Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

Notes


Anne Pollexfen Drake

Trewman's Exeter Flying Post or Plymouth and Cornish Advertiser (Exeter, England), Thursday, July 11, 1822; Issue 2978.

At Kingsbridge, on Tuesday the 2d instant, Mrs. Ann Pollexfen Prosser, after a very protracted and painful illness, in her 76th year, widow of the late Capt. Prossor, of the Plymouth Division of Marines, and last surviving child of John Drake, Esq. formerly Collector of Customs at Plymouth, lineal descendant of Sir Francis Drake, Bart. the first circumnavigator of the globe, and sister to Sir John Savery Drake, with whom the title became extinct, he dying without issue (and from whom the last Sir Francis cut off the entail of property given to his ancestor by Queen Elizabeth for his services and discoveries) and gave it to the late Lord Heathfield after him to Sir Thomas Trayton Fuller Eliott Drake Bart. High-Sheriff of the county of Devon, who now enjoys it. Of eleven children, one daughter only survives her.


John Spicer Young 7th Regt. Native Infantry

Killed in the East Indies.


Captain George James Prosser

Captain in Plymouth Division of Royal Marines.


Anne Pollexfen Drake

Trewman's Exeter Flying Post or Plymouth and Cornish Advertiser (Exeter, England), Thursday, July 11, 1822; Issue 2978.

At Kingsbridge, on Tuesday the 2d instant, Mrs. Ann Pollexfen Prosser, after a very protracted and painful illness, in her 76th year, widow of the late Capt. Prossor, of the Plymouth Division of Marines, and last surviving child of John Drake, Esq. formerly Collector of Customs at Plymouth, lineal descendant of Sir Francis Drake, Bart. the first circumnavigator of the globe, and sister to Sir John Savery Drake, with whom the title became extinct, he dying without issue (and from whom the last Sir Francis cut off the entail of property given to his ancestor by Queen Elizabeth for his services and discoveries) and gave it to the late Lord Heathfield after him to Sir Thomas Trayton Fuller Eliott Drake Bart. High-Sheriff of the county of Devon, who now enjoys it. Of eleven children, one daughter only survives her.


William Lyfe Pearce

Justice of Peace of Kellaton, Devon.


Major Charles Maitland Hamilton

Charles served in the military The Queen's Regiment, formerly the Buffs.

Source: http://www.jameshamiltonimm.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/pafg01.htm#3


Captain Patrick Maitland Robertson-Ross

Patrick served in the military "D" Coy 8th Bn Queen's Own Royal West Kent Regiment in 1914/1915 in France.