Richard then purchased the adjacent property to Park Gate, Broomham Farm before 1688.
Life in Catsfield 1800-1910: History on our Doorstep - Chapter 3 Later 18th & 19th Century Landowners by Don Phillips, pp 9.
Of Westergate, Sussex.
Studied Law at Lincoln's Inn in 1819 and later became paymaster of Queen Victoria's household.
Birth Year: <1817>
Birthplace: Harehills, York, England
Occupation: Incomes Derived From Land Houses Dividends
Marital Status: W <Widowed>
Head of Household: Mary SHIFFNER
Dwelling: Copgrove Hall
Census Place: Copgrove, York, England
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William Dickinson MP
Studied at Edinburgh; MP for Great Marlow, Buckinghamshire 1768-1774; MP for Great Marlow 1768-1774; MP for Rye, Sussex 20 May 1777
-1790 (He succeeded his wife's uncle Rose Fuller who died in 1777) ; MP for Somerset 1796 - 26 May1806.
Captain Rose Henry Fuller RN
Commander Royal Navy
On the 26th. of November, off Cape Rousse, island of Corsica, the boats of the British 74-gun ship Swiftsure, Captain Edward Stirling Dickson, under the orders of Lieutenant William Smith, the 4th, were detached in pursuit of the French privateer schooner Charlemagne, of eight guns and 93 men, who was using every exertion by sweeping to effect her escape. On the approach of the boats, the privateer made every preparation for resistance, and reserved her fire till the boats had opened theirs ; when the schooner returned it in the most determined manner for some minutes, until the boats got close alongside. The British then boarded the Charlemagne on the bow and quarter and instantly carried her ; but not without a serious loss, having had one midshipman (Joseph Douglas) and four seamen killed, and two lieutenants (Rose Henry Fuller and John Harvey, the latter mortally), one lieutenant of marines (James Robert Thompson), one midshipman (----- Field), and 11 seamen wounded
Source: Naval History of Great Britain by William James, Vol VI, p 183
1813 BOATS OF SWIFTSURE BOARD CHARLEMAGNE
Trewman's Exeter Flying Post or Plymouth and Cornish Advertiser (Exeter, England), Thursday, November 21, 1833; Issue 3550.
EXETER, WEDNESDAY, November 20, 1833
On the 15th instant, at 27 Montague-square, the lady of Captain Rose Henry Fuller, R.N., of a son.
Monumental Inscription: St James Anglican Cathedral, Spanish Town, Parish of St. Catherines -
HERE LYETH INTERRED THE BODY OF THE HONBLE RICHARD MILL ESQ MEMBER OF THE COUNCIL RECEIVER GENERAL AND LATE CHIEF JUSTICE OF THIS ISLAND WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 16th DAY OF JUNE 1739 AGED 60 YEARS.
Planter, Member of Jamaica Council, Receiver-General of Customs, of West Grange,Jamaica.
Chief Justice of Jamaica, 1833 - 1835.