Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

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Thomas St Hill Acland

Thomas St. Hill Acland fought in the Second World War, as part of the 2nd NZ Expeditionary Force.Address at time of death: 13 Connelly St, Geraldine, New Zealand.


Herbert Arthur Dyke Acland

as Herbert A Acland / Son / age 4 / birthplace Essex Sholburyness / living at Exeter Road Woodley Tower [lodging house or hotel?], Bournemouth Holdenhurst, with parents Francis E D and Marian S Acland, brother Kenneth F Acland, sisters Charis A and Clemence M Acland, uncle Theodore K Macronie, 2 servants.


Year and place from UK 1891 census.
Date from Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal, The Anne of Exeter Volume, p. 443 (ancestry.com).


Date from http://www.thepeerage.com/p3132.htm.


Maud Kathleen Branson

as Maud K Branson / Daughter / age 9 / birthplace Yorkshire Sheffield / living at 54 Westbourne Road, Sheffield, with parents George E and Catherine M Branson, brothers Douglas S and Philip A Branson, 3 servants.


Aubrey George Wykeham-Musgrave

See Death notes.

as Aubrey G Wykeham-Musgrave / Son / age 2 / birthplace Oxfordshire Thame Park / living at Thame Park House, Thame, with parents Wenman A and Jane Wykeham-Musgrave, brothers Herbert W and Humphrey P Wykeham-Musgrave, sisters Maude L G, Helen M, Sybil I and Violet P Wykeham-Musgrave, 9 servants.


Year and place from UK 1901 census.
Date from The Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal, p. 183.


Date from http://www.thepeerage.com/p3167.htm#i31664
Death notice in The Times, 1 January 1959, p. 1, reads: WYKEHAM-MUSGRAVE.---On December 31st, 1958, at Poultmoor Farm, Barnsley, Cirencester, in his 71st year, AUBREY GEORGE WYKEHAM-MUSGRAVE, M.C. Funeral at Barnsley Parish Church at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, January 3rd. No bought flowers, at his request.


Angela Cicely Mary Acland

See Death notes.

as Ciceley Acland / Grandchild / single / age 2 / birthplace Buckinghamshire Greenlands / living at Greenlands House, Millend, Hambledon, with grandparents William H and Emily Smith, uncle William F D Smith, aunt Helen Smith, parents Beatrice and Alfred D Acland, aunt Mabel Ryder, uncle John D Ryder, cousin Frances Ryder, visitor Robert Codrington, mother's cousin Hubert Brinton, great-aunt Charlotte Danvers, 26 servants.


Date from Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal, The Anne of Exeter Volume, p. 443 (ancestry.com).
Born at Greenlands, Buckinghamshire. Place from UK 1891 census.
Birth notice in The Times, 29 August 1888, p. 1, reads: On the 26th inst., at Greenlands, Henley-on-Thames, the wife of ALFRED DYKE ACLAND, of a daughter.


Date from http://www.thepeerage.com/p2113.htm#i21121
Death notice in The Times, 3 November 1953, p. 1, reads: WYKEHAM-MUSGRAVE.---On Nov. 2, 1953, at the Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford, ANGELA CICELY MARY, wife of AUBREY WYKEHAM-MUSGRAVE, of Poultmoor Farm, Barnsley, Cirencester, and mother of Jane, aged 65. Funeral, Barnsley, on Thursday, Nov. 4, 2.30 p.m. No bought flowers, by her special request. Memorial service at Little Gaddesden, Herts, later.


Daughter 1 Wykeham-Musgrave


Birth notice in The Times, 30 May 1928, p. 1, reads: WYKEHAM-MUSGRAVE.---On May 24, 1928, at Little Gaddesden, to CICELY, wife of A. G. WYKEHAM-MUSGRAVE---a daughter (stillborn).


Stillborn. See Birth notes.


Rev Henry Hemmington

Curate: 21 Jul 1757, Lee, Kent


Henry Thomas Fox-Strangways 2nd Earl of Ilchester

Henry Thomas Fox-Strangways, 2nd Earl of Ilchester (10 August 1747-5 September 1802), known as Lord Stavordale from 1756 to 1776, was a British peer and Member of Parliament.

Ilchester was the eldest son of Stephen Fox-Strangways, 1st Earl of Ilchester, and Elizabeth Horner. Henry Fox, 1st Baron Holland, was his uncle and Charles James Fox his cousin. He was elected to the House of Commons for Midhurst in 1768 (along with his cousin Charles James Fox), a seat he retained until 1774. Two years later he succeeded his father as second Earl of Ilchester and took his seat in the House of Lords.

Lord Ilchester married, firstly, Mary Theresa O'Grady, daughter of Standish O'Grady, in 1772. After his first wife's death in 1790 he married, secondly, Maria Digby, daughter of Hon. William Digby, in 1794. He died in September 1802, aged 55, and was succeeded by his son from his first marriage, Henry Stephen Fox-Strangways.