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||John Fuller |
|Relationship||with Francis Fox|
||28 Nov 2017 |
- is mentioned in the "Desmond Survey," A.D 1583, as possessed of the townland of Bowlerstown (Ballybowler) and "certain lands in Ballybeg."
He mortgaged Bowlerstown to Stephen Rice 1610.
According to an Inquisition taken at Killarney, he and Maurice Fuller (probably his s) were seized in fee of the townlands of Ballyristin or Ballyristeenig and Ballytobin or Ballytobeenig, and conveyed them in 1635 to Teige Moriarty.
That John Fuller was a man of mark at this period appears by an Inquisition taken at Killarney, 18 Aug 1635 (Inq. No. 59 CHARLES I, Co Kerry, Chancery, calendered by the Record Commissioners 1818), which found that he held his lands "de Dmo Rege in capite p. service militar," i.e. by Knight's service.
He was pardoned, 1st of JAMES I. being then of Rahinane.
- JOHN FULLER and WILLIAM FULLER signed as grand jurors at Tralee 1709, the presentment regarding outlaws (No. 617, co. Kerry, cart. 62 Record Office).
The latter m. at Cloyne, 31 Jan. 1679, Elizabeth, dau. of John Whiting, of Kilbrin, co. Cork.