Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

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Cecil William Francis Stafford-King-Harman

Name changed by Royal Licence. From http://www.thepeerage.com/p3167.htm#i31669


Date from http://www.thepeerage.com/p11753.htm#i117523


Sarah Beatrice Dyke Acland


Date from Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal, The Anne of Exeter Volume, p. 443 (ancestry.com).
Birth notice in The Times, 14 September 1896, p. 1, reads: ACLAND.---On the 11th Sept., at Forest Mere, Liphook, the wife of ALFRED DYKE ACLAND, of a daughter.


Date from http://www.thepeerage.com/p2113.htm#i21121


Henry Wentworth Dyke Acland 1st Baronet of St Mary Magdalen, Oxford

M.D., M.A., LL.D., Regius Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford. Education: Harrow School. MD
Career: Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford (by 1846); Dr Lee's Reader in Anatomy, Oxford (by 1846) Honours: CB 1883; KCB 1884; Bt 1890 Became Fellow of the Royal Society 21/01/1847.

From entry in 1911 Encyclopedia:

Educated at Harrow and at Christ Church, Oxford, he was elected fellow of All Souls in 1840, and then studied medicine in London and Edinburgh. Returning to Oxford, he was appointed Lee's reader in anatomy at Christ Church in 1845, and in 1851 Radcliffe librarian and physician to the Radcliffe infirmary. Seven years later he became regius professor of medicine, a post which he retained till 1894. He was also a curator of the university galleries and of the Bodleian Library, and from 1858 to 1887 he represented his university on the General Medical Council, of which he served as president from 1874 to 1887. He was created a baronet in 1890, and ten years later, on the 16th of October 1900, he died at his house in Broad Street, Oxford. Acland took a leading part in the revival of the Oxford medical school and in introducing the study of natural science into the university.

Accompanied HRH the Prince of Wales, as physician, to Canada and USA in 1860.

as Henry W Acland / Head / widower / age 75 / occupation Baronet Proffesor of Medicine / neither employer nor employed / birthplace Exeter Killerton / living at Exeter Road Woodley Tower [lodging house or hotel?], Bournemouth Holdenhurst, with visitor Harriett Martin (Lady President Bedford College). Note son Francis Edward Dyke Acland and his family at same place on this date.

From Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 22 Supplement, p. 12 (ancestry.com) and from Venn's Alumni Cantabrigienses (ancestry.com), and from http://www.angeltowns.com/town/peerage/baronetsa1.htm.

From Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 22 Supplement, p. 12 (ancestry.com).

From Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 22 Supplement, p. 12 (ancestry.com).

as Henry Wentworth Acland / Bt Visitor / widower / age 65 / occupation Physician M D Oxon. Regius Proffesor of Medicine / birthplace Broadclyst Devonshire / visiting at Killerton House, Broad Clyst, household of brother Sir T D Acland Bt., sister-in-law Mary Acland, niece Agnes Henrietta Acland, visitors Annie Gerard, Jessie Douglas Mountgomery, Susan I Kintorn, Walter Marsham Hoare, Jessie Mary Hoare, Janie Katherine Hoare, Winifred Hoare and Caroline Charlotte Hoard, 12 servants + 2 visitor servants.

as Henry W Acland / Head / married / age 55 / occupation M.D. Oxon F.R.S. F.R.C.P. etc. Physician Regius Professor of Medicine Oxford / birthplace Devonshire Willeston Exeter / living at 39, 40 & 41 Broad Street, Oxford St Mary Magdalen, with daughter Sarah A Acland, elder brother visitor W C Dyke Acland, visitor Frances E Clementson, 7 servants.

as Henry W Ackland / Head / married / age 45 / occupation Professor of Medicine M.D. & F.R.C.P. and Phisician / birthplace Killerton Devonshire / living at 40, 41 and 42 Broad Street, Oxford St Mary Magdalen, with wife Sarah Ackland, daughter Sarah Angeline Ackland, sons Henry Dyke, Robert Dyke, Reginald B Dyke, Francis E Dyke and Alfrey Dyke Ackland, 8 servants + governess.

From Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 22 Supplement, p. 11 (ancestry.com).

as Henry W Acland / Head / married / age 35 / occupation Physician M.D. Oxford F.R.S.P. Lee's Reader in Anatomy in university / birthplace Devonshire Broadclyst / living at 41 Broad Street, Oxford St Mary Magdalen, with wife Sarah Acland, sons William A and Henry D Acland, daughter Sarah A Acland, scientific assistant T Victor Carns, 6 servants.

From Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 22 Supplement, p. 10 (ancestry.com).

From Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 22 Supplement, p. 10 (ancestry.com).

From Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 22 Supplement, p. 10 (ancestry.com).

From Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 22 Supplement, p. 10 (ancestry.com).

From Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 22 Supplement, p. 10 (ancestry.com).

Date from "Tim Sandberg's Genealogy Database" at RootsWeb.com.
Place from UK 1881 census.

Date and place from LDS IGI Individual Record for Henry Wentworth Acland.

Died at his house in Broad Street. Date and place from Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 22 Supplement, p. 12 (ancestry.com).
Death notice in The Times, 18 October 1900, p. 1, reads: ACLAND.---On the 16th Oct., at Oxford, SIR HENRY WENTWORTH ACLAND, Bart., K.C.B., M.D., sometime Regius Professor of Medicine in the University of Oxford.

Buried in Holywell Cemetery at Oxford. Date and place from Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 22 Supplement, p. 12 (ancestry.com).

Fourth son of Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, 10th Baronet, of Killerton.
Had seven sons and one daughter.
Biographical summary for Henry Wentworth Dyke Acland in King's College London College Archives at http://www.kcl.ac.uk/iss/archives/collect/10ac40-1.html, reads:
Henry Wentworth Dyke Acland was born 23 August 1815; 4th son of Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, 10th Bt of Killerton, Exeter; Educated at Harrow School; Christ Church, Oxford (Hon. Student). Fellow of All Souls, 1840. He was Regius Professor of Medic, Oxford, 1857-1894; Member of Medical Council, 1854-1874, and President, 1874-1887; Member of Sanitary Commission, 1870-1872, and also served as Radcliffe Librarian, Oxford, from 1851; Hon. Physician to Prince of Wales. Awarded 1st Bt, 1890; KCB 1884 (CB 1883); MD, DCL, LLD; FRS 1847. In 1846 he married, Sarah Cotton (died 1878). Died 16 October 1900.
Publications Memoir on the Cholera at Oxford in the year 1854, with considerations suggested by the epidemic, John Churchill and J. H. & J. Parker: London, 1856.


Sarah Cotton

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1861-1941 (ancestry.com) gives: 1879. / ACLAND Sarah. / Personal Estate under £4,000. / 8 August. / Administration of the Personal Estate of Sarah Acland (Wife of Henry Wentworth Acland M.D.) late of Oxford in the County of Oxford who died 25 October 1878 at Oxford was granted at the Principal Registry to the said Henry Wentworth Acland of Oxford.

as Sarah Acland / Daughter / age 55 / birthplace Leytonstone Essex / living at Wallwood House, Leytonstone, with mother Sarah Acland, sons William A D, Theodore D and Alfred D Acland, visitors Caroline Hill and Caroline Gates, 10 servants.

as Sarah Acland / Wife / married / age 35 / birthplace Essex Leytonstone / living at 41 Broad Street, Oxford St Mary Magdalen, with husband Henry W Acland, sons William A and Henry D Acland, daughter Sarah A Acland, scientific assistant T Victor Carns, 6 servants.

as Sarah Ackland / Wife / married / age 45 / birthplace Walwood Leytomline Essex / living at 40, 41 and 42 Broad Street, Oxford St Mary Magdalen, with husband Henry W Ackland, daughter Sarah Angeline Ackland, sons Henry Dyke, Robert Dyke, Reginald B Dyke, Francis E Dyke and Alfrey Dyke Ackland, 8 servants + governess.

as Sarah Cotton / age 25 / not born in Middlesex / living at Nr 6 Devonshire Place, Marylebone, London, with parents William and Sarah Cotton, sister Phoebe Cotton, brother Joseph E Cotton, cousin Mary Bowdler, 8 servants.


