Anna Fullarton

(24 January 1794 - )
     Anna Fullarton was christened on 24 January 1794 in Kilbride, Isle of Arran, Bute. She was the daughter of Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations) and Elizabeth Fullerton.

Elizabeth Raey Fullarton

(circa 1760 - 6 October 1845)
     Elizabeth Raey Fullarton was born circa 1760 in Kilmichael, Kilbride, Isle of Arran, Bute. She was the daughter of Lewis Fullarton.
Elizabeth Raey Fullarton married John Goldie in June 1779 in Kilmichael House, Kilbride, Isle of Arran, Bute. Lately was married, at Kilmichael House, Island of Arran, Mr John Goldie, jun., writer, Kilmarnock, to Miss Elizabeth Rases? Fullarton, daughter of thedeceased Lewis Fullarton, Esq., of Kilmichael.
     Elizabeth died At Edinburgh, on the 6th inst. Elizabeth Reay Fullarton,elest daughter of the late Lewis Fullarton, Esq., of Kilmichael, Island of Arran, aged 77 yars. on 6 October 1845 in Edinburgh.

Child of Elizabeth Raey Fullarton and John Goldie

Isabella Fullarton

(circa 1774 - 21 January 1864)
     Isabella Fullarton was born circa 1774 in Kilbride, Isle of Arran, Bute. She was the daughter of Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations) and Susanna Stuart.
Isabella Fullarton married John Mackinnon DD, son of Duncan Mackinnon, on 28 November 1802 in Kilmichael House, Kilbride, Isle of Arran, Bute, Scotland. At Kilmichaei House, 1sle of Arran, the Rev. Dr M'Kiunon, to Miss Isabella Fullarton, daughter of the late Lewis Fullarton, Esq. of Kilmichael.
     Isabella Fullarton and Campbell Mackinnon were recorded on the 1861 census in 7 Barns Terrace, Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland. Isabella Mackinnon, aged 76, born Arran, clergyman's widow, with son Campbell 54, born Arran, Inspector General of Hospitals, Bengal Service; daughter Charlotte Mackinnon, 53, with two servants.
     Isabella died Isabella McKinnon, widow of John McKinnon, 21 Jan 1864 3.30 am, Brns? Terrace, Ayr; aged 90 years, daughter of Lewis Fullarton, MD, dec'd, & --- Fullarton, m.s. Stewart, deceased on 21 January 1864.

Children of Isabella Fullarton and John Mackinnon DD

Sir James Fullarton

     Sir James Fullarton was the son of Lewis Fullarton.
     James died in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Lewis Fullarton

