Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

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Charles Eales

Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple 1862, Principal Clerk of Committees at House of Commons ; J.P.for CO. Devon.

d.s.p.


Eleanor Halford Fuller

The Bristol Mercury (Bristol, England), Saturday, October 30, 1858; Issue 3579.

DIED - October 21, at Weybridge, Surrey, aged 22 years, Eleanor Halford, beloved wife of Charles Eales, Esq., and daughter of Captain Henry Rose Fuller, R.N..

Died without issue.


C.T. Eales

Of Eastdon, near Exeter.


Rev. Thomas Briscoe

Fellow of Jesus College Oxford 1834-1859, MA, DD. Died unmarried.


Townsend Ince Esq.

Noted Cricketer who played for Marylebone Cricket Club.

The Townsend Ince/Currie family lived at Christleton Hall from the early 1700's to 1910. Christleton Hall was built by Robert Townsend and was the seat of Townsend Ince in 1828.

Of Brasenose College,Oxford, matriculated 9 June1823, aged 17; D.L. for co.Chester.

dsp


Mary Currie

Died suddenly at age 25.


Thomas Evance

d.s.p.


Sophia Drake

Her descendants are the "heirs-general" of the last male Sir Francis Drake of the original creation.


Count Peter de Salis

Succeeded his father as Count de Salis, 20 October 1836, and was a Deputy-Lieut. for the co. of Armagh and J.P. for Middlesex.


Francis Henry Drake

He claimed the baronetcy after the death of Sir Francis Henry Drake, fifth baronet in 1794. However, the validity of his parent’s marriage was not accepted by some family members at the time, and his claim to the title was generally disallowed. He married and resided at Cheltenham, and died without issue in 1839. “Sir Bernard Burke, in his pedigree of Drake, does not carry out the line of Joseph Drake, fifth son of the first Bart., but merely remarks that he left a son, "Francis," nor does he mention this Francis Henry Drake, whom Stockdale describes as sixth bart., at all, but merely remarks that upon the death of the fifth Bart. in 1794 , the title expired.” Will 25 January 1836 (PCC Sept 1839). He married Anne Frances Maltby; died 1840 (Will PCC 1840).
Source: http://www.wyverngules.com/Pedigrees/Buckland.htm


Hon. Major Theodore Francis Heathfield Briscoe

1881 British Census:

Dwelling Oxford Road Godolphin School
Census Place London, Middlesex, England
Family History Library Film 1341012
Public Records Office Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 0056 / 119 Page Number 1

Kelly's Directory of Sussex, 1911

Royal Army Medical Corps. - Hon. Major T. H. Briscoe, quartermaster
13 Preston Park Ave.


Lillian Maude Samuel Gain

1881 British Census: Unmarried

Dwelling 46 Ditchling Rise
Census Place Preston, Sussex, England
Family History Library Film 1341259
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 1099 / 116
Page Number 9


Rev. Henry Meyrick Eliott Drake Briscoe

1881 British Census:

Dwelling Oxford Road Godolphin School
Census Place London, Middlesex, England
Family History Library Film 1341012
Public Records Office Reference RG11 Piece / Folio 0056 / 119 Page Number 1

Kelly's Directory of Norfolk, 192

pp. 80

The living is a rectory net value £ 420, including 30 acres of glebe, with residence, in the gift of Mrs and the Rev. H. M. Elliot-Drake Briscoe M.A. and held since 1900 by the Rev. Henry Meyrick Elliot-Drake Briscoe M.A. of Jesus College Oxford and dean of Burnham.

1901 England Census about Henry M A D Briscoe
Name: Henry M A D Briscoe
Age: 30
Estimated birth year: abt 1871
Relation: Head
Spouse's name: Louise Mary
Gender: Male
Where born: Surrey, Norfolk, England
Civil parish: Burnham Thorpe
Ecclesiastical parish: All Saints
County/Island: Norfolk
Country: England


Richard Eliott Drake Briscoe

Died at birth.