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GENEALOGY 



OF SOME DESCENDANTS OF 



EDWARD FULLER 



OF THE MAYFLOWER. 



COMPILED BY 

WILLIAM HYSLOP FULLER 

OF PALMER. MASS. 






Printed by 

C. B. FisKE & Co., 

Palmer, Mass. 

1908. \ 



SOME FULLER GENEALOGISTS. 




THE LATE NEWTON FULLER 
HOMER W. BRAINARD. FREDERICK A. FULLER. 

WILLIAM HYSLOP FULLER. 






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DEX)ICATED 



TO THE MEMORY OF MY SISTER THE 

LATE MARTHA ANN (FULLER) DUTTON 

WHO WAS MUCH INTERESIED IN THE 

FAMILY GENEALOGY. 



PREFACE. 

This volume contains what I have found up to date of the genea- 
logical records of some descendants of Edward Fuller, who was a 
passenger on the " Mayflower" in 1620. Some years since I began, 
for personal use, a card index of records of near relatives, taken 
from the family Bible and from notes left by my sister, the late 
Martha A. (Fuller) Dutton. My attention being called to the great 
number of family genealogies published, and noticing very Httle in 
print about Fuller families, 1 have made more extended researches 
and present herewith the results concerning one ancestral Fuller and 
some of his descendants. 

The work has been greatly facilitated by use of material obtained 
of Prof. Homer VV. Brainard of Hartford, Ct., whose manuscripts 
contained much information, some of which had been published in 
the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record in 1902-3-4. 

Mr, Frederick A. Fuller of Buffalo, N. Y., who published about 
ten years ago a leaflet on " Mayflower Fuller Genealogy," has kindly 
permitted extracts from his later manuscripts containing more recent 
data. 

Both of these gentlemen had exchanged genealogical information 
with the late *Newton Fuller of New London, Ct., a veteran in 
the genealogical field. From his manuscripts I was permitted to 
gather information through the courtesy of his niece, Miss Amelia 
J. Fuller. 

Mr. Francis H. Fuller, now of San Francisco, Cal., kindly loaned 
his copy of the will of Edward's father, Robert Fuller of Redenhall 
Parish, Harleston, Norfolk Co., England, and a reproduction of this 
copy on a reduced scale will be found included in this volume. 

Mr. Francis H. Fuller published in the New England Historical 
Register other results of his researches in England, including the 
earliest vital records of the Fullers in Redenhall Parish. 



PREFACE. 5 

The information not obtained from these sources has been 
gathered by personal examination of comparatively nearby town, 
city and county records ; from obliging correspondents and interested 
descendants ; from many of the published family genealogies ; from 
the published vital records of Massachusetts towns send cities ; from 
town, county and st^te histories; from reports of historical societies ; 
from cemetery records ; and besides the genealogical periodicals 
already named, from items now and then found in " The Mayflower 
Descendant," Boston Transcript, Hartford Times, and others. 

The aim having been to collect for preservation the family 
genealogical records, very little space has been given to biographical 
sketches, as my time has preferably been given to lessening the 
great number of incomplete records. The descendants are so 
widely scattered that it seems to me a family association could do 
the work to better advantage, but whether it should be composed of 
descendants of Edward, or of Robert of Redenhall, is a question. 

It is hoped that the volume may be found as free from errors as 
the average family genealogy. Thanks are due to Messrs. C. B. 
Fiske & Co. of Palmer, Mass., for their careful attention to the work 
of printing ; and the James B. McKinnon Photo Engraving Co. of 
Springfield, Mass., for excellent reproductions of photographs. 
The work of the binder, Mr. W. J. Eldred of Springfield, will 
without doubt be done in his usual satisfactory manner. 

In conclusion I desire to thank numerous genial correspondents 

for words of encouragement and kind wishes for the success of this 

work. 

Wm. H. Fuller. 

Palmer, Mass., July, 1908. 






'Descendant of ancestral Robert Fuller of Salem and Rebobotb. 



NOTE. 

As the compiler of this volume is occupied with the preparation 
of other ancestral Fuller genealogies, Mr. F. A. Fuller, 675 Potomac 
Avenue, Buffalo, N. Y., has kindly consented to attend to corre- 
spondence in regard to the formation of a family association. 

Wm. H. Fuller. 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Frontispiece. 

Redenhall Churcli, Exterior, 

Redenhall Church, Interior, 

Coat-of-Arms, 

William Elijah Fuller, 

Uudlow, Mass., Old Tavern and Elisha? Fuller House, 

Charles F. Kimball, 

Samuel Merrick Fuller, 

Catherine (Bliss) Fuller, 

Samuel Washington Fuller, 

George Willard Fuller, 

Melville Weston Fuller, 

Erastus Fuller, 

Ella Fuller Comstock Converse, 

Site of Old Fort Stanwix, Rome, N. Y 

George Ephraim Fuller, 

Edward Raynor Fuller, 

William Franklin Fuller, 

Frank W. Fuller, 

Clinton Fuller, 

Jeremiah Fuller House and 

Spencer R. Fuller, 

Gardner Fuller, 

Charles Spencer Fuller, 



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CONTENTS. 



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Foreword, 

Genealogy, 

Second (ieneration. 

Third Generation, 

Fourth Generation, 

l^xplanation of Group Arrangement, 



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Group 20 
Group 21 
Group 22 
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Group 24 
Group 25 
Group 26 
Group 27 
Group 28 
Group 29 
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Isaacs, Barnabas*, 
l^benezer'', Barnabas-*, 
Josiah'i, ]5arnabas», 
Jonathans Matthew^, 
VoungS Matthewt, 
Cornelius^ Matthe\v4, 
John'', lienjaniin', 
Janies^.' Ijenjaniiu', 
l^benezer^ Thomas^, 
Thomas'^, Thomas^, 
Nathan-S Thomas', 
Jabez>, 'I'homasi, 
John^ Samuel t, 
Samuel!^, Saiiuicb, 
MosesS Samueb, 
Aaron"^, Samueh, 
EphraimS, Shubael*, 
Shubaels, ShubaeU, 
David-S Edward', 
Johns, John', 
Williams, John', 
Josephs, Joseph', 
Zachariahs, Joseph^, 
Jeremiahs, Josei)h», 
Abrahams, Joseph-*, 
Jacobs, Joseph', 
Matthews, Benjamin^, 
Josiahs, Benjamin', 
Benjamins, Benjamin^, 



Ajipendix, 

Index to names of Fullers, 

Index to names of others. 



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EXPLANATION. 

In the arrangement of the genealogical record, each descendant 
bearing the surname of Fuller has an individual number and also a 
family number. The sign 4^ placed before the family number of a 
son indicates that his record is given further on, in his group and 
generation, placed in order of seniority, by his individual number. 

In case of daughters, it has been the intention to give, after the 
individual and family numbers, at least their individual genealogical 
records, and in case of marriage the name of husband, and generally 
the essential information concerning the genealogical record of the 
allied family for which search might be made. Given names of 
daughters' children are italicized, numbered by Arabic numerals in 
brackets on the left, and have generation number on the right. 
Given names of daughters' grandchildren are sometimes mentioned, 
and have generation number only. The explanation of change from 
record by generation to record by group and generation is given on 
page SI. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 

Besides the usual co.umercial abbreviations, the letters, b., m., 
and d. are, as usual in works of this kind, used to indicate the con- 
stantly recurring words, born, married, died, and also s. and dau. for 
son and daughter. 

In some cases the initials, " H. W. B.", " F. A. F.", and " N. F." of 
names of genealogists, H. W. Brainard, F. A. Fuller and Newton 
Fuller, have been used instead of the full name. 



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;; FOREWORD. 

Edward Fuller, who came to America on the Mayflower in 1620, 
was one of the Puritans who left England because of religious 
I persecution. In the time of Queen Elizabeth — 1558 to 1603, — the 
policy was to enforce absolute uniformity in religious belief. The 
Catholics were persecuted because they could not accept the 
doctrines of the Anglican Church. The Puritans, because of their 
persistent attempts to purify the Church and dispense with 
ceremonies which they regarded as " badges of popery," brought 
down upon themselves the vengeance of the State. King James I., 
who succeeded Queen Elizabeth, was also intolerant in religious 
matters. 

In 1607, a band of Puritans attempted to leave England for 

';v Holland, but were unsuccessful, as it was believed they were bound 

I'i for Virginia, emigration there being forbidden by the King unless a 

's'; Royal License was granted. In 1608 they succeeded in escaping 

to Amsterdam, and a year later settled in Leyden, where they 

remained until 1620, when they decided to emigrate to .\merica. 

I About Aug. I, 1620, they sailed from Delfthaven, Holland, on the 

p Speedwell, for Southampton, England, where they joined the 

%', Mayflower, and Aug. 15, 1620, the two vessels started on their long 

I' voyage across the Atlantic, but the Speedwell proving unseaworthy, 

\\ returned, leaving the Mayflower to proceed on the voyage alone. 

Hi It seems quite probable that Edward Fuller never lived in 

fc Holland, since Mr. Dexter, after years of exhaustive research there 

I' among the records, found no trace of him. ( See Dexter's " The 

% England and Holland of the Pilgrims.") That Edward remained 

& in England is rendered more probable from the language of the will 

% ■ of Robert his father, made in 1614 and given herewith, leaving 

%■ Edward tenements and houses, with writings concerning the same, 

§_ while to Samuel, then in Holland, only money was left. The more 

v' reasonable conclusion therefore is, that Edward was among those 

I' who joined the Pilgrims upon their arrival at Southampton. 



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DESCENDANTS OP" EDWARD FULLER. 21 

In 1896 Mr. Charles Candler, now of London, England, published 
a volume of " Notes on the Parish of Redenhall with Harleston, In 
the County of Norfolk. Compiled Chiefly from the Records in the 
Town Chest," in which there is a copy of a list of subscribers, in 
15SS, for the sixth l)cll in the Redenhall Chimes, and among the 
names on the list is that of Robert Fuller, " bocher." It appears 
that Redenhall Church, views of the exterior and interior of which 
are here given, has a famous chime of eight bells which are 
described in Candler's volume. 

Writing of the building he says, " Redenhall is a typical example 
of the class of almost pure Perpendicular churches with which 
Norfolk and Suffolk abound. The chief feature is the tou-er which 
can be matched by very few in the same style." Writing of its age, 
"The oldest portion of the existing Church was built in 13 19." 
Excavations show that the present edifice stands upon the site of an 
older structure. 

Redenhall Parish, as described by Candler, " is about 4 miles long 
by I 1-4 miles wirle. At present, i^racticalty the whole parish is 
enclosed and cultivated. The W'aveney Ri\er is close at haivl and 
its curves and reaches, bordered by timbered meadows, osier 
grounds and reed beds, backed by bluffs of gravel, possess a {Peculiar 
beauty scarcely matched by any stream in these counties." 

The name Redenhall is from the name Rada, which was the name 
of the owner of a tract of about 700 acres, as given in the booms- 
day Book, which is a record of a survey of the lands of the entire 
kingdom, made about the year 10.S5, with an estimate of their value, 
and an enumeration ol the various classes of landho'ders. 'J'his 
record indicates that Rada had about furt)' subordinate tenants, or 
tillers of the soil. Ihrce hundred years ago then, the i'iigrims 
reached Holland ; about 600 years ago Redenhall Church was 
begun, and about 900 years ago " Raila held R.cdenhal!." 

Concerning a P'uller "Coat of-.\rins"; I have seen se\eral cuts 
all of the same general appearance as the one given herewith, ind in 
regard to its use ([uotc [rc;in an article by I lenry Stoddard Ru-gles 
of Wakefield, Mass., jMiblished in the N. V. Cicnealo^ical and iiio- 
graphical Record for 1903. He cites from an iMigli-h writer that, 
"Arms are borne by four titles, \-\/.: lnheritan>;e, grant, transfer and 
assumption;" and from I'ldward S. Ilulilen, "In Cermany and 
Austria it is lawful for any citizen to assume a coat-of-arms. It is 



Tn 193? &nd again In 195? vhllo ragr sister and tsr bisbsad, 
d Jvu3tic9 of t^-^ Stiprcr^ Conrt, voro' in t^i^ Courts of London, 
ny eistpr^ c forr-or history toac ho r, and has* h:i3band cpcat 
montto in Oxford Unlvorsity c^n^' in th3 Lcniaa Unlvorsity ~. 
Libraries in tha Public Record Office' ej- Sor« roe t Rotica. 
^evaral prof escort in Oxford intorcstod in tto rocoarsh coa- 
ceriiic^ tfc3 real otatus of tl^ Pilgrims holpcd ti3« Pieces of 
learning lilte Oxford and Canibrid-3 vqtq tha contors or ttia 
Puritan znovpnGnt, and ttsy woro seeking political f rccdca as 
v.'oll as roligioua frccdoa. It ia not realised ty Icynrn cad 
teacjiors that the Kcyflo-w.'cr Cor^pact x«is ths first ccr:::lGt3 
instruiKCnt of goronir;:^nt and tfca bcjsi:^ for otir Cciistitctlca 
and rar^s in tha history of ths Ac'^lo-Scson people ultb. t!3 
Magna Carta. Groat jurists have said that tb» tliyflcre? " 
Compact could only hav© been written by a can trainod In ths 
law«'' 

In 1920 Williau H. Fuller, tha author, of ?ullor Genealo- 
Eiea, t?as an:jlou3 that scr.3on3 ccatiitta tho reecarcb and po- 
writ^ and correct coi::3 of th3 history of tho fcrjily. Prca 
our research I beliovo that Nicholas Fuller of Stepi:c?y res 
tha fathsr of Fduard, *'arra©l and Huaanna Fuller Whito (wife 
of V/illian White and later wife of Governor ' inslo-j). W. H. 
Fuller gave ina copies of his book and ur^ed rs to vrito a 
genoalogy. Ho made an unsuccessful search of the records for 
ii will, a copy of vhich had boon cent to hira frcrtj a Frcnccs 
Fuller in California, which VTilliam publirthod in his genealo- 
gy, but sine© it was only a copy, ho could find no proof for 
its authenticity. Research into the records of tha library 
of ono of the ancient Tnns of Court, Gray's Tnn, showa 
Nicholas Fuller was admitted as a Barrister in 1567, and be- 
carao troasurar of Gray's Inn in 1591| and in 1601 was a neabe 
of Parliament for St, Haves in Cornwall. The records show 
that his son Edward was also trained in the law sni his son 
Saiauel a doctor. He had twins, Susanna and Nicholas, In 
1607 Nicholas Fuller was a prisoner in tha Tover of landcn. 
Ho had published a brief on behalf of two client", ^he title 
page of which reads: "The argument of Master Nicholas Fuller 
in tha caeo of Thomas Ladd and Richard Mansell Ladd, his cli- 
ent, "'hereas it was plainly proved that the Ecclesiastical 
Coiniiis 9 loners have no power by virtue of their CoTindseioa to 
iwprioon, or to hy the oath, to fine any of His Majesty** 
subJQcta." "Thoraas Ladd, a werchant of Tarssouth, was 
brought before the Chancellor of Ipswish for a supposed con- 
venticle bocause he tha Sabbath days, aftor tha sercsoa and 
80~iJdjoumin5 to th© house of Mr. Jacklee in YarsKrath, joined 
with hira in repeating tte substance of th« serroon." (^ee 
Chronicles of Old Congregational Church Gi'eat Tarsunxth, pp. 
6, 9, 27*) For his brave defense of these sen Nicholas 
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2 2 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

however forbidden to assume a coat already in use by anoihcr 
family." Mr. Ruggles adds: "There is not even this restriction 
in England. Regarding Arms in America, it must be very clear thai 
in Colonial days, and at the present, every one has been strictly 
within his lawful right who has displayed these harmless evidences 
of vanity." 



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AMERICAN FULLER GENEALOGY. 



EDU'ARD' FULLER UNE. 

.1 Edward' Fuller, baptized Sept, 4, 1575, in the parish of 
Redenhall, Count)- of Norfolk, England, was son of Robert Fuller, 
butcher. 

No trace of him has been found to indicate that he was with the 
other Pilgrims in Holland, and it appears probable that he joined 
the others on the arrival of the Speedwell in Southampton, England, 
where the Mayflower was awaiting them. 

His name appears in the following " Compact," which was drawn 
up in the cabin of the Mayflower just previous to the Landing at 
Cape Cod in November, 1620 : 

In the name of God. Amen. We whose names are \-nderwTitten the 
loyall Subjects of our soveraigne Lord King James, by the grace of God of 
Great Britaine. France, and Ireland King. Defender of the Faith, &c 

Having vnder-taken for the glory of God, and ad\-ancement of the 
Christian Faith, and honour of our King and Countrey. a Vo)-age to plant 
the first Colony in the Northeme parts of Virginia, doe by these presents 
solemnly & mutually m the presence of God and one another, covenant, and 
combine ourselves together into a civill body politike. for our better ordering 
and preservation, and furtherance of the ends aforesaid; and by vertuc 
hereof to enact, to constitute, and frame such just and equall Lawe*, 
Ordinances, acts, constitutions, cmces from time to liem, as shall be thought 
most meet and convenient for the general good of the Colony: \-n to which 
we promise all due submission and obedience. In witness whereof we haue 
here-vnder subscribed our names. Cape Cod ix ->i November (,Nov. 3i), in 
the yeare of the raigne of our soveraigne Lore* Xing lames of England, 
France, and Ireland iS. and of Scotland 34. Anno f^ lino 162& 



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John Ci 1' c't 
William i:r.,'li!\l. 
Edward ''- l^sl-iw. 
William 1 icw.si* r. 
Isaac Al.crion. 
Miles St iticli.->h 
John Al ten. 
Samuel I'ulle;'. 
Christopher Mr.'jii 
William MuUirts. 
William White. 
Richard Warren. 
Richard Oardner. 
John AllertoM. 



John Howland. 
Stephen Hopkins. 
Edward Tilley. 
John Tilley. 
Francis Cook. 
Thomas Rogers. 
Thomas Tinker. 
John Ridgdale. 
Edward Fuller. «< 
John Turner. 
P'rancis Eaton. 
James Chilton. 
Thomas English. 
Edward Doten. t' 



John Crackstone. 
John BiUington. 
Moses Fletcher. 
John Goodman. 
Digory Priest. 
Thomas Williams. 
Gilbert Winslow. 
Edmond Margeson. 
Peter Brown. 
Richard Britteridge. 
George Soule. 
Richard Clark. 
/''Edward Leister. 



The name of the wife of Edward' Fuller, though sometimes given 
as Ann, i^^ really wholly unknown. 

Governor Bradford simply says that " Edward Fuller and his wife 
died soon after they came on shore." Edward died at Plymouth, 
between Jan. ii and April lo, 1621 — and his wife died early in 
162 1, after Jan. nth. 

His only child was Samuel', who came with his father on the 
Mayflower. 

SECOND GENERATION. 

2. Samuel^ Fuller, {Edioard^), b. about t6i2, at some place in 
England not yet found, no record of his birth or baptism having 
been discovered; d. Oct. 31,-Nov. 10, 1683, at Barnstable, Mass.; 
m. at Mr. Cudworth's house in Scituate by Capt. Miles Standish, 
nagistrate, "on ye fourthe daye of ye weeke ", April 8-18, 1635, 
ane Lathrop, dau. of Rev. John Lathrop of Scituate and (after 
1639) Barnstable, bipt. Sept. 29, 1614, at Edgerly, Co. of Kent, 
England; d. subsecuent to 1658 and before 16S3, but the exact 
date is not found. 

Samuel Fuller grew up under the care of his uncle, Dr. Samuel 
Fuller, at Plymouth. He had three acres at the division of lands in 
1623, receiving, it is thought, those of his father and mother, and 
one for himself. If this theory is correct he was at least sixteen 
years of age at the time, and his birth occurred as early as 1608, 
instead of 161 2 as we have conjectured above. It is not quite 
certain however that he was old enough to work this land alone. 



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SECOND GENERATION. 25 

Gov. Bradford's words about this matter are as follows : " All this 
whille no supply was heard of, neither knew they when they might 
expecte any. So they begane to thinke how *they might raise as 
much come as they could, and obtaine a beter crope than they had 
' done, that they might not still languish in miserie. At length, after 
much debate of things, the Gov (with y"= advise of y' cheefest 
among them) gave way that they should set come every man for his 
owne perticuler, and in that regard trust to themselves ; in all other 
things to goe on in y^ general way (as a joint-stock, company) as 
before. And so assigned to every family a parcell of land, accord- 
ing to the proportion of their number for that end, only for present 
use (but made no devission for inheritance), and ranged all boj'sand 
youth under some familie. This had very good success." Brad- 
ford's History of " Plimouth Plantation", ed. Mass. p. 162. The 
land assigned to him was on the South side of the town brook ; " to 
the Woodward " and included what is now Watson's Hill. His 
neighbors were John Howland, Stephen Hopkins, Edward Winslow 
(?) Gilbert Winslow, and the Indian Hobomok. 

On June i, 1627 at a town-meeting, the inhabitants were divided 
into twelve groups for the purpose of dividing the cattle then owned 
in the Colony. "The eighth lot fell to Samuel Fuller (the Doctor) 
. and his company ; joined to him his wife Bridget Fuller, Samuel 
Fuller, Jr., Peter Browne, Martha Browne, Mary Browne, John Ford, 
\ Martha Ford, Anthony Annable, Jane Annable, Sarah Annable, 
Hannah Annable, Damans Hopkins. To this lot fell a red heifer, 
came of the cow which belongeth to the poor of the Colony, and is 
of that consideration, viz. : these persons nominated to have half 
the increase ; the other half with the old stock, to remain for the 
use of the poor." 

He is mentioned in his uncle's will in 1633 as follows: " IL my 
will is that my Cozen (nephew) Samuell goe freely away with his 
stock of Cattle and Swine w''^out any further recconing w^^ swine 
are the halfe of six sowes, six hogges, one boare & four shotes. Also 
one Cow & one heyfer." " It. my will is that in case my soane 
Samyell and other my children die before such time as they are fitt 
to enter upon my land i&r inheritance that then my kinsman Sam. 
ffuUer now in the hpwse with me enjoy w'soever lands I am now- 
possessed of except my dwelling howse at town or whatsoever shall 
be due to me or them." " It. I give to him my Rufflet Cloake Sc 



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my stuflfe sute I now weare." The date of this will is July 30, 1633 
and within three months of that date the good doctor had been laid 
to rest. As the doctor's children survived, SamueP received none 
of the lands, and soon, apparently, started out with the cattle and 
swine to seek a home. The whole transaction seems clearly to show 
that he had reached man's estate, being at least 21, and perhaps as 
much as 25 years of age at the time. He became a freeman of the 
Colony in 1634, and settled in the near by town of Scituate, where 
on April 8-18, 1635, as before stated, he married Jane, daughter of 
Rev. John Lathrop, the pastor of the Scituate church. Nov. 7, 
1636 he joined the church of Scituate, having a letter of dismission 
from the church of Plymouth, of which he had been a member. 
He built in 1636 the fifteenth house in Scituate, on Greenfield 
Street, the first lot abutting on Kent Street. He had twenty acres 
of land on the east of Bellhouse Neck in that town, probably a 
grant from the town. The kind of house these early settlers built is 
worthy of note. Mr. Lathrop calls them "small plaine pallizadse 
Houses," The walls were made of poles filled between with stones 
and clay, the roof thatched, the chimney to the mantle of rough 
stone, and above of cob-work, the windows of oiled paper, and the 
floors of hand sawed planks. Mr. Lathrop who had been accustomed 
to life in Christ's College, Cambridge, and to a generous life in 
England, truly says that the dwellings in Scituate were " raeane ". 
Elsewhere he calls these structures booths, and says they were open 
and cold, and in winter a high piled fire had constantly to be kept 
burning. All the houses in the village were alike, — there was no 
opening for pride to claim supremacy. In June and July 1639 the 
Rev. Mr. Lathrop and many of the members of his church removed 
and founded the town of Barnstable, probably at the time the most 
easterly settlement on Cape Cod. If Samuel Fuller and his young 
family did not at once follow him thither, he did so in a few years. 
Otis, following the church records of Barnstable, thinks that he was 
there as early as 1641, basing his view on the fact that the Barnstable 
church record contains the baptism of his daughter Sarah on August 
I, 1 64 1, and of Mary on June 16, 1644. Otis says further that it 
does not appear that he was an inhabitant of the town till after 
January first, 1644. Now it is quite possible that the baptismal 
record is correct, and that Samuel Fuller did not settle in Barnstable 
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the two children were carried to Barnstable, or that the Rev. Mr. 
Lathrop visited Scituate, for their baptism. The record was little 
more than the minister's private diary, and all that it can certify to 
is the fact the children were baptised by him. The place might be 
anywhere he might be, if not within the parish of another settled 
pastor. The reasons for thinking that Samuel Fuller settled in 
Barnstable as late as 1650 are two. 

In the second volume of Plymouth Colony deeds, folio i. ( See 
Mayflower Descendant, Vol. i. April 1899, p. 91) is a deed which 
begins as follows : " To all Christian people to whom this p'sent 
writing shall com Samuel fluller of Scituate in the government of 
New Plymouth in New England in america sendeth greeting:" He 
then proceeds to convey to " Peter Collymore of Scittuate " " one 
dwelling house and a barne and Cowhouse with sixteene acars of 
upland more or less bounded on the west with the land of Mr 
William Varssall, on the south with the land of Resolved White, on 
the north with the hieway by the herring brook ; and on the last 
with the mersh ; as allsoe two pcells of mersh land contoining 

twelve acars, with all and severall the appurtenances therunto 

belonging or any way apperteining." This deed was signed and 
sealed March 25, 1650, the first day of the year according to the 
calendar then in use, equivalent to April 4, 1650, N. S. Samuel 
Fuller signed his name to this deed and there is appended the 
consent of his wife, as follows: "The i6th (26th N. S.) of May 
1650 Jane ffuller the wife of Samyel ffuller did com before mee 
Timothy hatherley asistant to the Governor of New Plym : in New 
England and did freely acknowlidg her willingness of the within 
Mencioned sale and did freely Resigne up her Right to Peeter 
Collymore. 

Timothy Hatherley. 

This is perhaps the only mention to be found of Samuel Fuller's 
wife Jane after her marriage. Mr. Hatherley was never a 
resident of Barnstable, and everything seems to show that the 
Fullers were still in Scituate at this date. May 16-26, 1650. 

The other reason is that the first recorded birth of Samuel's 
children occurs on the Barnstable records, in the birth of the child 
Thomas on May 18, 1651. The earliest records of Scituate are 
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Captain Matthew Fuller, Samuel's cousin, appears to have 
removed from Plymouth at about the same time, and together they 
bought of Secunke, an Indian, Scorton or Sandy Neck, that .s, so 
much of it as lies within the town of Barnstable. The arable land 
in the purchase was set ofE to the Fullers, the remamder, mcludmg 
the meadows, was reserved as town commons, and afterward 

"^^ Samtl Fuller also bought meadow of his cousin Matthew that 
was Major John Freeman's and meadow of Samuel House, and land 
on Scorton Hill. He lived in the northwest angle of the town m a 
secluded spot, where few had occasion to pass. He had been a 
constable at Scituate in 1641, and his name appears a few times as 
juryman, or committee to settle difficulties wuh the Indjans. He 
Js the only one of the passengers of the Mayflower who settled 
permanently at Barnstable, and one of the late survivors of that 
immortal company. He was buried, if not on his own estate, m 
the ancient burial place at Lothrop's Hill in Barnstable, near the site 
o£ the f^rst Meeting House. No gravestone now exists. 

The Wai and Inventory of SamueP FuUer (Edward'). 
Recorded in Plymouth Colony Wills and Inventories, Volurne IV 
Part II, pages 138 and 139. (Transcribed by George Ernest 
Bowman, and first published in the Mayflower Descendant, Vol. II. 

\o m8) "The last Will and Testament of Samuel ffuller of Barnstable Late 
D ceased Exhibited to the Court held att Plymouth fift of June ;^S84 on the 
oath of Capt : Josepth I^ython^ and Mr Samuel AUin as followeth The nme 
and twent/ethlDay of October in the year of our Lord one thousand sjx 
hundred eiWv and three; I Samuel ffuller senir of the Towne of Barnstable 
in the Gov Jent of New Plymouth being ancient (aged) and -ry weake m 
body but of good and Compitent memory thankes be unto allm.gh ty God 
and CalUng to remembrance the uncertaine state of this transUory hfe and 
^hat all fflesh must yeild unto Death when it shall please God to Call, Doe 
lue ordle and & Constitute & Declare this my last wnll and Testament in 
Manor and form following : „ ^ j 

Revoking and Anulling by these presents all and every Testament and 
Testaments wUl and wills heertofore by mee made and declared either by 
wo d Trw^ghting; and this to be taken onely for my last will and Testament 
::: none other ; 'and first I give and Comitt my soule unto almighty God my 
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the earth ; from whence it was taken, to be buried in such Decent and 
Christian manor as to my executors heerafter Named shalbe thought meet 
and Convenient ; and Now for the Settleing of my temporall estate and such 
goods Catties and Debts as it hath pleased god fan- above my Deserts to 
bestow upon mee ; I Doe order Give and Dispose the same in Manor and 
forme following; That is to say first I will that all those Debts and Dutyes as 
I owe in right or Conscience to any manor of prson or p'sons whatsoever 
shalbe well and truely Contended and payed or ordained to be payed within 
Convenient time after my Decease by my executors hereafter named: 

Item I Give and bequeath unto my eldest son Samuell ffuller two p'sells 
of Marsh one of them I bought of Mr Samuell house Deceased and the 
other I bought of Captaine Matthew ffuller Deceased that he had of M' John 
ffreeman ; 

Item I give and bequeath to my son John ffuller four acrees of Marsh 
and one halfe which I bought of Peter Blossome 

Item I give and bequeath that p'sell of Marsh that lyes by Ralph Jones, 
his Marsh, To my two sones Samuell ffuller and John ffuller to be equally 
Devided betwist and one prsell of Marsh that lyeth on this side Scoton 
ffeildes to be Devided as above.said and and the angle Lotts of Marsh att 
Scoton point to be equally Devided between them alsoe the Eelcreik Lott of 
Marsh to be alike Devided as above specifyed and the Lott of Marsh att 
Sandy neck upon the same accoumpt alsoe ; and all my upland upon Scoton 
neck to be equally Devided betwist them as the other above Mensioned. 

Item I give to my son Samuell ffuller all my upland that lyeth above my 
uppersmost ffield and to range quite Crosse my land upon one and the same 
lyne as the uppermost ffence as my upmost feild now ranges, but alwaies to 
allow Cart wayes to the Comons into the Comons for his brother John Suller 
his heires and assignes 

Item I give and bequeath unto my son John fuller my now Dwellinghouse 
orchyard and all out housing and all the rest of my Upland wherever it dothe 
lye, but alwaies to allow a Cart way into the meddowes for his brother 
Samuell ffuller his heires and assignes. 

Item I Give and bequeath to my son John ffuller one three yeer old horse 
runing in the woods ; 

Item I Give and bequeath to my son Samuell ffuller two mares runing in 
the woods ; 

Item I Give to my Daughter Elizabeth Tayler five pound in Mony and 
two Cowes; 

Item I Give unto my Daughter hannah Bonham four pounds in Money 
and two Cowes ; 

Item I Give unto my Daughter Mary Williams four pound in Money and 
two Cowes 

Item I Give and bequeath unto my Daughter Sarah Crowe four poonds 
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Item I Give and bequeath unto my four Daughters hannah Bonham Mary 
Williams Elizabeth Tayler and Sarah Crow all my household stuff e to be 
equally Dvided betwixt them 

item I Give and bequeath to my son John ffuller the Indian Jaell ; my 
pne in the oxen the Cart and plow and the Cart ilnd plow Geares and work- 
ing tooles and one fatt Cow that is to kill and my bald faced horse ; and my 
Great bible ; 

Item I Give and bequeath to my two sons Samuell ffuller and John ffuller 
all the rest of my Neat Cattle to be Devided To my son Samuell one third 
prte ; and to my son John ffuller the other two third pnes therof ; and all my 
sheep to be eciually Devided betwixt them ; 

Item I Give and bequeath to my son Samuell ffyller ten pounds in money 
which hee now owes to me and hath now hath it alredy ; and all the rest of 
my estate in what kind soever it be I Give and bequeath to my two sones 
Samuell ffuller and John ffuller; to be devided to my son Samuell ffuller one 
third Prte therof and to my son John fuller the other two third pnes theiof, 
and by these prsents make ordaine & Declare the above said Samuell and 
John ffuller the executors of this my last Will and Testament; In Witness 
wherof I the said Samuell ffuller have heerunto sett my hand and seal the 
Date above written; 
Witnesse 

Joseph Laythorp Samuell ffuller and a seal. 

Samuell Allin ^ 

Captaine Joseph Laythoqie made oth as a witness to this will before the 
Court held alt I'lymouth the fift of March 1683-84. 

Mr Samuell AUin Made oath as a witnes to this Will above written this 
I oth of March 16S3-84 before mee Barnabas Laythorpe Assistant. 

(p. 139) A true Inventory of all and singular Goods Chatties and Credetts 
o(f) Samuell ffuller seni, late of the Towne of Barnstable in the Govnnent of 
New Plymouth in New England Deceased praysed att his house in Barnstable 
aforesaid the 14 Day of November in the year of our Lord 1683 by Joseph 
Laythorpe and Jededia Jones as followeth: 

Impri his apparrell 08.08.00 

Item in Cash 17 07 00 
Item in 3 Guns amynition shooe 

Nailes «& a peece of Lether 02 09 OO 

Item in Lynnin 03 10 00 

Item in pewter and ten 02 05 00 

Item in brasse 02 05 06 
Item in trayes Chem a tubb and a spoon and an 

old warming pan 00 17 06 
Item Iron potts tonges slice frying pan and 

Candlesticke 01 19 00 

Item a Cobbord old Chists a box & and bedsteed 03 15 00 \ 



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Item tables and chaires bottles & old Gridiron <X) 17 00 
Item looking (glass?) anthome & buccett (bucket?) 00 05 06 
Item a feather bed bolster and two pillowes 

three blanketts a Coverlid & 2 ruggs 07 00 00 
Item a peece of New holland other peeces of 

linnen serge and Cotton and a remnant of 

homade Cloth 02 18 00 

Item a shirt Capps yame sisers thrid 00 10 03 

Item 2 selves a hatt and a tray 00 06 00 

Item in beese and hunny 01 00 00 

Item in old Cask basketts beer barrells a rundleit 00 12 00 

Item in Corn in the (house ?) & in the bame 03 10 00 

Item in Come in the Cribb 03 07 00 

Item in butter and Cheese 04 00 00 
Item in beefe and pork tallow & hyde & hoggs fatt 05 00 00 
Item in sheeps woole feathers Tobbaco baggs 

earthem Dish brimston 01 09 00 

Item in Neat Cattle 27 00 00 

Item in sheep 04 00 00 

Item in swine 00 15 00 

Item in horse kind 04 10 00 
Item the Cart wheels plow Irons & Gears 

thereunto belonging 01 13 00 

Item saddle bridle and horse Geares 00 08 06 

Item Sheep sheers adds & other tooles 00 09 00 
These sumes underneath are brought to the inventor 

the 25 of ffebruary 1683 

Apprised by Jedediah Jones above Mensioned 
Coming not to mind before; 

Item in boards att 01 07 00 

Item in a hatchell 00 05 c6 

Item in Skines a paire of Scales 00 05 00 

Item in bookes oi 04 co 

Item in Geese 00 13 00 

Item an old tecken (ticking ?) att 00 05 00 



The total is 116 05 09 

The land & housing not prised 
John ffuUer made oath to the truth of this inventory this 25 day of 
flebrewary 1683-84 before Thomas Hinckley Govr: John Thacher Assbtant" 

Children of Samuel* and Jane (Lathrop) Fuller. Bom in 
Scituate. /z-,/ 

3. I. Hannahs, b. '^^ -; m. Jan. i, 1658-9 Nicholas 

Bonham of Barnstable. Children : ( i ) I/anTiaM, 
b. Oct. 8, 1659. (2) Mary^f b. OcL 4, i66i; 



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m. July 15, 1 68 1, Rev. Edmund Punham ; her j 
son Jonathan?, b. Aug. 16, 1694 ;/d. March 10, 
1777 ; m. Aug. 5, 1 7 14, Jane kyatt and had 
David*', b. 1723; d. Oct. 6, 1806; m. Rebekah 
Dunn. Their son Phineas?, b. Dec. 11, 1764; 
d. Feb. lo, 1844; m. Nov. 13, 1788, Zeruah 
Dunham, and had Maria^, b. April 28, 1800; d. 
Sept. 2, 1S80; m. Aug. 9, 182 1, Edward j 
Augustus Reynolds. I'heir daughter Rebecca^, .' 
b. May 17, 1824; m. Nov. 3, 1842, Archibald/ 
Foster Steuart, and their daughter Margaret/ 
Foster'" Steuart, b. Aug. 16, 1845 > ™' Sept. 6, 
1870, John Hamilton Derby. Mr. and Mrs. 
Derby reside at Sandy Hill, N. Y. Children : 
I. George Hamilton", b. July 31, 1875 

d. Oct. 18, 1875. 
n. Archibald Steuart", b. Nov. 5, 1876 

m. June 14, 1900, Mary Franklin 

Wait, and has : Mary Hamilton", b. 

Sept. I, 1901 ; Margaret Wait'*, b. 

Aug. 8, 1906. 
HI. Anna Louise", b. July 29, 1879; m. 

Sept. 24, 1906, Andrew Bartlett 

O'Hara. 
IV. John Hamilton", b. Feb. 18, 1886. 
The other children of Archibald Foster Steuart 
are : Edward Reynolds'" Steuart, Sec. Colo. 
Society Mayflower Descendants ; Mary Catherine'" 
Steuart ; Mary Reynolds'" Steuart ; Archibald 
Foster'" Steuart, Jr.; Anna Louisa'" Steuart; 
George Ranyon'" Steuart ; and Juliet'" Steuart. 
Benajah5 Dunham, another son of Rev. Edward 
Dunham and Mary (Bonham) Dunham,* b. Aug. 
13, 1084; m. Sept. 21, 1704, Dorothy Martin, 
and had one son John*^, b. July 8, 1705,. who m. 
Oct. 23, 1728 Mercy Drake. John and Mercy 
also had a son named John?, b. Aug. 12, 1740 
who m. Mary Gleason, b. 1743, and they had a 
son James^, b. Aug. 9, 1768; d. Aug. 28, 1835; 
ra. Ursula Dunn, b. 1767 ; d. Feb. 12, 1840. A 
dau. Abigail*^, b. to James and Ursula March 1 1, 
1792, m. Duncan Ayres, and had a dau. 
'■ - Abigail'", b. May 28, 1818 at New Brunswick, 
N. J. ; d. at Bergen Point Oct. 6, 1891 ; m. there 
Nov. I, 1 85 6 Rufus Story, b. at Milan, N. Y. 

*For a further account of the Dunham Family see " History of Dunham family io America " 
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i Feb. 6, 1813; d. at Bergen Point Oct. 6, 18S7. 

y^ p\ Their dau. Alice" Story, b. at Bergen Point, Jan. 

2, 1858; m. Oct. 19, 1881 David Hall Rowland, 

b. in New York City Aug. 30, 1854. They 

reside in Plainfield, N. J. 
(3) Sarah Bonham, b, Feb. 16, 1664 at Barnstable. 
SamueP, bap. Feb. 11, 1637 at Scituate. 

Elizabeths, b. • m. Joseph (^) Taylor. 

Sarah3, bap. Aug. i, 1641 by Rev. John Lathrop; 

d. about 1651-54. 

7. V. Mary3, bap. June 16, 1644 by Rev. John Lathrop; 
m. Nov. 18, 1674, Joseph Williams, son of John 
Williams of Haverhill, Mass. Mis. Mary Williams 
d. 1720 in neighborhood of Norwich, Conn., 
where they settled in 1694. Children: (i) 
Sarah4, b. Nov. 7, 1675. (2) Mary4, b. Nov. 29, 
1677. (3) John'*, b. Feb. 17, 1680, who settled 
in Pequatormuck, then in Norwich, now in 
Pres'Dn, Conn.; d. 1741 and left descendants. 
(4) Hannah*, b. Sept. 30, 1683. 

Born in Barnstable. 

8. VI. Thomas^, b. May 18, 1651 ; d. young. 

9. VII. Sarah3, b. Dec. 10, 1654 ; m. Crowe, (prob- 
ably John Crowell, Senior, of Yarmouth, who d. 
in 1714). Children: (i) Jane^, who ra. before 
Feb. 10, 1696-7, David O'Kellia of Yarmouth. 
(2) Thomas'*. (3) John-*. (4) Ephraim*. (5) 
Sarah4. (6) Jemima4. (7) ThankfuK (8) 
Hannah'*, b. April i, 1677. 

10. tVIIT. John3, b. about 1656. 

11. IX. Infants, b. Feb. 8, 1658; d. 15 days after. 

THIRD GENERATION. 

4. Samuel3 Vijller, {Samuel^, Edward*), b. Feb. 1637-8; 
m. Anna' Fuller (Matthew'). There is no record of his family on 
the Barnstable records, and but little is known of him. He 
probably lived on a portion of his father's estate. An inventory of 
his estate was taken at Barnstable, Dec. 28, 1691, amounting to 
;^98. 17. 00. From this it appears that he had been some time 
deceased, and that his widow had recently died, for her estate was 
settled on the 30th of the same month. The names of his children, 
given below, are taken from an agreement made at that time, dated 
Dec. 30, 1691. 



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Children, born at Barnstable. r 

Barnabas'*, b. about 1659; m. Elizabeth Young. • i 
Joseph^, b. about 1661 ; m. Thankful Blossom. 
Matthew^, b. about 1663 ; m. Patience Young, 
lienjamin^, b. Dec. 16, 1665 ; ni. 
Desire^, b. about 1667; m. June 11, 1703, John 
Taylor. This marriage is recorded in New 
London, Ct. She is called late of Barnstable. 
May have been second wife, for on New London 
records is the marriage of John Taylor of New 
London, and Sarah Abram of Haddam, Jan. 15, 
1701-2. 
17. VL Sarah*, b. about 1669. 

10. John3 Fuller, {Sa//i//r/^, Et/rcurr^'), b. about 1656 at 
Barnstable ; d. at East Haddain, Conn., between Feb. 28 and May 
20, 1726; m. about 1678, Mehitab^l Rowley. The will of Moses 
Rowley, Senior, (Hartford Probate Records, vol. vii., p. 144), dated 
Aug. 16, 1704, mentions son Moses, daughter Mehitabel Fuller, 
son Matthew Rowley, and son John Fuller. An East Haddam deed 
of 1 7 14 in which Elizabeth^ (Fuller), widow of Moses Rowley, 
Senior, calls John Fuller her son, is additional evidence. Otis is 
wholly in error. Mehitable Rowley was born in Barnstable, Mass., 
Jan. II, 1660-61, and d. in East Haddam about 1732. Mehitabel, 
wife of "Little John" Fuller, was admitted to the church in 
Barnstable Oct. 30, 168S, and four of her children were baptised 
there soon after. "Sometime in 1704, Elizabeth, wife of John 
Fuller from Barnstable," was admitted to the East Haddam church. 
The latter record was made from the minister's recollection, some 
time after the event, and is in error as to the name Elizabeth. 
There is no evidence that John Fuller had a second wife Elizabeth, 
in fact the evidence is quite to the contrary. 

John3 Fuller was called " Little John" to distinguish him |rom his 
cousin, Dr. John-^ Fuller. He lived on his father's estate at Norton 
Neck until 1694, when he removed to East Haddam. Here he 
seems to have prospered in worldly estate. About 1721 he 
conveyed to each of his seven sons ample lands and farming 
implements. 

His will — on file at Hartford — has never been printed before to 
my knowledge. It is not in his own hand, and the signature is very 
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I, John Fuller, Senr of the township of Haddam, County of HartfordL 
upon the east side of the Great River, by the great goodness of God, retain- 
ing my reason, yet being crazy and infirm in body and not knowing the day of 
iny death, have thought it my duty, and do by this my last will and testament, 
disj)ose of what temporal estate God has graciously given me as follows: viz : 
first of all I commit my body to the dust to be decently buried, and my soul 
to Jesus Christ in hope of eternal life. 

Imprimis : I give and bequeath to my dear and loving wife, one cow, such 
as che shall chuse, eight sheep, four pounds in money, the bed she lies on, 
one room in my dwelling house, and so much interest in the plow land and 
grass land of my home lot as may be necessary for her comfortable support 
during her widdowhood, and I do appoint my son Thomas to take care of the 
creatures from year to year, and I do appoint my sons Joseph and Benjamin 
each to give her a day's mowing, in a year yearly, and my sons Shubael and 
John to do her weaving in same proportion between them yearly. 

Item, I give to my oldest son Thomas besides what I have already given 
him by deed of gift, twenty pounds of my right or interest in the Iron Ware 
belonging to the field, but not what is in or for the house. 

Item : I give to my son Samuel besides what I have already confirmed to 
him by deed of gift, viz : twenty pounds of my right or interest in the com- 
mon or undivided land, and one half of my meadow lot called by the name of 
the little pine meadow, together with sundry other valuable things he has 
already had of me. 

Item : I give to my son Shubael, etc. (Identical with the bequest to 
Samuel). 

Item : I give to my son Edward, six pound in money, that is to say, in 
case he never finds his lost money, yet the demands upon him from me upon 
the account of the fat cattle he bought of me late shall be abated to the 
value of six pound, because he hath a deed of gift and sundry other things 
from me. 

Item : I give to my son John, beside the deed of gift, one half of my first 
division meadow lot. 

Item : I give to my son Joseph, beside the deed of gift twenty pounds of 
my interest in the common and undivided land, and one half of the little pine 
meadow." 

Item : I give to my son Benjamin, beside the deed of gift, twenty pounds 
of my interest in the common land and one half of my first divison meadow 
lot. 

Item : I give to my daughter Thankful what she has had already in brass* 
pewter, etc. 

Item : I give to my da.ughter Elizabeth sundry valuables she has already 
received. 

Item : I give to my daughter Mehitabel w^hat she has already received, a 
coverlet and iron pot, also the bed I lie on after my and my wife's decease. 

Item : I give to my wife my mare and to my son Thomas a steer coming 



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two years old. I appoint my sons Thomas and John to be the executors of 
this my will, and direct them to divide any overplus of my estate between my 
three daughters. 

Signed and Sealed Feb. 28, 1725-6. 

John Fuller, Seni" (a seal) 

In presence of us 

Samuel Olmstead. 

Samuel Emons. 

Jonathan Emons. 

This will was exhibited in court at Hartford, May 2, 1726, and 
proved May 10, 1726. 

Children of John^ and Mehitabel (Rowley) Fuller. 
18. 4^1. Thomas^, b. about 1679 in Barnstable; bapt. Barn- 

stable Oct. 21, 16SS. 

Samuel^, b. about 1682 in Barnstable. 

ShubaeH, b. about 16S4 in Barnstable. 

ThankfuH, b. about 1688 in Barnstable; bap. there 
May 10, 1689; m. July 9, 1707 at Colchester, 
Conn., Jabez, son of Thomas Crippen of Fal- 
mouth, Mass. They removed to Sharon, Conn., 
about 1740. Children: (i) Susannah^, b. May 
2t, 1708. (2) Frances^, b. June 26, 17 10. (3) 
Ziv//<?s, b. March 17, 1713; m. March i, 1732, 
Richard Quittefield of Colchester. (4) Thotnas^, 
b. May 15, 1715. {s) Ja/>ez^, b. July 14, 1717. 
{b) Johii^, b. March 20, 1720.^ (7) Mehitabel^, 
b. July 6, 1722. (8) Samuel^, b. July 7, 1724. 
{()) Joseph^, b. June 7, 1726, (10) Thankful^, 
b. April 2, 1728. Four of the sons settled in 
1752 at Amenia, Dutchess Co., N. Y., at a place 
called " Crippentown." 

Deborah'', b. about 1689; m. Sept. 11, 1716, John, 
son of Moses and Mary Rowley, Children: (i) 
Pdtiaict'^, b. Aug 30, 171 7. (2) Content^, b. 
March 26, 17 19 ; m. 1742, Isaac Kneeland. (3) 
Mindtvell^, b. Oct. 9, 1720; m. 1742, Samuel 
Adams. (4) Joseph?', b. May 15, 1722; m. 

Susannah . (5) Sarahs, b. Jan., 1722-3; 

m. Ebenezer Kneeland. (6) Deborah^, b. Dec. 
14, 1725 ; m. Daniel Adams. {"]) Johnny b. July 
7, 1727 ; m. Rebecca Brainard, 1752. (8) Sfths, 
b. May 6, 1730. Sergt. John Rowley d. in Col- 
chester Jan., 1762, whither he removed from 
East Haddam in 1722. Mrs. Deborah Rowley d. 
Jan. 30, 1752, aged 63 years. 



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FOURTH GENERATION. 37 

23. $VI. Edward^, b. about 1691 at Barnstable. 

24. VII. Elizabeth^, b. about 1693 at Barnstable; ra. March 

4, i7i3\. Samuel Rowley, (her cousin) of East 
Haddam and Hebron, Conn. Was living in 
1766. Children: (i) A'athan^. (2) Al>i^iii75, 
(3) Samuel^. (4) Thomas^, m. Lois Cass ^ 
their dau., Lois*', m. Nathaniel Fisk ; Eber? 
Fisk, their son, m. Martha Bigelow; Julia Ann'*, 
dau. of Eber Fisk, m. Orson Richards and had a 
son Eber9, who m. Mary Eliza Culver, parents of 
Frederick B.'" Richards of Fairhaven, Vt., who 
'^ m. Constance Emily Zorti. 

A dau., Lura^, of Eber7 and Martha Bigelow 
his wife, m. Sept: 4, 1831, William Mills, at 
Schroon, N. Y., and their son, William S.*^ Mills, b. 
1850, m. Aug. 14, 1878,' Ida M. Branch at 
Madison, Ohio. Professor William S. Mills 
resides in Brooklyn, N. Y. (5) Abijah^. 
(6) Elizabeth^. (7) Prudence^. 

25. $VIII. John4, b. Nov. 10, 1697 at East Haddam. 

26. tlX. Joseph-*, b. March i, i699->7oo at East Haddam. 

27. tX. ■^Benjamin'*, b. Oct. 20, 1701 at East Haddam. 

28. XI. Anne4, b. about 1703--4; m. March 9, 1727, 

Jonathan Rowley of East Haddam and Sharon, 
Conn. She d. Sept. 6, 1741, at Sharon. 
•• Children: (i) Simeon^, b. ^April 28, 172S; 

(2) Jonathan^, b. Nov. 18, 1*29. (3) Desires. 
b. Dec. 2, 1 73 1. (4) Levi^, b'. Dec. 16, 1733. 
(5) Judah^, b. Aug. i, 1738. (6) Bu/Jah^, b. 
Aug. 31, 1740. Ihese births must have occurred 
in East Haddam or Colchester, although recorded 
at Sharon, unless Jonathan Rowley was some 
years in advance of the main body of Sharon 
pioneers. 

29. XII. MehitabeH, b. April 6, 1706 at East Haddam; m. 

Benjamin Kneeland. Alive Feb. 28, 1725—6; 
no record of her death. 
Deborah and Anne are not named in JohnJ Fuller's 
will, although given as his daughters by Otis and 
others. 

FOURTH GENERATION. 

12. Barnabas* Fuller, {Samuel^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. about 
1659 in Barnstable; d. there in 1738; will dated Dec. 31, 1735, was 
proved April 25, 1738; m. Feb. 25, 1680-1, Elizabeth, daughter of 



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38 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

George and Hannah (Pinson) Young of Scituate, Mass. Dates of 
her birth and death are not found. Barnabas Fuller left his dwelling 
house to his two youngest sons, Isaac and Josiah. 
Children recorded at Barnstable. 

30. ^l. Samuel-S b. Nov. 1681. 

31. $11. Isaacs, b. Aug. 1684. 

32. III. Hannah-S b, Sept. 1688 ; living in 1735 ; called " My 

only daughter" in her father's will. 

33. 4^ IV. EbenezerS, b. April 1699. 

34. 4^V. Josiahs, b. Feb. 1 700-1. 

13. JosF.piO Fuller, {Samuc/i, Samuel^, Edward^), b. about 
1662; d. January 1750-1; m. about 1700 Thankful Blossom, b. 
1675; d. March 1758, dau. of Peter and Sarah (Bodfish) Blossom 
of Barnstable. Joseph Fuller's will, dated July 2, 1750, proved 
Jan. 15, 1 750-1, names wife Thankful, dau. Remember, dau. Mercy, 
and grandchildren Seth, Thankful and Rebecca Fuller. The will 
of Thankful Fuller, dated Aug. 13, 1757, proved March 7, 1758, 
names same grandchildren, daughters Mercy Fuller and Remember 
Crocker, and late husband, Joseph Fuller. These two wills prove 
that Joseph and Thankful (Blossom) Fuller had a fourth child 
Mercy, who m. Lieut. Benjamin Fuller as his second wife, for the 
grandchildren named were Lieut. Benjamin's children. 

Children, born at Barnstable. 

35. I. Remember-S b. May 26, 1701 ; m. May 27, 1755, 

Jabez, son of Nathan Crocker, as third wife. No 

issue. 
Seths, b. Sept. 5, 1705 ; d. Jan. 7, 1732-3. 
ThankfulS b. Aug. 4, 170S ; d. July 3 (5), 1728. 
MercyS, b. ; m. Feb. 20, 1729-30, Lieut. 

Benjamin Fuller as his second wife. 

14. MAnHEw4 Fuller, {SamueH, Samuel^, Edward^), b. after 
1664, at Barnstable ; d. at Colchester before 1744, aged about 80 
years; m. Feb. 25, 1692-3, Patience, dau. of George and Hannah 
(Pinson) Young of Scituate, Mass.,>b. about 1670; d. June 25, 1746 
at Colchester, leaving a will which is a most useful confirmation of 
the relationships here staled. This will, in which she calls herself a 
widow, was dated Feb. 3, 1743-4, and was probated Aug. 6, 1746. 

Matthew^ Fuller settled in Colchester about 17 12, and was bap- 



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tized at the First Church there, Dec. 12, 1734, "aged about 80 
years," — as the record says, probably in error regarding his age. 
Children : 
39. I. Anna?, b. Nov., 1693; m. Oct. 17, 1 717, Tristram 

Blush, son of Joseph and Hannah (Hull) Blush, 
b. April, 1694, in Barnstable. About 1729 they 
removed to Colchester, Conn., settling in what 
was after 1749 the parish (now town) of Marl- 
borough. He d. July 29, 177S (?) ; the date of 
her death not found. Children : (i) Bcnjaminf^, 
b. June 16, 1718; m. May 3, 1744, Mary Adams, 
and d. Aug. 21, 1752. (2) Anna^, b. Nov. 19, 
1 7 19; d. aged 18 years. (3) SjA'anz/s^, b. Oct. 
13, 1721 ; m. Nov., 1757, Esther Day. (4) 
7"/!<7///t/}//^ b. Sept., 1725. (s) /o/iri^, h. 1727; 

m. Abigail . {d) Joseph^, b. Dec. i, 1729; 

m. March 22, 1753, F^lizat)eth Skinner, and in 
1761 settled in North Bolton, now Vernon, Conn. 

(7) David^\ b. 1 73 1-2; m. Zerviah . 

(8) Afan^, b. March 8, 1736; m. .•\pril, 1756, 
Joseph Skinner. (9) Paticnctf^, b. Feb. 2, 1738. 

The name is generally written Biish tn the 

Colchester records, and the number of 

descendants is very large. 
Jonathan?, b. Oct. 1696; m. Rebecca Perry. 
Contents, b. Feb. 169S; m. ist, Benjamin* Fuller; 

m. 2d, Sept. 20, 1 74 1, Dea. Nathaniel Skinner. 

of Sharon, Conn.; d. before May 27, 1754. 
IV. JeanS, b. 1704; d. 1708. 
V. Davids, b. 1706; d. young. 

YoungS, b. 1708 ; m. Jerusha Beebe? 
CorneliusS, b. 17 10; m. Patience ChapeUr" 
Hannahs, b. 1712 ; m. Nov. i, 1733, josiah Strong 
- • Jr.* of Colchester and Middle Haddam, Conn. 

Children: (i) Hannah'^, b. June 8, 1734. (2) 

Anncfi, b. Feb. 11, 1735-6. (3) Jemimcfiy b. 

April 7, 1738. (4) Josiah^, b. Jan. 28, 1740. 

(5) Joshua^, b. April 24, 1743. (6) Mar/*, b. 

Oct. 10, 1746. (7) CaleiP, b. Jan. 20, 1749. 

(8) Patienc^, b. April 25, 1752. (9) Confenh^ 

b. April 20, 1754. (10) BenjamiTfi, b. Feb. 15, 

1759. Numerous descendants. 

^ ' 15, Benjamin* Fuller, {Sarnuei^, Samuel*, Edward*)^ b. Dec 



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40 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

1 6, 1665 at Barnstable ; d. (the Barnstable Probate Records 

contain no reference to him nor his estate), m. . 

Children, born at l^arnstable. 

47. I. Temperances b. March 7, 1702; m. March 30, 

1727, Joseph Blossom of Barnstable. Children: 
(i) Lydia'\ b. ^iarch 19, 1729. {2) James'^,h. 
Feb. 9, 1731- (3) Sarah^, b. Oct. 14, 1734. 
(4) Man^, b. Sept. 14, 1736. 

48. II. Hannahs, b. May 20, 1704; ni. July 25, 1743, Rev. 

Joseph Bourne, son of Judge Ezra and Martha 
(Prince) Bourne of Marshpee, Mass. He was 
pastor at Marshpee [729-42, and d. 1767 without 
issue. 

49. :I:IH. Johns b. Dec. 25, 1706; m. March 7, 1728, Maria 

Nye. 

50. 4:1V. JamesS b. May i, 1711; m. Sept. 22, 1733, 

Temperance Phinney. 

18. Thomas-* Fuller, { Jo/ui^, Satnu^:!^, Edjvan/^), h.2ihonX 1679 
in Barnstable; d. April 9, 1772,' in East Haddam, Conn.; m. 

Elizabeth , b. about 16S9 ; d. Nov. 5, 1784, at East Haddam. 

(An Elizabeth Fuller was dismissed from West Barnstable church to 
East Haddam in May, 1726 ; probably wife of this Thomas). 

Children, born in East Haddam. ^ 

51. 4:V. F^bcnezerS b. Oct. 27, 1715 ; m. Mary Rowley. 

52. 4^VI. ThomasS b. April 5, 1717 ; m. ist, Martha Rowley; 

m. 2d, Mary Hosmer. 

53. tVII. Nathans b. A])ril 20, 1719; m. Abigail . 

54. VIII. Hannah-S b. March 21, 1720; m. in 1743, Capt. 

William Church of East Haddam, Conn., b. 

. Nov. 7, 1716; d. July 31, 1797; son of John 

' '• ,. . and Elizabeth (Olmstead) Church of East 

* *■■' ' ^ ; . ' ',/ Haddam. She d. June 16, 1777. Children, 

''•''•' "''^ ' according to East Haddam and Millington 

), church records: (i) Richard^, bapt. June 17, 

1744, East Haddam. (2) lViiliani^,hdL\)X. hug. 

25, 1745, East Haddam; d. March 16, 1818; 

m. Susanna , b. 1748; d. March 12, 1808. 

They had: i, Millicent?, b. April 20, 1782, m. 

Oct., 1808, Orris Bissel ; ii, Green H.7; iii, 

Ambrose? ; iv, William?, b. 1772; v, Warren?. 

(3) Elizabeth^, bapt. Oct. 1 1, 1747, at Millington; 

m. William Skinner, b. 1743; d. Dec. 30, 1839. 

They had : i, John? ; ii, Dorothy?, m. Jesse 

Wright of Middlefield, Mass. (4) Obadiah^, 



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at nine years of age. (5) 



Ambrose, bapt. June 3, 1753, at Millington, 
Ct. He was a Revolutionary soldier and d. at 
Roxbury Aug. 22, 1775, while encamped there, 
probably unmarried. (6) Uriah^, bapt. May 11, 
1755, at Millington ; d. April 10, 1832; m. 17S2, 
Phebe Dickson, b. 1764 ; d. March 2, 1S19. He 
removed to Middlefield, .Mass. They had: i, 
Uriah?, b. April 30, 17S3, m. Phebe Mack; ii, 
James7, b. 178S, m. Nancy Little, b. Sept. 5, 

1 79 1, dau. of Barzillai and Elizabeth (Blish) 
Little of Bolton, Ct., and Middlefield, Mass. 

(7) Hannah^, bapt. Nov. 13, 1757, at Millington. 

(8) OIiver^\ b. 1763; bapt. June 17, 1764, at 
Millington; d. at Albany, N. Y., Sept. 18, 1818; 
m. Jan. 17, 178S, Elizabeth Cone, dau. of Lieut. 
George and F^lizabeth (Brainerd) Cone of East 
Haddam. She was b. Jan. 20, 1763; d. April 
10, 1799. They had: i, Julius?, b. June 4, 

1792, d. Oct. 18, 1851, in Philadelphia, m. OcU 
29, 1817, Charlotte Moore; ii, \Villiam7; iii, 
\Vcalthy7, b. 1796, m. John Smith; iv, Orris?, b. 
1796 (twin with Wealthy), ni. Samuel Lewis; 
V, Austin?, b. Jan. 9, 17 ^40, d. Aug. 7, 1879, in 
Brooklyn, graduated YaTe Medical "CoTTege, 
practiced at Coopcrstown and Oswego, N. Y., 
and later engaged in manufacture of bicarbonate 
soda in New York City. He m. May 3, 1827, 
Nancy Dwight, b. July 10, 1804; d. Jan. 26, 
1890; dau. of Dr. Elihu Dwight of South 
Hadley, Mass. 

Jabez-S b. P>b. 19, 1722 ; m. Lois Hubbard. 

Jonathans, b. Jan. 12, 1725 ; d. 1758, unmarried. 

Elizabeths, b. March, 1727; m. Samuel Church of 
East Haddam, Nov. 12, 1747. He d. Jan. 31, 
1776, at Gilsum, N. H. Children: (i) Samuel^, 
b. Jan. 28, 1748-9. (2) Ebemzcr^,h. Dec. 14, 
1752. (3) Thomafi, b. Feb. 19, 1754. (4) 
Jddc^, b. Feb. 14, 1756; "killed in battle" Sept. 
i9> 1777" (5) Jonathan^, b. April 12, 1758. 
(6) Jra^, b. Sept. i, 1760. (7) Elizabeth^, b. 
March 25, 1763. (8) Dorothf, b. July 3, 1767. 
{<)) Ashahel^, b. July 12, 1769. (10) Daniel^^ 
b. Oct. 28, 1 77 1. (11) Johtfi, b. Nov. 16, 1772. 
(The last two b. in Gilsum, N. H.) 



42 DKSCENDANTS OF EDWARP FULLER. 

19. Samukli Fuller, {John^, Samuel^, Ed-.vard^), b. about 
16S2, in Barnstable; (i. at Hartford, Conn., Feb. 12, 1757 (See 
Conn. Quarterly, Vol. I,V., p. 183.) I think it probable that he is 
the " aged Fuller of Colchester," in the list of burials in the old 
cemetery at Hartford. He m. June 11, 1703, (New London, Ct., 
Records) Naomi Rowley, dau. of Moses and Mary Rowley of Fal- 
mouth and East Haddam, b. about 1685 ; d. in Colchester about 
1764. 

Samuel Fuller settled in Colchester as early as 1702, and was one 
of the proprietors. He is called on the early records corporal, 
tithing-man, way warden, collector and lister and ensign. Ensign 
Samuel Fuller's estate was administered March 12, 1757, by Nathan 
Sawyer. Inventory, ^443. 5s. His lands were in what is now 
Marlboro. (See Hartford Probate Records, Vol. 12, page 330, and 
Colchester Probate Records, Vol. 4, p. 233). He owned a half 
right in Sharon, Conn., as early as 1741, but did not sectle there. 

Children born in Colchester. 

58. 4^1. Johns 1>- Nov. 3, 1704. 

59. $n. Samuels b. Aug. 31, 1706. 

60. $ni. Moses-S b. Jan. 30, 1708-9. 
AaronS, b. June 3, 171 1. 
Mehitabel-S b. Aug. 6, 17 16; m. John Chamberlain 

Jr. of Hebron, Nov. 8, 1737. 
MercyS, b. June 27, 17 18. 
MaryS b. Feb. 28, 1721 ; m. March 17, 1748, 

Thomas Millard. Lived in East Haddam. 
Desires, b. Feb. 2, 1723 ; m. May 23, 1745, Nathan 

Sawyer. 
AbnerS, b. Dec. 10, 1724.* 
Naomis, b. June, 1727. 

20. Shubael* Fuller, {/ohn^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. about 
1684, in Barnstable ; d. May 29, 1748, at East Haddam, Conn. ; m. 
Dec. 8, 1708, Hannah Crocker, b. March 26, 1688, at Barnstable; d. 

; dau. of Jonathan and Hannah (Howland) Crocker of 

Barnstable. 

Shubael's death is recorded on the East Haddam Records, where 
he had resided for some time previous to his death ; a deed at 
Middletown and the homes of his daughters seem to show that he 



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•An Abner Fuller m. July i6, 1767, Mary Hillyard Crowfoot. Both of W^thersfield, Conn., 
according to Kensington Church records, Hartford County, Conn. 



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FOURTH GENERATION. 43 

resided in or owned land in the parish of Middle Haddam (town of 
Chatham since 1767 ; before that date, Middletown), near the East 
Haddam Une. His wife Hannah was a member of the church at 
East Haddam from June 29, 17 12, and the children were baptised 
there. 

Children recorded in East Haddam. 

68. I. LydiaS, b, Sept. 1, 1709; m. Daniel Gates, b. Feb. 

5, 1706, a tanner of East Haddam (Millington). 
He was a deacon and selectman. She d. Aug. 
14, 1778. Children: (i) Lydicfi, b. Sept. 3, 
i'/32. (2) Jcsse^, b. April 5, 1734; settled in 
Hartland, Conn. (3) Nathat^, bap. May 16, 
1736. (4) Daniel^, b. Sept. 24, 1738. (5) 
HantiaM\ b. Sept. 9, 1744. (6) Josep/fi, bapt. 
Feb. 14, 1748. 

69. $n. EphraimS b. Sept. 8, 171 1 ; m. Sarah Beckwith. 

70. ni. Thankfuls, b. July 10, 17 13; m. Abijah Brainard of 

Middle Haddam, Conn. Children: (i) Z<raA**, 
b. Dec. 12, 1740. (2) Jephthai^y bapt. Feb. 23, 
1743. (3) Rachel^, b. Feb. 17, 1744- (4) 
Dorcas^, b. Feb. 16, 1746. (5) Urijah^, b. Feb. 
27, 1748. (6) Asap}fi,\>.^\zxc\s, 7, 1750. (7) 
Shubael^, b. Jan. 12, 1752. (8) Thankful^, b. 
March 7, 1754. (9) Corneliu^, b. June 26, 
1756. (10) Maryf", b. Aug. 5, 1758. All these 
were married and their descendants must number 
hundreds, if not thousands. She d. April 28, 
1806, aged 97 (?) years. 

71. IV. » Zerviahs, b. March 29, 1716; m. Edward Bill. 

Children: {i) Josfiua^, b. Feb. 10, 1735. (2) 
Mat^^, b. 1739. (3) Benajah^. (4) Eunic^. 
(5) Hannah'^. (6) Scik''. (7 and 8) Sibyl^ and 
EHshcfi, b. between 1743 and 1751, and bapt. at 
Middle Haddam, Conn., Oct. 10, 1751. She was 
admitted to the church in Bolton, Conn., whither 
her husband had removed, and had bapt. there 
Zeniiah^, Oct. 28, 1750, d^nA Joanna^, bapt. April 
26,_j752. He settled first in Colchester, 1732, 
theiT in Middle Haddam and Bolton. His son 
Jonathan, b. May 5, 1733, in Colchester. 
72. V. Hannahs, b. April 29, 17 18; m. Sept. 10, i738» 

Lemuel Daniels. She d. May 19, i7S3. and he 
m. 2d, Oct. 15, 1754, Mary Rowley. He. lived 
in Chatham, near the Haddam line, and was a 
member of the church at Middle Haddam. 



44 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Chiklreii : (i) Lemuel^. (2) Hannah^, (who 
d. young). (3) Asa^. (4) Amascfi. (5) 
//annah'\ (6) Tabithc^. His descendants 
lived in Chatham for many years. 

73. iVI. Shubaels, b. Jan. 6, 1720-1 ; m. ist, Hannah Cone ; 

m. 2d, Sarah Chapman. 

74. Vn. Jonathan-S b. Sept. i, 1724; d. Jan. 19, 1726. 

75. VHI. Rachels, b.. Feb. 24, 1727 ; m. May 20, 1746, 

Justus HUrd of Killingworth and East Haddam. 
Children: (i) Elizabeth^. (2) Shubael''. (3) 
UnaJi'\ (4) JJui(hih<\ (5) Ebenezer^. (6) 
Rachcl<\ (T) Ziuiocl^. (8) Robert Lan^. (9) 
Ascnatli^\ b. between 1747 and 1766. 

76. IX. Leahs, bapt. June 6, 1731 ; d. young. 

23. Edward^ Fuller, {Johni, Samuel^, Edward^), b. about 
1691, probably in Barnstable; d. Jan. 7, 1731, in Colchester, Conn. ; 

ni. 1st, about 1713, Bates, dau. of Lieut. James and Mary 

(Lord) Bales of East Haddam; m. 2d, July 21, 1715, Elizabeth, 
dau. of Shubael and Catherine (Crippen) Rowley of Colchester, b. 
aboat 1694 in I-'almouth ; d. after 1741. She m. 2d, Dec. 10, 1739, 
Jonathan Kilbourn of Colchester. Shubael Rowley d. 17 14 and 
Edward Fuller received a part of his estate for support of the widow 
Catherine Rowley. 

Edward Fuller removed from East Haddam to Colchester in 17 19. 
He was not prosperous; met with pecuniary losses and left an in- 
solvent estate, the personal property appearing in the inventory at 
;^54.io.6. The births of his children are recorded in Colchester; 
their baptisms at East Haddam. 

The probate records at Hartford show that Edward* Fuller 
married twice, and the will of James Bates Sr. of Haddam, east 
side, dated Dec. 4, 1729, found in the same records, mentions "my 
granddaughter Elizabeth Fuller, who is to receive but ;^2o from my 
estate, since her mother in her lifetime had sundry things out of my 
estate." The distribution Nov. 15, 1732, shows that Elizabeth Fuller 
received three acres of swamp east of Salmon River, one black pied 
heifer, one ox, three sheets as her portion of ;^20. 

Children. 

77. L Elizabeths, b. about 1713-14; m. Dec. 3, 1735, Job 

Ackley, b. March 14, 1702 ; son of Thomas and 
Hannah Ackley of East Haddam. Children : 
(i) Ann^y b. May 20, 1737. (2) Stephirfi, b. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 45 

Sept. 9, 1739. (3) Thomas^, b. June 6, 1747 
(4) Phoeb^y b. July 17, 1742. -(5) Ezra^^ b. 
March 31, 1744; (6) Hannah^, b. April, 1746. 
{-]) JolP, bapt. July 17^ 1748. (8) Elizabeilfi, 
bapt. July 22, 1750. (9) is^ri/i/r^/^ bapt. July 22, 
1753, at Westchester church. 

78. II. AnnS, b. May 28, 17 16; m. Dec. 31, 1733, Lewis 

Loveridge of Colchester. Children: (i) 
^ Edward^, b. 1734. (2) John^, b. 1736. (3) 

Eunice^, b. 1740. (4) Anne^, b. 1743. (5) 
Abner^, b. 1/45. (6) David^,h. 174S. Shed, 
before March 24, 1757, probably in 1756. 

79. :III. Abigails, b. April 3, 1 7 18. 

80. IV. Sarahs, b. July 8, 1 7 19. 

81. V^^^ Silences, b. May 22, 1721 ; .to. Dec. 22, 1748, 

Joseph Selden of Haddam. Children: (i) 
Si/enc(^, b. Aug. 14, 1749; m. Jonathan Hunt- 
ington. (2) Joseph^, b. Oct. 10, 1750; resided 
in Hartford, Conn ; he had eight children. (3) 
Cephas^, b. Oct. 19, 1756; m. Martha, dau. of 
Elisha Brainard ; resided at Hartland, Conn. 
(4) Edward^, b. July 22, 1759 ; m. Sybil May of 
Haddam ; had a large family. Mrs. Silence 

Selden d. . (See Huntington Gen. pp. 

185-6). 

82. VI. Phoebes, b. April 18, 1723; m. Jan. 17, 1744, 

Samuel Church. Children: (i) Samuel^^ b. 
1745. (2) Zy<//c6, b. 1746. (3) ^///A b. 1747. 
(4) Hannah'', b. 1749. (5) Phoebtf", b. 1752. 
(6) John^, b. 1754. (7) Edward'^, b. 1756. 
(8) David'', b. 1760. 

83. VII. Eunices, b. May 12, 1726. 

84. tVIII. Davids, b. Jan. 26, 1727-8. 

85. IX. Edwards, b. May m. 1730. He may perhaps be 

the Edward Fuller who was Corporal June 10, 
1755, in Capt. Dimock's Company, of which 
Christopher Holmes of East Haddam was lieu- 
tenant in the Province of New York. He prob- 
ably d. in the army. Sept. 7, 1756, administra- 
tion was granted to Samuel Church of East 
Haddam, and ^^44.1 1.0. was afterward 
distributed. 

25. John4 Fuller, {John\ Samuel*, Edward^), b. Nov. 10, 
1697, in East Haddam; d. there in the winter of i757-S; his will 
probated March 6, 1758; ra. May i, 1721, Mrs. Mary Rowley, 



46 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

widow of Thomas Rowley of East Haddam ; b. Nov. 21, 1694; 

d. ; dau. of William and Esther (Ward) Cornwall, of East 

Middletown (now Portland), Conn. John Fuller and his wife Mary 
joined church at East Haddam July 11, 1731. The son Andrew is 
not mentioned in the will. 

