Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

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Thomas Dyke Acland 6th Bart

Known to the family as "The Great Sir Thomas". Politician and Philanthropist. M.P. for Devon 1812-18, 1820-31 and for North Devon 1837-57.

as Sir Thos Dyke Acland Bart / Head / married / age 64 / occupation M.P. Land Owner / birthplace London / living at Killerton House, Broad Clyst, with wife Lydia Elizabeth Lady Acland, daughter Lydia Dorothy Acland, Elizabeth Mills Hill, visitor son-in-law Arthur Mills, visitor daughter Agnes Lucy Mills, visitor grandson Francis Arthur Mordaunt Mills, visitor Revd Francis Robt Hepburn, 17 servants + 3 visitor servants.

From UK 1861 census.

as Sir Thomas Dyke Acland Bart / Head / widower / age 74 / occupation Landed Proprietor / birthplace London Southandleigh / living at Killerton House, Broad Clyst, with grandsons Barton Reginald Vaughan Mills (age 3) and Dudley Acland Mills (age 1) (Children of A Mills Esq M.P.), 18 servants.

as Thomas Dyke Acland / Head / widower / age 84 / occupation Baronet Landowner Magistrate / birthplace St Georges London / living at Killerton House, Broad Clyst, with daughter-in-law Mary Acland (age 64), granddaughters Mary Lydia (age 24) and Agnes Henrietta (age 20) Acland, 19 servants.

England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1861-1941 (ancestry.com) gives: [1871] / ACLAND Sir Thomas Dyke Bart. / Effects under £70,000. / 5 September. / The Will with thirteen Codicils of Sir Thomas Dyke Acland late of Killerton in the County of Devon Baronet who died 22 July 1871 at Killerton was proved at Exeter by Sir Thomas Dyke Acland of Killerton Baronet and the Reverend Peter Leopold Dyke Acland of Broadclyst in the said County Clerk the Sons and Arthur Mills of Budehaven in the County of Cornwall Esquire the Executors.

Born in South Audley Street, London. Date and place from "Tim Sandberg's Genealogy Database" at RootsWeb.com.

Date and place from "Tim Sandberg's Genealogy Database" at RootsWeb.com.

Name from "Tim Sandberg's Genealogy Database" at RootsWeb.com.


Lydia Elizabeth Hoare

Died in London while visiting daughter Agnes.

as Lydia Elizabeth Lady Acland / Wife / married / age 64 / birthplace London / living at Killerton House, Broad Clyst, with husband Sir Thos Dyke Acland Bart, daughter Lydia Dorothy Acland, Elizabeth Mills Hill, visitor son-in-law Arthur Mills, visitor daughter Agnes Lucy Mills, visitor grandson Francis Arthur Mordaunt Mills, visitor Revd Francis Robt Hepburn, 17 servants + 3 visitor servants.

In Mitcham Grove, Surrey. Date and place from "Tim Sandberg's Genealogy Database" at RootsWeb.com.

Date from "Tim Sandberg's Genealogy Database" at RootsWeb.com.
Death notice in The Gentleman's Magazine, August 1856, p. 257, reads: June 23, suddenly, at Hyde-park Gardens, London, the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mills, aged 69, Lydia Elizabeth, wife of Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, Bart., M.P., of Killerton, Devonshire. The funeral of the late lamented Lady Acland took place on Saturday evening last, in the yard of the old family chapel of Columbjohn, and was attended in large numbers by the tenantry and their wives, by the poor, and by almost the whole neighbourhood. The scene was one of the most simple but affecting description, and the demeanour of all present evinced not only their reverence for the sacred rite then performing, but also their deep feeling for the departed, and her surviving relatives. The funeral was attended by Sir Thomas Acland and his four sons, by several grandchildren, by Lady Acland's nephews (sons of her brothers, Mr. George and Archdeacon Hoare) by Lord Carnarvon, Lord and Mr. Charles Courtenay, Right Hon. John Fortescue, Mr. Hoare of Luscombe, Mr. Blencowe, Mr. Jenkinson, Dr. Miller, and several other private friends. In the evening the procession started from the house, soon after six o'clock, and consisted of a hearse and four horses; mourning coaches with four horses each; three private carriages; and by some 300 or 400 of the tenantry on the estate. The Rev. J. Hellings, and the Rev. ---Appom officiated on the occasion. As a prooof of the reverential feeling exhibited by the attendants, it may be stated that on the Lord's Prayer, in the funeral service, being commenced, every one in the chapel-yard, amounting to several hundreds, immediately knelt, and continued n that posture till the whole was concluded.

Buried at Columbjohn chapel. See death notes.

Name from "Tim Sandberg's Genealogy Database" at RootsWeb.com.
Daughter of banker Henry Hoare, Esq., of Mitcham Grove, Surrey. From Report published by Royal Society of Literature (Great Britain), 1823, p. 16.


Lydia Dorothea Acland

Was an invalid.


Lt. Charles Baldwin Dyke Acland RN

Transcript from memorial in All Saints Church, Selworthy, Somerset. Memorial sculpted by Chantrey.

'Charles Baldwyn Dyke Acland, Third son of Sir Thomas and Lady Acland, was born November 1ST, 1812, entered the Naval Service in the fourteenth yar of his age on Board of H.M.S. HELICON, under the command of his uncle, Captain Charles Acland, like him in the cause of humanity fearlessly exposed his life to the deatly influence of African fever, and so died, full of faith and hope, and devout affection, May 10th, 1837, off the bight of Benin , and was buried in the island of Ascension, this affliction was made known to his parents on the 17th day of July following, and on the 31st day of the same month, it pleased God to remove from the boson of their family , in the tenth year of his life Dudley Reginald Pike Acland a good little boy, early ripened for heaven, by the mercy of him, who would have little children to come unto him, "And he took them", and "blessed them"the Lord gave, the Lord hath taken away. Blessed be the name of the Lord"

Notes: '1837 Received from Sir Thomas Acland Bart. an order for a draped sarcophagus, large size in memory of Two of his sons, to be a companion to that executed in remembrance of his brother Capt Acland, with two profiles price 200 gns.' Acland died of fever during anti-slavery operations.


Sir Richard Hoare

Lord Mayor of London 1745. Elected Fellow of the Royal Society, 7/05/1752.


Rev John Faithful Grover Fortescue

Education: BA Trinity College, Cambridge
Ordination - Priest: 23 Sept 1810 Chapel of Palace, Fulham
By Bishop John Randolph/Londn 1809-1813
Curate: Theydon Garnon 23 Sept 1810
Perpetual Curate: Berners Roding 06 June 1811
Rector: Colchester St giles 16 Dec 1811
Curate: Brentwood 14 Apr 1826
Perpetual Curate: Brentwod 23 Jan 1829