Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

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Rev Peter Leopold Dyke Acland

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


John Barton Arundel Dyke Acland

Educated at Harrow; Christ Church Oxford.
In 1855 John Acland arrived in Canterbury on the "Mary Stuart", with his business partner, Charles George Tripp. They were the first white men to explore the uplands of the Rangitata. They established Mount Peel Station, which became Acland's property after the partnership was dissolved in 1862, and is still in the hands of the Acland family, descendants of John and his wife Emily Harper, who were married in 1860.
J B A Acland was appointed to the Legislative Council in 1863 and represented South Canterbury for 34 years. Locally, he was Chairman of the Mt Peel Road Board 1870-1900, member of the Geraldine Road Board, a member of the Board of Governors of Canterbury College (1873-1878) and the Senate of the University of New Zealand.
The Church of the Holy Innocents at Mount Peel Station, South Canterbury, New Zealand was a gift to the community by John Barton Arundel (1823-1904) and consecrated by his father-in-law, Bishop Henry John Chitty Harper, in 1869.


Emily Dyke Acland

Died at 7 1/2 months of age.


Sir John Acland

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Sir John Acland

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