(1733? - before 1799)
      Irving states: The Arran estates were entailed by the father of Dr Fullarton of Ayr, cousin of Skeldane, whose son, John, a dashing naval officer, long resided in Campbelltown ... the second son, a Knight of Hanover and Companion of Bath... died without issue. ... Margaret, daughter of Dr Lewis Fullarton of Kilmichael, who died about 1859, was well known and esteemed in Ayr. Another daughter, Isabella, was the widow of Dr John Mackinnon, DD, of Tyree, early in this century and for many years tutor to the Argyle family. Their son, Campbell, Inspector General of Hospitals, who took a conspicuous part at the siege of Delhi, for which he received the decoration of the Bath, married Miss Beatson, Campbelltown, and by her left an only son. Another son, the Hon. Lewis Mackinnon, of the Legislative Assembly, died in Jamaica in 1882.. Lewis Fullarton was born in 1733? A Lewis Fullarton, son of John was baptised 19 Jun 1733 at Kilbride [FamilySearch], but also a Lewis son of Donald Fullarton, baptised 19 Mar 1751 (16 at marriage? possible but unlikely); also, who would have been 17 at marriage, a Lewis Fullarton, son of John, bap 25 Mar 1750 in Bute.
GD1/19/45: Tack by the commissioners of James, Duke of Hamilton and Brandon, in favour of John Fullarton of Killmichael and his heirs, of the lands of Glencloy, parish of Kilbryde, in the island of Arran and sheriffdom of Bute, presently possessed by said John, secluding assignees and subtenants without the express consent of the duke and specifically secluding James Fullarton in Glencoy or any person acting for his behoof from any subset of this tack with provision that the Duke may resume or set in tack to other persons such parts of said lands along the sea coast as may be suitable for a projected fishery, with other provisions. Date 6/3/1750.
GD1/19/46:Tack by the commissioners for James, Duke of Hamilton, in favour of Lewis Fullarton, son of John Fullarton of Kilmichael, of the lands of Angoloch, parish of Kilmorie, in the island of Arran and sheriffdom of Bute, presently possessed by said Lewis, with seclusion and provision as noted in no.45, with other provisions. Date: 9/11/1753.
Lewis Fullarton married Susanna Stuart on 5 September 1767 in Ayr, Ayrshire.
In Burrel's accounts for 1773, we learn that the housekeeping expenses of 'Doctor Fullarton' amounted to £18/17/3 1/2. This is the Dr Lewis Fullarton who sent his three sons to fight Napoleon in the 1800s. In the last part of the eighteenth century he was 'the surgeon off the Island', with a salary of 2d per £ gross rental: 'each tenant pays for bleeding and other allowance when sick or sore'. [Arran: a history by Thorbjorn Campbell].
GD1/19/26: Disposition and deed of entail by John Fullarton of Kilmichael in favour of John Fullarton his grandson, son of Lewis Fullarton, surgeon in Arran, his eldest son, and the hirs male of said Lewis, whom failing t said Lewis in liferent and Alexander Fullarton, his second son, and his heirs male in fee, with the successive destinations over, of the 2 merk land of Killmichell and the 2 merk land of Whitefarland, island and earldom of Arran and sheriffdom of Bute, with other provisions, with paper containing excerpts therefrom. [2 documents]. DAte: 2/4/1779
GD1/19/27: Copy disposition and deed of entail by John Fullarton of Kilmichael in favour of Lewis Fullarton, his eldest son, and the heirs male of his body, whom failing, in favour of Alexander Fullarton, second son of said John, and the heirs male of his body, with other successive destinations ober, of the 2 merk land of Kilmichael and the 2 merk land of Whytefarland, with the teinds thereof, island and earldom of Arran and sheriffdom of Bute, with other provisions. Registered, Register of Tailzies, 21 February 1783. Date: 5/12/1782
GD1/19/28: Memorial by John Fullarton of Kilmichael and Whitefarland in the island of Arran desiring to enter with the Duke of Hamilton, his superior, and to complete his title by a charter of confirmation ratifying no.24 or no.27. Date: 15/11/1816.
     Lewis died He may be the Dr and husband of Susanna on 19 April 1791.
     Lewis died before 1799 in Kilmichael, Kilbride, Isle of Arran, Bute, Scotland.
Note: August 7 [1817]. At Sanda house Lieut-Colonel James Fullarton C.B. Rifle brigade, son of the late Lewis Fullarton, Esq of Kilmichael [was married] to Jane Johnson, daughter of Colin MacLarty Esq M.D., of Chestervale Jamaica..
     Lewis died The West of Scotland in history by Joseph Iriving, states Dr Lewis Fullarton of Kilmichael, who died about 1859 (1759? his daughter died in 1864 aged 90), was well known and esteemed in Ayr. But the date may refer to his daughter Margaret who died: At Ayr, on the 29th ult., Miss Margaret Fullarton, youngest daughter of the late Lewis Fullarton, Esq., of Kilmichael, Arran. [Dundee Courier 4 Apr 1862 & 5 April Paisley Herald...] circa 1859 in Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland.