Was eldest daughter of William Cotton. Year from Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 22 Supplement, p. 492 (ancestry.com).
Date from Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal, The Anne of Exeter Volume, p. 442 (ancestry.com).
Place from UK 1871 census.


Date and place from LDS IGI Individual Record for Sarah Cotton, daughter of William Cotton and Sarah.


Date from Dictionary of National Biography, Supplement, p. 12 (ancestry.com), which also notes that the Sarah Acland nursing home at Oxford was founded and endowed in her memory.


Buried in Holywell Cemetery, Oxford. From "An ABC of Notables: The Acland family in Oxford" at http://www.oxfordinscriptions.com/an_abc_of_notables.htm.


Eldest daughter of William Cotton. From Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 22 Supplement, p. 12 (ancestry.com).

Had seven sons and one daughter.


Sarah Angelina (Angie) Acland

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1861-1941 (ancestry.com) gives: 1931 / ACLAND Sarah Angelina of 7 Park Town Oxford spinster died 2 December 1930 Probate Oxford 23 January to sir William Henry Dyke Acland baronet. Effects £12048 13s. 1d.

as Sarah A Acland / Head / single / age 51 / occupation Living on own Means / birthplace Oxford Oxfordshire / living at 39, 40, 41 Broad Street, Oxford St Mary Magdalen, with companion Jane M W Grimston, 3 servants + sick nurse.

as Sarah A Acland / Daughter / unmarried / age 31 / occupation Housekeeper to her Father / birthplace Oxfordshire Oxford / living at 39, 40 & 41 Broad Street, Oxford St Mary Magdalen, with 7 servants.

as Sarah A Acland / Daughter / unmarried / age 21 / birthplace Oxfordshire Oxford / living at 39, 40 & 41 Broad Street, Oxford St Mary Magdalen, with father Henry W Acland, uncle visitor W C Dyke Acland, visitor Frances E Clementson, 7 servants.

as Sarah Angeline Ackland / Daughter / age 11 / occupation Scholar / birthplace St Mary Magdalen Oxford / living at 40, 41 and 42 Broad Street, Oxford St Mary Magdalen, with parents Henry W and Sarah Ackland, brothers Henry Dyke, Robert Dyke, Reginald B Dyke, Francis E Dyke and Alfrey Dyke Ackland, 8 servants + governess.

as Sarah A Acland / Daughter / age 1-1/2 / birthplace Oxfordshire Oxford / living at 41 Broad Street, Oxford St Mary Magdalen, with parents Henry W and Sarah Acland, brothers William A and Henry D Acland, scientific assistant T Victor Carns, 6 servants.

From http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/dept/scwmss/wmss/online/1500-1900/acland-photos/acland-photos000.html.

From http://www.bodley.ox.ac.uk/dept/scwmss/wmss/online/1500-1900/acland-photos/acland-photos000.html.
Reference in Raw Histories: Photographs, Anthropology and Museums, by Elizabeth Edwards, publ. 2001 (Berg Publishers), p. 128, states: Sarah Angelina (Angie) Acland ... Miss Acland emerged as a distinguished photographer herself. She made excellent portraits of a number of eminent family friends, including Gladstone, Lord Salisbury and Ruskin, and was one of the first women to experiment with colour processes in the 1890s.


Date from Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal, The Anne of Exeter Volume, p. 443 (ancestry.com).
Place from UK 1881 census.


