Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

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Sir John Gainsford

RH7 History Group Factsheet: http://www.rh7.org/factshts/gainsfrd.pdf

We are not sure when Sir John Gainsford was born, but it was probably around 1469. During his life he was married six times and had twenty children – fifteen daughters and five sons.
Sir John was appointed Sheriff of Surrey at least three times, in 1500, 1517 and 1533; this was at a time when there were only four Justices in the whole of Surrey and so Sir John must have been quite a notable in the county.


Sir John Gainsford

RH7 History Group Factsheet: http://www.rh7.org/factshts/gainsfrd.pdf

We are not sure when Sir John Gainsford was born, but it was probably around 1469. During his life he was married six times and had twenty children – fifteen daughters and five sons.
Sir John was appointed Sheriff of Surrey at least three times, in 1500, 1517 and 1533; this was at a time when there were only four Justices in the whole of Surrey and so Sir John must have been quite a notable in the county.


Richard Bostock MP

MP of Bletchingly 1571- 1589
dsp

Bostock was a local man, on good terms with the Howards of Effingham, who owned land in Tandridge, a manor Bostock had purchased from Thomas Bradshaw in 1555. Bostock also owned the manors of Oxted, Gaston, Wathamsted and Westhall, and acquired the site and lands of Tandridge priory and park. Two years before his death he created a trust giving himself a life interest in these properties, after which they were to go to his nephew, Bostock Fuller.
Source: http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1558-1603/member/bostock-richard-1530-16056


Katherine Field

dsp


Richard Bostock MP

MP of Bletchingly 1571- 1589
dsp

Bostock was a local man, on good terms with the Howards of Effingham, who owned land in Tandridge, a manor Bostock had purchased from Thomas Bradshaw in 1555. Bostock also owned the manors of Oxted, Gaston, Wathamsted and Westhall, and acquired the site and lands of Tandridge priory and park. Two years before his death he created a trust giving himself a life interest in these properties, after which they were to go to his nephew, Bostock Fuller.
Source: http://www.historyofparliamentonline.org/volume/1558-1603/member/bostock-richard-1530-16056


Matthew Skevington

Of Newton Blossonby, Bucks.


Sir Richard Langley

Knighted 6 Mar 1672. dsp