Children of Lewis Fullarton

Child of Lewis Fullarton and Susanna Stuart

Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations)

(circa 1745 - )
     Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations) was born circa 1745. He was christened on 10 March 1751 in Kilbride, Isle of Arran, Bute, Scotland.
There was a Dr Fullerton of Rosemount in the parish of Symington, Ayr in 1770.
Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations) married Elizabeth Fullerton on 1 November 1781 in Kilbride, Isle of Arran Bute. He is probably the Lewis Fullarton baptised 10 March 1751 at Kilbride, son of Donald Fullarton, but there is also a Lewis Fullarton, son of John Fullarton, baptised 25 March 1750 there.
     Lewis died Aged 66, information from Moss family tree online on 10 January 1818 in Kilbride, Isle of Arrran, Bute, Scotland.

Children of Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations)

Child of Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations) and Susanna Stuart

Children of Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations) and Elizabeth Fullerton

Child of Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations) and Elizabeth Fullerton

Margaret Fullarton

( - 29 March 1862)
     Margaret Fullarton was the daughter of Lewis Fullarton.
     Margaret died on 29 March 1862 in Ayr, Ayrshire. Miss Margaret Fullarton, youngest daughter of the late Lewis Fullarton, Esq., of Kilmichael, Arran..

Elizabeth Fullbrook

(31 October 1899 - )
     Elizabeth Fullbrook was born on 31 October 1899 in London, England.
Elizabeth Fullbrook married Avery Howe, son of Harry Howe and Ann Benchley, on 9 June 1924 in Croydon, Surrey.

Charles Fuller

     Charles Fuller married Lavinia Cocksedge, daughter of William Cocksedge and Sophia Elizabeth Boggis, on 22 July 1893 in Cockfield, Suffolk.

Eliza Sophia Fuller

     Eliza Sophia Fuller married James Abbott, son of Alexander Abbott and Martha Mackglew. They had 12 children.

Child of Eliza Sophia Fuller and James Abbott

Jane Fuller

(25 October 1825 - )
     Jane Fuller was born on 2 August 1824 in Aston Tirrold, Berkshire. Her sister Mary Ann Fuller was baptised there on 12 May 1828. She was christened on 25 October 1825 in Independent Chapel, Aston Tirrold, Berkshire.
The marriage of Jane Fuller and George Frederic Noad, son of Humphrey Minchin Noad and Maria Hunn, was registered in Aston Tirrold, Wallingford RD, Berkshire, in the September 1844 quarter.
     Jane Fuller and George Frederic Noad were recorded on the 1851 census in Grammar School, Holbourne. George F Noad, head m, 38, clergyman without cure of souls, Head master of Grammar School, born Road, Somerset; Jane his wife aged 26? born Aston Tirrold, Berks, Maria J, daughter 5, born Hull, Yks, Helen U, 4, ditto, George H C 3, ditto, Charles F C, 2, ditto; Maria Noad, mother, widow, 62, annuitant, born Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland; Mary A Fuller, sister in law, unmarried, 22, born Aston Tirrold, Berks; Robert Carden, cousin, unmarried, 17, scholar, born Edinburgh; Frederick R Crutwell, nephew, 10, scholar, born Bath, Somerset; Thomas M Crutwell, nephew, 8, ditto, Harry C Noad, nephew, 9, ditto, born Road, Somerset; with 3 unrelated? pupils and 4 servants.
     Jane Fuller and George Frederic Noad were recorded on the 1861 census in Gilberts House, Aston Tirrold, Berkshire. George F Noad 48 clergyman (no cure) born Road, Somerset & Jane 36, Clergyman's wife, born AstonTirrold and their daughter Helen M aged 11, born Hull, Yks were visitors in the household of Martha? Fuller, widow, 72, fundholder, born Aston Tirrold.
     Jane Fuller and George Frederic Noad were recorded on the 1871 census in the Rectory, Cold Norton, Essex. George F Noad, 58,Rector of Cold Norton, born Mdx, Somerset Rd [!], Jane Rector's wife 46, born Aston Tirrold, Emily M 19, born Holybourne, Hampshire, Fanny V, 12, ditto, Francis R C 10, ditto, Edward A C, 9, born Reading, Berkshire, Frank S Robinson nephew 8, born Barnard Castle, co. Durham, Mabel F Robinson niece, 6, born Kensington, Mdx; plus two servants and a page.
Mabel Fuller Robinson was registered in the Sep qtr of 1864 in the Kensington RD and Frank Stanley in Sep Qtr 1862 in Teesdale RD. A Mary Anne Fuller married George Hillgrove Robinson in Sep qtr 1860 in the Wallingford RD.
     Jane Fuller and Emily Mary Noad were recorded on the 1891 census in Reigate, Surrey, England. Emily M Noad, 39, High School Mistress, born Hampshire, Holybourne;
Jane Noad, mother, widow, 66, living on own means, born Aston Tirrell, Berks; Fanny W Glover, sister, 32, born Holybourne, Charles H Noad, nephew, 11, born Allahabad, India, George S Kenny, nephew, born Salphole, with boarders, pupils and servants..

