Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

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Rev. Francis Lunn

VENN Adm. sizar at ST JOHN'S, June 30, 1814. Of Lincs. [S. of Grigg and Maria. B. at Brasted, Kent, Oct. 14, 1795. School, Eton.] ' Matric. Michs. 1814; Scholar 1817; B.A. 1818; M.A. 1821. Adm. a member of Trinity, Nov. 22, 1833. Ord. deacon (Gloucester, for London) July 9, 1820; priest (Chester, for London) Oct. 5, 1820. V. of Butleigh with Baltonsborough, Somerset, 1828-39. F.R.S., 1819. Married, Dec. 7, 1837, Elizabeth Perriam, dau. of Alexander Hood, Capt. R.N. Assisted E. D. Clarke in his experiments in isolating cadmium from zinc, 1822. On Clarke's death in 1820, the Heads nominated Henslow and him for the Professorship of Mineralogy. Died Aug. 4, 1839 (Life and Remains of E. D. Clarke, 659; Sedgwick, Life, I. 237; Winstanley, Early Victorian Cambridge, 37; G. Mag., 1839, II. 325; Eton School Lists; Sir Wasey Sterry.)

Treasurer: Butleigh with the Chapelry of Balthonsborough annex


Rev. George Lewis

The British General James Woolfe who died in the Battle of Quebec in 1759 was born in the vicarage in Westerham, Kent and later moved to Spiers House in the same village which is now owned by The National Trust. General Woolfe was baptized by the Rev. George Lewis. Source: Derek Wenham


Hannah Lewis

Died unmarried.


Dr. Michael David Irving Gass KCMG

KCMG = Knight Commander of the Most noble order of the Garter
High Commissioner British Western Pacific Territories 6 Mar 1969 - Jul 1971


Elizabeth Periam Fuller Acland Hood

High Sherriff of Somerset 1994
Deputy Lieutenant of Somerset 1995
Lady Elizabeth Gass ,Lord Lieutenant of Somerset since 1998
Fairfield, Stogursey, Bridgwater, Somerset, TA5 IPU.

Her Majesty's Lord-Lieutenant of a County is an Honorary Officer appointed by The Queen on the advice of the Prime Minister. He or she is the permanent representative of the Crown in that County and normally serves until retirement at between 70 and 75 years of age. Somerset Lieutenancy covers the historic County of Somerset; The boundary is the same as that of the diocese of Bath and Wells.


English Heritage Commissioner, Patron of Wells Cathedral

Lady Gass's father, the Hon. John Acland-Hood was the younger son of Lord St Audries. The elder son, Peregrine, became the last Lord St Audries, and lived at Fairfield House until his death. As he died without issue, Lady Gass, as the eldest of the Hon. John Acland-Hood's three daughters, inherited the estate.


Mary Mildred Fuller Acland Hood

ISBN : 0946777152 Title : Uranium and Nuclear Energy: International Symposium Proceedings Authors : Acland-Hood, Mary Binding : Paperback Publisher : Uranium Institute Publication Date : Jan 1 1989

2 Wootton Hill Farm, Glastonbury, Somerset BA6 8TU


Frank Thomas Blackaby

"Frank Blackaby, who has died of cancer aged 78, made his mark in two fields - economics and peace research. The influence he had in both is a testament to the passion of his beliefs and his writing, and he demonstrated his high moral sense by being a conscientious objector, working during the war with the Friends Ambulance Service.
Brought up within a non-Conformist family, he went to the Perse School, Cambridge. With Cambridge degrees in classics and economics, he began his career as an economist at the Treasury. In 1958, he moved to the London-based National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR), and, between 1963 and 1968, edited its economics review, the first independent contribution to the understanding of the economic situation of the day. " http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/2000/may/20/guardianobituaries, The Guardian, Saturday 20 May 2000

Had one son with first wife. Mary Mildred Fuller Acland Hood was second wife.


Mary Mildred Fuller Acland Hood

ISBN : 0946777152 Title : Uranium and Nuclear Energy: International Symposium Proceedings Authors : Acland-Hood, Mary Binding : Paperback Publisher : Uranium Institute Publication Date : Jan 1 1989

2 Wootton Hill Farm, Glastonbury, Somerset BA6 8TU


Sylvia Fuller Acland Hood

Leigholt Farmhouse, SomertonRd, Street, Somerset BA16 0SU