Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller


Rev. Sir George Croxton Shiffner 4th Bart

Rector of Hamey for 58 years from 1818 to 1906. Rural Dean of Lewes 1867. Of Coombe Place, Hamsey, Sussex.

Deaths Mar 1906
Shiffner George Croxton 86 Lewes 2b 120

ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE.- On the 12th inst. Rev. George Croxton Shiffner, M.A., was instituted by the Lord Bishop of Chichester, to the Rectory of Hamsey, vacated by the cession of the Rev. George Shiffner, - patron, Sir Henry Shiffner, Bart, of Coombe, Sussex.
Source: Hampshire Telegraph and Sussex Chronicle etc (Portsmouth, England); Saturday, December 16, 1848; Issue 2567.

"Hamsey - Gentry: Shiffner, Rev. George Croxon" Source: Kelly's Directory, 1855
" Hamsey- the living is a rectory, net yearly value £ 500,with residence in the gift of and held since 1848 by the Rev. Sir George Croxton Shiffner bart, MA of Christ Church, Oxford, rural dean of the first division of Lewes rural deanery.... The principal landowners are the Rev Sir George C Shiffner bart, Sir W Walter Burrell, bart MP and Edward Partington esq, who is lord of the manor. " Source: Kelly's Directory, 1882, Hamsey.

Elizabeth Greenall

Elizabeth SHIFFNER (Nee Greenall)
Other Information:
Birth Year <1834>
Birthplace Winwick, Lancashire, England
Age 47
Occupation Incomes Derived From Land Houses Dividends
Marital Status M <Married>
Head of Household Mary SHIFFNER
Relation Niece
Source Information:
Dwelling Copgrove Hall
Census Place Copgrove, York, England
Family History Library Film 1342031
Public Records Office Reference RG11
Piece / Folio 4321 / 84
Page Number 15

Elizabeth Frances Shiffner

Known as Bett. Died unmarried.

Eleanor Isabella Shiffner

Known as Nellie. Died unmarried.

Lt-Col. William James Scarlett

Residence: Gigha, Argyllshire, Scotland

Matthew Shiffner

Was a Russian subject who became a naturalized Englishman in 1711 under the Act 7 Anne, c.5 (1708) and is described as 'an Antient Member of the Russia Company in England'.

By the Banks of The Neva: Chapters from the lives and careers of the British in Eighteenth-Centruy Russia
By Anthony Cross

Matthew Shiffner (d. 1756), said to be the son of an archbishop of Riga. Shiffner became a naturalized Englishman in 1711, joined the Russian Company, and settled eventually in London, conducting the English end of the business from his office in Broad Street. His sons Henry (1721-95) and John obtained their freedoms by patrimony in 1743 and 1750 respectively and joined the firm (Shiffner & Wolff)...
Finally it is not without significance that Shiffner and Wolff, irrespective of their own merits, became the most successful firm (among the British) precisely in the reign of Anna: Matthew Shiffner's wife had been governess to the Duchess of Kurland, the future empress, who was godmother to the Shiffners' daughter Benigna. Page 56

Samuel Shiffner


Matthew Shiffner


Matthew Dorrien

A London Merchant.

Vincent John Biscoe

West India Merchant.
Aceded at Hookwood, Surrey.

Henry Shiffner

MP for Minehead.