Children of Jane Fuller and George Frederic Noad

John Fuller

( - May 1583)
     John Fuller married Joan Noble on 18 October 1573 in Ampton, Suffolk.
     John died in May 1583 in Gt Livermere, Suffolk.

Louisa Frederica Grey Fuller

(December 1864 - December 1938)
     Louisa Frederica Grey Fuller's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1864 in Shoreham, Steyning RD, Sussex.
Louisa Frederica Grey Fuller married Rev Joseph Hooper Maude, son of Rev Joseph Maude and Mary Fawler Hooper, on 24 June 1884 in New Shoreham, Steyning RD, Sussex.
     Louisa Frederica Grey Fuller and Rev Joseph Hooper Maude were recorded on the 1891 census in 82 Iffley Rd, Cowley, Oxfordshire, England. Joseph H Maude, head, 38, clerk in holy orders, born Chirk, Denbighshire; wife Louisa F G, 26 , born Shoreham, Sussex; daughter Cecil M C [sic] Maude 3, born Overton, Fintshire; servants Martha M Newman 23 & Annie Lawrence 22.
     Louisa Frederica Grey Fuller and Rev Joseph Hooper Maude were recorded on the 1901 census in Hilgay, Norfolk. Joseph H Maude 48, clerk in Holy Orders, born Chirk, Denbighshire; his wife Louisa F G Maude 36 , born Shoreham, Sussex; children Cecily M E Maude 13, born Overton, Flintshire; Louis E J Maude 9, born Oxford; servant Alice R Teale 30 .
     Louisa's death was registered in the quarter ending in December 1938 in Merioneth, Wales.

Children of Louisa Frederica Grey Fuller and Rev Joseph Hooper Maude

Mary Fuller

(before 1640 - )
     Mary Fuller was born before 1640 in Suffolk, England.
Mary Fuller married Luke Cocksedge, son of Luke Cocksedge and Frances Spark, in 1656 in St Mary, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. A Luke Coxedge married Frances Hiles in the the London Diocese in 1674.

Mary Fuller

(circa 1782 - 19 October 1809)
     Mary Fuller was born circa 1782.
Mary Fuller married James Denty, son of Captain James Denty and Mary Fuller, on 22 August 1808 in Calcutta, India. Mr James Denty bachelor and Mary Fuller spinster both of Calcutta, Dort Wiliam in Bengal were married at the aforesaid this 22nd day of August 1808. Both signed in the presence of John Haward, Robert Scott and M? McDougal..
     Mary died on 19 October 1809 in Calcutta, West Bengal, India. She was buried in South Park St burial ground, Calcutta. Sacred to the Memory of Mrs Mary Denty, daughter of T K/R Fuller, Esq. Obit. 19th October 1809, AEt. 27 years.

Child of Mary Fuller and Captain James Denty

Children of Mary Fuller and James Denty

Rose Fuller

(before 1699? - )
     Rose Fuller was born before 1699?.
Rose Fuller married Lazarus Grimwood, son of Job Grimwood and Mary Bird, on 25 November 1714 in Bacton, Suffolk.

