The Fuller Baronetcy, of Neston Park in Corsham, in the County of Wiltshire, was created in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom on 7 July 1910 for John Fuller. He represented Westbury in the House of Commons as a Liberal from 1900 to 1911 and served as Governor of Victoria from 1911 to 1914.
Fuller baronets, of the Inner Temple (1687)
- Sir James Chapman Fuller, 1st Baronet (died 1709)
Fuller baronets, of Neston Park (1910)
- Sir John Michael Fleetwood Fuller, 1st Baronet (1864–1915)
- Sir (John) Gerard Henry Fleetwood Fuller, 2nd Baronet (1906–1981), born 8 July 1906, son of 1st Baronet and Norah Jacintha Phipps, daughter of Charles Nicholas Paul Phipps of Chalcot House, Westbury, Wiltshire; served Life Guards, 1927 to 1946; Second World War (mentioned in despatches); Justice of the Peace for Wiltshire, 1946; Member of Wiltshire County Council, 1947–1971 (alderman, 1961); Joint Master, Avon Vale Fox Hounds, 1947–1961 and 1962–1964. Married 1931, Lady Fiona Pratt, daughter of 4th Marquess Camden GCVO (divorced 1944), two sons; secondly, 1945, Kathleen Elizabeth MBE DStJ (died 1964), daughter of Sir George Farrar, Bt; and thirdly, 1966, Mrs Mary Leventon; he died 16 October 1981.
- Sir John William Fleetwood Fuller, 3rd Baronet (1936–1998)
- Sir James Henry Fleetwood Fuller, 4th Baronet (born 1970)