Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

Notes


John Bridger

John matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford. He later served as Deputy Lieutenant of Sussex and Deputy Master of Horse to George II. He was also a Colonel of Militia for Rape and Lewes.
Source: http://www.olympus.net/personal/wtclark/bridger/bfhpg6.html


Frances Bridger

Died unmarried.


Mary Bridger

Died in infancy.


Richard Bridger

Became Cashier of the Bank of England. Died unmarried and bequeathed his estate to his housekeeper.


Susan Bridger

Died unmarried.


Henry Bridger

Died in infancy.


Rev. George Lewis

The British General James Woolfe who died in the Battle of Quebec in 1759 was born in the vicarage in Westerham, Kent and later moved to Spiers House in the same village which is now owned by The National Trust. General Woolfe was baptized by the Rev. George Lewis. Source: Derek Wenham


George Wenham Lewis

Ocupation: attorney
JP of Lewes
Inherited Hamsey estates on the death of the Rev. John Wenham in 1773, selling the advowson to Sir John Bridger in 1777.


Major General Robert Lewis

In HM's 89th Regiment of foot serving forces. Souce: Derek Wenham


Fuller Wenham Lewis

UK Census: 1851 living in Westfield Grange House Westerham Kent (Landed Proprietor).

1861 living in Westerham, Kent, England. (Living with brother Edward Samuel Lewis who was a clergyman w/o church)


Jenny Jubilee Shaw

She survived A.E. Jessup and remarried. No children with A.E. Jessup.


Elizabeth Alford

Of Offington.


Richard Bridger

Died in infancy.


Walter Bridger

Died in infancy.


Sarah Bridger

Died in infancy.


Sir John Bridger

Matriculated at Christ Church, Oxford. Appointed Standard Bearer to the Gentleman Pensioners in 1758. Knighted at the Coronation of George III in 1761. Surveyor of Highways for Hamsey, 1765-76. Appointed Sheriff of Sussex in 1780.
Source: http://www.olympus.net/personal/wtclark/bridger/bfhpg10.html


Frances Bridger

Died in infancy.