We remember John Arthur Fuller (12-v-1928 – 08-xii-2004)
From The Encyclopedia of Chess (Robert Hale, 1972 & 1976) by Anne Sunnucks :
“British Master, British Boy Champion in 1946 and British Correspondence Champion from 1953-1955. Born on 12th May 1928 Fuller learned to play chess when he was 11. In 1946 , the year in which he won the British Boys Championship, he also tied for the London Boys Championship. He went on to win the Middlesex Championship three times and the Warwickshire Championship twice. Fuller played for England in matches between Scotland and the Netherlands and in the Clare Benedict International Team Tournament. He also had the best British score in the Premier Tournament at Hastings in 1949 and 1955.
He was a design engineer.”
According to ancestry.co.uk he is survived by a son, Robert.
There has been considerable discussion of JAF in another place.
BCN would like to acknowledge help received from Richard James, Leonard Barden, Rob Fuller and John Upham in putting this article together.
Subsequent to this post being published our attention was kindly drawn by John Saunders to the obituary in BCM, Volume 125 (2005), #5 (May), page 247. Readers are recommended to see this.