Motto:  Carbone et Forcipibus - By Charcoal and Tongs

Arms:    Argent three bars and canton, gules.

Crest:    Out of a ducal coronet, or a lion's head, argent
This coat of arms was acquired by the Fuller family in the late Seventeenth Century and was a symbol of their status as country gentlemen.  The motto Carbone et Forcipibus - By Charcoal and Tongs reflects their history as ironmasters in Heathfield.
The Fuller coat of arms can be seen
in St Thomas à Beckett Church, Brightling
in the stained glass window behind the
Fuller family pew box.
Memorial to Major John Fuller,1652-1722
All Saints Church, Waldron, Sussex
Hatchment,
St Bartholomew, Chalvington, Sussex

For Ann Fuller, nee Elliot 1754 - 1835,
wife of John Trayton Fuller c. 1743 - 1811
Photo by Mark Collins 2004
with kind permission
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