your name to Fullick cos of poaching is a bit like an East London
pickpocket changing their name to Kray"
Email from Ted
Croucher March 2006
William Fullock age 30 and John Hammondaye age 27 were committed
on 13 December 1801 by Edward Wools Esq to 3 months imprisonment
for destroying game.
Eli Fullick age 28 was committed on 15 March 1824 to 3 months
imprisonment with hard labour for bastardy
Henry Fullick age 23 and Charles Swan age 45 were committed on 18
December 1824 charged with entering a certain wood called Sleights
Inclosure, property of King George lV and also certain property of Henry
Wheeler both situate in the Parish of Binstead on the night of 17th
December about the hour of one of the said night armed with a
bludgeon and a gun with intent illegally to destroy game - Acquitted
George Fullick age 33 and Thomas Windebank age 45 were committed 22
February 1825 to 3 months imprisonment each with hard labour for being
Daniel Fullick age 22 was committed 30 December 1829 to 3 months
imprisonment for destroying game.
John Fulleck age 21 was committed 15 June 1832 with having
feloniously stolen from Oakhanger Common in the Parish of Selbourne one
wheelbarrow value 20s, the property of John Bridger. 2 calendar months
imprisonment with hard labour in the Bridewell.
John Fullick aged 33 was committed with Henry Heath aged 24 and James
Westbroke age 28 by R. Cole. He was charged with having, on the 28th day
of November 1833 last at the Parish of Alton, received four trusses of
hay, of the value of 8s. property of Joseph Jordan, he, the said John
Fullick, well knowing the said hay to have been feloniously stolen. He
was sentenced to 6 months with hard labour in Bridweill.
John Fullick aged 45 was committed 25 May 1847 charged with having
on the 18th day of May at the Parish of Alton stolen 15lbs weight of
coal, property of Charles Lipscomb his master. 6 calendar months
imprisonment to hard labour a former conviction having been proved
1851 Henry Fullick aged 50 yrs was sentenced to 6 months for stealing a
sheep at Headley, the property of Sarah Baker
George Fullick was sentenced at the Hants Lent Assizes with John
Burroughs, William & Richard Walls to 6 months imprisonment for
armed poaching at Headley.
George and John Fullick were charged with obstructing the highway.
Andrew Fullick aged 24 Unlawfully wounding Sentenced to
8months imprisonment. Previous convicts 6xsummary conviction for Game
Andrew Fullick aged 26 Going armed with a gun and
stones did unlawfully enter and be at 5 o'clock at night upon a
certain close of land in the occupation of H.M.Queen at Binstead
with intent to take and destroy game there on 19 December 1884 and
together being so armed did unlawfully and feloniously wound George
Payne with intent to pervert and resist their lawful apprehension.
Charged with George Willis aged 28. Found guilty of assaulting
gamekeepers and assault occasioning actual bodily harm. Sentenced to
18months imprisonment with hard labour. George Willis was sentenced to
12months imprisonment with hard labour (see also below 1888)
John Fullick, George Whiting and George Coombes were charged with
being drunk at New Inn on 7 April 1884 and fined 2s4d and 7s8d each.
Drunkenness at Headley
John Fullick, who did not appear, was charged with the offence, bad
language etc. He was fined 4s and 6s &6d costs or 14 days
Charlotte Fullick was charged with hitting Ann Grover, Wife of
George Groves (sic) at New Inn. fined 20s.
|7 April 1884
George Grover was charged with beating Charlotte Fullick at
Headley. John Fullick deposed to seeing the defendant knock his
wife, Charlotte. The Chairman said it was a disgraceful case to the
landlord and all concerned.
An inquest was held at the Royal Exchange into the death of
infant Fullick*. A verdict of death by possible overlaying
(while the parents were drunk) or convulsions.
|* The baby
was Rose Fullick 11 week old daughter of John Fullick and Charlotte nee
George Fullick aged 25 was charged with feloniously and violently
assaulting Mary Loe and against her will ravishing and carnally
knowing her at Headley on 8 September 1887. George was acquitted of
George Fullick was charged with indecent behaviour in that on 30
April 1888 he assaulted Ruth and Hanna Tilbury. He was sentenced
to 8months hard labour at the Petty Sessions Winchester July 1888
George was the son of Richard Fullick and Eliza (Taylor). He was the
grandson of transported convict Henry Fullick the Elder
Andrew Fullick was charged with George Willis that together
with divers other people unknown to the number of 3 or 4 about the
hour of eleven in the night Andrew Fullick being armed with a bludgeon
and George Willis with stones, unlawfully entering on the land in
occupation of Henry Dutton of purposes of therein taking and destroying
game at East Worldham on 22 January 1888. Both Andrew and George were
On 27 July 1889 Andrew Fullick was charged with being on a close of
land in the occupation of Thomas Henry Cain, armed with a gun for the
purpose of taking and destroying game about the hour of half past
nine on the night of 12 November 1888, unlawfully resisting and
assaulting James Spiers and James Alderton gamekeepers authorised to
apprehend him at Binstead. A further charge of Unlawfully, maliciously
and feloniously, with a gun loaded with powder and divers leaden
shot, shoot at James Alderton with intent to do him grievious bodily
harm at Binstead on 12 November 1888. Andrew was found guilty of
assaulting gamekeepers and sentenced to 5 years . He was acquitted of
the charge of shooting at the gamekeepers.