Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

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Henry Goring

He died in 1687, slain by Sir Edward Dering, 3rd Bt. Henry Goring gained the rank of Captain in the service of the Regiment of Foot. He held the office of Sheriff of Sussex from 1681 to 1682. He lived in Wappingthorn, Steyning, Sussex, England.


John Spooner

Of Grosvenor Place and sometimes of Jamaica.


Lieu-Col Arthur William Acland


Date from Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal, The Anne of Exeter Volume, p. 443 (ancestry.com).
Birth notice in The Times, 23 November 1897, p. 1, reads: ACLAND.---On the 20th Nov., at 28, Pont-street, S.W., the wife of ALFRED ACLAND, of a son.


Year 1992 from http://www.thepeerage.com/p3160.htm.
England & Wales, Death Index: 1984-2005 (ancestry.com) gives: Name: Arthur William Acland / Birth Date: 20 Nov 1897 / Death Registration Month/Year: Feb 1992 / Age at death (estimated): 94 / Registration district: Isle of Wight / Inferred Couny: Isle of Wight / Volume: 20 / Page: 2220.

Lt.Col., O.B.E., M.C.


Violet Gwendolen Grimston


England & Wales, Death Index: 1984-2005 (ancestry.com) gives: Name: Violet Gwendolen Acland / Birth Date: 4 Jun 1903 / Death Registration Month/Year: Oct 1984 / Age at death (estimated): 81 / Registration district: Isle of Wight / Inferred County: Isle of Wight / Volume: 20 / Page: 1954.


Peter Bevil Edward Acland

See Marriage notes.


Date from Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal, The Anne of Exeter Volume, p. 443 (ancestry.com).
Birth notice in The Times, 10 July 1902, p. 1, reads: ACLAND.---On the 9th July, the wife of ALFRED ACLAND, of a son.
England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915 (ancestry.com) gives: Name: Peter Bevil E Acland / Year of Registration: 1902 / Quarter of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep / District: Chelsea (1841-1981) / County: Greater London, London, Middlesex / Volume: 1a / Page: 410.


Year 1993 from http://www.thepeerage.com/p3165.htm#i31650
Date and place from "The Genealogy of the Barnett Family" at http://www.kittybrewster.com/ancestry/barnett.htm

Administrative/Biographical History:
Sudan Political Service, 1925-1946 including appointments in Kassala, Darfur and Blue Nile provinces and in Cyrenaica


Bridget Susan Barnett


England & Wales, FreeBMD Birth Index, 1837-1915 (ancestry.com) gives: Name: Bridget Susan Barnett / Year of Registration: 1904 / Quarter of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep / District: Easthampstead (1837-1937) / County: Berkshire / Volume: 2c / Page: 432.
Date and place from "The Genealogy of the Barnett Family" at http://www.kittybrewster.com/ancestry/barnett.htm


Date from http://www.thepeerage.com/p3166.htm
Place from "The Genealogy of the Barnett Family" at http://www.kittybrewster.com/ancestry/barnett.htm


Commander William Alison Dyke Acland

as William A Dyke Acland / Head / married / age 53 / occupation Rear Admiral R.N. J.P. / birthplace Oxfordshire Oxford / living at Rocklands, Chudleigh, with wife Emily A Acland, 6 servants.

as Wm A D Acland / Crew / married / age 43 / occupation Captain R N / birthplace Acland / listed as NOT on board HMS Vorlage on night of 5 Apr 1891.

From http://www.angeltowns.com/town/peerage/baronetsa1.htm.

Captain of H.M.S. Hyacinth in 1888 and 1889, Captain of HMS Volage 1889-1891, Captain of HMS Edgar in 1893 and 1894, Captain of HMS Australia in 1894 and later. From Dictionary of National Biography, vol. 22 Supplement, p. 12 (ancestry.com) and from Armorial Families: A Directory of Coat Armour (ancestry.com).

as William A D Acland / Commander / single / age 33 / birthplace Oxford Oxfordshire / on board the Mosquito, Royal Navy gunboat, China station, positioned at Amoy.

From Armorial Families: A Directory of Coat Armour (ancestry.com).

From UK 1871 census.

as William A D Acland / Grandson / age 23 / occupation Lieutenant R N / birthplace Oxford / living at Wallwood House, Leytonstone, with grandmother Sarah Cotton, mother Sarah Acland, brothers Theodore D and Alfred D Acland, visitors Caroline Hill and Caroline Gates, 10 servants.

as William A Acland / Son / age 3 / birthplace Oxfordshire Oxford / living at 41 Broad Street, Oxford St Mary Magdalen, with parents Henry W and Sarah Acland, brother Henry D Acland, sister Sarah A Acland, scientific assistant T Victor Carns, 6 servants.

as William A D Ackland / Pupil / unmarried / age 13 / occupation Scholar / birthplace Oxford / living at Badmington House (school, head Rev. James C Norman), Clifton, with other boarding pupils.


