Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

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Catherine Mary Ann Austin

Died following a "domestic accident" in 1935 at age 89.


Henry Marmaduke Langdale

Member of the Royal College of Surgeons and L. S. A. of Uckfield, Sussex.


George Trist

Of Elliot Lodge, Sydenham.


Georgina Elizabeth Brown

Mother of two sons and one daughter.


Rev Thomas Charles Brown

Education: BA, Jesus College, Oxford
Ordination - Deacon: 23 Jan 1831, Bristol Cathedral
Stipendiary Curate: 15 Dec 1826 Somersham, Huntingdonshire (Stipend £150 with surplice fees and use of a house)

Later curate at St Peters, Pimlico, London.


Christopher Clarke

Father of five children.


Lancelot Charles Brown

Served in South Africa in the 11th Regiment (army).


James Rust

Rust, James.(Huntingdonsh.) S. of James Rust, esq., a magistrate for Hunts and a banker at Huntingdon, by Margaret, d. of Lancelot Brown, esq. B. at Great Gransden, Huntingdonsh., 1798; m. 1st, 1829, only d. of Lieut.-Col. Rowles; 2ndly, 1837, eld. d. of Col. Roberts. Educated at Rugby and at University Coll., Oxford; elected a Fellow of the latter 1823, resigned 1829; was 1st in classics 1819. Called to the bar at Lincoln's Inn 1825, but relinquished practice in 1836. A magistrate of Huntingdonsh. and Chairman of Quarter Sessions since 1840, a Deputy-Lieut. of that co. since 1842. First elected for Huntindonsh. Oct. 1855, without opposition.- Athenoeum; Alconbury House, near Huntingdon.
Source: Dodd's Parliamentary Companion, 1857 - p. 264