Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

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Charles Sloane Cadogan 1st Earl Cadogan (second creation)

General Charles Cadogan (1691—1776), who married the daughter of Sir Hans Sloane, thus beginning the association of the family with Chelsea, and died in 1776, being succeeded in turn by his son Charles Sloane (17 28—1807), who in the year 1800 was created Viscount Chelsea and Earl Cadogan. His descendant George Henry, 5th Earl Cadogan (b. 1840), was lord privy seal from 1886 to 1892, and lord-lieutenant of Ireland from 1895 to 1902.
Whig MP for Cambridge 1749-54 and 1755-76.
Created Viscount Chelsea and Earl Cadogan 27 Dec 1800. Master of the Mint 1769-1784


Charles Henry Sloane Cadogan 2nd Earl Cadogan

Was insane for over 25 years and so did not inherit the Sloane estate from his father. Instead it passed to his half-brother George. Died unmarried.


Thomas Cadogan

Lost on his Majesty's ship Glorieux.


George Cadogan

Killed in the military service of the Hon. East India Company.


Charles Sloane Cadogan 1st Earl Cadogan (second creation)

General Charles Cadogan (1691—1776), who married the daughter of Sir Hans Sloane, thus beginning the association of the family with Chelsea, and died in 1776, being succeeded in turn by his son Charles Sloane (17 28—1807), who in the year 1800 was created Viscount Chelsea and Earl Cadogan. His descendant George Henry, 5th Earl Cadogan (b. 1840), was lord privy seal from 1886 to 1892, and lord-lieutenant of Ireland from 1895 to 1902.
Whig MP for Cambridge 1749-54 and 1755-76.
Created Viscount Chelsea and Earl Cadogan 27 Dec 1800. Master of the Mint 1769-1784


Lieut Colonel Henry Cadogan

Memorial in Glasgow Cathederal:

Sacred to the memory of The Honorable Henry Cadogan
Lieu.-Colonel of the 71st or Glasgow Reg.,
honorary burgess of this city,
who gloriously fell at the head of his battalion,
in the ever memorable battle of Vittoria, June 21st 1813
aged thirty-three years.

This monument is erected
by a few of his friends in this city and neighourhood
to perpetuate the remembrance
of his worth as a man, and his
gallantry as a soldier.


George Augustus Eliott Tapps-Gervis-Meyrick 3rd Bart

Hinton Admiral is an ancient mansion, the seat of Sir G. E. M.Tapps Gervis, bart., who is lord of the manor and principal landowner.
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~villages/hinton_admiral.htm

JP and DL for Hants and Anglesey. Assumed the name Gervis in 1836. Succeeded on 26 Oct 1842. Member of Conservative Club. London residence; 16 Clifford St..
In 1879 Sir George Augustus Elliot Tapps-Gervis-Meyrick sold the Rose Hill estate to Percy Tew who renamed the house Brightling Park. (Geoff Hutchinson, p 147)


Thomas Isted

Barrister; Called to the Bar (1702)
Education: University College, Oxford (matriculated 1695); Middle Temple (admitted 1695)


Ambrose Isted

Master of the Bench, Middle Temple.


Anne Isted

Died unmarried.


Dr. Benjamin White

Owner of School Hill House, Lewes, Sussex from 1675. Doctor of Medicine, Leiden Unviversity, Netherlands 1665 (1655?).
Wrote a letter in 1674 to Hugh Chamberlain of Prujens Court, Old Bailey, London describing the ingredients of a certain pill. Hugh Chamberlain was the then physician to Charles II. (source Derek Wenham)


Dorothy Courthope

School Hill House, Lewes, Sussex - 1720

asa shiffner


Barbara White

Died in infancy.


Susan White

School Hill House 1735


Thomas Rose Fuller

1881 Census: Rocks, Westfield, Sussex
Occupation: Farmer Of 150 Employing 4 Labourers 1 Boy


Margaret Fuller

Unmarried in 1881 Census.


Robert Fuller

Unmarried in 1881 Census.


Rufus Fuller

Unmarried in 1881 Census.


Jane Fuller

Unmarried in 1881 Census