Date from http://www.thepeerage.com/p3133.htm.
Death notice in the Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 1931, p. 239, reads (in part): Obituary. Miss S A Acland. We regret to announce the death on December 2, 1930, at Oxford, of Sarah Angelina Acland at the age of 81. Miss Acland was the only ...
Death notice in The Times, Wednesday, 3 December 1930, p. 1, reads: ACLAND.---On Dec. 2, 1930, at 7, Park Town, Oxford, after a long illness, SARAH ANGELINA ACLAND, daughter of the late Sir Henry W. Acland, Bt., K.C.B. aged 81. Funeral noon Friday, Cathedral Ch. Ch. Oxford. No flowers, by request.
Obituary in The Times, 4 December 1930, p. 18, reads: MISS SARAH ACLAND / Miss Sarah Angelina Acland, who died at Oxford on Tuesday at the age of 81, was the only daughter of the late Sir Henry Acland, Bt., formerly Regius Professor of Medicine in the University of Oxford. A correspondent writes:--- / Miss Acland never enjoyed good health, but was often obliged to spend the winter at Torquay, the Riviera, or Madeira. Notwithstanding this, she acted as hostess in her father's house in Board-street after her mother's death in 1878 and bravely carried on its generous hospitalitieis, which were extended to senior and junior members of the University and to many others from all quarters of the globe. Especially notable were the occasions when the medical examiners made the house their headquarters. She inherited unusual powers of hand and brain from her gifted parents. Mr. Ruskin, who was an intimate friend of her father's and a frequent visitor to the house, exercised great influence on her artistic powers, which were considerable, and she might, perhaps, have attained a high place in water-colour. As it was, she gained distinction in photography, especially in portraiture, and examples of her work may be seen in the Bodleian. She was one of the first, if not the first, to take a portrait in colour photography, and she collaborated with Mr. Sanger Sheppard in the development of the process known by his name. Her facility in learning languages was great. She mastered French, German, Italian, and even Portuguese, and had some acquaintance with Russian. She kept up a numerous correspondence with friends in Canada, the United States, and Japan. But the outstanding quality of her life and character was her unfailing readiness to help those in trouble and sorrow; those to whom she was near and dear have not only lost a much-loved relative but also a most faithful friend. / The funeral will be at Christ Church, Oxford, at noon to-morrow.

Known as Angie. Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and the Royal Society of Arts.


Herbert Dyke Acland

See Death notes.

Moved to Ceylon to become a tea-planter only a few months before his death. From reference in Death in the Victorian Family, by Patricia Jalland (Oxford University Press, 1996), p. 68.

as Robert Dyke Ackland / Son / age 5 / occupation Scholar / birthplace St Mary Magdalen Oxford / living at 40, 41 and 42 Broad Street, Oxford St Mary Magdalen, with parents Henry W and Sarah Ackland, sister Sarah Angeline Ackland, brothers Henry Dyke, Reginald B Dyke, Francis E Dyke and Alfrey Dyke Ackland, 8 servants + governess.

From UK 1871 census.

as Herbert Dyke Acland / Boarder / unmarried / age 15 / occupation Scholar / birthplace Oxfordshire Oxford / living at Charterhouse School, London, with school staff and other boarding pupils.


Date from "Herbert Dyke Acland" at http://web.ukonline.co.uk/nigel.battysmith/Database/D0003/I11849.html.
Place from UK 1861 census.


Date from "Herbert Dyke Acland" at http://web.ukonline.co.uk/nigel.battysmith/Database/D0003/I11849.html.
Place from reference in Death in the Victorian Family, by Patricia Jalland (Oxford University Press, 1996), p. 68, which states: In 1877 Herbert Acland, son of Dr Henry Acland (later Regius Professor of Medicine at Oxford), died of typhoid in Ceylon, where he had arrived only a few months earlier to become a tea-planter. The family did not learn of his illness until two seeks after his death and never saw his body, though they were given details of his final hours and his burial place in a Colombo cemetery.


Place from reference in Death in the Victorian Family, by Patricia Jalland (Oxford University Press, 1996), p. 68. See Death notes.


(Medical):From reference in Death in the Victorian Family, by Patricia Jalland (Oxford University Press, 1996), p. 68.


Apparently identified in UK 1861 census as Robert Dyke Ackland, which census record has a number of errors, suggesting the record might have been copied badly from another written list by someone unfamiliar with the placenames and family names, who miswrote Herbert as Robert.


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