Sarah Fuller

(circa 1778 - 1 Mar 1863 age 84)
     Sarah died 1 Mar 1863 age 84 in Gt Finborough, Suffolk. She was born circa 1778 in possibly in Great Finborough, Suffolk.
Sarah Fuller married Thomas Buxton on 7 June 1796 in Onehouse, Suffolk. Sarah Fuller was buried on 1 March 1863 in Gt Finborough, Suffolk.

Children of Sarah Fuller and Thomas Buxton

Alexander Fullerton

(31 March 1782 - )
     Alexander Fullerton was christened on 31 March 1782 in Kilbride, Isle of Arran, Bute. He was the son of Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations).

Betty Fullerton

(26 November 1769 - )
     Betty Fullerton was christened on 26 November 1769 in Kilbride, Isle of Arran, Bute. She was the daughter of Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations).

Daniel Fullerton

(25 January 1784 - )
     Daniel Fullerton was christened on 25 January 1784 in Kilbride, Isle of Arran, Bute. He is probably the Daniel Fullarton who died 20 Feb 1827, aged 43, who has a memoral with his mother & wife, etc.at Saltcoats, Ayrshire - from the Moss family tree online. He was the son of Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations).

Elizabeth Fullerton

     Elizabeth Fullerton married Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations) on 1 November 1781 in Kilbride, Isle of Arran, Bute, Scotland. He is probably the Lewis Fullarton baptised 10 March 1751 at Kilbride, son of Donald Fullarton, but there is also a Lewis Fullarton, son of John Fullarton, baptised 25 March 1750 there.

Children of Elizabeth Fullerton and Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations)

Elizabeth Fullerton

(31 October 1800 - )
     Elizabeth Fullerton was christened on 31 October 1800 in Kilbride, Isle of Arran, Bute. She was the daughter of Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations) and Elizabeth Fullerton.

Child of Elizabeth Fullerton and Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations)

Frances Fullerton

     Frances Fullerton married Andrew Armstrong, son of Edmund Armstrong and Elizabeth Trench, on 1 January 1835 in South Stoneham, Hampshire, England.

Child of Frances Fullerton and Andrew Armstrong

Jean Fullerton

(16 October 1772 - )
     Jean Fullerton was christened on 16 October 1772 in Kilbride, Isle of Arran, Bute. She was the daughter of Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations).

Jennat Fullerton

(14 April 1786 - )
     Jennat Fullerton was christened on 14 April 1786 in Kilbride, Isle of Arran, Bute. She was the daughter of Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations).

John Fullerton

(7 April 1775 - )
     John Fullerton was christened on 7 April 1775 in Kilbride, Isle of Arran, Bute. Son of Lewis Fullarton & Susan Stuart. He was the son of Lewis Fullarton and Susanna Stuart.

Susan Fullerton

(before 1800 - )
     Susan Fullerton was born before 1800. MARRIED - At the Green, Ayr, on Friday the 19th (Captain) MacGrigor of the 96th Regiment, to (Miss) Susan Fullarton, daughter of the late Louis Fullarton, Esquire, of KilMichel, Island of Arran. The Glasgow Herald, Monday, September 2nd, 1816, page 3, column B.
She died 3 Nov 1818?. She was the daughter of Lewis Fullarton (A mess to be sorted - 2 generations) and Elizabeth Fullerton.

Bridget Helen Furber or Fishburn

(14 September 1990 - )
     Bridget Helen Furber or Fishburn was born on 14 September 1990 in Ingham, Queensland.

Mary Furlonge

     Mary Furlonge married James Whitty in Wexford, Ireland.

Child of Mary Furlonge and James Whitty

Margaret Furnes

(before 1615 - )
     Margaret Furnes was born before 1615.
Margaret Furnes married Henry Rowland Campion on 20 November 1632 in Dowsby, Lincolnshire.

Children of Margaret Furnes and Henry Rowland Campion