Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

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William Alloway

Of Minehead.


William Dickinson MP

"He was educated at Oxford, where he took the degree of M.A. as a member of Christ Church in 1795, and that of B.C.L. as a member of All Souls in 1799. He was called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn Feb 6 1796. He was first returned to Parliament for Ilchester, in the same year; and in 1802 for Lostwithiel in conjunction with Colonel Hans Sloane (who married another Miss Fuller). In May 1804, on the return of Mr. Pitt to office, he was nominated a Lord of the Admiralty, and re-elected for Lostwithiel. In 1806, on the death of his father, he succeeded him as one of the members for Somersetshire, and he continued to represent that county, during six Parliaments, until the year 1831, when, disapproving of the Reform Bill, he was defeated by Mr. Gore Langton. He had latterly abstained from taking any part in politial affairs."
Source: Gentleman's Magazine, 1837

MP for seven consecutive parliaments.

ILCHESTER 1796 - 1802
LOSTWITHIEL 1802 - 1806
SOMERSET 1806 - 1831

http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1790-1820/member/dickinson-william-ii-1771-1837


Francis Henry Dickinson MP

Justice of the peace, Magistrate, MP for West Somerset in 1841.

Building of the modern Kingweston
In 1745, Caleb Dickinson bought the Estate of Kingweston and gradually rebuilt the village. The present church of All Saints was built by F H Dickinson in 1855, it seats 120 parishioners. Inside the church are various inscriptions referring to the former Norman church. The door and font are from the original church. The church registers' date from 1608.


Henry Dickinson

Died in infancy.


Rev. Carey Dickinson

Vicar the cathedal, Truro.


Thomas Charles Agar-Robartes Viscount Clifden 6th

MP for East Cornwall in 1880. Was Lord-Lieutenant of Cambridgeshire from 1906 to 1915.


Capt. Thomas Charles Reginald Agar-Robartes

Known as Tommy. Was MP for Bodmin in 1906. Was wounded in the Battle of Loos on 28 September and killed by a sniper on 30 September 1915 after rescuing a wounded comrade under heavy fire for which he was recommended for the Victoria Cross.


Francis Gerald Agar-Robartes Viscount Clifden 7th of Gowran

Died unmarried.


Rev. Canon Hon. Reginald John Yarde-Buller

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