Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller


Rev. Dr. William Nelson 2nd Baron Nelson of the Nile

Adm. pens. (age 17) at CHRIST'S, Jan. 15, 1774. [4th] s. of the Rev. Edmund (1741), R. of Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk (and Catherine Suckling). B. there [Apr. 20, 1757]. School, North Walsham. ' Matric. Michs. 1774; Scholar, 1775; B.A. 1778; M.A. 1781; D.D. 1802. Ord. deacon (Norwich) Dec. 19, 1779; priest, June 4, 1781; C. of Burnham Thorpe, Norfolk, 1779-81. C. of Syderstone, 1781-3. R. of Brandon Parva, 1783-97. Naval Chaplain in H.M.S. Boreas, 1784; obtained his discharge, Oct. 1786 and returned to Brandon Parva. R. of Hilborough, 1797. Preb. of Canterbury, 1803. Succeeded his brother, Oct. 21, 1805, as 2nd Baron Nelson of the Nile. Created Viscount Merton and Earl Nelson of Trafalgar, 1805. A pension of £5000 a year was granted to him by Parliament together with the sum of £90,000. With this, in 1814, he bought Stanlynch Park, near Downton, Wilts. Married (1) Nov. 1786, Sarah, dau. of the Rev. Henry Yonge, and had issue; (2) 1829, Hilare, dau. of Rear-Admiral Sir Robert Barlow. Died, s.p.m., Feb. 28, 1835, in London, when the earldom passed to his nephew, Thomas (1807). Brother of Suckling (1791) and of the Admiral; father of Horatio (1805). (Peile, II. 299; Northants. Clergy; G.E.C.; Walford, County Families; D.N.B.)

Guy Petts Bridger

With the Metropolitan Force Reserve during WW I from 1916-18.

Rev Stephen Dickens

Prebendary of Durham Cathedral.

Sir Thomas Lynch

Deputy Governor of Jamaica: 1663–1664, acting, first time
Lieutenant Governor of Jamaica: August 1671–November 1674, second time; 1682–1684, third time

William Henry Campion CB JP

Captain, 72nd and 53rd Regiments; Honorary Colonel ; Lieutenant Colonel, 2nd Volunteer Battalion, Royal Sussex Regiment

Was D.L., J.P. for Sussex and late Captain of the 72nd and 53rd Foot, Lt-Col. and Hon. Col of the 2nd Vol. Battn. Royal Sussex Regt., 1897-1902. Was from 1903 Hon. Col. 4th Battn Royal Sussex Regt. Resided at Danny Park, Hurstpierpoint, Sussex.

Edward Campion

He died in February 1916 at age 42, from the effects of gas, while on active service.

Charles Campion

Killed in Action, Boer War.

Hilda Mary Dyke Acland

as Hilda M Acland / Daughter / age 10 / birthplace Kensington London / living at 46 Palace Garden Terrace, Kensington St Mary Abbotts, with mother Helen E Acland, 2 servants.

Place from UK 1901 census.
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Wilfred Reginald Dyke Acland

Great Britain, Royal Aero Club Aviators' Certificates, 1910-1950 ( gives: 3944 / ACAND, Wilfrid Reginald Dyke / Cole Ash, Newbury, Berks. / Born 26th June 1894 at Stanford Dingley, Berks. / Nationality: British / Ranke, Regiment, Profession: Flight Officer, R.N. / Certificate taken on Avro Biplane / At Royal Naval Air Station, Redcar / Date: 22nd November 1916.

as W F D Acland / Brother / single / age 6 / occupation Son of a Gentleman living on his own Means & away from Home / birthplace Stanford Dingley Berkshire / living at Thirtoverl, Cold Ash, with brother Edward F D Acland, sister Ruth E Acland, 3 servanats + governess.

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Death notice in The Times, 5 October 1937, p. 1, reads: ACLAND.---On Oct. 1, 1937, drowned in a flying accident, at Phaleron Bay, WING COMDR. WILFRID REGINALD DYKE ACLAND, D.F.C., A.F.C., F.A.F., darling and dearly beloved husband of Mary (Lee-on-the-Solent), and son of the late Sir Reginald B. Dyke Acland, K.C., and Lady Acland, of Cold Ash, Newbury, Berks. Interment in Athens. Memorial service St. Faith's, Lee-on-the-Solent, at 2.30 Friday, Oct. 8.

See Death notes.