Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller


Jane Bridget Campion

Died unmarried.

Henry Francis Campion

Died in infancey.

Henry Francis Campion

At Danny, aged seven years, Henry Francis Campion, eldest son of William John Campion, esq. of Danny, in this county, He was a child of greatest promise, and the circumstancs of his death were particularly melancholy. A spark from the fire, which had just been lighted, communicating to his night-dress, it instantly burst into flames, by which the child was so much burnt, that he only survived the accident two days.

Source: The Monthly Magazine or British Register Vol XXIX Part I. for 1810, page 189.

Francis Mottley Austen Esq.

Of Kippington, Kent.

Rev Augustus Packe

Education: BA, MA, Christ's College, Cambridge
Ordination - Deacon: 14 Jun 1829 , Christ's College Chapel, Cambridge
Ordination - Priest: 27 Feb 1831, Buckden, Huntingdonshire
Stipendiary Curate: 14 Jun 1829 Thrussington, Leicestershire; 07 Jan 1830 Brocklesby, Lincolnshire; 19 Mar 1832 Brooksby, Leicestershire.

Rector of Walton, Leicestershire.

Rev. Charles Heathcote Campion

Rector of Westmeston, Sussex. Had four sons.

James Slater

Of Newick Park, Sussex.

Esq. John Page

Of Oporto.

Levi Ziegler Leiter

A Chicago millionaire of German Lutheran origin and a cofounder of the department store Field & Leiter (now known as Marshall Field .

Sir Oswald Ernald Mosley

British politician and the founder and leader of the British fascist party.

Edward Metcalf

Edward "Fruity" Metcalfe, the best friend of Edward VIII.

Alexandra Naldera Curzon

Best known as Baba Metcalfe, she later became a mistress of her brother-in-law Oswald Mosley , as did her stepmother, Grace).