Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

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John Fuller

1881 Census: Occupation-Stone Quarry Man, lived at Netherfield Village, Battle, Sussex


John Fuller

1881 Census: Occupation-Stone Quarry Man, lived at Netherfield Village, Battle, Sussex


Mary Louisa Fuller

Name does not appear with family in 1881 Census.


James Fuller

1881 Census: Widowed, Occupation - Farmer
Dwelling Stones Down Census Place Brightling, Sussex, England


Charles George Fuller

1881 Census: Unmarried, occupation-farmer's son, lived at Stones Down, Brightling, Sussex


Stephen Fuller

1881 Census: Unmarried, occupation-farmer's son, lived at Stones Down, Brightling, Sussex


Eliza Fuller

1881 Census: Widowed, Occupation - Post Mitress
Dwelling Tidebrook Census Place Wadhurst, Sussex, England


Pricsilla Wallis

1881 Census: Unmarried, Occupation - cook out of position
Dwelling Tidebrook Census Place Wadhurst, Sussex, England


Rose Fuller Wallis

1881 Census: Unmarried, Occupation - Post Messenger
Dwelling Tidebrook Census Place Wadhurst, Sussex, England


Charles Wallis

1881 Census: Unmarried, Occupation - agricultural labourer
Dwelling Tidebrook Census Place Wadhurst, Sussex, England


William Isaac Wallis

1881 Census: Unmarried, occupation - house boy domestic
Dwelling Tidebrook Census Place Wadhurst, Sussex, England


George Wallis

1881 Census: Unmarried, Occupation - Scholar
Dwelling Tidebrook Census Place Wadhurst, Sussex, England


Henry Fuller

1881 Census: lived at Netherfield Place Farm, Battle, Sussex, occupation - Farmer Of 290 Acres Employing 6 Men & 4 Boys


William H. Lovell

Died in infancy.


George William Lovell

One could assume that he died from wounds sustained during World War I as he is buried in a war grave at Netherfield. His details can be found at www.cwcg.org.uk <http://www.cwcg.org.uk> the war Graves Commission site.