Children born in East Haddam. 
86. J. MaryS, b. Feb. 19, 1721-2; m. Nov. i, 1750, 

Joseph Smith of Colchester and East Haddam, 
son of John and Elizabeth (Kinard) Smith of 
East Haddam ; date of her death not found. 
Children: (i) A/ar/'jh. Aug. 26, 1751. (2) 
A/ifia^, b. July 5, 1753; m. John Brainard, son 
of Joshua and Mehitabel (Church) Brainard; 
lived in East Haddam. (3) Rachel^\\i. Dec. 26, 
1755) '^^- David Brainard, brother of John 
Brainard, just named ; went to West Steventown, 
N. Y. (4) John'\ b. Dec. 19, 1757. (5) 
Reliauc(^\ b. April 7, 1760; m. Jehiel Fuller of 
East Haddam and Vernon, Conn. (6) Lydia^, 
b. June 1 8, 1762. {•]) Joseph", b. Dec. 19, 1765. 
87. n. Esther-S b. July 6, 1724; m. about 1744, Stephen 

Gates of Chatham, (East Hampton Society), 
son of Samuel and Esther Gates of East 
Haddam, b. June 30, 1723; d. Feb 27, 
1784. She d. Nov. 18, 1796, ae. 73. Children; 

( 1 ) Stephen'^, d. unm. ; a Revolutionary soldier. 

(2) Hannah". (3) Esther^, b. Aug. 23, 1750. 

(4) Dt minis'', b. Nov. 23, 1752. (5) Olive^. 
(6) Mati\ (7) Dariu^\ b. Aug. 1768. (8) 

Jonah'\ b. Sept. 30, 1769. 
John-S b. Jan. 29, 1727. 
William'^, b. June 16, 1729. 
Mehitabel-S b. Jan. 3, 1 731-2 ; m. April 29, 1756, at 

East Haddam, Israel Champion. She d. 1793. 

Children: (i) Ichabod", b. Nov. 23, 1757. (2) 

Reuben", b. March 31, 1759. (3) Mehitabel^, b. 

Dec. 24, 1760. (4) Anna^, b. March 4, 1763. 

(5) Mary'^. b. Sept. 25, 1764. (6) Andreisfi, 
b. Sept. 5, 1766. (7) Martha^. (8) Judah^. 
(9) Maltha", b. April 17, 1773. (^o) Noadiah^. 

91. VI. Andrews, b. Aug. 11, 1734. No further record 
found. 

92. Vn. Sarahs, b. June 14, 1737; m. Timothy Chapman, 
Jan. 26, 1764; he was a son of Caleb Chapman 
of East Haddam, b. Oct. 3, 1736. She d. Sept. 18, 



88. 


*ni 


89. 


*iv, 


90. 


V. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 47 

1787. Children: (i) Timothy^, b. Nov. 13, 
1765. (2) Warren^, b. July 7, 1767. (3) 
Russell^, b. Oct, 9, 1769. (4) SaraJfi, b. Oct. 19, 
1771. (5) Mary^, b. Oct., 1773. (6) Statira^, 
b. Feb. 2, 1776. (7) Russell^, b. April 16, 177S. 
(8) Ansel^, b. April 18, 1781. (9) Horac^, 
b. April 17, 1788. 

26. Joseph^ Fuller, {John^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. March i, 
1699-1700, at East Haddam ; d. at Kent, Conn., July 19, 1775 ; m. 
I St, Dec. 22, 1722, Lydia Day, b. April 11, 1698, at Hartford, Conn. ; 
d. Nov. 2, 1763, at Kent; dau. of John Jr. and Grace (Spencer) 
Day (her parents removed from Hartford to Colchester) ; ru. 2d, 
Jan. 8, 1766, Mrs. Zerviah Nobie of New Milford, Conn. Joseph 
Fuller resided in Colchester until 1740, and his older children were 
probably born in that town. In 1738 or 39 he removed to Kent, 
where he spent the remainder of his life. He was one of the 
founders of the church at Kent, April 29, 1741 ; his wife joined by 
letter May 10, 1741. He was a deacon in the church, and next to 
the minister the foremost man of the town. He owned extensive 
tracts of land in Kent. Church records : "Feb. 12, i74i-2atta 
Lawfull Chh meeting voted and made choice of Mr. Joseph Fuller 
to Be a Deacon of this Chh." 

Kent town records : " Joseph Fullers mark is a crop on the 
Left Ear and a half penney the under side of the Right Ear. Dec. 

5. I739-" 

Deacon Joseph Fuller probably left no will. He made several 

deeds of gifts to his sons about 1 757-1 760, as shown on Kent land 
records. 

Deacon Joseph Fuller and his wife Lydia were buried at North 
Kent. The inscriptions on their monuments read as follows : 

"In memory of Deacon 
Joseph Fuller who 
died July ye 19th 1775 
aged 75." 

" In memory of 

Mrs. Lydia wife to 

Deacon Joseph Fuller died Nov. 

ye 2d 1763 in ye 66 

year of her age." 



48 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

A deed, (Colchester land records, Vol. x., p. n) dated Jan. 3, 
1777, speaks of the heirs of Lieut. David Day of Colchester, 
deceased, being brothers and sisters living chiefly in Kent, in the 
County of Litchfield and State of Connecticut, who sell land set out 
by distribution from the estate of said David Day, and is signed by 
Jeremiah Fuller, Josej^h Fuller, Zachariah Fuller, Abraham Fuller, 
Jacob Fuller, Samuel liates and Rachel his wife, Asa Parish and 
Mindwell his wife, and Lydia Hatch. 

The East Haddam Probate Records, Vol. vii., p. 431, (preserved 
at Colchester) mentions the heirs of Lieut. David Day, among whom 
are " the heirs of Lydia Fuller." These, with the inscriptions, prove 
that Lydia Day was the mother of Joseph Fuller's children. 

Children, born in Colchester, or East Haddam. 

93. *L Joseph.^ b. 1723. 

94. n. Rachel', b. 1724; m. July 16, 1741, Samuel Bates 

of Kent. Children: (i) Barnabas^, bapt. 
May 9, 1 742. (2) Ly<iia(\ bapt. July 8, 1744. (3) 
j\[aixaret'\ b. May 24, 1747. {^)/osepJfi, b. 
March 27, 1748; m. Deliverance Skiff. (5) 
Rai]u-l'\ b. April 27, 1750. (6) Rhoda^, b. 
Sept. 24, 1752; d. Jan. 11, 1768. (7) Samuel^, 
b. Sept. I, 1754; m. Deborah Bliss March 25, 
17S4. (8) Thoma^\ b. Sept. 23, 1758. (9) 
Adah'\ b. ALiy 24, 1761. (10) Jeremiah^, b. 
Feb. 16, 1763 ; d. March 6, 1785. 

95. $nL Zachariah^, b. 1725. 

96. IV. Grace-S b. 1726; m. Dec. 23, 1745, John Cahoon. 

Children born in Kent: (i) Elizabeih^\ bapt. 
Aug. 7, 174S; m. June 16, 1765, Richard Lane 
of New Milford and Kent, Conn. Children: 
(Lane) i, John', b. June 23, 1766; ii, Ephraim?, 
b. Oct. 19, 1768 ; iii, Daniel?, b. July 5, 1770, d. 
Feb. 14, 1772; iv, Chloe7, b. April 6, 1772; v, 
Lewis?, b. April 17, 1774 ; vi, Matthias Spencer?, 
b. March 19, 1776, d. June 3, 1777 ; vii, Ruth?, b. 
Aug. 7, 1778 ; viii, Matthias?, b. Sept. 3, 1780 ; ix, 
Ira?, b. July 11, 1782; x, Esther?, b. March 9, 
1785; xi, Rhoda?, b. Dec. 23, 1786. (2) 
Lydia^\ bapt. Aug. 7, 1748; d. before 1776. 
(3) Ruth^\ bapt. Dec. 23, 1751; m. Matthias 
Spencer, and settled in Spencertown, N. Y. (4) 
Abii^ail'^, bapt. Nov. 10, 1748 ; m. Aaron Day and 
settled in Spencertown. (5) Joseph^, bapt. July 
I, 1750; settled in Spencertown. John Cahoon 



FOURTH GENERATION. 49 

was probably from New Milford, son of John 
and Comfort (Peet) Cahoon, who was b. in 
Swansea, Mass., March 9, 1673. Mrs. Grace 
(Fuller) Cahoon d. before 1776. 

97. $V. Jeremiahs, b. 1728. 

98. VI. LydiaS, b. 1729 ; m. Aug. 19, 1749, Thomas Hatch 

of Kent. Children: (i) Barnaba/\ (2) 
James^. (3) Phoeb^, b. March 8, 1754. (4) 
Abigail^, b. Dec. 8, 1755. (S) Sarah'\ b. Sept. 
I, 1759. (6) Abi^') b. Jan. 2, 1762. (7) 
Lydiaf\ b. Dec. 29, 1763. (8) RuiJfi, b. Sept. t, 
1765; d. July 30, 1767. (9) Lasell^, D. Oct. 
14, 1766; his widow remained in Kent until 
1782. but in 1784 was in Manchester, Vt., living 
with one of her children who had settled there. 

99. VII. MindwellS, b. 1730; m. Nov. 23, 1749, Asa Parish 

' of Kent. She d. Oct. 24, 1780, aged 51. 
Children born in Kent: (i) Isaa(^, b. May 13, 
1750- (2) Jerusha^\ b. Sept. 24, 1751. (3) 
Asa^\ b. Oct. 6, 1752 ; m. Jan. 10, 1783, Sarah 
Swift. (4)/<:7/r«^ b. Jan. 5, 1754. {^) Joannc^^ 
b. June 4, 1755. (6) Daniel^', b. Aug. S, 1756. 
(7) William^\ b. Aug. 23, 1758. (8) Oliver^, 
b. Aug. 15, 1762. The ancestors of Thomas 
Hatch were of Barnstable and Falmouth, Mass. 

100. VIII. Ruths, b. about 1733; m. Feb. 24, 1773, Job 

Gould Jr. of Sharon, Conn. ; she was his second 
wife; he m. ist, Nov. 24, 1767, Martha Hurl- 
burt, by whom he had Lyman Gould, b. Dec. 23, 
1769. He was b. 1736, son of Job Gould, b. 
1 7 1 1 , and Sarah Prindle, and grandson of William 
Gould. (See Munsell's American Ancestry, xii, 

10 1. $IX. Abrahams, b. Oct., 1737 ; m. Lydia Gillett. 

102. tX. Jacobs, b. 1739. 
Children bom in Kent ( ?) . 

103. XL Isaacs, b. 1741 ; m. Nov. 5, 1769, Sarah Kelsey; 

d. Nov. 17, 1772, s. p. His gravestone at Kent 
says aged '37' or in 37th year. His estate was 
divided among his brothers, sisters and children 
of his deceased sister, Grace Cahoon, in 1776. 

27. Benjamin^ Fuller, {John\ Samuel^, Edward^), b. Oct. 20, 
1701, in East Haddam, Conn. ; d. Dec. 20, i740> ii^ Sharon, Conn. ; 
the first of the settlers that died; m. about 1720, Contents Fuller, 



50 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

dau. of Matthew4 and Patience (Young) Fuller uf Colchester, 
Conn.; Mrs. Content Fuller m. 2d, Sept. 20, 1741, Nathaniel 
Skinner Esq. of Sharon, who was also from Colchester. She died 
before May 27, 1754. Benjamin Fuller and wife Content were 
dismissed from the church at Westchester (Colchester) in the 
spring of 1740. He had been surveyor or inspector of highways at 
Colchester in 1727. In Sharon he lived on the lot next below that 
of Gov. John Cotton Smith of a later time. All his children, 
except the youngest, were born in Colchester. His oldest daughter 
was probably born in East Haddam, whence he removed about 
1722. 
Children. 

104. I. Patience^, b. Jan. 15, 1721-2 ; m. Ebenezer Mudge, 

b. Oct. 23, 1709; removed to Sharon with her 
father, married there and died in Canaan, Conn., 
about 1769, aged 47 years. Ebenezer Mudge 
m. 2d, Mary Cornish, widow of Gabriel Cornish, 
about 1771. Children: {i) Joshua^, 1737; m. 
Mary Cornish. (2) Hannah^', m. Cornelius 
Hamlin. (3) Samuel^. (4) Abigail^; m. Isaac 
Fisher of Sharon. {$) Stephen^'. {6) Fatienc/\h. 
July 7, 1756; unm. 

105. $11. Matthew?, b. March 6, 1723 ; m. Joanna Root. 

106. III. Deborahs, b. May 2, 1725; m. Jan. 17, 1741-2, 

(iideon Tyler of Sharon. Children : Gideon^, 
b. July 6, 1742; and probably others; m. 2d, 
James Warren. 

107. IV. Rachels b. June 19, 1727 ; alive in 1750. 

108. tV. Josiahs, b. Feb. 23, 1729-30; m. Dec. 20, 1749, 

Irena Dickenson. Removed to Oblong, N. Y. 

109. VI. Jemima?, b. Dec. 15, 1731 ; m. Nov. 10, 1748, 

Nathaniel Warren of Sharon. Children: (i) 
Jemima^', b. May 6, 1749. (2) Rachel^, b. July 
26, 1751. {:},) Nathaniel'^, b. March 29, 1757. 
(4) John'\ b. June 21, 1759. (5) James^, b. 
June 5, 1761. 
no. tVII. Benjamin-S b. April 2, 1734 ; m. Parthena Hubbard. 

111. VIII. JaneS, b. March, 1735 ; m. March 14, 1751, Simeon 

Rowley of Kent. She d. May 10, 1819. 

112. IX. Anns, b. Dec. 23, 1738; m. March 31, 1754, 

Nehemiah Warren. Children: {i) Jame^, b. 
Dec. 30, 1758. (2) Lois(>, b. April 3, 1755. (3) 
Simeon, bapt. May 23, 1779. 

113. X. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 23, 1740-1 ; d. Apr. 14, 1741. 



EXPLANATION. 

In tracing the genealogy of the descendants of Edward Fuller, I 
find all of the sons of the first four generations accounted for, with 
but one or two exceptions. 

The incompleteness of the genealogical history of the generations 
following is explained in various ways. Inadequate records of 
homes and parents ox enlisted soldiers of the wars of the Revolu- 
tion and 1 812; confusion arising from similar given names and 
uncertainty as to fate of prisoners render complete records for these 
periods impossible. This last is illustrated in the case of the 
prisoners on British prison ships as given in the following letter from 
the Secretary of the Society of " Old Brooklynites," in response to 
a request for information. 

THE SOCIETY OF OLD BROOKLYNITES. 

Brooklyn, October 14, 1907. 

Mr. William H. Fuller, 

Palmer, Mass. 
Dear Sir : 

Replying to yours of October 6th, I find among the names of the 
eight thousand piisoners who perished on the British Prison Ship 
Jersey during the Revolutionary war the names of Thadeus Fuller, 
James Fuller, Benjamin Fuller and Thomas Fuller. The last named 
I find mentioned twice in the list. I have no means of knowing, 
however, whether it is an error, or whether there were two named 
Thomas Fuller. 

The publication issued by our Society in 1888 is not for sale, and 
their numbers have grown so scarce that much to my regret I do not 
feel that I can supply you with one. Quoting from the publication 
referred to I find, " no record of the names of any of the prisoners 
of the prison ships Scorpion, John, Strombolo, Falmouth, Hunter, 
Prince of Wales and Transport can be found, though their log books 
make very frequent mention of prisoners having been received on 
board." 

As you are studying up the genealogy of this family probably you 



52 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

will be interested in the following, from one of our Revolutionary 
poets, who thus describes the manner in which the remains of these 
martyrs were disposed of : 

" Each day at least six carcasses we bore, 
And scratched their graves along the sandy shore; 
By feeble hands the shallow graves were made. 
No stone memoria' o'er the corpses laid; 
In barren sands and far from home they lie, 
No friend to shed a tear when passing by; 
O'er the mean toml)s insulting Britons tread, 
Spurn at the sand and curse the rebel dead." 

Very truly yours, 

Chas. L. Young, 

Rec. Sec. 
Other obstacles to genealogical researches are incomplete town 
records, or their loss by fire or otherwise ; removals of families, 
perhaps several times repeated, to localities which have been 
forgotten in the lapse of time ; and the indifference or neglect of 
descendants in answering letters of inquiry. 

There were 30 families to begin the 5th generation, and I have 
concluded, from this point forward, to place the descendants of the 
heads of each of these 30 families in a group by themselves, starting 
each group with its own individual numbering, but continuing the 
numbering by generations. 

The table on the following page gives : 



EXPLANATION. S3 

Heads of families of the Fifth Generation and their lines of descent 
from Edward' Fuller. 

The first column contains number of the group arrranged in order of 
seniority ; the second column, the individual number of the head of the 
group, as given under the 4th generation. 

Samuel-S Barnabas'*, Samuel^, Samuel', Edward'. «^^'f 

Isaacs Barnabas^, SamueU, Samuel', Edward'. ^ ^. 

EbenezerS, Barnabas^, Samuel-J, Samuel', Edward'. 1 V 

Josiahs, Barnabas', Samuel^, Samuel', Edward'. "^ - 

Jonathans, Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel', Edward'. T i* 

YoungS, Matthew*, Samuel^, Samuel', Edward'. 

CorneliusS, Matthew*, SamueU, Samuel', Edward*. 

JohnS, Benjamin*, Samuel3, Samuel', Edward'. 

JamesS, Benjamin*, Samuel^, Samuel', Edward'. 

EbenezerS, Thomas*, John^, Samuel', Edward'. • 

ThomasS, Thomas*, John-S Samuel', Edward'. — / '/ ' 

NathanS, Thomas*, John-% Samuel', Edward'. 

JabezS, Thomas*, John-J, Samuel', Edward'. 

JohnS, Samuel*, John3, Samuel', Edward'. 

Samuels, Samuel*, Johns, Samuel', Edward'. 

MosesS, Samuel*, John3, Samuel', Edward'. 

AaronS, Samuel*, John3, Samuel', Edward'. 

EphraimS, Shubael*, John^, Samuel', Edward'. 

Shubaels, Shubael*, John^, Samuel', Edward'. 

Davids, Edward*, John3, Samuel', Edward'. 

JohnS, John*, John3, Samuel', Edward'. 

Williams, John*, John3, Samuel', Edward'. 

Josephs, Joseph*, John3, Samuel', Edward'. • *- "''' »-'■=' 

Zachariahs, Joseph*, John3, Samuel', Edward'. 

Jeremiahs, Joseph*, John3, Samuel', Edward'. 

Abrahams, Joseph*, John3, Samuel', Edward'. -^ 

Jacobs, Joseph*, John3, Samuel', Edward'. 

Matthews, Benjamin*, John3, Samuel*, Edward'. 

Josiahs, Benjamin*, John3, Samuel', Edward'. 

Benjamins, Benjamin*, John3, Samuel', Edward*. 





Individual 


Group 
Number 


Number of head 


of Group, 


I 


30 


2 


31 


3 


33 


4 


34 


5 • 


40 


6 


■ 44 ^ 


7^ 


45,- 


8 


49 


-9 


50 


10 


51 


II 


S2 


12 


53 


13 


55 


14 


58 


IS 


59 


16 


60 


17 


61 s 


18 


69 


^9y 


73V^ 


20 


84 


21 


88 


22 


89 


*3_ 


93 


24 


95 


2S 


97 


26 


lOI 


27 


102 


28 


105 


89 


108 


30 


no 



54 DESCENDANTS OF EDWAKD FULLER. 

FIRST GROUP. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

30. Samuel'^ Fuller, {Barnabas^, Samuel^, Siv>tuc/\ Edioard^), 
b. Nov., 1 68 1, at Barnstable, Mass. ; died at Bolton, Conn., between 
May 5th and June 6, 1758 ; m. about 1718, Ruth Crocker, b. Aug. 3, 

tt- 1693, daughterof Elea/.er and Ruth (Chipman)Crocker of Barnstable ; 

;-!-, {. d. ; m. (2) Dec. 20, VlI27> l.ydia, widow of Andrew 

Lovell of Barnstable. This family removed from Barnstable to 
Rochester, Mass., thence to Colchester and Bolton, Ct. Samuels 
Fuller was admitted to the church at Bolton by letter from Colches- 
ter, Conn., March 9, 1749. His wife Lydia is probably the widow 
Fuller who d. at Bolton, Ct., Dec. 28, 1764, aged 72 years. His 
will is as follows (Hartford Probate Records, Vol. 18, p. 54 :) ' 

In ye name of God Amen this fifth day of may Annoye Demi 1758 I 
Samuel Fuller of IJolton in ye County of Hartford & Collony of Connecticut 
in new England IJeing sick and Weak of IJodey Hut of Sound mind and 
memory & knowing yl I must shortly Die Do make & Ordain this my Last 
Will & testament — that is to say I'rincipally & First of all I Recommend my 
Soul into the Hands of God Who Gave It & my liody to ye Earth to be 
Buried in Decent Christian lUiriall Nothing Doubting But at ye Resiirrection 
I Shall Keceve ye same By ye mighty power of God & as touching such 
Worldly Estate as By ye Gift of God; I am possesed of : I: Give Devise & 
Dispose of ye same in ye Following manner: - Viz'. - after my full Debts & 
funerall Charges ?.re payd 

I give & Bequeach unto my loving wife Lidia Fuller the Euse & Improve- 
ment of one third part 01 my Keail Estate During her Natural Life & one 
third part of my moveable Estate to l;er and her heirs forever.- Further: 
I: Give unto my Sons Barnabas & Josliua Jointly and Severally all my Land 
on ye West Side of ye Highway to them and ihare heirs for ever - my Will 
Further Is yt my two Sons Barnabas & Lot Shall Euse & Improve my Dwell- 
ing hous to Geliier my Wife having one third part thare In my will further 
Is yt Barnabas & Joshua Shall have ye South side of my hous. Lot on ye 
East Side of ye high way twenty Rods in Width on ye highway north & soyth 
then Hunning east Seventy two Rods th them and there hares for Ever. - my 
Will allso Is yt my Son Barnabas have my Longest gun & my Son Joshua ye 
other to them & thare hairs forever 

Allso: I : Give my Son Lot Fuller all my Lot on ye East Side of ye high 
Way Except ye Euse of my Dwelling hous as above prescribed to his and his 
hairs for Ever — Except ye Land above mentioned on ye South Side of sd 
Lot — my Will Further is yt my two Sons Barnabas & Joshua Shall have ye 

XT Sec S o c. M fcv;:^- rc-^c . St-tA.t-e. c f IZj ., 



SAMUELS fuller's DESCENDANTS. 55 

priveleg of watering thare Stocks in Dry Seasons on ye North Side of my 
Lot on ye East side of ye highway at ye First Run of water to them & thare 
hairs for Ever — my Will allso is yt Barnabas & Joshua have ye Ease of my 
Barn together with Lot for ye Space of ten years — 

I Give ye above mentioned Lands to my sd Sons provided thay pay unto 
ye persons hereafter named as hear In provided viz — yt Barnabas pay to his 
Sister Sarah Fuller ye sum of ten pounds & yt Joshua pay unto his Sister 
Elizabeth Goodspeed ten pounds & yt Lot pay unto his Sister Rebeckah 
Isham ten pounds & yt Eatch of my three sd sons above mentioned pay each 
of them ten pounds to my Son Elezer Fuller & yt Eatch of sd Leagesies Be 
payd Within two years after my Decease — & my live Stock I give unto my 
three Sons Equally namely Hamabas Joshua & Lot a Bove mentioned Exclu- 
sive of my Wife thirds — allso: I : Give to my three Dotters Equally to be 
Divided Betwene them all my household Goods Except my Wifes thirds after 
her deceas namely Sarah Fuller Elisabeth Goodspeed, & Rebekah Isham — 
Allso: I. Give to my three Sons viz Barnabas Joshua & Lot all my team 
tackling and all my other tools Except my Wifes thirds — allso I order my 
sons Josha & Lot Eatch of them to be at one third of ye Cost of Building a 
house for my Son Barnabas In ye Space of ten years sd hous to be of ye 
Same Bigness of my Son Joshuas & as Well Finished as my son Joshuas Is 
Now 

" & I Do Heare By Nomonate my two Sons Viz Barnabas & Joshua to Be 
Executors to this my Last Will & In testimony yt this Is my Last will & 
testament I Do hereunto Set my hand & Seal this 5th of may A. D. 1758. 
"Sined Seald published & Declard to be his Last Will In presance of ys. 
Jonathan Strong his 

Jonth Strong Jr. Samuel Fuller 

Job Strong mark 

(Seal) 

Bolton June the 5th I75<S: There Personally appeared Dea. Jonathan 
Strong Jonathan Strong Junr and Job Strong the witnesses to the foregoing 
will and made Solemn oath that they saw the Testator Sign Seal and Deliver 
the Same and Declared it to be his Last Will : and that in our judgment he was 
of Sound and Perfect mind and memory ; and that they Signed as Witnesses 
in the Presence of the testator and in the Presence of one another. 
Before me : Thos. Pitkin, Just. Peace. 

At a Court of Probate at Hartford the 6th of June 1758 this will was 
approved. 

r\^v •; ', , ic-J- ,r -r-. Test. J. Talcott, Clerk. 

Children of Samuel and Lydia (Lovell) Fuller, bom in Barnstable. 

1. I. Sarah^ b. April 16, 1719; unmarried in 1758. 

2. $11- Barnabas^ b. April i, 1721. 

3. $111. Eleazer^, b. Feb. 9, 1722-3. 

4. *IV. "Joshua^ b. Oct. 3, 1727., 

5. ' ~V7~ Elizabeth^, b. Jan. 24, 1728-9; m. 1755, Nathaniel 



56 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Goodspeed of Barnstable, b. March i8, 1727-8, 
son of Moses and Hannah (Allen) Goodspeed. 
I'hey removed to Vassalboro, Maine. 

6. VI. Rebecca", b. April 3, 1731 ; m. April 25, 1751, 

Timothy Isham, of Barnstable and Bolton, Conn., 
b. May 30, 1725, in Barnstable. He d. at Bolton 
July 16, 1812; she d. there April 8, 1823, aged 
92. Children: (i) Thankful, b. March 21, 
1752 (O. S.). (2) Abigail, b. Aug. 19, 1753 j d. 
Feb. 3, 1800, at Bolton. (3) Timothy, b. Jan. 19, 
^755 > <i- ^ prisoner of war at New York, Nov. 
20, 1776. (;4) Joseph, b. Oct. 16, 1756. (5) 
Benjamin, b. Feb. 17, 1758. (6) Rebecca, b. 
Oct. 17, 1759. (7) Temperance, b. Aug. 12, 
1 76 1. (8) Ebenezcr, b. Dec. 2, 1762. (9) 
Samuel, b. June 30, 1764. (10) David, b. Feb. 
9, 1766. (11) Daniel, b. June 7,1767. (12) 
Joshua, b. April 17, 1769. (13) Anna, b. Jan. 
12, 1771 ; d. Dec. 11, 1807, at Bolton. (14) 
Elizabeth, b. March 13, 1772. (15) Isaac, b. 
1774. (16) folin, b. 1776. All these married 
except those whose deaths are noted. Several of 
the sons and daughter Rebecca settled in Gilsum 
and Surry, N. H. 

7. tVn. Lot^ b. Sept. iS, 1733. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

2. Barnahas'' Fuller, {Samjiel^, Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel^, 

Eihvard^), b. April i, 1721, in Barnstable, Mass.; d. ; m. 

, Deborah . 

He lived in Bolton, Ct., and also in Glastonbury, Eastbury Parish, 
1761-1769. 

(A Barnabas Fuller is mentioned as of 7th Co., 2d Battalion, Col. 
Gay's Regt., Capt. Wells' Co., 1776.) 
Children. 

Daniel?, b. Aug. 22, 1758, in Bolton, Ct. 
Ruth7, b. Sept. i, 1761, in Glastonbury, Ct. ; m. 
Aug. 20, 1783, at Glastonbrry, Barrett Fox of 
New Hartford. 
Christiana?, b. April 27, 1765, in Glastonbury. 
Elijah', b. April 30, 1 771, in Glastonbury. An 
Elijah Fuller m, Hannah Chandler Sept. 21, 
1794, at East Hartford, Ct. (Bailey. Early 
Conn. Marriages.) 



8. 


I. 


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II. 


10. 


Ill 


II. 


IV 



SAMUELS fuller's DESCENDANTS. 57 

Among the baptisms at Bolton, Conn., church, the N. E. His- 
torical and Genealogical Register, Vol. 52, gives Barnabas Fuller, 
Adult, bapt. Sept. 18, 1758, and Daniel Fuller, son of Barnabas, 
bapt. Sept. 18, 1758. 

Bolton and Glastonbury Records afford no other information 
concerning this family. 

3. Eleazer^ Fuller, {Samuel^, Barnabas, Samuel^, Samuel*, 
Edward^), b. Feb. 9, 1722-3, at Barnstable; d. July, 1759, in 
Falmouth, Mass.; m. Feb. 4, 1757, Elizabeth Hatch of Falmouth. 
He of Barnstable. 

He is probably the Eleazer Fuller of Falmouth whose inventory 
is dated Aug. 3, 1759; administratrix, his wife Elizabeth Fuller. 
(Barnstable Probate Records, vol. 9, p. 426). 

4. Joshua*^ Fuller, {Samue/5, Barnabas^, Samuei\ Samuel*, 
Edward^), b. Oct. 3, 1727, at Barnstable; d. March 19, 1816, at 
Surry, N. H. ; m. Dec. 3, 1750, at Bolton, Conn., Joanna Taylor, b. 
1734 ; d. July 25, 1823, at Surry, N. H., aged 89 years, daughter of 
Daniel and Martha Taylor of Bolton, Conn. ; Joshua Fuller left 
Bolton about 1765 and went to Walpole, N. H.; thence to Surry, 
N. H. 

Children, born at Bolton. 

12. I. Lydia7, b. April 13, 1751; ra. March 25, 1772, 

John Hill of Surry. 

13. $n. Samuel7, b. Dec. 25, 1752. 

14. HI. Joshua, b. May 9, 1755; killed at the Battle of 

Bennington, Vt., Aug. 16, 1777. 

15. IV. Joanna, b. June 9, 1757. , . ^. ^ , 

16. *V. David, b. Jan. 27, 1760. = '""-^'^ '^" .,.;^ . /^" 

17. $VI. Levi, bapt. July II, 1762. 

7. LoT^ Fuller, {Samuel^, Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel*, 
Edward^), b. Sept. 18, 1733, i° Barnstable, Mass. ; d. July 12, 1811, 
in Sandisfield, Mass. V . ;^ 

He removed with his father to Colchester, Conn., where he was U^*^ 

baptized 1746; m. , Rachel , probably in Colchester ^ . 

(? ). He came to Bolton, Ct., where he and his wife Rachel joined f -^ 
the church April 13, 1760. She d. Feb. 28, 181 2. In 1768 he 
bought land in Sandisfield, Mass., where he and his wife were 
admitted to the church May 7, 1769. 



SAMUELS fuller's DESCENDANTS. 59 

His children were : 

36. *I. David^ b. June 6, 1783. 

37. II. Elsea, b. April 2, 1786; m. Leonard Bingham. 

38. III. Levi, b. Sept. 3, 1794; d. Oct. 24, 179S. 

39. IV. Jerusha, b. Sept, 30, 1796. 

40. V. Luman, b. Aug. 25, 1798. (Hayward Hist, of 

Gilsum, N. H.) 

41. VI. Levi, b. Sept. 14, 1801 ; d. Sept. 30, 1804. 

42. VII. Orinda, b. July 22, 1803 ; m. Samuel Isham, Jr. 

43. VIII. George W., b. July 13. 1805 ; d. July 5, 1820. 

44. IX. Bradford, b. July 16, 1807. 

45. X. Alvira, b. June 26, 1809. 

17. Levi7 Fuller, {Joshua^, Samuel^, Barnabas^, Samuel^y 
Samuel^, E(haard'), bapt. July 11, 1762, at Bolton, Conn.; d. 
March 12, 1822 ; m. April 22, 1783, at Surry, N. H., Mary Benton 

of Surry, b. , 1763; d. at Surry, N. H., Jan. 20, 1825, aged 

63 years. 

He was a member of Captain John Grigg's Company, Colonel 
Alexander Scammel's N. H. Regiment, Continental Army, at the age 
of 16 years. He enlisted at Walpole, N. H. He settled at Surry, 
Cheshire Co., N. H. Levi Fuller owned a farm adjoining the town 
of Surry. 

His children were : 

Levi^, b. Nov. 9, 1783 ; d. June 8, 1785. 
Mary^, b. March 22, 1785 ; d. April 9, 1795.. 
Hannah'^, b. May 5, 17S6; m. Aaron Hayward, 

Nov. 17, 1803, at Surry, N. H. 
Elijah^, b. Dec. 11, 1787. 
Sylvester^, b. July 2, 1789 ; d. Aug. 8, 1791. 
Calvin^, b. June 24, 1791 ; d. April 9, 1795. 
Sylvester^, b. Feb. 9, 1794; d. May 1, 1795. 
Silas^ b. Sept. 23, 1795; (married) d. aged 29 
years, leaving two daughters. 

NancyS, b. March 9, 179S; ; m. Aug. 22, 

1 8 14, Stephen Winchester. 
Lyman^, b. March 9, 1800; d. young. 
Levi^ b. Feb. 22, 1802 ; d. July 16, 1803. 

Alvira^ b. Sept. xo, 1805; m. .Donaldson 

(N. F.) 

20. JuDAH? Fuller, {Lot^, Samuel^, Barnabas^, Samuel\ 
Samuel^, Edward^), b. Feb. 3, 1765, in Bolton, Ct.; d. OcL 14, 



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58 DKSCKNDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Children, born in IJolton, Ct. 
iS. I. Lot7, bapt. May 11, 1760. 

19. -'!'«»•*' II. feH4iel', bapt. Sept. 6, 1761 ; 4r-yaung.- 

20. 4^111. Judah', bapt. March 31, 1765. 

21. IV. Rachel?, bapt. July 6, 1767. 

Children born at Sandisfield, Mass. 

Abiel7, b. Jan. 24, 1769 ; d. Sept. 28, 1775. ' 

Samuel?, b. Oct. 14, 1770. 

Thomas?, b. June 3, 1772 ; d. Nov. 14, 1777. 

Joseph?, b. April 18, 1775. 

Abiel?, b. June 12, 1777. 

Lydia?, b. Jan. 7, 1779. 

Elizabeth?, b. Alarch 10, 1781. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

13. Samukl? Fui.lkr, {JosIiua'\ Sainiic/^, Baniabas^, Samuel^, 

Samuel^, EihuanV), b. Dec. 25, 1752, in Bolton, Conn. ; d. ; 

ni. Esther . 

He was a private in Col. Ashley's regiment which marched from 
Cheshire Co., N. H., to Ticonderoga, Oct., 1776. Later he was a 
sergeant in Col. Moses Nichols' regiment at Saratoga, 1777, and 
was present at the battle of Bennington Aug. 16, 1777. It is said 
that Samuel got out of powder, and was searching for some when he 
saw his father's horn on a body, and found that it was the corpse of 
his brother Joshua. 
His children were : 

Joshua^ b. July 18, 1781 or 1782.* 

Joanna^, b. December 28, 1785. 

Mary, b. April 16, 1787. 

Esther, b. June i, 17S9. 

Daniel, b. June 9, 1792. 

Bille, (?) b. Oct. 5, 1794. 

Asa, b. April 27, 1798. 

16. David? Fullfr, {Joshuc^, Samuel^, Barnabas^, Samuel^^ 
Samuel^, Edward^), b. Jan. 27, 1760, in Bolton, Conn.; d. May 20, 
1790, at Jay, N. Y. ; m. (i) Jan. 22, 1782, Elsea Gleason; m. (2) 
Eeb. 22, 1792, Jerusha Adams; d. Aug. 31, 1792; m. (3) Oct. 20, 
1793, Orinda Bingham. He is called Capt David. 



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60 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

1S19, at Sandisfield, Mass.; m. ist, Lois , who d. Feb. 19, 

1791 ; m. 2d, Sarah Hastings of Suffield, Ct., who d. June 3, 1812. 
Judah Fuller was in Capt. Catlin's Company of New Marlboro, 
Mass., war of 1S12. He left a will which names wife Sarah and 
three sons below, also Hannah Tricknor or Thichner. (Berkshire 
Co. Probate Rec, vol, 23, p. 172). 
Children. 

Judah L.^ b. Sept. 24, 1788. 

Joseph H.^, b. March 12, 1794. 

Sarah^ b. Oct. 10, 1795. 

Hannah C.^, b. Oct. 20, 1796. 
*V. John H.^ b. Oct. 18, 1797. 

David'', b. June 5, 1800. 

25. Joseph? Fuller, {Lot^\ Sainuel^^ Barnabas^, Samuel^, 
Samuc/\ Ethoanf^), b. April 18, 1775, in Sandisfield, Mass.; 

d. . Supposed to be the Joseph who m. , Lucy , 

and had these children as per Sandisfield Records. 

Children. 

64. I. Lucy^, b. June 10, 1800. 

65. II. Joseph H.^, b. April 15, 1802. 

66. HI. Albert^ b. Sept. 5, 1804. 

67. IV. Abiel\ b. Oct. 5, 1806. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

36. David"' Fuller, {David^, Joshua^, Samuel^, Barnabas^, 
Samuel^, Samiicl\ Eihoard^^, b. June 6, 1783, at Surry, N. H. ; d. 
at Hillsboro, (Lower Village), N. H., Nov. 8, 1867; m. Jan. 6, 
1806, Keziah, dau. of Benjamin and Hannah (Parker) Kimball of 
Hillsboro, N. H., b. July i, 1785 ; d. Feb. 23, 1864. 

David Fuller removed to Hillsboro when twenty years of age and 
** worked out " on a farm for a season. He learned the shoemaker's 
trade at Hillsboro; removing to Francistown, N. H., he remained 
seven years and carried on the shoemaker's business, together with 
that of tanning and currying leather. He then returned to Hills- 
boro, Lower Village, where he established the same business, and 
carried it on until his death. 

Children, born in Francistown, N. H. 

68. $:I. David Gardner9, b. Oct. 27, 1806. 

69. tll. Mark Woodbury^, b. April 7, 1808. 



SAMUELS fuller's DESCENDANTS. 6 1 

70. $111. John Gibson9, b. April 21, 1810. 

71. IV. William Forsaith9, b. May 10, 181 2; d. Nov. 17, 

1830, at Hillsboro, N. H. ; unmarried. 

49. Elijah^ Fuller, {LcviT, Joshua^\ Satnuel'^y Barnadas*, 
Sami/e/i, Samuel^ ^ EdwanP^ ^ b. Dec. 9, 1787, in Surry, N. H. ; d. 
Jan. 5, 1880, at West Union, Iowa; m. March 6, 1810, Matilda 
Newcombe, b. May 10, 1790, at Leyden, Mass. ; d. May 11, 1862, at 
West Union, Iowa, dau. of Hon. Hezekiah Newcombe, who repre- 
sented the towns of Bernardston and Leyden in the General Court 
of Massachusetts more than twenty years. " He was a man of 
strong intellectual power." The Newcombe genealogy runs back to 
one Captain Andrew Newcomb, who according to shipping records, 
was engaged in the shipping trade in 1666-67, 1679-1684, in 
Massachusetts and New York. He was born about 161S. The 
direct line is aa follows: Andrew (i), Andrew (2), Simon (3), 
Hezekiah (4), Peter (5), Hezekiah (6), Hezekiah (7), Matilda (S). 

Elijah Fuller was educated for the sea, but one trip with conse- 
quent seasickness turned him in another direction. He served an 
apprenticeship of several years with a merchant and he was a 
merchant for many years. He was a fine mathematician. He was 
a military man. For many years he was captain of a company and 
was in command at the time of the war of 181 2, but was not called 
into active service. In 18 18 he was a member of the New Hamp- 
shire Legislature. It was during this session that the bill passed 
separating Church and State in New Hampshire, just before the 
vote was taken, Elijah's old minister, Mr. Howe, of Surry, N. H., 
called on him and with tears in his eyes besought him not to vote to 
starve the ministers. He replied that the ministers must look to 
voluntary contributions for support. 

His first seven children were born in Surr)', New Hampshire. 
He moved to Wellsboro, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, about 1823. The 
blood of Governor William Bradford and Edward Fuller were united 
in the marriage of Elijah Fuller and Matilda Newcomb. Jerusha 
Bradford, daughter of Thomas Bradford, son of Major William 
Bradford, son of Governor William Bradford, m. Hezekiah New- 
comb (4). Matilda Newcomb was a lineal descendant of this 
union. ' 



62 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

His children were : 
72* I. Elvira Matilda*?, b. Nov. 26, 1810; m.^^ Asahel 

Fellows of VVellsboro, Pa. Children: {i) Elijah. 
(2) Eliza. (3) Pol/y. (4) George. (5) Sarah. 
(6) Edna. 

73. 11. Harriet Eliza^, b. March 12, 1812; m. Jacob 

Miller, Wellsboro, Pa. Children: (O Francis 
Xavier, b. Oct. 14, 1836; M. E. minister in 
Upper Iowa Conference since 1858. (2) 
Manrtla, b. Sept., 1839; married, {t,) Jacob, 
b. Oct. 20, 1843; married, {i^) Joseph K., b. 
April I, 1845; married; M. E. minister in 
Kansas. (5) Charles, b. June, 1846; married; 
Oklahoma "Per. 

74. ni. Mary Ann", b. Jan. 30, 1814 ; m. Edward Grosjean 

of Wellsboro, Pa. Children: (i) Alary, m. 

Charles Grinell. (2) Margaret, m. 

Holden. (3) Charlotte, m. Charles Grinell. 

(4) Sirquet, m. . (5) Malvina, m. 

Torpy. (6) Emily, m. Playfoot. (7) 

Marion, m. Navil. (8) Agnes, m. 

Baily. 

75. IV. Sophronia Maria^, b. Feb. 28, 1816; d. Sept. 4, 

t8i8. 

76. V. Sarahs b. Jan. 31, 1818; m. DeVVitt C. 

Holden, merchant. Children: {v) Belle. (2) 
Eihuard. (3) Kitty. (4) . 

77. VI. Elijah Newcoml/^, b. Jan. 26, 1820; d. Sept. 2, 

1S23. 

78. VII. Nancy Maria*?, b. Aug. 7, 1822; d. Aug. 17, 1824. 

79. 4:VIII. Levi", b. Aug. 14, 1824. 

80. IX. Samaniha", b. March 20, 1827 ; m. Jeremy 

Kinne. Children : {\) De Witt Clinton, b. Oct. 
7, 1848, at Alma, Kansas. (2) Charity Oretta, 
b. March 6, 1853. 

81. X. Levira Oretta*?, b. May 13, 1830; d. 1858. 

82. XI. Sylvia Jane*?, b. Sept. 16, 1833; d. Jan. 14, 1844. 

58. JuDAH LvMAN*^ FuLLER, ( Judah^, Lot^, Samuel^, Barnabas^, 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward'), b. Sept. 24, 1788, in Sandisfield, 

Mass. ; d. ; ni. Mary . He removed to Oblong, 

Dutchess Co., N. Y. 

Children, recorded in Sandisfield. 

83. I. Clarissa9, b. Oct. 1, 1810. 

84. II. Lois9 (?), b. Dec. 29, 1816. 



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SAMUELS fuller's DESCENDANTS. 63 

)9. Joseph Hastings^ Fuller, {JudaJiJ, Lot^, Samuels^ 
rnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edivard^), b. March 12, 1794, ia 
idisfield, Mass.; d. 1879; intentions filed May 25, 1818, in 
w Marlborough with Sally Smith, dau. of Jonathan and Mercy 
lith, who d. Dec, 1877. 
Children. 

5. $1. Joseph Madison9, b. April 8, 1819 (?). 

6. II. John David9, b. Jan. 23, 1821 ; d. in Sandisfield; 

unm. 

7. *III. Jonathan Smiths, b. March 13, 1S26. 

8. *1V. Judah Carlos?, b. Aug. 6, 1827. 

V. James Franklin?, b. March 3, 1831 ; d. in Sandis- 
field ; unm. 

62. John Harvey^ Fuller, {JudaJO, Lot^, Samuel^, Barnabas^, 
wi eli, Samuel', Edward'), b. Oct. 18, 1797, in Sandisfield, 

ass. ; d. ; m. Elizabeth . 

Children. 

.0. I. Sarah E.9, b. Feb. 9, 1827. 

.1. II. Harvey9, b. Dec. 9, 1828. 

12. III. Heman H.9, b. March 31, 1832. 

13. *IV. Hiram N.9, b. May 6, 1834. 
,4. V. Phiio M.9, b. Feb. 8, 1840. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

68. David Gardner9 Fuller, {David^, DavuH, Joshua^f 
xmuel^, Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel', Edward^), b. Oct. 27, 
06, in Francistown, N. H.; d. in Concord, N. H., July 10, 1S79; 
. April 27, 1830, Jane Converse of Amherst, N. H. In early life 
: kept hotels in Rome and Utica, N. Y., Washington, D. C, Rich- 
3nd, Va., and other places. 
Children. 

5. I. Sarah Jane'", b. June 25, 1S36, in Hooksett, N. H.; 

m. Joseph Harlow of Plymouth, Mass. 

Henry VV.'°, b. June 30, 1838. 

George C.'°, b. Dec. 30, 1840. 

Ethelinda G.'°, b. Dec. 11, 1849, in Concord, 
N. H.; d. there March 5, 1851. 

9. Mark Woodbury9 Fuller, {David^, Davidi, Joshucfi, 
nuel^, Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel', Edward^), b. April 7, 180S, 



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64 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

at Francistown, N. H. ; d. at Hillsboro, N. H., Sept. 23, 1876; m. 
Nov. 17, 1831, Sarah, dau. of William and Sally (Priest) Conn of 
Hillsboro, N. H., born at Shirley, Mass., June 15, 181 2. 
Child, born at Hillsboro, N. H. 
99. I. Susan'", b. April 24, 1840; d. Dec. 13, 1859. 

70. John Girson^ Fullkr, ( David"^, DavidT, Joshua^, Samuel^, 
Barnabas'^, Samuel^, Samuel'-, Edward^), b. April 21, 1810, at 
Francistown, N. H. ; d. at Nashua, N. H., June 14, 1861 ; m. Ann, 
dau. of Nathaniel and Betsey (Robins) Jones of Hillsboro, b. Sept. 
27, 1814 ; d. Aug. 22, 1865. 

Children, born at Hillsboro, N. H. 

100. I. Abbie Ann'", b. Dec. 4, 1834; m. 1855, Stephen 

E. Westcott of Boston. Children: (i) Everett 

EiiIlei-^\ b. at Boston, 1858; d. there Sept. 11, 

1S77. (2) Edith^\ b. at Boston, Dec. 23, 1870. 

loi. H. Helen Marr'", b. July 9, 1836 ; d. Aug. 8, 1840. 

102. tHI. Wirt Ximeo'", b. Jan. 23, 1850. 

79, LEyi") Fuller, {Elijali^, Levii , Joshua^\ Saviuel^, Barnabas^, 
Samuei^, Samuci^, Edicard'), b. Aug. 14, 1824, at Wellsboro, Pa.; 
d. Dec. 8, 1900, at West Union, Iowa; m. May 13, 1845, Jemima 
Elizabeth Tipton, b. June 3, 1826 ; d. Feb. i, 1899, at West Union, 
Iowa, dau. of William and Elizabeth (Slade) Tipton of Howard, 
Center Co., Pa. Levi Fuller was by profession a physician. For 
many years he was a banker and broker. In 1S62-3 and 1864, he 
was U. S. CoMector under appointment of Abraham Lincoln for the 
3d District of Iowa. He was a member of the Iowa Legislature in 
1S62. President of the Board of Trustees of Upper Iowa Univer- 
sity for about twenty years, and President of the Board of Education, 
West Union, Iowa, many years. 

Dr. Levi Fuller and wife moved from Howard, Pa., in 1846, to 
Rock Grove, Stei)henson Co., 111., where he practiced medicine 
several years. He moved to West Union, Iowa, April, 1853, where 
he resided until his death. 

His children were : 

103. $1. William Elijah'", b. March 30, 1846. 

104. IL Matilda Jane, b. May 17, 1848; d. Aug. 6, 1851. 

105. III. Mary Elizabeth, b. June 9, 1850; d. Dec. 7, 185 1. 



SAMUELS fuller's DESCENDANTS. 65 

85. Joseph Madison9 Fuller, (^Joseph Hasting^, JudaK^^ Lot^, 
Samuel^, Barnabas^, Satnuci^, Samuel', ^//ri'ard" ) , b. April 8, 1S19, 
in Sandisfield, Mass.; d. there 1899; n>. Jan. iS, i860, Adelia L. 
Decker, b. June 22, 1831, dau. of Anson C. and Sophia (White) 
Decker of Columbia Co., N. Y. 

They had no children. 

87. Jonathan S.'? Fuller, {Joseph^, Judah"-, Lofi^ Samuel^^ 
Barnabas^, Samuel'^, Sixmiicl^, Edward^), b. March 13, 1826, in 
Sandisfield, Mass.; d. in Sandisfield; m. Nov. 27, 1850, Mary C. 
Smith of Catskill, N. Y. ; resided in West Springfield, Mass.; d. in 
Sandisfield. 

Children. 

106. A daughter, b. ; d. in Sandisfield. 

88. JuDAH Carlos"^ Fuller, {Joseph Hasting^, JudahT, Lot^^ 
Samuel^, Barnabas'', Samuel i, Samuel^, Ed'iuard^), b. .\ug. 6, 
1828, in Sandisfield, Mass.; d. in Sandisfield," April 8, 1869; m. 
1850, Mary Elizabeth Webb, b. May 23, 1S31, in Otis, Mass., dau. of 
Milo and Amanda Webb of Otis. 

She m. 2d, in 1872, Joel Twing ; he d. May, 1890. 
Children (Fullers). 

107. $1. Carlos M.'°, b. in Sandisfield, Feb., 1852; d. Jan. 

16, 1894. 

108. II. Frederick M.'°, b. in Otis, Oct. 6, 1855 ; d. March, 

1897, in Kewaunee, Ills. ; unm. 

109. III. Jennie E.'°, b. Sept. 18, 1857, in Sandisfield; m. 

Oct., 1876, Corodon Downs of Sandisfield and 
had: (i) Sarah E.^\ b. Sept. 13, 1877. (2) 
Marcus C", b. March 18, 188 1. They reside in 
New Marlborough, Mass. 

no. IV. Franklin H.'°, b. Aug. 18, 1859, in Sandisfield; d. 

there Feb. 18, 1894; unm. 

III. V. Myrtie S.'°, b. Nov. i, i86i, in Sandisfield; m. 

Oct. 12, 1879, Lorenzo Packingham of Illinois 
and had : (i) Mary £.'\ b. Oct. 28, 1880. (2) 
//enry Z.", b. 1882. (3) /Reuben G.'\ b. 1885. 
They reside in Granville, Putnam Co., Ills. 

93. Hiram N.9 Fuller, {John B.^, Judahl, Lot^, Samtul^, 
Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Edward*), b. May 6, 1834, in 



66 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Sandisfield, Mass.; ni. F"el). 21, 1S67, in Springfield, Mass., Ellen S. 
Sperry, b. in Monterey, Mass., dau. of Harmon and Sarah A. Sperry. 

TENTH GENET^ATION. 

96. Henry VV.'" Fuller, {David Gardner'), David^, Davids, 
Joshua'', Samuel^, Barnabas'*, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edtcard^), b. June 
30, 1838, at Hooksett, N. H. ; d. April 7, 1885, at Boston, Mass.; 
m. Sept. 16, 1863, Elizabeth Beecher of Boston. 

Henry W. Fuller was a graduate of Dartmouth College, class of 
'57. He enlisted as a soldier in the Civil War; was promoted 
Colonel; in 1866 settled in Boston; was appointed judge of Rox- 
bury court by Governor Robinson. 

Children. 

112. I. Frederick", b. March 23, 1872. 

97. George C.'° Fuller, {David G.'\ David^, DavidT, Joshua^, 
Samuel^, Barnabas'^, Samuel i, Samuel \ Edivard^'), b. Dec. 30, 
1840; d. Feb. 10, 1878, at Concord, N. H. ; m. Dec. 31, 1861, 
Josephine French of Concord, who d. there Sept., 1864. 

102. Wirt Ximeo'° Fuller, {John Gibso?fi, David^, David^, 
Joshua'\ Samuel^, Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), 
b. Jan. 30, 1850, in Hillsboro, N. H.; m. Feb. 3, 1870, Addie 
Russell of Boston, dau. of George E. and Caroline (Grant) Russell. 
Mr. Fuller is a banker and broker in Boston. 

Children ; 

113. I. Wirt R.", b. Jan. 29, 1871 ; d. Mar. 17, 1891. 

114. n. Addie May", b. April 28, 1874, in Roxbury, Mass. ; 

m. June 6, 1895, Harry L. Alderman, son 
Franklin and Elizabeth (Stafford) Alderman, of 
Lexington, Mass. 

103. William Elijah"' Fuller, {Levi'), Elijah^, LeviT, Joshua^, 
Samuel^, Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. March 30, 
1846, at Howard, Center Co., Pa.; m. Jan. i, 1868, Lurissa Jane, 
dau. of Hon. William and Harriet (Heizer) Harper of Mediapolis, 
Des Moines Co., Iowa. The ancestors of the Harpers and Heizers 
were from Virginia and settled in Ross County, Ohio. William 
Harper moved to Iowa in 1842. He m. 2d, Dec. 10, 1903, in New 
York City, Mrs. Clara McLean (Heath) Manning, who traces her 




William Elijah Fuller. 



SAMUELS fuller's DESCENDANTS. 67 

line back to Edward'. She was b. in New York City Dec. S, 1S54, 
where she m. ist, Sept. 11, 1890, H. Courtney Manning of New 
York City, who d. there Feb. 26, 1892; dau. of Asahel Hawley 
Heath, b. Oct. 28, 1823, at Little Falls, N. Y. ; d. March 10, 1899, 
in New York City; m. at Lairdsville, N. Y., May 3, 1843, Mary 
Geraldine Mannering, b. Nov. 6, 1819, at Sandgate, Eng. ; son of 
Henry Heath, b. Nov. 17, 1789, at Egremont, Mass.; d. Feb. 21, 
1S75, at Little Falls, N. Y. ; m. there May 13, 18 10, Mary Casler of 
same place ; son of Hezekiah Heath of Little Falls, b. in Sharon, 
Ct., 1759; fi- July i8> 1S23, at Springfield, N. Y. ; m. Dorothy 
McLean; son of Bartholomew Heath of Sharon, Ct., b. 1710; d. 
1789, at Sharon, Ct. ; m. Mehitable Crippen, b. July 6, 1722, at Col- 
chester, Ct., dau. of Jabez Crippen ; m. July 9, 1707, at Colchester, 
Ct., Thankful Fuller, bapt. May 19, 1689, Barnstable, Mass.; dau. 
of John3 Fuller {Sainiw/^, E(hc>ard') and Mehitable Rowley. 

Since Mehitable Rowley was a dau. of Moses Rowley, who m. 
Elizabeth Fuller, dau. of Matthew of Barnstable, she also traces a 
second line back to the Redenhall Fullers. 

William E. Fuller is a lawyer at West Union, Iowa ; he was a 
member of the Iowa Legislature, also of the 49th and 50th Con- 
gresses. On March 9, 1901, he was appointed by the President and 
confirmed by the Senate, Assistant Attorney General of the United 
States. He resigned June ist, 1907, and returned to his home at 
West Union, la. 

Children, b. to William E. Fuller by first wife. 

115. $1. Levi Harper", b. Dec. 10, 1868. 

116. II. Harriet May", b. May 23, 187 1 ; m. July 24, 1895, 

C. W. Holbrook, a lawyer residing in Okmulgee, 
Oklahoma, and had (i) William Fuller^^ b. 
April 4, 1898. (2) Carlcton Joseph^', b. Jan. 24, 
1900. 

117. III. Stella Emma", b. Feb. 2, 1875; m. Sept. 1, 1897, 

Rev. M. E. McClure. Residence, Council Eiuffs, 
Iowa. Children : ( i ) Donald Fuller^*^ b. June 
26, 1898. (2) Kathryn^^, b. April 15, 1900. 

Clara Augusta", b. March 9, 1877. 

William Wirt", b. Jan. 28, 1880. 

Matilda", b. April 11, 1882 ; d. Aug. 11, 1882. 

Howard Tipton", b. Sept. 13, 1884. 

Flora", b. Sept. 13, 1884; d. Dec. 11, 1884. 

Robert Edward", b. Dec. 6, 1888. 



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107. C'aklos M.'" Kci.i.r.K, {Jtidali Carlos'', Joseph I/asiiiig^, 
Juiia)0, I.ot'-\ Siiniiir/^, /uidui/nis^, Sniniie/^, Samuel^, Edtaard^), b. 
Fcl)., 1S52, in Sandisficld, Mass.; d. Jan. 16, 1894; m. iS72,in 
Sandisfield, Enmia J. Downs. 
Children. 

Frederick J.", b. May 2, 1872. 
Arthur A."', b. Oct. 14, 1S74. 
Wellington 15.", b. Jan., 1876. 
Millie A.", b. Jan. 2, 1878; ni. Edward Parmalee 
and lives in Hotchkinsville, Ct. 

ELEVENTH GENERATION. 

115. Lkvi Haki'Kr" Fin.LKK, {William Elijah''\ Levi'', Elijah^, 
I.cvi'i, Joshua^\ Samuel'^, Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Eihcani^), 
b. Dec. 10, 1868 ; m. Sept. 5, 1893, Bessie Ikown. Residence, Oak 
Park, Illinois. Profession, lawyer, 115 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. 

Children. 
138. I. Dorothy'-, b. May 21, 1894. 

129. II. Elizabeth'^, b. June 29, 1897. 

119. William Wiin" Fullkr, {William Elijah''', Levi'', Elijah^, 
Levi'', Joshtut\ Samuel^, Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward'^, 
b. Jan. 28, 18S0; m. Aug. 10, 1904, Edith Iva Smith. 

Children. 

130. I. Louise Adams'^ b. July 2, 1905. 

131. 11. Margaret'-*, b. March 22, 1907. 

121. Howard Tifion" Fuller, {William Elijah''^, Levi'), 
Elijah^, Lcvi"^, Joshua^', Samuel^, Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel^, 
Edward'), b. Sept. 13, 1S84; m. April 3, 1907, Edith Evelyn 
Padden. Residence, Mason City, Iowa. 

121. Frederick J." Fuller, {Carlos J/.'°, Jiidah Carlof^, 
Joseph Hastings^, JudalO, Lot^, Samuel^, Barnabas^, Samuel^, 
Samuel^ Edivard'), b. May 2, 1872, in Sandisfield; m. Oct., 1904, 
Mayme Moody of West Granville, Mass. They reside in Granville, 
Mass. 

Children. 

132. I. Laura Jennie", b. Aug. 23, 1905. 

133. II. Frederick M.", b. 1906, in Tolland, Mass.; d. Jan. 

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125. Arthur A." Fuller, {Carlos M.^°^ Judah Carlos, Joseph 
Hasting^, Judah^, Lot'^, Santiie/S, Barnabas^, Samuel^, Sii/nucl'f 
Edward^), b. Oct. 14, 1874; ni. July 4, 1905, Annie Wicks of 
Sandisfield. They reside in Sandisfield. 

126. Wellington B." Fuller, {Carlos J/.'°, Jiidah Carloi^^ 
Joseph Hasting^, Judaic, Lot^, Samuel^, Barnabas^, S^inmel^y 
Samuel^, Edjcard^), b. Jan., 1S76; \\\. July 4, 1904, l\y White. 
They reside in Sandisfield, Mass. 

Children. 
134. I. Walter'^, b. Sept., 1905. 

SECOND GROUP. 

FIFTH GENER/\T10N. 

31. Isaacs Fuller, {Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel*, EdTvard^)^ 
b. Aug., 1684, in Barnstable ; d. ; m. July 9, 17 19, at Barn- 
stable, Jerusha, dau. of William Lovell. 
Children, b. at Barnstable. 
I. 4^1. Eli'', b. April 11, 1720. 
'2. II. Mehitabel'', b. March 10, 1722-3; m. Oct. 30, 
1740, Thomas Ames. 

3. III. Williaii/', bapt. Feb., 1723-4. 

4. IV. Jerusha'', b. Jan. 19, 1725-6; m. Feb. 22, 1752, 

John Green of Falmouth. 

5. $V. Zaccheus'', b. Oct. 16, 1727. 

6. VI. Charit/^ b. Dec. 11, 1729; m. Aug. 7, 1760, Silas, 

son of Andrew Lovell of Barnstable. She d. 
Jan., 1S12. 

7. $VII. Isaac^, b. Sept. 9, 1731. 

8. VIII. Seth''', b. May 29, 1734. 

9. JX. Hannah'^, b. April 9, 1736. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

1. Eli*^ Fuller, {Isaac^, Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel*, 

Edward^), b. April 11, 1720, in Barnstable ; d. ; m., 1746, 

Mercy Rogers of Harwich, Mass. She joined West Barnstable 
church from Eastham, April, 1 748. 

Children, recorded at Barnstable. 

10. I. Martha?, b. Nov. 17, 1747. 

11. II. Jedediah', b. March 28, 1749. 

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13. IV. William?, b. Sept. 28, 1753. 

14. V. Jerusha?, b. May 2, 1756.* 

15. VI. Ly<lia7, bapt. May 3, 1761. 

5. Zaccheus'^' Fuller, {/saan, Barnabas'!, Samuel^, Samuel^, 

Edward*), b. Oct. 16, 1727, in Barnstable; d. ; m. Feb. 22, 

1752, Sarah Jones. 

Children, born at Barnstable. 

16. I. Zaccheus?, b. 1758. 

7. Isaac'' Fuller, {Isaac^, Barnabas^, Samuel'>>, Samuel*, 

Edward^'), b. at Barnstable, Sept. 9, 1731 ; d. ; m. Susan 

VVadsworth of Pembroke, Mass. (?) 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

16. Zaccheus7 Fuller, {Zacchcits^', Jsaac^, Barnabas^, Samuel^, 
Samuel^, Edward*), \i. 1758, in Barnstable, Mass.; d. Oct. 28, 
1842, ae. 83 years, at Marston's Mills, Barnstable, Mass.; m. 
Mehitable Hinckley. 

Children. 

17. *I. AUen^^, b. Oct. 23, 1784. 

18. 11. Tirzah^, b. June 28, 1791. 

19. III. Olive'', b. Nov. 5, 1792. 

20. *IV. David^ b. Oct. 23, 1795. 

21. V. Zaccheus Hinckley'^, bapt. West Barnstable, March, 

1803. 

22. VI. Clarissa'^, b. June 29, 1S05 ; bapt. West Barnstable, 

Oct., 1805. 

23. VII. Almira^, b. July 16, 1S07. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

17. Allen^ Fuller, i^Zacchcus'i, Zaccheus^, Isaac^, Barnabas*>, 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Edtvard*), b. Oct. 23, 1784, in Barnstable, 

Mass.; d ; m. Int. entered March 6, 1809, with "Betsey 

Smith," both of Barnstable, who d. at Barnstable, 1827. He is 
called Cajjtain Allen Fuller. 

.(Children of Captain Allen Fuller and " Elizabeth Spith." 

24. I. Thomas Smiths, b. Sept. 27, 1809. 

25. II. Martha Hinckley^, b. July 28, 181 1. 

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26. III. Catherine^, b. Sept. 15, 1815. 

27. IV. Nancy Smith9, b. Nov. 9, 1816. 

28. V. Palmia9, b. Aug. 16, 1819. 

29. VI. Mary Smiths, b. March 23, 1822. 

20. David^ Fuller, {Zaccheus^, Zaccheu^, Isaac^, Barnabas*, 
Samueli,Sa?nuel^y Edward^), b. Oct. 23, 1795, in Barnstable, Mass. ; 
d. at sea Aug. 17, 1854; m. Dec. 28, 1826, Olive Bragg, b. in 
Boston, d. May 30, 1900, ae. 87 yrs. 4 m. 11 d. 

Children. 

30. I. Mary D. 9, b. April 12, 1828, at Osterville, Mass.; 
m. 1850, in Boston, Mass., Edward G. Abbott- 
Martha Ann9, b. Aug. 29, 1829; d. Jan. 21, 1S44. 
Celesta B.9, b. Dec. 12, 1830. 
George B.9, b. Oct. 26, 1832 ; d. Aug. 19, 1854. 
Isabelle B.9, b. April 9, 1835 ; d. April i, 1895 ; m. 

Armand. 

Lucia A.9, b. May 25, 1837; m. July 3, 185S, 

Joseph Chadwick. 
Herschel9, b. March 29, 1839. 
David B.9, b. March 11, 1841. 
William H.9, b. Sept. 2, 1843 J d. Feb. 26, 1845. 
Emily P.9, b. Oct. 6, 1845. 
William H.9, b. Aug. i, 1847 ; d. Dec. 4, 1879. 
Lavinia9, b. Oct. 28, 1848; d. Sept. 13, 1849. 
James B.9, b. July 4, 1850; d. April 28, 1875. 
Lucius T.9, b. Dec. 22, 1852 ; d. Oct. i, 1854. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

36. Herschel9 Fuller, {David^, ZaccheusT, Zaccheu^, Isaan, 
Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward'), b. March 29, 1S39, ia 
Osterville, Barnstable; m. Sept. 20, 1871, Emily S., dau. of Henry 
Gildersleeve of Portland, Ct. 

Captain Fuller has always followed the sea in coasting and foreign 
trade, — since 1859, as master. He was for ten years in the cotton 
business, between Galveston and Liverpool. Resides at Oster\ille, 
Mass. 

Children. 

44. I. Annie G."°, b. July, 1872 ; d. Dec. 26, 1875. 

45. II. Henry Gildersleeve'°, b. 1874. 

46. III. Jennie S.'°, b. May 25, 1876; m. Feb. 24, 1903, 

Ernest G. Phinney. 



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37. David Bragg^ Fuller, {Dai'id^, ZaccheusT, Zaccheu^, Isaac^, 
Barnabas^, Samuel^, Sa//iue/\ Ei/rcard'), b. March 11, 1841 ; 
d. ; m. Eunice S. Cathcart. 



George B.'", b. Oct. 3, 1S68. 

Olive B.'", b. Aug. 10, 1871. 

?:d\vard B.'", b. at Middleboro, Mass., Oct. 9, 1873. 

Everette'°, b. Nov. i, 1875; b. at Middleboro, 

Mass. 
Walter I.'°, b. in Middleboro, Mass., Feb. 21, 1879; 

d. there Sept. i, 1880. 
Walter I.'°, b. Dec. 19, 1882. 



TENTH GENERATION. 

47. George Bkagg'° Fuller, (David B.9, DaviW^, Zaccheus^, 
Zaccheu^, Isaac^, Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Oct. 
3, 1868, at Osterville, Mass. ; m. May 29, 1905, Mary B. Crocker, b. 
in Cotuit, Mass. 

52. Walier Irving'° Fuller, {David B.^, David^, ZaccheusT, 
Zaccheus^, Isaac^, Barnabas^, Saiiute/^, Sanii/el^, Edioard^), b. Dec. 
19, 1882, in Middleboro, Mass.; m. Oct. 11, 1905, Esther Crocker. 

THIRD GROUP. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

33. Ebene;:erS Fuller, {Bania/>as^, Samue/i, Saviufl*, 
.£'//7tv/;Y/'), b. April, 1C99, at P.arnstable ; d. before May 5, 1741 ; 
m. Maria , b. , d. . 

A Maria Fuller, perhaps widow of this Ebenezer, ni. May 16, 
1745, Joseph Rowland of Barnstable as his second wife. He was 
born 1702, son of Isaac and Anne (Taylor) Howland of West 
Barnstable. Joseph and Maria Howland had a child Anne, b. Sept. 
19, 1747. The children of Ebenezer chose or had appointed for 
them as guardian, their uncle, Samuel Fuller, on May 5, 174T. 

Children, born in Barnstable. 

1. $1. David", b. Feb. 6, 1725. 

2. til. Jonathan", b. April 9, 1729. 

3. tin. Daniel", b. Sept. 16, 1731. 

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5. V. William^ b. Sept. 27, 1737. 

6. VI. Jane^ b. Jan. 12, 1739. 

7. VII. Samuel^ b. 1741. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

1. David^ Fuller, {Ebenezer^, Barnabas^, Samuel^ Samuel', 
Edward^), b. Feb. 6, 1725; d. 1797, in Barnstable; m. Martha 
Phinney. Administration on his estate granted Nov. 18, 1797. 

Children, b. in Barnstable. 

8. I. Abigail?, b. 

9. II. Maria?, b. 

10. III. Thankful?, b. 

2. Jonathan^ Fuller, {Ebeiieztr^, Barttabas^, Sa/niiel\ Samuel*, 
Edward^), b. April 9, 1729, in Barnstable, Mass.; d. Jan. 20, 1769, 
in Oxford, Mass.; m. Oct. 5, 1750, Mary Whipple. 

Worcester County Deeds, Vol. 31, p. 532, "William Campbell of 
Oxford, to Jonathan Fuller of the same town — blacksmith — land in 
Oxford village — 2 acres, with dwelling house and blacksmith shop, 
and also a dwelling house and blacksmith shop in the town street." 
Jan. 30, 1749. 

Worcester Co. Probate Record No. 22653. 22654. 
Jonathan Fuller of Oxford. 

Mary Fuller declined adm. on estate of her late husband, 
Jonathan Fuller of Oxford, late deceased. Feb. 15, 1769. 

Jonathan Fuller, aged 16, son of Jonathan Fuller, chose William 
Campbell guardian during his minority. 

Children of Jonathan^ and his wife Mary, b. at Oxford, Mass. 

11. I. William?, b. Jan. 30, 1 750-1 ; d. Sept. 2, 1768. 

12. II. Jonathan?, b. Aug. 11, 1753. A soldier of the 

Revolutionary War. 

13. III. Mehitabel?, b. Oct. 28, 1755 ; d. Dec. 9, 1755. 

14. IV. Mehitabel?, b. Jan. 4, 1757 ; d. May 22, 1759. 

15. V. Mary?, b. Oct. 8, 1760; d. Sept. 21, 1768. 

16. *VI. Daniel?, b. Nov. 22, 1762. 

17. VII. Hannah?, b. Feb. 28, 1765 ; d. Sept. 21, 1768. 

18. VIII. Lydia?, b. Aug. 17, 1768. 

3. Daniel<5 Fuller, {Ebenezer^, Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel*, 
Edward^), b. Sept. 16, 1731, in Barnstable, Mass.; d. ; m. 



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Nov. I, 1753, Martha Hinckley, b. April 24, 1734, dau. of Benjamin 
and Abigail (Jenkins) Hinckley of Barnstable. 
Children, born in Barnstable. 
19. I. Anna7, b. 

Lydia7, b. 
A son7, b. 

Asenath?, bapt. 1772. 
Martha. (?) 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

16. Daniel? Fuller, ( Jonathan^', Ebenezer^, Barnabas^, Samuel^, 

Samuel^, Edward^), b. Nov. 22, 1762, in Oxford, Mass. ; d. ; 

ni. ist. Mar. 15, 1789, Sarah Taft, who d. Nov. 20, 1817, in Peru, 
Mass.; m. 2d, Aug. 9, 1832, in Plainfield, Mass., Mrs. Olive (Reed) 
Joy, who d. Dec. i, 1863, ae. 84 years, 8 months, in Peru, Mass. ; b. 
in Bridgewater, Mass. 
Children. 
24. I. Lewis*', b. May 16, 1789, in Oxford, Mass.; d. Oct. 

31, 1804, in Peru, Mass. 
Adolphus'^, b. Dec. 31, 1790, in Oxford. 
Clarissa^, b. .^pril 22, 1793, in Oxford; m. Int. 

Oliver Ide, Peru, Jan. 23, 181 8. 
Philo"^, b. Oct. 27, 1795, in Oxford. 
Daniel^, b. Dec. 28, 1797, in Oxford. 
Sarah^, b. Sept. iS, 1799, in Oxford; d. Feb. 20, 

1 814, in Peru, Mass. 
Olive^, b. July 22, 1801, in Peru; d. there Oct. 22, 

1803. 
Mercy^, b, Jan. 18, 1803, i^^ Peru. 
IX. Abigail^, b. Feb. 22, 1805, in Peru; d. there May 
9, 1805. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

25. Adolphus^ Fuller, {DanieP , Jonathatfi, Ebenezer^, Barna- 
bas^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Dec. 31, 1790, in Oxford, 

Mass.; d. ; m. Nov. 10, 1824, Anna? Fuller, {/abe^, 

Zadock^, Samuel^, /saaci, Samuel^, Dr. Samuel^), b. June 27, 1773, 
in I^nesboro, Mass.; d. there July 31, 1855. 

Children, born in Peru, Mass. 

33. I. William .\dolphus9, b. July 21, 1826. 

34. II. Amelia Ann^, b. Feb. 27, 1828; d. Sept. 26, 1881 ; 



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35. III. Clara Maria^, b. Nov. 7, 1829; ra. Charles O. 

Smith, and had : (i) Anna^°, b. ; unra. 

36., IV. Daniel Edson9, b. Nov. 20, 1832; d. July 6, 1900, 

at Springfield, Mass. ; unm. 
Children, born in Lanesboro, Mass. 

37. V. Henry Kirk9, b. Dec. 13, 1834; m. ; resides 

in Holyoke. 

38. VI. Emma Delight9, b. Aug. 19, 1837 ; d. Mar. 4, 1907, 

at Northampton, Mass. 

FOURTH GROUP. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

34. JosiahS Fuller, {Barnabas^, Samueii, Samuel^ ^ Edward^), 
b. Feb., 1709, in Barnstable; d. ; m. May 8, 1741 (Inten- 
tion dated June 15, 1740), Ann Rowley of Falmouth, b. , d. 

