In The Markenmore Mystery (1922) by J. S. Fletcher, a detective was talking to a sexton about a murdered man:
“I suppose Mr. Guy Markenmore was pretty mad about her at that time, eh?” suggested Blick.
“Umph!” said Cripps. “Runned after her a deal, he did, to be sure. But he was a powerful bad ’un for running after women-folk of all sorts, high and low—turned the heads of half the lasses in this village, he did! Lord bless ’ee, he was always a-making love, all round—couldn’t help it, seemed so. Left some aching hearts behind him, did Master Guy when he went away to London town.”
1- What does "bad someone for doing" mean? 2- What could be the suitable meaning of "all round" in this context?