Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller


Col Peter Beckford

King William having appointed William Selwyn to be the governor of the island of Jamaica, he died soon after his arrival. The council of the island then elected Peter Beckford, Esq., to act as lieutenant-governor in Mr. Selwyn's room, and he governed the island at King William's death in 1702, and also proclaimed Queen Anne. He was president of the council and commander-in-chief of the army. Besides distinguishing himself against the French, his great opulence gained him a superiority over most of the planters. T. Handasyd, Esq., was sent out from England as lieutenant-governor soon afterwards. Mr. Beckford died suddenly, in a fit of passion, in 1710, and left behind him two sons, Peter, the elder son, Speaker of the House of Assembly for the island, and Thomas. He was twice married. Source:

Thomas Beckford

Killed by a gentleman he had offended.

Richard Howard 4th Earl of Effingham

dsp At his death, the Earlom of Effingham became extinct.

Thomas Howard 3rd Earl of Effingham

Governor of Jamaica 1790-1791. dsp

George Ellis

Chief Justice of Jamaica.

Lady Albinia Bertie


Susanna Love

Had two daughters and one son.