; dau. of Aaron and Mercy (VVeeks) Rowley of Falmouth, 

Mass. No further information concerning this family. 

FIFTH GROUP. 
FIFTH GENERATION. 

40. Jonathans Fuller, ( Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^ ) , 
b. Oct., 1696, at Barnstable ; d. May 7, 1768, in Colchester, Ct.; m. 
March 3, 17 18, Rebecca Perry, b. 1698, in Sandwich, Mass.; d. 
May 4, 1750, in Colchester, Ct. 

He settled in the part of Colchester called Westchester Society. 
His wife was a member of the church there in 1740, or earlier. 
The Fullers in this parish, viz. : Matthew, Jonathan, Young and 
Cornelius, and Matthew's son-in-law, Benjamin, seemed to have 
lived on adjoining or neighboring farms. Whether his children 
were born in Colchester is not perfectly clear. 

His will, dated April 21, 1761, probated Aug. 2, 1768, mentions 
only children named below. Perhaps there were others who 
deceased before their father. 

Children. 

1. tl. Matthew^, b. about 1 7 19. 

2. II. Alice*^, b. about 1721 ; m. Simeon Ackley of East 

Haddam, Nov. 8, 1739; she d. Aug. 6, 1746. 
Children: (i) SamueP, b. Oct. 3, 1740. (2) 
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3. III. Abigail", b. about 1723 ; m. Israel Dewey, Feb. 13, 

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4. $1V. Jabe//', b. about 1727. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

I. MArriiEw'' Fuller, {Jonathan^, AfaiiJiciv^, Samuel^, Samuel*, 
/u/7i'iin/'),h. about 17 19, in Colcliestcr, Ct. ; d. 1754, in Sharon, 

Ct. (?) ; ni. Bathsheba . Wife Bathsheba, baptized Aug. 30, 

1747, in Colchester. 

Children. 

5. I. A sonV, b. ; d. May 20, 1738, aged 9 mos. 

6. II. Isaiah', (?) bapt. Sept. 12, 1742.* 

4. Jabe/' Fuller, i^JonatJian^^ Mattheiv^, Samuel^, Samuel^, 
EihiHird^),\>. about 1727; d. 1780, in Colchester, Ct. ; m. Sarah 
. His will was probated Oct. 5, 1781 ; oon Elijah executor. 

Children, born in Colchester. 

7. I. Alice", 1). about 1750; m. Nov. 6, 1770, Elijah 

Ackley. 

8. 4:11. jabezs b. about 1753. 

9. III. Elijah^ b. 
10. IV. Jonathan7, b. 

SEVENTH GENEFIATION. 

8. jAiiEZ^ Fuller, {Ja/>c:^\ Jonathan^, MaithcuA, Sami/e/i, 

Samuel*, Edward^), b. about 1753, in Colchester, Ct. ; d. ; 

m. Aug. 25, 1778, Abigail Kellogg.f 

10. JoNAaHAN^ Fuller, {Jabe:!^, Jonathan^, Matthe7ii^, Samuel^, 
Samuel*, Edward^), b. in Colchester, Ct. ; d. there in 1780; m. 

Hannah . Inventory of estate taken March 22, 1780, was 

^645-9-4*. Left a will. 

Children, born in Colchester. 

II. I. Hannah"^, b. 



• I'he Isaiah Fuller above is only known from Colchester chiircli records, so nearly illegible 
that the last name is Joubtful; but as copied fifty years ago, read " Fuller " by the one whom 1 
lollowej. H. W. r.rainard. Aug. 12, 1907. 

iKellogg (Jenealogj', lyoi, says, Abigail Kellogg, b. Dec. 29, 1758, ntarried Elijah Fuller Jr., 
born in East liaddam, Ct. Resided in Avon, N. V., and both died there. 



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12. II. Sarah^, b. ; m. Elnathan Kellogg, who d. 

Sept., 1S43. She d. in Avon, N. Y., June, 1S61. 
Resided at Stafford, N. Y. (Kellogg Genealogy.) 

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SIXTH GROUP. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

1. YoungS Fuller, {Matihcio^, Samucii, Samuel^, Eihvard^), 
b. 1708, in Barnstable, Mass.; d. June 17, 1796, at Ludlow, Mass.; 
m. April 23, 1730, at Colchester, Ct., probably, Jerusha, dau. of 
Jonathan and Bridget (Brockaway) Beebe,* of East Haddam, Ct. 
Both were baptized and admitted to* full communion in the Col- 
chester church, Dec. 24, 1732. 

About 1747, Young Fuller removed to that part of Windsor, Ct^ 
now called Ellington. 

The earliest deed in Windsor in which he appears as grantee, is 
dated Jan. 21, 1747-8. He also owned land in Bolton, East 
Haddam, and elsewhere. In 1767 he removed from Ellington with 
his oldest son Joshua to Ludlow, where he died. 
His children were probably all b. in Colchester. 
Joshua^ b. Sept. 9, 1731. 
David", b. 1733 ; bapt. Apr. 24, 1734. 
Caleb^ b. 1735 ; bapt. Aug. 17, 1735. 

Jerusha'', b. July 30, 1737 ; m. Denslow. 

Lydia^ b. ; bapt. Dec. 13, 1741. 

Anne^ b. ; bapt. March 15, 1747. 

♦Jonathan'' Beebe - Samuel^ and Mary (Keenay) Leebe - John*. John"^, 
Alexanderi, - b. about 1673; d. Oct. 12, 1761; m. about 1690, ist, Bridget, 
dau. of Wolston and Hannkh (Briggs) Brockaway; ni. 2d, Oct. 4, 1759, widow 
Elizabeth Staples. 

Children. 

I. Jonathan, b. i''i94; m. Hannah Coles. 

II. William, b. 1700; d. 17.SS, ae. 88; m. Eleanor . 

III. Joshua, b. ; m. Hannah Brockaway. 

IV. Caleb, b. ; m. Phei)e Buckingham. 

V. Jerusha, b. ; ni. Young Fuller April 23, 1730. 

Samuel^ Beebe, bapt. June 23, 1633, (twin) Broughton, Eng. Had two 
wives, sisters, Agnes and Mary. 

John* Beebe, the emigrant, d. at sea 1650; his will copied in Sec- State 
office, Hartford, Ct. 

( From letter of Kev. Wm. \. Earsdley, "Chase Family Association,** 466 
State St., Brooklyn, N. Y., 2-19-1901, to Mr. F. A. Fuller.) 



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SIXTH GENERATION. 

1. Joshua'' I'^uller, ( Yoi/ng^, Mattheiv^^ Samuel^, Samuel^, 
Hihoard^), b. Sept. 9, 1731, in Colchester, Ct. ; d. Oct. 6, 1810, in 
Monson, Mass.; m. Jan., 1753, Mercy Lathrop, b. Oct. i, 1736, d. 
Jan. 15, 1827, dan. of Solomon and Susannah Lathrop of Tolland, 
Ct. When sixteen years old he removed with his father from Col- 
chester to Ellington, Ct., and March 11, 1754, his father deeded 
him a house and farm there. In 1767, he removed to Ludlow, 
Mass., then a part of Springfield, where he was one of the pioneers 
and a leading man in church and public affairs, and a public official 
in various ca])acities. His last years were spent in Monson with his 
son Benjamin. With the exception of the three youngest, his 
children were all born in Ellington, Ct. 

Children. 

Elisha7, b. April 8, 1754. 

Solomon Lathrop^, b. Dec. 4, 1756. 

EzekieP, b. July 23, 1758. 

Sarah7, b. Dec. 28, 1762; m. Benjamin Chapin of 
Chicopee, Mass.; m. (2) Samuel Chapman of 
Ellington, Ct. She d. 1826. 

I-ydia7, b. May 11, 1765; m. David Barton of 
Granby, Mass. Settled at Whitestown, N. Y. 
Both were buried together the same day, Nov. i, 
1844, at (;;iinton, N. Y., he aged about eighty- 
seven and she eighty-four years of age. 

Benjamin^, b. July 23, 1767. 

Jonathan Beebe?, b. Sept. 28, 1769; d. 1776. / 

Mariana?, b. Nov. 19, 1773; d. Sept. 16, 1776. 

01i\e7, b. Feb. 13, 1777 ; m. William McKinney, 
of Ellington, and d. in Stafford, Ct. 

2. David" Fuller, ( YoutigS, Mattheia^, Samuel^, Samuel*, 
FAhvard^), b. 1733, in Colchester, Ct. ; bapt. there April 29, 1734; 
d. in East Haddam, Sept. 25, 1804 ; m. ist, Lucy (Fuller) Williams, 
widow of Isaac Williams, Dec. 16, 1756; she d. June 14, 1757, ae. 
30; m. 2d, April 17, 1759, Mrs. Ix)is (Hubbard) Fuller, widow of 
Jabez"" Fuller, {Thomas^, John^, Samuel*, Edward^), of East 
Haddam, and dau. of John and Lois (Clark) Hubbard of Middle 
Haddam. She was b. Dec. 13, 1730, in Middletown, Ct. ; d. May 
29, 1792, at East Haddam. 

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parish, then in the town of Windsor, and continued to live there 
until about the time of his marriage, when he settled upon the farm 
which had belonged to Mrs. Fuller's first husband. This farm was 
purchased from Mrs. Fuller's heirs by her son, Jabez? Fuller, and has 
remained in the Fuller family until recently (1896). 

David Fuller was not an owner of real estate in East Haddam, 
but Windsor deeds show him to have been well provided with lands 
in that town. One deed is especially important. It reads: 
" Young Fuller of Windsor, for the love and good will that I have 
to my son David Fuller, formerly of Windsor, aforesaid, now living 
in East Haddam, two pieces of land in the parish of Ellington, one 
half my dwelling house and barn." David Fuller remained in East 
Haddam. 

He was appointed April 30, 1759, guardian to Diademia and 
Beulah Fuller, his wife's children by her first husband. 

The births of the children of David and Lois Fuller are not 
recorded in the East Haddam town records, but we have their 
baptisms from the church records as follows : 

Children of David^ and Lois Fuller, baptized at East Haddam. 

16. L Beulah7, bapt. Aug. 10, 1760; m. 1784, Newton 

Whittlesey, b. June i, 1754, at New Haven, Ct., 
d. Dec. 4, 1785, at Middletown, Ct. (where he 
was a merchant) ; son of Rev. Chauncey 
Whittlesey of New Haven. She d. March 17, 
1841, at Seneca Falls, New York. 
Their only child was Mattha Whittlesey^, b. Nov. 6, 1785, at 

Middletown; m. Nov. 20, 1808, Julius L. Dunning, and resided in 

Shelby Center, N. Y. Their dau. Elizabeth9, b. March 15, iSio; 

m. Nov. 22, 1829, Thomas Valentine Sullivan and resided for a time 

at Seneca Falls. 

17. tn. Jabez7, bapt. May 30, 1762. 

18. HL Jonathan?, bapt. Sept. 11, 1763. 

19. IV. Lucy7, b. Sept. 15, 1766; d. Nov. 24, 1852; m. 

April 24, 1 79 1, Abner Brainard of East Haddam, 
Ct. Children of Abner and Lucy Fuller Brainard. 
(i) Adam^, b. Oct. 17, d. Oct. 20, 1792. (2) 
Abner^, b. Dec. 6, 1793; m. Lucy Sage. (3) 
Beulah^y b. Oct. 12, 179S ; m. Joel Spencer. 
(4) John Miltot^, b. Oct. 26, 1797; m. Olive 
Silliman. (5) Louisa Fuller^, b. Sept. 23, 1799; 
m. Lyman Brainard. (6) Emi/)^, b. Feb. 18, 



8o DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

1.S02; d. Sept. 20, 1805. (7) Edwin L.^, b. 
Nov. 13, 1804; m. ist, Lucy Whitmore ; ni. 2d, 
Hannah Elizabeth Andrews. (8) Emily^, b. 
Aug. 31, 1806; m. Samuel Dorrance Day. (9) 
Eups Lcwis^, b. July 15, 1808; m. ist, Emily 
Scovil ; m. 2d, Clara C. Brown. There were two 
other children who died young. 

20. $V. Joseph?, bapt. Aug. 26, 1770. 

21. VI. Olive?, bapt. Nov. 22, 1772 ; m. and had a family. 

3. CAlki;''' Fullkr, ( )'<^//;/g'5, Matthew^, Safiiuvi^, Samuel^, 
Ei/7C'(ini'), b. 1735, iri Colchester, Ct. ; bapt. there Aug. 17, 1735 ; 
d. Aug. 20, I Si 5, aged l3o, at Hanover, N. H. In 1758 he graduated 
from Yale College, receiving the degree of A. M. in 1762. He was 
licensed to ])reach by the Hartford South Association Feb. 5, 1760, 
when he is described as '-'of Windsor, now residing at Andover." 
Oct. 28, 1762, he married Hannah Weld, the seventh daughter of 
fifteen children of the Rev. Habijah (Harvard 1723) and Mary 
(Fox) Weld of Attleborough, Mass., and sister of the wife of Rev. 
Oliver Noble (Yale 1757), pastor of the church at Coventry, Ct. 
Caleb F"uller scenis never to have been a settled pastor, though 
doubtless he often preached as a supply, since manuscript sermons 
of his are now in possession of his descen<lants. From 1770 to 
1777 he resided in East Windsor, Ct., removing thence to Middle- 
town, Ct., and from Middletown in 1790 to Hanover, .N. H., 
perhaps because he desired to educate his son at Dartmouth College. 
At Hanover he was deacon of the college church. He was a man 
of earnest piety, benevolence and kindly heart, affable, quiet and 
unostentatious, perfect in integrity, an adviser of the whole 
community. 

Mrs. Hannah Fuller d. Jan.. 13, 1805, aged 64, at Hanover, N. H. 

Children of Caleb" and Hannah (Weld) Fuller. 

kUgusta?, b. Sept. 3, 1763, at Windsor, 

Nov. 6, 1764, at Windsor; d. Dec. 24, 

March 29, 1766, at Windsor; d. Aug. 

NoTF. Prof. Homer W. lirainard of Hartford, Ct., son of William R. Brainard, is a 
prnndNon of Kiios Lewis 8, and the author of Genealogy of the lirainard family now ( July 190S) 
in pros, which set*. 

I'rof. Hrain;ird also collected much of this information on Fuller genealogy, but owing to 
pressure of other duties in 1903, was not able to continue with the work. 



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Ludlow; m. Dec. 28, 1809, Asahel Rood, b. 
Hebron, Ct., July 10, 1780, d. in Ludlow March 
26, 1852. Their children were all born in Ludlow : 
(i) Asahel Orleans^, b. Nov. 5, iSii ; d. Mays, 
1888, in Westfield, Mass.; m. May 31, 1S4S, 
Julia A. Barnes, b. Oct. 18, iSr8, in Suffield, Ci. ; 
had one child, Clara L. Rood'°, b. June 20, 
1855 ; m. George W. Andrews of Granville, Ct., 
and had four children. {2) Jos/iua Dcwft/-*^, b. 
Feb. 22, 1815 ; d. in West Warren, Mass.; m. 

and had son Charles Dexter Rood"*. 

Joshua D. Rood was for many of the later years 
of his life agent of the Boston and .■\lbany R. R. 
at West Warren. Charles Dexter Rood, his son, 
resides in Springfield, Mass., and is president of 
the Hamilton Watch Company, with offices at 
Lancaster, Pa. (3) Horace F.'>, b. Nov. 22, 
1818; d. in Nokomis, 111.; m. Aug. 20, 1843, 
Nancy Laagdon, and had Clarence f]dwin'°, b. 
Oct. 22, 1852 ; Horace Edgar'°, b. Nov. 4, 1S55 ; 
Florence Asenath'°; Alice Maude'°, b. Aug. 27, 
1858, d. Oct. 4, 1876; Mr. Rood was a well 
known and prosperous merchant of Nokomis, 
111. (4) Erasmus D.^>, b. Sept. 10, 1822 ; m. 
and lived in Milwaukee, Wis., and Pana, 111. (5) 
^A'9, b. July 7, 1828; d. Feb. 11, 1906, in 
Palmer, Mass.; m. June, 1850, Sarah Jane Chat- 
man of Ellington, Ct., b. Feb. 14, 1834, d. Nov. 
19, 1903, in Palmer. Children: i, Asenath J. 
Rood'°, b. April 27, 1851, in Vernon, Ct., m. 
(i) Dec. 25, 1871, Albert Hayden, b. in Spring- 
field, 1833, — two children, Nettie Orpha" and 
Rena", — m. (2) March 11, 1904, Henry Sey- 
mour9 Fuller, (Henry Seymour^, Elisha~i,Joshiii^''^y 
they reside in Ludlow, Mass. ; ii, Harriet I. 
Rood'°, b. April 15, 1853, in Rockville, Ct., m. 
May, 1871, in Granby, Ct., Robert H. Rust, b. 
Feb. 20, 1838, in Burnhamstead, Ct., — they had 
(a) Genevieve Adelaide", b. Dec. 25, 1873, 
in Chaplin, Ct., m. Benj. F. Young and had 
Doris Franklin'^ {b) Anna Eliza", b. Oct. 13, 
1875, in New Hartford, Ct., m. Ed. A. Atwater 
of Springfield, Mass., (^) Harriet Luella", b. 
June 6, 1877, m. Oct. 2, 1901, Charles A. Tabor 
of Thorndike, Mass., and had Harriet Rood'*, b. 
April 28, 1903, and Charles Stuart'-', b. April 13, 
1906, {d) Robert Ely", b. May 28, 1881, d. 



84 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

May I, 1SS3, (r) Fred Samuel", b. April 11, 
1883, d. Nov. II, 1883, (/) Lottie Maria", b. 
Oct. 12, 1S84, d. July 22, 1S86; iii, Fred K. 
Rood"", b. Nov. 15, 1856, m. Dec. 19, 1887, 
Mrs. 'I'irza (liirge) Atwater of Westfield, Mass. — 
Mr. Rood is a member of the well-known firm of 
Rood & Woodbury, grocers, of Springfield, Mass. ; 
iv, Nettie M. Rood'°, b. July 18, 1859, in Wilbra- 
ham, Mass., m. Jan. i, 1884, in Charlton, Mass., 
James Edward Fuller of Palmer, Mass., and had 
Leona B.", b. in Chicago, 111., March 15, 1885, 
d. June 5, 1893, Harry Edward", b. 1886, d. 
1887, Phillip Ely", b. Nov. 11, 1889, in Palmer, 
Mass.; v. Alma L. Rood'°, b. Dec. 15, 1861, in 
Springfield, Mass., m. Jan. 3, 1887, E. E. 
Kendall; vi, Lottie F. Rood'°, b. April 12, 1867, 
in Holyoke, Mass., d. Jan. 6, 18S7. 

39. 4^ IX. Samuel'', b. March 25, 1791. 

40. X. Martha^, b. Oct. 30, 1793; d. June 4, 1854, in 

Springfield, Mass.; m. Int. April 7, 1812, with 

Henry Starkie of Springfield, Mass. 'Ihey had 

one child, a dau., Olivia MS>, b. ; m. 

James B. Robb and had dau., Julia, and also a 

son, Henry, who d. ae. 22 years. 
Waterman"', b. Aug. 7, 1796. 
Henry Seymour*, b. Dec. 11, 1798. 
Rebecca^ b. Jan. 16, 1803; d. Aug. 29, 1848, in 

Ludlow, Mass.; m. Nov. 23, 1820, Jared Carver 

of Ludlow, b. there in 1791, d. Jan. 15, 1835. 

Had iwo sons, Ortw^v and Francis; both dead ; 

George married Ellen Fuller, and had a dau., 

Sarah, who m. John Cohn. 

44. $X1V. Zera Fuller'', b. Sept. 29, 1804. 

8. Solomon LATiiRor7 Fuller, {Joshua^, Young^, Mati/iew^, 
Sa///uc/i, Samuel^ Edward^), b. Dec. 4, 1756, at Ellington, Ct. ; d. 
March 14, 1829, at Somers, Ct. ; m. (i) Martha P. Moody of 
Granby, Mass., b. 1763, d. April 10, 1795, at Somers, Ct. ; m. (2) 
Tamar Smith of Granby, Mass., b. 1760, d. Aug. 12, 1848, aged 88 
years. 

Solomon L. Fuller was a Revolutionary soldier serving in Capt. 
Jenning's Co., Col. Field's New Hampshire regiment, and a man of 
marked business ability, wealthy, and influential. 

Children. 

45. I. Josiah Moody^ b. Sept. 18, 1781 ; d. Sept. 12, 1793. 



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46. II. MaryS, b. April 6, 1786; d. Aug. 9, 1791. 

47. till. Solomon'*, b. Sept. 22, 1787. 

48. IV. Asa^, b. Sept. 21, 1792 ; d. Sept. 14, 1793. 

49. V. Martha^, b. Dec. 8, 1796; m. Alfred Smith; d. 

Oct. II, 1818, leaving one son, Charles F.^ who 
d. 1863 ; was a lawyer residing in Colorado. 

50. $VI. Asa^, b. Dec. 16, 1799. 

9. EzEKiEL? Fuller, {Joshucfi, Young^^ Matthew^, Samuel^^ 
Samuel^, Edward^), b. July 23, 1758, in Ellington, Ct., (then a part 
of Windsor, Ct.) ; d. Oct. 16, 1838, at Ludlow, Mass.; m. Mary 
Bartlett, b. 1762, in Granby, Mass., d. May 26, 1852. 

He was a Revolutionary soldier, and enlisted for three years in the 
Continental Army, serving in Capt. Oliver's company, CoL 
Greatbn's regiment. He also served as a minute man, and as 
sergeant. He was placed on the pension rolls May 27, 1819. 

Children, born m Ludlow. 

51. I. Marania^, b. Oct. 12, 1782; d. Dec. 12, 1863. 

52. $11. Elijah^, b. Aug. 26, 1784. 

53. III. Rachel^ b. Oct. 17, 1786; d. Oct., 1873; m. 

Sylvester Clark, b. in Granby, Mass., who d. Oct. 
27, 1874. They had four children: (1) Alvo^^ 
who married and died in the West. (2) 
Angeiine"), b. June, 1816; d. Feb., 1850; m. 
Isaac Brewer. (3) Sumner^, b. Feb. i, 1820; 
d. Dec. 21, 1867 ; m. Prudence B. Murray. (4) 
Caroline^, b. March 2, 1823, at "Ludlow, Mass. ; d. 
Jan. 8, 1905 ; m. Oct. 21, 1846, Richard Collins. 
A daughter — Mrs. Henry (Collins) Labroad — 
resides at North Wilbraham, Mass. 

54. IV. Polly, b. Mar. 11, 1789; d. 1846. 

V. Mercy, b. May 2, 1791; d. 1881 ; m. Nov. 26, 
1 8 1 6, Eli Barton of Granby, Mass. 

55. 4^ i. Ezekiel, b. Feb. 25, 1794. 

56. $VII. Lyman, b. Oct. 25, 1796. 

57. 4;VIII. Franklin, b. Oct. 3, 1799. 

12. Benjamin? Fuller, {Joshua^, YoungS, Matlhev/>y Samuf/i, 
Samuel^, Edward^), b. July 23, 1767, in Ellington, Ct. ; d. Dec. 8, 
1842, in Monson, Mass.; m. Nov. 19, 1788, Annis7 Fuller, {Jehiet^, 
Thomas^, Thomas^, John^, Samuel*, Edward*), b. Oct. i, 1768, in 
East Haddam, Ct., d. Sept. 13, 1854, in Monson, dau. of Jehiel 
and Sarah (Day) Fuller of East Haddam. 



86 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Benjamin? Fuller settled in Monson in 1795, and his father, Dea. 
Joshua, and mother, Mercy (Lathrop) Fuller, removed from Ludlow, 
Mass., and spent the later years of their lives with him. 

IJenjamin and Annis had nine children. 

58. 4^1. Horace Day^ Fuller, b. Feb. 7, 1790. 

59. II. Harriet'^, b. Jan. 23, 1792, in Ludlow; d. May 31, 
182 1 ; m. Feb. 18, 1819, Christopher R. Com- 
stock, b. in Hartford, Ct., d. Aug., 1861. They 
left two children : ( i ) Harriet Fuller'^, b. in 
Hartford; m. Oct. 20, 1840, John S. Hayward 
of Hillsboro, 111., who d. !NIay 3, 1869; she d. 
March 24, 1874; her son, William Eugene 
Hayward, is a banker and real estate dealer in 
Indianapolis, Ind. (1908). (2) Emma Z.9, b. 
in Hartford ; m. Martin L. Pierce of LaFayette, 
Ind., who d. Dec, 1S89. 

60. III. Achsah"^, b. Nov. 13, 1793, in Ludlow, Mass.; d. 
June 23, 1878; m. (i) May 20, 1818, Theodore 
Strong of Monson; (2) Dec. i, 1828, Daniel 
Chajiin, b. July 23, 1791, in East Windsor, Ct., 
d. there Sept, 17, 1878. By her first husband 
Achsah had: (i) Theodorfi, d. young. (2) 
Benjamin'^, b. 18 — ; d. between 40 and 50 years 
of age while on a visit to a sister in Dunkirk, 
N. Y. He settled in Adrian, Mich., where he 
built a block known as " Strong's Block." He 
left one son, Theodore. By her second husband 
she had three children, all of whom are living. 
(3) Flavia Maria'), b. Apr. 23, 1830; m. (i) 
Sept. 18, 1848, George Metcalf, b. Jan. 16, 1826; 
a soldier in the Civil War; killed May 14, 1864, 

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A. Shepard of Broad Brook, Ct. By his first wife 
he had two childrer\, and one, a daughter, is now 
(1906) living. By second wife he had four 
children, two of whom are living. 

Benjamin^, b. Jan. i, 1796, in Monson. 

Austin^ b. Jan. 2, 1798, in Monson. 

Sophia"^, b. May 19, 1800; d. April 30, 1803. 

Warren^, b. Sept. 23, 1804 ; d. Aug. 25, 1808. 

Sophia^, b. Sept. 2, 1806; d. Dec. 18, 1894; m. 
April 2, 1828, Charles B. Jones, b. June 30, 1797, 
d. Nov. 10, 1878, and had a daughter, Harriet 
Sophia, b. April 8, 1829, m. Nov. 28, 1S48, 
George W. Nelson, b. April 26, 1826, d. Jan. 4, 
1 886. Their children are : (i) Charles Riiect>, b. 
Feb. 23, 1850. (2) Frank Geor^^, b. Feb. i, 
1852 ; ni. Oct. 29, 1896, Grace Cochrane, dau. 
of William B. Cochrane of Roscoe, N. Y. (3) 
Mary Augusta^, b. April 23, 1859. 

66. $IX. Warren^, b. May 25, 1809. 

17. Jabez7 Fuller, {David^, Youug^, Matthetu^, Samuel\ 
Samuel^, Edivard'^) , b. in East Haddam, Ct,, in 1762, and bapt. 
May 30, 1762, receiving his name from that of his mother's first 
husband, JabezS, (Thomas^). He d. at East Haddam, March 25, 
1840; m. April 3, 1791, Lydia Smith, b. Feb. 1,1766, d. Kov. 26, 
1841, at East Haddam, dau. of Matthew and Thankful (Ackley) 
Smith. Jabez7 and wife were members of East Haddam Congrega- 
tional church. 

Children, born in East Haddam. 

67. I. Fluvia^, b. Sept. 20, 1792; d. May 24, 1890; m. 

Oct. 2, 181 7, Ezekiel B. Thomas of Columbia 
and Hebron, Ct., b. 1788, d. July 27, i860, at 
East Haddam. She has descendants in East 
Haddam. 

Jabez Hubbard^, b. Oct. 12, 1794. 

Jonathan J.^, b. June 10, 1796. 

Lydia^, b. 1798; d. Oct. 15, 1854, at I^Porte, 
Ind. ; m.. about 1820, Orellana Mack of West- 
chester, Ct., Newfield, N. Y., and LaPorte, Ind. 
She had ten children and numerous descendants, 
some of whom now live at Norwich, Ct. 
71. V. Florella^, b. July 2, 1800; m. May 6, 1830, Bartlett 

Shepard Daniels, b. Feb. 26, 1799, i*^ Chatham, 
Ct. There are descendants now living in West 
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72. :t:VL Ambrose^ b. Sept. 28, 1802. 

73. VII. David^ b. about 1804; d. Nov. 11, 1825, at East 

Haddani, aged 21 years. 

20. J()SKPii7 Fuller, {David'^\ Young^, MatthcuA, Samuel^, 
Samite/^, Edicard^), bapt. at East Haddam, Ct., Aug. 26, 1770; 
m. Amy . 

Children. 

74. I. Lucy'', b. . 

75. II. Roxana'*, b. . 



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22. KkF.nFRicK .Augustus? Fuller, ( Caklfi, Young^, Matlheiv*, 
S<ii/ii/ri^, Sa/n!/el\ Edroard^), b. Sept. 3, 1763, at East Windsor, 
Ct. ; ni. Sept. 17, 1782, Anna Barrett of Welhersfield, Ct. He was 
buried March 8, 1814, at Wethersfield, aged 50. 
Children. 

Mary^, b. Dec. 14, 1782 ; d. Sept. 4, 1783. 

Horace^ b. March 20, 1785. 

Martha^ b. Feb. 8, 1787. 

Wilson^, b. F'eb. 16, 1789. 

Iknjamin Chapman'^, b. March 8, 1791. 

Anna% b. Ai)ril 5, 1795 ; d. Oct. 22, 1795. 

Anna*^, b. July 23, 1796. 

Cornelia Green^, b. Oct. 31, 1801. 

30. Henry Weld" Fuller, ( Cakl/', Young^, Mattheiv^, Samuel^, 
Samuel^, £d7i>ard'), b. Jan. i, 1784, in Middletown, Ct. ; d. Jan. 
29, 1841, in Augusta, Maine; m. Jan. 7, 1806, Esther Gould of 
Newbury, Mass. She d. July 2$, 1866. He graduated from Dart- 
mouth College, iSoi, a classmate and friend of Daniel Webster; 
studied law and settled in /\ugusta, Me. 

Children, born in Augusta. 

84. $]. Frederick Augustus^ b. Oct. 5, 1806. 

85. II. Louisa Sophia"^, b. March 12, 1808; m. Sept. 12, 

1832, Samuel E. Smith. 

86. *III. Henry Weld^ b. Jan. 16, 1810. 

87. IV. Martha Elizabeth'^, b. June 12, 1812; m. Sept. 12, 

1834, Joseph G. Moody," and had: (i) Joseph 
H.'\ b. and d. 1836. (2) Caroline F."), b. May 
7, 1836. (3) Martha Louisa^, b. Sept. 2, 185 1. 

88. V. Caroline Weld'', b. June 3, 1815 ; m. June 8, 1835, 

Isaac Farrar of Bangor, Me. He d. i860. Mrs. 
Farrar removed to Cambridge, Mass. Their four 



youngS fuller's descendants. Sg 

children were: (i) Jo/i/i Henrys, b. May i, 
1836; d. March 3, 1838. (2) Henry liy, h. 
April 24, 1840; m. 1867, Laura M. Wilson of 
Chicago, 111. (3) Caroline F.'K (4) Samuel 
A9, b. July 25, 1854. 

89. $VI. Benjamin Apthorp Gould'^, b. May 23, 1818. 

90. VII. Lucretia Goddard^, b. Aug. 9, 1824; m. Dec. 27, 

1849, Joseph K. Clark, son of Franklin Clark of 
Wiscasset, Me., and had : (i) Franklirfi, b. Oct. 
6, 1850. (2) Joscplfy, b. Aug. I, 1853. (3) 
Benjamin F.'\ b. July 6, 1857 ; d. Jan. 27, 1863. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

31. JoHN^ Fuller, (^FJisha'^,Jos}uu^, Yoi/ng^, Matthew^, Sa/n/w/i, 
Samuel^, Fdward'), b. April 30, 1775, in Ludlow, Mass.; d. there 
June 19, 1840; m. (i) May 16, 1805, Bathsheba Colton, b. Nov. 
II, 1783, d. May 14, 1814; m. (2) June 10, 1815, Theodosia 
Capen, b. April 12, 1786, in Belchertown, d. Feb. 2, 1845. 

Children, all born in Ludlow. 

91. *.I. VValter9, b. March 24, 1806. 

92. $11. Norman Colton9, b. March 24, 1808. 

93. till. Edmund Warren^, b. Feb. 13, 181 1. 

94. IV. Orra9, b. May 13, 1813 ; d. , 1868 ; m. June 

26, 1842, Justin Lombard, b. , 1803, in 

Ludlow, d. , 18S3-4. They had (i) 

Fhilo'", d. . ( 2 ) Dex/er W.'", d. ; 

m. Mary Trim. (3) Dennis 0.'°, d. Aug. 13, 
1904; m. ist, Sarah Crowfoot; m. 2d, Nov. 3, 
1877, Lottie'° Fuller; she d. Aug. 12, 1890, 
dau. of Norman Colton'' Fuller ( Johif", E/isha'>, 

Joshua^, etc.) (4) Ma>y L.'°, born ; m. 

Rufus Cooledge. (5) Irene 7".'°, d. . (6) 

Esius M.'°; m. Cynthia A. Sargent. (7) A. 
A/aripa'°, b. 1852; d. Dec. 23, 1878; m. 
Quartus Fiske. (8) Ira S.'°, m. Mrs. Maria 
. Gilfoil. (9) F//io/f A'o, b. Feb. 12, 1S60; m. 
Mary E. Chapin. 

95. V. Infanl9; d. soon. 

96. VI. Lodisa9, b. March 26, 1816 ; d. April 13, 18S1 ; m- 

June 25, 1847, Edmund Capen, b. Nov. 11, 
1814, in Boston, Mass., d. April 6, 1870, in 
Springfield, Mass. They had: (i) Sara/t £//en'% 
b. April 19, 1848; m. George Foster of Spring- 
field, where they now (1906) reside. (2) CharUs 
lVm.'°, b. July 2, 1851; d. Oct 8, 1886, in 



90 DESCENDANIS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Springfield. (3) Susan T/ico(/osia^°, b. May 26, 
1S56; m. April 24, 1873, Elbert M. Keyes, 
and had: i, Cora", b. 1873, d. young; ii, 
Crace Anna", b. Oct. 24, 1874, d. young; 
iii, Wilbur Leroy", b. Aug. 12, 1876, m. July 
8, 1903, Cora Belle Williams, and have one child, 
Vera Pearle'-*, b. Nov. 11, 1903; iv, Elbert 
James", b. Oct. 6, 1879, m. March 21, 1903, 
1-ennie H. Del'.os; v, Edmund Capen", b. 
Se])t. 29, 18S0, m. May i, 1903, Sophronia E. 
Stetson; vi, Charles", b. Dec. 7, 1881, d. 
June 17, 1SS2; vii. Homer Raymond", b. 
Sept. 12, 1884; viii. Bertha Ellen", b. March 
22, 1886; ix, Frederick Elias", b. Feb. 25, 
1888; X, Henry", b. Aug. 24, 1892, d. Aug. 
30, 1892 ; xi, Clifton Earle", b. April 21, 1895. 

97. $Vn. Purchase Dwighf, b. Nov. 3, 181 7. 

98. VHI. Marcia Asenath'', b. Aug. 24, 1823; d. April 15, 

1906; m. May i, 1S44, David Kinsley Paine, b. 
^Iay 2, I Si 7, in Ludlow, Mass., d. Dec. 16, 
1886. Children, all born in Ludlow: (i) Henry 
y^//^^;-/"°, b. April I, 1846; m. March 30, 1869, 
L. Louise Stockwell, b. July 31, 1848, in Am- 
herst, Mass.; they had: i, Merton Kinsley", 
b. July 6, 1870, in Springfield, m. Jan. 7, 1S91, 
Ella Gordon French, b. June 14, 1868, in Wash- 
ington, D. C., and had, b. in Springfield : Mildred 
Louise'"", b. Nov. 12, 1891, Gladys'^, b. Feb. 8, 
1894, d. July 9, 1894, Albert Irving'^ b. April i, 
1896, born in Westfield, Mass., Madeline'^, b. 
Dec. 22, 1S99, born in Simsbury, Ct., May 5, 
1903, Mattie'^ and Mabel'^ twins, and March 9, 
1905, Archie William'^; ii, George Austin", b. 
June 27, 1872, m. Oct. 9, 1892, Flora Amelia 
Miller, b. Sept. 15, 1865, in East Hartland, Ct., 
their children are : b. in Springfield, Earl Henry'*, 
b. April 5, 1894, Marjorie Belle"'', b. Feb. 26, 
1896, Chester David'^, b. Jan. 12, 1898, and b. 
in Suffield, Ct., Oct. 31, 1904, George Austin'* 
Jr.; iii, Herbert Dwight", b. Jan. 26, 1876. 
« {2) Aiice Aiigiis/a^°,h, "Dtc. \2,i^^o; d. Aug. 16, 
1905, in Springfield; m. Nov. 29, 1871, Alfred 
Stillman Putnam, b. March 28, 1846, in Ludlow; 
children, all b. in Ludlow: i, Harry Flavins", 
b. March 7, 1873, rn- Sept. 18, 1895, Bertha May 
Paine, b. May 26, 1873, ^^ Belchertown, Mass., 
and had: Florence May", b. in Ludlow, June 22 



youngS fuller's descendants. . 91 

1902, Alice Eunice", b. in Springfield, Sept. 26, 
1904; ii, Robert Hills", b. Dec. 2, 1875; iii, 
Addie Belle", b. Oct. 15, 1877, m. Oct. 7, 1902, 
Frank Boyd Mallory, b. Oct, 9, 1876, in Pro\i- 
dence, R. I., — their child, Roger Putnam'^, was 
b. in Springfield, Oct. 26, 1903; iv, Rufus 
Edwin", b. May 6, 1880, m. Oct. 15, 1903, Edith 
Florence Porter, b. in Athol, Mass., Aug. 15, 
1881, — their child, Thelma Marian'^ was b. 
Aug. 15, 1904, in Athol. (3) Herbert Ne-^cton^^^ 
b. Oct. 12, 1852; m. Nov. 24, 1S81, Hattie 
Caroline Boutelle, b. July 15, 1854, in Pomfret, 
Ct., — their children, all b. in Ludlow, are : 
Arthur Garfield", b. Oct. 27, 1882, Emma 
Louise", b. Oct. 28, 1886, Blanche Alice", b. 
Oct. 6, 1890, .'Archie Monroe" and Albert 
Henry", twins, b. Sept. 23, 1892, Warrea 
Dewey", b. Aug. 7, 1898. (4) Alfred Kinshy°y 
b. Oct. 14, 1855 ; m. Sept. 21, 1886, Minnie Etta 
Olds, b. April 12, 1864, in Pelham, Mass.; chil- 
dren, all born in Ludlow, are : Ralph David", b. 
Dec. 17, 1888, Ernest Norman", b. June 29, 1S91, 
LoraMarcia", b. July 27, 1893, Herman Chester", 
b. June II, 189s, Olive Jessie", b. May 10, 1897, 
Walter Erwin", b. Sept. 28, 1899, Alice Sylvia", 
b. Oct. 10, 1901, Milton Kinsley", b. June 22, 
1904. (5) Arabella Theodosia^^, b. Dec. 5, 
1861 ; m. May 18, 1891, George Munroe Jenks, 
b. Nov. 29, 1854, in Pelham, Mass. 

32. IsAAC^ Fuller, {ElishaT, Joshua^, YoungS, MatlhruA, 
Satnuel^, Saf/iuel^, Edivard^'), b. Oct. 30, 1776, at Ludlow, Mass.; 
d. April 4, 1865, at Somers, Ct. ; m. Eleanor Jones Aug. 11, 1796; 
both of Somers, according to church records there. Removed to 
Somers about 1795. A farmer. Mrs. Eleanor Fuller d. July 30, 
1 87 1, at Somers, aged 93 years. He is called Captain Isaac. Was 
in Capt. Mills Co., 8th Regt. Ct. State troops, 1776. 
Children, recorded at Somers. 
99. $L Horace^, b. June 5, 1798. 

100. n. Eleanor9, b. June 6, 1800; ra. John Tiffany; 

she d. May 27, 1873 ; he d. Aug. 29, 1886, aged 
88 years. Had children : Charles, John, EUen 
and Clara, 

loi. HL Infant^, b. ; d. March 13, 1803. 

102. tlV. Philo9, b. March 27, 1810. 



92 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

103. V. Emclinc?, b. May 21, 1813; m. Albert Clark. 

Resided in N. Y. City and had one dau., who m. 
John B. Hendrickson of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

104. VI. Oxh'>, b. April 7, 1816 ; d. Dec. 17, 1830. 

105. VII. Elvira", b. July 4, 1S18 ; m. Joseph M. Griggs; she 

d. at Somers, July 14, 1847. Had one son, who 
m. and lived in Hartford, Ct. 

33. Joshua^ Fui.i.f.r, {Elisha', Joshua^, Young^, Maitheu>^, 
Sa»ii/cl^, Samuel^ Edivani^), b. April 4, 1779, in Ludlow, Mass.; 
d. 1S71, in Nunda, N. V.; m. (i) 1799, Po^'X Brewer, b. 1778, d. 
iSoi ; m. (2) 1801, Mercy Pease, b. Dec. 20, 1782, d. 1869, in 
Nunda. Joshua Fuller removed in 1833 to Nunda, N. Y., where he 
was a highly respected citizen, and a deacon of the Universalist 
church. 

Children. 

106. I. Polly", b. July 30, 1802, in Ludlow, Mass. 

107. II. Clarissa", b. Nov. 25, 1803, in Monson, Mass.; 

(1. ; ni. Int. Oct. 18, 1832, recorded in 

Granby, Mass., with Alfred Goldthwait of Nunda, 
and had : (1) Gilbert N.^^, who m. Mary Hunt 
and resides in Northeast, Pa. (2) Hcleti^^, who 
m. (i) George W. Fuller, a soldier in the Civil 
War (126th N. Y. Vols.); he was killed at 

Malvern Hill; m. (2) Breen ; m. (3) 

William Clow, a veteran soldier of Co. I, 136th 
N. Y. Vols. (3) Norton S.'°, a soldier of the 
Civil War, who d. several years after his return. 
(4) J///(>'°, a soldier of the ist N. Y. Dragoons, 
who m. Elizabeth Mills; they have a son, 
Howard", and daughter, Bessie" ; they reside in 
Nunda. (5) Harrict^^, who m. Robert Craig of 
Canaseraga, N. Y., and had two children. 

108. III. Louisa", b. Jan. 13, 1808, in Ludlow, Mass. 

109. W. Sojthia Barton'^, b. July 12, 1810; d. Dec. 27, 1891, 

in Madison, Wis. ; m. .April 6, 1834, at Nunda, 
N. Y., Nelson Chittenden. They lived and died 
in Madison. Their children were: (i) Ella 
^.'°, b. Jan. 15, 1835. (2) Flora E.'°.h. Jan. 
i5> 1S35, (twins). (3) Rosella LiUie'°, b, April 
13, 1836. (4) Eliza Jane^°, b. Jan. i, 1840. (5) 
Charlotte S.'°, b. Jan. i, 1840, (twins). (6) 
Charles Curtis^°, b. May 10, 1842 ; d. Dec. 15, 

NoTK. Information in regard to the descendants of Joshua 8 Fuller, residing in Western 
New York, was furnished by the local historian at Nunda, N, Y., Mr. H. W. Hand. 



Y0UNG5 fuller's DESCE>fDANTS. 93 

1905 ; a dentist who stood at the head of his 
profession in the state. (7) Mary Sophia}°y b. 
July 2, 1844. (8) Kate AdeUa'°, b. Jan. 28, 1S50. 
no. s^V. William C.9, b. 18 19, in Ludlow, Mass. 

111. VI. Maria A.9, b. ; d. ; m. Porter 

Warren, b. 18 18. Children: (i) /////Vz'«, b. 

; m. Frank Parker ; reside in Nunda, 

N. Y. (2) Laura^°, b. ; m. Frank 

Christopher; reside at Brooklyn, N. Y. (3) 

Cota^°, b. ; ni. Egbert Bartholeraew ; 

reside at Brooklyn, N. Y. (5) Ediuard JFarr^n"*, 
b. ; m. Lottie Schwartz. 

112. tVIL James C.9, b. . 

113. tVIIL George9, b 
114. 



IX. , b. ; m. Carrier. 



35. Ely^ Fulle'r, {ElishaT, Joshua^', Youn^y Matlhexiy^, Samuel^^ 
Samuel*, Edward^), b. Nov. 12, 1782, in Ludlow, Mass.; d. there 
Dec. 31, 1837; m. Jerusha Little, b. Sept. 19, 1782, d. July 25, 
1 85 1. He was for many years Town Clerk of Ludlow. 

They had ten children, born in Ludlow. 

115. I. Caroline9, b. Aug. 13, 1S03; d. April 17, 1S77, at 

Berlin, Mass.; m. May 30, 1855, Daniel Warner. 
No children. 

116. II. Eliza9, b. March i, 1805; d. Nov. 18, 1865; m. 

Oct. 18, 1827, Luther Ferry of Granby, Mass., 
b. about 1804, d. Nov. 13, 1869. Children: (i) 
Laura Ann^°, d. young. (2) Cordclia^"^, b. 
Aug. 25, 1833; m. March 10, 1869, Charles 
Spooner of Granby; she d. April 8, 1903; no 

children. (3) Laura Ann'°y b. ; m. 

Dwight Morgan of Granby ; resides in Newton, 

Mass. (4) Eliza Ann^°, b. ; d. Feb. 19, 

1858. (5) Charlotte''', b. ' ; m. Charles 

M. Taylor of Granby ; had two children : 
Clinton" and Delia". (6) Luther A.'°,\i. 1845; 
m. and had three children, b. in Granby; he 
resided in Springfield, Mass., and d. there Jan. 31, 
1908. 

117. till. Elisha A.9, b. Aug. 18, 1807. 

118. IV. Samuel Merrick9, b. Oct. 10, 1809; d. Sept. lo, 

1811. 

119. tV. Samuel Merrick9, b. June 24, 1812. 

120. VI. Vienne Madelia9, b. Sept. 22, 1814; d. Dec. 31, 

1891, in Chicopee, Mass.; m. (i) Jan., 1833, 



94 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Francis McLean, b. 1804, d. July 5, 1842; m. 
(2) 1850, Benning Leavitt, b. Feb. 14, 1793, d. 
Oct. 29, 1876, in Chicopee. Children, all by 
first husband : (i) Hciuy J}°, b. March 6, 1834; 
resides in Somers, Ct. (2) Braincrd^^, b. 
May 16, 1836. (3) Charlotte E.'°, b. March 10, 
1839; (1. 1873. (4) Frances A.'°, b. July 17, 
1842 ; d. Feb. 25, 1870. 
121. VII. Emily W.<^, b. Dec. 22, t8i6; m. Jan. 10, 1839, 

Horace Sanderson, b. Nov. 27, 1815, in Sunder- 
land, Mass. She d. Dec. 9, 1907, in Northamp- 
ton, Mass.; he d. June 11, 1850, in Newton, 
Mass. They had children : (i) William F^°, b. 
June 7, 1840, in Sunderland; d. March 6, 1892, 
in Charlton, Mass. ; m. June 7, 1869, Nellie 
French ; he enlisted for three years of the Civil 
War in the 27th Mass. Regt. ; was captured and 
confined in Libby Prison eleven months. (2) 
Charles A.^°, b. Aug. 4, 1842, in Sunderland; m. 
May, 1868, Sarah M. Church; he enlisted during 
the Civil War for one year in the 27th Mass. 
Regt., and saw service in the Gulf Department 
under Gen. Banks ; he resides in Springfield, 
Mass. (3) //i/af/t'°, b. Dec. 14, d. Dec. 19, 
1843. (4) //i/afit'°, b. Feb. 13, d. Feb. 14, 
'S45. (5) Lurlla /.'°, b. Dec. 12, 1846, in 
Sunderland ; d. Feb. 26, 1897, in Orange, Mnss. ; 
m. June 27, 1S69, Ozro A. Alderman, who d. 
Ai)ril 13, 1887, in Dana, Mass. (6) Lucius //.'°, 
b. May 25, 1849, in Ludlow, Mass. 
VIII. Charlotte", b. April 25, 1819; d. May 11, 1891, in 
Newton, Mass. ; m. Chester Graves, b. June 5, 
1818, in Sunderland, Mass., d. Apr. 29, 1891, in 
Newton, Mass. Children: (i) Emma^°. (2) 
George^°. (3) Frank^°, (deceased). (4) 
Edward'°. 
IX. Martha", b. Oct. 8, 1822; d. May 25, 1895, at 

Newton, Mass. ; unm. 
X. Susan J.'^, b. Sept. 30, 1824; d. Sept. 3, 1886; m. 
Nov., 1847, in Essex, Ct., Lockhart Howard, b. 
Nov. 9, 1823, d. Aug. 30, 1900. Children: (i) 
Arthur^°, b. Feb. 14, 1848; d. Mar., 1901, in 
Africa. (2) Oscar^°, b. Sept., 1854; d. 1902, 

in Rome, N. Y. (3) Stella'°, b. . (4) 

Albett'°, b. Oct. 18, 1861. " 



youngS fuller's descendants. 95 

36. JOEL^ P'uLLER, {EUshiiT, Joshua^, YoungS, Ma/Z/iercr*, 
Sa/nue/i, Samuel^, Edivard^), b. Sept. ii, 1786; d. May 5, 1862, 
in Ludlow; m. in 1806, Phebe Jones, who d. Dec. 20, 1857, ae. 71, 
dau. of Stephen Jones of Ludlow. 

(children, born in Ludlow. 

122. L Estus Joel9, b. May 29, 1807; d. Aug. 9, 1832; 

unmarried. 

123. n. Sarahs, b. June 2, 1809; d. Jan. 6, 1897, in Bur- 

lington, Wis.; m. Oct. 4, 1830, Rufus Billings of 
Trenton Falls, N. Y., and had : (i) Ru/ns J/.'°, 
living in Chicago. (2) Levi^°, a lawyer in Rhine- 
lander, Wis. (3) Sarah^°, who m. and had several 
children; d. in Iowa. (4) AmeUa^°. 

124. tin. Levi Jones, b. Dec. 23, 1814. 

39. Samuel^ P'uller, {EiishaT, Joshua^, Voung^, Ma///iezir*, 
Samueli, Samuel^, Edward^), b. March 25, 1791, in Ludlow, Mass.; 
d. June 13, 1872, in Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. Jan. i, 1812, Mary Shaw 
Warner, b. Aug. 17, 1794, in Wilbraham, Mass., d. June 11, 1875, in 
Brooklyn, N. Y. She was dau. of Betsey (Shaw) Warner, whose 
mother was Leah^ (Fuller) Shaw, (EphraimS, Shubael*, John^, 
Samuel*, Edward';. 

Children. 

125. I. Adaline Margaret'^, b. Oct. 13, 181 2, in Springfield, 

Mass.; d. Oct. 2, 1902, at Amityville, L. I.; m. 
1837, Lancelot Howard, b. in England, d. Nov. 
7, 1864. They had: (i) Henry Lancelot^^, b. 
April 26, 1838; d. Dec, 1861 ; m. 1861, Huldah 
Amelia Alvord, and had one child, Adaline 
Henry", b. Nov. i, 1861, d. July 30, 1S98. (2) 
Clara Adalin€^°, b. Sept. 9, 1840; d. .April 4, 
1883; m. Sept. 25, 1865, William .Andrew 
Benthuysen, who d. April 7, 1906; they had: 
i, Margaret Back", b. Jan. 22, 1866, d. June 30, 
1893; ii, William Howard", b. Jan. 31, 1S6S, 
m. June 23, 1898, Ada Howard, and have Olive 
Edna'^, b. ^L1y 17, 1899, and Howard Leslie'-', 
b. Oct. 25, 1902 ; iii, Barent Palen", b. Jan. 15, 
1872, m. April 29, 1901, Loretta Maguire, and 
have Clara"'', Loretta"'', and Catherine''' ; iv, Clara 
Adaline", b. March 8, 1874; v, Adaline Fuller", 
b. July 8, 1877. (3) Laura Rooker^^, b. March 
24, 1843; m. April 27, 1864, Henry Comstock 
Farr, and had: i, Henry Howard", b. April 8, 



96 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

1866, m. Oct., 1890, Mary Matilda Applegate, 
and they have Jane Lee'% b. Oct. 8, 1891, and 
Wynant Applegate' S b. Nov. 8, 1896 ; ii, Mabel", 
b. Dec. 27, 1869; iii, Elsie Louisa", b. Oct. 25, 
1877. (4) Anna Josephine'", b. Nov. 13, 1845; 
m. March 28, 1878, William Pomeroy Hall; 
they have one child, Agnes Josephine", b. Jan. 
26, 1880. (5) Sami/el Fuller'", b. Jan., 1848; 

ni. Sarah , and had Lancelot" and 

Charles". 

126. *1L James ALann"?, b. Dec. 14, 18 14, in Albany, N. Y. 

127. illL Samuel Washington'^ b. Dec. 25, 18 16, in Albany. 

N. V. 

128. IV. Laura Ann", b. ^Lay 12, 1819, in Albany, N. Y. ; d. 

May 7, 1899, in Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. Thomas 
Newberry Rooker (?) and had one child that 
d. young. 

129. *V. Junius Alexander^ b. Dec. 24, 1821, in Albany, 

N. V. 

130. VL Lydia Roberts"^, b. March 8, 1824, in Albany, N. Y. ; 

(1. there March 31, 1S28. 

131. VIL Thomas 'I'reno", b. Aug. 3, 1826, in Albany; d. 

there July 25, 1832. 

132. VIIL Lydia Ann", b. Dec 11, 1828, in Albany; m. Nov. 

23, 1847, in lirooklyn, L. L, Monroe Forbes 
(laic, and had : (1) 'Thomas Monroe'", b. Sept. 
12, 1848; m. Ida May Fisher June 24, 1880, in 
Washington, D. C. Their daughter, Ohve", b. 
A])ril 6, 1 88 1, in Brooklyn, N. Y., m. in London, 
England, Sept. 20, 1902, William Curtis Hill, and 
has one child, Olive Beatrice'^ b. Feb. 22, 1905. 
(2) Lydia Monroe'", b. June 10, 1853; d. Feb. 
27, 1855. (3) Alice'", b. Feb. 20, 1861 ; d. 
Alarch 15, 1903. 

133. IX. Mary Angeline", b. Oct. 6, 1831, in Albany. 

Resides in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

134. X. Robert Packard'^, b. May 28, 1834, in Albany; d. 

there Nov. 22, 1834. 

135. XL John Green'^ b. Jan. 19, 1S36, in Albany; d. Aug. 

i^> i*^53> in lirooklyn, N. Y. 

136. XII. Anna Maria", b. July 26, 1840, in Brooklyn, N. Y. ; 

d. 1893; m. Morris B. Farr. Children: (i) 
Craee'". (2) Nelson Ford'"; m. Katherine 
Creen, and had Ruth", Alice Mildred", Roger", 
and Herbert". (3) Albert Cutler'"; m. Alice 
Merritt and had James Albert", (4) Evelyn'"; 
m. William Henry H. Higgins and had Dorothy". 



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(5) Latvrence"^. (6) lVi(fre(P° -, n\. Maud 
Huffmeier and had Evelyn". (7) Rodney 
Warner'''', d. 1878. (8) Edna Lilian'''; m. 
Percy Griffeth Dick. (9) Hazel Morris'''; d. 
1898. 

41. Waterman^ Fuller, {ElishaT, Joshuofi, Young^, Maithru^y 
Satmtel^, Samuel^, Edward'), b. in Ludlow, Mass., Aug. 20, 1796; 
d. in Palmer, Mass., March 10, 1884; m. April 24, 1824, Sally 
i\bercrombie, dau. of Isaac and Martha (McCuUoch) Abercrcmbie, 
and granddaughter of Rev. Robert Abercrcmbie, the first minister 
in Pelham, Mass. She was born in Pelham, May 12, 1797, and d. 
in Palmer, Jan. 28, 1866. They removed from Ludlow to Palmer 
about 1845. 

Children, all born in Ludlow. 

137. L Martha Ann9, b. Jan. 30, 1825 ; d. Oct. 16, 1S99, 

at Thorndike, Mass. ; m. Feb. 20, 1868, Jeremiah 
Button, b. in Ludlow, 1822, d. in Palmer, Mass., 
Aug. 28, 1897. She was his second wife. 

138. *n. George VVillard9, b. Nov. 12, 1826. 

139. tin. Charles Isaac^, b. June 5, 1830. 

140. IV. Elizabeth Asenath^, b. June i, 1832; d. Jan. 7, 

1837. 

141. V. Angelia Maria9, b. May 3, 1835 ; d. Nov. 15, 1841. 

142. tVI. William Hyslop9, b. Dec. 3, 1839. 

143. VII. Annette Sarah9, b. July 31, 1844; d. Nov. 9, 

1863 ; unm. 

42. Henry Seymour^ Fuller, {ElishaT, Joshucfi, YoungS^ 
Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward'), b. Dec. 11, 1798, in 
LudloW; Mass.; d. March 15, 1886, in Ludlow; m. (i) April 3, 
1820, Esther Miller, b. March 26, 1800, d. Feb. 16, 1831 ; m. (2) 
Oct. 27, 1831, Mary N. Alden, b. Sept. 13, 181 1, d. March 31, 
1877. 

Children, all born in Ludlow. 

144. I. Esther A.9, b. May 20, 1822; d. Jan. 27, 1899; m. 

July 6, 1854, Austin Collins. Had no children. 

145. II. Sarah M.9, b. July 9, 1827; d. Oct. 20, 1851; m. 

April 24, 1850, Levi Collins. Had no children. 

146. III. Mary Newell9, b. Aug. i, 1832; d. May 29, 1852; 

m. Jan. 22, 185 1, Henry Collins. Had one 
child, Eva, 



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98 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

147. IV. Henrietta Susan'^, b. Dec. 15, 1833 ; d. Sept. 24, 

1890; m. May 8, 1856, Edwin Chapin. Had: 
{\) Ed'.cnn H.'° {2) A//ison'°. i^z) Baitie J.'° 
(4) A fay E.'° 

148. V. Olivette Brown'', b. May 1, 1835; d. Sept. 16, 

1905, in Springfield, Mass.; m. July 3, 1855, at 
Longnieadow, Mass., (i) Henry Frost; m. (2) 
M. Wells liridge. Had no children. 

Henry Seymour", b. Feb. 5, 1837 ; d. Sept. i, 1843. 

Edward Everett", b. May 25, 1839. 

Emma Asenath", b. June i, 1841 ; d. March 28, 

1906, in Thorndike, Mass.; m. Jan. i, 1867, in 
Northampton, Mass., James Henry Hardie, b. 
Sept. 24, 1842. Their children are : (i) Frank 
Everett''', b. Dec. 7, 1868; d. Oct. 14, 1870. 
(2) Harry Et/ivard'", b. Oct. 8, 1870; d. Oct. 
14, 1870. (3) Charles Harry'^, b. April 16, 
1872; m. July 10, 1900, at Rockville, Ct., Mae 
Ethel Presbey, and had Virginia", b. Dec. i, 
1904. (4) Ollictta Laura'°, b. Nov. 28, 1874 ; 
m. Jtme 3, 1896, in Springfield, Mass., George C. 
Grimes, and had : i, Walter Hardie", b. Nov. 28, 
1898; ii, Stuart", b. Sept. 17, 1903. (5) Grace 
Emma'°, b. Dec. 11, 1876; d. May 3, 1877. 
(6) Mary Eva'°, b. Feb. 2, 1880; m. Feb. zd, 
1900, at Hartford, Ct., Winfred Dudley Downs, 
and had : i, Stephen Clifford", b. Nov. 14, 1901. 

152. $IX. Henry Seymour*^, b. Aug. 27, 1843. 

153. 4^X. Francis Starkie^, b. April 27, 1846. 

154. XI. Fannie Virginia Adelaide9, b. Oct. 17, 1848; d. 

Jan. 17, 1866. 

155. XII. Lillian E.9, b. Sept. 22, 1850; d. July 4, 1869. 

156. XIII. Hattie Beecher9, b. Feb. 16, 1854; d. Feb. 11, 

1857- 

44. Zera^ Fuller, {E lis JiaT, Joshua^, Young^, MatthenA, Samuel^, 
Sa/fiueP, E(l7c>anl'), b. Sept. 29, 1804, in Ludlow, Mass.; d. there 
Nov. 28, 1832 ; m. July 31, 1823, Caroline Wright, who d. Oct. 14, 
1832. 

Children. 

157. I. Albin Wright9, b. Nov. 27, 1823; d. July 21, 1825. 

158. tll. William Otis9, b. June 7, 1825. 

159. III. Olive Caroline9, b. May 2, 1827; d. ; m. 

Joseph Hinman. Left twp daughters. 

160. IV. Sarah Ann9, b. June 30, 1829; d. — ; m. Dec. 




Charles F. Kimball. 



youngS fuller's descendants. 99 

23, 1847, in Somers, Ct., Allen L. Seymour. They 
had two daughters. 
161. V. Ellen Paulina9, b. Sept. 28, 1831 ; m. George 

Carver9, son of Jared and Rebecca^ (Fuller) 
Carver. He d. some years ago. She resides in 
Springfield, Mass. They had two sons who d. 
young, and a daughter who ra. John Cohn. 



47. Solomon^ Fuller, {So/otnon LathropT, Joshua^, Yaung^, 
Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Sept. 22, 1787, in 
Somers, Ct. ; d. there March 3, 1869; m. Aug. 20, 1809, Chloe 
Billings, b. Feb. 16, 17S9, in Somers, d. there March 24, 1867. He 
was a farmer residing at Somers. 

Children, born in Somers. 

162. I. Martha Angeline9, b. Jan. 10, 1812; d. June 23, 

1880 ; unm. 

163. tn. Lathrop B.9, b. July 22, 181 5. 

164. tni. Solomon9, b. April 17, 181 7. 

165. IV. Caroline9, b. Dec. 30, 1820; m. July 13, 1843, 

Samuel Pomeroy of Boston, Mass., b. April 24, 
1 81 2, d. Sept. 10, 1850. Had a son Samuel; 
living in Edgar, Nebraska. 

166. V. Laura C.9, b. Dec. 2, 1823; d. Oct. 11, 1900; m. 

Charles Kimball of Tolland, Ct., b. Jan., 1S21, d. 
Oct. 11, 1877. They had two children: (i) 
Laura J. (2) Charles F., who resides in 
Chicago, 111. 

167. *VI. Randolph9, b. May 25, 1827. 

50. ASA^ Fuller, {Solomon Lathrop^, Joshu(^^ Youn^, Mattheu;^^ 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Dec. 16, 1799. in Somers, Ct ; d. 
at Clinton, Ohio, April 8, 1874 ; m. Keziah Strong of Tolland, CU; 
d. AprU 8, 1868. 

Children. 

168. I. Martha9, b. April 21, 1820; m. Alfred Gillette of 

Philadelphia. 

169. $11. Theodore S.9, b. Feb. 7, 1822. 

170. III. Harriet E.9, b. Sept. 26, 1823; d. Nov. 27, 1903; 

m. William A. Osborne; he d. Feb. 19, 1S96, 
aged 77 years; lived at Pittsfield, Mass. 
Children: (i) Hattie ^.'o, b. Dec. 25, 1852; 
d. June 9, T894. (2) W. F'.'°, who resides in 
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171. IV. Jane T.^, b. Oct. 27, 1825; m. Egbert Bolls of 

Windsor, Ct. ; lived near Chicago, 111. Three 
children. 

172. V. Erskine A.9, b. March 10, 1828; lives in Clinton, 

Ohio. 

173. VI. .Anna K.^, b. Jan. 3, 1830; d. April 3, 1883; m. 

F. H. Bailey. 

174. *VII. John N<>, b. March 17, 1832. 

175. VIII. Mary Louisa'^, b. Aug. 30, 1834; d. Feb. 22, 1835. 

52. Elijah^ Fuller, {EzekicP, Joshi4a^\ Voung^, Mattheiu^^ 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Ethvani^), b. Aug. 26, 1784, in Ludlow, Mass.; 
d. there July 22, 1841 ; ni. Nov. 12, 1806, Polly Miller, b. 1784, d. 
March 11, 1824, in Ludlow; m. (2) (Int. pub. Feb. 19, 1825) 
Sally Smith. 

Children, born in Ludlow. 

176. I. Mary S.^, b. Jan. 29, 1808; d. Nov. 11, 1882; m. 

Jan. 30, 1830, Elisha A.9 Fuller (Ely^, Elisha', 
Joshua^^), who d. Apr. 12, 1S76. Names of their 
four children will be found under Elisha A.9 

177. II. Electa'^, b. Dec. 14, 1809; d. Sept. 15, 1870; m. 

Oct. 28, 1830, Daniel L. Atchinson of VVilbraham. 

178. III. Catherine^, b. Feb. 19, 1812; m. Carlo Kendall; d. 

Jan. 26, 1849. 

179. *IV. Elias Gilbert9, b. Jan. 4, 1818. 

180. V. Harriet A.9, b. Jan. 19, 1820; d. Jan. 11, 1907; m. 

May 25, 1843, David Tenney, b. in Stowe, Mass., 
son of Moody and Anna (Burt) Tenney. 
Children (All born in Palmer, Mass.) : (i) 
David E.^", b. Nov. 24, 1844; ni. (i) Carrie 
Walker; m. (2) Mary Graves, (i-) EUen}°, who 
d. at 2 years. (3) Lewis J/.'°, b. Nov. 3, 1848; 
m. Ella Trumbull. (4) Ella M.'°, b. May, 1853 ; 
m. Henry E. Rice. 

55. EzEKiEL^ Fuller, {EzekieP, Joshua^, Young^, Matlhew^, 
Samueli, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Feb. 25, 1794, in Ludlow, Mass.; 
d. there Sept. 5, 1877 ; m. Mar. 2, 1815, Lucy Rood, dau. of Elias 
and Anna Rood. 

Children, born in Ludlow. 

181. *!. Elias Albert9, b. March 17, 1816. 

182. *II. Edmund9, b. May 22, 1818. 

183. *III. Davenport L.9, b. Feb. 28, 1823. 

184. *IV. Henry C.9, b. March I, 1 83 1. 



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56. Lyman^ Fuller, {EzekieH, Joshucfi, YoungS, Afaf//irzv*, 
Samue/3, Samuel^, Edward'), b. Oct. 25, 1796, in Ludlow, 
Mass.; d. there Oct. 30, 1845; m. (Int. Feb. 22, 1817) Parma 
Barton, b. 1797, d. Feb. 4, 1890, in Granby, Mass., dau. of Daniel 
Barton. She m. (2) Joseph Grout of Monson, Mass. 

Children (Fuller), b. in Ludlow. 

185. L Eliza Ann9, b. June 28, 1818; m. Elias Gilbert? 

(Elijah^, Ezekiel?). (See under his record.) 

186. tIL Lathrop L.9, b. July 16, 1823. 

187. IIL Emeline Cornelia^, b. June 7, 1826; d. May 31, 

187 1 ; m. Nov. 12, 1845, George K. Smith. 
Children: (i) /'rawy^'o. {2) £lla'°. 

57. Franklin® Fuller, {EzekieH, Joshua^, YoungS, Matthew^, 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward'), b. Oct. 3, 1799, in Ludlow, Mass.; 
d. there July 25, 1876; m. April 24, 1825, Joanna Miller, b. i795. 
in Ludlow, dau. of Sylvester and Charlotte (Little) Miller. She d. 
Dec. 8, 1890. They had no children. 

58. Horace Day® Fuller, {BenJaminT, Joshuofi, Young^f 
Matthetu^y Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward'), b. Feb. 7, 1790, in Lud- 
low, Mass.; d. April 8, 1859; m. (i) Aug. 25, 1812, Betsey 
McKinney of Ellington, Ct. ; m. (2) Mrs. Maria Pember; m. (3) 
Sarah Stoughlon. 

They had children : 
188. L Annis9, b. Aug. 21, 1813; m. Nov. 11, 1830, Wm. 

H. Vinton of Monson. She d. in Monson April 
18, 1838, and her husband d. May 5, 1848, aged 
45 years. A daughter, Sarah J., b. Jan. i, 1835, 
m. Nov. 22, 1862, Emory F. Strong. 

James A.9, b. Sept. 3, 181 5 ; d. May 10, 1837. 

Orrin D.9, b. July 6, i8t8; d. April 20, 1842. 

Horace^, b. Dec. 7, 1821. 

Harriet9, b. Dec. 28, 1824 ; d. Nov. 23, 1846. 

Edwin M.9, b. Jan. 20, 1827 ; d. Nov. 17, 1856. 

Albert B.9, b. Aug. 8, 1840. 

61. Benjamin® Fuller, {Benjamin}, Joshu(^, YoungS, Mai/hew* , 
Samuel^, Sarnuei^, Edward'), b. Jan. i, 1796, in Monson, 
Mass.; d. June 6, 1888, in Springfield, Mass.; ra. March 9, 1823, 
Cynthia Collins, b. in East Windsor, Ct., Sept 12, 1803, d. in 



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Springfield, Mass., July 25, 1S72, dau. of Ebenezer and Azuba 
(Chapin) Collins of South Hadley, Mass. 
Children. 

195. I. Cynthia Collins*?, b. Sept. 12, 1822; d. Dec. 4, 

1854; m. Sept. 17, 1844, M. Leavenworth of 
Waterbury, Ct. Had one child, a daughter, who 
d. young. 

196. II. Mary E'?, b. ; d. young. 

197. III. Henry Lathrop^, b. ; d. April 14, 1834, ae. 

3 yrs. 

198. IV. Mary L.9, b. July 4, 1833; ^- June 12, 1904; m. 

Dec. 4, 1 86 1, L. S. Pt-nderson of New Haven, 
Ct. They had four children: (i) Samuel /^'°, 
b. Dec. 26, 1862. (2) Befijamin F.^° (3) 
John^°] d. young. (4) Henry /^'°, b. Nov. 7, 
1871. 

199. V. Helen Sophia^, b. March 11, 1835; m. Nov. 21, 

i860, Joseph Dwight Stratton, b. Aug. 16, 1833, 
in Northfield, Mass., d. July 16, 1902, in Spring- 
field. They had a son, William Fuller^°, b. Aug. 
12, 1S62, d. Aug. 12, 1864. 

200. VI. Elizabeth Annis'>, b. April 11, 1838; m. Dec. 8, 

1S69, Richard W. Rice, b. April 13, 1838, in 
Springfield, Mass., d. there May i, 1903. They 
had a daughter, b. and d. Nov. 2, 1872. 

201. VII. Henrietta9, b. ; d. young. 

62. Austin^ Fuller, {Benjafnin7, Joshua^, Voi/ngS, Matlhew^, 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Edicartl^), b. Jan. 2, 1798, in Monson ; d. 
there April 11, 1872; m. Harriet D. Taylor, b. 1798, d. Aug. 20, 
1886, dau. of Isaac and Sarah Taylor of East Haddam, Ct. 

Children. 

202. I. Sarah A.9, b. June 9, 1823; d. Sept. 2, 1854; m. 

Feb. 15, 1848, W, B. Converse, b. 18 19, d. 
.\pril 25, 1880, son of Benjamin Converse of 
Palmer, Mass. They had one child, a dau., 
Julia, d. April 21, 1853, aged 4 months. 

203. II. Julia'^, b. June 28, 1826; d. April i, 1850; m. 

June 23, 1849, Sainuel G. Damon, son of Rev. 
D. Damon of Boston, Mass. 

204. III. Mary E.9, b. July 20, 1833; d. June 18, 1890J m. 

Oct. 3, i860, Charles H. McMaster of Palmer. 

205. IV. Henry Austin^, b. Aug. 26, 1836; d. Jan. 19, 1843. 



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66. Warren^ Fuller, {Benjamin^, Joshucfi, YoungS, Matthew^y 
Samuel^, Samuel^ Edward^), b. May 25, 1809, in Monson, Mass.; 
d. there Feb. lo, 1862; m, April 26, 1831, Lucy Chapman of 
Monson, b. July 8, 181 2, d. Jan. 11, 1891. 

Children, born in Monson. 

206. tl. Sanford9, b. Jan. 8, 1832. 

207. $11. Charles9, b. April 18, 1840. 

208. III. Ellen9, b. Oct. 17, 1842; m. (i) George Cogswell ; 

(2) A. E. Wildes. They reside in Chicopee 
Falls, Mass. 

68. Jabez Hubbard^* Fuller, {Jahezi, David^, Voung^, Matthciv^^ 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Oct. 12, 1794, in East Haddam, 
Ct. ; d. there Aug. 5, 1872 ; m. June 28, 1 841, Lucy Ann Northam, 
b. Aug. 25, 1820, at East Hampton, Ct., d. at Melrose, Mass., dau. * 
of John Cone and Rachel (Kellogg) Northam of HTaddara, Ct./ 

Jabez H. Fuller lived all his life in East Haddam on his father's 
place in North Moodus. He was Captain of militia and served at 
New London in 181 2. 

Children. 

209. L Lucretia Rachel^, b. May 9, 1842 ; m. Jan. i, 1S62, 

Chester Shepard of Melrose. Children: (i) 
Chester Bu>del!e^°, b. Aug. 25, 1867; graduated 
at Yale College, 1890; civil engineer, in com- 
pany with his father at Melrose; m. Oct. 14, 
1 89 1, Hannah French Gladding, and has two 
children : James Burdelle", b. Feb. 14, 1893, and 
Ray Lawrence", b. July 7, 1895. (2) Lucy 
Lillian^°, b. May 23, 1871; m. May i, 1895, 
Ralph Morgan Grant, graduated at Wesleyan 
University 1892, a lawyer in Hartford, Ct. ; has two 
children: Lloyd Shepard", b. March 27, 1896, 
and Thane Chester", b. March 13, 1897. (3) 
Walter Llewllyn}^, b. Sept. 22. 1879. (4) (BessU 
Garfield^'', b. March 22, 188 1 A ^ 

210. in. David Manoris9, b. Jan. 13, 1846^ 

211. in. Laura Lunella9, b. Nov. 28, 1849; d. April 13, 

1890. 