Date from Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal, The Anne of Exeter Volume, p. 442 (ancestry.com).
Place from UK 1881 census.


Funeral report in The Times, Saturday, 29 Nov 1924, p.15, reads: SIR W.A. DYKE ACLAND. The funeral service for Admiral Sir William Alison Dyke Acland was held yesterday in All Saints' Church, Babbacombe, Devonshire. The officiating clergy were Canon L.W. Bevan (vicar), the Rev. H. Powell, and the Rev. J.L. Noseworthy. Outside the church members of the local Navy and Army Veterans' Association, and Boy Scouts formed a guard of honour, and the mourners present were the Hon. Lady Acland (widow), Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Dyke Acland (son and daughter-in-law), Lieutenant-Commander Hubert G. Dyke Acland, R.N., and Mrs. Dyke Acland (son and daughter-in-law), Mr. Henry Dyke Acland (brother), the Hon. Mrs. Seymour (sister-in-law), and the staff at Wilmead. The burial will be at Holywell Cemetery, Oxford, this morning.
Funeral report in The Times, 1 December 1924, p. 15, reads (in part): SIR WILLIAM DYKE ACLAND. / The burial of Admiral Sir William Alison Dyke Acland too place on Saturday in Holywell Cemetery, Oxford. After the funeral service at Babbacombe, Devon, on Friday, the body was taken to the cathedral, where it remained for the night. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. A. H. Stanton, vicar of St. Peter-in-the-East, Oxford, who read the committal prayers at the graveside. The cathedral choir attended, and the chief mourners were:--- / The Hon. Lady Dyke Acland (widow), Mr. W. H. Dyke Acland (son) and his wife, Lieutenant-Commander Hubert G. Dyke Acland and Mrs. Acland (son and daughter-in-law), Mr. Henry Dyke Acland, Dr. T. Dyke Acland, Captain and Mrs. F. E. Dyke Acland, and Colonel and the Hon. Mrs. A. Dyke Acland (brothers and sisters-in-law), Lieutenant-Commander E. Dyke Acland (cousin), Mr. Arthur Acland (nephew), Miss Cicely Acland, Miss Katharine Acland, and Mrs. Stafford (nieces), Mr. and the Hon. Mrs. Seymour (sister-in-law), Viscount and Viscountess Hambleden, Miss Brinton and Miss M. D. Brinton (cousins), Mrs. Codrington (sister-in-law), Miss Power, Mrs. Abel Smith, Miss Ruth Acland (niece), and Mr. H. A. Dyke Acland (nephew). ...

Admiral, Royal Navy. Deputy Lieutenant of Devon, and a Justice of the Peace for Oxfordshire and Devon. He held the office of Admiral Superintendent of the Gibraltar Dockyard, 1902-1904.


Hon. Emily Anna Smith

as Emily A Acland / Wife / married / age 42 / birthplace London Paddington / living at Rocklands, Chudleigh, with husband William A Dyke Acland, 6 servants.

Notice of will probate in The Times, 22 February 1892, p. 8, states: ... and he bequeaths to the trustees of the marriage settlements of his daughters, Emily Anna, wife of Captain W. A. Dyke Acland, Mabel Danvers, wife of Mr. John Herbert Dudley Ryder, and Beatrice Danvers, wife of Mr. Alfred Dyke Acland, £10,000 for each daughter. ...

as Emily Smith / Daughter / age 12 / birthplace Paddington / living at 2 High Park Street, Paddington St John, with parents William and Emily Smith, half-sister Mary Leach, sisters Helen, Beatrice and Mabel Smith, brother William Smith, 12 servants.

as Emily A Smith / Daughter / unmarried / age 2 / birthplace Middlesex Paddington / living at 1 Hyde Park Street, Paddington St John, with parents William H and Emily Smith, half-sister Mary A Leach, sister Ellen Smith, 7 servants.


Year and place from UK 1871 census.
For date, see Christening notes.


Christening record at London, England, Births and Baptisms, 1813-1906 (ancestry.com) for Saint James, Paddington, gives: BAPTISMS solemnized in the Parish of Paddington in the County of Middlesex in the Year 1859. / Born March 3d 1859 / When Baptized: 1859 April 8th No. 369 / Child's Christian Name: Emily Anna / Parents' Name: William Henry & Emily Smith / Abode: 1 Hyde Park Street / Quality, Trade, or Profession: Gentleman / By whom the Ceremony was performed: Richard William Fitzpatrick Incumbent of Trinity Church Bedford.


Date from "Maximilian Genealogy Master Database 2000" at http://www.peterwestern.f9.co.uk/maximilia/pafg1234.htm.
Death notice in The Times, 30 January 1942, p. 1, reads: ACLAND.---On Jan. 28, 1942, at Barnes Wood, Welwyn, Herts, EMILY ANNA, widow of ADMIRAL SIR WILLIAM ACLAND, C.V.O., and eldest daughter of the late Rt. Hon. W. H. Smith, M.P., in her 83rd year.