Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

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Bradford Noyes

Emigrated to Kanawha County, West Virginia in 1809. Engaged in the business of merchandising, salt-making, etc., which he followed dilligently for more than forty years, thus accumulating a handsome estate.

Source: History of Kanawha from its organization in 1789 until the present time, by Geo. W. Atkinson A.M., Charleston 1876


Richard Charles Bingham 7th Earl of Lucan

Disappeared on 8 November 1974 following the murder of his children's nanny Sandra Rivett. On 11 December 1992 he was presumed deceased by the High Court, Chancery Division. Declared dead October 1999


George Charles Bingham 8th Lord of Lucan

Succeeded to the title of 8th Lord of Lucan on 11 December 1992. On 8 December 1998 he applied to the House of Lords to succeed his father as Baron Bingham, but was refused. http://thepeerage.com/p5141.htm#i51403


William Nutt

Moved to Northumberland County, Virginia in 1660.


Rev Richard Lowndes

Education:MA
Ordination - Deacon: 21 Dec 1817, Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford
Ordination - Priest: 17 May 1818, Christchurch Cathedral, Oxford
Curate: 21 Dec 1817, Crowell, Oxfordshire; 24 Jan 1820, Lasham,Hampshire (salary £76 and fees, and the house).

Of Morden Park, Surrey.
Obtained by Royal License the surname Garth in 1837.


Otto de Gruyter

Went to USA in 1870, returned to Germany for a year, then settled in Charleston, WVin 1873. Was a watch and clock maker by trade.


Rhoda Jane Hill

Distinguished for her "pink blond" complexion.