Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller


Samuel Fuller

Of Staplehurst, Kent.

John Fuller

Acquired the unexpired portion of the lease of Tanners in Waldron in 1575. Bought the freehold of tenements at Waldron known as Woodplace and Tanners in 1596. His will details the division of his lands in Waldron, Mayfield, Heathfield, Northiam, Fairlight and Herstmonceux in Sussex and Shorne in Kent among family members.

The Fuller's Progess: A study of a remarkable sussex family 16th - 19th Centuries, by Alec Parks with illustrations by Rosemary Brown, 1991, p. 6.

Cheyney Fuller

" Cheyney FULLER is stated to have died abroad before 1634 but he returned to England and was taken prisoner at Cirencester 02 Feb. 1643/44, Lieut. of Horse in Cromwell's Army".
pedigree, Bev Geisler

John Fuller

Citzen of London

Adam Fuller


Roger Fuller


Giles Fuller


Ann Frances Marie Louisa Hare

Known as Esmarelda.

Augustus John Cuthbert Hare

Victorian author of biographies and classically inspired guidebooks and travelogues of Italy and the Mediterranean world. He had about 31 books published, many running to 2 volumes and his autobiography published in 6 volumes (of over 500 pages each!). He died alone the day after receiving the news that a lifelong friend, Ernest Bunsen, had died.