69. Jonathan Jav^ Fuller, {JabezJ, Daiu'd^, Young^, Matthew*, 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. June 10, 1796, in East Haddam, 
Ct. ; d. Aug. 26, 1876, in Portland, Ct., where he was owner and 



I04 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

manager of a quarry ; m. May 15, 1823, Lucinda Cook, b. April 8, 
1794, in VVallingford, Ct., d. Nov. 15, 1872. 

Children. 
212. I. Jane Eliza^, b. April 23, 1831 ; d. Feb. 6, 1894, at 

Portland, Ct. She married Elliott Mantell, but 
resumed her maiden name. No children. 
2I-J. II. Adeline*^, b. July 17, 1834 ; d. June 5, 1836. 

72. Ambrose^ Fuller, {Jahcz^, David^, Young^, MatfheiiA^ 
Samuel^, Samuel^, E(hvard^), b. Sept. 28, 1802, at East Haddam, 
Ct. ; d. July 5, 1878, at (irafton, Mass.; m. May 7, 1825, at 
Hebron, Ct., Ruth Andrews, b. Dec. 3, 1804, at Glastonbury, Ct., d. 
Sept., 1894, at Charlton, Mass., dau. of Zadock and Ruth (Brooks) 
Andrews. 

Children. 

214. I. Julius'*, b. Aug. 31, 1827, at Hebron, Ct. ; d. Feb., 

1898, at Norwich, Ct. ; m. Emily F. Buel of 
Hebron, Ct. No children. 

215. II. F. Dwight^, b. Sept. 8, 1832, at Columbia, Ct. ; d. 

July I, 1889, at Charlton, Mass.; m. Ellen Kent 
of Kentsington, Ct. No children. 

216. III. Emily J.9, b. Feb. 25, 1835, ^^ Columbia, Ct. ; d. 

April 7, 1867, at Hebron, Ct. ; m. Moses F. 
Pelton at Hebron, Ct. No children. 

217. IV. David H.'^, b. Jan. 31, 1841, at Columbia, Ct. ; d. 

there April i, 1841. 

218. V. Orrin A.">, b. Nov. 28, 1S42, at Columbia, Ct. ; m. 

(i) Sarah Brown at Hebron, Ct. ; m. (2) Mrs. 
May Pease; m. (3) Sept. 26, 1906, Mrs. May 
liarnum at Hartford, Ct. No children. 

219. tVI. Lafayette Dallas^, b. Aug. 26, 1844, at Columbia, 

Ct. 

220. VII. Henry S.^, b. Jan. 4, 1849, at Columbia, Ct. ; d. 

March 21, 1892, at Worcester, Mass.; m. Jennie 
Button of Columbia, Ct. 



84. Frederick Augustus^ Fuller, {Henry WeldT, Calel^, Youngi, 
Matthc7u^, Samuel'!', Samuel^, Edward^), b. Oct. 5, 1806, in 
Augusta, Me. ; d. June 29, 1848, (North's History of Augusta saysd. 
Jan. 29, 1849) ; m. (i) May 17, 1830, Catherine, dau. of the Hon. 
Martin Weston; m. (2) Margaret E. Godfrey of Orono, Me., in 
1839. 



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Henry Weld^, b. April 7, 1831. 
Melville We5ton9, b. Feb. 11, 1833. 
Frederick Augustus^, b. Sept. 11, 1840. 
Louisa S.9, b. March 16, 1842 ; d. July 29, 1842. 
Benjamin Apthorp Gould9, b. Dec. i, 1843. 
James T.9, b. Sept, 23, 1846; d. Oct. 2, 1846. 
Hiram E.9, b. Dec. 8, 1847. 

86. Henry Weld^ Fuller, {Henry IVeldT, Calelfi^ Young^, 
Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Jan. i6, 1810; m. 
1835, Mary S. Goddard, dau. of Nathaniel Goddard of Boston. 
Children. 

Nathaniel Goddard^, b. Nov. 9, 1837. 

Henry Weld9, b. Dec. 10, 1840; d. May 3, 1863. 

Mary S.9, b. Sept. 23, 1843. 

Henrietta G.9, b. Sept. 25, 1846. 

CaroHne F.9, b. Sept., 1850. 

89. Benjamin Afihorp Gould^ Fuller, {Henry IVeld^, Calelfi, 
Youn^, Matthetv^, Samuel i, Satnuel^, Edtoard^^, b. May 23, 181S, 
at Augusta, Me.; d. Jan. 24, 1885 ; m. April 27, 1843, Harriet S. 
Williams, b. Aug. 12, 18 19, in Augusta, dau. of the Hon. Daniel 
Williams of Augusta. She d. April 24, 1894, in Boston, Mass. He 
graduated from Bowdoin College in 1839; studied law with his 
father, and at the Harvard Law School at Cambridge ; practiced at 
Augusta J Judge of Augusta Municipal Court ; Representative to 
Legislature in 1856; edited "The Age" a number of ^ears, and 
removed to Cambridge, Mass., in 1864. 

Children. 

233. $1. Horace W.9, b. June 15, 1844. 

234. II. Mary Sawtelle9, b. Nov. 9, 1845 J n^* John Storer 

Cobb, who d. Feb. 17, 1904. 
235.^ III. Louisa9, b. June 17, 1849; d. Aug. 24, 1853. 

236.' IV. Eliza9, b. July 25, 1857. 

237. V. Helen C.9, b. April 15, i860; d. young. 

NINTH GENERATION. 
91. Walter9 Firt-LER, {John^, Elishal,Joshuc^, YoungS^ Matthrw^^ 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^) , b. March 24, 1806, in Ludlow; d. 
Sept. 25, 1855, in Salt Lake City, Utah; m. Nov. 9, 1829, in 
Stafford, Ct, Eunice Gleason. 



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The family is said to have joined the Mormons and gone to Utah. 
Children. 

James, b. . 

Sophia, b. . 

Reuben C, b. Feb. 15, 1843, in Ludlow, Mass. 

Mary, b. . 

Frank, b. . 



92. Norman Coi.ton^ Fuller, {John^, FJishaT, Joshua^, Young^, 
Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel \ luiwani'), b. March 24, 1808, in 
Ludlow, Mass.; d. July 4, 1874, in Springfield, Mass.; m. (i) 
March 24, 1830, Elvira Wright, who d. 1836; m. (2) Jemima Lines, 
Dec. 26, 1841 ; m. (3) Dec. 25, 1842, Annie L. Chapman, b. Aug. | 
17, 1815. ' 

Children. 

243. *I. Norman Wilson'", b. Feb. 5, 1832. (?) Was a 

soldier in the Civil War and died in hospital. 
He enlisted for three years in the 27th Mass. 
regiment. He m. Rebecca Brown ; had son 
Frank, now dead. 

244. II. Martha Flizabeth'", b. Feb. 12, 1834; m. Silas 

Case and had: (i) Adclbcrt'\ (2) Clifford^\ 
(3) Ella^\ who m. Thomas Healey of Chester, 
Mass. 

245. III. Kliza Jane'", b. Oct. 3, 1835; m. (i) Charles 

Austin; m. (2) Charles Prince. By first husband 
had one son, who d. young ; by second husband 
six sons and one daughter, who is married. 

Rinaldo Rinaldini'°, b. Oct. 31, 1838. 

Ann Maria'", b. Feb. 22, 1843. 

Isorn'", b. Sept. 25, 1844 ; m. Annie Cary, 1872. 

Samuel'", b. May 24, 1846; m. Addla S. Burkhart, 
April, 1874. 

250. VIII. Lottie'", b. Jan. 29, 1854; d. Aug. 12, 1890, in' 

Springfield, Mass. ; m. Nov. 3, 1877, Dennis O. 
Lombard'", son of Justin and Orra9 (Fuller) 
Lombard. (Orra9, John^, Elisha?). Dennis O. 
Lombard d. Aug. 13, 1904. 

251. IX. Emma'", b. Aug. 7, 1861 ; m. Sept. 15, 1881, 

George M. Wheeler. They reside in Fitchburg, 
Mass. Children: (i) Clifton N^\ b. Nov. 4, 
1882. (2) Ruth E.'\ b. July 16, 1886. (3) 
Franklin A.^\\i.Oc\. i\, i^<)^. 



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93. Edmund Warren9 Fuller, {Johrfi, Elisho'i,Joshu(^, Voun^, 
Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel^, EdwanP), b. Feb. 13, iSii, in 
Ludlow, Mass.; d. there June 17, 1891 ; m. Aug. 28, 1833, Almira 
Jenks, b. Dec. 7, 1805, d. May 5, 1872, dau. ot Henry and 
Theodosia (Capen) Jenks of Belchertown, Mass. 
Children, all born in Ludlow. 

Warren D\vight'°, b. July 2r, 1834. 
Mary Ellen'°, b. Sept. 6, 1835 ; d. Sept. 9, 1S43. 
George A.'°, b. Feb. 27, 1836; d. March 21, 1843. 
Susan Almira'°, b. Nov. 5, 1838; d. March 16, 
1908, in Ludlow, Mass; m. Nov. 27, 1854, 
Ashbel P. Chapin, b. July 11, 183-, in Chicopee, 
Mass., son of Alvin and Eunice Chapin. They 
had: (i) Frederick Clarence^^, b. March 24, 
1855 ; d. Nov., t86o. (2) Frank Cliff ord'\ b. 
Nov., 1861 ; d. Jan., 1862. (3) Loiiis\Vilfred^\ 
b. Sept, 19, 1872; m. June 22, 18 — , Ada E. 
Alden, b. April 20, 1S68, dau. of Charles W. and 
Savilla L. Alden. (4) Albert'', b. Sept. 10. 
1861 ; m. Mar)' Emma Chapin, b. Sept., 1S64, in 
Ludlow, dau. of Edwin and Henrietta Chapin. 
(5) Francis IFarren", b. May 17, 1863. (6) 
£di//i A/niira", b. July 30, 1872. 

256. V. Martha Madelia'°, b. Nov. 27, 1839; d. Aug. 10, 

1840. 

257. VI. Emeline Theodosia'°, b. May 4, 1841 ; m. May 4, 

1859, John L. Banister, b. July, 1830, in Brook- 
field, Mass. 

258. VII. Sabra Jane'°, b. April 22, 1843 ; d. Sept. 23, iSSo; 

m. Nov. 7, 1 86 1, in Wilbraham, Mass., Morton 
Converse, b. in Ludlow, d. in New Haven, Ct., 
son of Rodolphus Converse. Children: (i) 
IVilmer Morton'', b. March 28, 1862, in Ludlow; 
m. Mary Isabel Lyon, dau. of Josiah and Mary 
Lyon. 

259. *VIII. William Albert'", b. March 11, 1847. 

97. Purchase Dwighi^ Fuller, {Joht^, ElishaT, Joshm/^, 
YoungS, MattheuA, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward'), b. Nov. 3, 18 17, 
in Ludlow, Mass., ; d. July 30, 1872 ; m. Sept. 6, 1842, Caroline P. 
Olds, b. May 28, 1822, d. Apr. 27, 1881, dau. of Reuben and Polly 
(Hayden) Olds of Ludlow. 

Children, all born in Ludlow. 

260. I. George A.'°, b. Oct. 9, 1843 J d. June 21, 1862. 



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261, II. Eveline J.'°, b. March 22, 1846 ; m. March 7, 1873, 

Marshall P. Wright. They reside in Portland, 
Oregon. 

262. III. Ellen T.'°, b. April 12, 1848; d. Nov. 17, 1902; 

m. May 10, 1888, Hiram Danks, b. in Holyoke, 
Mass., d. 1 90 1. Resided in Wilbraham, Mass. 

Austin Dwight'°, b. March 28, 1852. 

Charles Frederick'", b. July 25, 1854. 

Edward L.'°, b. Feb. 17, 1858; d. July 18, 1863. 

Frank A.'°, b. March 4, 1863. 

99. H0RACE9 FuLi^ER, {Isaa<^, EiishaT^ Joshua^, Young^, 
Matthew^ t Samuel^ t Samirl^, Edward^), b. June 5, 1798, in 
Somers, Ct. ; d. there Oct. 20, 1891 ; m. June 8, 1820, Sally Phillips, 
b. May 15, 1797, d. Feb. 20, 1880, at Somers. A farmer, lived at 
Somers. 

Children, born at Somers. 
267. I. Sally Maria'°, b. April 8, 1821 ; m. March 24, 1841, 

Jabez Collins ; had three children. 
Horace Leverett'°, b. April 4, 1823. 
Henry Isaac'", b. Feb. 6, 1826. 
Austin'", b. May 27, 1829. 

Edwin'", b. Sept. 4, 1831 ; d. June 12, 1856; unm. 
James Otis'", b. July 3, 1834. 

Loren Phillips'", b. Sept. 19, 1836; d. Jan. 8, 1856. 
Lost at sea off the coast of Africa. 

274. *VIII. Albert Edgar'", b. Dec. 23, 1840. 

102. PniLO'> Fuller, (/>aa^, ElishaT, Joshua^, Young^, Matthew^, 
Siimuelij Samuel^, Edward^), b. April i, 18 10, in Monson, Mass.; 
d. Dec. 20, 1895, in Somers, Ct., aged 85 years, 8 months, 20 days; 
m. May 14, 1840, Miss Amelia Field of Springfield, Mass., 

b. ; d. Sept. 14 (or 16), 1888, aged 68. He is called 

Captain Philo Fuller. 

Children, born at Somers. 

275. *I. Willard P.'°, b. Nov. 30, 1850. 

110. William C.'^ Fuller, (Jos/iua^, E/is/iaT, /oshuafi, Young^, 
Matthew^, Samuel^, Saniiici*, Ediuard^), b. 1819, in Ludlow, 
Mass.; d. July 4, 1903, in Nunda, N. Y. ; m. 1842, Louisa C. Guy 
of Nunda, who was b. in Cayuga Co., N. Y., 1822, d. May 28, 
1895. He m. (2) the widow of Joel Brewer, who survives him. 



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William C. Fuller came to Nunda in 1833 ^'^^ ^'s father, Joshua; 
grew up with the town ; was postmaster ; was deputy sheriff nine 
years ; was town collector one year ; was Republican in politics, and 
a member of the Baptist church. 

Children. 

Henry F.'°, b. July 6, 1843. 

Arthur VV.'", b. 1850. 

Mary L.'°, b. ; m. John B. Payne, a Civil 

War veteran of Co. F, 33d N. Y. Inf., who d. 
March 6, 1870, leaving a daughter who m. Fred 

Edgett and has two children; m. (2), 

Slater, who d. leaving two sons who reside in 
New York City; m. (3) Charles Robinson aiid 
had one son; m. (4) Harrison Hagadom; reside 
at Mt. Morris, N. Y. 

George C, b. 1855. 

Martha'°, b. 1857 ; m. Drury. 

Charles 0.'°, b. 1859. 

Frederick'", b. 1863. 

Allie J.'°, b. 1865. 

112. James9 Fuller, {Joshua^, ElishaT, Joshucfi, Yaung^, 

MattheiiA, Samuel^, Sa/?iuel^, Edward^), b. ; m. . 

Lived in Lansing, Mich. 

Children. 

284. I. James'°, b. . 

285. II. Orren'°, b. . 



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113. George9 Fuller, {Joshua^, Elishal, Joshucfi^ Young^t 
Matthew^ f Samuel^, Samuel^, Edioard^), b. in Nunda, N. Y.; 
m. . Resided in Philadelphia, Pa. 

Children. 

286. Edward'°, b. . 

And probably others. 

117. Elisha A.9 Fuller, {EI^, ElishaT, Joshua^, Young^, 
Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Aug. 18, 1807 ; d. April 
12, 1876, in New York City, aged 68 years; m. Jan. 13, 1830, Mary 
S.9 Fuller {Elijah^, EzekieP, Joshucfi, Youn^, Matthew^, Samuel\ 
Samuel*^ Edward^), who d. Nov. 12, 1882, aged 55 years. 

Children. 

287. I. Mary Eliza'°, b. Aug. 31, 1834, in Ludlow, Mass.; 

m. Sept. 10, 1857, Henry Kirk Caswell. 



no DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

288. II. Harriet Maria'°, b. May 18, 1838; d. July 20, 

18S3; m. Oct. 2, 1856, Daniel Webster Hulett. 

289. III. Sarah Elvira'°, b. April 8, 1845, in Wilbraham, 

Mass. ; d. Nov. 5, 1905. 

290. IV. Lizzie Catherine'", b. Aug. 30, 1850; m. June 18, 

1878, Frank Ellis Munsell. They reside at North 
Wilbraham, Mass. 



119. Samuel Merrick^ Fuller, {E/f, ElishaT, Joshua^, Youn^, 
Matihciir^, Samuel^, Sa>/iue/\ E(hc'ani^), b. June 24, 1812, in 
Ludlow, Mass.; d. June 3, 1S83, in Berlin, Mass.; m. Nov. 24, 
1833, Catherine Bliss, b. Aug. 31, 1809, d. July 26, 1880, in Berlin. 

Children. 
291. I. Catherine'", b. Oct. 19, 1835, at Ludlow, Mass.; 

m. Oct. 19, 1852, at Lancaster, Mass., Rufus C. 
Sawyer, who d. Oct. 4, 1903, in Hudson, Mass.; 
a soldier of Co. I, 5th Mass. Vols., in the Civil 
War. Mrs. Sawyer resides in Hudson, Mass. 
Their children were: (i) Emma Z.", b. 
May 29, 1853; d. Jan. 14, 1884; m. Aug. 12, 
1875, John F. Eiliot, and had Mary F.'% who m. 
Charles Wood of Maine, and Clara L.'*, who m. 
Abraham Lyons of Watertown, Mass. (2) 
Lizzie Z.", b. May 19, 1855 ; m. Robert S. 
Lockey, of Westboro, Mass. {;^) Samue/ J?.^\ 
b. Ajir. 3, 1857 ; m. Ellen Stone, and had Elsie 
S.'S Samuel H.'% and Marion F.'^ {4) James 
C", b. July 16, 1S61 ; m. (i) Mabel Rockwell; 
m. (2) Josie Young; no children, (s) LorenE.^\ 

b. ; m. Lucy BuUard and had Cyrus E.'% 

Rufus E.•^ Elvira C.'S Doldie'% Grace'*, Mary", 
and Charles L.'* (6) Lo//ie Z.", b. May i, 
1868; d. Jan. 16, 1885. (7) Maud ^.", b. 
Jan. 23, 1872; m. George W. Rice of South- 
boro, and had Esther M.'% Mildred G." d. 
1905, Marion L.'^ and Grace L., b. Mar. 15, 

1S73. 
292. II. Elizabeth'", b. Feb. 5, 1837, at Wilbraham, Mass.; 

m. Apr. 10, 1853, at Northboro, Mass., C. H. 
Hartwell, who d. July 27, 1879. He was a 
soldier in the Civil War, Co. B, Third Mass. 
Cavalry. Children: (i)C/ara", b. March 26, 
1854, in Berlin, Mass.; m. May 27, 1874, in 
Clinton, Mass., Frank Lyman ; no children. (2) 
Adelbert H.^\ b. July 4, 1856, in Berlin; m. 




Samuel Merrick Fuller. 




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there Jan. i, 1898, Etta F. Bennett of Berlin ; no 
children. (3) Frederick ^.", b. Oct. 4, i86i,in 
Clinton, Mass. ; d. May 8, 1862, in Hopedale, 
Mass. (4) Nellie Af^\ b. May 7, 1864, in Clin- 
ton ; d. there Apr. 11, 1883. (5) Harry A", b. 
May 5, 1875, in Clinton; m. Oct. 27, 1898, in 
Clinton, Amy C. Carter, and had Amy G.", b. 
Oct. 15, 1899, and Constance", b. March 4, 1905. 

Samuel E.*°, b. Feb. 2^, 1S39. 

James B.'°, b. Dec. 8, 1840. 

Mary J.'°, b. May i, 1S43, at Berlin; m. Nov. 7, 
1863, at Clirton, Mass., H. A. Welch. They 
reside at Clinton, Mass. Children: (1) Cora 
F.", b. Sept. 14., 1868; m. Oct. 19, 1S92, 
Frederick G. Stowers, and has a daughter, Marion 
Fuller'% b. Sept. 15, 1905. (2) Frederick /^.", 
b. Aug. 3, 1875 ; m. Nov. i, 1899, Annie L. 
Bruce ; they have a dau., Helen Louise", b. 
June 2, 1902. 
296. VI. Alma F.'", b. July 24, 1846, in Framingham, Mass.; 

m. Feb. i, 1865, at Hudson, Mass., Charles S. 
Russell. Children: (i) Minnie Alice^^y b. June 
30, 1869; m. Dec. 9, 1901, Adelbert William 
Grant. (2) Lillian Marion^\ b. April 16, 18S7. 

124. Levi Jones9 Fuller, {Joel^, ElishaT, Joshut^, Young^^ 
Matthew'', Samuel^, Satnuel'', Edzuard^), b. Dec. 23, 1814, in 
Ludlow, Mass.; d. July 9, 1883, in New York ; m. Nov. 18, 1839, 
Mary C. Cotton of Middletown, Ct., who d. Dec. 3, 1904, aged 84. 

Levi Jones Fuller was brought up by his uncle, Simeon Jones, a 
strong Old School Scotch Presbyterian, who made strenuous efforts to 
have his nephew prepare for the ministry of that denomination, 
offering to pay all his expenses. He went to Utica, N. Y., where he 
worked at the jewelers' trade, devoting his spare time to study with 
a view to the ministry. His health breaking down he went to Troy, 
where he bound himself out to learn the masons' trade ; afterwards 
moved to Tarrytown, where he became connected with the late 
George Law in building the Croton Aqueduct. He finally settled in 
New York City, following the mason and contracting business, in 
which he met with success in his early years. 

His children were : 
297. L Phebe Eliza'", b. May 24, 1841, in Tarrytown; m. 

July 3, 1867, William S. McCulIagh, and had: 



112 DESCENDANIS OF EDWARD lULLER. 

(i) Harry 6".", b. April 20, 1868; d. May 14, 
1S6S. (2) Emily Z.", b. Jan. 27, 1870; d. 
April 24, 1870. (3) Mahcl'\ b. May 24, 1878. 
29S. 4:11. Levi Jones'°, b. Feb. 25, 1845. 

299. III. Henry Starkie'°, b. Aug. 9, 1852, in New York City; 

m. Mary Virginia Hackney of Dayton, Ohio. No 
children. 

300. $IV. William Rufus'°, b. Aug. 6, 1854, in New York City. 

301. 4:V. Frederick Augustus'^, b. Oct. 29, 1858, in New York 

City. 

126. James Mann'^ Fuller, {Samuel^, EiishaT, Joshua^, Young^, 
Mci/lheic>'^, Sa»iiai^, Sa»u/el^, Eihuard^), b. Dec. 14, 1814, in 
Albany, N. Y. ; d. Jan. 25, 1891, in New York City; m. May 24, 
1838, Julia Ann 15rown, b. Nov. 20, 1820, d. May 5, 1898, in New 
York City, dau. of George and Cynthia Brown of Providence, 
Rhode Island. He removed to Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1837, and to 
New York City in 1883. 

Children, all born in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

302. I. Laura Adeline'", b. May 8, 1843 \ d. June 11, 1843. 

303. *II. Robert Monroe'", b. Oct. 18, 1844. 

304. III. Ada Howard'", b. Nov. 27, 1848; m. Sej)t. 30, 

1S96, Gustave Walter; no children. 

305. IV. Mary Klla'", b. Dec. 10, 1850; m. Nov. 11, 1884, 

William R. Simonson ; son, Clifford F.", b. April 
21, 1891, in Greenville, N. J. 

306. tV. John Greene'", b. Oct. 29, 1854. 

307. VI. Julia James'", b. Sept. 12, 1856; m. Aug. 11, 1880, 

Fred A. Baggs, and had : {i) Marion Adele^\ b. 
Oct. II, 1 88 1, in Cincinnati, O. (2) Fred 
C/ark'', b. Sept. 26, 1882, in Brooklyn, N. Y. 
(3) Ralph Lconard^^ b. Aug. 15, 1887, in New 
York City. 

308. VII. George Henry'", b. May 12, 1858; d. May 20, 

1879 j unm. 

127. Samuel Washington^' Fuller, {Samuel^, Elisha'i, Joshua^, 
Youni^^, Afa///inc'^, Saini/e/i, Samuel^, Ediaard^), b. Dec. 25, r8i6, 
in Albany, N. Y. ; d. June 3, 1895, at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. ; m. 
Nov. 15, 1S37, Charlotte Amelia Benson, b. Oct. 26, 1815, d. 
March 15, 1S78, at Saratoga Springs, N. Y., dau. of Abraham and 
Sarah Hngadom Benson of Albany. 

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YOUNGS fuller's DESCENDANTS. II3 

scapes and fruit pieces. He excelled as a painter of fruit pieces. 
He possessed also decided musical ability. He enjoyed the respect 
and admiration of all who knew him. 

309. I. Almira Augusta'", b. July 15, 1839, at Brookl}-!!, 

N. Y. ; d. there Jan. 14, 1874; m. Nov. 20, 
1S62, William P. Hall, and had: (i) Edith'\ b. 
May 9, 1864, at Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. 1SS6, at 
Brooklyn, to William Volney Smith. {2) Augusta^^ y 
b. June 20, 1866, at lirooklyn ; d. there. 

310. n. Edward Howard "o, b. Aug. i, 1841, at Albany, 

N. Y. ; resides at Saratoga Springs. He served 
with credit and distinction during the Civil War 
as a member of the 77th regiment, N. Y. Vols. 
He is Past Commander of Wheeler Post, and was 
associated with his father in business under the 
firm name of S. W. Fuller & Son. 

311. HI. Mary Emma'°, b. May 14, 1844, at Albany. 

312. IV. Frances'", b. May 30, 1849, at Saratoga Springs, 

N. Y. 

313. $V. Charles Washington'", b. Aug. 13, 1851. 

314. VI. Junius Alexander'", b. July 4, 1S53, at Saratoga 

Springs. 

315. tVH. Walter Sumner'", b. April 24, 1856. 

129. Junius Alexander9 '^uller, {Samuel'^, ElishaT, Joshui^y 
Young^, Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Dec. 24, 1821, 
in Albany, N. Y. ; d. March 20, 1903, in Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. July 
9, 1847, in New Haven, Ct., Dolores Pastor, who d. Feb. 15, 1894, 
in Brooklyn. He was a pioneer steamboat man, and a member of 
the brewery firm of Howard & Fuller. 
Children. 

William F.'", b. April 25, 1850. 

Amy Louise'", b. Feb. 22, 1852 ; d. Nov. 22, 1854. 

James Mann'", b. Sept. 16, 1854. 

Junius A.'°, b. Apr. 10, 1856; d. July 18, 1856. 

Herbert'", b. Sept. 2, 1857 ; d. July 3, 1861. 

Louis'", b. Aug. 28, 1862 ; d. Nov. 21, 1863. 

138. George Willard^ Fuller, ( IVatcrmatt^y E/ishaT, Joshut/'y 
Youngi, MatihcTiA, Samuel^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. Nov. 12, 1826; 
m. April 29, 1852, Emily Howard, b. July 3, 1831, in Palmer, Mass., 
d. July 16, 1901, in Deerfield, Mass., dau. of Nathan and Amanda 
R. (Harvey) Howard of Palmer. They removed from Palmer to 
Deerfield about 1858. . 



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Their first child was born in Palmer, all the others in Deerfiekl. 

322. I. Henry Waterman'", b. Dec. 11, 1853; d. Dec. 2, 

1 85 7, in Palmer. 

323. *II. George \Villard'° Jr., b. Feb. 23, 1861. 

324. III. Sally Abercrombie'", b. Nov. 13, 1864; m. July 25, 

1888, in Deerfield, Edward Everett Rankin, b. 
May II, 1865, in Springfield, Mass., son of Edwin 
E. and Emma (Mansfield) Rankin of Arlington, 
Mass., and graduate of Harvard University, class 
of 1886. Their children are : {i) Nekn Emily^^, 
b. May 8, 18S9, in St. Louis, Mo. (2) Howard 
Mansfield ^^, b. Sept. 18, 1893, in Pittsburg, Pa. 
(3) Edward Fui/cr^\ b. Aug. 13, 1903, in Pitts- 
burg. They reside at Ben Avon, Pa. 
.125. IV. Andrew Howard'°, M. D., b. April 2, 1867; 

graduate Baltimore Medical College, class of 
1906. Resides at Wales, Mass. 

326. V. Emily Howard'", b. Aug. 11, 1870. Superintendent 

kindergarten department, Allegheny public 
schools, Allegheny, Pa., 1908. 

139. CiiARLF^ IsAAC^ FuLLER, {Wa/crmati^, ElishaT, Joshu^, 
Yoint^^, .]fa//Iic7C'\ Samuc/i, Sa//iuc/\ Ed7c>ard'), b. June 5, 1830, 
in Ludlow, Mass.; d. Oct. 26, i860, at Greenfield, RLiss. ; m. Nov. 
6, 1856, Helen M.Thomas of Deerfield, b. Nov. 5, 1834, in Chester, 
New York, d. Oct. 29, 1891, at Minneapolis, Minn. He was cashier 
of the Franklin County Bank at Greenfield, Mass. 

They had children. 

327. L Infant daughter, b. 1858; d. 1858, in Greenfield. 

328. II. Charles Isaac'" Jr., b. Aug. 16, i860, in Greenfield; 

unm. Removed to Minneapolis, Minn., in May, 
1884, where he is at present engaged in real 
estate, loans and insurance business. 

142. William Hyslop? Fuller, ( IVa/erman^, ElishaJ, Joshua^j 
Yoiiiii;^, Matthew^, Samuel^, SatnueP, Edward^), b. in Ludlow, 
^L'\ss., Dec. 3, 1839; m. June 18, 1902, Anna Louise Fisherdick, 
dau. of George Henry and Marietta E. (Webster) Fisherdick of 
Palmer, Mass. He graduated in 1862 from Union college, engineer- 
ing department, and was engaged for many years in railway location 
and construction and other engineering work in the West and Pacific 
Northwest. They are at present residing in Palmer. Have no 
children. 



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150. Edward Evereti^ Fuller, {Henry Seymom^, ElishaJ^ 
Joshua*' f Youn^, MatiheuA, Samuel^, SatnueP, EJ7i>arJ^), b. in 
Ludlow, May 25, 1839; m. Nov. 20, 1861, Jane D. Prentice, 
b. Dec. 8, 1839, in Millbury, Mass. He resides in Ludlow, 
Mass., on the farm that was formerly his father's. He 
served in the Civil War in Co. I, 46th Regt. Mass. Vol. Militia; 
was captured by the Confederates and confined for some time in 
Libby Prison. He was chosen Representative for the Town of 
Ludlow to the General Court in 1893. 

Their children are, 

329. L Emma J.'°, b. Sept. 16, 1864; m. Feb. 2, 188S, \. 

T. Jones. They had : (i) Pauline^\ b. July 27, 
1889. (2) Eiia E^\ b. July 2, 1892. (3) 
Kaiherine^\ b. May 25, 1894. (4) Myron}^^ b. 
May 25, 1902 ; d. Dec. 14, 1902. 

330. n. Etta E.'°, b. June 28, 1873; d. March 10, 1874. 

331. HL George Everett'", b. Aug. 25, 1875. Unmarried 

1906. 

332. IV. L. Gertrude'", b. May 27, 1877 ; m. Dec. 17, 1902, 

Henry Freeman Craig. They had : Edward E.^^^ 
b. May 12, 1904. 

333. V. Henrietta E.'°, b. Dec. i, 1882 ; ra. May 7, 1902, 

Henry E. Butterworth. They had : Evelyn A", 
b. Dec. 3, 1904. 

152. Henry Seymour9 Fuller, {Henry Seymour^, Elishai, 
Joshua^, Youn^, Matihezu^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Eifioard*), b. 
Aug. 27, 1843, iJ^ Ludlow, Mass.; m. (i) Dec. 12, 1S61, Lizzie 
Munsing, b. Sept. 29, 1844, d. Sept. 28, 1900, dau. of Michael and 
EHzabeth Swan Munsing of Germany; m. (2) March 11, 1904, 
Mrs. Jennie (Rood) Hayden, b. Apr. 27, 1851, dau. of Ely9 Rood, 
son of Asahel and Asenath (Fuller) Rood. 

334. By first wife he had: Nellie J.'°, b. Dec. 8, 1S62; 

d. July 12, 1863. 

He had an adopted daughter, Bessie M., who m. Oct 9, 190O; 
Artemas A. Whitney, son of WiUiam H. and Emma F. (Haynes) 
Whitney. 

Henry Seymour9 is living in Ludlow, Mass., near his brother, 
Edward Everett? Fuller. 

153. Francis Starkie? Fuller, {Henry S.^, ElishaT, Joshucfi, 
Young^, Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. April 27, 1846, 



I 1 6 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

in Ludlow, Mass.; d. Jan. 22, 1872; m. (i) Aug. 29, 1867, Jennie 
Webster, who d. Jan. 10, 1868, aged 24 years; m. (2) Oct. 20, 
1870, Anna Mears, who d. June 12, 1898, aged 47 years. 
Children, by second wife. 

335. I. Lillian May'°, b. May 20, 1871 ; m. June 6, 1895, 

Howard Colton. They reside in Springfield, 
NLiss. 

l.'SS. William Ous'^ Fuller, {Zcra^, ElishaT, Joshua^, Young^, 
Matthnif^, Samuel^, Sainuel\ Ethvani^), b. June 7, 1825, in 
Ludlow, Mass.; d. about 1853; ni. May, 1845, Eliza Braman, who 
d. 1P51. 

Children. 

336. L Carrie I^>.'", b. in Ludlow; d. Jan. 24, 1875, ae. 26, 

in Belchertown, Mass. 

337. 4;1L Zera Otis'", b. April 7, 1851, in Ludlow. Resides 

in Chicopee, ^Iass. 

163. T-ATHKOP V>.'> Fuller, {Sfllomo?i^, Solomon LathropT, 
Joshua'\ Youtig^, Afai/hac>^, Sa/ntni^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. July 

22, 1815; d. Feb. 17, 1892; m. April 7, 1841, Sophronia Barton, 
who d. Jan. 5, 1S92, in Dorset Township, Ashtabula Co., Ohio. 
Children. 

338. L Randoljih'", b. Aug. i, 1843, in Cherry Valley, 

Ashtabula Co., Ohio ; is unin. 

339. $1L Milo'", b. Feb. 17, 1852. 

164. Solomon'' Fuller, {So/omou^, Solomon LathtopT, Joshua^, 
Youni^'i, Matthew^, Saini/cl^, Sa»iuel\ Edward^), b. April 17, 1817, 
at Somers, Ct. ; d. there June 4, 1896; m. May 5, 1846, Mary L. 
Killam, b. May 29, 1S13, in Enfield, Ct., d. Dec. 2, 1898, in Somers, 
dau. of Lot and Tabitha (Potter) Killam of Enfield, Ct. lie was 
town clerk of Somers for many years, and at the time of his death 
the oldest lawyer in Tolland County. 1 

Children, born in Somers. ' 

340. L Edward L.'°, b. Sept. 24, 1S52 ; d. Oct. 5, 1875; 

unm. 

341. *IL Charles S.'°, b. March 23, 1855. 

167. Randolph9 Fuller, {Solomon^, Solomon Lathrop^y Joshua^, 
Yoi/ngi, Ma///itur*, Samuel i, Samuel', Edward'), b. May 28, 1827, 



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in Somers, Ct. ; d. there July 14, 1901 ; m. Marilda Hyde, b. in 
Stafford, Ct., May 13, 1830, d. Dec. 28, 1905. He was a farmer, 
residing in Somers. 

Children, born in Somers. 

342. $1. Julius R.'°, b. Sept. 26, 1864. 

169. Theodore S.9 Fuller, {Asa^, Solomon LathropT, Joshua^, 
YoungS, Matthew^, Satnueli, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Feb. 7, 1822, 
in Somers, Ct. ; deceased; m. April 26, 1843, at Somers, Ct, 
Sabrina O. Dwight. He was a farmer in Clintonville, Ohio. 

Children. 

343. I. Henry Theodore'", b. Oct. 17, 1844, in Somers, Ct. 

344. n. Fred Erskine'°, b. July 12, 1853, in Worthington, 

O ; d. April 21, 1854. 

345. ni. Alice Sabrina'°, b. Dec. 25, 1864, in Ashtabula, O. 

174. John N.9 Fuller, {Asa^, Solomon LJ, Joshucfi^ YoungS, 
Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. March 17, 1832, in 
Somers, Ct. ; d. April i, 1884; ra. April 19, 1857, in Springfield, 
Mass., Elizabeth A. Taylor, b. in Springfield, Mass. 

179. Elus Gilbert? Fuller, {Elijah^, Ezekien,Joshu(^, YoungS, 
Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel^y Edward^), b. Jan. 4, 1818, in Ludlow, 
Mass.; d. July 24, 1874, in Ludlow; m. (i) April 4, 1841, Eliza 
Ann9 Fuller {Lyman^, EzekieP, Joshua^, YoungS, Matthnc/^), b. June 
28, 1818, d. Sept. I, 1846, in Ludlow; m. (2) May 5, 1847, Harriet 
M. Parsons, b. July 19, 1822, in Somers, Ct., d. Jan. 15, 1900, in 
Springfield, Mass. 

Children. 

346. L Elijah C.'°, b. July 27, 1843; d. Feb. 12, 1844. 

347. n. Harriet E.'°, b. Nov. 23, 1848; m. (i) SepU i6, 

1869, William Albert'" Fuller, (Edmund W.9, 
John^, Elisha7, Joshua^ YoungS), b. March 11, 
1847, d. Aug. 9, 1888. She m. (2) Arthur 
Wheelock. 

Warren G.'°, b. April 17, 185 1. 

Frederick H.'°, b. June 10, 1855 ; d. Feb. 14, 1857. 

Sarah A.'°, b. Sept. 4, 1858; m. April 25, 1889, 
Arthur O. Shepardson, b. Dec. 29, 1847, in 
Waterbury, Ct. They have one child, Paul 
Arthur^^, b. Nov. 17, 1894. 



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181. Elias Albf,rt9 Fuller, {Ezekiel^, EzekieP, Joshua^, Young^, 
MattheuA, Samuel^y Samuel ^^ Edward^), b. March 17, 18 16, in 
Ludlow, Mass.; d. Feb. 5, 1888; m. Nov. 24, 1838, Violate Miller, 
b. May 16, 181 5, d. Sept. 22, 1892, dau. of Sylvester and Charlotte 
(Little) Miller. 

Children, b. in Ludlow, Mass. 

351. I. Lucy Anna'°, b. Dec. 4, 1839; tn. April 3, 1862, 

William H. Pease. Children: (i) Annie F.^\ 
b. Aug. 27, 1S73. (2) Lotiie A.", b. Aug. 11, 
1876. (3) William J/.", b. April 3, 1881. 

352. *IL Albert E.'°, b. March 6, 1852. 

182. Edmund9 Fuller, {Ezekiel^, Ezekie/T, Joshua^, Young^, 
Matthew^y Samuel i, Samuel*, Edward^), b. May 22, 1815, in 
Ludlow, Mass.; d. there June 9, 1901 ; m. in 1843, Eliza Ann 
Lyon, b. about 1822, in Ludlow, d. July 7, 1893, dau. of David and 
Fransig (Wright) Lyon. 

Children. 

A son'", b. Oct. 24, 1845 ; d. young. 

David Lyon'°, b. May 14, 185 1. 

Fanny Eliza'°, b. Feb. 22, 1S60; m. Feb. 13, 1881, 

Frederick L. Burr of Ludlow and had: (i) 

Julftui Eliza'\ b. Sept. 28, iSSi ; m. June 29, 

1904, C.eorge G. Bennett of Claremont, N. H. ; 

their dau., Mildred Burr'^ Bennett, was b. July 

31, 1905. (2) Frank Rood^\ b. Dec. 10, 1882, 

(3) Benjamin Frederick^\ b. March 31, 1891. 

(4) Ralph Brewer^\ b. Dec. 29, 1897. Mr. 
Burr is in mercantile business in Ludlow, Mass., 
and also interested in a cattle ranch in Cuba. 

183. Davenport h\y[VEKi9 ¥\3UJEr, {Ezekicl^, Ezekien,Joshucfi, 
Youn^, Mattheiif^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Feb. 28, 
1823, in Ludlow, Mass.; d. Nov., 1897, in Indian Orchard, 
Mass.; m. (i) April 3, 1844, in Wilbraham, Mass., Susannah P. 
McClintic, b. March 4, 1823, in Belchertown, Mass., d. Jan. 8, 1865, 
in Ludlow; m. (2) Nov. 14, 1865, in Ludlow, Melissa N. Charles, 
b. March, 1836, in Ludlow. 

Children, by first wife. 

356. $L Frank Davenport"*, b. Jan. 14, 1849. 

357. IL Idah Ellen'°, b. Jan. 5, 1852; m. Nov. 10, 1870, 

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(Barrett) Fisher, of Belchertown, Mass. They 
reside in Belchertown and have four children : 
(i) Louis /?.", b. Feb. i, 1872. (2) Grace A.", 
b. April II, 1879. (3) Afary ^.", b. OcL 12, 
1880. (4) Melina E.'\ b. June 16, 1887. 
Children, by second wife. 
358. III. Henry Charles'^, b. in Ludlow, June 20, 1869; d. 

Dec. 24, 1885. 

184. Henry Caleb9 Fuller, {Ezekiel^, EzekieP, Joshua^, 
Young^, MattheuA, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. March i, 1831, 
in Ludlow, Mass.; d. Jan. 23, 1895, in Springfield, Mass.; m. (i) 
Martha M. Pease, d. July 6, 1864 ; m. (2) Oct. 5, 1865, Mrs. Abby 
R. Carroll, dau. of Aaron Howe. No children. 

186. Lathrop L.9 Fuller, {Lyman^, EzekieP, Joshuifi, Yot/ngS^ 
Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. July 16, 1823, in Ludlow, 
Mass.; d. June 28, 1861 ; m. Jan. 8, 1846, Joanna M. Wood, b. 
1826, d. March 28, 1894, in Ludlow. 
Children. 

Charles L.'°, b. May 7, 1847 ; d. May 10, 1847. 
Clara'°, b. May 4, 1848; d. May 21, 1849. 
Maria'°, b. Apr. 3, 1850; d. Feb. 8, 1851. 
Merrick L.'°, b. Jan. 27, 1852. 
Alfred'", b. Mar. 24, 1854; d. Aug. 19, 1S65. 
Josephine'", b. Oct. 20, 1857; m. Nov. 24, 1880, 
Charles P. Jones, b. Sept. 14, 1856, in Ludlow. 
Children, all born in Ludlow: (i) Z;7//<z« J/.", 
b. March 3, 1882. (2) Arthur M.^\ b. May 22, 
1884. (3) /F/z/r^-^//^.", b. Sept. 20, 1887. (4) 
Marion E.^\ b. Aug. 10, 1891. (5) Henry C", 
b. Jan. 5, 1895. 

191. Horace9 Fuller, (^Horace Day^, Benjamin^, /oshu(^, 
Youn^y Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Edjvard^), b. Dec 7, 1821, 
in Monson, Mass.; d. Jan. 28, 1906, in Manchester, Ct. ; m. 
June 30, 1847, in Wethersfield, Ct., .\melia S. Willard, dau. of 
Stephen and Rhoda (Latimer) Willard. He had lived in Manches- 
ter, Ct., for 54 years and was well known and highly respected. 

Children. 

365. L Harriet'", b. June i8, 1848; d. Nov. 28, 1848. 

366. IL Alice'", b. Feb. 22, 1852. 



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567. III. Hattie'°, b. Sept. 10, 1857; m. May 28, 1879, 

Walter W. Coles. They reside in Manchester. 

194. Albert B.^ Fuller, {Horace Daf', BenJaminT, Joshua^, 
Yfliaig^, Matthe7i>^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Ediaard^), b. Aug. 8, 1840; 
m. Aug. 5, 1863, Estella J. Bidwell, b. July 7, 1842, in Manchester, 
Ct., dau. of George and Jennett (Millard) Bidwell. 

Their children are. 
36S. *I. Marshall Howard'", b. Oct. 9, 1867. 

369. II. Frank Roswell'°, b. Aug. 23, 1873. 

370. III. Christabelle'°, b. Feb. 14, 1877. 

206. Sanford9 Fuller, ( IVarrcn^, Benjamini, Joshua^, Young^, 
Matthew^, SamueP, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Jan. 8, 1832, in 
Monson, Mass. ; d. Apr. 29, 1907, in Springfield, Mass. ; m. May 31, 
1853, Mary R. King, dau. of John King of Monson. She d. May 
30. 1893. 

Children. 

371. tl. Frederick F., b. . 

207. Charlf^'' Fuller, {IVapren^, BenjamitO, Joshua^, Young^, 
Afafihai<^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Ed7ciard^), b. April 18, 1840, in 
Monson; d. Nov. i, 1891, in Springfield, Mass.; m. Aug. 21, 1861, 
Sophronia King, b. Feb. 4, 1839, dau. of Amasa and Adaline King 
of Monson. 



Children. 






37:^. I. 


Charles'", b. ; d. young. 




373. II. 


Clara Louise'°, b. Aug. 5, 1867; 
McKnight. 


m. Charles H. 


374. III. 


Robert King'°, b. July 20, 1872. 


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Annie Ellen'°, b. Nov. 17, 1876. 





210. David Manoris9 Fuller, {Jabez Hubbard^, JabezT, David^, 
Young5, Alatlhew^, Safiiuei^, Samuel^, Edicard^), b. Jan. 13, 1846, 
in Hist Haddam, Ct. ; m. Oct. 20, 1867, Margaret Elizabeth 
Shei)ard. 

Children. 

376. I. David Hubbard'", b. Jan. 15, 1871, in Middletown, 

Ct. ; d. July, 1905, in Melrose, Mass. He was 
formerly a jeweler in Middletown, Ct. 

377. II. Lila May"*, b. March 26, 1873, in Middletown. 



YOUNGS fuller's descendants. 121 

219. Lafayetie Dallas9 Fuller, {Amhros^, y<^^<'=^ Dav'ui^, 
Young^, Matthc7if>, Sainuei^, Samuel^, Eibi'anP), b. Aug. 26, 1S44, 
at Columbia, Ct. ; m. (i) Sept. i, 1872, Emma Hyde, at Lebanon, 
Ct. ; m. (2) Sept. 21, 1903, Daisy B. Ayres, at Stony Creek, Ct- 
Dr. Lafayette D. Fuller resides at Hartford, Ct. 

Children. 

378. L Ethel Irene'°, b. June 26, 1875, at Upton, Mass.; 

m. Frank Betzer, of Lehigh, Ind. Ter., and had : 
(i) G/cn^\ b. Dec, 1901, at Eureka Springs, 
Ark. (2) Rufh Emily^^, b. July, 1906, at 
Providence, R. L 

379. n. William Lafayette Ambrose'", b. Feb. 4, 1S79, ^* 

Grafton, Mass. 

380. HL Nellie Ruth'°, b. Jan. 13, 1882, at Charlton, Mass. 

381. IV. Edmund Dwight'°, b. May 6, 1884, at Charlton, 

Mass. 

221. Henry Weld9 Fuller, {Frederick A?, Henry IFJ, Ca/e3^, 
Voi/ngS, MatthetiAf Satnuel^, Samuel^, Edioani^), b. April 7, 1831, 
at Bangor, Me.; d. June 28, 1892, at New Rochelle, N. Y. ; m. 
July 31, 1852, Sarah Lockwood Ladd, b. Aug. 3, 1828, in Augusta, 
Maine. He was in mercantile business in Boston ; removed to 
Chicago, 111., 1 85 1, and engaged in business there; removed to 
Brooklyn, N. Y., and later to New Rochelle, N. Y., where he died. 

Children. 

382. I. Frederick A.'°, b. March 14, 1859; d. March 17, 

1859. 

383. til. Henry Frederick'", b. March 5, i860. 

384. III. Florence'", b. March 5, 1865; ra. May 13, 1886, 

at Nassau, Bahama Ids., Henry R. Saunders, b. 
at Nassau, and had: IIcnry^\ b. Jan. i, 1887, 
at Nassau ; drowned at Mouse Id., Me., Aug. 24, 
1895. 

385. IV. Nathan'", b. Oct. 6, 1870; d. Aug. 22, 1879. 

222. Melville Weston9 Fuller, {Frederick Augustus, Henry 
WeldT, Calelfi, YoungS, Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. 
Feb. II, 1833, ii^ Augusta, Maine; m. (i) June 28, 1858, Celestia 
O. Reynolds, who d. in 1864, dau. of E. Reynolds of Chicago, III.; 
m. (2) May 10, 1866, Mary Ellen, dau. of William Coolbaugh of 
Chicago. She d. Aug., 1904, at their summer home in Maine. 



122 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Melville Weston Fuller, Chief Justice of the United States, was 
graduated from Bowdoin College in 1853; studied law; attended a 
course of lectures at Harvard Law School, and was admitted to the 
bar in 1855; formed a law partnership in Augusta, Maine; was 
associate editor of a Democratic paper called "The Age"; in 
1856 became president of the common council, and served as City 
Solicitor; removed to Chicago in 1856, where he practiced law 
until appointed Chief Justice; in 1862 was a member of the State 
constitutional convention ; was a member of the State Legislature 
from 1S63 to 1865 ; was a delegate to the Democratic national con- 
vention of 1864 and 1880; the degree of LL. D. was conferred 
upon him by the Northwestern University and by Bowdoin College 
in 1888; by Harvard in 1890; by Yale and Dartmouth in 1901 ; 
was appointed Chief Justice April 30, 1888, confirmed July 20, 1888, 
and took the oath of office Oct. 8, same year. 

Children. 

3S6. L Grace W.'°, b. July 31, 186 1 ; m. Archibald Brown 

of Chicago. 
387. n. Maud'°, b. Jan. 7, 1864; m. William H. Delius. 

38S. HL Mary Coolbaugh'°, b. March 17, 1867 ; m. Feb., 

1892, Manning. 

389. IV. Mildred Louise'", b. Jan. i, 1869' m. Hugh 

Wallace of Tacoma, Washington. 

390. V. Pauline Corey'", b. ; to. Aubrey of 

Chicago. 

591. VL Catherine M. W.'°, b. ; m. Theo S. Beecher 

of Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. 17, 1896. 

392. Vn. Jane B.'°, b. — . 

393. VHL Fanny'°, b. 



394. IX. Weston'°, b. • . 

233. Horace W.9 Fuller, {Benjamin Apthorp Gouid^, Henry 
WeldT, Calcic, YoungS, Matthew^, Sawueli, Samuel',^ Edward^), 
b. June 15, 1844; d. Oct. 126, 1901, in Brookline, Mass.; m. Emily 
G. Carter. 

Children. 

395. I. Benjamin Apthorp Gould"°, b. March 19, 1879. 

396. II. Robert Gorham'°, b. Aug. 28, 1882. 

TENTH GENERATION. 

243. Norman Wilson'" Fuller, {Norman CS, John^, £lish<fJ, 
Joshucfif Youtig^t Matthew^, Samuel^^ Samuel^^ Edward^)^ b. Feb. 




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youngS fuller's descendants. 123 

5, 1832. Was a soldier of the Civil War; enlisted for three years 
in 27 th Mass. Regt., and died in hospital. Married Rebecca Brown. 

Children. 
397. Frank", b. ; d. . 

246. RiNALDO Renaldini'° Fuller, {Norman Colton'^, Joht^^ 
ElishaT, Joshua^, Young^, Matthew^, Samuc/i, Samuel*, EiiioarJ'), 
b. Oct. 31, 1838; m. Feb. 26, 1866, in Westfield, Mass., Susie R. 
Haskins, dau. of Enoch and Mary Haskins of Tolland, Ct., who d. 
Nov. 13, 1905. 

Mr. Fuller enlisted for three years in the 34th Regt. Mass. Vols., 
and during the Civil War served in Co. D. in the battles of Perr>-- 
ville, Piedmont, Lynchburg, Sicker's Ford, Winchester, Oppequan 
Creek, Fisher's Hill and Stickney's Farm, where he was wounded 
and taken prisoner ; was in Libby prison for four months and two 
days until Feb. 15, 1865, and exchanged Feb. 25, 1865. He resides 
in Holyoke, Mass. 
Children. 

Frederick M.", b. Jan. 9, 1867. 
Gertrude", b. June 4, 1874 ; d. Aug. 3, 1874. 
Aola B.", b. Dec. 9, 1877; d. Jan. 18, 1905; m. 
James J. Kelley ; left two sons and one daughter. 

401. IV. Luella M.", b. April 4, 1884. 

248. IsoM'° Fuller, {Norman CP, John^, EHshai, Joshuc^t 
Young^, Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel', Edward^), \>. Sept. 25, 1844; 
m. 1872, Annie Cary. Reported as residing in New Haven, Cl, 
and as having two children. (1906). 

402. I. . 

403. n. . 

249. Samuel'° Fuller, {Norman C.^, Joht^, Elishai, Joshui^, 
YoungS, Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Edward'), b. May 24, 1846; 
m. April, 1874, Adella S. Burkhart. Reported as residing in St. 
Cloud, Minn., and as having two children. (1906). 

404. I. — . 

405. n. . 

252. Warren Dwight'° Fuller, {Edmund IVarrrtfi, John^, 
ElishaT, Joshua^, YoungS, Mattheze^y Samuel^, Samuel*, Edward*), 



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b. July 2 1, 1834, in Ludlow, Mass.; m. Nov. 4, 1863, Jane E. 
Banister, b. Dec. 16, 1838, in East Greenwich, R. I., dau. of D. K. 
and Harriet N. Banister. They are living in Ludlow Center, on the 
premises once owned and occupied by Elisha? Fuller, his great 
grandfather. 

Children, all born in Ludlow. 

406. L Daniel Edmund", b. Jan. 5, 1865 ; d. Aug. 18, 1865. 

407. ^11. Herbert Emerson", b. July 18, 1867. 

408. tHL John Wilson", b. Jan. 29, 1871. 

259. William Albert'" Fuller, {Edmund IV.9, /o/in^, JS/is/iaT, 
Joshua^\ Youttg'^, Aratihc7i''^, Samuel^, Satnuel^y Edtuard^), b. March 
II, 1847, in Ludlow, Mass.; d. Aug. 9, 1888, in Branford, Ct. ; m. 
Sept. 16, 1869, Harriet E.'° Fuller, b. Nov. 23, 1847, dau. of Elias 
Gilbert^, {EzekicP, Joshucf\ Voufig^, Maithc7iA, Samuel^, Samuel^^ 
Ed-aiard^). Resided in Springfield, Mass. 
Children. 

Frederic William", b. Jan. 29, 1872. 

George Arthur", b. Sept. 21, 1873. 

Florence Isabel", b. April 5, 1877; rn- June 18, 

1907, Frank W. Lovejoy of Rochester, N. Y. 
Gertrude Anne", b. Sept. 26, 1881. 
Gilbert Edmund", b. Dec. 13, 1882. 
Wilbur Arthur", b. May 6, 1884; d. Oct. 5, 1884. 

263. Austin Dwight'° Fuller, {Purchase Dwight9, Johrfi, 
ElishaT, Joshua^\ Young^, Maitheui^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), 
b. March 28, 1852 ; d. July 20, 1884; m. (i) Feb. 11, 1875, Emma 
Caroline Keith, b. Feb. 11, 1856, d. Jan. 29, 1879, dau. of George 
A. and Caroline Keith of Belchertown, Mass.; m. (2) May 26, 
1 880, Delia A. Dodge, b. in Pelham, Mass., dau. of Lewis and Lydia 
D. Dodge of Belchertown, Mass. I 

Children. 

415. L Ida Caroline", b. Feb. 4, 1876; m. April 24, 1899, 

Cecil Ingersoll Whitcomb, and had : Myrtle 
Blanche^'^t b. Feb. 12, 1900. They reside in 
I'almer, Mass. 

416. II. George Dwight", b. Jan. 16, 1879; d. Feb. 25, 

1879. 

417. III. Edward Austin", b. March 8, 1881. 

418. IV. Frank Dwight", b. Feb. 6, 1885. 



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264. Charles Frederick'" Fuller, {Purchase Divight^^ Johr^y 
EiishaT, Joshua^, Young^, MatthciiA, Samuel^, Samuel*, Eihoard^')^ 
b. July 25, 1854 ; d. April 25, 1906, in North VVilbraham, Mass.; m. 
April 29, 1877, Anna S. Bennett. 
• Children. 

419. I. Nellie A.", b. Oct. 19, 1878. 

420. II. Raymond C", b. June 14, 1887. 

421. III. Clifford B.", b. Dec. 6, 1895 ; d. March 19, 1896. 

266. Frank A.'° Fuller, {Purchase Dwight^, Joht;^, ElishaT, 
Joshua^, Voung^, Matthew^, Satnueli, Samuel*, Edward^), b. March 
4, 1863; m. Aug. 20, 1894, Susie B. Lane. 

Children. 

422. I. Mildred Bell". 

Mr. Fuller has a large department store at North VVilbraham, Mass. 

268. Horace Leverett'° Fuller, {Horace^, /saac^, ElishaT, 
Joshua^, VoungS, Mattheztj^, Samuel^, Sa^nuel*, Edward^), b. April 
4, 1823, in Somers, Ct. ; m. May 13, 1847, Augusta Louise Brainard, 
b. Sept. 30, 1825, d. at Somers, Aug. 26, 1877, dau. of Lyman and 
Louisa Fuller Brainard ol Somers, Ct. Lived in Springfield, Mass. ; 
a farmer. 

Children. 

423. I. Infant", b. Sept. 17, 1855; d. young. 

424. $11. George Arthur", b. June i, 1857. 

425. III. Horace Brainard", b. Jan. 30, 1863; d. Sept. 23, 

1863. 

426. IV. Franklin W.", b. June 15, iS68; d. Nov. 25, 186S. 

269. Henry Isaac'° Fuller, {Horace^, Isaa^, Elisha'i,Joshuc^, 
Youngi, Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Edward^), h. Feb. 6, 1826; 
d. Oct. I, 187s, in Springfield, Mass.; m. May 5, 1852, Mary L. 

Pease, b. in Somers, Ct., , d. July 2, 1887, in Springfield. 

Lived in Springfield ; a farmer and cattle dealer. 

Children. 

427. I. Julia M.", b. April 25, 1855 ; m. Henry A. Moore, 

May 4, 1876. 
438. II. Mary E.", b. June 5, 1861 ; ra. June 20, 1889, 

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270. AusTiN'° Fuller, {Horace, Isaac^, Elishal, Joshua^, 
Yoinig^, Matthew^, S(7f/u/e/i, Samuel^, Edward^'), b. May 27, 1829, 
at Somers, Ct. ; d. March 12, 1879; m. Jan. 18, 1853, Sabina O. 
Chapin of Somers, b. 1836. 
Children, born at Somers. 
429. I. Emma A.", b. Oct. 9, 1856; m. Henry A. Ward- 

well, Jan. 20, 1875. 
Charles A.", b. March 15, 1861. 
Lillian S.", b. May 19, 1869; d. July 27, 1869. 
Frank C", b. Feb. 27, 1870. 
Burt C", b. Nov. 24, 1871. 

274. Albert Edgar'° Fuller, {Horace^, Isaa<^, EiishaT, Joshucfi, 
Yoioig^, AIatthcu<'^, Samuel'^, SainueP, Edicard'), b. Dec. 23, 1840, 
in Somers, Ct. ; d. Nov. 20, 1S63, at Rochester, N. Y. ; m. Jan. i, 
1863, Kate L. Billings. Lived in Springfield, Mass. 

Children, b. in Somers, Ct. 

434. L Alberta L.", b. Jan. 2, 1864; m. June 5, 1888, 

William ^L Raymond; m. (2) April, 1892, 
.'\rcher F. Learned. 

275. Wn.LARD P.'° Fuller, {PhilcP, Isaac^, E/isha^, Joshua^, 
Youtig^, Ma/thai'^, Samuc/^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Nov. 30, 1850, 
in Somers, Ct. ; m. (i) May 23, 1876, Isabelle Pease of Somers, b. 
May 24, 1 85 6, d. .'\pril 8, 1884, dau. of Amos and Marietta 
(Moore) Pease; m. (2) at Ellington, Ct., Oct. i, 1885, Ella L. 
Collins, b. Feb. 28, 1851. Mr. Fuller keeps a general store and is 
also postmaster at Somers, Ct. He is a Congregationalist. He 
resides in Springfield, Mass. 

Children, b. at Somers. 

435. L Etta A.", b. April 2, 1877. (?) 

436. n. Isabelle", b. April i, 1884. ( ^ . ( 

437. III. Herbert", b. April i, 1884; j ^^'"^' ( d. April 12, 

1908, in Springfield, Mass. 

438. IV. WillardC", b. April 8, 1889. 

276. Henry F.'° Fuller, {William C.9, Joshua^, Elishai, 
Joshua!^, Young^, Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Edwatd^), b. July 
6, 1843, in Nunda, N. Y. ; d. there March 10, 1875; m. Esther 
Barker, who d. Dec. 6, 1880. 



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Children. 

439. *I. Elmer Ellsworth", b. . 

440. (? )n. Ora M.", b. ; d. 1900, ae. 22 

years. 

277. Arthur W.'° Fuller, ( William C.% /os/tuit^, EiishaJ, 
Joshua^, Young^, Mattheiu^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edivard^) yh. 1850, 
in Nunda, N. Y. ; d. March 12, 1898; ra. Rose Morris. 

Children. 

441. I. Son", b. . 

;442. II. Son", b. — . 

443. III. Grace", b. ; m. a lawyer in Athens, Pa. 

279. George C.'° Fuller, (^William C.9, Joshuc^, ElishaJ, 
, Joshua'', Young^, Matthew^, Samueli, Samuel*, Edward^), \). 1855, 
in Nunda, N. Y. ; m. Louise Ludwig. They reside in Califomia. 

281. Charles 0.'° Fuller, ( William CP, Joshuc^, ElishaT^ 
Joshua^, Young^, Matthew^, Samueli, Samuel*, Edward^), h. 1859, 

in Nunda, N. Y. ; m. Harriet Spoon, dau. of George Spoon ; resides 
in Perry, Wyoming Co., N. Y. 

282. Frederick'° Fuller, ( William C.9, Joshuc^, ElishaT, 
Joshua'^, Youngi, Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. 1863, 
in Nunda, N. Y. ; ra. Mrs. Strong. 

283. Allie J.'° Fuller, {William C^,Joshuc^, ElishaT, Joshua^, 
'YoumrS, Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. 1865; m. 
Edith Carter ; resides at Kalamazoo, Mich. 

293. Samuel E.'° Fuller, {Samuel AT. 9, Elf, ElishaT, Joshua^, 
Young^, Mattheu<^, SamueH, Samuel*, Edioard^), b. Feb. 23, 1839, 
at Sunderland, Mass. ; m. May 6, 1868, at Worcester, Mass., Julia M. 
Bailey. Mr. Fuller enlisted in the 13th Mass. Regt., and served 
through the Civil War ; was taken prisoner and confined a while in 
Libby Prison. He resides at Hudson, Mass. 

-294. jAirES B.'° Fuller, {Samuel Ma, Elf, ElishaT, Joshut^, 
Young^, Matthew*-, Samuel^, Samuel*, Edward'), h. Dec. 8, 1840, 
at Berlin, Mass.; m. Dec. 9, 1876, at Newton, Mass., Anne 



128 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Shillaber, b. July lo, 1855, at Brighton, Mass. He was in the 
Regimental Band of 13th Mass. Regt. ; discharged after the second 
Bull Run Battle. He is a member of the firm of J. B. Fuller & Co., 
importers and jobbers, No. 50 Federal St., Boston, Mass. 
Children. 

444. I. Lawrence Shillaber", b. July 19, 1881. 

298. Levi Jones'" Fuller, {Levi Jones^, Joel^, Elisha', Joshua!^, 
Younf^, Matthew^ y Samuel^, Samucl\ Et/ward^), b. Feb. 25, 1845, 
in New York; m. Jan. 15, 1868, Susie Chism, dau. of James Chism 
of New York. 

He joined the 71st New York Militia at the outbreak of the Civil 
War and went to Baltimore for three months. Afterward served in 
the N.Y. Volunteers; was imprisoned at Libby Prison, being released 
upon the capture of Richmond. 

His children were. 

445. L Mary Adel", b. Oct. 27, 1868; m. Nov. 21, 1889, 

Edward L.Howell. Have three children : (i) 
Edward Z.'^ (2) Wilfred'^. (3) Edward'^. 

446. H. Susie Amelia", b. Oct. 24, 1870; m. Oct. 9, 1895, 

Horatio S. Kiernan. Have one child : Horatio 

447. HL Julia Allaire", b. Aug. 31, 1876; m. May 26, 1902, 

Morton H. Niles. 

300. William Rufus'° Fuller, (Levi Joncf), Joel^, EJishaT, 
Joshua^', Yoiing^, MatthciiA, Samuel^, Samuel^, Ediaard^), b. Aug. 6, 

1S54, in New York City; d. Dec. 23, 1887, at Mount Vernon, 
N. Y. ; m. June 15, 1874, Carrie Westerfield. 
Children. 

448. L Hattie Jones", b. in New York, Feb. 4, 1876. 

449. *n. William Wesley", b. Feb. 19, 1878. 

450. *in. Harry Garfield", b. April i, 1880. 

451. IV. Carrie Westerfield", b. May 30, 1885. 

452. V. Levi Jones", b. Aug. 15, 1887. 

301. Frederick Augustus'" Fuller, {Levi Jonefi, Joel^, Elishai, 
Joshui^, YouHi^t MattheiiAy Samuel^, Samuel', Edward^), h, Oct. 

29, 1858, in New York City; m. June 27, 1883, Minnie A., dau. of 
Abram and Emily Brooks Faurot of Fort Montgomery, N. Y. 



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Mr. F. A. Fuller in 1S96 published a pamphlet entitled "The 
Mayflower Fuller Genealogy " and the writer is much indebted to 
him for information contained therein, as well as for information 
subsequently furnished. He resides at present at liutTalo, N. Y. 

Children. 

453. I. Frederick Myrcn", b. in New York, June 13. 18S4. 

454. II. Bessie Brooks", b. .Aug. 15, 1 8SS, at Mount Vernon, 

N. Y. ; d. Jan. 25, 1893. 

455. III. Emily Eleanor Gertrude", b. Oct. 10, 1895, ^^ 

Mount Vernon, N. V. 

303. Ror.KKT MoNR()i:'° Fuller, {James Afa/t/f>, Samurl^^ 
E/ishaT, Joshua'^, Youiig^, Mattlicw^, Sdiiiiw/i, Samitci^, F.d'n.<ard^)f 
b. Oct. 18, 1844, in Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. (i) May 3, 1865, Pauline 
Estelle Heynolds ; m. (2) Feb. 26, 1872, Mrs. MtHie^Head, dau. of 
John and Pamilla Culver. pfl/i" "^ d* ' '^-^ t^^*=>^ 

Children, all born in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

456. I. Florence Dudley", b. April 26, 1866. 

457. II. Ethel Stanfield'', b. Dec. 9, 1S73. 

458. III. May Charline", b. Sej)t. 13, 1876; d. March 4, 

1S91. 

459. IV. Edna Guyon", b. Sept. 4, 1879. 

460. V. Monroe Everden", b. Oct. 26, 1883; d. July 20, 

18S4. 

461. VI. Irma", b. June 14, 1S86. 

462. VII. Arthur Monroe", b. Nov. 19, 1888. 

306. John Greene'° Fuller, {James j\['\ Samue/^, Elisha'^ 
Joshua'^, Young^, Maifhetv^, Sami/e/i, SamiieP, Etiiuani^)^ b, 
Oct. 29, 1854, in Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. Sept. 5, 1888, Fannie Pearl 
Plumb, dau. Philo and Harriet Plumb. 

463. Had a daughter, Geneveive Lorraine", b. Dec. i, 

1889, in New York City. 

313. Charles Washington'" Fuller, {Samuel /F.9, Stimucl^t 
EHshaT, Joshua*^, Young'i, Mai/hetcf^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edivard^)^ 
b. Aug. 13, 185 1, at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. ; m. Oct. 13, 1S75, ^^ 
Haverhill, Mass., Sarah Hale. Resides at North Cambridge, Mass. 

Children. 

464. I. Bertha Elizabeth", b. July 30, 1876; m. in Cam- 

bridge, Mass., Sept. 21, 1898, Joseph Hale 
Small. 



130 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

465. II. Lottie H.", b. 1S7S, at Saratoga Springs; d. in 

infancy. 

466. III. Alniira Harlan", b. Feb. 20, 1888, at West Somer- 

ville, Mass. 

315. Walier Sumner'° Fuller, {Samuel IV.^, Samuel^, ElishaT, 
Joshua*', Vou/ii:;^, Ma/thno^, Samucii, Samuel^, Eihcan/^), b. April 

24, 1856, at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. ; m. at Hartford, N. Y., Oct. 
14, 1 886, Abbie Reynolds Harris, b. at Hartford, N. Y., Sept. 13, 
1857, dau. of Truman and Ruth Cleveland (Reynolds) Harris. 
'I'hcy reside at Saratoga Springs, where he is connected with the 
Daily Saratogian. 
Children. 

467. I. Truman Samuel", b. April 23, 1S88, at Saratoga 

Springs. 

316. William F.'" Fuller, {Junius AP, Samuel^, ElishaT, 
Joshua^', Young^, Afatthau^, Samuc/i, Samuel^, Edward^^, b. 
April 25, 1850; d. Feb. 26, 1907, in Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 24, 
1875, Annie Parker. 

Mr. Fuller was a commission merchant and treasurer of the firm of 
Howard & Fuller, brewers. He was vice president Union League 
Club, member Crescent, Athletic, and the Oxford Clubs; of the 
Society of Mayflower Descendants, and the Sons of the American 
Revolution, and also associate member U. S. Grant Post, G. A. R. 
Children. 

Amy Dolores", b. Dec. 2, 1875 > d. Jan. 30, 1877. 

Herbert P.", b. Nov. 13, 1877. 

Elsie", b. May 28, 1879. 

Genevieve", b. Nov. 10, 1880; d. Aug. 12, 1881. 

318. James Mann'° Fuller, {Junius A."), Samuel^, ElishaT, 
Joshua^y Youn^, Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edzoard^), b. 
Sept. 16, 1854 ; m. Jan. 28, 1880, Agnes Johnson. 

Children. 

472. I. Dorris", b. Nov. 4, 1881. 

473. II. Ernest J.", b. Aug. 7, 1885. Student at Union 

College, class of 1908. 

323. George VVillard'° Fuller, {George Wiilard'^, IVa/aman^, 
E/ishaT, Joshua^, Young5, Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), 



468. 


I. 


469. 


11. 


470. 


III. 


471. 


IV. 



youngS fuller's descendants. 131 

b. in Deerfield, Mass., Feb. 23, 1861 ; m. Jan. 3, iScSq, in Cheshire, 
Mass., Sarah L, Harkness, dau. of Nathan and Sarah Thatcher 
Harkness of Cheshire, Mass. They reside in Springfield, Mass. 
Have no children. 

337. Zera Otis'° Fuller, {William 0tis9, Zenr^, ElishaT, 
Joshuaf^, Youh!^^, Ma/lhaci^, Samuel^, Saiiiiiel^, E(h(.<ar(/^),\). XYtxWif 
1851, in Ludlow, Mass.- m. (i) Aug. 24, 1882, Jane Powell, who 
d. Aug., 1884 ; m. (2) Feb. 20, 1886, Lucy Clark, whod. March 22, 
1907. Mr. Fuller resides in Chicopee, Mass. Has no children. 

339. MiLO'° Fuller, {Lathrop B.^, Solomon^, Solomon La/hropT^ 
JoshuaP, Voi/figSy Afattheic^, Sattiiieli, Samuel ^^ Eihuani^), b. 
Feb. 17, 1852, in Dorset Township, Ashtabula Co., O. ; m. April, 

187 1, Sprague, b. Sept. 6, 1853, ^^ Bristol, Trumbull Co., 

Ohio, dau. of James W. and Adaline (Akins) Sprague. 

Children. 

474. L Viola Mary", b. Jan. 24, 1872, in Dorset, Ohio. 

475. n. Jennie Maud", b. June 22, 1874, in Dorset, Ohio. 

476. HL Estelle Bernice", b. March 14, 1876, in Pierpont, 

Ohio. 

341. Charlf-s S.'° Fuller, {Solomo/fl, Solomon^, Solomon 
LaihropT , Joshiia^\ YoungS, Mattheiv^, Samiicli,Samiii'l^, Edicard^^y 
b. March 23, 1855, in Somers, Ct. ; m. Dec. 8, 1877, Minnie J. 
Champion, b. in New York. He is Town Clerk and Judge of 
Probate in Somers. 

Children. 

477. $L Ernest S.", b. Sept. 1, 1879. 

342. Julius R.'° ¥\5UJER,{Ran(lolplfi, Solomorr^, Solomon LathropT^ 
Joshua^, YoungS, Ma/lheuA, Samuel^, Samuel^, E(hc'ard^),h. Nov. 

21, 1863, in Somers; m. Sept. 3, 1902, Sarah Ferguson. 
They have one child. 

478. I. Marilda F.", b. Sept. 3, 1903. 

348. Warren G.'° Fuller, {Elias Gilbert^), Elijah^, EzckieH^ 

Joshua^, YoungS, Afaithew^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edrcani^), b. April 

17, 1851, in Ludlow, Mass.; m. Dec. 24, 1872, at Belchertown, 

Mass., Estelle M. Baggs, dau. of Amasa and Ann Baggs of 

Belchertown. 



132 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Children. 

479. I. Flora A.", b. Nov. 11, 1874 ; m. Nov., 1894, Henry 

Walker, son of William A. and Julia (Keyes) 
Walker of Ludlow. They had: (i) William 
Wartcn'^ b. Feb. 20, 1895. (2) Gilbert Fuller''^, 
b. Nov. 17, 1897; d. July 9, 1900. (3) Craw- 
ford JL^^y b. Jan. 4, 1902. 

