The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex
John Fuller, "Mad Jack"
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John Fuller, of Rose Hill, was the only son of the Rev. Henry Fuller and very early in his life he succeeded to the Brightling estate and to a very handsome fortune. John Fuller was returned to Parliament for the county at the general elections of 1801, 1802 and 1806. He was also a patron of the arts - J.M.W. Turner's drawings of "The Vale of Heathfield," "Ashburnham," and "Brightling Observatory" - music and literature lover, and in 1829, he purchased and preserved Bodiam Castle.

See also The Worthies of Sussex by M.A. Lower published in 1865 and
20th Feb 1757
11th Apr 1834

No ancestor's report
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Fullar, Fuller, Fuler individual records

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