Lived at St. Anne's House, 111 High Street, Lewes from 1719.
Of Ticehurst, Sussex
Captain of Dragoons.
Sir John Lade Baronet
"John Lade made a fortune as a brewer in Southwark. He purchsed an extensive estate in Southwark and added some lands in Sussex to those he inherited in Warbleton. He was MP for Southwark 1713-22 and 1724-27; in 1730 he was made a baronet. The Fuller papers contain reports on the Sussex estates owned by Lade from 1729-40, and there are scattered references thereafter on the proceedings of the Court of Chancery into whose hands Lade's executors placed the estate after his demise. "
The Fullers of Brightling Park, by R. V. Saville, Sussex Archaeological Collections, vol. 121, p. 129.
The Fuller family managed Lade's Sussex estate for over 25 years before his death. He was JP for the county of Surrey.
Was made baronet by George II on 11 March 1730. Died unmarried.
No marriage, illegitimate child.