480. II. Warren Meacham", b. . 

352. Albert E.'° Fuller, {Elias /^.9, Ezckicl^, EzckielT, 
Jflshua^\ Young^, AfaUhno^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward ^^^ b. 
March 6, 1852, in Ludlow, Mass.; m. May i, 1873, Susan M. 
Fisher, b. Jan. 22, 1848, in Belchertown, Mass., d. Dec. 20, 1904, 
dan. of Salem and Amanda (Barrett) Fisher of Belchertown. 

Mr. Fuller is a prosperous farmer in Ludlow, and as selectman has 
looked after the interests of his town for a number of years. 

His children, all born in Ludlow, are. 
4S1. I. Edith A.", b. March 29, 1875; m. June 10, 1896, 

Howard A. King, son of Arthur D. and Lucy 

(Brewer) King of Ludlow. 
482. 11. Maude Violet", b. April 9, 1877 ; ra. May i, 1907, 

Clinton Ruthven Rhodes. They reside in Ludlow. 
4S3 III. Frank Albert", b. Dec. 20, 1878; d. June 3, 1879, 

in Ludlow. 

484. IV. George Clarence Albert", b. July 27, 1883 ; m. May 

16, 1906, in Ludlow, Carrie J. Munsing, dau. of 
Henry A. Munsing of Ludlow. 

485. V. Ada Barrett", b. Sept. 18, 1886. 

354. David Lvon'° Fuller, {Edmujid^, Ezekiel^, EzekieP, 

Joshua^, Youf]^^, Matthe7i>^y Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. May 

14, 1851 ; m. (i) May 14, 1871, Emma L. Baggs, dau. of Amasa 

P. and Ann Baggs of Belchertown. She d. Oct. 24, 1890; m (2) 

June 15, 1892, Clara E. Copeland of Thomaston, Me. 

He had by first wife a daughter. 
487. I. Mabel Louise", b. Oct. 22, 1872. 

356. Frank Davenport'" Fuller, {Davenport Lambert^, Ezekiel^, 
EzckicPyJoshjdo^, Youtig^, Matthew^ ^ Samuel i, Samuel', Edward^), 
b. Jan. 14, 1849, in Ludlow, Mass.; m. May 10, 1876, Mary E. 
Green of Wilbraham, b. May 10, 1852. They reside in Springfield, 



youngS fuller's descendants. 133 

Mass. He is a deputy sheriff, auctioneer and justice of the peace. 
They have no children. 

362. Merrick L.'° Fuller, {Lathrop Z.9, Lyma>^, EzekifHy 
Joshua^, Vpi/ng5, MattheuA, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Jan. 
27, 1852, in Ludlow, Mass.; m. Jennie Tupper. Mr. Merrick 
Fuller is a well-known citizen of Chicopee Falls, Mass. 

Children. 

488. I. Anna Mabel", b. Aug. 18, 1877; d. March 16, 

1906, in Chicopee Falls, Mass. Unmarried. 

489. II. Mildred Janet", b. Oct. 15, 1884 ; m. June 4, 1904, 

Harry A. Knox, b. at Westfield, Mass., Jan. 19, 
1875. They reside in Springfield, Mass. 

368. Marshall Howard'" Fuller, {Albert B.^, Horace Day^^ 
Benjaviiti^ , Joshua^, Voufig^, Ma/t/ietv^, Samuel^, Samuel* y EJwarJ^), 
b. Oct. 9, 1867 ; m. . 

Children. 

490. I. Albert Balcom", b. Oct. 13, 1891. 

371 2- Frederick F.'° Fuller, {Sanford^, Warretfi, Benjaminit 
/oshuaP, Youfig^, Matthew^, Samuel '^^ Samuel^, Edward^), b. Mar. 
20, 1854, in Monson, Mass.; m. . 

Children. 

491. I. . 

492. n. . 

383. Henry Frederick'" Fuller, {Henry JF.9, Frederic}^, 
Henry IV.T, Caleb^, Yomig^, Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Edward^), 
b. at Chicago, 111., March 5, i860; m. at Norwich, Ct., Nov. 22, 
1892, Amy Mansfield Converse. 

Children, born in Chicago. 

493. I. Dorothy C", b. Nov. 19, 1894. 

494. II. Catherine W.", b. Oct. 20, 1896. 

ELEVENTH GENERATION. 

398. Frederick M." Fuller, {Rinaldo R}°, Norman C.9, 
Johr^f ElishaT, Joshua^, YoungS, Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel*, 
Edward^'), b. Jan. 9, 1867, in Westfield, Mass.; m. (i) Bertha 
Crosier; m. (2) Minnie Smith. Resides in Holyoke, Mass. 



134 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Children. 

495. I. Prescott Herman'^ b. Dec. 4, 1S94, in Northamp- 

ton, Mass. 

496. II. A son'^, b. . 

407. Heruf-rt F.MKRSON" Fuller, (JJ'anrn Du'ight^°, Edmund 
ll'arrcn'', Johii^, Jilisluv, Joshua^', Voiin^, Matthew^, Samuel^, 
S(i»iiit^l\ Edward^), h. July 18, 1SC7 ; ni. Nov. 9, 1898, in Holyoke, 
Mass., Cora M. Downie, b. Nov. 24, 1878, in California, dau. of f 
William and Anna Downie. | 

497. His daughter, Pauline Downie'^ was b. Sept. 20, 

1S99, in Holyoke. 

408. John Wilson" Fuller, {Warren DwighP^^ Edmund 
]V(irrfn'\ JoJui^, l^lisJuv, Joshua", Young^, Matihc'iV^, Samuel^, 
Samuel \ Edioard'), b. Jan. 29, 1S71, in Ludlow, Mass.; m. Sept. 
22, 1S97, lOlizabeth Dempsey, b. Jan. 20, 1869, dau. of William and 
Mary (Powers) l)enii)sey of Ludlow. 

49S. His daughter, Dorothy'*, was b. Feb. 16, 1900, in f 

North Wilbraham, Mass. 

424. George Arthur", {Horace LevereU^°, Horace^, Isaac^, 
Elisha'^f Joshua^', YoungS, Matthe7i.>^, Samuel^, Samuel', Edward^), 
b. June I, 1858; m. Sept. 11, 1880, Clara B. Terry. 

Children. 

499. I. Ada's b. . I 

500. II. Henry'-', b. . 

501. HI. Jessie'^ b. . 



430. Charles A." Fuller, {Austin^°, Horace, Isaac^, ElishaT, 
Joshua", ]'ou//g^, Matlhcm^, Samuel^, Samuel', Ed7c>ard^), b. at 
Somers, Ct., March 15, 1861 ; m. April 11, 1883, Clara Cady. 

Children. 

502. I. Edward's b. . 

432. Frank C." Fuller, {Ausl/n^°, Horace^, Isaac^, Elishat, 
Joshua", Youtig^, MattlicK''^, Samuel^, Samuel', Edward^^, b. Feb. 
27, 1870; m. Rosa Uork. 

Children. 

503. I. Harold's b. Aug. 8, 1872; d. Sept. 28, 1892. 

504. II. Ray A.'S b. Oct. 8, 1895. 



CORNELIUSS fuller's DESCENDANTS. I35 

433. Burt C." Fuller, {Austin'°, Horace, /saa^, £/is/ia7, 
Joshua^ f Young'iy Mattheui^, Samuel'!; Samuel* , EdiuanP), b. Nov. 
24, 1871 ; m. Mar. 19, 1891, Josie Slater. 

Children. 

505. I. Alice Belle'% b. March 14, 1893. 

506. II. Earl A.'^ b. Aug. 3, 1897. 

439. Elmer Ellsworih" Fuller, {Henry /l'", IVilliam C.9, 
Joshua^, ElishaT, Joshua^, Young^, AlatthenA, Samuel^, Samuel*, 
E(i7c>ard^), b. about 1866 ; d. 1903, ae. 37 ; m. . 

Children. 

507. I. Esther'^ b. 1896. 

508. II. Glenn■^ b. 1898. 

449. William Wesley" Fuller, {Wi/liam Ru/us^°, Lez'i Jone^, 
Joel^, ElishoT, Joshua^\ Youfig^, Mattheik>^, Samuel^, Samuel^, 
Edward^), b. Feb. 9, 1878; m. June 27, iqoo, Carolyn Louise 
Simcoe. 

Children. 

509. I. Ruth Irma'^, b. March 4, 1904. 

510. II. Herbert Irl'^ b. May 28, 1906. 

450. Harry Garfield" Fuller, {IVilliam Ru/us^°, Levi J^^ 
Joel^, ElishaT, Joshua^, Young^, Mattheu>^, Samuel^, Samuel', 
Ed7aard^), b. April i, 1880; m. July 17, 1902, Edna Bruce 
Armstrong. 

Children. 

511. I. Helen Edna'^ b. July 2, 1903. 

512. II. Ethel Lucy'^ b. Nov. 18, 1904. 

477. Ernest S." Fuller, {Charles SJ°, Solomorfi, Solomor^, 
Solomon La/hropT, Joshucfi, Young^, Matlhexv^y Samuel^, Samuel', 
Edward^), b. in Somers, Ct., Sept. i, 1879; m. June 15, 1905, 
Mabel Carpenter Kibbe, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. 
Kibbe of Somers. 

SEVENTH GROUP. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

45. CorneliusS Fuller, {Matthew^, Samuel^, Samuel', 
Edward^), b. 17 10, at Barnstable; m. Feb. 25, 1730, at Colchester, 



136 DKSCF.NDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Patience Chapi^el, who d. June 25, 1746. (F. A. P\iller.) Lenluel^ 
their son, was baj)!. May 11, 1735, at Colchester. I find no further 
family rccoid. .'\l)Oul 1747 he exchanged land with Samuel Calkins 
of Hebron, and 1 su])iH)sed moved there, but I find no further trace 
of him. It is said that he was the first Fuller who settled in Hebron, 
about 1733. 'I'his is not impossible, but I think it must have been 
later than 1735. 

In a muster roll of Provincial trooj^s of New York, Dutchess 
County, i75<S, is the name of Cornehus Fuller, aged 19, b. in Con- .- 
necticut. He was perhaps son of Cornelius^ Fuller. 

In the Field Pook of Survey of Lot No. 6, in the town of Carmel, 
N. v., Ai)ril 12, 1762, are found among other names : Robert Fuller, 
Amos l'"uller and C^ornelius Fuller. 'I'he first two are descendants of 
Robert Fuller of Salem and Kehobolh, Mass., in the line of his son 
P.enjamin, five or six sons of whom settled in Lebanon or Hebron, 
Connecticut, and thence removed to the northwestern part of Con- 
necticut, and finally over the line into the State of New York. 
1755-6 the following members of the western Society of Philippi, 
(Town of Carmel, N. Y.), signed a call for Mr. Ebenezer Knibloe as 
pastor: Shubael Rowley, Kleazer Hamlin (from Barnstable, Mass.), 
ALatthew Rowlee, Penj. Howland, Edward Carver, Amos Fuller, 
Cornelius Fuller, John Kelly, Klisha Rcllogg, John White. 

'I'he above shows that CorneliusS removed to Carmel, now 
Frcdericksboro, N. Y., perhaps stopping at some Connecticut town 
meanwhile, and incideiitally shows where some of the Ixowleys went. 
Probablv further search thereabout would disclose their descendants. 
(II. \V. Prainard.) 

Mr, F. A. Fuller writes March 4, 1908, that he recently found the 
following in regard to a Cornelius Fuller in the "History of Greene 
Co., N. Y.," published by J. P. Peers cSc Co., N. Y., 1S84 : 

Windham, CiKEK.nk Co., N. Y. 

Cornelius Fuller emigrated from Dutchess Co., N. Y., as early as 
iSoo. He lived in Pig llollow at what is now Hensonville, on the 
farm now owned by Linus Peck. He afterwards removed to what 
was known as Fuller's Tavern, on the old turnpike. The house was 
built in 1812, the same summer as Mr. Fuller went to the war, now 
the residence of John Holcomb. He lived here more than 50 years, 
and his family c<Misisted of eight sons and eight daughters, all of 
whom lived to be married. His wife died from the effects of a fall, 
breaking her tliigh. Mr. Fuller kept a hotel at a time when the 



JOHN^ fuller's descendants. 137 

turnpike was much traveled, and made money rapidly. He was a 
genial, affable, kind and benevolent man. Barney P'uller, son of 
Major Cornelius, is a resident of Mitchell Hollow. He was born at 
Hensonville, 1809. A Mr. DeVVitt purchased from Mr. Fuller his 
first place, the present Linus Peck place. None of his family are 
now in this vicinity. 

Perhaps this is a son of CorneliusS. Carmel and Phillipi, Putnam 
Co., were formerly in Dutchess Co. up to 1800. The records of 
Putnam Co. were burned at Brewsters some years ago, which 
accounts for lack of information. 

Mr. F. A. Fuller says he also at one time came across some books 
called "Merchants of N. Y.," published 1865, from letters in a 
N. Y. paper. One article was claimed to be the diary of a foreign 
commercial man, copied from " Freeman's N. Y. Almanac 1767," 
who traveled on horseback up through Dutchess Co. and across to 
Danbury, and was directed in the storm to the house of Cornelius 
Fuller. This is the only mention of the name, and was about in the 
location of Carmel, showing there must have been an elder Fuller 
there at that time. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

1. Lemuel^ Fuller, {Cornelius^, Mat/hcrc^, Samuel^, Samuel^j 
Edward^), bapt. May 11, 1735, at Colchester. 

He is said to have been on a tax roll at Carmel, N. Y., in 1777. 
The Michigan Pioneer Historical Reports mention a George B. 
Fuller, born in Fishkill, Dutchess Co., N. Y., Aug. 15, 181 1, son of 
Lemuel and Mary. 



EIGHTH GROUP.- 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

49. Johns Fuller, {Benjamin^, Samuel^, Samuel^ Ethcard'), b. 
Dec. 25, 1706, in Barnstable; supposed to be the John Fuller who 
d. Oct. 17, 1732, in 27th year, (West Barnstable cemetery), and to 
be the John who m. March 7, 1728-9, Maria Nye of Sandwich, dau. 
of Nathan and Mercy Nye, b. April 2, 1702, at Sandwich. 

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138 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

NINTH GROUP. 

FIFTH GENEFL^TION. 

50. JamesS Fuller, {Benjamin^ Saiiiue/^, Samuel^, Edward'), 

b. May i, 171 1, in liarnstable, Mass. ; d. ; m. Sept. 22, 

1733, Temperance Phinney, dau. of Benjamin Phinney of Barn- 
stable, who d. in 1758. The will of Benjamin Phinney, dated 
March 24, 1758, names wife F^li/abeth, son Seth, daughter Tem- 
l)erance Fuller, daughter Malatiah, and Susannah Dimock. A 
widow, Temperance Fuller, m. 1772, at Barre, Mass., may possibly 
be the widow of James\ 

Children, baptized at West Barnstable. 

John^ b. about 1734 ; bapt. Sept. 30, 1739. 
Silas'', ]). about 1736 ; bapt. Sept. 30, 1739. 
Martha'', b. about 1739; bapt. Sept. 30, 1739; m. 

Dec. 4, 1 76 1, Lovell. 

Mary^ bapt. Dec. 20, 1741J m. Aug. 11, 1763, 

Shubael Lovell. . 

James'', bapt. April 2S, 1744. f 

Joseph'', bapt. .\pril 6, 1746. 
l>enjamin'', bapt. Oct. 29, 1748. 
Bathsheba'', bapt. Oct. 27, 1753. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

5. James'^' Fuller, {/amcs^, Benjamin^, Samuel^, Samuel^, 
Iuht*ard^), bapt. April 28, 1744, at West Barnstable, Mass.; d. 
perhaps in 1S19, (West Church, Barnstable, Records?) ; m. (i) 
June I, 1762, Rachel Fish of Sandwich, Mass.; m. (2) July 17, 
1789, Hannah Bursley of Sandwich. 

Children. 

9. I- (?) Benjamin?, b. July 27, 1776. (A. W. Fuller, 

Provincetown, Bible Record.) 

10. $11. John', b. about 1778. (?) 

11. HI. RacheU, b. 1780; d. March 7, 1839, ae. 59; m. ' 

(i) Nathaniel Percival and removed to Vassal- 
boro. Me., where he died; m. (2) Isaac H. 
Randall, M. 1)., and had James Dunham 
A'a/ida//'^, who m. Mary Ann Percival. Their 
dau., Lizzie May Randall'?, b. July 26, 1854, m. 
1879, Edward Payson Page, and resides in 
Skowhegan, Me.; children: (i) Blin VV.'°, b. 
Apri. 5, 18S2. (2) Edna C.'°, b. March 16, 
1884. 



JAMESS fuller's DESCENDANTS. 1 39 

12. IV. Temperance", b. about 1782 (?); m. Edward^, 

Fuller (Matthew) of Readfield, Me. He m. 
(2) Elarina Frost. £/-./-"•■' 

13. V. Bathsheba7, b. about 1785. (?) 

14. VI. Mary7, b. Nov.. 15, 17S7; d. Jan. 25, 1863; m. 
... Capt. Thomas Percival of Barnstable. 

15. $VII. James7, b. Feb. 9, 1790; m. Rosina Jones. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 

9. Benjamin? Fuller, {Jaf/ie^, James^, Benjamin^, Satnuel^t 
Samuel^, Edward'), b. July 27, 1776; d. June 5, 1854, ae. 77 y., 
10 m., 8 d., in West Barnstable, Mass. ; m. Elizabeth, also called 
Betsey, b. 1778. 

Children, born in Ba'-nstable (according to Hinckley). 

16. I. Ruth^ b. Dec. 16, 1801. 

17. *11. Albert^, b. Oct. 10, 1803. 

18. III. Lydia^, b. Oct. 22, 1805. 

19. IV. Minerva^ b. Aug. 24, 1807 ; ni. Int. Sylvanus Jones, 

Dec. 18, 1827 ; "Both of Sandwich." 

20. $V. Benjamin*^, b. June 13, 1809. 
Children, born in Sandwich. 

21. VI. Elizabeths, b. Sept. 18, 181 1. 

22. VII. Avis Jones^, b. Sept. 30, 1813. 

23. VIII. Matildas, b. Dec. 12, 1816. 

24. IX. Hannah Bodfishs, b. Dec. 8, 1818. 

25. $X. JamesS, b. Sept. 19, 1820. 



10. John? Fuller, {Jaine^, James^, Benjatnin^, Samuel^t 
Samuel^, Edward'), b. about 1778; d. in Vassalboro, Me.; m. 
1803, Bathsheba Percival, b. 1785. 

Children. 

26. I. Abigails, b. ; perhaps m. Jonathan Cross. 

27. II. EzraS, b. . 

28. III. JuliaS, b. Jan. 8, 181 1; d. Dec. 18, 1881 ; m. 

Dec. 5, 1833, Joshua Lord. Her son,^2/<z Lord*, 
resides in East Vassalboro, Me. 

29. IV. Hannahs, b. . 

30. V. ThomasS, b. — ; m. and has descendants living 

in Augusta, Me. 

31. VI. Lucy^ b. ; m. and went to Augusta, Me., 

but d. soon. 



I40 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

15. James7 Fuller, {Jame/\ Jamcs^, Benjamin^, Samuel^, 
Samuel^, F.dioarti^), b. Fob. 9, 1790 (Hinckley Records) ; d. per- 
haps in 1S19 (West Cliurch, IJarnstable, Records?) ; m. July 28, 
iSio, Rosina Jones. 

CliiUlren, 

32. I. John Addison^, b . 

33. $11. Stephen Uailey^, b. 1812. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

17. Alheki^ Fuller, {I^rji/aminT, Jame^\ James^, Benjamin'* ^ 
Siunucl^, Samuel^, Juhoani^), b. Oct. 10, 1803, in Barnstable, 

Mass.; d. ; m. Int. Pub. Jan. i, 1S29, with Mary Chase of 

liarnstable. He of Sandwich, Mass. 

20. ]>i:njamin'' Fuller, {Benjamin^, Jamefi, Javtcs^, Benjamin'^, 
Sijniucl^, Sainuf/^, Ju/^cnnP), b. June 13, 1809, in Centreville, 
Mass.; d. Oct. 2.S, 1X48 (IJarnstable Records) ; m. Sept. 14, 1834, 
Sarah Tucker of Sandwich, Mass. 
Chiklren. 
34- I. George \V.9, b. Dec. 8, 1835 ; d. June 13, 1855, in 

IJarnstable. 
Gilbert A.'>, b. July 5, 1838. 

Wilson W.'>, b. March 18, 1841 ; d. Nov. 27, 1845. 
Sarah S.", b. 1843; ni. ae. 16, Nov. 24, 1859, J. Q. 
A. Richardson. (Barnstable Records.) 
3.S. V. Elizabeth W.'^, b. Jan. 12, 1846; m. Jan. 19, 1869, 

Luther W. Phinney. 

39. $VI. Benjamin X."), b. 1849. 

25. James'' Fuller, {BcnJaminT, James^, James^, Betijamin^, 
Sinnur/i, Sa>nitfl\ Edican/^), b. Sept. 19, 1820, in Sandwich, 
Mass. ; ni. . 

40. Was living in Provincetown, Mass., with his son, A. 

\\. Fuller, in 1905. He had other children also. 
The dates of both of Benjamin? and of his children were taken 
from a P.ible record shown me by Mr. A. W. Fuller. No further 
information has been furnished. 

.•^3. SiEruEN Baili:vS Fuller, {Jamesi, Jarnes^, James^, Ben- 
jamin^, Samnei^, Samuel^, Eihoard^), b. 181 2; d. Feb. 21, 1890, 



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ebenezerS fuller's descendants. 141 

ae. 77 yrs., 7 mos. (Barnstable Records) ; m. Int. May 14, 1S41, 
Mercy H. Jones ; " both of Barnstable." 
Children. 

41. I. Jehiel^, b. ; d. Sept. 13, 1S45, at West 

Barnstable, Mass. 

42. II. Rose A. B.y, b. 1846; m. Feb. 2, 1S84, John T. 

Trask, b. Hartford, Me. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

39. Benjamin A.9 Fuller, {Benjamin^, BcujaininT, Jame^, 
James^, Benjamin^, Samuel^, Samuel'', Edunxnl^^, b. 1849 at Barn- 
stable ; d. Jan. 5, 1896; m. (i) Jan. 2, 1875, Susan G. Fisher of 
Falmouth, b. 1850, d. March 27, 1889, in New Bedford, Mass., dau. 
of Phineas and Eliza P. Fisher of Falmouth; m. (2) Nov. 18, 1890, 
Ida M. (Gray) Trafton, b. 1857, in New Bedford, Mass., dau. of 
Cornelius and Caroline Gray. Mr. Fuller was a harness maker at 
Falmouth, Mass. 

Children, bom at Falmouth. 

43. tl. George Edward"°, b. Jan. 23, 1876. 

TENTH GENERATION. 

43. George Edward'° Fuller, {Benjamin AP, Bcnjamin^^ 
BenjainitO,Jame^,James^, Benjamin^, Sa/nuei^, Samuel^, EJa'ani^)^ 
b. Jan. 23, 1876, in Falmouth, Mass.; m. Sept. 20, 1896, Sarah C 
Crocker, b. 1875, in Hyannis, Mass. 

Children. 

44. I. Arthur Raymond", b. 1S97. 

TENTH GROUP. 
FIFTH GENERATION. 

51. EbenezerS Fuller, {Thomas^, John^, Samuel^, Ed:i.>ard^^f 
b. Oct. 27, 1715, in East Haddam ; d. Sept. 30, 1749, in Hebron, 
Ct. ; m. Sept. 30, 1738, Mary Rowley, dau. of Moses and Martha 
(Porter) Rowley of Colchester and East Haiidam, or perhajK Mar)-, 
dau. of Ebenezer and Mary (Church) Rowley of East Haddam ; if 
the first, she was b. Dec. 5, 1708, at Colchester; if the latter, she 
was b. Nov. 4, 1722, at East Haddam. I am inclined to think it 
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Hebron, Feb. 5, 179S. The will of Ebenczer Fuller, dated Sept. 13, 
1749, Colchester Probate Records, Vol. II, pp. 55-57, mentions six 
children, one unborn. (H. W. Brainard in N. Y. Genealogical and 
Biographical Record, April, 1903 and Jan., 1906.) 
Children, born in Hebron. 

1. $1. Ebenezer'^', b. May 8, 1739. 

2. II. Dimmis", b. Oct. i, 1742; m. Solomon Huntington ,< 

of Hebron; she d. at East Haddam in 1800. / 

Children: (i) OV//^, b. 1765. (2) Dimmis, b. j 

1767. (3) Mary, b. 1769. (4) Solomon, b. 1 

•771- (S)/'/'". ^- 1775- (6) Ozias, b. 1777. 
(7) Ralph, b. 1779. (8) Philoxcna, b. 1781. 
(9) Jaicd, b. 1784. (10) Laura, b. 1786. 
(See Huntington Gen., pp. 150-15 1.) 

Mary'', b. Aug. 25, 1743 ; m. John Filer. ■. 

Ozias", b. Sept. 25, 1745. / 

Roger", b. July 21, 1747. .-' 

Elizabeth", b. April 5, 1750; m. Aug. 17, 1769, 

Joshua I'helps Jr. Their dau.. Dicey Phelps^, m. ^ 

Sept. II, 1836, Joseph Carver. Almira Jane^ 
Carver, dau. of Joseph Carver and Dicey 
(Phelps), m. May 2, 1S47, Frederick P. Bissell, 
father of Frederick Clarence Bissell. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

1. IChenkzek" Fuller, {Elunczcr^, Thomas\ Johii^, Samuel^, 

Edwanl^), b. May 8, 1739, in Hebron, Ct. ; d. ; m. March 

20, 1764, Abigail Hendee. 

Ebenezer enlisted May 8, 1762, in Captain Timothy Norlham's 
company in the service of the Province of New York. (See muster 
rolls in N. Y. Hist. Soc. Collection, 1891.) 

Children, born in Hebron, Ct. 

7. I. Rowena", b. March 3, 1765 ; m. Sei)t. 23, 1784, 

Jared Phelps, son of John and Deborah (Dewey) 
Phelps, b. in Hebron, Ct., 1760. 

8. II. .Abigail, b. Nov. 25, 1766; d. April 5, 1853, in 

Becket, Mass.; m. April 6, 1786, Nathan Phelps, 

son of John and Deborah, b. in Hebron, Ct., 

Dec. 31, 1765. 
Mchitable7, b. Feb. 13, 1770; d. Dec. 6, 1773. 
Ebenezer?, b. Nov. 8, 1772. 
Mehitable?, b. May 26, 1775 ; d. April 17, 1869, in 

Becket, Mass.; m. Jan. 9, 1800, Jesse Rudd, b. 

July 7, 1764, in Becket, son of Elisha and Ruth. 



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VI. Elizabeth?, b. May i, 1778. 

12. VII. Sally7, b. June 28, 1782; m. Elihu Watrous, Sept. 

10, i8r2. 

13. VIII. Arathusa7, b. April, 1785; d. April 17, 1869, in 

Becket, Mass. ; m. April 3, 1S07, Isaiah Kingsley, 
b. May 22, 1781, in Becket, son of Isaiah and 
Margaret. 

4. OziAS^ Fuller, {Ebenczcri, Thomas^, John^, Samufi-f 
Edward^) , b. Sept. 25, 1745, in Hebron, Ct. 

An Ozias Fuller enlisted as drummer in ist Conn. Regt., 12th Co., 
Capt. King, March 20, 1762, and died Oct. 7, 1762. 

5. Roger*' Fuller, {^Ebenezeri; Thomas^, John^, Samuel'^ 
Edward^), b. July 21, 1747, in Hebron, Ct. ; d. there Sept. 21, 
1819; m. (i) Dec. 21, 1766, Martha Phelps, who d. Feb. 13, 
1785 ; m. (2) Nov. 17, 17S5, Violette Taylor of Coventry, Ct., who 
d. Jan. 14, 1806, ae. 57; m. (3) Jan. 11, 1807, Lois Taylor, who 
d. Aug. 23, 1809; m. (4) June 21, iSio, Susannah Keeney, d. 
1852. 

Children, all born in Hebron, Ct. 

14. I. Martha?, b. June 7, 1768; m. Talcott Horsford, 

April 20, T784. 

15. $11. Ozias', b. Jan. 12, 1770. 

16. III. Mary 7, b. Nov. i, 177 1. 

17. tlV. Rogej:7, b. Sept. 7, 1773. 

18. V. Frederick Augustus', b. March 1,1775. 

19. $VI. Erastus7, b. Jan. 11, 1777. 

20. VII. Anna?, b. June 25, 1779 ; m. Aug., 1798, George O- 

Cook of Windsor, Vt. 

21. VIII. John?, b. June 30, 1781. 

22. IX. Luna?, b. Jan. 23, 1785. 

23. $X. Humphrey T.?, b. July 29, 1786. 

24. XL Amelia?, b. Jan. 7, 1788. 

25. XII. Cynthia?, b. March 26, 1790. 

15. Ozias? Fuller, {Roger^, Ebenezer^, Thomas^, John^, Samuel^ ^ 

Edward^), b. Jan. 12, 1770; d. ; m. May, 1794, Desire 

Barber, who d. Jan. 15, 1838. 

Children. 

26. I. Emily®, 5. March 2, 1795 ; d. Aug., 1799. 

27. II. Dudley B.®, b. Dec. 27, 1797. ««. 

28. III. Horace^ b. March 28, 1802. 



144 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

29. IV. Emily'', b. May 20, 1804; d. Oct. 19, 1S06. 

(Newton Fuller Mss.) 

17. Ror.KK? FuMRR, {Rogcr^\ Ebcnczcr^, Thomas^, Johti^, 
Sa/iiin-/\ Ju/ivcin/'), b. Sept. 7, 1773, in Hebron, Ct. ; d. June 23, 
1S34, at liarnstable, Mass.; m. Feb. 4, 1796, at Clarendon, Vt., 
Rachel Freeman Hodges, b. July 2, 1771, at Sturbridge, Mass., d. 
July 23, 18C3, at Drandon, Vt. , , , <^ 

Children. , .j ' \."^' i.v? j:,!^"^^ f 

30. I. Kliza\ b. ; d. ; m. Dr. Dana Aug. ' 

II, 1816. 

31. II. Rachel'^, b. ; d. ; m. in Brandon, 

Vt., May 30, 182 1, Chauncey W. Conant. 

32. HI. Kmma A.^ b. ; d. ; m. Mr. Gillette. 

T^T^. $IV. Henry Hodges'^, b. 1797, in Troy, N. Y. 

34. $V. Augustus R.^, b. 1S04. ; 

19. Erasius' Fuller, (/?ogr/', Ebcnezcr'^, Thomas^, John^, f 

Samuel^, KihiHxrd^), b. Jan. 11, 1777, at Hebron, Ct. ; m. Jan. 27, ^ 

iSoi, Sybel Barber ; both of Hebron, Ct. 

Children. 

35. $1. Stephen Barber'^, b. March 28, 1803. 

36. H. Sybel .'\.^ b. Feb. 22, 1807 ; m. Epaphroditas 

Porter, Nov. 26, 1839. Children: {\) Horace F.^, 
b. Dec. 17, 1831. (2) Helen A.^, b. Dec. i, 
^^33- (3) //'V/;j £''\ b. Nov. 12, 1834. 

37. HI. Desire E.*^, b. Feb. 20, 1812; m. Augustus L. 

(}atcs, Nov. 26, 1839. 

23. Humphrey T.7 Fuller, {Roger ^, Ebenezet^, Thomas'*, John'^, 
Samuel^ E(hvard'), b. July 29, 1786, in Hebron, Ct. ; d. May 18, 
1877, at Brooklyn, N. V.; m. in Canterbury, Ct., Oct. 24, 1814, 
p]mma Johnson, b. Nov. 29, 1793, d. April 27, 1872, at Ballston, 
N. v., dau. of Gen. Jcdediah Johnson. 

Children. 

38. I. Fayette Johnson^ b. Aug. 9, 1815; d. March 17, 

1841, at Hebron, Ct. 

39. II. Harriet Juliette^ b. Oct. 8, 1817 ; d. Nov. 23, 1864, 

at Toughkeepsie, N. V. ; m. Sept. 9, 1846, J. H. 
Hitchcock, and had : (i) Frank F.^, of Buffalo, 
N. V. (2) /. Clinton^y, of Philadelphia, Pa. 
(3) Albert"^), of Chicago, Ills. 

40. till. Oscar*, b. May 5, 1820. 



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41. IV. Emma Emily**, b. April 26, 1823 ; d. Oct. 30, 1867 ; 

m. Oct., 1862, N. S. Brown of Hebron, Ct., and 
had : ( i ) Clarence Brow/fi. 

42. V. William Henry^, b. May 12, 1825; d. Jan. 26, 

1S85 ; m. Feb. 2, 18S7, Sarah J. Hall of 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

43. $VI. Humphrey Roger*, b. Feb. 27, 1827. 

44. VH. Mary Elizabeth"*, b. June 17, 1829; m. Nov. 29, 

1872, J. H. Hitchcock. No children. Reside 
at Buffalo, N. Y. 

45. VHI. Francis^, b. Oct. 18, 1832; d. June 25, 1838, at 

Hebron. 

46. IX. Ann Amelia*^, b. Nov. 26, 1835 ; m. March 4, 1S68, 

T. C. Kelley. No children. Reside at Ballston 
Spa, N. Y. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

33. Augustus Roger^ Fuller, (^<7i,v/-7, Roge/^, Ebenezer^y 
Thomas^, Johnny Samtiel\ Edward ^^, b. 1804; d. Dec. 26, 1876; 
m. (i) Sept. 21, 1833, Anne E. Brown, who d. Aug. 21, 1840 
(Bedford, Mass., Vital Records, say " Augustus R. of Dunstable, 
N. H., and Hannah Elizabeth Brown, Sept. 23, 1S33"); m. (2) 
March 31, 1842, Mary Newell (Watson) Johnson, and lived in 
Brandon, Vt., Champlain, N. Y., and in 185 1 removed to Burlington, 
Vt. 

Children, by first wife. 

47. tl. Eugene A.9, b. Aug. 13, 1834. 

48. II. Ella Annette9, b. Nov. 16, 1836; d. June 20, 1837. 

49. *III. William Henry9, b. May 20, 1838. 
By second wife, one child. 

50. IV. Ella Annette^, b. July 2, 1847, at Champlain, N. Y. ; 

m. June 24, 1868, at Burlington, Vt„ Warren 
Spear Mayo. Resides at Jersey City, N. J. 
Children: (i) Mary Elizabeth^'', b. .\ug. 26, 
1874, in Burlington, Vt, (2) Erskine Bronson}^^ 
b. March 22, 1880, in Ottawa, Can. (3) Arthur 
Henry^^, b. June 9, 1884, in Ottawa. 

34. Henrv Hodges^ Fuller, {Ro^erT, Roger% Ebeneur^^Thoinas^y 
John^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. 1797 ; d. May 9, 1872, at Fairhaven, 
Mich.; m. 1844, Cynthia Sophia Johnson, b. Aug. 27, 1819; d. 
March 18, 1901, at St. Paul, Minn. 



146 DESCENDANl'S OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Children. 

51. I. Henry Hibbard^, b. Jan. 4, 1852, at Champlain, 

N. Y. 

52. II. Ade", b. ; d. about 1856, ae. 2 years. 

Mr. Henry Hibbard Fuller resides in St. Paul, Minn., where he is 
a member of the firm of Fuller & Robbins, real estate and loan 
agents. 

35. Stephen IJarber^ Fuller, {ErasfitsT, Rogcr^, Ebcnezcr^, 
Thomas'^, John^, S(7iniui^, Eiiioard^), b. March 28, 1S03; m. Dec. 
8, 1834, Minerva Porter. 

Children. 

52. I. Erastus B.", b. Oct. i, 1845 ; d. June 10, 1866, ae. 

21 years. 

40. OsCAR^ Fuli,er, {HumpJircy T.T, Rogct^, Ehenczer^, Thomas'', 
Johti^, Samuel^, Edican/^), b. May 5, 1820, in Hebron, Ct. ; d. 
there Oct. 30, 1880 (Mrs. W. J. says in 1878) ; m. 1858, Mary 
Elizabeth Turner of Hebron, b. March 4, 1843, d. April 13, 1893, 
in New Haven, Ct. 

Children. 

53. I. Oscar D.9, b. Oct. 25, 1859, in Kansas; d. Aug. 3, 

1S60. 

54. $11. Willis Johnson'^, b. Oct. 7, 1 861, in Hebron, Ct. 

55. $111. Ulysses Grants, b. May 13, 1864, in Hebron, Ct. 

56. tlV. Henry Ward^, b. July 23, 1870, in Andover, Ct. 

43. Humphrey Roger^ Fuller, {Humphrey T.t, Roger^y 
Ebenczcr^, Thomas'^, Johti^, Samuel^, Ed^vanP), b. Feb. 27, 1827; 
d. May 8, 1893; ra. July 17, 1S53, Isabelle Mercein, who d. May, 

1S93. 
Children. 

57. I. Henry A.9, b. 1856; d. 1856. 

58. II. Elise Mercein9, b. ; m. April, 1883, William 

C. Redfield, and had : ( i ) Elise Mercein^^, b. 
Apr. 22, 1887. (2) Marian IV.'°, h. Sept. 6, 
1888. (3) /saM/e'° and Frances^" (twins), b. 
Dec. 29, 1890. 

59. $111. Charles Humphrey9, b. Jan. 14, 1859. 

60. IV. Randolphs, b. Oct. 8, i860; d. 1861. 

61. V. Rosalie9, b. Nov. 7, 1862; d. 1863. 



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NINTH GENERATION. 

47. Eugene A.9 Fuller, {Ai/gusfus Roger^, Rogert, Roi^er**^ 
Ebenezer^y Thomas^, /ohn^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Aug. 13, 1834; 
d. Sept. 27, 1876; m. Laura M. Rock. 

Children. 

62. I. Lizzie'°, b. . 

63. II. E. H.'°, b. . 

64. III. Kitty'°, b. . 

65. IV. Jennie'°, b. . 

66. V. Laura'°, b. . 



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49. William Henry9 Fuller, {Aitgusius Roger^, RogerTy Roger^^ 
Ebenezer^, Thomas^, John^, Samuel^, ^//rc'a /-//'), b. May 20, 1838; 

m. Margaret Scott. 
Children. 

Mary Elizabeth'", b. . 

William H.'°, b. . 

Eugene A.'°, b. . 

A. Edward'°, b. . 

Grace C.'°, b. . 

Emma S.'°, b. . 

Mae H.'°, b. . 

Alice H.'°, b. . 

54. Willis Johnson9 Fuller, {Oscar^, Humphrey TJ, Roger^y 
Ebencze}^, Thomas^, Johni, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Oct. 7, 1861, in 
Hebron, Ct. ; in. Oct. 7, 1890, Emma Grace Oughton, dau. of 
Robert and Sarah E. Oughton of Meriden, Ct., and have an adopted 
daughter, Ruth Isabel Oughton Fuller. 

55. Ulysses Grant9 Fuller, (Oscar^, Humphrey TJ, Roger^, 
Ebenezer^, Thomas^, Johfi^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. May 13, 1864, 
in Hebron, Ct. ; m. Oct. 27, 1897, Katherine Gertrude Dunnell, b. 
in Glastonbury, Ct., March 12, 1872, dau. of Horatio H. and 
Catherine (Blair) Bunnell. 

They reside in West Granby, Ct., and have one child. 
75. Hazel Gertrude'", b. Jan. 9, 1900. 

56. Henry Ward9 Fuller, {Osear^, Humphrey TJ, Roger^, 
Ebenezeri, Thomas^, John^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. July 23, 1870, 
in Andover, Ct. ; m. Sept. 20, 1899, Maude E. Shaw, b. July 12, 
1880, at Wells River, Vt., dau. of Freeman O. and Emma E. Shaw. 



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59. Charles Humphrf.v^ Fuller, {Humphrey R?, Humphrey 
TJ, Roger^, Ehcnczcr'^, Thomas^, Johfi^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. 
Jan. 14, 1859 ; ni. Jan. 5, 1884, Mary C. Webb. 
Children. 

I)orothy'°, b. July 2, 1889. 
Iwerette W.'", b. June i, 1892. 
Randolph M.'", b. Nov. 26, 1893. 
RiUh'", b. Aug. 21, 1896. 
Triscilla Sedan'", b. Oct. 7, 1899. 

ELEVENTH GROUP. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

52. TiioMAsS Fuller, {Thomas^, John^, Samue/^, Edward^), 
b. April 5, 1 71 7, at East Haddam, Ct. ; d. there Nov. 12, 1802, 
aged 86 years; ni. Sept. 10, 1734, Martha Rowley, dau. of Moses 
and Martha (Porter) Rowley of Colchester and East Haddam, b. 
Feb. II, i7io-ii,at East Haddam, d. there March 13, 1760, in 
49th year; m. (2) Nov. 6, 1760, Mrs. Mary Hosmer, widow of 
Robert Hosmer of East Haddam, and dau. of Timothy Green of 
New London, b. 1722, d. Aug. 7, 1808, ae. &G years. 

Thomas Fuller is called Ensign and Lieutenant Thomas Fuller Jr. 
He was one of the i)rominent and prosperous men of the town of 
his day. He and his wife Martha were members of the church at 
East Haddam from July 16, 1738. Eight children and one hundred 
fifty-six grandchildren and great-grandchildren were living at the 
time of his decease. 

Children, born in East Haddam. 

1. $1. Jehiel'', b. March 25, 1735. 

2. II. Daniel'', b. April 26, 1739; d. unm. 1768. Gradu- 

ated from Yale, 1762, and studied for the 
ministry. Died in New York while candidating. 

3. $111. Oliver", b. Sept. 30, 1741-42. 

4. IV. Sybil'', b. April 15, 1744; m. June 30, 1763, Row- 

land I'ercival of Chatham, Ct. She d. before 
1787. Children: (i) Rowland^, b. Dec. 25, 
1763. (2) MehitabeP, b. Dec. 27, 1765. (3) 
Ichiil/odT, b. Jan. 17, 1768. (4) DanieP, b. 
Feb. 24, 1770. The family went to Campton, 
N. H. 

5. V. Martha^ b. July 27, 1746; m. Feb. 23, 1764, 

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Children: (i) NoadiaJO. (2) Martha^. (3) 
LydiaT. (4) Ira"*. (5) OlmsteadT. {d) Jamesi, 
(7) Clarissal. (8) CJiaunceyJ. 

6. VI. Anna^ b. Feb. 6, 1748-9 ; m. July 12, 1768, Abihu 

Mack, b. March 31, 1745, in Hebron, Ct., son of 
Ensign Orlando and Abigail (Adams) Mack. 
Abihu Mack d. Dec. 5, 1769, aged 25 years, and 
his widow probably married again. 

7. . VII. Abigail*^, b. March 4, 1752; m. Aug. 10, 1769, 

Ozias Chapman of East Haddam. Children : 
(i) Sylvester', b. May 22, 1770. (2) DanieP, b. 
Aug. 30, 1771. (3) IVil/iamT, b. Aug. 5, 1773. 
(4) Dorothy^, b. Feb. 28, 1775. (5) ReubenT, b. 
March 25, 1777. (6) Lox'inaT, b. April 23, 1779. 
(7) Orini, b. Aug. 6, 1780. (8) Fanny', b. Dec. 
25, 1782. (8) Amanda^, b. Dec. 21, 1784. (10) 
Julitts'i, b. May 6, 1785. (11) Erastiis^, b. Jan. 5, 
1787. (12) Bcnjaviini, b. May 24, 1789. (13) 
Joseph^, b. March 15, 1 79 1. (14) Elizabeth', b. 
June 14, 1792. (15) LaurenaT, b. July 11, 1794. 

Children, by second wife. 

8. VIII. Mary^ b. Sept. 27, 1761 ; m. June 24, 17S3, Capt. 

David B. Spencer. Children : ( i ) Huldaln, b. 
March 23, 1784. (2) MaryT, b. July 8, 17S5 ; 
m. Ephraim Gates. (3) David BrainenD, b. 
March 22, 1787. i^;\) JentshaT, b. Feb. 23, 17S9; 

m. Cook. (5) Oliver^ Fuller, b. about 

1 79 1. Mrs. Mary Spencer d. before 1793. 

9. IX. Olive Green% b. April 13, 1763; d. young. 

10. X. Olive Green*"', b. Dec. 17, 1764; m. (i) March 25, 

1784, Samuel Chapman; m. (2) Gabriel Ely as 
his second wife. She had no children by her 
first husband. 

11. XI. Dorothy^, b. Feb. i, 1768; m. Jan. 29, 17S8, 

Timothy Chapman Jr. Children: i^\) JIoraceT^ 
b. April 17, 1789. (2) DiodateT, b. Dec, 1791. 
{^) Revildt, b. April 28, 1793. (4) Dorothy^, b. 
April, 1795. (s) /<V2f-(7a//7, b. Nov., 1797. (6) 
WarrenT, b. Nov. 20, 1800. (7) RusselH, b. Nov., 
1802. (8) SophiaT, b. Nov., 1804. (9) CynthiaJf 
b. Nov., 1809. These children are said to have 
been bom at Haddara. She d. Jan. ii, 1831, 
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SIXTH GENERATION. 

1. Jehiel'^' Fuller, {Thomas^, Thonias^^, John^, Sar/iuei^, 
E(hiHini^), b. March 25, 1735, in East Haddam, Ct. ; d. Dec. 16, 
1796, at North Bolton, Ct. (now Vernon) ; m. Jan. 11, 1759, Sarah 
Day of West Chester, Ct., b. March 8, 1742, d. Feb. 16, 1815, dau. 
of Dea. John and Sarah (Loomis) Day of West Chester Society, 
Colchester. 

Jehiel Fuller lived in Colchester 1759 to about 1765, afterward 
in East Haddam, Ct. ; was Captain of Militia; his eldest children 
may have been born in Colchester, but all are recorded in East 
Haddam. He removed to Bolton after 1787. His will is found in 
Hebron probate records at Andover, Ct. 

12. $!• Jehiel7, b. April 13, 1760. 

13. H. Sarah', b. March 9, 1762 ; m. Isaac Taylor, Nov. 8, 

1 781; d. Jan. 20, 1826, at East Haddam. 
Children: {\) /osiah"^, Isaa^ ; both died young. 
Also Sarah^, ll'ilsoii^, and probably Isaac^ second. 

14. $111. Daniels b. July 16, 1764. 

15. 4:1V. Irad7, b. Sept. 4, 1766. 

16. V. Annis7, b. Oct. i, 1768; m. Benjamin? Fuller, 

{Jflshua^\ Yoiiiii:;^, Miitihc7ci^, Samuel^, Samuel^, 
Eihvard^), of Ludlow, Mass. (See under his 
record.) 

17. :l:VI. Thomas", b. Nov. 14, 1771 ; m. Statira Chapman. 

18. VU. Deborah?, b. March i, 1774; ni. Sept. 6, 1792, 

Duel Rowley of Chatham, Ct , b. Feb. 2, 1771, 
son of Susannah (Annibal) Rowley of Chatham. 

19. VUI. Gurdon", b. June 13, 1776; lost at sea in 1800. 

20. IX. Asenaih", b. Nov. 2, 1778; d. Oct. 14, 1849, at 

Vernon, Ct. ; m. Augustus Grant, who d. May 12, 
1832, ae. 64. Children, buried at Vernon, Ct. r 
PJiiia^y d. Dec. 25, 1804, ae. 10 mos. Matyette^, 
d. Aug. 7, 1828, ae. 14. 

21. X. Electa?, b. Jan. 30, 1781 ; m. Elisha Grant. 

22. XI. rhile", b. Oct. 15, 1784; m. Justus W. King (or 

Keney). 

23. Xn. Erastus?, b. June 18, 1787 ; d. June 25, 1789. 

3. Oliver*' Fuller, ( Thomas^, Thomas^, John^, Samuei^, 
Edioard^), b. Sept. 30, 1742, in East Haddam; d. March 9, 1817, 
in Kent, Ct. ; m. (i) May 30, 1767, Alice, dau. of Col. John 
Ransom of Kent; she d. Oct. i, 1776, aged 29 years; he m. (2) 
Oct. 12, 1777, Lois Gillett of Kent. 



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Oliver Fuller graduated from Yale in 1762, his brother Daniel 
being in the same class. He became a physician of high standing. 
During the Revolution he served as army surgeon with a Captain's 
rank in a New ^'ork regiment. His case of surgical instruments 
used at that time is still preserved by his descendants. That he 
was an army surgeon is the family tradition, but I have been utterly 
unable to verify it from any official source. Prof. Dexter thinks it 
very doubtful. H. VV. B. 

Revilo7, b. Jan. 26, 1768. 

Daniel7, b. Aug. 20, 1769; m. (?) 

Thomas7, b. July 4, 1773. 

Alice?, b, Jan. 15, 1780. 

Rhoda .Ann?, b. May 8, 1782 ; d. June 16, 1793. 

Louisa?, b. ; d. June 12, 1793, according to 

town records of Kent; d. June 14, 1793, '" '3^'^ 
year, according to gravestone at Kent. rerhai>s 
for Alice, above, we should read Louisa. 

" Departed this Life Oct. ye first 
1776 Alice Consort to Doctor 
Oliver Fuller, Ai. 29. 

A friend to Virtue 

Sweet Companion 

Tender Parent 

Benevolent to all 

Provident in each 

Much lamented." (Gravestone at A'eMt.) 

" Doctor Oliver Fuller 
died March 9, 1817 aged 75." (Gravestone at Kent.) 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

12. J EHiEL? Fuller, (^Jchicl^\ Thomas^, Thomas^, John^, SatKUt'i'y 
Edward^), b. April 18, 1760, in East Haddam; d. there March 11, 
1815, ae. 55 years; m. (i) June 24, 1783, at East Haddam, 
Reliance Smith, b. April i, 1760, in East Hampton, Ct., d. April 22, 
1 810, aged 49 years, at East Haddam, dau. of Joseph and Mary 
(Fuller) Smith of East Haddam; m. (2) Elsie King, dau. of 
Hezekiah and Anna (Thrall) King of Vernon, Ct. She returned 
from East Haddam to Vernon about 1820, where she d. June 16, 
1830, ae. 62 years. 



152 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Mr. Fuller resided in Vernon, Ct., for some years ; was a farmer ; 
ear-mark registered in Vernon, 1795; some of his children may 
have been b. in Vernon ; he returned to East Haddam about 1800. 

Children. 

30. $1. Selden^, b. May 16, 1785. 

31. II. Julia^, b. Jan. 23, 1787; d. March 24, 1854, ae. 

68, at East Haddam; m. Nov. 25, 1806, John 
Williams. Children: (i) Jehiel Fuller'^, now 
deceased. {2) Dafiiel^. (3) J/^^rj'',' m. Thomas 
Ackley. (4) FJsii^; m. Oliver Bidwell. (5) 
Rdiaiicc^ ; all of East Haddam. 

32. *III. Philo^ b. July 31, 17S9. 

33. IV. Sarah Day^, b. Aug. 12, 1791; m. Jan. 30, 1821, 

Loren Gates, and went to Unadilla, N. Y. 

34. V. Mary^, b. Oct. 15, 1793 ; m. Thomas Ackley. 

35. VI. Statira Chapman^, b. Oct. i, 1797; m. Huntington 

Silliman, son of William and Dorothy (Hunting- 
ton) Silliman of East Haddam, b. June 9, 1795. 
Children: (i) Alfred''; m. Roxana Ely. (2) 
Joseph^ \ m. Lavinia, dau. of Julius Chapman. 
{},) Jarcd'^ ; m. Sarah Higgins. {i^^ Mason") ; m. 
]-ucy Wright. (5) Horac(f); m. Betsey .\nn 
Markham. (6) Willianfi ; m. Ellen Moulton. 

(7) Laura'); m. Martin Sheldon. (8) FJiza") ; d. 
unm., aged 18 years. 

36. VII. Hannah Brainard'', b. Oct. 13, 1803 ("Nancy" in 

Family Bible) ; m. Dec. 28, 1819, Eliphalet 
Silliman, b. Aug. 7, 1793, d. Jan. 30, 1866, at 
East Haddam. She d. March 4, 1885, ae. 82 
years, at East Haddam. Children: (i) Thomasf); 
m. Kate Stranahan. (2) Statira"); m. Daniel 
Cone. (3) Laura"); m. Dyer Emmons. (4) 
Sarah); m. Calvin Pemberton. (5) Julia"); m. 
.•\lonzo Wheeler. (6) Sophronia") ; m. Jehiel 
Gates, son of Loren Gates of Unadilla, N. Y., 
her cousin. (7) Henry^ ; m. Leonora Ackley. 

(8) Bcnjamitf); d. young. (9) Benjamin"); d. 
young. 

14. Daniel? Fuller, {Jehiel^, Thomas^, Thomas^, Johti^, 
Samuel^, F(haanl^), b. July 16, 1764, in Colchester, Ct. ; d. July 
18, 1S24, in Vernon, Ct. ; m. May 6, 1784, Lucy Merwin, who d. 
April 4, 1843, ae. 77, in Vernon, Ct. 

Children. 
37- I- Harriet^ b. Sept. 17, 1786; d. Oct. 19, 1824. 



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Erastus^, b. Feb. 22, 17SS. 

Daniel^, b. Dec. 28, 1789; d. Nov. 11, 1814. 

William^, b. April 9, 1793 ; d. Aug. 9, 1840. 

Halsey^, b. April 13, 1795. 

Sarah^, b. Sept. 9, 1797 ; d. Feb. 10, 1828. 

Gurdon^, b. Oct. 16, 1800. 

Marvin^, b. Oct. 2, 1802. 

Alfred^, b. April 18, 1805 ; d. Jan. 30, 1835. 

RileyS, b. Jan. 6, 1808. 

15. Irad? Fuller, {JehicI^, Thomas^, Thomas^, John^, Satnuel^^ 
Edward^), b. Sept. 4, 1766, at East Haddam ; d. Feb. 5, 1849, at 
Vernon, Ct. ; m. Jan. 29, 1788, Thankful Smith, b. about 1768, in 

East Haddam, d. June 29, 1803; m. (2) Chloe . "Mrs. 

Chloe, wife of Mr. Irad Fuller, died March 9, 1841, at Vernon, Ct, 
aged 76 years." A farmer at North Bolton, now Vernon, Ct. 

Children, recorded at Bolton, Ct. 

47. I. Beulah^, b. Nov. 26, 1788; d. March 9, 1847; m. 

Feb. I, 1809, Levi Darte of Vernon, who d. OcU 
T3, 1826, ae. 37. Had children. 

48. II. Warren^, b. May 8, 1790; m. Vesta Marsh and 

lived and died at Olmstead Falls, Ohio. (Newton 
Fuller MSS.) 

49. $111. Matthew Smith^, b. Sept. 20, 1792. 

50. 4^ IV. VVillard^, b. Sept. 23, 1794. 

51. $V. Jehiel^, b. June 11, 1796. 

52. VI. Thankful^, b. .-^pril 11, 1798; m. Jacob Newell of 

Ellington, Ct., and Palmer and Ludlow, Mass., b. 
July 4, 1796, d. Dec. 2, 1869. She d. April 11, 
1888, exactly 90 years old. 

53. tVII. Asa^, b. April 23, 1801. 

54. VIII. Asenath^, b. Dec. 7, 1802 ; m. Horace White of 

Manchester, Ct. She d. June 4, 1866. 

17. Thomas? Fuller, {Jehiel^, Thomas^, Thomas^, John\ 
Samuel^, Edward^), b. Nov. 14, 177 1, at East Haddam; d. there 
April 20, 1836, aged 64 years; m. Aug. 29, 1792 (another source 
says Aug. 26, 1793), Statira Chapman, b. Feb. 2, 1776, d. Oct. 4, 
1848, dau. of Timothy and Sarah (Fuller) Chapman. He was a 
physician and Captain of Militia; lived on the estate afterwards 
David Sexton's. Had no children. 

24. Revilo? Fuller, {Oliver^, Thomas^, Thomas^, Johni, 



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154 DKSCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Saiiii/c/^, Ednuin/^), b. Jan. 26, 1768. Was a farmer. He lived on 
the homestead of Col. John Ransom of Kent, who was his grand- 
father, and whose second wife was Mrs. Fuller's grandmother. He 
m. Feb. 10, 1791, Rebecca Giddings, b. June 2, 1769, at Sherman, 
Ct., d. July 26, 1849, at Salisbury, Ct., dau. of Jonathan and Mary 
(Bal(iwin) Giddings of Sherman, Ct. Mr. Fuller removed from 
Kent to Salis])ury, where he d. Oct. 31, 1846. 

(For more particulars of this family, see Gidding's Genealogy, 
pp. 74, 1 14 to 121). 
Children. 

John Ransom'^, b. Feb. 13, 1792. 
Anizi\ b. Oct. 19, 1793. 

Louise"^, b. Dec. 25, 1795; ^- Dec. 2, 1863; m. 
Feb. 19, 181 5, Luther, son of John and Rachel 
(Wilson) Cook. He d. Nov. 19, 1855. They 
lived on his father's homestead. Children: (i) 
Jc/iii \VinfJiro^\ b. March 12, 1818; m. Nov. 22, 
1864, Cornelia, dau. of Caleb Beach, and has 
children, Louisa J.'°, Charles W.'° (2) Maria 
/.", b. Sept. 26, 1833 ; m. Feb. 14, 1859, James 
Ashburn of Wolcotville. (3) Ashburtfi, b. . 

58. $IV. Jonathan Giddings'', b. July 6, 1798. 

59. V. Robert Nelson'^, b. Sept. 27, 1799; m. Anna Bent. 

No ch. N. F. 

60. VL Adaline'^, b. Dec. 28, 1801 ; m. Sept., 1820, David 

Northrup of Sherman, Ct. Mr. Northrup was a 
leading man of the town, Judge of Probate, 
Justice of the Peace. He removed to Middle- 
town, Ct. Adaline d. Dec, 1838, and he m. 
second, Mrs. Clarissa Ward VVhittlesey and had 
two children by her. Child: (i) Salincfi, b. 
1821 ; d. July 15, 1843, ^e. 22 years. 

Thomas'", b. Feb. 26, 1804. 

Revilo'^, b. Aug. 3, 1806. 

Rebecca'^, b. April i6, 1808; d. Sept. 16, 1877, 
at Honesdale, Pa.; m. Sept. 28, 1830, John 
Torry of Bethany, Pa. At their marriage 
they immediately removed to Honesdale, Pa., 
Children: (j) Edwin Fuller^, b. June 4, 
1832; m. Janette S. Stone. (2) Ellen 
Caroline*), b. May 28, 1834; d. Aug. 22, 1835. 
(3) Caroline Nichols^, b. April 12, 1836. (4) 
Robert Nelsotfl, b. Aug. i, 1838; m. Elizabeth 
D. Thompson. (5) Adaline Northrup, b. Aug. 
15, 1840; m. Dr. James A. S. Grant. (6) Henry 



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THOMASS fuller's DESCENDANTS. 155 

Fuller'), b. Oct. 20, 1842 ; ni. Harriet A. Pratt- 
(7) Thomas Fuller"), b. Oct. 28, 1844; ni. 
Sophia R. Dickinson. (8) Johit^, b. Oct. 31, 
1846. (9) Frances Rebecca"), b. Jan. iS, 1S50; 
m. Andrew Thompson. 

64. X. Arminda'^, b. Jan. i, 181 1 ; d. May 17, 18 15. 

26. Thomas? Fuller, {Oliver^, Thomas^, Thomas^, Johnny 
Samuel^, Edward^), b. July 11, 1773, in Kent, Ct. ; d. about iSoi, 
perhaps in New York City; m. April 10, 1795, Nancy Lee of 
Bristol, Ct., b. Aug. 30, 1776, d. in Bristol, May 9, 1866, dau. of 
Charles and Mary (Gilbert) Lee of Farmington and Bristol, Ct. 
Mrs. Nancy (Lee) Fuller m. (2) Oct. 7, 1804, Bryan Hooker of 
Bristol, his second wife, and had two children : Lydia Lewis 
Hooker, b. Aug. 8, 1805; Nancy Hooker, b. July 24, 1809, at 
Bristol ; and perhaps others. 

Thomas Fuller studied medicine and became a physician of 
growing repute. He settled at Hartford, Ct. He was also an 
expert penman, and gave instructions in the .irt. He died while 
absent from home, either in New York City or in the South : his 
descendants do not know the exact time or place. It is a family 
tradition that Charles Lee, Mrs. Fuller's father, drov<; into Hartford — 
seventeen miles — with his cart and brought the young widow back 
to the home of her girlhood, with her two little children and the 
household furniture. She lived in Bristol till her marriage with 
Bryan Hooker. 

Children. 

65. L Rhoda Ann^, b. Sept. 22, 1796; m. Aug., 1815, S. 

Augustus Mitchell, geographer and map publisher 
of Philadelphia. She d. March, 1876, in the Sist 
year of her age, having had six children, three of 
whom reached adult life: (i) Ellen Doui^la^^ 
m. H. Nelson Borroughs; d. 1853. {2)Caroline^, 
m. H. Nelson Burroughs as his second wife. (3) 
Samuel Augustus"), m. Sarah LeMoyne, and d. i S84. 
Mrs. Effingham Perot, dau. of Ellen Dougkiss 
Mitchell Burroughs, granddaughter of Rhoda 
Ann (Fuller) Mitchell, resides at Ardmore, Pa. 

66. tn. Thomas Franklin*, b. April 29, 1798. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 
30. Selden^ Fuller, {JehielT,Jehiel\ Thomas^ TJwmas^^John\ 



156 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

S(xmucl\ Edicani',) b. in East Haddam May 16, 1785 ; d. Oct. 10, 
1S67, aged 82 years; m. Jan. 14, 1813, Julia Cone, b. Feb. 5, 1790, 
d. Jan. 27, 1831, dau. of Joshua and Chloe (Chapman) Cone of 

East Haddam ; m. (2) Stranahan, who survived him. 

Children. 

I. Marietta'^, b. Dec. 4, 1813, in East Haddam; d. 
April 27, 1841, ae. 27 years. 

67. *n. Theodore'^, b. Nov. 15, 1821. 

68. *ni. Frederick'^, b. May 24, 1825. 

69. $1V. Francis'^, b. Aug. 12, 1827. 

70. V. Infant^, b. ; d. Jan. 31, 1831, ae. 7 days. 

32. Phil(/ Fuller, {/chicP, Jehiel^, Thomas^, Thomas^, John^, 
Samuel', Edward'), b. July 31, 1789; d. Nov. 21, 1859, at East 

Haddam, ae. 70 years; m. Hannah, b. , d. May 21, 

1833, ae. 26 years. 

Probably no children. 

38. Er.\stusS Fuller, {Datiu-n, Jehicl^\ Thomas^, Thomas^, 
John^, Sainucl\ Edivard'), b. Feb. 22, 1788, in Vernon, Ct. ; d. 
Dec, 1871, in Rockville, Ct. ; m. Oct. 21, 1817, Philinda Wilson. 
Removed to Vernon, Oneida Co., N. Y. ; in May, 1847, returned to 
Rockville, Ct. 

Children, all born in Vernon, N. Y. 

71. I. Daniel Ward'^ b. April 3, 1819; d. about 1870, in 

Mt. Clemens, Mich., leaving widow and daughter. 

72. H. Clarissa", b. Sept. 10, 1820; d. Aug. 14, 1862; m. 

about 1842, Horace Wakefield of Paris Hill, 
N. Y. Had three children, one a son. 

73. HI. Lavinia'>, b. Oct. 24, 1823; d. June 17, 1857; m. 

Jan. 14, 1S48, Joseph Selden of Rockville, Ct. 
No children. 

74. tlV. Addison^, b. Dec. 31, 1826. 

75. V. Abby9, b. Sept. 30, 1829 ; m. March 30, 1849, Geo. 

A. Groves, b. 1825, and had: (i) Charies A.^°, 
b. Dec. 8, 1850, Ellington, Ct. (2) Albert F.^°, 
b. April IS, 1854, Rockville, Ct. (3) Fred JV.'°, 
b. Feb. 19, 185S, Rockville, Ct. (4) George 
F.'°, b. Oct. 6, 1863, Rockville, Ct. Resides at 
Bradford, Pa. 

76. VI. Ella9, b. May 20, 1832; m. (i) Nov. 25, 1858, 

Alvin B. Comstock, who d. 1865 ; m. (2) Aug. 
16, 1877, James Converse of Northampton, 




Erastus Fuller. 




Ella Fuller Comstock Converse. 



THOMASS fuller's DESCE^fDANTS. 157 

Mass., who d. 1892. She had chiUiren : (i) 
A. /F.'", b. Dec. 8, 1863. (2) Harnet i5.'«, b. 
Feb. 22, 1865 ; m. 1886, Benj. Brown of Norfolk, 
Ct. Mrs. Converse resides at East Haven, Ct. 

77. VII. Emma9, b. May 6, 1836; m. Oct. 16, 1858, Joseph 

Selden. They had one child : Julia Lavinia^^y 
b. March 8, 1866; d. June i, 1895; married 
John D. Bassett ; had one son and two daughters. 
Mr. and Mrs. Selden reside in Norfolk, Ct. 

41. Halsey^ Fuller, (^DanieP, Jehiel^, Thomas^, Thomas^, 
JohnT>, Samuel^, Edward^), b. April 13, 1795, probably in Vernon, 
Ct. ; d. there Oct. 12, 1858; m. Lydia Lee, who d. May i, 1882, 
ae. 88. He resided a while in Avon, Ct. 

Children. 

78. A son, Halsey. (?) 

79. A daughter, who m. a Dr. Griggs and d. soon. 

43. Gurdon'* Fuller, {DanierJ, Jehiel^, Thotnas^, Thomas^^ 
Johnny Sa/nuel^, Edward^^, b. Oct. 16, 1800; d. April 2, 185 1, at 
Vernon, Ct. j m. June y, 1832, Harriet VVilley, "both of E. 
Haddam." 

44. Marvin^ Fuller, {Daniel, Jehiel^, Jhomas^, Thomas^, 
JohnT>, Samuel^, Edtvard^), b. Oct. 2, 1802, in Vernon, Ct. ; d. 
Dec. 4, 1874, in Manchester, Ct. ; m. (i) May 27, 1825, Mary 
Godfrey, b. Oct. 24, 1803, d. July 24, 1828; m. (2) Oct. 5, 1831, 
Mary Hayes, b. April 19, 1802, d. Sept. 20, 1836; m. (3) Nov. 19, 
1837, Amanda Hayes, who d. Sept. 30, 1894. 

Children. 

80. I. Almira9, b. March 6, 1826; d. Feb. 12, 1853; m. 

Jonathan Williams. 

81. II. Mary G.9, b. July 7, 1833 ; d. Sept. i, 1836. 

82. III. Lucy M.9, b. Aug. 29, 1834; m. Dec. 26, 1852, 

Aurelius B. Barber, and had: {\)Ella Z.'**, b. 
July 7, 1856. (2) Herbert E.'°, b. April i, 
1865. 

83. IV. Alfred9, b. April 20, 1836 ; ) . ( d. Aug. 15, 1836. 

84. V. Alma9, b. April 20, 1836 ; j ^^ "^ ( d. ; m. 

Turner. 

85. *VI. Alfred Riley9, b. May i, 1839, in Vernon, Ct. 

86. *VII. Daniel Wm.9, b. Nov. 12, 1841, in Vernon, CL 



158 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

87. VII]. Estelle Amanda'', b. Oct. 2, 1849, in East Windsor, 

Ct. ; m. Nov. 25, 1869, Henry William Barrows, 
b. in Manchester, Ct., where they now reside. 
They had two children, b. in Manchester : ( i ) 
Jlany Mannn^^, b. Jan. 25, 187 1 ; m. (i) Dec. 
6, 1893, Ida G. Grant of Broad Brook, Ct., who 
d. June 24, 1S95, leaving one child, Irene Mildred 
Barrows", b. March 21, 1895; m. (2) Nov. 6, 
1899, Kffie V. Haley. (2) Hattie Estelle''', b. 
May 21, 1872; m. Nov. 7, 1894, George William 
Kuhney. 

if). RiLF.v'* Fuller, {Daiiien,/ehiel^, Thomas^, 7ho)nas^,John^, 
Sai>iiui\ EdK'anl^), b. Jan. 6, 180S, probably in Vernon, Ct. ; d. 
Jvily 8, 1831 ; m. Clarissa Fairman, who d. July 3, 1885. 

Children. 

88. I. Lizzie M.9, b. ; d. Apr. 25, 1866, ae. 34. 

49. Matthew Smtjh"^ Fuller, {IradT,Jehiel^, Tho>nas^, Thomas^, 
John^, Samuel^, Rdicani'^, b. Sept. 20, 1792, at Vernon, Ct. ; d. 

there July 9, 1869; m. (i) March 12, 1814, Fanny Cook of East 
Haddam, who d. April 11, 1861, ae. 67; m. (2) Oct. 7, 1862, 
Clarissa (Fairman) Fuller, widow of Riley Fuller; she d. July 3, 
1 885, ae. 76, dau. of Jonathan and Elizabeth (Turner) Fairman of 
Hartford, Ct. He was a private in William Palmer's company, War 
of 1812. 

50. WiLLARD*^ Fuller, {^ItadT,Jehiel^, Thomas^, Thomas^, Jo hn^, 
Sainiiel^, EdKHinl'), b. Sept. 23, 1794, at Vernon, Ct. ; d. there 
Sept. 4, 1851 ; m. Apr. 12, 1826, Debora Moore, b. Jan. 8, 1806, 
who d. June 4, 1854, ae. 49, dau. of James and Amy (Arnold) 
Moore of Tolland, Ct. 

Children. 

Charles^, b. 1826 ; d. Nov. 29, 1829, ae. 3. 
James", b. 1829 ; d. Dec. 2, 1829, ae. 6 mos. 

Infant'?, b. ; d. April 16, 1831. 

A daughter^ b. . 

Charles W.*?, b. about 1837. 
Edmund'?, b. about 1843. 
Irad'>, b. . 

51. Jehiel^ Fuit.er. {IradT,Jehiel^, Ihomas^, Ihomas^, Johni, 



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Samuel^, Edward^), b. June ii, 1796, in Vernon, Ct. ; d. April 24, 
1851, ae. 55 ; m. Elizabeth Coming. 
Children. 

96. I. James M.9, b. in Windsor, Ct. ; d. Nov. 17, 1S97, 

ae. 72, in Springfield, Mass. 

97. II. Henry J.9, b. 1830; d. Dec. 16, 1839, ae. 9 yrs. 

98. III. Jerome B.9, b. ; m. Sept. 23, 1S59, .Augusta 

E. Bidwell of Lee, Mass. (Ludlow, Mass., Records.) 

99. IV. J. Cordelia9, b. in Vernon, Ct., 1833; d. Sept. 21, 

1877, in Springfield, Mass., ae. 44 years. 
100. V. Rose L.9, b. in Rockville, Ct. ; m. Oct. 17, 1864, in 

Springfield, Mass., Andrew Hyde, b. in South 
Lee, Mass. 

53. ASA^ Fuller, {IradT, Jehiel^y Thomas^, Thomas^, John\ 
Samuel^, Edward'), b. April 23, 1801, at Vernon, Ct.; d. Nov. 10, 
1872; m. May 30, 1829, Keturah Chapman, b. Mar. 31, 1S04, d. 
May 5, 1885, dau. of Abel and Lucy (Tennant) Chapman of Glas- 
tonbury, Ct. ' 

Children. 
loi. I. Harriet9, b. April 21, 1832. 

102. II. Emma9, b. July 10, 1849; m. (i) Charles H. 

Bissell of South Windsor, Ct.; m. (2) John 
Fairman. No children. 

55. John Ransom^ Fuller, {Ra'iloT, Oliver^', Thomas^, Thomas^, 
Johiii, Samuel^, Edward'), b. Feb. 13, 1792, at Kent, Ct.; d. Nov. 
16, 1866; m. Dec. I, 1817, Amelia St. John of Kent, b. Oct. 2, 
1797, d. Aug. 9, 1869. 

He was a land surveyor and farmer in Kent. Both were members 
of the Congregational church at Kent. 

Children, born at Kent, Ct. 

103. *I. John Ransom9, b. Oct. 7, 181 9. 

104. tn. Jessie S.9, b. Nov. 6, 1820; d. Mar. 3, 1S47 ; m. 

May 16, 1844, Catherine Beecher. 

105. *III. David N.9, b. May 24, 1823. 

io6. IV. Ann Rebecca9, b. Jan. 24, 1825 ; m. Feb. 14, 1S56, 

John F. Roe of Honesdale, Pa.; she was his 
second wife. Child : {\) John Fulkr'°y b. April 
I, 1862. 

107. *V. Luther 0.9, b. Oct. 6, 1827. 

108. VI. Maria Louisa9, b. Jan. 12, 1831 ; m. Sept. 17, 1857, 

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possession a carved oak chest which came over 
on the Mayflower with Edward Fuller and has 
been kept in this branch of the family. Children : 
(i) Louis /^.'°, b. Nov. i6, 1852. (2) Clarence 
F.'°, b. June 24, 1857. (3) IVillie Cra7uford'°, 
b. Oct. 14, 1862. (4) Ed7c>in Wmthrop'^, b. 
Dec. 19, 1864; d. Dec. 12, 1885. 
109. VII. Lavinia B.^ b. Jan. 17, 1837; m. Oct. 18, 1865, 

Dea. Ashbel Fuller of Kent. She was his third 

wife. Children: {\) Benjamin^°,h. ; d. 

young. (2) Edivard Payson'°, b. Oct. 6, 1867. 
(3) Margaret Louise'°y b. April 4, 1877. 

56. Amzi^ Fuller, {ReviloT, Olhe/", Thomas'^, Thomas^, John'i, 
Samtu'I\ Edward'), b. Oct. 19, 1793, at Kent, Ct. ; m. Feb. 10, 
1818, Maria Mills of Kent; d. Sept. 20, 1847, in the old homestead 
while on a visit there in his 54th year. 

