Genealogy of John "Mad Jack" Fuller

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Rt. Hon. Sir Arthur Herbert Dyke Acland 9th Bart


Acland, Arthur Herbert Dyke, ed. A Guide to the Choice of Books for Students and General Readers. London:. E. Stanford, 1891. LS http://www.wsulibs.wsu.edu/holland/masc/woolflibrary.htm

MP for Yorkshire WR (Rotherham Div).

Education: Rugby, Christchurch Oxford, Bursar of Balliol College, Hon. Fellow of Balliol College. M.A. In Holy Orders, principal of the Oxford Military School.

Member of Atheneum, National Liberal and Reform Clubs.

Born, 1847; educated at Rugby, Christchurch College Oxford; Steward and senior student at Christchurch; Senior Bursar and Honorary Fellow of Balliol College Oxford; Vice-president, Committee of Council on Education, 1892-1895; MP for Rotherham, Yorkshire, 1885-1899; member of the Governing Body, Imperial College, 1907-1925; Chairman, Executive Committee, Imperial College; died, 1926. Born, 1847; educated at Rugby, Christchurch College Oxford; Steward and senior student at Christchurch; Senior Bursar and Honorary Fellow of Balliol College Oxford; Vice-president, Committee of Council on Education, 1892-1895; MP for Rotherham, Yorkshire, 1885-1899; member of the Governing Body, Imperial College, 1907-1925; Chairman, Executive Committee, Imperial College; died, 1926. Publications: include: A Handbook in Outline of the Political History of England ... chronologically arranged with Cyril Ransome (Rivingtons, London, 1882 [1881]); The Education of Citizens. Being the substance of lectures delivered ... to ... Co-operative Societies ... Decr 1882 and January 1883 (Central Co-operative Board, Manchester, [1883]); Working Men Co-operators ... An account of the Artisans Cooperative Movement in Great Britain, with information how to promote it Benjamin Jones (Cassell & Co, London, 1884); A Guide to the Choice of Books editor (E Stanford, London, 1891); Studies in Secondary Education edited with Sir Hubert Llewellyn Smith (Percival & Co, London, 1892); The patriotic poetry of William Wordsworth . A selection, with introduction and notes (Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1915).

Resigned as MP for West Yorkshire due to ill health on 28 Feb 1899.


Alice Sophia Cunningham

Known to the family as Elsie. Was pregnant with Mabel Alice at age 42.


Sir John Walrond Walrond Bart

1881 Census: lived at 45 Lower Brook Street,London


Frances Caroline Hood

Known as Fanny


Rev. Samuel Hood

"Marble memorial with a grey marble surround to Revd Samuel Hood MA 37” across. Inscription: Near this place lie the remains of the Revd. SAMUEL HOOD M. A. who was Vicar of this Parish, with Balstonsbury united 38 years and a Prebendary of the Cathedral Church of Wells. He was presented to the Vicarage of Thorncombe in 1761, and to the Rectory of Holcombe Burnel in 1765, both in the County of Devon, where he Continued to Preach the Doctrine of his blessed Redeemer with unremitting Zeal and Purity to a very late Period of his Life which ended June 28th 1777. He died in the 85th Year of his Age. Piety, Benevolence & Learning, distinguished his Character, his Example taught what He preached, for He always practised what he taught. Here also lie MARY his faithful Wife, who died Oct. 10th 1766, Aged 66 years and Mary, Richard and John three of their Children who all died very young. Likewise the Remains of the Revd Arthur William Hood Doctor of Divinity and a Prebendary of the Church of Wells, Who succeeded his worthy Father in this Vicarage in 1765 piously followed his Example and Precepts, and he died Novr 23rd 1768 aged 38 years. Also to the Memory of Anne Daughter of the Revd. Saml. Hood who died April 1796"
Source: Memorial in Butleigh Church, http://butleigh.org/ChurchMemorials.html

Education: BA, MA Lincoln College, oxford
Ordained - Deacon: 12 Mar 1715
Ordained - Priest: 27 May 1716, Christchurch Cathedral
Vicar: 19 Aug 1723 - 13 Apr 1761, Butleigh, Somerset
Pebendary: 14 Dec 1736 - 14 Dec 1777, Wells Cathedral, Prebend of Combe XIII


Rev Arthur William Hood

Likewise the Remains of the Revd Arthur William Hood Doctor of Divinity and a Prebendary of the Church of Wells, Who succeeded his worthy Father in this Vicarage in 1765 piously followed his Example and Precepts, and he died Novr 23rd 1768 aged 38 years.
Source: Butleigh Church Memorial - http://butleigh.org/ChurchMemorials.html


Richard Hood

Died in childhood.


John Hood

Died in childhood.


Mary Hood

Died in childhood.


Samuel Hood First Viscount Hood

Hood, Samuel Hood, 1st Viscount, 1724–1816, British admiral. Entering the navy in 1741, he served with distinction in the Seven Years War. In 1781 he was sent to the West Indies as second in command to Lord Rodney. He fought in many engagements in the American Revolution, including the victory (1782) over the French fleet under the comte de Grasse (who had earlier defeated Hood) off Dominica. As commander in chief in the Mediterranean he captured Toulon (1793) and Corsica (1794). He was created viscount in 1796.
Source: Colombia University Press Encylopaedia

Mount Hood was named for Admiral Samuel Hood on October 29, 1792 by Lt. William Broughton , a member of Captain George Vancouver's discovery expedition. A volcanic peak, 3,426.7 m (11,235 ft) high, in the Cascade Range of northwest Oregon, it is the highest elevation in the state.

MP for Westminster - 17 May 1784; 2 Jul 1790.