Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

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Capt. Charles Richard Dyke Acland RN

Died of Blackwater Fever at Simondstown, South Africa on 23 Apr 1828, while commanding HMS Helicon on anti-slavery duties.


Rev Sir Robert Sheffield DD 3rd Bart of Normanby

Education: MA, Christ Church College, Oxford
Ordination - Priest: 20 Feb 1785, Temple Church, London
Rector & Vicar: 21 Feb 1785 - 13 Jan 1822, Flixborough with Burton on Slather, Lincolnshire


Arthur Mills MP

Late M.P. For Exeter


Thomas Dyke Acland 7th Bart

M.P. for Somerset West 28 Jul 1837 to 1847; for N. Devon 1865-85. Became a Fellow of the Royal Society, 20/06/1839.
Education: Harrow, Christchurch Oxford (BA 1831). JP and DL for Devon, Magistrate for Somerset. Hon. Col 3rd Battalion Devon R.V., Major S. Devon Yeomanry Cavalry. Sworn a Privy Councillor 1883. Member of the Atheneum Club.


Mary Mordaunt

Died of Scarlet Fever.


Cicely Acland

Died of Scarlet Fever.


Lieutenant Francis Gilbert Dyke Acland

Know to the family as Gib. Educated at Eton. "His short but successful career in the Rifle Brigade suited him exactly: it was very typical of his lively character hat he brought back from Canada a black bear which gave its name to the Bear's Hut at Killerton and was the scourge and delight of the neighbourhood until it was sent to the London zoo." A Devon Family: the Story of the Aclands by Anne Acland, pp 109. Died unmarried. d.s.p.


Thomas Dyke Acland 7th Bart

M.P. for Somerset West 28 Jul 1837 to 1847; for N. Devon 1865-85. Became a Fellow of the Royal Society, 20/06/1839.
Education: Harrow, Christchurch Oxford (BA 1831). JP and DL for Devon, Magistrate for Somerset. Hon. Col 3rd Battalion Devon R.V., Major S. Devon Yeomanry Cavalry. Sworn a Privy Councillor 1883. Member of the Atheneum Club.


Mary Erskine

Was first cousin of Mary Mordant, Thomas Dyke Acland's first wife.


Arthur Henry Dyke Acland

9 May 1852 - AT Huntsham Court, Devonshire, aged 88, the Rev. Edward Berkeley Troyte, D.C.L., Rectory of Huntsham, and of Packington, Somerset. It is stated that his large estates, worth 7000l-a-year, are bequeathed to Arthur H.D. Acland, esq.,second son of Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, who is to take the name of Troyte. Dr. Troyte has left a legacy of 2000l. to the Devon and Exeter Hospital.Source: The Annual Register, or a View of History and Politics of the Year 1852
Took the name of Troyte on inheriting the estates of Rev. Edward Berkeley Troyte. Died of diptheria.


Rev Peter Leopold Dyke Acland

Rev., Preb. Exeter, Vicar of Broadclyst 1845-96;Sub-dean of Exeter 1887.


Julia Barker

Died of tuberculosis.


Benjamin Dyke Acland

Lieutenant R.N. Active List , unmarried at time of 1881 Census