He obtained a knowledge of Latin at the school of Daniel Parker 
in Sharon, Ct. ; taught school six months in 1814 in Bethany, Pa. 
Went to Milford, Pa., in 1815, and studied law. Located at 
Bethany, Pa., and was admitted to the bar Aug. 25, 1816. Removed 
to Wilkesbarre. 

Child. 
no. *I. Henry Mills'?, b. June 13, 1820. 

58. Jonathan Giudings'^ Fuller, {Revilo^, Olivet, Thomas^, 
Thoina.^, John^, Sami/ci\ Edward'), b. July 6, 1798, at Kent, Ct. ; 
m. Catherine Panborn of New York. 

He left his home in New York about two years after his marriage, 
expecting to be absent a brief time, but was never heard from 
thereafter. 

Child. 
III. 1. Louise^, b. . She married and had children. 

61. Thomas^ Fuller, {^Rexnlo^, Oliver^, Thomas'^, Thomas^, 
Johni, Samuel^, Edward'), b. Feb. 26, 1804, at Kent, Ct. ; d. iu 
Honesdale, Pa., Dec. 16, 1843; m. Sept. 10, 1829, Caroline Nichols 
of New York, who d. in Bethany, Pa., March 24, 1830. He m. (2) 
Oct. 31, 1 83 1, Martha Robbins of New York, who d. Oct. 17, 1864, 
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Children. 

112. I. Mary Robbins9, b. May 14, 1834; m. April 21, 

1856, Dr. Ralph L. Briggs of Honesdale, Pa.; 
he d. Dec. 5, 1863, in his 38th year. Children: 
(i) William Fuller''', b. Aug. 29, 1858. (2) 
Clara Jones'^, b. Feb. 23, i860; d. Sept. 26, 
1861. (3) Martha Robbiiis"^, b. Nov. 30, 1863. 

113. til. William Jones, b. Nov. 27, 1836. 

62. Revilo^ Fuller, {Rcviloi, Olivet^, Thomas^, Thomas^ y 
Johnny Samuel^, Edward'), b. Aug. 3, 1806, at Kent, Ct. ; d. April 
18, 1870; m. Caroline E. Hungerford, b. 1807, dau. of Beach and 
Rebecca (Baldwin) Hungerford, who d. in 1859; ra. (2) about 
i860, Ruth E. Denis of Albine, N. Y. ; she m. (2) William Caniield 
of New Milford, Ct. 

Revilo was Justice of Peace, Town Clerk and Treasurer, member 
of Legislature 1850, Judge of Probate 1858, and Postmaster. He 
was a man of stalwart form and fine appearance, pleasing in his 
intercourse with others, and exerted great influence in the 
community. 

Children, born at Sherman, Ct. 

114. $1. Oliver Franklin^, b. Oct. 19, 1829. 

115. n. Jane R.^, b. Nov. 4, 1831 ; m. Jan. 18, 1854, Rev. 

Edward J. Giddings at Great Barrington, Mass. 
Children: (i) Franklin H.'°, b. March 23, 
1855, at Sherman, Ct. (2) Ed7i>ard F.'°y b. 
May, 1859, at Eaton, N. Y. (3) Infanr'^^ b. 
Sept. 16, 1861 ; d. young at Eaton. (4) 
Caroline Z.'°, b. Dec. 2, 1862, at West Stock- 
bridge, Mass. (5) Charles'^, b. May 10, 1867, 
at Housatonic, Mass. 

66. Thomas Franklin^ Fuller, {Thomas^, Oliver^, Thomas^, 
Thomas^, John^, Samuel^, Ediuard'), b. Apr. 29, 1798, in Hartford, 
Ct. ; d. Feb. 2, 1848, in Bristol, Ct. ; m. Aug. 21, 1821, Lucy 
Winston, b. Sept. 28, 1800, in Bristol, d. there Oct. 5, 1893, dau. of 
John and Sarah (Bartholomew) Winston of Bristol. 

He was a manufacturer and a holder of considerable real estate. 
•He died Feb. 5, 1848, ae. 50 years. 

Children, bom in Bristol, Ct. 

1 16. I. Jane Elizabeth?, b. June 13, 1822 ; d. Aug. 26, 1S24. 



1 62 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

117. II. Oliver^, b. Jan. 27, 1825; d. Feb. 9, 1854, near 

Parawan, Utah. He went with Gen. John C. 
Fremont on his fifth expedition across the plains, 
as a civil engineer. The records of the church 
at Bristol have the following: "June 8, 1854. 
Bell rung for Oliver Fuller, who perished last 
winter upon the Rocky Mountains, aged 29." 
He was unmarried. 

118. III. Eliza Jane9, b. June 17, 1829; m. April 5, 1849, 

Wallace Barnes of Bristol, b. Dec. 25, 1827; d. 
Mch. 28, 1893. Mrs. Barnes d. Jan. i, 1903, at 
Bristol, Ct. Children: (i) Carlyle Fuller^'', b, 
Dec. II, 1852; m. Oct., 1885, Lena Forbes; 
they have two children : Fuller Forbes", and 
Henry Clark". (2) Harry lVard'°, b. Jan. 15, 
1855 ; m. Cordelia Newell; he d. Sept. 17, 1889, 
at Bristol, Ct., ae. 34 years, S months ; they had 
no children. (3) Edith Irnie'°, b. Jan. 15, 1855 ; 
m. Oct. 8, 1890, Wyllys C. Ladd of Bristol. 

119. IV. Mary Elcna^, b. Jan. 7, 1841 ; m. (i) April 26, 

1859, Horace B. Langdon ; m. (2) Woodbury L. 
Martin. Mrs. Martin resides in Bristol, Ct. No 
children. 



NINTH GENERATION. 

76. Theodore'? Fuller, (Se/den^, Jehiell, Jehiel^, Thomas^, 
Thomas^, JoJui^, Samuel\ Edward'), b. Nov. 15, 1821, in East 
Haddam; d. Feb. 14, 1904, in East Haddam, (Moodus) Ct., ae. 82 
years ; m. Sarah Rogers. 

Theodore Fuller, one of the oldest and most prosperous farmers 
of East Haddam, died at his home in that town, Sunday morning of 
paralysis and old age. His age was 82 years. He had lived all his 
life m the house in which he died. Mr. Fuller had been in failing 
health for about a year, but had been confined to his bed only one 
week. He was considered one of the shrewdest business men in 
town and for many years was a director of the Moodus Savings 
Bank, holding the position at the time of his death. In politics 
Mr. Fuller was a Democrat and for many years was a subscriber and 
great admirer of the Hartford Weekly Times. The funeral wiU be 
held at his late home on Tuesday at 2 p. m. 

—Hartford Weekly Times, Feb. 14, 1904. 

Child, b. in East Haddam. 

120. I. Julia'o, b. Nov. 8, i860; d. Aug. 25, 1880, ae. 

19 years; unm. 



THOMASS fuller's DESCENDANTS. 1 63 

68. Frederick9 Fuller, (Selderfi, JehieP^ Jehiel^^ Thomas^, 
Thofnas^f Johni, Samuel^, Edward\) b. May 24, 1825, in East 

Haddam ; d. ; m. Lilie of Ohio, who died many 

years ago. 

He went to Macon, Ga., where he was a lawyer, at the solicitation 
of his uncle, Hiram Cone. He was a Colonel in a Georgia 
(Confederate) regiment in the Civil War, and was shot dead while 
on horseback, in action. 

121. Their only child did not survive infancy. 

69. FRANas9 Fuller, {Selden^, JehieH, Jehiel^, Thomas^, 
Thomas^, Johri^, Samuel^ ^ Edward^), b. Aug. 12, 1827, at East 
Haddam ; m. Phoebe Griswold. Resided in East Haddam, Ct., and 
Unadilla, New York. A farmer. 

Child. 

122. I. Theodore'", b. in East Haddam; married. 

74. Addison9 Fuller, {Erastu^, Daniel T, Jehiel^^ TTioma^, 
Thofnas^y Jchn^^ Samuel^, Edward^), b. Dec. 31, 1826, in Vernon, 
Oneida Co., N. Y. ; d. May 31, 1906, in Rockville, Ct.; m. March 
20, 1849, Lydia Edwards of Prospect, N. Y. 

He was engaged in the carriage and sign painting business in 
Rockville for many years, and was a deacon and prominent member 
of the Union Congregational church. 

Children. 

123. I. Addison R.'°, b. Jan. 27, 1850; d. Jan. 23, 1884; 

m. Feb. 8, 1882, Emma Watts. 

124. t n. Andrew E.'°, b. Feb. 7, 1852. 

125. ni. Emma J.'°, b. May 8, 1854; m. (i) Jan. 7, 1876, 

Clarence M. Giles, who d. March, 1877 ; m. (2) 
March 6, 1901, Edson W. George. Resides at 
Wrentham, Mass. 

126. IV. Lydia A.'°, b. Oct. 5, 1856; m. Oct. 16, 1895, 

George M. Pease. Children: {\) Dorothy A.^*, 
b. Sept. 3, 1897, in Longmeado^it', Mass. Resides 
in Springfield, Mass. 
127; *V. Luther H.«», b. Dec. 20, 1858. 

128. VL Charles H.'°, b. July 24, 1863. Resides in Chicago, 

111. Unmarried. 

129. VII. Abbie M.'°, b. May 9, 1866; m. July 23, 1890^ 

William E. Banta. 



164 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

85. Alfred Riley9 Fuller, {Marvin^, Danien,Jehiel^, Thomas^, 
Thomas^, John^, Samuel', Edward^), b. May i, 1839, in Vernon, 
Ct. ; d. June 7, 1907, in Newark, Ohio; m. Louisa Wetherell of 
Manchester, Ct. 

Children. 

130. I. . 

131. II. . 

132. III. . 

133. IV. . 

134. V. . 

86. Daniel VVilliam9 Fuller, {Mannn^, DanielT, Jehid^, 
Thomasi, Thomas^, John'!>, Satnuel^, Edward^), b. Nov. 12, 1841, 
in Vernon, Ct. ; m. Nov. 29, 1869, Mary E. Warren, who d. 
April 21, 1879, ae. 29. He residci in California. They had no 
children. 

93. Charles W.9 Fuller, ( IVii/ard^, IradT, Jehiel^, Thomas^, 
Thomas^, John\ Samuel^, Ed^vard^), b. about 1837, in Vernon, Ct. ; 

m. (i) Maria E. , who d. Nov. 2, 1882, ae. 47 yrs. ; m. (2) 

June 17, 1885, at Westfield, Mass., Hattie M. Noble, b. at New 
Haven, Ct. 

Children, b. in Westfield, Mass. 

135. 1. Joseph Irad'°, b. March 19, 1886. 

94. EDMUND9 Fuller, {JVii/ard^, Jradl, Jehiel^, Thomas^, 
Thomas^, Johti^, Samuel^ Edward^), b. about 1843, in Vernon, Ct. ; 
d. Feb. 20, 1893, in Westfield, Mass.; m. Feb. 27, 1868, in Spring- 
field, Mass., Martha A. Bennett. 

95. Irad9 Fuller, {IViliard^, IradT,Jehiel^, Thomas^, Thomas^^ 
John'!', Samuel^, Edward^), b. in Vernon, Ct. ; d. Feb. 22, 1908, ae. 
67 years, in Philadeli)hia, Pa. ; was buried in New Haven, Ct. 

Mr. Fuller resided in Westfield, Mass., for a number of years,- 
where he was employed as an accountant in the office of the H. B. 
Smith Co. He removed to Philadelphia to take charge of a branch 
office of that concern. He left a widow. 

103. John Ransom^ Fuller, {John R.^, RrviloT, Oliver^, 
Thomas^, Thomas^, John^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. Oct. 7, 18 19, at 
Kent, Ct. ; m. Nov. 29, 1844, Fanny Pee', who d. Dec. 18, i88i. 



THOMASS fuller's DESCENDANTS. 165 

Child. 

136. I. Francis'", b. about 1846. 

104. Jesse S.9 Fuller, {John Ransom^, RcinloJ, Oliver^, Thomas^, 
Thomas^, Johri^y Samuel*, Edward^^, b. Nov. 6, 1820; d. March 3, 
1847 ; m. May 16, 1844, Catherine Beecher. 

105. David Northrup9 Fuller, {John R.^, Revilof, Oliver**^ 
Thomas'^, Thomas^, John^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. May 24, 1823, at 
Kent, Ct. ; m. Oct. 18, 1849, Caroline, dau. of Samuel Giddings, 
who was b. Jan. 22, 1823. 

Dec. I, 1870, David removed from Kent and lived at Great 
Barrington, Mass. Later he lived in Canaan, Ct., removing thither 
March i, 1875. 

Children, b. at Kent, Ct. 

137. I. Lydia Amelia'°, b. Nov. 15, 1851. 

138. til. George Samuel'°, b. Jan. 13, 1856. 

139. III. Robert Torrey'°, b. April 24, 1859. 

107. Luther 0.9 Fuller, {John R.^, ReviloT, Olhrt^^ 
Thomas^, Thomas^, Johri^, Samuel*, Ed^oard^), b. Oct. 26, 1827, 
at Kent, Ct. j m. Dec. 13, 1855, Sarah Kingsley of Hartford, Pa. 

Luther removed from Kent to Bethany, Pa., and thence to 
Vineland, N. J., where he died Feb. 12, 1874. 

Child. 
139^. I. Harriet'", b. Dec. 14, 1868. 

110. Henry Mills9 Fuller, {Amzi^, ReviloT, Oliver^, Thomas^, 
Thomas^, Johri^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. June 13, 1820, at Bethany, 
Pa.; d. Dec. 26, i860; m. Sept. 18, 1843, Harriet J. Thorp of 
Wilkesbarre, Pa. 

Henry Mills Fuller graduated at Princeton College in 1838. 
Commenced reading law with his father, but soon returned to 
Wilkesbarre and was admitted to practice in 1840. He was twice 
elected to the Legislature and twice Representative to Congress. 
Removed to Philadelphia in 1856, where he died. 

Children. 

140. 1. Maria Mills'", b. Dec. 20, 1844, at Wilkesbarre, 

Pa.; m. Dec. 15, 1873, Charles E. Rice of 



1 66 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Wilkesbarre. He was judge in Luzerne Co. 
Children, born at Wilkesbarre : (i) Charles E.", 
b. Oct. i 1874. (2) Henry M. Fuller'', b. Oct. 
13, 1876; d. Nov. 22, 1876. (3) Phillip 
Sanborn'', b. June 22, 1878. 

141. II. Emily Lindsay'", b. March 23, 1847, at Wilkes- 

barre, Pa.; m. May 8, 1874, George Reynolds 
Bedford of Wilkesbarre, b. Nov. 22, 1840, son of 
Dr. A. Bedford, who m. Hannah, dau. of 
Benjamin Reynolds and Lydia Fuller. He was 
a lawyer by profession. Children: (i) Paul", 
b. June 24, 1875. (2) Bruce", b. Nov. 26, 
1876. 

142. III. Harriet May'°, b. Feb. 22, 1850. 

143. IV. Grace Goodwin'", b. April 7, 1853 ; m. Benjamin 

Reynolds. 

144. tV. Henry Amzi'°,b. Jan. 15, 1855. 

145. VI. John Torrey'°, b. March 31, 1856; d. Jan. 22, 

1880. 

146. VII. Edith'°, b. April 14, 1858. 



113. William Jones9 Fuller, {Thoma^, ReviloT, Oliver^, 
Thomas^, Thomas^, John^, Samuel*, Edward'), b. Nov. 27, 1836; 
m. June 17, 1864, Susan A. Mcintosh of Honesdale, Pa. 

Children, born at Honesdale, Pa. 
146J. I. Clara Robbins'°, b. June 17, 1865. 

147. II. Thomas McIntosh'°, b. Aug. 17, 1868. 

114. Oliver Franklin9 Fuller, {Rcvilo^, ReviloT, Oliver^, 
Thomas^, Thomas^, John^, Samuel*, Edward'), b. Oct. 19, 1829, at 
Sherman, Ct. Oliver lived at home to the age of 15, when he went 
to Peekskill. He married there Nov. 9, 1859, Phoebe Ann Shipley, 
dau. of Morris and Susan M. Shipley. He went from Peekskill to 
Chicago, where he now resides ; is a member of the Fuller & Fuller 
Co., wholesale druggists. 

Children, born at Peekskill, N. Y. 

148. I. Henry M.'°, b. July 27, 1861. 

149. II. Frank R.'°, b. June 19, 1863; m. and had son, 

Roswell, b. Dec. 16, 1894. (N. F. MSS.) 

150. III. Charles'", b. Aug. 12, 1868; m. and had son, 

Revilo F., b. Dec. 13, 1893. (N. F. MSS.) 

151. IV. George S., b. Nov. 26, 1870; d. Feb. 25, 1875. 



THOMASS fuller's DESCENDANTS. 167 

TENTH GENERATION. 

124. Andrew E.'° Fuller, {Addisotfi, Erastufi, Danien^JehieP*, 
Thomas^, Thomas^, John^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Feb. 7, 1852; 
m. Jeanette Jack. Resides in Chicago, 111. 

Children. 

152. I. Frances Lydia", b. April 23, 1895. 

153. II. Warren E.", b. . 



127. Luther H.'° Fuller, {Addisorfi, Erastu^, Daniel, Jehiel^, 
Thomas^, Thomas^, John^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Dec. 20, 1858; 
m. Oct. 16, 1895, Daisy Dorr Sanderson. They reside in Rockville, 
Ct. 

Children. 
154. I. Gertrude", b. Oct. 17, 1896. 



138. George Samuel'" Fuller, {David N.^, John R.^, jRerildJ, 
Oliver^, Thomas^, Thomas^, John^, Samuel^, Ed^vard^), b. Jan. 13, 
1856, in Kent, Ct. ; m. Sept. 27, 1882, at Salisbury, Ct., Hattie 
Allyn, b. Nov. 7, 1859, in Dutchess Co., N. Y., d. Jan. 5, 1897, at 
Canaan, Ct., dau. of Dwight and Pamela (Knibloe) Allyn of Salis- 
bury, Ct. 

Mr. Fuller is a merchant at Canaan, Ct. He has been selectman 
of North Canaan four years, one year town clerk, and for ten years 
trustee of the Pilgrim Congregational church of Canaan. 

Children, born in Canaan. 

155. I. Carre Allyn", b. May 3, 1886. 

156. II. Allyn", b. April 8, 1889. 

157. III, John Ransom", b. Aug. 21, 1895. 

144. Henry Amzi'° Fuller, {Henry M.^, Amzi^, Revilot, Oliver**, 
Thomas^, Thomas^, John^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. Jan. 15, 1855, at 
Wilkesbarre, Pa.; m. Nov. 20, 1879, Ruth Parish. 

Children, born at Wilkesbarre. 

158. I. John Torrey" (or Torry), b. Nov. 8, 1880. 

159. II. Esther", b. . 

160. III. Henry M.", b. . 

161. IV. Charles P.", b. . 



1 68 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

TWELFTH GROUP. 

Firm GENERATION. 

53. Nathans Fuller, {Thomas^, John^, Samuel^, Edward^), 

b. April 20, 1719, in East Haddam, Ct. ; d. ; m. (i) 

Abigail , who d. about 1750, for Sept. 7, 1756, Nathan Fuller 

was appointed guardian to the seven oldest children named below ; 

A Middletown deed shows that he was son of Thomas'^, and lived 
in Middletown near the Haddam line and the falls of Pocotapaugh 
stream in Middle Haddam parish. 

Children, b. in Middletown. 

1. I. Nathan'', b. Oct. 23, 1740. 

2. n. Eunice^ b. March 29, 1742 ; m. Feb., 1774, Joshua 

Gates of East Haddam. (?) 

3. HI. Abigail", b. April 9, 1744. 

4. IV. Elizabeth", b. March 25, 1746; m. Oct. 24, 1765, 

Asa Daniels of Middle Haddam. (?) 

5. V. Sarah", b. June 14, 1747 ; m. Amasa Ackley. (?) 

6. VI. Israel", b. "March 8, 1749. 

7. VII. Elihu", b. Aug. II, 1750. I 

Children, by second wife. ^•' £ •^^ ^ r ^': '^V W £■ \a/,^ f- a^'. 1 h o 5. 

8. VIH. Martha", bapt. Oct. 13, 1754. ^'''^^u^iZr.UvL 

9. IX. Hannah", bapt. June 6, 1756. 
10. X. Mercy", bapt. Oct. 31, 1762. 

THIRTEENTH GROUP. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

55. JahezS Fuller, {T/iomas^^, Johni, Saviuel^, Edward^), b. 
Feb. 19, 1722; d. 1757-8, in East Haddam; m. Oct. 10, 1754, 
Lois Hubbard of Middle Haddam, b. Dec. 13, 1730, in Middletown, 
d. May 29, 1792, in East Haddam, as wife of David^ Fuller, dau. of 
John Jr. and Lois (Clark) Hubbard of Middletown. He lived in 
East Haddam on the place inherited by his dau. Diademia, and sold 
in 1793 ^o Jabez Fuller, the son of his widow, by her second 
husband, and by Jabez Fuller bequeathed to his son Jabez Hubbard 
Fuller, who d. in 1870. The estate of Jonathan Fuller was dis- 
tributed April II, 1758, to heirs of Jabez, heirs Ebenezer of Hebron, 
deceased, and to Thomas and Nathan Fuller, and Hannah Church, 



JOHNS fuller's descendants. 169 

and Elizabeth Church. (Colchester Probate Records, Vol. iii, 
p. 10.) 

Children, born in East Haddam. 

1. I. Diademia"^, bapt. April 25, 1756; ni. Ezra Hubbard, 

and was living at Providence, R. I., in 1793. 

2. II. Beulah^, bapt. June 12, 1757 ; d. young. 

FOURTEENTH GROUP. 
FIFTH GENERATION. 

58. Johns Fuller, {Samuel'^, John^, Samuel^, Ethuard*)^ b. 
Nov. 3, 1704, in Colchester, Conn. ; d. ; m. . 

The records at Sharon, Ct., show that SamueH Fuller of Colchester 
had a son John, who lived (or at least owned land) in Sharon in 
1741-1755, and that after that he lived in Wethersfield, Ct. But the 
Wethersfield land records do not appear to contain his name. It 
may be that his residence was but temporary, and he may be the 
same John Fuller who lived in F^armington, Ct., in 1763 and later. 

Children. 

I. tl. Asa*^, bapt. Oct. 28, 1733, at Colchester. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

I. ASA*^ F'uLLER, {John^, Sa//iuc'/^, /o/ini, Samiiel*y Edxuard^)^ 
bapt. Oct. 28, 1733, at Colchester, Ct. ; supposed to be the Asa 
who, according to Middletown, Ct., Records, m. Mary Goodwin Oct. 
17, 1762, and who d. Aug. 30, 181 1, in Rome, N. Y. 
Children, born in Middletown. 

Jesse?, b. July 6, 1763 ; d. Sept. 21, 1763. 
Samuel7, b. Oct. 12, 1764. 
AmasaV, b. Nov. i, 1766; d. Nov. 28, 1766. 
Mary7, b. Dec. 28, 1767 ; m. Oct. 5, 1799, Thomas 
Starr, b. Oct. 21, 1763, in Middletown, Ct, son 
of Capt. Daniel Starr, d. in Lee Centre, Oneida 
Co., N. Y., Sept. 18, 1834. (Starr Fam. 
Genealogy). 

6. V. Anna7, b. Jan. 26, 1769; d. ; m. 

Arulius. 
Charles', b. July 29, 1772 ; d. Aug. 8, 1772, 
Charles', b. April 10, 1773. 
Stephen?, b. March 6, 1775. 
Sarah', b. Feb. 3, 1779. 



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170 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

SEVENTH GENEFIATION. 

7. Charles7 Fuller, (As(/\ John'i, Samuel\ JoJin^, Samuel^, 
E(l7c<ar(P), b. April 10, 1773 ; d. Aug. 26, 1853, at Wheeling, 111.; 
m. July 6, 1803, Philinda Welles, b. July 30, 1787, d. May 11, 1847, 
at Rome, N. Y. Resided at Lee, N. Y., and Rome, N. Y. Mr. 
Fuller was a contractor, employed in construction of the Erie 
canal. 

Children, born at Rome, N. Y., except the first, born at Lee, N.Y. 

11. L Zenana^ b. Oct. II, 1804 ; d. June 15, 1807. 

12. n. Maria^ b. Aug. 19, 1807; d. Feb. 27, 1862; m. 

John Lacey of Chicago. 

13. $in. Samuel^, b. July 9, 1809. 

14. ilV. Charles^ b. Aug. 30, 1811. 

15. V. Mary^ b. May 28, 1813; d. Jan. 27, 1897; m. 

Amos Matteson of Rome, N. Y. 

16. VL Asa S.^ b. May 30, 1815 ; d. June 7, 1815. 

17. tVn. Reuben W.s, b. June 20, 1816. 

18. tVIIL Stephen^, b. Oct. 19, 1818. 

19. tlX. Chauncey L.s, b. June 13, 1820. 

20. X. Frances H.^ b. June 15, 1824; d. April 22, 1868; 

m. Jesse Matteson and children are: (i) 
Chaunccyy of Weehawken, N. J., and (2) Mrs. 
Clara Af.'> Stover of Los Angeles, Cal. 

21. XL Hannah O.^, b. Sept. 19, 1827; d. Sept. 26, [827. 

9. Stephen? Fuller, {Asa^, John^, Samuel^, Johtii, Samuel*, 
Edward'), b. March 6, 1775 ; d. March 18, 1823, in Rome, N. Y. ; 
m. about 181 2, Catherine Thompson, b. July 23, 1891, d. May 22, 
1823. 

Children, all born in Honesdale, Pa. 

22. L Mary^, b. Dec. 2, 1S12 ; d. April, 1887 ; unmarried. 

23. *n. Asa C.s, b. Sept. 6, 1 81 4. 

34. IIL Sophia^, b. June 5, 1816; d. Feb. 14, 1884, in 

Vernon Center, N. Y. ; m. , John Churton 

and had: (i) Catherine S.9, b. Jan. i, 1846, in 
Rome, N. Y. ; m. Richard H. Downing and 
resides in Hermiston, Oregon. (2) Edward 
Oakly), of La Delle, Spink Co., S. D. (3) Mary 
Elizabeth'), b. Nov. 3, 1849. (4) John Richard^, 
b. Feb. 28, 1854 ; d. April 5, 1866. (5) Wiliard 
F.9, b. ; of Brooklyn, N. Y. 

25. IV. Hannahs, 5. Aug. 5, 18 18; d. Nov. 8, 1871; 

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JOHNS fuller's DESCENDAI^TS. 17I 

26. V. Philinda^, b. SejJt. 9, 1820; d. , at Fort 

Atchinson, Wis. ; m. Gerow. Had no 

children. 

27. VI. Infant**, b. May 22, 1823; d. young. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 

13. Samuel^ Fuller, ( Charles^, Asa^, John^, Samuel^, Johni^ 
Samuel^, Edward^), b. July 9, 1809; d. Aug. 8, 1856; ni. Polly 
Ann Matteson. 

14. Charles^ Fuller, {CharksT, As(/\ John^, Samuel*, Johni, 
Samuel^, Edward^) , b. Aug. 30, 181 1 ; d. April 24, 1862, at Rome, 
N. Y. ; m. Aliva Cole of New Marlboro, Mass., b. Aug. 9, 1813, d. 
April 27, 1897. Mr. Fuller studied medicine, but engaged in 
mercantile business. 

Children, bom at Rome, N. Y. 

28. I. Jane Sophia,9 b. July 11, 1835 ; m. Aug. 24, 1858, 

George Barnard Jr., who d. Jan. 29, 1896, at 
Rome, N. Y. Their four children were bom in 
Rome, N. Y. : (i) Charles Fuller''',^. Dec. 11, 
1859; d. Oct. 27, 1905, at Rome, N. Y. m. 
Nov. 21, 1889, Anna May Aldridge and had 
seven children, all born in Rome, N. Y. : George 
Aldridge", b. Sept. 28, 1890; Dean Stanton", b. 
Aug. 20, 1892; Bradley Cutting", b. Oct. 11, 
1894; Julia Fuller", b, Jan. 13, 1897; Thomas 
Holden", b. April 14, 1899; Donald Cole", b. 
March 12, 1901 ; and Edward Frederick", b. May 
13, 1903. (2) James El7i>ell^°, b. Feb. 26, 1862 ; 
m. Dec. 10, 1 89 1, Emma Elizabeth White and 
had four children, all b. in Rome, N. Y. : 
Beatrice", b. June 5, 1893; Henrietta", b. June 
3, 1895 ; Kathleen", b. Nov. 18, 1896, and 
James Dudley", b. May 19, 1902. (3) Frederick 
Mudge^°, b. Oct. 23, 1863 ; m. Jan. 2, 1896, 
Jessie Clark Ross and has three children, all b. 
in Rome, N. Y. : Fred Mudge Jr.", b. Oct. 21, 
1897; Jessie Christine", b. Jan. 7, 1905; and 
Hugh Ross", b. Sept. 5, 1907. (4) Harry 
Cole^°, b. Aug. 17, 1866; d. April 29, 1871, in 
Rome, N. Y. 

29. ^H, Arthur*, b. Nov. 24, 1837. 



172 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

30. III. Julia"', 1). Oct. 16, 1849; m. Oct. 16, 1873, Erwin 

C. Carpenter, b. Oct. 7, 1S46. They reside in 
Rome, N. Y. Their son, Arthur JI'.'", b. Aug. i, 
1S74, m. Oct. 8, 1902, Grace Van Wagenin, b. 
Feb. 26, 1880. ^e 

17. Rkudkn Wei.ls^ Fuller, ( Charles^, Asa^\ John^, Samuel^, 
Jo/iii^, Samud^, Eihcan/^), b. June 20, 1816, at Rome, N. Y. ; d. 
April 21, 1876, at I'.ldorado Canyon, Arizona; m. Semiramis Matte- 
son at Rome, N. Y., April 25, 1845, b. Sept. 25, 1821, at Rome, 
N. Y., d. Feb. I, 1901, dau. of Silas and Hannah (Cogswell) 
Matteson. 

Children, all born in Rome, N. Y. 

31. I. Russell", b. March 6, 1846. Is a journalist, residing 

in Silverton, Col. He served in the Civil War 
from Aug., 1862, to Aug., 1865. 

32. II. Mary A.*?, b. July 12, 1848. Resi' o at Rome, N. Y. 

18. Stephen^ Fuller, {CharksT, Asaf\ John^, yamuel^, Johti^, 
Samuel^, Edicard^), b. Oct. 19, 18 18; d. Octl 13, 1852 ; m. Maria 
Wentworth. 

19. Chauncev L.^ Fuller, {CharicsT, Asa^, John^, Samueh, 
John^, Samuel^, EihiHird^)^ b. June 13, 1820; d. Sept. 30, 1859; 

m. Martha Strong. 

23. Asa C.** Fuller, {SfephcnT, Asa^, John^, Samuch, John^, 
Samuel^ Ediuani'), b. Sept. 6, 1814, n Honesdale, Pa.; d. in 
Webster, Kansas; m. . 

Children, an only son. 

33. I. William S.9, b. ; m. and " hath four children 

or more," some of them married. Supposed to 
be living in Kansas. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

29. Arthur^ Fuller, ( Charie^, CharlcsT, Ascfi, John^, Samuel^, 
Johni, Samuel^, Etijoard'), b. Nov. 24, 1837; d. Sept. 28, 1879; 
m. Oct. 24, 1877, Ella Lamphere, in Rome, N. Y. 
Children. 

34. I. Crosby'", b. Sept. 3, 1878; d. Dec. 24, 1886. 



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FIFTEENTH GROUP. 
FIFTH GENERATION. 

59. Samuels Fuller, {Samuch, Jo/mi, Samuel*, Edtuani^,') b. 
Aug. 31, 1706, at Colchester, Ct. ; d. there May 28, 1757, " ae. 
about 55" according to the Church records; m. about 1726, 

Patience ; after his death she m. (2) Chamberlain, 

before 1763. 

He is called Samuel Fuller Jr. In his will, dated May 28, 1757, 
he mentions Widow Patience, son Ezekiel and daughters Lucy and 
Hannah. In October, 1763, Hannah, wife of David Daniels, and 
Elizabeth M. Williams were the only survivors. The estate was 
insolvent. 
Children. 

I. I. Lucy'', b. 1727; d. June 14, 1757, aged 30 years; 
m. June 11, 1752, Isaac Williams, by whom she 
nad : Elizabeth Margery^, bapt. Jan. 9, 1757; 
j^ :• she m. May 3, 1770, Frederick Smith of Col- 
chester, and removed to Stafford, Orani^e Co., 
Vt. Mrs. Lucy Williams m. (2) Dec. 16, 1756, 
David Fuller " of the Marsh." Davids, Edward-*, 
John3, SamueP, Edward'. 
Dinah'', b. 1729 ; d. June 7, 1745, ae. 17 years. 
Samuel'', b. 1730; d. May 11, 1757, ae. 21 years. 
Ezekiel'' '). 1741 ; d. June 11, 1757, ae. 16 years- 
Hannah", b. ; m. April 6, 1752, David 

Darnels of Colchester. 

SIXiEENTH GROUP. 
FIFTH GENERATION. 

60. MosEsS Fuller, {Samuel'^, John^, Sa/nuel*, Edward^), b. 
Jan. 30, 1708-9, in Colqhester ; d. May 15, 1759, at Colchester; m. 
Rebecca Brown. They were members of the church in Westchester 
Society in 1740, or earlier. Had previously belonged to Colchester 
First Society. 

Children, recorded at Colchester. 

1. I. Rebecca'', b. Aug. 7, 1737 ; m. Dec. 27, 1766, John 

jordan of Woodbury. 

2. li. A child'^, bapt. Nov. 11, 1739; d. young. 

3. till. Moses^, b. June 6, 1740. 



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3. MosF^'' Fuller, {A/oscs^, SainuehyJohnT>, Samuel^, Edward^), 
b. June 6, 1740, in Colchester, Ct. ; d. 1816; m. (i) April 11, 

1768, Ruth Grover, b. , d. March 10, 1782 ; m. (2) Dec. 12, 

1782, Susannah Taylor, b. 1757, d. Feb. 23, 1845, aged 88 years, 
and was buried at Middle llaildam, Ct. 

Children, born in Colchester. 

John", b. June 3, 1770. 

Solomon?, b. Sept. 5, 1771. 

Ruth', b. Dec. 22, 1772. 

Samuel', b. Oct. 3, 1774. 

Mary7, b. July 18, 1776. 

Joseph', b. Feb. 15, 1779. 

Elkanahv, b. July 22, 1783. 

Susannah', b. Nov. 3, 1784 ; m. Eleazer Talhnan, a 
native of Rhode Island, probably son of Capt. 
Thomas Tallman of Providence. Children (i) 
//;///.;• s. (2) Emilf. (3) Adigail^. (4) 
Thomas^. (5) Susan^ ; she d. Aug. 4, 1853, and 
was buried at Middle Haddam. Eleazer Tallman, 
b, Oct. 12, 1774, in Providence, R. I., came to 
Middle lladdam in 1800; m. Susannah Fuller of 
Colchester in 1805, and d. March 17, 1852. 
They had six children, among them two sons, 
Walter and Thomas. Thomas Tallman, b. June 
12, 1S15, graduated from Yale College in 1837 
and from Vale Theological Seminary in 1840. 
He was ordained and installed pastor of the 
Congregational church in Scotland, Ct., May 20, 
1S44, whence he was dismissed June 26, 1861. 
He was in charge of the Congregational church 
of (Iroton from 1861 to 1863, and in 1864 
removed to Thompson, Ct., and confined his 
labors to supplying vacant pulpits. He took 
charge of the Congregational church of East 
Putnam from April, 1868, to Nov., 1869, which 
was his last charge. He d. Oct. 9, 1872. (Beer's 
Middlesex Co. Ct.) 

Charlotte?, b. ■ . 

Asahel?, b. . 

Prudence?, b. ; m. 182 1, Hiram Taylor. 

It is traditional that there were 16 children in this family. A 
letter addressed to John Fuller, Charlemont, Mass., dated Colches- 
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" Dear Brother " and mentions " Brother Asahel," and that "Sister 
Susan " had lost her oldest daughter Emily. Another letter, with 
same address, dated Colchester, June 23, 1821, signed " Elkanah 
Fuller," addressed " Dear Brother," inquires where Solomon, Samuel 
and Joseph are, and states that Prudence married Hiram Taylor last 
winter ; also speaks of Asahel. 

Two other letters addressed to John Fuller, Charlemont, Mass., 
dated at Ogdensburg, N. Y., Jan., 181 6, and Mar., 181 7, one signed 
" Samuel Fuller," and the other " Samuel Fuller and Phebe S. 
Fuller," addressing him as " Dear Brother," mentions in the first, 
Joseph and Solomon, and states he (Samuel) has three girls and 
three boys, and in the second, that John's last letter received in 
February brought the news of " our father's death." 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

4. John? Fuller, {Mose^, Moses^, Samuel^, Johti^, Samuel'^ 
Edjvard^), b. June 3, 1770, in Colchester, Ct., d. Jan. 8, 1851, in 
Charlemont, Mass., ae. 80 years. He m. Dec. 3, 1797, Huldah 
Rice, who d. Oct. 12, 1849, in 83d year, at Charlemont, dau. of 
Sylvanus and Esther (Nims) Rice. 

John P'uller came to Charlemont when a boy, as an apprentice to 
a blacksmith, and continued to live there and work at his trade until 
his death. 

Children, born in Charlemont, Mass. 

15. I. Dolly^, b. Aug. 9, 1798 ; d. 1848, in Erie Co., Pa.; 

m. Oct. 28, 1816, Briggs Stetson, and resided in 
Perry, Genessee Co., N. Y. 
Elizabeth^, b. Oct. 2, 1799; d. Jan. 22, 1854; 

unmarried. 
Huldah^ b. May 4, 1801 ; d. Dec. 16, 1821 ; 

unmarried. 
Ruth^, b. May 15, 1804; d. Aug. 24, 1848, at 
North Adams, Mass.; m. April, 1831, Artenus 
Nichols. 
Matthew Rice^, b. Feb. 12, 1806. 
Mary^, b. Dec. 31, 1809; d. Oct. 31, 1901, ae. 
92 ; unmarried. 

7. Samuel? Fuller, {Mose/>, Moses^, Samueh, John\ Samuel', 
Edward^), b. Oct. 3, 1774, in Colchester, Ct. ; d. Jan. 2, 1858, in 
Rochester, N. Y. ; m. Oct. 9, 1803, Phebe Shortman. 



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21. I. Abba A.'^, b. . 



22. II. Ruth G.^ b. . 

23. $111. Samuel^, b. . 

24. IV. Mary-'*, b. ; d. abt. 1842. 

25. V. Moses^, b. ; d. . 

26. $VI. Josei)h Hamilton^ b. Dec. 9, 1815; m. Jan. 27, 

I S3 7, at Ogdensburg. 

27. VII. Ruth Marian^*, b. . 

28. VIII. Phebe^ b. . 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 

19. Maithew^ Rice Fuller, {JohtO, Mose^, Moses^, Samuel^, 
Johnny Samuel^, Edward ^^,\i. Feb. 12, 1806, in Charlemont, Mass.; 
d. there Jan. 13, 1S90; m. Jan. 15, 1834, Sarah J. Nims, b. 
Marlboro, Mass., who d. April 18, 1885. 
Children, born in Charlemont, Mass. 

Elizabeth'^ b. Oct. 2, 1834. 

Manly Alonzo'^, b. May 21, 1836 ; d. July 24, 1842. 

Matthew George", b. Jan. 7, 1838. 

Ebenezer Nims*^, b. Oct. 29, 1839; d. Aug. 11, 

1840. 
Sarah Olivet, b. Dec. 11, 1841. 
Luther Rice", b. Aug. i, 1844. 
Huldah A.", b. Feb. 7, 1847 ; m. June 10, 1869, 

Nelson T. Benson. 
John Watson", b. Sept. 2, 1849. 
Edmund Hillard", b. Oct. 14, 1854; d. June 10, 
1858; ae. 3 yrs. 

23. Samuel^ Fuller, {SamueP, Mose/', Moses^, Samuel^, John^, 

Samuel', £d7va?-d^), b. ; d. ; m. prior to Dec. 23, 

1838, and was then living in Potsdam, N. Y., but removed to Ottis- 
ville, Mich. 
Children. 

38. I. Mary9, b. — ; m. I^ndsfield. Resides 

in Ottisville, Mich. 
And probably others. 

26. Joseph Hamilton^ Fuller, {SamueH, Moses^, Moses^, 
Samueh,Johni, Samuel', Edward^), b. Dec. 9, 1815, near Ogdens- 



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burg, N. Y. ; d. June 30, 1903, at Murray, N. Y. ; m. Jan. 27, 1837, 
at Ogdensburg to Josephine Rockbryne. 
Children. 

39. tl.? Joseph Hamilton9, b. . 

40. II. Martha9, b. Sept. 8, 1851, at Rochester, N. Y.; d. 

May 6, 1886, at Murray, N. Y.; m. Nov. 28, 
1877, at Murray, John Beston and had: (i) 
Lucy^°, b. Dec. 8, 1879, at Clarendon, N. Y. ; m. 
Dec. 8, 1899, Judson Reiger. (2) Blanche^'^t b. 
July 15, 1882, at Murray, N. Y, ; m. John Larra- 
bee. {i) John A.^°, b. Feb. 10, 1884; m. Dec. 
II, 1907, Grace Shaw. 

William H.9, b. Sept. i, 1855. 

Phebe9, b. . Resides at Holly, N. Y. 

Charles H.9, b. . Resides at Junction Cit)', 

Montana ; unmarried. 

44. VI. Edgar M.9, b. . Resides at Savannah, N. Y. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

31. Matthew George9 Fuller, (^Matthew R?, JohnJ, Mose^, 
Moses^y Samueh, John^, Satfiuei^, Edward^), b. Jan. 7, 1838, in 
Charleraont, Mass.; m. March 24, 1869, Helen M. Thatcher, b. 
July 29, 1838, in North Adams, Mass., who d. July 17, 1887, ae. 49, 
dau. of Sedate and Sarah (Streeter) Thatcher. 

Children, born in Charlemont. 

45. I. Lilla Maria'°, b. Oct. 24, 1870. Resides at Charle- 

mont; unmarried. 

46. II. Flora Elizabeth"°, b. May 12, 1872; m. Jan. 15, 

1902, Warren Fay Lyman and had Howard^^^ b. 
Mays, 1907. d. Sept. 5, 1907. 

47. III. Frederick Alonzo'°, b. Apr. 10, 1874. Resides at 

Charlemont, Mass. ; unmarried. 

48. tlV. Melvin George'°, b. July 9, 1876. 

49. tV. Henrj' Lee'^ b. March 2, 1878. 

34. Luther9 Rice Fuller, {Matthew R.^, Johrfl, Mose/', Moses^, 
Samuel^, Johni, Samuel', Edward^), h. Aug. i, 1844, in Charlemont, 
Mass.; m. May 20, 1869, in Ashfield, Mass., Mary E. Chapin, b. in 
Ashfield July 3, 1848. 

He is a florist, residing in Shelbume Falls, Mass. 

Children. 

50. tl. Edward Watson'°, b. Jan. II, 1871. 

51. til- Earl Julian'°,b. Jan. 12, 1874. 



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52. III. Ethel C.'°, b. Sept. 19, 1880, in Shelburne Falls, 

Mass. ; m. June 26, 1901, Lewis Hawkes Johnson 
and had: (i) Arlington A", b. Jan. 2, 1903, 
and (2) Maurine F}\ b. Jan. 27, 1905. 

36. John Watson*^ Fuller, (^Matthew Ric^, Johnt, Mose^, 
Afoscs^, Saiiiueh, John^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Sept. 2, 1849, in 
Charlemont, Mass.; m. Dec. 26, 1880, Mary Ellen Benson, at 
Shelburne Falls, Mass. They reside in Conway, Mass. 

Children. 

53. I. Esther Matilda'", b. Nov. 7, 1883, in Shelburne 

Falls; m. Feb. 20, 1907, Albert L. Howes of 
Ashfield, Mass. 

54. II. John Benson'°, b. Sept. 2, 1S95, in Conway. 

55. III. Matthew L.'°, b. April 25, 1897, in Conway. 

39. Joseph Hamilion9 Fuller, {Joseph H.^, Sai/iueP, Moses^, 

Mosfs^, Satnueh, John^, Samuel^, Edioard^), b. ; d ; 

m. . 

Children. 

56. I. Josephine'°, b. Dec. 3, 1869; m. Dec. 8, 1892, 

Edward Payson Kingsbury, b. Nov. 21, 1859, d. 
A])ril 13, 1907. Children: (i) Ruth y^", b. 
Nov. 6, 1893. (2) Mary Z.", b. May 19, 1895 ; 
d. March 7, 1902. (3) Clara IV.", b. Feb. 28, 
1895. They reside at VVestfield, N. Y. 

41. Wh>ltam H.9 Fuller, {Joseph 7/.^, SamuelT, Moses^, Moses^, 
Samuel'', John^, Samuel \ Eihvatd'), b. Sept. i, 1855, at Rochester, 
N. Y. ; m. June 30, 1876, at Murray, N. Y., Helen Wentworth. 
He resides at Holly, N. Y. 

Children. 

57. I. George'°, b. Aug. 19, 1878; m. Jan. 30, 1907,01 

Murray, N. Y., Maude Pike. 

TENTH GENERATION. 

48. Melvin C.'° Fuller, {Mat/hew C.9, Mattheui^, JohrP, 
Mose^,- Hoses'^, Samueh, John^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. July 9, 
1876, in Charlemont, Mass.; m. Sept. 19, 1900, Ethel M. 

Towne, b. in Bennington, Vt., dau. of Leonard and (Davis) 

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Children, b. in Northampton, Mass. 

58. I. Homer M.", b. July 21, iqoi ; d. July 21, 1901. 

59. II. George Leonard", b. July, 1903. 

60. III. Ruth Elizabeth", b. Apr. 26, 1906. 

49. Henry Lee"° Fuller, {Matthew G.9, Matthew R?, JohnT, 
Mose^, Moses^, Samuel'^, John^, Samuel^, Edward^) , b. March 2, 
1878, in Charlemont, Mass. ; m. Jan. 21, 1903, Grace A. Mercier, b. 
in Northampton, Mass., dau. of John B. and Emily J. (Waite) 
Mercier. 

Children, born in Northampton, Mass. 

61. I. William Henry", b. Feb. 22, 1904. 

62. II. John Mercier", b. May 30, 1905. 

63. III. Kenneth Howard", b. Oct. 28, 1906. 

50. Edward Watson"* Fuller, {Luther Ric^, Mattheiv Ric^, 
Johni, Mose^, Moses^, Samueh, John^, Samuel*, Edivard^), b. Jan. 

II, 1871, in Shelburne Falls, Mass.; m. Jan. 20, 1900, Luaa 
Aleamina Johnson, b. Feb. 16, 1873, in East Charlemont, Mass. 

51. Earl Julian'° Fuller, {Luther Ric^, Matthe^v Ric^, Johnt, 
Mose/'f Afoses^, Samuel'^, John^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. Jan. 12, 
1874, in Ashfield, Mass.; m. Sept. 10, 1899, Fanny Lucina Miller, 
b. July 3, 187?. 

Children. 

64. I. Earl Rice", b. Oct. 26, 1900; d. Aug. 16, 1902. 

SEVENTEENTH GROUP. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

61. AaronS Fuller, {Samuel^, John^, Samuel*, Edward*)^ b. 
June 3, 1711, in Colchester; m. June 10, 1734, at Colchester, Ruth 
Sawyer. 

Children, recorded at Colchester. 

1. I. Henry^, b. Feb. 8, 1734-5 ; d. young. 

2. II. Henry^, b. Jan. 8, 1736-7. 

3. III. Aaron<^, b. May 9, (or 11) 1738. 

4. IV. Roswell^ b. March 22, 1741. 

5. V. Israel*^, b. Nov. 9, 1743. 

6. VI. Judah^ b. Feb. 9, 1745-6; m. Mary Bishop Feb. 

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7. VII. Ruth^, b. Nov. 15, 1747; m. Job Gould' Feb. 29, 

1767. (Newton Fuller MSS.) 

SIXTH GENERATION. 
5. Israel'^ Fuller, {Aaron^, Samuel^, John'!>, Samuel^, 

Edward^), b. Nov. 9, 1743 ; d. ; m. . 

The following from Middletown, Ct., records, may possibly refer 
to Israel% above : " Israel Fuller and Mary Peck, m. July 23, 1761." 
Children. 

Israel?, b. July 4, 1762. 
Marys b. Feb. 24, 1765. 

Sylvester?, b. March 20, 1768; m. Susan . 

Jabez7, b. June 11, 1773. (July 11, 1771, Newton 
Fuller.) 

12. V. Hannah?, b. April 8, 1875. (F. A. Fuller has this.) 

Perhaps these belong to Israel, son of NathanS. There was an 
Israel Fuller in Farmington, Ct. 

EIGHTEENTH GROUP. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

69. EphraimS Vi^u.v.K, {Shtiimeh, John^, Samuel^, Edward^), h. 

Sept. 8, 171 1, in East Haddam ; d. ; his estate was 

distributed March 6, 1779; m. Sarah Beckwith, dau. of Nathaniel 
and Sarah Beckwith of East Haddam, Ct. 

Ephraim Fuller lived in Middle Haddam until about 1745 ; after 
that he removed to Hadlyme, a parish partly in East Haddam ; his 
farm was within the town of East Haddam. He was chosen Ensign 
in 1749, and later Captain. 

Children. 

1. I. Sarah^ b. about 1738; m. Nov. 21, 1760, John 

Parker of East Haddam. Children: {i) Sara/iT. 

(2) Z//n'7. {l) JohnT. {/[) SarahT. {$) Lillisl. 
(6) RichardT. (7) Eliabi. (8) MaryT. (9) 
LcmiicP ; b. between 1761 and 1782. The two 
Sarahs d. young. 

2. II. Leah^ b. about 1741 ; m. James Shaw of 

VVilbraham, Mass. 

3. . III. Susannah**, bapt. July 10, 1743, at Middle Haddam; 

m. Jan. 3, 1764, Lemuel Willey. She d. after 
1 791. Children: (i) AnseP. (2) CiarissaT. 

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(6) CandaceT. (7) Susannahi. (8) LydiaJ ; b. 
in East Haddam between 1764 and 1781 ; they 
removed to New Haven, Vt. (See WiUey 
Genealogy, pp. 37-8.) 

IV. Anne^ b. July 23, 1745, in East Haddam; m. 
Benajah Willey of East Haddam and Ludlow, 
Mass. She d. Aug. 15, 181 1. Children: (1) 
George IVarretiT, b. Nov. 2, 1767; settled at 
Ogden, N. Y. (2) Rachel DuitonT, b. Dec. 22, 
1769. (3) AnnT, b. 1772; d. 1774. (4) AnnT. 
(See Willey Genealogy, pp. 55-6.) 
V. Sybil^ b. June 17, 1748; m. July 28, 1774, Edward 
Dixon of Chatham, later of Hadlyrae parish. 
East Haddam, Ct. Child: Roberf, b. 1775. 
Probably others. 

$VI. Ephraim'', b. Dec. 27, 1753. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 

6. Ephraim^ Fuller, {Ephraim^, Shii/>ael^, John^, Samuer*^ 
Edward^), b. Dec. 27, 1753, in East Haddam, Ct. : d. Dec. 9, 
1838, in Wilbraham, Mass.; m. May 5, 1777, Mary Brainard, who 
<i. July 2, 18 19, in Wilbraham, ae. 64, dan. of Timothy Brainard. 

Ephraim Fuller removed from East Haddam to Wilbraham Feb., 
1783, where he resided until his death. He was a farmer. Lieut. 
181 2, and very large and strong. 

Children, born in East Haddam. 

7. $L Ephraim?, b. Nov. 3, 1778. 

8. H. Brainard?, b. June 21, 1780; d. Jan. 3, 1801. 

9. HL Mary7, b. April 30, 1782; m. Dec. 19, 1S07, 

Timothy Brewer of Wilbraham. Children: (i) 

Solomon^. (2) /saac^. (3) Aino^. (4) Sophia^. 

Mrs. Brewer d. in Leeds, Mass., Dec. 10, 1875. 
Children, bom in Wilbraham. 
10. IV. Sarah?, b. Jan. 3, 1784 ; m. April 14, 1821, Zebulon 

Frost of Springfield. Children: (i) Zebuloi^. 

(2) Jan^. 
Jonathan Smith?, b. March 2, 1786. 
Henry?, b. Oct 15, 1787. 

Sophia?, b. March 27, 1789; d. June 23, 1812. 
George A.?, b. Nov. 9, 1791. 
Fanny?, b. Nov. 18, 1793 ; m. May 10, 181 7, Orrin 

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i6. X. Henrietta Maria?, b. Feb. 14, 1795 > ^' Oct. 4, 

1S21, Robert F. Dunham. Removed to Ohio. 

17. -H-XI. ICpaphroditus", b. July 27, 1797. 

18. XII. Eliza?, b. Dec. 15, 1799; d. Oct. 25, 1801. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

7. Ephraim? Fuller, {Rphraim'^\ Ephraim^, Shubaehy John^, 
Samuel^, Edwani^), b. Nov. 3, 1778, in Wilbraham, Mass.; d. 
April 15, 1S67 ; m. (i) May 7, 1822, Ferocia Stebbins of Wilbra- 
ham, who d. Sept. 3, 1834, ae, 42 ; m. (2) Nov. 19, 1836, Deborah 
H. Harlow of Lunenburg, Mass., b. Harvard, Mass., who d. June 22, 
1886. 

Children, all born in Wilbraham. 

Mary Ann% b. June i, 1823 ; d. June 14, 1856; m. 

June 23, 1850, Henry Lucas. 
Ephraim Drainard"*, b. Aug. 19, 1825; d. Oct. 7, 

1847. 
Sarah*", b. Aug. 19, 1825 ; d. Nov. 21, 1856. 
Alvira N.^ b. 1831 ; d. 1844. 
William H.^ b. 1840 j d. 1841. 

11. Jonathan Smhh? Fuller, {Ephraiin^\ Ephraim'^, Shubaci^, 

JoJin^, Sami/c/^, /',Vu'<?;v/'), b. March 2, 1786, in Wilbraham, Mass.; 

d. there Dec. 10, 1849 ; m. June 6, 1S19, Abiah Hyde, who d. July 

13, 1848, dau. of James tiyde of Norwich, Ct. ; m. (2) Sept. 26, 

1849, Lovinia Utley of Wilbraham. 

Children, born in Wilbraham. 

24. 1. Samuel Smith'^, b. May 19, 1827 ; d. Dec. 27, 1855. 

25. t II. Henry Eliab\ b. Oct. f), 1829. 

26. *ni. James Hyde^ b. July 28, 1833. 

27. IV. MaryAbiah^ b. Aug. 16, 1836; d. 1837. 

28. ni^V. George Ephraim'*, b. Dec. 25, 1838. 

12. Henry? Fuller, {Ephraim^, Ephraim^, Shubaeh, Johni, 
Samucl\ EdtoarW), b. Oct. 15, 1787, in Wilbraham, Mass.; 

d. ; m. Int. Pub. Feb. i, 1S12, to Abigail Knight of New 

Salem, Mass. 

Children, born in Wilbraham, Mass. 

29. I. Mary L.'', b. Sept. 15, 1813. 

30. $11. Henry Franklin^ b. June 26, 1816. 

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14. George A.7 Fuller, {Ephrainfi, Ephraim^, Shubaeh,John\ 
Samuel', Edward^), b. Nov. 9, 1791, in VVilbrabam, Mass.; d. May- 
as, 1867, in Greenwich, Mass.; m. Jan. 11, 1816, Tryphena Davis, 
b. in Somers, Ct., dau. of Isaac and Tryphena, d. Nov. 19, 1872, in 
Enfield, Mass. 

George Davis^, b. Sept. 11, 181 6. 

Louisa M.^, b. Feb. 11, 1818; m. Aug. 30, 1852, 

Aaron Phipps of Framingham, Mass. 
Isaac F.**, b. Sept, 13, 1819. 
John H.**, b. Jan. 11, 1822; d. July 6, 1857; ra. 

Dec. 4, 1 85 1, Laura H. Cooley; she d. 1855, in 

Wisconsin. No children. 
Mary^, b. Sept. 12, 1823; d. Jan. 10, 1847. 
HenryS, b. Feb. 4, 1825 ; d. Sept. 17, 1850. 
Cordelia A.^, b. Oct. 6, 1826 ; d. April 30, 1849. 
Julia A.^, b. March 10, 1829; m. Oct., 1847, Isaac 

Nutting of Palmer, Mass. 

40. IX. Jonathan S.^, b. April 5, 1831 ; d. May 2, 1864 ; m. 

Aug. 19, 1862, E. Frances Anderson of New 
Braintree, Mass. 

41. X. Jane^, b. July 13, 1833 ; d. July 10, 1852. 

42. XI. Frank T.^, b. in Somers, Ct. ; d. Aug. 15, 1865. 



17. Epaphroditus7 Fuller, {Ephrainfi, Ephraim^, Shui>ael*y 
John^, Samuel', Edward^), b. July 27, 1797 ; d. Sept., 1875, in C; 
m. Jan. i, 1828, Mary Taft, aged 16 years, in the ball room of the 
old stage house tavern kept by her father for many years, at 
Taftsburg, Farmington, in Trumbull Co., O. 

Children. 

43. 1. Prudence Eloise^, b. Dec. 11, 1828; d. March 9, 

1907 ; m. April 18, 1850, Charles A. McKay, and 
. had Ida May), b. Jan. 24, 1853; m. Oct. 15, 

1873, Samuel S. McBride, and had Roscoe C.'°, 
b. July 12, 1874, who m. Sept. 9, 1897, Minnie 
P. Stroup and had Charles Andrews", b. July 21, 
1902. 

44. II. Mary Sophia^, b. March 2, 1831 ; d. March 15, 

1906 ; m. March 14, 1853, Theodore S. Wolcoit, 
who d. March 7, 1906, and had (i) Roscoe Z.^, 

b. March 21, 1 86 1, who m. Lucy and had 

seven children. (2) Maverette Irentf>, b. April 7, 
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Bessie'", b. 1885, and three other children; 
Maverette Bessie'", n». and had two daughters. 

45. III. Henry^, b. ; d. in infancy 1830. 

46. IV. Harriet Elenore^ b. Nov., 1834; d. Feb., 1867; 

m. March, 1858, Frank S. Trew and had Minnie 
Stia^, b. 1859, ^J^d ^w*' sons, both dead. Minnie 
Sua'^ m. John D. McLaren and had Ruth'°, b. 
April, 1893. 

47. V. Lucy Caroline^ b. March, 1836; m. March, 1858, 

Dr. Allen Jones and had Louise Esielifi, b. 
March, 1867, m. Sept. 12, 1898, Frank Wade 
Hutchins. 

48. *VL Daniel Epaphroditus^ b. Dec. 8, 1837. 

49. VIL Cordelia Ann^ b. Feb. 6, 1845 ; m. Oct. 12, 1865, 

Allen Francis Peck and had : ( i ) Francis^, b. 
Se])t. 4, 1866, who m. Dec, 1898, Carrie Cramer 
and had one dau., Helene'°, b. Dec, 1905. (2) 

Flora F/oisc^, b. July 16, 1869 ; d. . (3) 

Marie Corinn(^\ b. April, 1870; m. March, 1896, 
Dr. Franklyn H. Clark and had Francis H.'°, b. 
Dec, 1900. 

Elavia Azelia'^, b. 1848 ; d. Jan., 1894. 

Edwin Lovett-, b. Jan. 26, 1852. 

Frederick Taft^ b. March, 1855. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

25. Henry Eliah"^ Fuller, {Jonathan SmithT, Ephraim^, 
Fphraim^, Shubacl'^, John'!>, Samuei\ Fii7C'ard^), b. Oct. 6, 1829, in 
Wilbraham, Mass.; d. Oct. 21, 1865; m. Dec. 2, 1857, Sylvia A. 
Rice, b. May 31, 1833, in Wilbraham, dau. of Lee and Minerva 
(Stebbins) Rice. 

Mrs. Fuller is living in Monson, Mass. 
Children. 

53. 4^L George Lee9, b. Aug. 16, 1859. 

54. H. Mary A.9, b. Jan. 18, 1862. 

26. James Hyde^ Fuller, {Jonathan SmithT, Ephraim^, 
Ephraim^, Shubach, Johni, Samuel^, Edward^), b. July 28, 1833, 
in Wilbraham, Mass.; m. Feb. i, 1855, Helen Lucy Bircham, b. 
Sept. I, 1835, d. July 25, 1892. 

He resides in West Farmington, Ohio. 
Children. 

55. L Clara M.9, b. Jan. i, 1856; d. 1891; m. Nelson 



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Harshraan, and had: (i) James Elbert^°y b. 
July S, 1883. (2) Mabel Helen'"', b. March 3, 
1888; d. March 9, 1892. (3) Clara M. F.'°, 
d. Jan. 29, 1892. 

56. til. George Henry9, b. Jan.- 10, 1859. 

28. George Ephraim^ Fuller, {Jonathan S/nithT, Ephraim^^ 
EphraimS, Shubaeh, Joh?i^, Samuel^, Edward^'), b. Dec. 25, 1838; 
m. (i) Dec. 25, 1865, Harriet S. Green, who d. April 21, 1876; m. 
(2) June 2, 1877, Carrie J. Field, who d. Nov. g, 1891, dau. of D. 
S. and Editha (Crocker) Field; m. (3) Dec. 24, 1892, Asenath 
Green, who d. Nov. 9, 1902, b. in Wales, dau. of Jonas and Sophia 
(Gardner) Green. 

Dr. George Ephraim Fuller is actively engaged in the practice of 
his profession in Monson, Mass., and is prominent in matters relat- 
ing to the welfare of his town. 

57. I. Alice Green9, b. in Brimfleld, Sept. 17, 1866; m. 

Nov. II, 1891, Harry A. Merchant, b. Aug. 5, 
1866, d. June 25, 1901, son of Alvin B. and Jane 
D. Merchant of Monson. They had: (i) 
George Fuller^°, b. May 2, 1896, and (2) Hattie 
Fuller'^, b. Nov. 19, 1S97. 

58. n. Gardner G.9, b. Nov. 11, 1870; d. Sept. 14, 187 1. 

59. HI. Henry James9, b. March 23, 1876; d. March 24, 

1876. 

30. Henry Franklin^ Fuller, {HenryT, Ephraim^, Shubael^, 
John^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. June 26, 1816, in Wilbraham, Mass.; 
d. July 31, 1863, in — ; m. Dec. 31, 1840, Mary Davenport. 

Children. 

60. I. Ann Eliza9, b. Nov. 30, 1842 ; m. Oct. 27, 1864, in 

Jefferson, Ohio, Schuyler Crippen. 

61. II. Mary A.^, b. Jan. 28, 1845 > ™' March 24, 1864, in 

Cherry Valley, Ohio, J. T. McDaniel, (resides 
Rome, O., R. F. D. No. i ) and had : ( i ) Afay'°, 
b. May 13, 1865; m. June, 1885, H. M. Sweet 
and had Minnie", b. March 22, 1888, Donald", 
b. Sept. 16, 1890. {2) Maud '°, b. March 14, 1867 ; 
m. March 14, 1889, Carl Mcintosh and had 
^ Edith", b. Sept. 3, 1893, and Cleoro", b. June 16, 
'^^91' (3) Cora'°, b. Jan. 22, 1870; m. 
Feb. 22, 1893, Howard Crosby and had 
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62. III. Elizabeth J.9, b. Sept. 16, 1846 ; d. Aug. 10, 1868 ; 

m. May 14, 1864, in Orwell, E. H. Greene. 

63. IV. Melvin F.9, b. Aug. 25, 1848 ; d. July 25, 1855. 
' 64. V. Orlow H.9, b. Sept. 8, 1850; d. Sept. i, 1865. 

65. VI. Rose E.9, b. April 14, 1852 j m. Mays, 1877, m 

Parkman, O., J. M. Braden. 

66. VII. Franklin G.9, b. Dec. 10, 1854 ; d. Sept. 23, 1882 ; 

m. May 21, 1889, in Rome, O., Ellen Morey. 

67. VIII. Ella G.9, b. July 25, 1857. , 

68. IX. Albion G.9, b. Feb. 15, 1859; m. Sept. 2, 1882, m 

Palmyra, Bessie E. Bebb. 

32. George Davis^ Fuller, {George A.t, Ephrainfi, Ephraitni, 
Shi/bael\ John\ Samuel\ Edivard'), b. Sept. 11, 1816, in Green- 
wich, Mass. ; d. there Jan. 18, 1882 ; m. Caroline Chase, b. Jan. 31, 
1812, d. June 10, 1899. 

69. I. Franklin9, b. 1840. ^ ,, „ . 

70. II. Henry D.9, b. May 7, 1842, in Pittsfield, Mass.; d. 

June 10, 1843, in Greenwich, Mass. 

71. III. George9, b. Jan. 4, 1841, in Pittsfield, Mass. 

72 IV. Sarah9, b. ; m. Aug. 16, 1871, in Barre, 

Mass., Caleb Osgood, b. June 16, 1830, in Barre, 
d. July 13, 1894, in Amherst, Mass. 

73. tV. Edward A.9, b. Dec. i5> 1851. 

34. Isaac Faxon^ Fuller, {George A.y, Ephraim^, Ephtaim\ 
Shubaeh, Johni, Samuel\ Edward'), b. Sept. 13, 1819, in 
Greenwich, Mass. ; d. ; m. Mary Jane Dugan of Baltimore, 

Md. 

He was a locomotive builder, and at one time lived in Baltimore, 

Md. 

Children. 

74. *I. Robert Henry9, b. Dec. 5, 1848. 

75. * II. Oscars, b. Nov. 7, 1850. 

76. III. Anne9, b. . 

77. IV. Emma Jane9, b. Feb., 1856, at Hanover, Pa.; m. 

June 2, 1873, Adoniram J. Russell of Enfield, 
Mass. 

48. Daniel Epaphroditus^ Fuller, {EpaphroditusT, Ephrainfi, 
Ephraim^, Shuhaeh,John>>, Samuel*, Edward'), b. Dec. 8, 1837, at 
West Farmington, Trumbull Co., Ohio; m. Feb. 20, 1861, Helen C. 
Woolcott, b. in West Farmington. They reside in Wichita, Kansas, 



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where Mr. Fuller is a member of the firm of Fuller & McClain, real 
estate dealers. 
Children. 

78. I. Luella9, b. Nov. 30, 1861 ; d. same day. 

79. II. Eva A.9, b. Jan. 6, 1863, in West Farmington, O. ; 

d. Aug. 12, 1904; m. Richard Randall and had 
four children. 

80. III. Mary Catherine^, b. June i, 1865, in West Farm- 

ington, O. ; m. Beveridge Davidson and had 
(i) Helen E.'° (2) Margarette Z>.'o (3) 
John F.'° (4) Faye'°. (5) Daniel'". 
8r. IV. Nora9, b. Oct. 4, 1868, in Baravia, Kan.; d. 

Dec. 10, 1873. 

82. V. Clarence9, b. April 28, 1872, in Baravia, Kan.; d. 

July 7, 1872. 

83. VI. Florence E.9, b. May 8, 1873, in Baravia, Kan.; m. 

George Francis Fuller, b. ; d. July 4, 

1906, son of Robert D. They had one child. 

84. VII. Daisy E.9, b. May 25, 1876, in Baravia, Kan.; m, 

; has two children. 

85. VIII. Infant9, b. Feb. 4, 1880, in Gunn City, Mo.; d. 

Feb. II, 1880. 

86. IX. Louise 1.9, b. Sept. 11, 1882, in Gunn City, Mo. 

51. Edwin IxDVE-n* Fuller, ( EpaphroditusJ , Ephrainfi, EphraimS, 
Shubael^, Johni, Samuel^, Edward'), b. Jan. 26, 1852, in West 
Farmington, O. (? ) ; m. Jan., 1882, Julia Cook. 

Children. 

87. I. Mary Luie9, b. Oct. 31, 1882. 

88. II. Frederick9, b. ; d. in infancy. 

89. III. Roscoe9, b. ; d. in infancy. 

90. IV. CordeUa A.9, b. April, 1890. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

53. George Lee9 Fuller, {Henry Elial^, Jonathan Smiihty 
Ephraim^, Ephraim^, Shubaeh, John^, Samuel*, Edward') , b. in 
Palmer, Mass., Aug. 16, 1859; m. March 9, 1887, at Kalamazoo, 
Mich., Kate L. Roberts, b. Aug. 29, 1863, in Darien, N. Y. 

Mr. Fuller is a merchant in Monson, Mass., and is also interested 
in flower culture, having a large greenhouse with a great variety of 
plants. 

Children. 
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Robert Henry'", b. March i8, 1891. 
Alice I^uise'°, b. May 15, 1892. 
George Ephraim'°, b, Dec. 31, 1894. 
Sylvia Kate'°, b. April 25, 1896. 
Eglon Lee'°, b. Jan. 27, 1899. 

56. George Henrys Fuller, {James Hyd^y Jonathan SmiihT, 
Ephraim^, Ephraim^, Shubaeh, Johni, Samuel^, Edward'), b. 
Jan. 10, 1859; m. (i) March i, 1883, Alice Chryst, who d. Sept., 
1889; m. (2) July 23, 1892, Mary Florilla Hawkins. They reside 
at West Farmington, Ohio. 
Children, by first wife. 
07. I. Mary Ruth'°, b. Dec. 14, 1885; m. June i, 1904, 

Charles Walter Mahan and had/a/«^i Cecil", b. 
Mar. 10, 1905. 
By second wife. 

98. II. James Paul'°, b. July 8, 1894. 

99. III. Helen L.'°, b. July it, 1897. 

70. Franklin9 Fuller, {George D?, George A.T, Ephraim^, 
Ephraim^, Shubael^ Johni, Samuel\ Edward'), b. abt. 1840, in 
New Lebanon, N. Y. ; d. Nov. 10, 1880, ae. 40 years; m. March 
12, 1862, Phebe M. Anderson of New Braintree, Mass., b. in Ware, 
Mass., dau. of Charles and Mary Anderson. 

Children. 
100. Ida'°, b. about 187 1. 

73. Edward Augustus"? Fuller, {George D?, George A.'J, 
Ephrainfi, EphraimS, Shubaeh, Johni, Samuel\ Edward'), b. 
Dec. 15, 1851, in Pittsfield, Mass.; d. April 28, 1893, at Adams, 
Mass.; m. Jan. 17, 1871, at North Adams, Mass., Catherine Jane 
Moore, b. March 6, 1852, at Richmond, R. I. Mrs. Fuller resides 
in North Adams. 

Mr. Fuller was a mason, contractor and builder. 

Children, 
loi. I. Jeanne Eloise'°, b. Aug. 22, 1872, at North Adams, 

Mass. 

102. II. Josephine Estelle'°, b. July 27, 1874, at Greenwich, 

Mass. High school teacher at North Adams. 

103. III. Grace Eleanor'", b. July 30, 1878, at Greenwich. 

104. IV. Mildred Elizabeth'", b. June 9, 1885, at Adams, 

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105. V. Edward Raynor'°, b. July 19, 1887, at Adams. 

Williams College, class . 

106. VI. Viola Alethea'S b. Nov. 4, 1889, at Adams. North 

Adams High school graduate, class 1908. 

74. Robert Henry9 Fuller, {Isaac F?, George A.t, Ephraiirf^, 
Ephraim^y Shubaeh, John^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. Dec. 5, 1848, 
in Baltimore, Md. ; m. of Galveston, Texas. 

Children. 

107. I. Amelia'", b. . 

108. II. Robert Henry'°, b. . 

75. Oscar9 Fuller, {Isaac F.^, George A J, Ephrainfi, Ephraim^^ 
Shubaeh^Johni, Samuel*, Edward^), b. Nov. 7, 1850, in Baltimore, 
Md. ; m. Nov. 28, 1878, in Belchertown, Mass., Mary A. Dwie[ht. 

He resides in Orange, Mass. ; is connected with the New Home 
Sewing Machine Co. 
Children. 

109. $1. Leroy Faxon'°, b. May 20, 1S79. 

no. "n. William Dwight'°, b. Aug. 28, i88i, at Orange. 

111. III. Julia May'°, b. Nov. 18, 1883, at Orange; m. June 

29, 1904, Arthur M. Ames of Orange, and has 
Doris Irene^^, b. July 4, 1906, at Orange. 

112. IV. Anne Rebecca"", b. July 28, 1890, at Orange. 

113. V. Edward Oscar'", b. Feb. 20, 1895, at Orange. 

TENTH GENERATION. 

109. Lerov Faxon'° Fuller, {Oscar^, Isaac F?, George A.7, 
Ephraim^, Ephraim^, Shubaeh, Johri^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. May 
20, 1879, at Belchertown, Mass.; m. Oct. 15, 1899, Clare Arline 
Dunbar. 

Children. 

114. I. Clifford Leroy", b. July 10, 1902, at Orange, Mass. 

115. II. Arthur Edward", b. Dec. 18, 1903. 

NINETEENTH GROUP. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

73. ShubaelS Fuixer, {Shubaeh, Johrfi, Samuel*, Edward^), 
b. Jan. 6, 1720-1, in East Haddam, Ct. ; m. (i) Jan. 28, 1744, 
Hannah Cone of East Haddam, Ct., b. about 1737, daa. of 



I90 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Ebenezer and Elizabeth (VVilley) Cone; m. (2) June 12, 1755, 
Sarah Chapman, only daughter of Joseph and Eunice Chapman of 
East Haddam. " This family removed soon after the Revolution to 
Savoy, Mass., or a town in that region." 

Transactions in Savoy property in 1804 between Fullers bearing 
the names of Shubael's children would seem to indicate a settlement 
of an estate. No record of time or place of death of ShubaeU was 
found, but he probably deceased previous to 1804. There is no 
record of settlement of his estate in Berkshire probate records. 
" Old Mrs. Fuller," according to Lenox church records, died there 
March 15, 18 16, perhaps the widow of Shubaeis. See further under 
names of children. 

Children, born in East Haddam. 

