Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

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Francis Annesley MP

Barrister Education: Inner Temple (admitted 1684) Called to the Bar (1690); Bencher of the Inner Temple (1713); MP in the Irish Parliament (1695-1699, 1703); Commissioner for the sale of forfeited estates in Ireland (1695); MP for Preston (1705-1708); MP for Westbury (1708-1715, 1722-1734); Commissioner to build 50 new churches in London (1711); Commissioner of Public Accounts (1711-1714); Trustee for the forfeited estates of Henry St John, Viscount Bolingbroke (1716); looked after the business affairs of John Percival, 1st Earl of Egmont (FRS 1701), and Henry Petty, 1st Earl of Shelburne (FRS 1696); retired on being stricken by palsy (1743); his son Arthur took out a writ of lunacy against him (1746)
FRS 1704


Sir Richard Fowler 2nd Bart of Harnage Grange

Was MP for Radnor from 1714-1722.


Richard Sloane Fowler

d.s.p.


Francis Annesley MP

Barrister Education: Inner Temple (admitted 1684) Called to the Bar (1690); Bencher of the Inner Temple (1713); MP in the Irish Parliament (1695-1699, 1703); Commissioner for the sale of forfeited estates in Ireland (1695); MP for Preston (1705-1708); MP for Westbury (1708-1715, 1722-1734); Commissioner to build 50 new churches in London (1711); Commissioner of Public Accounts (1711-1714); Trustee for the forfeited estates of Henry St John, Viscount Bolingbroke (1716); looked after the business affairs of John Percival, 1st Earl of Egmont (FRS 1701), and Henry Petty, 1st Earl of Shelburne (FRS 1696); retired on being stricken by palsy (1743); his son Arthur took out a writ of lunacy against him (1746)
FRS 1704


James Annesley

d.s.p.


Arthur Annesley

d.s.p.


Francis Annesley MP

Barrister Education: Inner Temple (admitted 1684) Called to the Bar (1690); Bencher of the Inner Temple (1713); MP in the Irish Parliament (1695-1699, 1703); Commissioner for the sale of forfeited estates in Ireland (1695); MP for Preston (1705-1708); MP for Westbury (1708-1715, 1722-1734); Commissioner to build 50 new churches in London (1711); Commissioner of Public Accounts (1711-1714); Trustee for the forfeited estates of Henry St John, Viscount Bolingbroke (1716); looked after the business affairs of John Percival, 1st Earl of Egmont (FRS 1701), and Henry Petty, 1st Earl of Shelburne (FRS 1696); retired on being stricken by palsy (1743); his son Arthur took out a writ of lunacy against him (1746)
FRS 1704


Sir William Fowler 1st Bart of Harnage Grange

Created Baronet by Queen Anne, 1 November 1704.


William Fowler

Died in infancy.


Colonel Thomas Hodges

Of the Guards.


Sir Francis Drake 1st Bart

Was created Baronet 2 August 1622. Inherited the estate of his uncle the famed Sir Admiral Francis Drake.


Jane Bamfield

Alternate spelling: Bampfylde.


Sir Francis Drake 1st Bart

Was created Baronet 2 August 1622. Inherited the estate of his uncle the famed Sir Admiral Francis Drake.