Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

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Francis Alexander Mackinnon

Acceded 35th Chief of Clan Mackinnon


Henry Fuller Acland Hood

"Through this toilsome world alas
Once and only once I pass
If a kindness I may show
If a good deed I may do
To any suffering fellow man
Let me do it while I can
No delay, for it is plain
I shall not pass this way again"
Anonymous

Memorial in St Eltheldreda Church, St Audries, Somerset.

Solicitor.

Married by his brother Rev Robert Fuller Acland Hood.


Captain Francis Periam Fuller Acland Hood MC

"Captain Coldstream Guards, Served with distinction in the Great War 1914-1918", memorial St Etheldreda Churchyard, St Audries, Somerset

THE LONDON GAZETTE, 6 MARCH 1925:

Captain FRANCIS PERIAM FULLER ACLAN-HOOD, M.C., Deceased
Pursuant to 22n and 23rd Vic., cap. 35
Notice is hereby given, that all creditors and
Other persons having any clams or demands
Against the estate o Francis Periam Fuller
Acland-Hood, late of 102 Eton-place, London
S.W., a Captain in H.M. Coldstream Guards,
M.C. (who die on the 10th January, 1935, and
Whose will was proved I the Principal Probate
Registry on the 21st February, 1925, by Mrs.
Ruth Ethel Fuller Acland-Hood, the executrix
Therein named) and hereby require to send par-
Ticulars, in writing, of their claims or demands
To us, the undersigned, on or before the 16th
April 1925, after which date the deceased’s estate
Will be distributed, having regard only to the
claims or demands of which notice shall then have
been received. - Dated this 2nd March, 1925.
RADCLIFFES and HOOD,ST BARBE
SLADEN and WING, 10, Little College -
Street, Westminster, S.W.1, Solicitors for
The said Executrix


Rev. Sir Robert Fuller Acland Hood

1881 Census: occupation - scholar, boarded at Eton College, Common Lane, Eton, Buckingham

"Remember Robert Fuller Acland Hood, Priest of the Universities Mission to Central Africa." Memorial in St. Etheldreda Church, St. Audries, Somerset.

Of Old Manor House, Sandgate, Kent.

The London Gazette, 28 June 1912:

ROBERT FULLER ACLAND HOOD, Deceased.
Pursuant to the Statute 22 and 23 Vict., c. 35.
Notice is hereby given that all persons having
Any claims or demands against the estate of
The Reverend Robert Fuller Acland Hood, late of
Rodsall , Shackleford, in the county of Surrey, Clerk
In Holy Orders (who died on the 23rd day of April,
1912, an whose will was proved in the Principal
Probate Registry on the 18th day of June 1912, by
Arthur Fuller Acland Hood and Henry Fuller Acland
Hood, the executors named therein), are required to
Send the particulars of their respective debts or
Claims to us, the undersigned, the Solicitors for the
Said executors named therein), are required to
Send the particulars of their respective debts or
Claims to us, the undersigned, the Solicitors for the
Said executors, on or before the 31s day of July,
1912, after which date the executors will proceed to
Distribute the estate among the persons entitled
Thereto, having regard only to the claims of which
They shall then have had notice. - Dated this 26th
Day of June 1912.
RADCLIFFE and HOOD, 20 Craven-street
Charing Cross, London, Solicitors for the said
Executors


Elspeth Margaret Douglas Acland Hood

Died in infancy.


William Fuller Acland Hood

1881 Census: occupation - student at Stubbington House Boarding School,Titchfield, Hampshire


Charles Birch Reynardson

1881 Census: Lt. Colonel Grenadier Guards


Agatha Isabel Acland Hood Reynardson

Justice of the Peace


Gloria Sybil St.Clair Fane

Known as violet.