1. I. Hannah^ b. May 27, 1745. (A Hannah Hays 

signed with John Fuller a deed of property in 
Savoy, Mass., in 1804.) 

2. II. Dimis^, b. Dec. 20, 1746; d. at Millington, Ct., 

Aug. 12, 1814, ae. 67 years, 8 mos. ; probably 
unm. 

Mar/', b. Oct. 24, 1748. 

Tamar'^, b. Jan. 18, 1756; unm. 1803. 

Jonathan^, b. Aug. 26, 1757. 

Prudence^ b. March 13, 1759; unm. 1803; m. 
Hiram Taylor (?) (It seems more probable he 
m. Prudence', Moses^, MosesS.) '^^- ■■ - ■ \ 

Jethro^ b. Dec. 2, 1760; d. young. ' 

John^, b. Sept. 23, 1762. (A John Fuller signed 
deed with Hannah Hays to property in Savoy in 
1804. No further account of him.) 
9. IX. Jedediah^ b. March 20, 1764. A description from 

" Mass. Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolution " 
probably refers to him : " Fuller. Jedediah. 
Windsor. Descriptive list dated Lenox, Aug. 20, 
1 781. Capt. Claik's Co., Col. Symond's Regt. 
Age 17 yrs. Stature s'-n". Complexion, light. 
Hair, light. Occupation, laborer. Residence, 
Windsor. Engaged for town of Windsor. Terra 
3 years. Order dated Jan. 13, 1784, for wages 

'' May — Dec." No further account of him found. 

10. X. Shubael^ b. Feb. 14, 1765-6. Supposed to be the 

Shubael from " Dawes Grant " and Savoy, Mass., 

who signed deeds to property in Savoy in 1804. 

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ir. $XI. Eliezer^, bapt. Aug. 14, 1768. See further extended 
account. 

12, tXII. Jethro^ bapt. Aug. 19, 1770. See further extended 

account. 

13. XIII. Jeremiah*^, bapt. May 24, 1772. No further account 

of him. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

5. Jonathan*^ Fuller, {Shubael^, Shubaeh, John^, Samuel*, 
Edward^^f b. Aug. 23, 1757, in East Haddam, Ct; date of death 
not found recorded; m. Anna Rice, b. March 27, 1764, d. Sept. 17, 

1833- 

He resided at Lenox, Mass.; removed to Hartley about 1785 and 
died there. A Jonathan Fuller of Dawes Grant signed deed to 
property in Savoy in 1804. Dawes Grant was a small tract of land 
in soutliern part of Hawley, Mass. 
Children. 

Hannah?, b. April i, 1786; m. Perry. 

DanieP, b. Jan. 22, 1788. 

Hollis7, b. Nov. 20, 1789. No further informatioa 

obtained of him. 
Jonathan', b. May i,,i792. 
Anna', b. May 16, 1794. 
Oren7, b. April 28, 1796. 
Shubael?, b. July 12, 1798. 
Bathsheba', b. March 9, 1801 ; m. May 17, 1827, 

Phillip Perry. 
Ira', b. Jan. 3, 1804. 
William', b. Oct. 7, 1807. 

11? Eliezer** Fuller, {Shubael^, Shubaeh, JohnT-, SamueP, 
Edward^), bapt. Aug. 14, 1768; is supposed to be the Eli? Fuller 
who according to Adams, Mass., Registry of Deeds was concerned 
in exchanges of property with Jonathan and Shubael Fuller. 

The only other account of Eli is from the partially faded Savoy 
town records, which give children of Eli and Eunice his wife. 

Children. 

24. I. Eunice', b. July 20, 1794. 

25. II. Polly?, b. July 4, 1796. 

12, Jkthro* Fuller, {Shubael^, Shubaeh, John^, Samuel*, 
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according to Lenox church records died there March 6, 1821, and 
who is recorded as being from " Dawes Grant " when he married 
Miss Siba Kelsey of Hawley, Mass., at Hawley, by Rev. Jonathan 
Grout in Nov., 1795, and who is given on the partially faded Savoy 
records with Siba his wife as parents of 
Children. 

26. I. Japheth7, (?) b. Dec. 29, 1790. (?) 

27. II. Lorinv, (?) b. Feb. 8, 1798. 

There is also recorded on Lenox church records the death of " a 
child"? of Jethro Fuller Aug. 30, 1817, and the death of "Old 
Mrs. Fuller" ! March 15, 1816, who may have been his mother. 

The name Jethro is not at all common, and it does not appear on 
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SEVENTH GENERATION. 

9. Daniel? Fuller, {Jonathatfi, Shubael^, Shubaeh, John^, 
Samuel^, Eihi.iani^),h. ]:iiX\. 22, 1788, in Hawley, Mass. Married 
twice. Second wife's name Skinner. Lived in Cicero, N. Y., and 
Cazenovia. No further account obtained. 

11. Jonathan? Fuller, {Jonafharfi, Shubael^, Shubaeh, John^, 
SamueP, £</u>an/'),h. May i, 1792, in Hawley, Mass. ; d. Dec. 16, 
1882 ; buried in Savoy ; m. Sept. 20, 1821, Miss Lucinda Leonard of 
Hawley, b. March 9, iSoi, d. Dec. 15, 1833; m. (2) Dec. 17, 1S35, 
Mrs. Sophia Hawkes of Hawley, who d. April 18, 1868. 

Children. 

28. L Clark Wright^, b. Nov. 27, 1822; d. Dec. 22, 1822. 

29. H. Eliza Ai.n Leonard^ b. March 4, 1824; d. Nov. i, 

1833. 

30. HL BathshebaS, b. Aug. 8, 1826; m. Jan. 23, 1849, 

Wells H. Ayres ; m. (2) Levi Hawkes. By first 
husband she had : (i) Floral, b. June 14, 1851 ; 
d. young. (2) Annc^, b. May 18, 1853; ra. 
Albert E. Marsh ; reside in Northampton. (3) 
Ciiry C^, b. Aug. 8, i860. 

31. * IV. Clark Wright^ b. April i, 1829. 
By second wife Jonathan? had. 

32. V. Lorinda^ b. Sept. 20, 1836; d. Nov. 27, 1858; m. 

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13. Oren7 Fuller, {Jonathatfi, Shubael^, Shubaeb, Jokti^, 
Samuel^, Edward^), b. April 28, 1796, in Hawley, Mass.; removed 
to Onondaga Co., N. Y., then to Wisconsin and thence to Union, 
111., where he died. He married and had children. 

33. One daughter married Ross. 

14. Shubael? Fuller, {Jonathaifi, Shubael^, Shubaeh, Johni, 
Samuel', Edward*), b. July 12, 1798, in Hawley, Mass.; d. Aug. 
*7> 1877, in Cicero, N. Y. ; m. Harriet Robinson, who d. July lo, 
1878, ae. 75, in Cicero. 

Children. 

William^, b. Nov. 10, 1827, in Hawley, Mass. 
Laura^, b. July 8, 1831 ; m. Dennis, and 

had: (i) George, Jennifi, Georgianncfi, and 

another son. Is now living in Whitewater, 

Wisconsin. 

James O.^, b. . 

Henry H.^, b. ; d. Oct. 25, 1905 ; m. Annie 

Murphy. No children. 
Rolando Shubael^, b. April 14, 1839. 
Harriet A.^, b. 1842 ; d. Oct 18, 1904 ; m. Daniel 

B. Wilson ; had one daughter who d. young ; one 

son, Ircfi, now living in Ithaca, N. Y. ; and one 

other child, who d. young. 
40. VII. Alvin^ b. ; d. Aug. 8, 1883; m. Hannah 

Soper. No children. 

16. Ira? Fuller, ( Jonathan^, Shubad^, Shubaeh,Johv>, Samuel* 
Edward^), b. Jan. 3, 1804, in Hawley, Mass.; d. there Feb. 3, 
1889 ; m. Aug. 25, 1825, Keziah Leonard, b. Jan. 30, 1804, d. 
Apr. 24, 1857 ; m. (Int. Pub.) (2) Jan. 5, 1858, Abigail Elmer, 
who d. April 18, 1883. 
Children. 

Cushman I.^, b. June 9, 1826. 

Susan Keziah^ b. Sept. 20, 1827 ; d. Nov. 8, 1853; 

m. Daniel Wilson, b. in Homer, N. Y. 
Jonathan^, b. Oct. 4, r829. 
Hannah A.*, b. May 2, 1831 ; m. Royal Hildreth, b. 

in South Adams. 
Lucinda L.^, b. Dec. 17, 1832; m. Marcos 

Ingraham of Savoy. 
William A.^, b. Sept. i, 1835. 



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47. VII. Harriet Ann^, b. Jan. 25, 1840; d. Jan. 17, 1864, 

unm., in Savoy. 

48. VIII. Mary J.^, b. Nov. 11, 1841 ; d. July 9, 1863; m. 

Dec. 23, i860, B. F. Sturtevant. 

49. IX. Sarah M.*^, b. July 17, 1845 ; ra. (i) Aug. 9, 1862, 

Estus Wilson ; m. (2) James Cousin. 



17. William? Fuller, {Jonaiharfi, Shubael^, Shubaeh, John^, 
Samuel*, Edward'), b. Oct. 7, 1807, in Hawley, Mass.; d. July 19, 
1882, in Ashfield, Mass. ; m. Nov. 24, 1830, Polly B. Miles, b. Sept., 
1806, in Ashfield, d. Sept. 2, 1887. 

Children. 

50. I. Ann L.^ b. Aug. 23, 1831 ; d. June i, 1862; m. 

Feb. 20, 1850, Levi F. Hawkes. They had: 
(i) Ciara'); d. young. (2) lVi//iam9, b. 1853; 

m. ; no children. (3) Herbert^, b. ; m. 

; no children ; deceased. (4) Julicfi, m. 

(i) Wallace Cleveland; ra. (2) Albert Phelps, 
by whom she had Charles'° and Lillian'". (5) 
Liictu^\ d. young. (6) Jamef^, b. i860; m. 
Isabelle Kinley. (7) Infant^ \ d. young. 

51. II. William^, b. Jan. 23, 1833 ; d. March 17, 1891 ; ra. 

Aug. 30, 1855, Irene VV. Scott, who d. May 11, 
1888. No children. 

52. III. Daniel^ b. March 9, 1840; d. June 10, 1844. 

53. IV. Henry^, b. March 22, 1842 ; m. Nov. 13, 1867, 

Carrie M. Howes, b. Sept. 19, 1844. They 
reside in Ashfield. Have no children. 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 

30. Clark Wrighi^ Fuller, {Jonathan^ , Janathatfi, Shubtul^t 
Shubael^yjohni, Samuel*, Edward'), b. April 21, 1849, in Hawley; 
d. June 22, 1893, in Boston, Mass.; m. May 23, 1852, in Charle- 
mont, Mass., Sarah Larkins. 

Children. 

54. $1. Lewis Edgar9, b. June 25, 1853. 

55. II. Harriet Ann9, b. Sept. 3, 1855, in Hawley. 

56. III. Walton C.9, b. Feb. 28, 1859. 

57. IV. Charles A.9, b. Dec. 13, i860. 

58. V. Ira Dan9, b. Jan. 27, 1866; m. Nov. 26, 1904, Ada 

Belle Briggs, dau. of William F. and Anna 
(Wilson) Briggs. 



shubaelS fuller's descendants. 195 

33. WiLUAM^ Fuller, {ShubaeP , /onatharfi, Shubael^, ShuBael*, 
Johrii, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Nov. 10, 1827, in Hawley, Mass.; 
d. June 19, 1885, in Hannibal, Oswego Co., N. Y. ; m. July 5, 1855, 
in Canastota, N. Y., Elizabeth Vanderwarker, b. June 1 1, 1836, in 
Canastota, d. May 6, 1892, in Hannibal. 
Children. 
59. I. Harriet May9, b. Aug. 24, 1857, in Cicero, N. Y. ; 

m. Sept. 18, 1877, Mort Cox at Hannibal, N. Y. 
60* n. Henry Jacobs, b. Oct. i, 1859; m. Oct. i, 1884, 

Sarah Perkins at Cicero. Resides in Whitewater, 
Wis. 
61. ni. Daniel Romaine9, b. Feb. 19, 1867 ; m. Nov. 8, 

1895, Emma Sampson at Oswego Falls, N. Y. 
6a. IV. Etta9, b. Sept. 5, 187 1, in Sterling, Cayuga Co., 

N. Y. ; m. Nov. 29, 1895, John Coon at 
Hannibal. 

63, V. James9, b. Oct. 8, 1874, in Hannibal. 

35. James O.^ Fuller, {ShubaeP, Jonatharfi, Shubael^, Shub<ul\ 

Johv>, Samuel^, Edward^), b. in Cicero, N. Y. ; m. . He 

resides in Whitewater, Wis. 

Has one daughter. 

64. Anna9, b. . 



37. Rolando Shubael^ Fuller, {^ShubaeH, Jonathanf'^ Shubael^, 
Shubcuh, John^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. April 14, 1 839, in Cicero, 
N. Y. ; m. May, 1866, Alice D. Rose, b. April 4, 1846. 

Mr. R. S. Fuller removed from Cicero to Baldwinsville, N. Y., 
where he now lives, about 1883. During the Civil War he served in 
the 2d N. Y. Regt., Harris Light Cavalry, and is a United States 
pensioner. 

Children. 

65. I. Cora E.9, b. Feb. 5, 1864 ; d. Nov. i, 1899 ; m. (i) 

1882, George Reeves; m. (2) B. W. RandalL 
Had one dau., Lena Reeves^^. 

66. tn. Francis V.9, b. Aug. 13, 1867. 

67. *in. Fred M.9, b. June 3, 1869. 

68. IV. Rose Catherine9, b. March 13, 1873; m. April, 

1895, Charles J. Fellows, and had: (i) Irvint; 
/<?^«"», b. Dec. 30, 1896. {2) CarlIioland"*,h. 
Nov. 23, 1898. 



1^6 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

40. CusHMAN 1.8 Fuller, {Irai, Jonathan^, Shubaen, Shubaeh, 
John-i, Samuel', Edward'), b. in Savoy; m. (i) Rosena Rice, b. 
in Hawley, d. Feb. 3, 1849 ; m. (2) Fanny Sophia Braman, dau. of 
John J. and Tirzah Braman of Ashfield. 

Children. 

69. I. George Cushman9, b. Nov. 16, 1848; m. . 

No children. 

70. II. AlviraSophia9, b. Dec. 19, 1851. 

71 III. Mary Caroline^, b. April 16, 1854; m. Aug. 15, 

1875, Albert W. Stetson. 
72. IV. Eva9, b. Aug. 16, 1856. 

42. Jonathan^ Fuller, (^IraT, Jonatharfi, Shubael^, Shubaeh, 
John\ Samuel', Edward'), b. Aug. 1, 1829, in Savoy, Mass.; d. 
June 4, 1907, in Adams, Mass.; m. (i) Nov. 24, 1853, Samantha 
Wilson, b. in Homer, N. Y., d. in Savoy Feb. i, 1868 ; m. (2) Sarah 
Edwards, b. in Cambridge, dau. of George and Fanny Edwards, d. 
Dec. 24, 1894, ae. 55. 

Children. 

7, I. Ella S.9, b. ; d. July 25, 1855, ae. 6 mo., 9 d. 

74 II. Harriet M.9, b. May 31, 1858; m. Allen Horton. 

' Resides in Pittsfield, Mass. Has three children. 

75. III. Carrie E.9,b. ; d. April 6, 1863. 

76 *IV. Albert Louis9, b. April 24, 1872. 

77'. V. Georgianna9, b. July i, 1873 ; not now livmg. 

78. VI. Lizzie May9, b. May 31, 188 1. 

/-' 45. William Alanson^ Fuller, (7^7, Jonathan^, Shubael^, 

^ Shu'baeh,John\ Samuel\ Edward'Yih. Sept. i, 1835, in Hawley, 

Mass.; m. Harriet Louise Cornell, b. in Lebanon, N. Y., dau. of 

PhilipR. Cornell of Savoy, Mass. She d. 1903. William A. Fuller 

resides in Peru, Mass. 

Children. 

70, 1. Georgietta9, b. Aug. 22, 1864; ra. March 4, 1883, 

Charles Maynard of Savoy. 
80. *II. Clarence C.9, b. Mar. 25, 1867, in Windsor, Mass. 

NINTH GENERATION. 
53. Lewis Edgar9 Fuller, ( Clark W?, Jonathant, Jonatharfiy 
Shubaeli, Shubael\ John\ Samuel', Edward'), b. June 25, 1853, in 
Hawley, Mass.; m. (i) Amy Dedrick, b. in New York state, d. 
; m. (2) Carrie L. Andrews. 



shubaelS fuller's descendants. »97 

Children by first wife. 

8 1. I. Ella May's b. March 21, 1884. 

82. II. Leonard S.'°, b. June 16, 1885. 
By second wife. 

83. III. Edward Walton'", b. 1892 in Boston, Mass. 

84. IV. Floyd'°, b. 1893 in Boston, Mass. 

85. V. Rex'°, b. 1895 in Boston, Mass. 

86. VI. William Anderson'°, b. March 19, 1898; d. March 

20, 1898. 

87. VII. Ernest Everett'", b. June 30, 1899. 

88. VIII. Ella May'°, b. 1904 in Savoy, Mass. 

89. IX. Dottie Sarah'", b. 1904 in Savoy, Mass. 
89 J. X. Amy Louise'", b. 1905 in Savoy, Mass. 

65. pR.'^Nas V.9 Fuller, {Rolando Shubaei^, Shubatli^ Jona- 
iharfi, Shubael^, Shubaeh, John^, Samuel^, Edward^^^ b. Aug. 13, 
1867, at Cicero, N. Y. ; m. 1897, Annie Forbes. 

Children. 

90. 1. Myrtle'", b. Feb. 3, 1898. 

91. II. Earl'", b. April 8, 1901. 

92. III. Arthur Rolando'", b. April 17, 1903. 

66. Frederick M.9 Fuller, {Rolando Shubael^, ShubaeP, 
Jonathat^, Shubael^, Shubaeh, John^, Samuel', Edward^) , b. Jane 
3, 1869, in Cicero, N. Y. ; m. April, 1891, Jessie Oberland. 

Children. 

Marion L.'", b. Aug. 30, 1892. 

Vilan'", b. June 26, 1894. 

Leo'", b. Sept. 7, 1895. 

Ira'", b. July 23, 1898. 

Robert Theodore'", b. April 11, 1901. 

Frederick Rolando'", b. June 30, 1904. 

75. Albert Louisa Fuller, {Jonathat^, Irai, Jonaihai^, 
Shubaeli, Shubaeh, Johri^, Samuel', Edward^), b. April 24, 1872, 
in Savoy ; m. Cora Larkin. 

Child. 
99. Gordon Lewis'", b. Jan. 2, 1898. 

79. Clarence C.9 Fuller, ( IViHiam A.^, Irat, Jonathatfi, 
Shubaeli, Shubael^, John^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. March 25, 1867, 
in Windsor, Mass.; m. (i) Oct. 23, 1889, Mary M. Stiles, daa. of 



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William and Martha J. Stiles of Hawley, Mass. She d. June i-f., 
1891 ; m. (2) Dec. 31, 1894, Barbara C. Thomson, b. in Benick, 
Scotland, dau. of James and Isabel (Graham) Thomson. No 
children. 

Mr. C. C. Fuller was Town Clerk of Hawley, and a merchant at 
V/est Hawley, Mass., but removed to Peru, Mass., in 1907, with his 
father, William A. Fuller. In 1908, removed to Prescott, Mass. 

TWENTIETH GROUP. 
FIFTH GENERATION. 
84. Davids Fuller, {Edward\ John\ Samud\ Edward^), b. 
Jan. 26, 1727-8, probably in Colchester, Ct.; m. Feb. 15, 1748, 
Sarah Rust. According to Newton Fuller, he m. (2) Dec. 16, 1756, 
Lucy^ (Fuller) Williams, (Samuels, SamueU, John3, Samuel', 
Edward'). 
Children. 

1. I. Abigail^ bapt. Sept. II, 1748. 

2. II. Sarah^ bapt. April 2, 1749* at Westchester Church. 
" Probably other children. I have not been able to discover when 

or where he died." (H. W. Brainard.) 

TWENTY-FIRST GROUP. 
FIFTH GENERATION. 
88. Johns Fuller, {phn\ Johni, Samuel\ Edward'), b. 
Jan. 29, 1727, in East Haddam ; d. Mar. 7, 1789, at East 

Hampton, Ct., aged 62 years; m. Susannah It is 

possible that Susannah was his second wife, and that he wedded 
Sarah Hamlin at Millington Feb. 10, 1746-7; this however 
is only conjecture, as I cannot offer any documentary proof; 
his death is variously given, both 1788 and 1789. Sarah Hamlin, 
b. April 24, 1728, in Midd'.etown, was dau. of Nathaniel and Sarah 
(Harris) Hamlin of Middletown, Ct. (See Andrews' Giles Hamlin 
Family, p. 99.) (H. W. Brainard.) According to Newton Fuller, 

Johns m. (i) Sarah Hamlin, Feb. 10, 1746 ; m. (2) Susannah 

Children, recorded in Middletown. 
J. I. Susannah^, b. July 7, 1751- 

2. II. John6,b. July 16, 1754. „ ^ ^ o. 

t. III. Mary^ b. Oct. 29, 1756; m. March 16, i78o» 

NaUian Burnham of East Haddam. 



WILLIAMS fuller's DESCENDANTS. I99 

4. IV. Ezra^ b. Sept. 17, 1765. 

5. V. Andrew^, b. Sept. 5, 1768; d. Feb. 22, 1843, *' 

West Chester, Ct. 

6. VI. Sylvester^, bapt. April 2, 1771. 

Probably others. 

TWENTY-SECOND GROUP. 
FIFTH GENERATION. 

89, Williams Fuller, {John^, John^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. 
June 16, 1729, in East Haddam ; d. there Dec. 25, 1768; m. 
March 8, 1757, Rebecca Spencer, perhaps dau. of Micajah and 
Sarah (Bogue) Spencer of East Haddam, b. about 1736, d. 1780. 

The inventory of Rebecca Fuller, late of East Haddam, deceased, 
was taken March 13, 1780. Distribution of estate to William, 
Huldah, Stephen and Rebecca Fuller, her children. Last two under 
age. (Colchester Probate Records, vol. v., p. 18.) 
Children, born in East Haddam. 

Andrew Cornwall'^, b. Nov. 15, 1757. 
William Ward^ b. Nov. 23, 1760. 
Huldah^, b. Jan. 26, 1762; m. Nov. 16, 1779, 
Rufus Glass of Wells, Vt., where she lived and 
where her children were born. Rufus and 
Hannah Glass both d. in epidemic of 181 3. He 
perhaps b. in Colchester, Ct. Children, b. at 
Wells, Vt. : (i) Ru/usT. {2) WillidnO. (3) 
MaryT. (4) ArunahT. (5) AiiceT. (6) SusannaT. 
(7) Lucindai. (8) Roxannai. (Vl Hist. 
Register.) 

4. tlV. Stephen^, b. March 29, 1764. 

5. V. Rebecca^ b. Jan. 2, 1768; m. William Cowdry. 

Resided in East Haddam, Wells, Vt., and (1809) 
Middletown, Vt., where she died. (Vt. HisL 
Register.) Children, b. in Wells, Vt. : (i) 
WarrenT, b. Oct. 17, 1788. (2) Siepheni, b. 
Feb. 16, 1 79 1. (3) Dyari, b. Oct. 4, 1793. 
(4) Oliver^. ("He wrote the revelation of 
Joseph Smith, Mormon, he being ignorant and 
unable to do it himself.") There were six sons 
and two daughters ; Oliver was the youngest son. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

2. William Ward'^ Fuller, ( William^, John^, Johri^, Samuel*^ 
Edward^) f b. Feb. 23, 1760, in East Haddam, Ct; d. there Dec 



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27, 1823; m. (i) Nov. 8, 1 781, Susannah Knowlton of East 
Haddam, b. Oct. 21, 1759, ^' ^^^- 3°» 1820, dau. of Stephen 
Knowlton. 

William Ward Fuller removed from East Haddam for a time, but 
returned. 

Children, born at East Haddam. 

6. I. Obadiah?, b. Aug. 8, 1782. 

7. H. Lura7, b. Feb. 2, 1785 ; d. March 4, 1786. \ 

8. HI. Clara7, b. May 22, 1786; d. Jan. 18, 1789. 

9. tlV. William Ward7, b. Feb. 2, 1788. 

10. V. Susanna?, b. Feb. 27, 1790; m. Feb. 7, 1832, Alvan 

Brooks of Exeter, N. Y. 

11. VI. Keulah?, b. Sept. 21, 1791 ; m. Nov. 25, 1813, 

George B. Chapman of East Haddam, Ct. 

12. tVII. Truman7, b. Nov. 9, 1793. 

13. $Vni. Stephen? 2d, b. Feb. 10, 1796. 

14. IX. Hiram?, b. March 10, 1798; d. Sept. 16, 1818. 

15. X. Flora?, b. Jan. 15, 1801 ; m. Jan. 22, 1828, 

Chauncey B. Phelps. 

4. Stephen*^ Fuller, ( IViV/iamS, /o/irf^, /ohn^, Samuel^, Ed- 
ward^), b. March 29, 1764, at East Haddam; d. there Jan. 2, 
1832; m. Nov. 8, 1789, Hannah Smith, b. Jan. 6, 1764, at East 
Haddam, d. there March 22, 1831, dau. of Matthew and Thankful 
(Ackley) Smith of East Haddam. Stephen Fuller resided in North 
Moodus, on the place now occupied by George Worthington. He 
resided some years in North Bolton, Ct., now Vernon. 
Children, recorded at Bollon. 

Twins, d. in infancy. 
Benjamin Ackley?, b. Sept. 7, 1799. 
Samuel?, b. May 26, 1801 ; d. in Michigan, unm*-^ 
Jerusha?, b. Feb. 7, 1804; m. Oliver Dickinson, 
June 22, 1823. Went to Michigan. 
20. V. Hannah Smith, b. Oct. 15, 1806; d. ae. 22 years. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

6. Obadiah? Fuller, ( IVilliam IVard^, William^, John^, John\ 
Samuel*, Edward^), b. May 30, 1784, in East Haddam, Ct. ; d. 
Sept. 6, 1825, in Carlton, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 12, 1806, Achsah Gates, 
b. June 15, 1784, d. Oct. 21, 1843, <i*u« ©^ Ephraim Gates. 

Mr. Obadiah Fuller removed to Genessee, Orleans Co., N. Y., 
about 1S08. 



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Children, Beulah b. in Paris, N. Y., the others in Hamilton, N. Y. 

21. I. Achsah"^, b, Nov. 13, 1806; d. June, 1849; unm. 

22. II. Beulah^ b. Oct. 23, 1808; m. Oct. 26, 1826, 

Sheldon Tomlin. 

23. III. Orra^, b. Sept. 30, 1810; m. May 9, 1831, Eben 

Greeley of Attica, N. Y. 

24. IV. Obadiah*', b. April 26, 1813; m. Oct. 22, 1S34, 

Mary L. Buck. 

25. V. John'^', b. July 12, 1815 ; m. Sept. 17, 1837, Betsey 

Greenman. 

26. VI. Otis^, b. Dec. 31, 181 7 ; m. Oct. 9, 1845, Lorenda 

Barry. 

27. VII. Lydia Gates^, b. ? 22, 1820; m. June 29, 1856, 

Isaac Van Fleet. 

28. VIII. William Ward^ b. July 11, 1823; m. (i) Sept. 5, 

1848, Euieline Skillenger; m. (2) 1876, Louisa 
Morris. (Newton Fuller MSS.) 

9. William Ward7 Fuller, ( IViUiain Ward^, Williatn^, John*, 
John^, Satnuel\ Edward'), b. May 18, 1788, at East Haddam, Ct.; 

d. ; m. May 26, 181 1, Abigail Gates. 

He lived in New York State. 
Children. 

$1. Truman'^, b. Jan. 19, 1815. * 

II. Hiram^, b. ; lived in Illinois. 

III. Lavinia*^, b. ; m. Israel Shipman. 

IV. Stephen**, b. 181 7 ; d. 1880 at Sandwich, 111. 
V. Eliza'', b. ; m. Matthew Godfrey. 

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VII. Maria^, b. ; m. E. M. Ballou; Sandwich, 

111. 

36. VIII. Julia^, b. ; m. John Dobbins; Iowa. 

(Newton Fuller MSS.) 

12. Truman? Fuller, {William IVard^, William^, John^,John^, 
Samuel^, Edward^), b. Nov. 2, 1793, in East Haddam; d. there 
April 4, 1875, aged 81 years; m. (i) Sept. 23, 1819, Matilda Lord 
of Hamilton, N. Y., b. 1797, d. Jan. 13, 1848, aged 51 years, at 
East Haddam, Ct. ; m. (2) June iS, 1848, Louisa P. Cook. 

Truman Fuller lived in the northern part of the village of 
Moodus, on the farm afterwards occupied by Asa Shailer. 

Children. 

37. tl. Stephen^, b. Oct. 7, 1821. 



202 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

38. *II. William Lord"5, b. June 5, 1823. 

39. III. Eliza Howell^, b. Feb. 13, 1826; m. David S. 

Purple of East Haddam (Moodus). She d. 
Sept. 22, 1897. No children. He d. Feb. 13, 
1892. 

40. IV. Flora Lucinda^, b. June 21, 1829; m. Eber Ray. 

He is dead ; she resides at Meriden, Ct. Chil- 
dren : (i) Ada M.9, b. Oct. 5, 1848. (2) 
Henry A.9, b. Nov. 3, 1850. . (3) Chatles ^.9, b. 
Mar. 4, 1852. (4) Eugene M.^, b. April 10, 
1855. (5) FloribeWi, b. Jan. 24, 1870. 

41. tV. Henry Truman^, b. Aug. 4, 1831. 



13. Stephen? Fuller, ( William Ward^^ William^, Jckn^, John^, 
Samuel\ Ethcard'), b. Feb. 10, 1796, in East Haddam, Ct. j d. 
; m. Sept. 2, 182 1, Eliza Howell. 



17. Benjamin Acklev? Fuller, {Stephen^, IViHiam^, John^, John^, 
SamueP, Edward^), b. Sept. 7, 1799, in Bolton, Ct., now Vernon; 
d. July 4, 1881, in Tyringham, Mass., ae. 81 yrs., 10 mos., 27 days; 
m. Nov. 23, 1822, at Northampton, Mass., Mary F. Keith, b. in 
Ellington, Ct., Aug. 20, 1804, d. June 4, 1833. 

Children. 

42. I. Mary Ann A.^ b. Jan. 24, 1826, recorded in North- 

ampton; d. ; m. June i, 1844, William 

H. Rowe. 

43. II. Ann Janette'', b. Dec. 13, 1826, recorded in North- 

ampton ; m. Sept. 30, 1874, Erastus D. Cone. 

44. III. Maria Louise*^, b. Feb. 27, 1833, in Lee, Mass.; m. 

Dec. 24, 1849, Edmund H. Saunders, b. in 
Bozrah, Ct., Feb. 27, 1830, and had : (i) Samuel 
K.'>, b. May 21, 1850. (2) William Ostrander^, 
b. April 21, 1855. (3) Mary Marian, b. Feb. 
II, 1857. (4) Grace Eugenfi, b. Dec. 14, i860. 
Mr. E. H. Saunders d. May 29, 1908, at Lee, 
Mass. 

45. IV. George Ackley^, b. Sept. 12, 1834, in Lee, Mass.; 

d. Aug. 4, 1873; m. Sarah Campbell of West 
Meriden, Dec. 21, 1863. No children. 

46. tV. Charles Henry^, b. Nov. i, 1837, in Lee; d. Feb. 

16, 1 88 1, in Augusta, Ga. 

47. $VI. William Franklin^, b. Jan. 26, 1 841, in Lee, Mass. 



WILLIAMS fuller's DESCENDANTS. 203 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

29. TrumanS Fuller, {William Wardi, William Ward^, 
William^, John*, Johni, Samuel*, Edward^), b. Jan. 19, 1815, at 
Hamilton, N. Y. ; m. (i) Sept. i, 1836, Martha Chapman ; m. (2) 
Jan. 17, 1848, Abigail Hutchinson. 

Children, by first wife. 

48. I. Lydia A9, b. . 

49. n. Warren C.9, b. . 

50. in. Angeline9, b. . 

51. IV. Alzina9, b. 



52. V. Martha B.9, b. 
Children, by second wife. 

53. VI. Sarah A.9, b. - 

54. VII. John T,9, b. — 

55. VIII. Eliza R.9, b. - 



56. IX. Lovina9, b. 

57. X. Stephen W.9, b. ; lived at Eaton Rapids, 

Mich. (Newton Fuller MSS.) 

37. Stephen* Fuller, {TrumatP, William Ward^, Williams^ 
John*, Johni, Samuel*, Edward^), b. Oct. 7, 182 1, at East Haddam ; 
d. Nov., 1885, at Deep River, Ct. ; m. Feb. 8, 1843, I^ura Chap- 
man, b. 1827 at East Haddam, d. April 25, 1897, at East Hartford, 
Ct., dau. of Horace Chapman. ^ 

Children. 

58. I. Edgar Wilson9, b. . Resides at Hartford, Ct. 

59. II. Ida, b. ; m. G. S. Parker. Resides at 

Hartford, Ct. Has one son, Frank'". 

38. William Lord^ Fuller, {IrumanT, William Ward\ 
Williams, John*, Johni, Samuel*, Edward^), b. June 5, 1823, at 
East Haddam; d. there Oct. 10, 1882 ; m. Sept. 17, 1845, Emeline 
Arnold, b. 1827, d. Oct. 22, 1884, ae. 57 years, at East Haddam, 
dau. of Dea. Samuel Arnold of Millington, East Haddam. 

Children, bom in East Haddam. 

60. I. Frances Electa9, b. June 15, 1847; m. Charles H. 

Emily; she d. Oct. 4, 1898. No children. 

61. til. William Arnold", b. Aug. 24, 1857. 

41. Henry Truman* Fuller, ( Truman^, William Ward^, William^, 
John*,John\ Samuel*, Edward^), b. Aug. 4, 183 1, in East Haddam; 



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m. (i) July 10, 1855, Mary Eliza Emmons, b. April, 1834, in East 
Haddam, d. there Nov. 5, 1863, dau. of Joseph Gilbert and Sarah 
(Hall) Emmons of East Haddam; m. (2) March 22, 1865, 
Elizabeth H. Lewis, b. Dec. 5, 1830, d. at East Haddam March 
5, 1896, ae. 66 years. 

Mr. Fuller is a farmer at East Haddam. 
Children, born in East Haddam. 

Frederick T.9, b. Nov. 9, 1857; d. Feb. 14, 1858. 
Charles H.9, b. July 13, i860; d. Nov. 21, 1862. 
Charles Emmons'^, b. Oct. 25, 1863; d. Dec. 29, 

1864. 
Stephen^, b. and d. Dec. 9, 1868. 
George L.9, b. May 14, 1871 ; m. and has one son. 



46. Charles Hf.nrv^ Fuller, {Benjamin AckleyT, Stephen^ ^ 
William^, John^, John^, Samuel^, E(i7vard^), b. Nov. i, 1837, in 
Lee, Mass.; d. in Augusta, Ga., Feb. 16, 1881 ; m. Feb. 16, 1864, 
Matilda S. Irion, b. in Great Barrington, Mass., May 28, 1840, d. 
Aug. I, 1880. 

Children. 

67. I. George Irion*?, b. Sept. 21, 1866, in Lee, Mass. 

68. II. Alice Henrietta^, b. June 5, 1870, in South Nor- 

walk, Ct. ; d. ; m. Banziger and 

had one dau., residing in Waterbury, Ct. 

69. III. Edwin Charles^, b. Jan. 14, 1874, in South Norwalk, 

Ct- 

70. IV. Fred Henry9, b. Aug. 18, 1876, in Westiield, Mass. 

71. V. Louis Harding9, b. May 26, 1879, in Westfield, 

Mass.; d. there July 28, 1879. 



47. William Franklin^ Flxler, {Benjamin AckleyJ, Stephen^, 
IViiliam^, John'>, John^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Jan. 26, 1839, 
(Family Bible), Jan. 26, 1841 (See Vital Records as published) ; 
m. Dec. 31, 1863, in Lee, Mass., Fidelia Kroh, b. July 16, 1846, d. 
in Torrington, Ct., Oct. 4, 1902. 

He resides in Torrington, Ct. Is a soldier of the Civil War ; was 
a member of the " Forlorn Hope " in the attack on " Port Hudson " 
and was at " Danielsonville." Enlisted Sept., 1862, at Lee; dis- 
charged at Pittsfield, Mass., Sept., 1863, and paid off; ** had nearly 
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Children. 

72. 1 1. Frank W.9, b. Jan. 20, 1867, in Warren, Mass. 

73. II. Grace A,9, b. Nov. 23, 1868, in Adams, Mass. 

74. III. Joseph C.9, b. Dec. 27, 1873, ^^ Adams, Mass. 

75. tlV. George A.9, b. Jan. 27, 1875, in Pittsfield, Mass. 

76. V. Nettie G.9, b. Sept. 12, 1876, in Pittsfield, Mass.; 

m. Nov. 28, 1900, Geo. J. Rivera of Torrington, 
Ct. 

77. tVI. Caleb S.9, b. June 11, 1878, in Pittsfield, Mass. 

78. VII. Dolly9, b. Feb. 16, 1880, at Windsor; d. Aug. 3, 

1880. 

79. VIII. Daisy J.9, b. Nov. 3, 1881 ; m. at Torrington, Ct., 

May 29, 1 90 1, Charles Manchester. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

61. William Arnold9 Fuller, (IVtV/iam Lordly TrumanT, 
William Ward^^ William^, John^, John^, Samuel*, Edward^) , b. 
Aug. 24, 1857 ; ra. Carrie E. Woodhouse. They reside in Denver, 
Col. 

Children. 

80. I. William Oliver'°, b. July 2, 1891. 

66. George L.9 Fuller, {Henry Trtimar^, TrumarPy William 
Ward^, William^, John'>, Johni, Samuel*, Edward^), b. May 14, 
1871 ; m. . 

Children. 

81. I. A son'°, b. . 



72. Frank W.9 Fuller, ( William Franklin^, Benjamin Ackleyi, 
Stephetfi, William^, John^, John^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. Jan. 20, 
1867, in Warren, Mass.; m. Dec. 25, 1892, Lula Ashly. 
Resides in Torrington, Ct., where he is a contractor and builder. 
Children. 
82. I. Harold'°, b. Dec. 25, 1892 ; d. Oct. 23, 1907, in 

Torrington. 

75. George A.9 Fuller, ( William Franklin^, Benjamin AckUyt, 
Stephen^, William^, John'>, Johni, Samuel*, Edward^), b. Jan, 27, 
1875, in Pittsfield, Mass.; m. Nov. 20, 1896, Jane Damon of 
Beacon Falls, Ct. Resides at Torrine;ton, Ct. 



2o6 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

77. Caleb S.*^, Fuller, ( William Franklin^, Benjamin AckleyT, 
Stephen^\ IVilliam^, John^, John^, Samuel^, Edward^),\i.]\xvie ii, 
1878, in Pittsfield, Mass.; ni. May 25, 1900, Jessie Carrington. 
Resides in Torrington, Cl. 
Children. 
83. I. Alta Etta'°, b. Nov. 26, 1902, at Beacon Falls, Ct. 

TWENTY-THIRD GROUP. 
FIFTH GENERATION. 

93. Josephs Fuller, {Joseph^, John^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. 
in East Haddam or Colchester, about 1723; d. July 13, 1795, and 
was buried at Centre Moreland, Luzerne Co., Pa., twelve miles from 
Wilkesbarre. He m. Aug. 10, 1752, at Kent, Ct., Zerviah Hill, 
b. at Sherborn, Mass., July 13, 1732, dau. of Solomon and Mary 
(Adams) Hill, who probably lived for awhile in Canterbury, Ct., but 
who removed with his family about 1745 to New Fairfield, Ct., and 
was one of the first white men who died in that town. 

Joseph Fuller lived for a time in Stockbridge and Egremont, 
Mass. Berkshire deeds show that he owned land there in 1767, and 
the same deeds show that he possessed land in the Wyoming Valley 
in 1772, where perhaps he had intention of settling. The outbreak 
of the Revolution caused him to return to Kent. Both he and his 
son Joshua were Revolutionary soldiers, Joseph being a Captain in 
the 1 8th Conn. Regiment. Late in 1794 or early in 1795 he sold 
his land in Kent to his brother Jeremiah and removed to Plymouth, 
Luzerne Co., Pa. Jackson township was set off from Plymouth and 
the first settlement made in 1795. Huntsville was also in this town- 
ship. Joshua, Benajah and Jehiel Fuller were in Jackson in 1795. 
Wright's History of Plymouth speaks of these men as among a 
"class of pioneers who scaled the northern wall of Shawnee Moun- 
tain, and settled on the western slope literally in the wilderness." 
The first frame house in Huntsville was built by the Fullers. 
Philetus? Fuller, a grandson of Josephs, was the first white person 
buried in Jackson, being interred in the forest where the cemetery 
now is. 

Children. 

I. 4:L Joshua^ b. July 11, 1753, at Kent. 

a. tn. Benajah^ b. June 4, 1756, at Kent. 



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3. III. Lydia^ b. April 23, 1758, in Kent. 

4. IV. Joseph"^, b. Dec. 19, 1760, in Kent. 

5. tV. Jehiel^ b. Oct. 15, 1763, in Kent. 

6. VI. Abigail*^, b. May 16, 1766, in Kent; in. April 11, 

1784, Darius Calkins. 

7. , VII. Ruth^ b. Sept. 3, 1769, in Stockbridge. 

8. VIII. Zerviah*^, b. May 24, 1774, at Sharon or Kent; m. 

1793, John Winter of West Stockbridge, Mass. 

9. IX. Jeremiah*^, b. Feb. 24, 1776, in Sharon or Kent; d- 

Oct. 31, 1837. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

1. Joshua*^ Fuller, ( Joseph^, Joseph'*^ John^, Samuel^ ^ Edward^ ) , 
b. July II, 1753, at Kent, Ct. ; m. 1776, Sibyl Champion, b. July 19, 
1756, in Salisbury, Ct., dau. of Daniel and Esther Champion of 
Sharon, Ct. Kent Church Record says : " Sibbel the wife of Joshua 
Fuller bapt. and received into the church Nov., 1792 and their 
children Lydia, Philetus, Lavinia, Hannah and Abraham all baptised 
Dec. 20, 1792." 

In 1794-5 Joshua Fuller removed to Huntsville, Luzerne Co., Pa., 
where he d. May x6, 181 5, ae. 62 years, 10 months. He was a 
soldier of the Revolutionary War, serving from Kent, Ct. Buried at 
Huntsville. 

Children, born in Kent, Ct. 

10. %\, Sylvanus', b. Feb. 24, 1778. 

11. II. Lydia7, b. Nov. 5, 1779; d. ; m. March 22, 

1 80 1, Benjamin, son of David and Hannah 
(Andrus) Reynolds of Wilkesbarre, (?) Pa. 
Children: (i) William Champiorfi, b. Dec. 9, 
1801 ; d. July 25, 1869; m. June 19, 1832, Jane 
Holberton Smith, dau. of John and Frances 
(Holberton) Smith. Children bom at Wilkes- 
barre, Pa. : i, Frances Lydia9, b. , d. 

young; ii, Mary Clinton9, b. , d. young; 

iii, Eraily9, b. , d. young; iv, George 

Murray^, b. July 17, 1838, d. Sept. 24, 1904, m. 
Stella Dorrance — they had two children ; v, 
Charles Dennison9, b. April 17, 1840, d. April 30, 
1869, m. Mary Burtis; vi, Elizabeth Reynolds^, 
b. April 13, 1842, m. Oct. i, 1868, Robert Bruce 
• Ricketts, son of Elijah G. and Margaret Lock- 

hart Ricketts, b. April 29, 1839; he served in 
the Civil War from April, 1861, to April, 1865; 



2o8 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

children: (Ricketts) i, William Reynolds'", b. 
July 29, 1S69, graduated Yale 1892 ; 2, Jane 
Holberton'", b. May 25, 1873 ; 3, Francis Leigh'°, 
1). Dec. 2, iSSi ; vii, Sheldon'', b. Feb. 22, 1844, 
d. Feb. 8, 1895, m. Anna Dorrance ; viii, Benja- 
min", b. Dec. 25, 1849, m. Grace Goodwin 
Fuller, had one daughter. (2) Chauncey Andru^, 
b. Dec. 31, 1803; d. Nov. 23, 1868. (3) 
Hannah^, b. Oct. 22, 1806, d. Aug. 21, 1845; 

m. Dr. A. Bedford. (4) Clara^, b. ; d. 

May I, 1S76; unm. (5) Elijah W^, (Worth- 
ington?), b. July 18, 1813; d. Sept. 25, 1869. 
{G) Joshi/a Fuller'^, b. April 5, 1814; d. May i, 
1874; m. Flizabeth B. Hancock, b. Sept. 9, 
1824, at Kingston, Pa. (7) Georg(^, b. May 29, 
1817; d. June 25, 1835. (8) Abram H?, b. 
Aug. 14, 1819; d. Dec. 4, 1890. (9) Emily 
Elizd/n'lJfi, b. April 21, 1822 ; d. June, 1896. 

12. III. Philetus7, b. Se;)t. 2, 17S2; killed by a falling tree 

March 13, 1798. 

13. IV. Lavinia7, b. Feb. 24, 1785; d. ; m. March 

21, 1S04, Amos Brown; he d. Jan. 21, 1870, ae. 
84 years, 10 months, 27 days, and is buried in 
Ide burying ground, Luzerne Co., Pa. Children : 
Jcnmialv', b. Feb. i, 1805 ; d. Dec. 17, 1879. 

Annis', b. April 25, 1787 ; d. Nov. 17, 1878. 

Abrahaui", b. Feb. 8, 1790. 

Hannah7, b. June 25, 1793; ^^- Aug. 15, 1814, 
Josejjh Lovett Worthington. 
Born at Plymouth, Luzerne Co., Pa. 
17. $VIIL Stephen?, b. March 17, 1797. 

2. Benajah^' Fuller, {Joseph^, Joseph"^, John^, Samuel^, 
Eihcard^), b. June 4, 1756, at Kent, Ct. ; m. Dec. 24, 1777, at 
Kent, Ct., Catherine Thompson, b. 1759, d. Sept. 12, 1S42, ae. 82 
years, 9 months, 28 days (gravestone). 

Settled in Huntsville, Luzerne Co., Pa., in 1795. Both died at 
Huntsville. Benajah and his brothers were large land owners and 
were hardy, honest men. 

First two children recorded on Kent records. 

Children, born at Kent, Ct. 

18. *L William?, b. Dec. 17, 1778. 

19. $ IL Jeremiah?, b. Nov. 18, 1783. 

20. lU. Lydia?, bapt. March, 1786, (or May, at Kent) ; m. 

William Trucks. 



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IV. Lucy7, bapt. 1791 ; m. Roberts. 

Probably born in Huntsville, Pa. 

Laura?, b. ; in. Trusdall. 

Isaac 7, b. . 

Lois7, b. ; m. Daniel Ruggles. 

Clarissa?, b, ; m. Truman Atherton of 

Plymouth, Pa., and had dau. Louisa^, who m. E. 

Bogardus and removed to Huron Co., Ohio. 



5. Jehiel^ Fuller, {Joseph'^, Joseph^, Johnny Samuel^ ^ Edward^) ^ 
b. Oct. 15, 1763, in Kent, Ct. ; d. July 16, 1827, in Huntsville, Pa.; 
m. Jan. i, 1787, Hannah Hill, who was b. at Saybrook, Ct., April 6, 
1767. He removed to Luzerne Co., Pa., about 1792. 

Children. 

26. tl. Orange?, b. Nov. 12, 1787, at Sharon, Ct. 

27. $11. Ambrose?, b. Sept. 7, 1790, at Sharon, Ct. 

28. III. Melinda?, b. July 28, 1793, at West Stockbridge, 

Mass.; d. Aug. 14, 1825. 

29. IV. Harry H.?, b. Aug. 26, 1796, at Plymouth, Pa. 

30. V. Chauncey?, b. June 20, 1799, at Northmoreland; 

(m. Sarah Wheeler, N. F.) 

31. VI. Polly?, b. Jan. 12, 1803, at Northmoreland, Pa.; 

d. Jan. 6, 1887, at Kewannee, 111. 

32. tVII. Jehiel?, b. Jan. 26, 1806, at Northmoreland, Pa. ; 

d. Dec. 24, 1834. 

33. VIII. Hannah?, b. July 12, 1811, at Northmoreland, Pa.; 

m. Virgil Pike and had two daughters, Rachel'^ 
and Claribel^, and one son, Andreu^^ who was 
killed in battle during the Civil War. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

10. SvLVANUS? Fuller, {JoshuaP, Joseph^, Joseph^, John\ 

SafHuel*, Edward^) y b. Feb. 24, 1778, at Kent, Ct. ; d. ; m. 

March 2, 1806, Betsey Winter. 

He was a thrifty farmer, good-natured and full of fun, respected 
and beloved by all his neighbors. He removed to Lorain Co., Ohio, 
about 1830-5, and accumulated a handsome property. His sou, 
Abram^, lived on the homestead in Pa. (Huntsville? ) 

Children. 

34. I. Abram^, b. . 

35. II. Patience^, b. ; m. Dr. Robinson. 



2IO DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

17. Stephen? Fuller, {Joshua^, Joseph^, Joseph^, John^, 
Samuel^, Edward^), b. March 17, 1797, at Plymouth, Luzerne Co., 
Pa.; m. Dec. 12, 1822, in Dallas, Luzerne Co., Pa., Anna Hamilton 
Pratt, b. Sept. 23, 1800, in Goshen, Ct., dau. of Silas and Freelove 
(Wright) Pratt. 

Stephen Fuller left Pennsylvania with a team and wagon ; stopped 
a short time at Cleveland, Ohio, and settled at Dixon, 111., in the fall 
of 1836, and was one of the very earliest inhabitants. He lived for 
a time in a log-house built by Dr. Everett, who had settled there a 
few months earlier. He was a charter member of Friendship Lodge, 
No. 7, A. F. and A. M., which he joined July 29, 1841, and at the 
time of his death was the oldest member. He died April 3, 1885. 
His wife Anna died Jan. 18, 1851. 

Children. 

36. L Silas Pratt^ b. Dec. 8, 1823; d. Dec. 21, 1844. 

37. H. Champion"^, b. June 25, 1825; (m. JuUa Reynolds, 

N. F.) 

38. HL Washington Irving^**, b. Nov. 28, 1827; d. Sept. 19, 

1831. 

39. tlV. William Henry^ b. Aug. 25, 1831. 

40. V. Abraham**, b. Feb. 9, 1837 ; d. unmarried. 

41. VL Caroline^ b. Oct. 4, 1844; m. James Hamblin 

Poorman j resides at Lyons, Iowa. 

18. William? Fuller, {Benajah^, Joseph^, Joseph, Johri^, 
Samuel'', Eihoard^), b. Dec. 17, 1778, at Stockbridge, Mass.; m. in 
1 801, Amy Allen, b. Dec. 30, 1778, at Stockbridge, Mass., d. Jan. 
13, 1 86 1, in Huntsville, Pa. ; dau. of Samuel Allen. 

William Fuller first settled at Kingston, now Dorranceton. Iri 
1795, he moved to Huntsville, and in 1802 two miles northward on 
the road to Harvey's Lake. He was a Baptist, and in politics a 
Whig. He was a careful farmer, a good neighbor, and a useful, 
consistent man and citizen. He was the first postmaster and the 
first school director of Lehman, and held a Captain's commission 
from Governor Snyder. 
Children. 

Sarah^, b. Sept. 6, 1802 ; d. Nov. 17, i86i. 

Miner^, b. . 

Benajah^, b. . 

Chester*, b. Jan. 22, 1815. 

Lucinda^, b. ; m. Jonathan Rusted. 



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47. VI. Eliza^, b. ; d. ; unm. 

48. VII. Angeline^, b. ; d. ; unm. 

49. VIII. Julia^, b. ; m. Isaac Clark. 

19. Jeremiah? Fuller, {Benajah^, Joseph^, Joseph^, John\ 
Safnuel*, Edward^), b. Nov. 18, 1783, in Kent, Ct, or Stockbridge, 

Mass. ; m. in Huntsville, Pa., Cynthia , who was bom Dec 2, 

1784, and d. Aug. 13, 1852, and is buried in Huntsville, Pa. 

Children. 

50. $!• Harvey^, b. . 



Note.— The above gleaned fiom gravestones, and town history. They probably had other 
children who are said to have " gone West." 

23. Isaac? Fuller, {Benajah^, Joseph^, Joseph^, John>^ Samuel*, 

Edward^), b. probably in Huntsville, Pa. ; d. ; m. in 

Leyden, Luzerne Co., Pa., Nancy VVorthington, b. July 1, 1792, in 
Colchester, Ct., dau. of Joseph L. and Sarah VVorthington of Col- 
chester, Ct., and Leyden, Pa. 
Children. 

51. I. Ellen C.^, b. April 16, 1830; m. Dec. 3, 1848, 

Daniel Nesbitt, b. July 9, 1814, at Plymouth, Pa. 
(See Harvey Gen., p. 361). 
A son^ ; d. young. 

A son^ ; settled in Bradford Co., Pa. , 
A son^ ; removed to the West. 
A son^. 
A son^. 

26. Orange? Fuller, {Jehiel^, Joseph^, Joseph^, John^, Samuel*, 
Edward^), b. Nov. 12, 1787, at Sharon, Ct. ; d. Aug. 30, 1838, in 
Stark Co., III. ; m. Hepzibah Monroe, who d. a few years later. He 
went with his father to Luzerne Co., Pa., about 1794, and about 
1836 em'igrated with his family to Stark Co., 111. 

Children. 

57. I. Ariel^, b. ; d. in Luzerne Co., Pa. 

58. II. Mahala*^, b. March 17, 1814; m. 1834 in Luzerne 

Co., Pa., Lemuel S. Dorrance and they emigrated 
to Stark Co., 111., the same year. Mr. Dorrance 
went to California in 1849 and died soon after 
arriving there. To them were bom : {i) Susarfi, 
(2) Henry B,9. (3) Orange F.9. (4) Martha*. 
{^) Jamefi. MahaJa, with two of her children. 



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212 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

emigrated to Northern Texas in 1857/ and 
afterwards removed to Indian Territory, and now 
resides with her daughter Martha in Oklahoma. 

59. $111. Chauncey l).^ b. . 

60. $ IV. Miles Avery^, b. April 25, 1822. 

61. *V. Abel Williston'^, b. Aug., 1824? (Cleveland 

Genealogy). 

62. 4: VI. Benjamin F.^, b. Feb. 7, 1825? 

63. tVII. George W.^, b. ; d. in Chicago, 111.; m. and 

had one son and one dau., both living, the son in 
Chicago. 

64. tVIII. Alexander Y.^, b. . 



27. Ambrose" Fuller, {Jthiel^', Joseph^, Joseph^, John^, Samuel^, 
EtiwariP), b. Sept. 7, 1790, at Sharon, Ct. ; d. May 30, 1845, in 
Stark Co., 111. ; m. Hannah Munson. 

Children, all but the last born in Luzerne Co., Pa. 

65. :t:I. Anselm^, b. Feb. 19, 181 7. 

66. II. Laton^, b. Aug. 9, 1818; d. Jan. i, 1901, in Stark 

Co., 111. ; unm. 

67. till. Clinton^ b. Oct. 3, 1820. 

68. tlV. Walter M.^ b. Sept. 20, 1822. 

69. V. Lucy M.^, b. Sept. 25, 1824, in Northumberland, 

I'a. ; d. Sept. 29, 1S93, in Elmira, Stark Co., 111. ; 
m. June 8, 1842, W. W. Winslow, b. Sept. 22, 
1817, in Montpeiier, Vt., d. Dec. 2, 1888, in 
Elmira, III. ; had children, all b. in Osceola, 
111.: (i) Ar/hi/r'\ b. Jan. 20, 1844; d. May 26, 
1 86 1. (2) Am/) rose F."*, b. April 28, 1846. (3) 
£//ie/i/i(9, b. Jan. 31, 1848. (4) Myra9, b. 
Dec. 26, 1854. (5) IViiliam A.9, b. June 5, 
1S62. 

70. VI. lanthe*^, b. June 10, 1827 ; d. Nov. 19, 1895, at 

Boulder, Col.; m. June 12, 1850, at Elmira, 
111., Henry Clay Henderson, who d. Aug. 12, 
1903, at Los Angeles, Cal. ; both were buried at 
^larshalltown, Iowa. Their children: (i) 
IVi/iiain Ambrostf\ b. March 14, 1851 at Wash- 
ington, D. C. ; d. Nov. 21, 1854, at Rock Island, 
111. (2) Florcnc(^\ b. Dec. 26, 1852, in Iowa; 
m. Jan. i, 1872, at Marshalltown, la., Henry C. 
Jones. (3) Lucy9, b. Dec. 8, 1854, at Rock 
Island, 111.; unm. (4) Sarah'), b. Sept. 28, 
1856, in Iowa; m. Oct. 15, 1879, at Marshall- 
town, la., A. Exum White. (5) Ida^^ b. Nov. 23, 



JOSEPHS fuller's DESCENDANTS. 213 

1858, at Marshalltown, la.; d. there Feb. 9, 
1 86 1. (6) Henrf>, b. Nov. 1 1, i860, at Marshall- 
town ; m. Dec. 4, 1893, at Los Angeles, Cal., 
Louise Anderson. (7) Chlo^, b. Nov. 6, 1S62, 
at Marshalltown; ni. June 23, 1886, Frank L. 
McCracken. {Z) Jiniiii^^, b. April 30, 1865, at 
Marshalltown; m. May 24, 1894 at Rockford, 
111., Nellie C. Bartlett. (9) Aiiaf), b. Sept. 20, 
1867, at Marshalltown. (10) lanthe^y b. 
April 26, 1 87 1, at Marshalltown. (11) Frank 
Gilbert^^ b. March 10, 1873, at Marshalltown; 
m. Aug. 30, 1906, at Santa Barbara, Cal., Lena 
Adela Reed. 

71. tvn. Ambrose^ Jr., b. Nov. 19, 1829. 

72. Vin. Hannah^, b. Jan. 28, 1832, in Luzerne Co., Pa.; d. 

Dec. 9, 1895, at Elmira, 111.; m. Sept. 12, 1S50, 
at Elmira, Edwin Rowland Boardman, b. March 3, 
1829, in Luzerne Co., Pa., d. July 25, 1891, at 
Elmira, 111. They had children, all b. at Elmira, 
111.: (i) Charles Osrcft, b. April 14, 1852; d. 
Aug. 7, 1852. (2) Mary Hannah^, b. Oct. 14, 
1853; m. J. M. Robinson; resides in Elmira. 
(3) Edwin Orlandif\ b. May 18, 1855 ; m. July 
24, 1878, Mila J. Huestis ; resides at Overton, 
Neb. (4) Nancy Jaufi, b. May 3, 1857; m. 
David M. Stuart; resides at Stuart, Neb. (5) 
Sarah Chirk), b. Dec. 7, 1861 ; d. Feb. i, 1865. 
(6) James Ambros(^\ b. Dec. 5, 1862 ; d. March 
29, 1864. (7) Adella Sabina9, b. June 8, 1866; 
d. July 8, 1878. (8) George Dana"), b. Oct. 19, 
1867; m. Maud Oziah; reside at Elmira. (9) 
Wi/liam Hen>y^, b. July 29, 1870; m. Eliza 
Kidd ; reside at Osceola, 111. (10) Anna Lorena^^ 
b. April 22, 1874 ; d. June 5, 1891. All who 
have died, buried at Elmira, 111. 

73. IX. Melinda^ b. Aug. 30, 1834. 

74. X. Emeline^ b. April 18, 1838; d. Oct. 18, 1S47, in 

Stark Co. 111. 

75. XI. Nancy'*, b. March 30, 1842, in Elmira, Stark Co., 

111.; m. there Nov. 19, i860, A. S. Murchison, b. 
in Scotland Nov. 12, 1834; came to America in 
f85o, removed in 1875 to Williamsburg, Iowa 
Co., Iowa. They had: (i) Effie Z^, b. SepL 
15, 1861. (2) Mary M.9, b. March 23, 1863. (3) 
Henry Z.9, b. Sept. 19, 1864. (4) Hannah A'.^, 
b. Jan. 19, 1866. (5) Nancy E.9, b. June 12, 
1867. (6) Ambrose A.9, b. Dec. 22, 1868. (7) 



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Martha £.">, b. March 4, 1870. (8) Clinton A.^, 
b. Jan. I, 1872 ; all b. in Elmira, 111. Those b. 
in Williamsburg, Iowa, were : (9) lanthe M.^, 
b. July 12, 1876. (10) Edwin R.^, b. March 16, 
1878. (11) Walter S.'),\i. k[ix\\ 24, 1884. All 
but two living (1907). 

32. Jehiel? Fuller, {Jehiel^, JoscpW^y Joseph'' , John^, Samuel^, 
Edward*), b. Jan. 26, 1806, at Northmoreland, Pa.; d. July 4, 
1871, at Saxon, Henry Co., 111.; m. Jan. 31, 1839, ^^ Peru, Huron 
Co., Ohio, Emeline Fellon, b. May 15, 1813, in New York State, d. 
Sept. 10, 1892, at Saxon. 

Children, all born at Saxon, Henry Co., 111. 

76. I. Helcn^, b. April 10, 1840; m. Aug. 23, 1863, at 

Saxon, Charles H. Maxfield. 
Amy"", b. June 3, 1842 ; d. Oct. 11, 1859, at Saxon. 
Baxter"^, b. March 29, 1844. 

Harriet^, b. Nov. 2, 1846; d. at Saxon Jan. 29, 
1S80; m. March 6, 1879, at Saxon, Peter 
Keckler. 

80. V. Sarah"^, b. Oct. 26, 1848 ; d. at Saxon Oct. 30, 

1 88 1 ; m. June 13, 1880, at Saxon, Edward E. 
Tyson. 

81. VI. Candace^ b. Feb. 15, 1851; d. May 18, 1905, at 

Ogden, Iowa; m. at Saxon Dec. 17, 1879, 
Daniel P. Eastman. 

82. *VII. Jehiel^ b. March 29, 1853. 

83. VIII. Mary Emeline^ b. Oct. 22, 1855 ; d. June 3, 1889, 

at St. Edward, Neb. ; m. at Saxon Feb. 27, 1877, 
Edward P. Hay ward. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

39. William Henry** Fuller, {StephenT,Joshu(^, Joseph^, Joseph^ ^ 
Johni, Samuel*, Edward*), b. Aug. 25, 1831, at Cleveland, Ohio; 
d. Nov. 3, 1859, at Peru, Illinois (?) ; m. March 15, 1856, Mary 
Emeline Love, b. Jan. 23, 1833, at Columbus, O., dau. of Charles 
and Emeline (Munson) Love of Peru, 111. 

Children, born at Peru, 111. 

84. I. William Henry9, b. Dec. 25, 1856; d. Feb., 1857. 

85. II. Frances Anna9, b. Dec. 11, 1857; m. at St. Louis 

Aug. I, 1877, Horace T. Currier of Chicago. 
He was son of Williber Hoyt and Ann (Clay) 
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Ernma^^, b. Aug. i6, 1878, at Chicago; m. at 
St, Andrew's Episcopal Church by Rev. William 
C. DeWitt on Jan. 18, 1898, to Sidney Ernest 
Collins, b. at Chicago Jan. 22, 1874, son of 
William James Collins, b. May 14, 1850, in 
Bristol, England, and Anna M. McCuUy, his wife, 
who was b. Aug. i, 1855, at Rochester, N. Y., 
dau. of William and Anna (Anderson) ? McCully. 

William James Collins was a son of Thos. Peter 
and Mary Ward Collins of Bristol, Eng. 

Children, b. at Chicago : (Collins) Frances 
Louise'', b. Oct. 22, 1898; bapt. Dec. 8, 1898. 
86. III. Charles L.9,b. July 1 9, i860; d. Feb. 3, 1 86 1. N. F. 

45. Chester^ Fuller, ( JVi7/iamT, Benajah% Joseph^, Josephs, 
John^, Samuel^, Edward'^, b. at Lehman, Luzerne Co. Pa., Jan. 22, 
1815 ; d. Dec. 27, 1904; m. 1843, Mary J. Elston, dau. of Samuel 
and Nancy Elston. 

He lived on the farm on which he was born at the northwest 
corner of the Huntsville Reservoir until 1897, when he sold his 
farm to Peter Bolen and bought a pleasant place at Ketchum's 
Corners, Idetown. Mr. Fuller, Jan., 1899, was 84 years of age, of 
bright mind and fairly active of body. He was a well to do farmer. 
In business he was thorough, honest and careful, but not grasping. 
Prior to 1897 he sold part of his farm to the Wilkesbarre Water Co. 
and the Huntsville Reservoir occupies it. 

He was a member of the Lehman Baptist Church for over forty 
years. In politics he was a Republican. He held a number of 
township offices and was in (1899) Postmaster at Idetown. 

Children, born at Lehman, Pa. 

87. I. Jenette9, b. ; d. unm. 

88. II. Clarissa^, b. ; d. ; m. George Snyder. 

89. III. Matilda M.^, b. ; m. Spencer D. Hunt and 

lives (1899) with her husband and son, William'", 
at Huntsville. 

90. IV. Albertine9, b. ; m. Ethan C. Allen of Ide- 

town. She is now living (1899). 

91. V. Estella9, b. ; m. James Brace. He died and 

she is now Hving (1899) with her two daughters 
and a son at the home of her father at Idetown. 

Note.— This record is made up from a Wilkesbarre newspaper article printed Jan.. 1899, and 
the facts given by Chester Fuller himself. 

Many items regarding the families of his father William and grandfather Bcnajah ajc faoM 
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50. Harvey^ Fuller, {Jere/niahT, Bcnajah^, Joseph^, Joseph, 

John^, Samuel^, Ed7oani^), b. ; m. . 

Children. 

92. I. Cynthia", b. March, 1849; d. March, 1868, ae. 

18 y., II mo., 24 d. 
Probably other children. 

59. Chauncey D.s Fuller, ( Orange^, Jehiel^, Joseph^, Joseph'^, 

John'!', Samuel^, EdwanP), b. ; d. at Eldorado 

Springs, Mo.; ni. (i) ; m. (2) . 

Children. 

93. 1. Alice", 1). . 

94. II. Orange", b. . 

95. III. k son", b. . 

96. IV. A son'>, b. . 

97. V. A dau.'^, b. . 



60. Miles Averv^ Fuller, {OrangcJ, Jehiel^, Joseph^, Joseph'', 
John^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. April 25, 1822, near Wilkesbarr % Pa. ; 

d. April 20, 1895, in Toulon, 111.; m. (i) 1842, Avery; m. 

(2) April 12, 1850, Elizabeth S. Walker, who d. Jan. 21, 1903, in 
Toulon. 

Children, by first wife. 

98. I. A clau.9, who d. young. 

99. II. Delia M.", b. Aug., 1845 ; m. 1866, Cross, 

now dead. She resides in Oklahoma. 
Children, by second wife. 
100. III. Ada M.^, b. July 26, 185 1 ; m. Oct. 8, 1879, Henry 

Clay" Fuller, (son Benj. F.^, Orange?, Jehiel*^, 
Josephs, Joseph^, John3, SamueP, Edward'). 
Frank W.9, b. May 2, 1853. 
Ernest C.9, b. June 9, 1857 ; d. 1881 ; unm. 
Victor G.9, b. May 22, 1863. Resides in Toulon, 
111. 

104. VII. Elizabeth L.", b. June 18, 187 1. Resides in Toulon, 

111. 

61. Abel Williston^ Fuller, ( Orange^, Jehiel^, Joseph^, 

Joseph^, Johni, Samuel^, Edicard^), b. Aug., 1824? in Montrose, 

Pa.; d. Aug. 10, 1867, at Woodstock, 111.; m. Aug. 9, 1865, at 

Woodstock, Mrs. Nellie Ann (Goodspeed) Salisbury, b. May 3, 

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Children. 

105. I. James9, b. j resides at Toulon, 111. 

106. II. A dau.9, b. ; m. 

107. III. A dau.9, b. ; m. 

62. Benjamin F.=^ Fuller, ( Orangei, Jehiel^, Joseph^, Joseph^ 
John^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Feb. 7, 1825, in Luzerne Co., Pa.; 

d. Oct., 1896, in Washington, D. C. ; m. Oct. 9, 1843, in Bureau 
Co., 111., Mary Elizabeth Chenowith, b. Oct. 16, 1825, in Brucetovra, 
Va. ; d. Jan. 11, 1892, in Washington, D. C. 
Children. 

108. I. Adelaide H.9, b. July 27, 1846, in Bureau Co^ IlL 

Resides in Washington, D. C. 

109. *II. Henry Clay9, b. Aug. 19, 1848. 
no. *III. Franklin9, b. Dec. 5, 1851. 

III. *IV. Miles9, b. March 24, 1858; d. . 

63. George W.s Fuller, {Orange^, Jehiel^, Joseph'^, JosepJt^^ 
John^, SamueP, Edward'), b. ; d. in Chicago, IlL; 



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112. A son9, b. ; living in Chicago, 111. 

113. A dau.9, b. . 

64. Alexander Y? Fuller, ( Orange^, Jehiel^, Joseph^, Joseph^, 
Johtii, Samuel^, Edward'), b. ; m. 1858, Amy Breese. 

Resides in Wyoming, 111. 

1 14. They have one child, a daughter, Hepsey<>, who 

married Melvin Earhart, and resides in Wyoming, 
111. 

65. Anselm^ Fuller, {AmbroseT,Jehiel^, Joseph^, Joseph"^, John\ 
Samuel"^, Edzvatd') b. Feb. 19, 181 7, in Luzerne Co., Pa.; d. April 
30, 1S63, in Stark Co., 111. ; m. May 14, 1844, Lydia Strong. 

115. $ They had one child, George W.9 Fuller. 

67. Clinton^ Fuller, {Ambrose^, Jehiel^, Joseph^ Joseph'^, John\ 
Samuel^, Edward'), b. Oct. 3, 1820, in Luzerne Co., Pa.; d. Dec 
22, 1895, in Staik Co., 111.; m. April 10, 1859, Eliza, dau. of Isaac 
and Ann (Wicks) Harris, who d. Jan. 25, 1882. 

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The early experiences of Clinton Fuller were those common to 
boys of the Wyoming Valley. In 1839 he removed to Stark Co., 
Illinois, with his parents, and assisted them in building up their new 
home. In 1S52 he was elected Sheriff of Stark Co. In 1853 he 
purchased 160 acres of wild land in Elmira Township, and at the 
expiration of his term of office began the improvement of the land, 
adding 80 acres more in 1855. 

In addition to the farming business, in 1865 he established the 
Fuller General Merchandise store at Elmira, and was appointed 
postmaster, holding this position and carrying on these lines of 
business until his death, besides holding several official positions in 
connection with school and township matters. He cast his first vote 
for Henry Clay, and when the Republican party was formed he 
joined its ranks and continued to be one of its most faithful 
adherents. 

68. Walter M.^ Fuller, {AwbroseT, JeJiiel^^ Joseph^, Joseph''^ 
JoJini, Samuel*, Edward^), b. Sept. 20, 1822; d. Dec. 7, 1897, in 
Stark Co., 111. j m. Jan. i, 1849, Chloe M. Rowe. 

James9, b. ; d. in infancy. 

W. W.9, b. July 16, 1852. 

Augusta M.9, b. March 5, 1854; unm. 

Luella M.9, b. June 18, 1861 ; d. June 30, 1895; 

m. George T. Oliver, and had Luella F.'°, Edith 

B.'°, and Margaret M'°. 

71. Ambrose'^ Fuller, {Ambrose^, Jehiel^, Joseph'^, Joseph, Johti^, 
Samuel^, Edward^), b. Nov. 19, 1829, in Luzerne Co., Pa.; ni. (i) 
Feb. 8, 1854, Alice J. Woodward, also born in Luzerne Co. and dau. 
of Alfred and Jane E. Woodvvard. She d. Aug. 25, 1885. He m. 
(2) 1893, Miss Mary Adams, who d. 1898. 

In 1839 Ambrose Fuller removed with his father to Stark County, 
Illinois. The school privileges in Illinois at that period were very 
poor, and he welcomed and embraced all available opportunities for 
acquiring an education, working at farming until his marriage in the 
spring of 1854, when he and his wife removed to Johnson Co., 
Iowa. He engaged in the lumber business then until 1855, when he 
purchased 160 acres of wild prairie land in Linn Co,, Iowa, and 
resumed the farming business. In 1885 he sold his farm and 



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removed to Marshall Co., Iowa, where he continued farming until 
1891, when he returned to Elmira, 111., and is now (1908) with his 
son, Ralph W., under the firm name of Fuller & Fuller, engaged in 
general merchandise business in the store formerly owned by his 
brother, the late Clinton Fuller. 
Children. 

121. I. James M.9, b. April 23, 1855, in Johnson Co., Iowa; 

m. July 17, 1877, Hettie P. Harris; resides at 
Almyra, Ark. 

122. II. Ambrose A.9, b. March 23, 1859, in Linn Co., 

Iowa; m. June 5, 1884, Mary Yerger; resides at 
Washta, Iowa. 

123. III. Walter A.9, b. Aug. 31, 1862, in Linn Co., Iowa; 

m. June 12, 1888, Lilly R. Macy; reside at 
Sheldon, Iowa. 

124. IV. Hattie J.9, b. April 26, 1868, in Linn Co., Iowa; 

m. Dec. 31, 189?, John Rodman; reside in 
Elmira, 111. 

125. V. Ralph W.9, b. June 10, 1877, in Linn Co., Iowa; 

m. Oct. 18, 1900, Mary McKee; reside at 
Elmira, 111. 

