceased, Chicago)
Elinor "Lin" Patricia Fisher (daughter)
Lionel Lawrence Fisher (son)
Robert Donald Fisher (son, deceased, New York)
Stanley (son, deceased, Los Angeles)
(Stanley was born several months before the war and because he was an infant was allowed by the Japanese to remain with his grandparents in Manila when the rest of our family entered Santo Tomas. We were reunited after the liberation.)
Cornelius Stanley and Mercedes Fisher
Bottom left, Mercedes with Blanca
Cornelius Stanley with his brother Lionel when the two were 5 and 3 years old.
Cornelius' second son, Lionel, is named after his uncle.
Mercedes with oldest son Arthur, Hong Kong, 1927
Cornelius Stanley with children, Hong Kong, 1937
Lionel and Elinor (Lin) Fisher, Manila, 1938
Lionel and Arthur, Hong Kong, 1937 -- Arthur and Robert, Manila 1940
Fisher family amah holding Robert, with Lin, Arthur and Lionel, Hong Kong 1938
Lin, Lionel and Robert (with helmet), Hong Kong 1938
Lionel, first communion, Manila 1941 and Manila 1950
Unidentified Catholic nuns with Mercedes Fisher and Stanley and Lionel (right)
aboard SS Klipfontein on return voyage to Manila, 1946.
Stanley and Lin, Chelsea Hotel, NYC 1947
Stanley, Robert and Lin, Chelsea Hotel, NYC 1947
Lionel with dog and friend Joseph Molloy, Chelsea Hotel, NYC, 1947
Clockwise, Stanley, Lin, Robert and Lionel, Central Park, NYC 1947
De La Salle High School soccer team
Lionel Fisher, back row second from right
GRANDDAUGHTER MADELINE'S REQUEST
New York City, December 1978
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