Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller


Rev. Oswald Leycester

VENN Adm. (age 16) at KING'S, a scholar from Eton, Sept. 25, 1769. [5th and youngest s. of Ralph, of Toft, Cheshire, and Katharine, dau. of peter Gerard, Esq., of Crewood.] Bapt. Mar. 21, 1752, at St Mary's-on-the-Hill, Chester. ' Matric. Michs. 1769; B.A. 1774; M.A. 1777. Fellow, 1772-86. R. of Stoke-on-Tern, Salop, 1806-46. V. of Harlington, Beds., May 13, 1822. R. of Hodnet, Salop, Aug. 2, 1831. Married (1) Mary, dau. of P. Johnson, of Timperley; (2) Elizabeth, dau. of Charles White, of Manchester. Died June 25, 1846, at Stoke-on-Tern. Father of Edward (1813); brother of George (1753) and Hugh (1767). (Eton Sch. Lists; Clergy List; Foster, Index Eccles.; G. Mag., 1846, II. 215.)

Walter George Bridger

Occupation: Marine Engineer

Harold Bridger

He was a Chartered Accountant. He was imprisoned by the Japanese during the Second World War. (1942-45).

Sydney Bridger

Possibly died under the Japanese during World War II.

Dawson James Bridger

Occupation: Master Mariner

Ethel Banks

Of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

John Henry Bridger

Henry John emigrated to South Africa in circa 1900 and served with Gillette and Bryant Merchants in King Williams Town.