78. Baxter^ Fuller, {JehieP, Jehiel'^, Joseph^, Joseph^, Johnny 
Samuel^, Edtaard^), b. March 29, 1844, at Saxon, Henry Co., IIL; 
m. Sept. 14, 1869, Mary E. Peterson, b. near Saxon. 

Children, all born in Saxon. 

126. I. Arthur B.9, b. Dec. 20, 1870. 

127. II. Para May9, b. July 10, 1877; m. Sept. 2,1903, 

Charles Broughton. 

128. III. Trella Bernice9, b. Dec. 15, 1895. 

82. Jehiel^ Fuller, {/ehieP, Jehiel^, Josephs, Joseph^, John\ 
Safnuel*, Edward^), b. March 29, 1853, at Saxon, Henry Co., IIL; 
m. there Oct. 4, 1876, Kittie Ellen Green, b. at Italy Hollow, N. Y., 
Jan. 8, 1859. 

Children, all born in Saxon. 

129. I. Helen Beatrice9, b. Feb. 9, 1881. 

130. II. Ethel Inez9, b. Aug. 6, 1884. 

131. III. (William Green9, b. May 19, 1891. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

109. Henry Clay9 Fuller, {Benjamin E.^, Orangci, Jehiel^, 
Josephiy Joseph', John^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. Aug. 19, 1848, in 



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Clarke Co., Va. ; m. Oct. 8, 1879, Ada M., dau. of Miles Avery 
Fuller of Toulon, 111. They reside at Peoria, III., and have one 
child, a son. 

132. I. MilesC.'°, b. 1881. 

110. Franklin^ Fuller, {Benjamin Franklin^, Orangery Jehiel^, 
Joseph^, Joseph, Johni, Samuel'', Edward^), b. Dec. 5, 185 1, in 
Frederick Co., Va. ; m. July i, 1879, Ann Hortense Trevitt, in Stark 
Co., 111. 

Mr. Fuller is a lawyer, residing in Washington, D. C. 

Children. 

133. I. Ben Lee'°, b. Aug. 12, 1888, in Wayne Co., Neb. 

134. II. Frank Trevitt'°, b. April i, 1894, in Wayne Co., 

Neb. 

111. MILES9 Fuller, {Benjamin Franklin^, Orange^, Jehiel^, 
Joseph^, Joseph^, John^, Samuel\ Edward'), b. March 24, 1858, in 
Stark Co., 111.; d. June i, 1902, in Washington, D. C. ; m. May 27, 
1S84, Nora M. Swing of Washington, D. C. 

Children, all born in Washington except Alice H., b. in Mont- 
gomery Co., Maryland. 

135. I. Mabel C.'°, b. March 12, 1885. 

136. II. Mary Claire'°, b. Oct. 5, 1887. 

137. III. Ruth Swing'°, b. July 2, 1890. 

138. IV. Alice Halliday'°, b. Nov. 27, 1898. 

115. George W.9 Fuller, {Anselm^, Ambrose'^, Jehid^, Joseph^, 

Joseph, John^, Samuel^ Edward'), b. ; m. Sarah Sikes. 

Children. 

139. I. Frank'°, b 



140. II. Frederick'^, b. . 

141. III. Dell'°, b. ; m. Reuben Peterson and have 

two children. 

118.- W. W.9 Fuller, ( Walter M?, Ambrose'^, Jehiel^, Joseph^, 
Joseph, Johni, Samuel^, Edward'), b. July 16, 1852 ; m. Feb. 9, 
1874, Sarah F. Boggs. They reside in Toulon, 111. 

Children. 

142. *I. Frank R.'°, b. Feb. 8, 1875. 

143. II. Lora L.'°, b. Sept. 8, 1876; m. Harry W. Walker 

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TENTH GENERATION. 

142. Frank R.'° Fuller, (V/. W.9, IVaUer M.^, AmdroseT, 
Jehiel^, Joseph^, Joseph^, Johri!; Samuel*, Edward^), b. Feb. 8, 1875 ; 
m. (i) March 14, 1899, Blanch Cooley ; m. (2) June i, 1904, Belva 
Marston. 

Children. 

144. I. Blanche", b. . 

145. II. Elmer", b. . 

TWENTY-FOURTH GROUP. 
FIFTH GENERATION. 
95. Zachariahs Fuller, (^ Joseph^, Johni, Samuel*, Eduiard^)^ 
b. 1725 in East Haddam or Colchester; d. Sept., 1799, ''^ Kent, 
Ct. ; ra. April 24, 1753, Abigail Hubbel, b. 1735, d. April 6, 1787, 
ae. 52 years, dau. of Ephraim Hubbel Jr. of Kent. Zachariah 
Fuller always resided in Kent. 
Children, born in Kent. 

1. I. Abigail^ b. Oct. 19, 1754; m. Nathan SkiiT Jr., 

Nov. 18, 1773. Children, b. in Kent: (i) 
Elijaht, b. Sept. 26, 1774. (2) MosesT, b. May 
26, 1777. (3) DeliveranceT, b. Dec. 10, 1779. 
(4) HemanT, b. Aug. 22, 1782. {^) JuliusT, b. 
Jan. I, 1785. (6) Abigain, b. Feb. 26, 17S7. 
(7) ThankfuP, b. about 1790. (8) Luther"', b. 
about 1792 ; m. Hannah Comstock April 8, 1818. 
(9) HarrieO, b. about 1795 ; m. Nov. 20, 1823, 
Cyrus Fuller of Sharon, 

2. II. Dimmis^, b. Oct. 10, 1755, in Kent; m. Nov. 9, 

1769, Stephen Skiff. Children, b. in Kent: (i) 
JeremiahT, b. Oct. 21, 1770. (2) Zachariahi^ b. 
May 4, 1773. 

3. till. Ephraim*^, b. Sept. 29, 1757. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

3. Ephraim^ Fuller, {Zachariah^, Joseph'^, John^, Samuel'^ 
Edward^), h. Sept. 29, 1757, in Kent, Ct.; d. Sept. 14, 1811, at 
Kent, ae. 55 years; m. Nov. 26, r777, Rebecca Ingram. 

" Her father was a sea captain and she was bom on the water 
during their voyage from England to America." (Mrs. VV. H. PeeL) 

Ephraim Fuller resided in Kent. Rebecca, wife of Ephraim 
Fuller, died at Kent Sept. 15, 1828, ae. 68. (Gravestone.) 



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Children. 

4. I. Mary7, b. July 14, 1778 ; d. young. (?) (m. Joseph 

Skid Jan. 14, 1798. N. F.) 

5. II. Hannah?, b. Nov. 25, 1780; m. March 23, 1797, 

Elijah Skiff ; lived in Kent ; had two sons : 

Harmon^ and Nathan^. 
Philo7, b. Jan. 11, 1783. 
Dimmis7, b. Aug. 9, 1785 ; d. July 1, 1827, at Kent; 

unm. 
Abigail?, b. Nov. 9, 1788; d. July 29, 1791. 
Ephraim?, b. Nov. 4, 1790. 
Abigail Sophia?, bapt. Aug., 1799; m. (i) Ezra 

Stone; m. (2) Cyrus Smith; no children; d. 

1858, in Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
II. tVIlI. Zachariah Duay?, (or Dewey) b. . 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

6. Philo? Fuller, {Ephrai»fi, Zachariah^, Joseph, Johtii, 
Samuel^, Edward^), b. Jan. 11, 1 783, at Kent, Ct. ; d. there Aug. 8, 
i860 (Aug. 10, gravestone) ; m. Nov. 23, 1806, Sophia Botsford, 
b. 1787, d. at Kent Sept. 3, 1849, ae. 62 years, dau. of David and 
Editha Botsford. 

Philo Fuller was a carpenter by trade, and always lived in Kent. 
Children, born in Kent. 

David Botsford^, b. June 6, 1808. 

Edmund Day^, b. Oct. 9, 1809 ; d. April 8, 1882 ; 

he was a farmer and never married. 
Joseph Skiff^ b. Feb. 8, 18 11. 
Elijah'', b. Feb. 17, 1813. 
James Marcus'*, b. April 12, 18 15. 
Julia Jane^, b. Nov. 24, 1817 ; m. Orville Griffing; 

lived in Poughkeepsie, N. Y. ; no children. She 

d. in New York City, Nov., 1896, ae. 78. Both 

were buried at Poughkeepsie. 

18. VII. Ephraim Elmore^, b. Nov. 11, 1819; he d. in 

Kent Feb. 25, 1886; he was a tinner by trade 
and never married. He enlisted in the Civil War, 
and was discharged on account of ill health. 

19. VIII. Birdsey Philo^, b. Nov. 11, 1821 ; d. May 17, 

1836, at Kent, ae. 14 years. 

9. Ephraim? Fuller, {Ephraim^, Zachattahs, Joseph"^, John\ 
Samuel', Edward*), b. Nov. 4, 1790, in Kent, Ct. ; d. April 4, 



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1846, ae. 56; buried at Kent; m. (i) Julia Skiff, b. 1798, d. June 
I, 181 7, ae. 19, and was buried at Kent, dau. of Samuel and 
Prudence Skiff; m. (2) Jane Nasii of Amenia, N. Y. 

Ephraim Fuller lived in , N. Y. 

Children. 

20. I. Julia^, b. . 

21. II. Rachel N.^ b. 1824; d. June 8, i860, ae. 36; was 

buried at Kent. 

22. III. Katherine^, b. . 

11. Zachariah D.7 Fuller, {^Ephrainfi, ZachariahS, Joseph, 
Johri^, Samuel', Edtuard^), b. in Kent, Ct. ; d. in Claverack, N. Y., 
and was buried there ; m. Adaline Jarvis of Sharon, Ct. She m. 

(2) Mesick of Claverack, N. Y. She d. there and was taken 

to Bridgeport, Ct., and buried in Mountain Grove cemetery. 

Child. 

23. I. Mary Ingraham*^, b. ; d. in New York City, 

and was interred at Bridgeport, Ct, beside her 
mother. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

12. David Boi'SFORdS Fuller, {PhiloJ, Ephraim^, Zachariah^, 
Joseph^, John^, Samuel'^, Ed^vard^), b. June 6, 1808, at Kent, Ct. ; 
d. Sept. 8, 1882, at Kent, ae. 74 years; m. at Kent Jan. 31, 1S32, 
Jerusha Stone, b. 181 1, d. Jan. 20, 1892, at Kent, ae. 80 years, 9 
months, dau. of Russell and Stone. 

Mr. Fuller was a clothier by trade. He resided one year at 
Amenia Union, N. Y., and then returned to Kent. 

Children. 

34. I. Mary Sophia9, b. June 6, 1833, in Amenia Union, 

N. Y. ; m. Sept. 25, i860, William Henry Peet, 
son of Nathan and Annie Peete of New Milford, 
Ct. They lived in Kent, Ct. Children: (i) 
Frederick FuUer^^, b. July 4, 1862 ; he resides at 
Charleston, West Va. (2) Frank Starr'°, b. 
Sept. 2, 1865 ; m. Anna Hall. William H. Peet 
d. at Kent July 16, 1904, ae. 82. His wife and 
youngest son still (1905) live in Kent on the 
homestead of her father, David B. Fuller. 
25. II. Sarah Jane^, b. May 2, 1837, in Kent, CL; d- there 

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14. Joseph Skiif'^ Fuller, {Phi/oJ, Ephraii/fi, Zachariah^, 
Joseph, John^, Samuel^, Iuhaard^),\). Feb. 8, i8ii, at Kent, Ct. ; 

d. ; m. Mary Meyers. He was a carpenter and lived in 

Utica, N. Y. 

Children. 

26. I. Charles'', b. ; he was in the Civil War, and 

nothing has been heard of him since. 

27. II. Wallace'^ b. ; resided in Poughkeepsie, 

N. Y. 

15. Elijah^ Fuller, {PhiloT, Ephrainfi, Zachariah^, Joseph, 
Johh, Samuel^, Edn'ara'^), b. Feb. 17, 18 13, in Kent, Ct. ; d. 
; m. it is supposed, Lucretia Ticknor. 

He removed to Michigan, where he was murdered. 
After that his wife went to Ohio, where she and 

28. her only child, a daughter, both died. 

16. Jamf^ Marcus^ Fuller, {PhiloT, Ephraiuf\ Zachariah, 
Joseph, Johh, Samuel^, Edward^), b. April 12, 181 5, in Kent, 
Ct. ; d. ; m. Esther Allen. 

He was a carpenter, and lived in Utica, N. Y. 
Children. 

29. I. Frances Sophia'^, b. ; m. James VV. Smythe. 

30. II. Marcus'', b. ; d. in New York. 

31. III. Henry'', b. ; d. at sea, ae. 23. 

One or two that died in infancy. 

TWENTY-FIFTH GROUP. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

97. Jereml\h5 Fuller, {Joseph, Johri^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. 
March 4, 1727, probably in Cornwall, Ct. ; d. Aug. 31, 1809; m. 
(i) Lydia Mills, who d. July 4, 1755 j "^- (2) Ruth Reed, who d. 
Feb. 9, 1 791 ; m. (3) Rachel Comstock, who d. Jan. 27, 1820. 

" Mrs. I -ydia Fuller, wife of Jeremiah Fuller, and daughter of 
Lieut. John Mills, died July 4, 1755, in 22d year." 

"Jeremiah Fuller died Aug. 31, 1809, in 83d year." 

(Gravestones at Kent.) 

Only child. 

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SIXTH GENERATION. 

1. Jeremiah Reed*^ Fuller, { Jeremiah^, Joseph^, John^, Samuel^, 
Edward^), b. ]w.\. 30, 1791, in Cornwall, Ct. ; d. May 30, 1852, in 
Nelson, Portage Co., Ohio; m. Dec. 26, 181 1, Hannah Bell Bierce, 
who d. Feb. 14, 1882, in Nelson, Ohio. 

Children. 

2. I. Rachel7, b. Dec. 22, 1812; d. Sept. 27, 1857; m. 

(i) Feb. 15, 1844, Stephen Baldwin; m. (2) 
Aug. 29, 1852, Treat Fenn. By her first husband 
had: (i) Eikn^, b. May 3, 1845. (2) Stephen 
J?, b. May 5, 1848. By second husband : (3) 
Sarah E?, b. Oct. 26, 1853. 

Chauncey?, b. March 2, 1814. 

William Reed?, b. March 21, 1815; d. May 16, 
1815. 

Ruth7, b. May 17, 1816 ; d. Jan. 29, 1850. 

Columbus C.7, b. April 23, 1818. 

Hannah7, b. Feb. 11, 1820; d. Sept. 23, 1831. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

3. Chauncey? Fuller, (^Jeremiah Reed^, Jeremiah^, JosepJt^y 
John^, Samuel^, Edtoard^), b. March 2, 1814; d. March 19, 1891, 
at Oakland, la.; m. at Warren, Ohio, April i, 1835, Jane Dimon, 
b. Aug. 14, 1812, d. at Oakland, la., Aug., 1894. 

Children, born in Warren, Ohio. 

8. I. Frances^ b. Jan. 31, 1837; m. Nov. 17, 1858, 

Albert G. Powers. 

9. til. John^, b. Jan. 31, 1837. 

10. III. Augusta Jane*, b. April 23, 1844 ; d. Nov. 2, 1845, 

in Oakland, la.; m. Oct. 9, 1869, Dr. S. D. 
Tobey, and had: (i) Caroline SJ^, b. Dec. 25, 
1870, in Council Bluffs, la. {2) Frances J.'i,h. 
Oct. 27, 1872, in Oakland, la. Both children 
are teachers, and unmarried. 

11. IV. Ruth*, b. June 3, 1850; d. Nov. 17, 1903, at 

Oakland, la.; m. 1879, Samuel Spurgeon, and 
had: (i) John /^9, b. April 23, 1882. (2) 
Augusia9, d. young. (3) Robert 7.9, b. Oct 12, 
1885. 

6. Columbus C.7 Fuller, {Jeremiah Reed^, Jeretniah^^ Josephs, 
John^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. April 23, 1818, in Nelson, Portage 



226 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Co., Ohio; d. there Oct. 29, 1899; m. Jan. 19, 1848, Mary A. 
Bierce, d. in Nelson, Oct. 9, 1885. 
Children, born in Nelson. 

12. I. Harry B.*^, b. March i, 1849; d* May 5, 1876, in 

Nelson. 

13. *IL William J.s, b. July 5, 1850. 

14. till. Marcus Bell^ b. Oct. 13, 1852. 

15. IV. Lucius Bierce^, b. Oct. 13, 1852; d. Sept. 11, 1879, 

in Nelson. 

16. *V. Gerald M.s, b. July 26, 1854. 

17. *VI. Columbus C.s, b. Oct. 27, 1867. 

18. tVII. George N.s, b. July 4, 1869. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

9. John'^ Fuller, ( CnaunceyT, Jeremiah Reed^, Jeremiah^, 
Joseph'^, Johnny Samuel^, Edward^) ^ b. Jan. 31, 1837, in Warren, 
Ohio; d. there Sept. 29, 1875; m. April 5, i860, Caroline James. 
They had one child, a son. 

19. I. George9, b. March 22, 1861 ; d. Aug., 1899, in 

Detroit, Michigan. 

13. William J.* Fuller, {Columbus C.7, Jeremiah Recd^, 
Jeremiah^, Joseph, Johti^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. July 5, 1850, in 

Nelson, Ohio; m. Oct. i, 1874, Mary E. Tracy. They have one 
child. 

20. I. Helen'', b. in Nelson, O., Nov. 4, 1877. They 

reside in Oberlin, Ohio. 

14. Marcus Bell*^ Fuller, {Columbus C.7, Jeremiah Reed^, 
Jeremiah^, Joseph, John^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Oct. 13, 1852, in 

Nelson, Ohio; m. (i) April 18, 18S1, Amanda Jane Frow, d. June 
21, 1900; m. (2) Nov. 18, 1905, Fannie S. Hoffman. 
Children, by first wife. 

21. I. Lucia Bierce'^, b. May 31, 1882. 

22. II. George Nelson^, b. Sept. 22, 1884. 

23. III. Jean Frow9, b. April 9, 1891 ; d. April 3, 1893. 

24. IV. ) 

25. ^' r Three who d. in infancy. 

26. VI. ) 

Lives in Bombay, India. 



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16. Gerald M.^ Fuller, {Columbus C.7, Jeremiah Reed^, 
Jeremiah^, Joseph^, John^, Samuel', Edjcard*), b. July 26, 1S54, in 
Nelson, Ohio; m. Aug. 12, 1875, Ellen G. Beardsley of Nelson, 
who d. Sept. 7, 1906, in Bozeman, Mont. 

They removed to Bozeman in 1900. 
Children. 

27. I. Lucius B.9, b. June 14, 1879. 

28. II. Alice May9, b. Nov. 14.. 1881 ; m. May 13, 1902, 

Frank B. Chapman of Nelson, Ohio. They 
reside in Cleveland, Ohio. 

29. III. Ruth Geraldine9, b. Dec. 5, 1888. 

17. Columbus C.^ Fuller, {Columbus CJ, Jeremiah Reed^, 
Jeremiah^, Joseph, John^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Oct. 27, 1867, 
in Nelson, Portage Co., Ohio; m. (i) Jan. 9, 1894, Sarah Isabella 
Tucker, dau. of Simeon D. and Mary D. (Pierce) Tucker of Hunts- 
burg, Ohio; m. (2) Oct. 15, 1869, Julia B. McKee, dau. of Samuel 
Vigo and Susannah Calvern (Vanatta) McKee of Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Mr. Fuller is a civil engineer, and was employed in the construc- 
tion of the " Butte Short Line " of the Northern Pacific Railway in 
1889-90. 

He is a Congregationalist, and was president of Montana Chris- 
tian Endeavor Union in 1893-4, and acting secretary of the same in 
1899. 

He is a founder of the industrial department of the East Central 
African Mission of the A. B. C. F. M. at Mt. Selinda, Rhodesia, 
South Africa, where he now (1906) resides. 

Children. 

30. I. Laura Mary9, b. March 11, 1895, at Bozeman, 

Mont. 

31. II. Edith Jewel9, b. Oct. 8, 1903, at Mt Selinda, 

Rhodesia. 

18. George N.^ Fuller, {Columbus C.t, Jeremiah Reed^, 
Jeremiah^, Joseph'', John^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. July 4, 1869, in 
Nelson, Ohio; m. Aug. 16, 1899, Claudia Elizabeth Tinker, b. Dec 
26, 1873, at Nelson, Ohio, dau. of Andrew J. and Harriet L. Tinker 
of Meadowville, Pa. 

They reside in Helena, Mont. 
Children. 

32. I. Robert Nelson9, b. April 17, 1902. 



2 28 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

TWENTY-SIXTH GROUP. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

101. AiiRAHAM!^ Fuller, {Joseph'*, John^, Samuel^, Edward^), 
b. Oct., 1735, in Colchester, Ct. ; d. Sept. 20, 1807, at Kent, Ct., 
ae. 73 years; m. Nov. 4, 1762, Lydia Gillett, b. 1737 at Roxbury, 
Ct., d. Jan. 2, iSoo, at Kent, ae. 63 years. Abraham Fuller lived in 
Kent, Ct. He came with his father, Joseph*, from Colchester, Ct., 
when three years old. Ensign, 1767; Lieutenant, 1770; Captain, 
1774; Overseer of the Scatacook Indians, 1773; Captain of the 
13th Regiment under Col. Moseley at Fredericksburg, N. Y., June, 
1779 ; responded to the Danbury alarm in April, 1777 ; owned land 
in Stockbridge 1777, but probably never resided there. 

Copy of Original Commission of Capt. Abraham Fuller. 

William Pitkin, Es<,)., 

Captain General and Commander in-Chief of His Majesty's Colony of 
Connecliciit, in New England, 
To Abraham Fuller Gent. Greeting. 

Vou being by the General Assembly of this Colony accepted to be Ensigii 
of the first company of Trainband in the Town of Kent, reposing special 
trust and confidence in your loyalty, courage and good conduct, I do, by virtue 
of the letter Patent from the Crown of England, to this corporation, me 
thereunto enabling, appoint and inform you to take the said Trainband into 
your care and charge as their Ensign, carefully and diligently to discharge that 
trust ; exercising your inferior officers and soldiers in the use of their arms 
according to the discipline of war ; keeping them in good order and govern- 
ment ; and commanding them to obey you as their Ensign for his Majesty's 
service. And you to obsei ve such orders and directions as from time to time 
you shall receive from me, or from others of your superior officers, pursuant 
to the trust hereby imposed in you. 

Given under my hand and the seal of this Colony in Hartford the 27th year 
of George the Third, King of Great Britain, etc., Annoque Domini 1767. 

By his Honor's command. 

William Pitkin. 
George Wyllys. 

The above has seal in wax and original signatures. Copied from 
the original in the house built by Abraham Fuller on May 23, 1796. 

Copy of Abraham Fuller's Commission as Lieutenant* 

Jonathan Trumbull, Esq. Capt. General and Commander-in-Chief of His 
Majesty's Colony of Connecticut in New England. To Abraham Fuller 
Gent. Greeting : 




House bui't in 1807 by Jeremiah Fuller on site of Capi. Abraham Fuller's house, 
and on or near site of Dea. Joseph Fuller's house of 1738- -40, Kent, Ct. 




Fuller House and Macedonia Brook, Kent, Ct. 



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You being by the General Assembly of this Colony accepted to be Lieu- 
tenant of the first Company or train band in the Town of Kent, Reposing 
special trust and confidence in your Loyalty, Coyrage and good Conduct, 1 
do, by virtue of the Letters Patents from the Crown of England, to this 
Corporation, me thereunto enabling, appoint, and empower you to take the 
said train band into your Care and Charge, as their Lieutenant, carefully and 
diligently to discharge that trust ; exercising your inferior Otticers and 
Soldiers in the Use of their Arms, according to the Discipline of War; Keep- 
ing them in good Order and Government, and commanding them to obey you 
as their Lieutenant for His Majesty's Service. And you are to observe all 
such Orders and Directions as from Time to Time you shall receive either 
from Me, or from other of your Superior Officers, pursuant to the Trust 
hereby reposed in you. 

Given under my Hand and the Seal of this Colony, in New Haven the 
13th Day of Oct. in the loth Year of the Keign of our Sovereign Lord 
George the Third, King of Great Britain, &c. Annoque Domini, 1770. 

By His Honor's Command. 
George Wylly, Secr'y. 

Joh. Trumbull. 

Esbond Tupper, Canton, N. Y., deceased, a few years ago had in 
his possession the original of the above Lieutenant's Commission. 
The original Captain's Commission of Abraham Fuller was still held 
by Jeremiah Fuller, who then lived in the old homestead at Kent, 
Ct. His adopted daughter now lives there. 

The above commission copied from the original, with seal in wax 
and original signatures. The original preserved in the house at Kent 
built by Capt. Abraham Fuller, and now occupied (1896) by 
Jeremiah Fuller, grandson of Capt. Fuller. 

Children, born in Kent or Roxbury. 

1. $1. Esbon^ b. April 27, 1764. 

2. *II. Ashbel^b. Oct. 16, 1766. (OcL 14, 1765. N. F.) 

3. III. Olivet b. March 13, 1767; d. Sept., 1S08; m. 

Philo Millard of Kent. 

4. IV. Zerviah Dewey^, b. May 5, 1769; m. Feb. 26, 

1792, Dr. John Raymond of Kent. Children: 
{\) John MiltonT, b. March 9, 1793. (2) MiraTy 
b. Aug., 1796, at Kent; d. May 3, 1833, ae. 64 
years ; buried in Kent. 

Abram^, b. April 17, 1772. ) m. Jewett of 

Isaac^ b. April 17, 1772. \ Dover, N. Y. 

Roswell^ b. Sept. i, 1774. 

Lydia^ b. May 25, 1776; m. June 6, 1801, John 
Hepson Swift; d. April, 1855, at Phelps, N. Y. 



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Seven children : Laura, Frederick, Rhoda, 
Abram, Frank, Jason, Frederick 2d. 
9. $ IX. Jeremiah'^', b. April 3, 1778. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

1. EsBOi"/' Fuller, {Abraham^, Joseph^, Johni, Samuel^, 
Edward^), b. April 27, 1764, in Kent, Ct. ; d. April 11, 1829, at 
Ferrisburg, Vt. ; m. Jan. i, 1783, Lydia Follett. He settled in 
Ferrisburg, Vt. 

They were married in Kent, Ct., by Jethro Hatch, Justice. Kent 
town records give also birth of first two children. The second son 
was called " Oriange " on Kent records. 

Children, born in Kent. 

10. $1. Frederick?, b. Sept. 25, 1783. 

11. 4^11. Orrin7, ("Oriange") b. Jan. i, 1785. 

12. ini. MiltonV, b. . 

13. IV. Milo7, b. . 

14. V. Esbon7, b. . 

15. VI. Olive?, b. ; m. (i) McNeil; m. (2) 

Wheeler; m. (3) Martin. Had 

two children, Lura^, and Lorain^. 

16. VII. Lydia?, b. Oct. 15, 1796, in Ferrisburg, Vt. ; d. 

April 26, 1864; m. James Tupper, b. March 20, 
1789, at Ferrisburg, Vt., d. there April 20, i860. 
Children: (i) Charles^, b. July 23, 1817; he 
went away from home and was never heard of 
again. (2) Ezbon Fuller^, b. July 23, 1822, in 
Canton; d. Feb. 17, 1897; m. Sarah A. Cook; 
children: Charles'-', b. about 1S48, m. Alice 
Smith and had Arthur'^, Grace'°, George'°, 
Lesler'°, Ruth'°, Roy'°, Charles'", Stanley'"; 
Ezbon C.9 Tupper, b. July 5, 1862, m. Harriet S. 
Akin, b. April 9, 1865; Franks, b. 1866, m. 
" Lillian Agon, children : Harold'°, Clarence'". 
(3) Martnfi, b. about 1826; d. 1890; m. Mary 
Willson ; children : Lura9, Latimer?, Frederick?, 

, Stillman?, Leslie?. (4) Cornelia^, b. ; d. 

young. 

17. *VIII. Gideon?, b. Feb. 3, 1798. 

2. Ashbel^ Fuller, {Abraham^, Joseph'*, John^, Samuel^, 
Edivard^), b. Oct. 16, 1766, in Kent, Ct. ; d. June (or August) 
1850, at Keysville, N. Y. ; m. 1787, Loraine Millard, b. June 14, 
1768, d. Jan. 16, 1841. 



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He removed to Ferrisburg, Vt., before 1798. He was a fifer in 
the Revolution, in his father's company. When a young man he 
went with several of his brothers into Vermont and settled at or 
near Ferrisburg, where they established iron works. The later years 
of his life were spent in St. Lawrence Co., N. Y., where he died. 
Children. 

Sheldon?, b. Aug. 20, 1787. 

Stillman7, b. March 8, 1789; m. Lucy Lee, who d. 

June 16, 1850. No children. 
Isaac?, b. March 16, 1791. 
Heman7, b. April 16, 1793. 

Zeruiah D.7, b. Feb. 15, 1795 ; m. Gideon Tupper. 
Ashbel7, b. June 27, 1798. 
Hiram?, b. Aug. 18, 1800. 
Philo?, b. Oct. 18, 1802. 

Philomela?, b. Feb. 3, 1805; d. Nov. 13, 1S83, at 
Ferrisburg, Vt. ; m. Sept. 9, 1824, Lewis Hurlburt, 
b. July 25, 1799, d. March 12, 1867; of 
Ferrisburg, Vt. 

27. *X. Philemon?, b. June 10, 1808. (m. Sally WrighL 

N. F.) 

28. XI. Loraine?, b. ; d. at the age of 2 years, 4 

months, 4 days. 

6. IsAAC^ Fuller, {Abrahatn^, Joseph^, John^, Samuel^, Ed- 
tuard^), b. April 17, 1772, at Kent, Ct. ; d. Aug. 26, 1843, at 
Poultney, Vt., where he settled in 1820; m. Nov. 9, 1796, Mary 
Hawley of Farmington, Ct., b. March 11, 1774, in Farmington, Ct., 
d. April 17, 1859, at Poultney, Vt. 

He was a Baptist elder and preacher. History of Cornwall, Vt., 
says': " He had no permanent residence in town, but often preached 
at the house of Capt. Samuel Wadsworth on Cream Hill. He was 
peculiarly solemn and earnest in presenting his subject to his hearers, 
sometimes exciting to tears even the children, who would listen to 
him in breathless silence. Mrs. Fuller was aunt of Gov. and Sen- 
Joseph R. Hawley of Ct." 

Obituary of Rev. Isaac Fuller. 

Died, in Poultney, Rutland Co., Vt., Aug. 26, 1843, Rev. Isaac 
Fuller, in the 7 2d year of his age. His was a character and life on 
which it is delightful to dwell, and a brief notice of which, while it 
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232 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

to the readers of the Register. He was born in Kent, Ct., April 17, 
1772, whence, at an early age, he removed to Roxbury. His relig- 
ious experience is sufficiently remarkable to justify an account of it 
here. At the age of eighteen he went to visit three brothers resid- 
ing in a distant part of the state of Vermont. The place was new 
and thinly settled, and there was no house of worship. On Sabbath 
morning his elder brother proposed to him to go up on the mountain 
and gather whortleberries. Though a thoughtless and irreligious 
youth, yet his mind revolted at such a profanation of the Lord's Day. 
"No," said he, "let's go and have a meeting." His brother 
assented. Several came together ; they read and sung, but without 
a praying soul among them. The afternoon of the Sabbath was 
spent in a similar manner, and convictions were that day fastened in 
several of their hearts, which were quieted only by the peace-speak- 
ing blood of Christ. A revival commenced, and from that little 
meeting was originated a Baptist church. How striking an indica- 
tion of the favor with which God regards His own chosen day of 
rest. How loud the warning to the impenitent to employ faithfully 
the means of grace. Mr. Fuller had been brought up a Pedo 
Baptist, but on searching the Scriptures for arguments with which to 
refute their principles, he found himself, to his amazement, soon 
become a convert of their sentiments, and after violent struggles, 
being baptized, he became a consistent, faithful, and devoted advo- 
cate of the faith which he had once destroyed. In 1S02, he was 
ordained over the Baptist church at Roxbury ; and in this place, and 
in neighboring towns, he labored with great success during nearly 
eighteen years. In 1S20, he removed to Poultney, from which time 
he chose never to be settled over a church, but rather to labor with 
destitute churches as Providence might indicate. He was ever 
ready at the call of duty, was engaged in many revivals, and instru- 
mental, it is believed, in the conversion of many souls. For a few of 
the last years of his life he cherished the opinion that the personal 
reign of Christ was soon to commence. He never, however, went 
so far as to fix a definite period, and exhibited, we believe, not a 
vestige of the fanaticism which sometimes accompanies the adoption 
of similar sentiments. Humble, child-like, devoted, he never dog- 
matized, but gave himself up to the great work of winning men to 
promise to meet God, and pointing them to the blood of Jesus. He 
died after a short and severe illness, on the 26th of Aug., 1843. 
Those who were acquainted with Elder Fuller need no eulogy on 
his character. To those who were not, the language of sober truth 
would seem extravagant panegyric. 

" Like a patriarchal sage. 

Holy, humble, courteous, mild, 
He combined the awe of age 

With the meekness of a child." 



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He was emphatically a peace-maker. It was his delight to labor 
in healing the dissensions of his brethren, and his labors to this end 
were often in a high degree successful. He studiously avoided 
anything that could wound the feeling of his brethren. He bridled 
his tongue. He avoided all evil speaking, and seemed literally to 
have put away all malice and uncharitableness. It was his maxim, 
and one on which he acted with remarkable consistency : *' If you 
can say no good of others, say nothing of them." Hence he hardly 
ever had an enemy ; but on the contrary, enjoyed the unbounded 
affection and esteem of all. He was also remarkable for humility. 
He arrogated no honor to himself, but was willing to serve his 
brethren in whatever capacity. His grand aim was to be useful, to 
glorify God in the building up of His church, and the salvation of 
sinners. To say all in a word, he was eminently a holy man. He 
walked habitually with God. He lived by faith in the unseen world, 
and seemed ever to have a deep and overwhelming sense of 
spiritual realities. Few Christians, we believe, even few Christian 
ministers exhibit so much consecration to God, so much forgetfulness 
of self, so much anxiety for a world perishing in sin, so much of the 
meekness, benevolence and purity of the Gospel. His life was the 
life, his death the death of a Christian. His memory lives in the 
hearts of the thousands, and the records of his fidelity is inscribed 
. on hundreds of immortal spirits, redeemed through his agency, from 
sin and hell. 

Children, born at Roxbury, Ct. 

29. tl. Joseph W.7, b. Nov, i, 1797. 

30. II. Rhoda Ann7, b. Oct. 4, 1800; d. Nov. 17, 1894; 

m. March 14, 1820, Deacon Elijah Nettleton of 
Roxbury, Ct., who d. April 15, 1877. Children: 

{\) Jane Esther^, b. ; m. Jan. 12, 184S, 

Benjamin Lawton, and had Benjamin Franklin*^, 
b. June 26, 1850, d. July 15, 1850; Ralph 
Brayton9, b. Feb. 25, 1852, m. Nov. 20, 1S77, 
Cora M. Borden ; Shailer Emery^, b. Oct. 3, 
1853, m. June i, 1893, Lillian Upton; Francis 
Henry9, b. July 25, 1855, m. Nov. 20, 1SS8, 
Almira C. Paton ; Idella Jane9, b. May 29, 1S51, 
m. June 8, 1881, William Piatt Fitch, he d. 
Feb. 13, 1900. 

31. III. Abraham?, b. July 15, 1802 ; d. in childhood. 

32. IV. Esther Root7, b. Sept. 21, 1803; m. 1824, Munson 

(Morrison. N. F.) Pond of Poultney, Vt., b. 
there Nov. 4, 1793; removed in 1840 to Milan, 
Ohio, where she d. in 1841. (Ward Gen. gives 
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33. V. Mehitabel7, b. Sept. 11, 1805; ni. David Hurlbut; 

went West. 

34. VI. Mary Hart?, b. Aug. 17, 1S07 ; m. Rev. D. L. 

Bray ton, missionary to Burmah. She d. Dec. 16, 
1890. 

35. VII. Lucinda7, b. March 4, iSio; m. Feb. 22, 1831, 

Daniel Butterfield ; resided in Western New 
York. 

36. VIII. Lydia C.7, b. Aug. 27, 1813 ; m. Don C. Kendrick, 

son of Dr. Adin Kendrick; m. (2) John Clark 
of Granville. She d. June 26, 1881. 

37. IX. Sarah Ann?, b. Sept. 12, 1815; m. Aug. 23, 1842, 

Rev. Edward Savage ; removed to Joilet, 111. He 
d. Feb. 26, 1863. 



7. Roswkll'^ Fuller, {/U>mhatn^, Joseph^, John^, Samuel^, 
Etlicarti^), b. Sept. i, 1774, in Kent, Ct. ; d. March 20, 1840, in 
Perrinton, Monroe Co., N. Y. ; m. Hannah Berry. Settled at Grand 
Isle, Lake Champlain, Vt. 
Children. 

Wills?, (or Mills K.) b. . 

Wales?, b. . 

Henry T.?, b. April 27, 1825. 
Don Pedro?, b. . 



9. Jeremiah^' Fuller, {^Ai>raham^, Joseph^, Jo/m^, Samuel^, 
Ethvaril'), b. April 3, 1778, in Kent, Ct. ; d. Oct. 22, 1858, in 
Kent, Ct. ; m. Dolly Stone, b. June 20, 1783, d. Sept. 10, 1867. 

He was the only one of Captain Abraham's six sons who remained 
at home. About 1806 he rebuilt the house built by his father. 
This house was only a few rods from a house which was probably 
built and occupied by Deacon Joseph Fuller, and which was torn 
down by Jeremiah? F'uUer a few years ago. 

Children, born in Kent, Ct. 

42. I. Abraham?, b. Nov. 6, 1805 ; d. Dec. 15, 1805. 

43. *II. John M.?, b. Dec. 12, 1S06. 

44. $111. Charles Wildman?, b. Feb. 2, 1810. 

45. *IV. Ashbel?, b. July 26, 1816. 

46. tV. Abraham?, b. Aug. 15, 1822. 

47. VI. Jeremiah?, b. Dec. 30, 1824; m. Mary A. Williams 

Oct. 9, 1855. No children. 



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SEVENTH GENERATION. 

10. Frederick? Fuller, {Esbon^, Abraham^, Joseph^^ John\ 
Samtiel^, Edward^'), b. Sept. 25, 1783, in Ferrisburg, Vt.; 
m. . 

Children. 

48. I. Armintus^, b. . 

49. til. Robinson^, b. . 

50. III. Betsey^, b. ; m. Lyman. 

11. Orrin7 Fuller, {Esbotfi, Abraham^, Joseph^, John\ 
Samuel^, Edward^), b. Jan. i, 1785, in Kent, Ct., or possibly in 
Ferrisburg, Vt. ; d. 1827 in Keesville, N. Y. ; m. Sarah Wylie. 

Children. 

51. I. Arrr.inta^, b. ; m. Hines. Resides 

at Keesville, N. Y. 

12. Milton? Fuller, {^Esboffi, Abraham^, Joseph"^, Johni, 
Samuel"^, Edward^) , b. in Kent, Ct. ; d. ; m. . 

He was Captain in the war of 181 2. 
Children. 

52. tl. Esbon Gillette^ b. March 10, 18 10. 

53. til. Milton Hinckley^ b. . 

54. III. Mary^, b. ; m. and had one dau. 

17. Gideon? Fuller, {Ezbo?fi, Abraham^, Joseph^, John^f 
Samuel^, Ed7oard^), b. Feb. 3, 1798, in Ferrisburg, Vt. ; d. Dec. 28, 
1857; m. March 8, 1819, Eleanor Luce, b. Sept. 27, 1796, at 
Princeton, d. April 25, 1886. 

Gideon Fuller lived and died at the old Fuller homestead in 
North Ferrisburg, Vt. 
Children. 

55. tl. Esbon^ b. . 

56. *II. Louis B.8, b. Feb. 7, 1823. 

57. III. Lorette^, b. ; m. Marion Dean. Children: 

( I ) Ashbch ; m. Lillian Wills ; children : 
Leonard'". (2) WiUiaitfl\ m. Abbie Palmer; 
children : James'°, Loretta'". (3) Louis Palmer^. 

18. Sheldon? Fuller, {Ashbel^, Abraham^, Joseph^, John\ 
Samuel*, Edward^), b. Aug. 20, 1787, at Ferrisburg, Vt.; d. Sept. 



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18, 1865 ; m. 1808, Hannah Luce, b. Nov. 5, 1791, d. March 22, 

1845. 

He went to Rossie, N. Y. ; was engaged with his brothers, Still- 
man, Ashbel and Heman, in the manufacture of iron at FuUerville, 
St. I^awrence Co., N. V., and gave the place its name. 
Children. 
58. I. Leniira'', b. Feb. 10, 1809; d. May 25, 1862; m. 

April 25, 1827, Charles Edgerton, b. March 17, 
1799, d. Aug. 24, 1878. Children: (i) Eunice^, 
b. Oct. 4, 1S29 ; d. Oct. 19, 1829. (2) Afaremus 
y^.", b. Dec. 13, 1 83 1. (3) Eunicfiy b. Feb. 22, 
1S33 ; d. Sept. 4, 1834. (4) Martha Fttller^y b. 
Aug. 23, 1834. 

Laman J.^, b. March 7, 1810. 

Loraine^, b. June 24, 1812 ; d. May 17, 1813. 

Mary^, b. July 21, 1813 ; d. June 2, 181 5. 

Lovina*^, b. May 15, 1815 ; d. Nov. 14, 1815. 

Alvira'', b. Sept. 15, 1817 ; d. April 4, 1894. 

Hiram M.*^, b. July 11, 1823. 

Martha G."", b. Feb. 26, 1826; m. March 10, 1842, 
Daniel Peck of Gouverneur, N. Y., b. July i, 
1822. Daniel Peck went to Fullersville, N. Y., 
in 1847 ; he bought the interest of Ashbel Fuller 
and the firm became Fuller & Peck. Children : 
(i) Hannah M."), b. Dec. 25, 1845 ; rn« April 6, 
1864, Justus Picket, b. July 2, 1837; children: 
Horace E.'°, b. Oct. 11, 1866 ; Lesle J.'°, b. Aug. 
17, 1868; Robert C.'°, b. Aug. 4, 1879; Ralph 
Fuller '°, b. Aug. 16, 1885. (2) Celinda M.9, b. 
Feb. 2, 1849; m. Feb. 2, 1866, Horace Pickit, 
b. Oct. 23, 1841 ; no children. (3) Everett JP, 
b. Jan. II, i860 ; m. Feb. 7, 1884, Eva Drake, b. 
April 12, 1863; child: Daniel E.'°, b. Dec. 13, 
1889. 

19. Stillman7 Fuller, {Ashbel^, Abraham^, Joseph^, John^, 
Samuel^, Edward^), b. March 8, 1789, in Ferrisburg, Vt. ; 
d. ; m. Lucy Lee, b. ; d. June 16, 1850. 

He was engaged with his brothers in the iron manufacture at 
Rossie and FuUerville, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y. He afterwards 
went to Brasher, N. Y., and had a furnace there. He afterwards 
went West. No children. 



ABRAHAMS FULLER'S DESCENDANTS. 237 

20. IsAAc7 Fuller, {Ashbel^, Abraham^, Joseph^, Johti^, Samuel^ ^ 
Edward^), b. March i6, 1791, in Ferrisburg, Vt. ; d. in FuUersville, 
N. Y. ; m. Minerva Peet. 

21. Heman? Fuller, {Ashbel^, Abraham^, Joseph^, Johnny 
Saffiuel^, Edward^), b. April 16, 1793, in Ferrisburg, Vt. ; d. 
Sept. 24, 1883, at Fullerville, N. Y. ; m. Amelia Dawley, b. Aug. 27, 
1805, d. April 27, 1883, dau. of Job and Louisa (Trumbull) Dawley. 

Iron manufacturer at Rossie and Fullerville, St. Lawrence Co., 
N. Y. 
Children. 

66. L Louise^ b. Sept. 16, 1831 ; d. March 31, 1S54; m. 

June, 1846, Orrin Kinney, b. Jan. 10, 1S24. 
Children: (i) Andreuf^^ b. Nov. 20, 184S; m. 
Dec. 22, 1867, Mary Spence, b. Feb. 20, 1850; 
children: Robert L.'°, b. Sept. 7, 1870, m. 
Dec. 24, 1890, Jennie Miller, b. Mardlig, 1S71, 
children: Leslie R.", b. Feb. 3, 1891, Edith", 
b. Dec. 6, 1892; Floy A.'°, b. Sept. 16, 1S79. 
(2) Frank E^y b. Sept. 2, 1851 ; d. Nov. 17, 
1889; m. 1874, MarySwann; child: Swan'°, b. 
Sept. 14, 1880. 

67. n. Andrew Jackson^, b. June 19, 1834; d. March i, 

1854 ; unm. 

68. *IIL Isaac M.s, b. Aug. 16, 1836. 

69. IV. Loraine Matthews^, b. Aug. 22, 1838; d. April 5, 

1874; m. Oct. 22, 1857, Stillman E. Matthews, 
b. Aug. 21, 1832, d. Feb. 19, 1896. Children: 
(i) Minnie, b. Aug. 5, i860; m. May 4, 1887, 
Karl Kellar, b. July 29, i860; children: Ruth'°, 
b. March 2, 1888; Freida'°, b. March i, 1S90; 
Otto'°, b. Feb. 9, 1892 ; Rex'°, b. Dec. 30, 1S93. 
(2) Lephe Z.9, b. April 24, 1862; m. Jan. 14, 
1883, VVillard B. Sprague, b. July 11, 1857; 
children: Sarah'", b. April 25, 1889; Beth'", b. 
Sept. 9, 1893. 

70. V. Zeruah P.**, b. Aug. 25, 1841 ; m. Jan. 14, 1867, 

Abram V. Hyde, b. March 14, 1837. Resides at 
Fullerville, N. Y. 

23. Ashbel7 Fuller, {Ashbel^, Abraham^, Joseph^^ Johni, 
Samuel^, Edward^), b. June 27, 1798, in Ferrisburg, Vt. ; d. Oct. 
6, 1867, while visiting friends at Freedom, 111.; m. Jan. 8, 1826, 
Catharine Dawley, b. Sept. 18, 1800, d. July 31, 1849, at Almena, 



238 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Van Buren Co., Mich., dau. of Job and Ix)uisa (Trumbull) Dawley 
and sister of Amelia, (Dawley) wife of Heman Fuller; m. (2) July 
13, 1851, Mrs. Rhoda Loveland, b. 181 9, d. March 6, 1852, ae. 33 
years. 

Iron manufacturer at Rossie and FuUerville, St. Lawrence Co., N. 
Y. With his brothers, Stillman, Sheldon and Heman, he removed 
from Ferrisburg, Vt., first to Rossie, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y., after- 
ward to a place on the Oswegatchie river where there was excellent 
water power. Here they started a grist mill and built a foundry, 
furnace, etc., for the manufacture of iron. They gave the place the 
name F'uUerville. About 1842 he removed to Florence, Oneida Co., 
N. Y., and about 1846 to Van Buren Co., Mich. After the death of 
his wife in 1849 he returned East and settled in Carthage, Jefferson 
Co., N. Y. 
Children. 

71. L Amelia^, b. April 18, 1827; d. May 13, 1874; m. 

Dec. 25, 1843, Ezra Hodgkins, b. June 25, 181 7, 
d. Sept. 23, 1888. Children: (i) Emily 
7/u'odosia'\ b. March 4, 1846 ; m. Nov. 23, 1876, 
Horace H. Howe of Brooklyn, N. Y. ; has one 
child, Eugene C.'°, b. June 14, 1883. (2) 

Charles'), b. ; d. young. (3) Julia Adit^, 

b. A])ril 25, 1852 ; m. Dec. 31, 1885, Robert H. 
Sanderson ; resides in Syracuse, N. Y. (4) 
Jlcui-y Cla>rnc(f), b. Dec. 12, 1854; m. June 11, 
18S9, Mary Ida Follett, b. July 22, 1859 ; resides 
in Syracuse, N.Y. (5) Amelia'), b. June 4, 1861 ; 
m. June 25, 1894, George Lockie Tait; resides 
at Gouverneur, N. Y. ; had one child. Sterling'". 
Spencer^, b. June 6, 1829. 
Russeir, b. May 6, 1831. 
Gardner*^, b. Nov. 21, 1833. 

Catharine^, b. Nov. 18, 1836. Resides at East 
Oakland, Cal. 

24. Hiram7 Fuller, {Ashbcl^', Abraham^, Joseph^ , Johii^, Samuel^ , 
Etlwanl'),\). kug. 18, 1800, in Ferrisburg, Vt. ; d. Oct. 8, 1888; 
m. Evalina C. Hatch, b. Sept. 18, 1800, d. July 22, 1880. 
lie lived at Grand Isle, Vt., at least for a time. 
Children. 
76. I. Andrew Jackson^, b. Feb. 14, 1824, Grand Isle; m. 

(1) Sarah E. Evarts, b. March, 1829, d. Sept. 10, 



72. 


*II. 


73. 


III. 


74. 


*iv. 


75- 


V. 



77- 


II. 


78. 


III. 


79. 


IV. 


8o. 


V. 


8i. 


/ VI. 


82. 


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ABRAHAMS FTJLLER's DESCENDANTS. 239 

1862 ; m. (2) Susan Colton, b. Oct. 2, 182S. 

Resides at Swan Lake, la. (Letters returned 

unclaimed.) 
Julius O.^, b. Feb. 14, 1826 ; m. Carrie I^mson. 
Alraina A.^, b. April 26, 1828; m. Marion Hulbut. 
Ashbel H.^, b. July 12, 1830; d. young. 
Ashbel H.s, b. Oct. 15, 1833; m. Almira Harding, 

b. Sept. 4, 1840. 
Syllena E.^, b. July 2, 1836 ; m. Daniel Sherman. 
Hiram E.^, b. May 15, 1840; m. Nellie Clark. 

25. P'liLO? Fuller, {Ashbel^, Abraham'^, Joseph^, John^, Samuel* ^ 

Edwar' ), b. Aug. 18, 1800, in Ferrisburg, Vt. ; d. ; m. 

Jan. I, 1822, Betsey Walker of Ferrisburg, Vt., b. June 14, 1802. 

The " vVslkers of the Old Plymouth Colony," published i86i, 
gives him as of Centreville, la. 

27. Philemon? Fuller, {Ashbel^, Abraham^, Joseph^, John\ 
Samuel^, Edward^), h. June 10, 1808, in Ferrisburg, Vu ; m. (i) 
Jane Wright; m. (2) Sarah Wright. He moved to Ohio. 

29. Joseph W.7 Fuller, {Isaac^, Abrahams, Joseph^, John\ 
Samuel^, Edward^), b. Nov. i, i797> at Roxbury, Ct. ; d. Aug. 11, 
1885; m. Jan. 8, 1824, Minerva Wheeler of New Haven, Vt., 

b. , d. April 18, 1858. They lived in Poultney, Vt, where 

their children were born. 

Children. 

83. I. Cornelia^, b. -^ ; unmarried. 

84. II. William^ b. ; unmarried. 

85. III. MaryS, 5^ . j^, Bush. Went to 

Illinois. 

86. IV. Sarah^, b. ; m. Rev. Thomas Cull. She d. 

in Stillwater, N. Y. 

87. V. Infant^, b. ; d. young. 

40. Henry Tga^r? Fuller, {Roswell^, Abraham^, Joseph^, 
Johnny Samuel^, Edward^), b. April 27, 1825, probably in Perrinton, 
Monroe Co., N. Y. ; d. 1889, probably in Racine, Wis., where he 
was a prominent lawyer; m. Sept. 16, 1856, Sarah Percival Strong, 
b. Dec. 14, 1837. 

Children. ^''^ 

88. *I. Percival S.^, b. . T 



24© DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

89. II. Henry T.^ b. . Said to reside in Los 

Angeles, Cal., but not in directory list for 1907. 
Perhaps other children. 

43. John M.7 Fuller, {Jeremiah^\ Abraham^, Joseph, John^, 
Samuel', Fu/7i>ani^),h. Dec. 12, 1806, in Kent, Ct. ; d. July 21, 
1861, at Kent; ni. Aug. 27, 1825, Cynthia Roath of Norwich, Ct., 
b. 1803, d. May 8, 1S40, at Kent, ae. 37 years. 

Children. 

90. I. Olivet b. Aug., 1832; m. (i) ; m. (2) 

Spangle. 

91. II. Mary~^, b. (Feb. 22, 1830. N. F.) 1833; m. (i) 

True ; m. (2) Edward Skiff of Kent, Ct. 

She d. at Kent May 5, 1898, ae. 66 years. 
Edward Skiff died at Kent Nov. 23, 1901, ae. 78 
years. 

41. Charles Wh,dman7 Fuller, {Jeraniah^, Abraham^, Joseph, 
Jo/iii^, Sa/ni/e/\ Edioard^), b. Feb. 2, 1810, in Kent, Ct. ; d. in 
Chicago, 111.; m. (i) Ruth Duncan; m. (2) May 5, 1844, Nancy 
Mitchell. 

Children. 

92. I. Lydia'^, b. 1836. (m. Loren Clark. N. F.) 

93. *II. Charles^ b. Mar. 9, 1838. 

94. III. Ruth"^, b. ; ni. Palmer Percy. . 

95. IV. George^, b. . 

96. V. Ashbel^ b. . 

97. VI. Ashbeis 2d, b. . 



45. Ashhel? Fuller, {Jeremiah'', Abraham^, Joseph, John^, 
Samue/', Ju/ioan/'), h. July 26, 1816, in Kent, Ct. ; d. Jan. 4, 1873, 
at Kent; m. (i) Olive C. Sedgwick, sister of General Sedgwick of 

Rebellion fame, b. , d. Jan. 15, 1856, ae. 39; m. (2) 

Margaret B. Smith, b. , d. Nov. 13, 1864, ae. 45 ; m. (3) 

Lavinia" Fuller, dau. of John Ransom'* Fuller. She was living 
(1896) with her son ICdward, at Scranton, Pa. 

Children of third wife. 

98. I. Benjamin Sedgwick**, b. 1866 ; d. Feb. 12, 1867, ae. 

8 months. 

99. II. Edward Payson^, b. Oct. 6, 1867. (Newton Fuller 

MSS.) 
100. III. Margaret Louise^, b. April 4, 1870; d. Jan. 25, 

1885. 



ABRAHAMS FULLER'S DESCENDANTS. 24 1 

46. Abraham? Fuller, {Jeremialfi, Abraham^, Joseph^, John\ 
Samuel*, Edward^), b. Aug. 15, 1822, in Kent, Ct. ; ni. (i) 
Hannah Duncan, who d. about one year after ; m. (2) June 5, 1844, 
Emily M. Bishop of Woodbury, Ct., b. Jan. 17, 1826, d. Dec. 17, 
1900, at Kent. 

Children, b. in Kent. 
loi. I. Hannah^, b. Dec. 20, 1842; m. Oct. 11, i87i,at 

Kent, Edward H. Austin. They reside at Gay- 
lordsville, Ct. Children: (i) John Fuller^, b. 
Mar. 29, 1873; i^- J^ii- i5> 1S96, Harriet Pearl 
Haynes of Salt Lake City, and had John Fuller 
Jr.'°, b. Oct. 23, 1896, and Edmund Haynes'*', b. 
Feb. 19, 1898, d. June i, 1902. (2) Elvira 
Reed^, b. Mar. 5, 1878. (3) Mary ElizabetJc*, 
b. Jan. 5, 1 88 1 J m. Jan. 21, 1903, Lewis \V. 
Burr of Bridgeport, Ct., and had Esther'", b. 
Dec. 19, 1903. (4) Thomas^, b. Aug. 16, 1S82 ; 
m. Nov. 22, 1905, Julia Genevieve Hungerford. 

102. n. Ella C.^ b. Sept. 20, 1846 ; d. June 4, 1891. 

103. HL Olivet b. Dec. 10, 1854; d. Dec. 13, 1906, at Elast 

Northfield, Mass. ; m. D. N. Selleg of Newburgh, 
N. Y. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

49. Robinson^ Fuller, {FrederickT, Esbotfi, Abraham^^ Josephs, 

JohnT>y Samuel*, Edward^), b. ; m. . 

Children. 

104. L Fanny9, b. . 

105. n. Frederick9, b. , at Keesville, N. Y. 

106. HL Hattie9, b. . 

52. EsBON Gillette^ Fuller, {MillonT, Esborf", Abraham^ 
Joseph'!, JohnT>, Samuel*, Edward^), b. March 4, 1810, at North 
Ferrisburg, Vt. ; d. Jan. 14, 1892, at Marysville, Cal. ; ra. (i) 1834, 
at Gaines, N. Y., Elizabeth Beech, da < of Dr. Jesse Beech; she d. 
1853; m. (2) 1865, at Minneapolis, Minn., Elizabeth Conley, who 
d. at Salt Lake City in 1878. 

Judge Ezbon Gillette settled in Branch Co., Mich., in 1837. 

Children. 

107. L Ada Amelia^, b. ; d. 1864 ; m. Major J. W. 

Church, U. S. A. 

108. tn. Jesse Beech9, b. . 

109. HL Alida Elizabeth^, b. ; d. unm. 



242 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

53. Milton Hinckley^ Fuller, {Milioti', Esborfi, Abraham^^ 

Joseph'^, John^, Sai/aiel', Edward^), b. ; d. ; 

m. . 

Children. 
no. I. Adelbert9, b. ; m. and had a dau. Mary. 

55. EznoN'* Fuller, {GidconT, Ezlwn^, Abrahavii, Joseph^, John^, 
Samuel*, Edward^), b. ; m. Jane Hand. 

Children. 

111. I. Helena, b. ; m. Martin Williams. 

112. $11. Truman9, b. . 

113. III. Augustus^, b. . 

56. Lx)Uis B.^ Fuller, ( Gideon^, Ezborfi, Abraham'^, Joseph'^, 
John^, Samuel*, Edward^'), b. Feb. 7, 1823, in Ferrisburg, Vt. ; d. 
there March 19, 1892; m. Oct. 23, 1850, Mary Ann Satterly, b. 
July I, 1832, in Ferrisburg, d. there Feb. 12, 1867. 

Children. 

114. I. Abram9, b. ; d. in childhood. 

115. II. Eleanor Lx)rette9, b. Nov. 18, 1854; m. March 20, 

1878, Col. Medad Martin. Children: (i) 
Hoiiiard L.^°, b. Nov. 3, 1879. (2) Louis E.'°, 
h. Nov. 4, 1880, 

116. III. Gideon S.'^, b. July 28, 1856, in Ferrisburg; d. 

1883. 

117. IV. Hattie Estella^, b. Aug., 1861 ; m. Dec, 1891, 

William Orr. Children: {\) Louis'°. (2) Ada'°. 

(3) //(lf0ld">. 

1 18. V. Lucy Ella'>, b. Dec. 18, 1864; m. April, 1896, 

Edwin Folsom. Children: (i) Dorothy Z^.'° 
(2) Eleanor E^° (3) Marian L.^° 

59. Leman J.5 Fuller, {Sheldon^, Ashabel^, Abraham^, Joseph^, 
JohnT>, Samuel*, Edioard^), b. March 7, 1810; d. Aug. 8, 1888, at 
FuUerville, N. Y.; m. Abigail A. Parker, b. Oct. 8, 181 1, d. Dec. 7, 
1861. 

He lived at FuUerville, N. Y. 

Children : 

119. I. Adelia'^, b. Feb. 11, 1829. 

120. II. Gillett9, b. Sept. 17, 1831 ; d, Sept. 28, 1831. 

121. III. Andrew G.9, b. Nov. 8, 1832 ; d. June 22, 1833. 

122. tlV. Daniel Webster^, b. May i, 1834. 




Spencer R. Fuller. 



124. 


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125. 


*VIL 


126. 


VIII, 


127. 


IX, 


r28. 


X 



ABRAHAMS FULLER'S DESCENDANTS. 243 

123. V. Irene H.9, b. July 14, 1836; m. Jan. 25, 1863, 

George F. Steele, b. Dec. 23, 1827, d. . 

Children: (i) Mary ^."', b. Dec. 24, 1863; d. 
Dec. 29, 1 87 1. (2) George Z.'°, b. April 14, 
1865. (3) Emtnaline^°, b. Nov. 20, 1866. (4) 
lVitinif>ed^°, b. Nov. 19, 1868. (5) Lemyra"^^ 
b. Sept. 9, 1872; d. Aug. 7, 1874. (6) SUlla 
C'°, b. May 16, 1879. (7) Leona Avis'^^ b. 
June 17, 1880. 

Aaron L.9, b. Nov. 25, 1838. 

Oscar P.9, b. June 15, 1840. 

Leaman A.9, b. Aug. 25, 1847 ; d. Feb. ii, 1888. 

Marcia P.9, b. April 17, 1852 ; d. June 9, 1872. 

Lemyra9, b. Oct. 31, 1856; m. Dec. 23, 1879, 
Charles J. Wright, b. Nov. 2, 1852. Children: 
(i) Charles Rolla^'', b. Dec. 22, 1884. (2) 
Elsie Leviyra^°, b. Dec. 17, 1887. (3) Vernon 
Fuller'°, b. May 4, 1889. Mr. and Mrs. Wright 
reside at Fergus Falls, Minn. 

68. Isaac M.^ Fuller, {HetnanT, Ashbel^, AdrahaniS, Joseflt^^ 
Johtii, Samuel^, E(l7uard^),h. Aug. 16, 1836; m. Feb. 17, 1867, 
Maria L. Parker, b. Sept. 15, 1840, d. April 16, 1892. 

Children. 
129. I. Alice9, b. Oct. 13, 1876; d. March 15, 1892. She 

was an adopted daughter. 

72. Spencer R.^ Fuller, {AshbelT, Ashbel^, Abraham^, JosepJt^^ 
John^, Samuel^, Edward^^, b. June 6, 1829, at Fullerville, St. 
Lawrence Co., N. Y. ; d. Sept. 16, 1870; m. Nov. 20, i860, Miss 
Sarah L. Horr of Carthage, N. Y., b. July 31, 1838, dau. of Elijah 
and Gertrude (Vedder) Horr. 

Mr. Fuller prepared for college at Falley Serainary, Fulton, N. Y. ; 
graduated from Wesleyan University in 1859. In 1861 he joined 
the M. E. Black River Conference and was appointed to Martinsburg, 
N. Y., and after a year's service there was appointed pastor of the 
First M. E. Church, Syracuse, N. Y., where he remained three years. 
In 1864 he was appointed pastor of the First M. E. Church of 
Rome, N. Y. In 1866 he accepted the position of Principal of 
Genesee Wesleyan Seminary at Lima, N. Y. This position he 
resigned after two years of service to accept the pastorate of the 
Arsenal Street Church at Water town, N. Y., and it was during this 
pastorate that his death occurred. 



244 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Children. 

130. $1. Charles Spencer^, b. Oct. 11, 1862. 

131. II. Mary Ada^, b. March 16, 1865, in Rome, N. Y. ; 

£^raduated Batavia Union School 1882 ; Syracuse 
University 1886; taught Oakland and Napa, 
Cal., 1886-88; Lyons, N. Y., 1888-90; m. Jan. 
8, 1890, Henry Dana Fearon, b. Jan. 18, 1864, 
Pratts Hollow, N. Y. Reside 205 Main street, 
Oneida, N. Y. Children: {\) Spencer F.^°,h. 
Nov. I, 1890. (2) Gladys Z>.'°, b. Dec. 3, 1892. 
(3) Carrol Z?.'°, b. Sept. 12, 1896, (4) Robert 
H.'°, b. Aug. 7, 1900. (5) Charles F.'°, b. July 
30, 1902. (6) Hetiry D.Jr^°, b. June 20, 1904. 

132. III. Nettie Gertrude9, b. May 20, 1868; m. Rev. 

Frederick D. Leete, b. Oct. i, 1866. Children: 
Belen Z>.'°, b. Apr. 5, 1893. {2) Jeanette F.'°, 
b. Nov. 16, 1894. (3) Frederick D. Jr.'°, b 
Nov. 12, 1901. 

74. Gardner^ Fuller, {AshdeP, Ashbel^, Abraham^, Joseph^, 

John^, Samuel^, Fdward'), b. Nov. 21, 1833, in Fullerville, St. 

Lawrence Co., N. Y. ; m. Aug. 4, 1868, Julia Tarbox, b. March 6, 

1845, dau. of Henry and Julia (Brainard) Tarbox. They have no 

children. 

Gardner Fuller prepared for college at Cazenovia and Falley 
seminaries ; was graduated from Wesleyan University, Middletown, 
Ct., in 1858 and received his M. A. degree in 1861. After having 
taught schools at Great Barrington, Mass., Newtown and Bridgeport, 
Ct., and at Macedon Academy, N. Y., he became principal of the 
Batavia, N. Y., Union School. As principal of the high school and 
superintendent of schools he served here twenty-three years until 
I S90, when he went abroad. After several years of travel in Europe 
and on the Pacific coast of our own country, he returned to Batavia 
in March, 1895, and in April was appointed superintendent of the 
New York State School for the Blind. He resigned the position 
Sept. I, 1 901, and spent the next year and a half in European travel. 
His permanent address is Batavia, N, Y. 

88. Percival S.^ Fuller, {Henry T.T, Roswell^, Abraham^, 

Joseph*, John^, Samuel*, Edward*), b. ; d. about 1896, 

probably in Racine, Wis., where he was a lawyer ; m. . 




Gardner Fuller. 



ABRAHAMS FULLER'S DESCENDANTS. 245 

The widow and children of Percival S. Fuller reside in Racine, 
Wis. (1906) 

93. Charles^ Fuller, {Charles Wildman^ ^ JeremiaJfi^ Abraham'^, 
Joseph'*, John^, Samuel^, Ed7vard^), b. March 9, 1838, in Minonk, 
111. ; m. Dec. 24, 1866, Harriet HoUenback. 

Children. 

133. I. Emogene9, b. Oct. 28, 1867. 

134. II. Lora L.9, b. Aug. 28, 1871. 

135. III. Henry9, b. Aug. 17, 1873. (Newton Fuller MSS.) 

NINTH GENERATION. 

108. Jesse Beech"? Fuller, {Esbon Gillette, MiliorPy Esbo^y 

Abraham^, Joseph'^, John^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. ; 

m. . 

Col. Fuller is United States pension agent, San Francisco, Cal., 
and rose from private to Lieut. Colonel by brevet in the Civil War. 

Children. 

136. I. Mary Cressy'°, b. ; m. E. E. Stone, Supt. 

State Hospital at Napa, Cal., and has two 
children, Cressy" and Elmer E." 

137. II. John Henry'°, b. ; m. Betsey Morgan. 

Resides at San Francisco, Cal. 

138. III. Ada'°, b. ; m. Jacob S. Mery of San Fran- 

cisco and has a dau., Elinor Mary". 

139. IV. Justin Keyser'°, b. ; student in University 

of California. (1907) 

112. Truman9 Fuller, (Ezbor^, GideotH, Ezbon^, Abrahams^ 
Joseph^, Jffhn^, Samuel^, Edward'), b. about 1847 in N. Ferrisburg, 
Vt. ; d. about 1906; m. July 8, 1878, at Westfield, Mass., Addie F. 
Fuller, b. in Troy, N. Y., dau. of Elbridge and Eurelia. (Westfield, 
Mass., Records.) 

Children. 

140. I. Addie'o, b. . 

141. *II. Frank Green'°, b. . 



122. Daniel Webster9 Fuller, {Leaman J?, Sheldon^, Ashbft^t 
Abraham^, Joseph'', John^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. May i, 1834, at 
FuUerville, N. Y. ; m. June 2, 1861, Irene Woodcock, b. Aug. 11, 
1838. 



246 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Children. 

142. I. Hiram'°, b. Aug. II, 1862. 

143. II. Ina IMay'°, b. June 18, 1864; m. Oct. 11, 1885, 

Francis E. Thompson, b. Oct. 22, 1863. 
Children : (i) Karl Fu/kr^\ b. Sept. 20, 1890. 

144. *III. Grant W.'°, b. Sept. 26, 1869. 

145. IV. Minnie Vauche'°, b. Dec. 20, 1872; m. May 17, 

1892, James Edward Bishop, b. March 8, 1869. 
Children : (i) James Aaron^\ b. April 4, 1893. 

146. V. Sherman D.'°, b. Sept. 10, 1874. 

124. Aaron L.9 Fuller, {Lcatnan J.^, SheldotiT, Ashbel^, 
Abraham^, Joseph^, Johni, Samuel'', Ediaard^), b. Nov. 25, 1838; 
d. Feb. 15, 1870; m. Feb. i, 1866, Malinda Booth, b. July 15, 1839. 

Children. 

147. I. Minnie Vauche'°, b. June 2, 1869. 

125. Oscar P.'J Fuller, {Leamati J.^, SheldouT, Ashbel^, 
Alnaliam^, Joseph'^, J<^^^'i^t Satniiel^, Edward^), b. June 15, 1840; 
m. June 27, 1863, Martha A. Ralph, b. April 20, 1841. 

Children. 

148. I. Fred B.'°, b. July 18, 1861. 

149. II. Helena'°, b. Sept. 23, 1863; m. Feb. 5, 1886, 

Harry E. Denison, b. Feb. 4, 1865. Child : 
(i) Beulah'\ b. April 22, 1889. 

150. III. Ainsworth L.'°, b. June 28, 1871 ; m. Clara 

Morehouse. 

130. Charles S.'^ Fuller, {Speneer^, AshbeP, Ashbel^, Abraham^, 
Joseph^, John^, Samuel', Ediaard'), b. Oct. 11, 1862, at Syracuse, 
N. Y. ; m. Oct. 18, 1894, Katherine Brinkman, who d. Dec. 2, 1901. 
No children. 

Mr. Fuller entered Syracuse University 1882. Member of Zeta 
Psi fraternUy. He became a traveling salesman in 1885. Now 
resides in Chicago, 111. Member of Illinois Athletic Club. 

TE>4TH GENERATION. 

141. Frank Green'° Fuller, {Trumaifi, Ezbon^, Gideon^, 

Ezboifi, Abraham^, Joseph'^, John^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. ; 

m. . 

Children. 

151. I. Henry", b. . 

15a. II. Ray", b. . 




Charles Spencer Fuller. 



JACOBS fuller's DESCENDANTS. 247 

144. Grant W.'° Fuller, {Daniel Webster^, Leavian J?, 
ShelcIojiT, Ashbel^, Abraham^, Joseph^, Johni, Samuel*, Edward^), 
b. Sept. 26, 1869; m. Dec. ii, 1895, Mary Alyce Towne, b. Oct. 
24, 1869. 



TWENTY-SEVENTH GROUP. 
FIFTH GENERATION. 

102. Jacobs Fuller, {Joseph'^, John^, Samuel*, Edward^'), b. 
1739 in Colchester or Kent, Ct. ; d. March 6, 1816, at Kent, ae. 78 
years; m. Feb. 23, 1764, Elizabeth Paine, (or Payne) b. 1741, d. 
Jan. 9, 1819, at Kent, ae. 78 years. 

Married " by Ebenezer Knibloe, pastor." 

Children, born in Kent. 

1. $1. James*^, b. Dec. 12, 1764. 

2. II. Margaret^, b. Sept. 20, 1766; m. March 18, 1793, 

Asa Parkes (or Parker). Child: {i) JuliaT,\>. 
Sept. 25, 1795. 

3. III. Elizabeth^, b. June 29, 1768; m. John Arnold. 

(F. A. F.) 

4. IV. Lydia Day^, b. July 9, 1770; d. young. "^^^ 

5. V. Jacob*^, b. April 22, 1772. 

6. VI. Dimmis^, b. July 3, 1774 ; d. young. "Vv,* 
-^ 7. VII. Ruth^ b. March 6, 1776. 

8. VIII. Sarah*^, b. Nov. 12, 1778; d. young. i.-t» 

9. IX. Isaac'5, b. Nov. 24, 1785 ; d. young, i.^ 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

1. James^ Fuller, {Jacobs, Josephs, John^, Samuel*, Edward ^)f 
b. Dec. 12, 1764, in Kent, Ct. ; d. Aug. 4, 1830, at Kent, CU; m. 
Judith Main. (Kent records.) 

"James Fuller died at Kent, Ct., Aug. 4, 1830, aged 63." 
(Gravestone.) 

" Judith, wife of James Fuller, died at Kent June 26, 1820, ae. 
46." (Gravestone.) 

Children. 

16. I. Chauncey?, b. Oct., 1795. He d. Jan. 28, 1812, in 

17th year, (gravestone) at Kent. 



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248 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

TWENTY-EIGHTH GROUP. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

105. Matthews Fuller, {Benjamin^, John^, Samuel^, Ed- 
7C'iin/'), b, March 6, 1723, in Colchester; d. ; m. July 5, 

1748, Joanna Root of Southington, Ct. 

Farmington, Ct., deeds, Vol. 25, p. 421, show that Matthew and 
Joanna Fuller were of Nobletown, (now Hillsdale) Albany Co., N. Y., 
on Feb. 13, 1783. The deed was acknowledged in Berkshire Co., 
Mass. 

Children, born in Sharon. 

I. tl. Benjamin^ b. April 11, 1749. 

Probably others. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

1. Benjamin*^ Fuller, {Afatthav^, Benjamin'^, John^, Samuel^, 

Edward^), b. April 11, 1749, in Sharon, Ct. ; d. ; m. Dec. 

25, 1 781, Christiana Hamlin, dau. of Eleazer Hamlin of Kent, Ct. 

TWENTY-NINTH GROUP. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

108. Josl\hS Fuller, {Benjamin'^, John^, Sarnuel^, Edward^), 
b. Feb. 23, 1729-30, in Colchester, Ct. ; d. ; m. Dec. 20, 

1749, Irena Dickinson. Removed to Oblong, Dutchess Co., N. Y. 
The ** Oblong " was a strip of disputed territory between 

Dutchess Co., N. Y., and the Connecticut line, about i^ miles 
wide, extending from the Massachusetts line to Westchester Co., 
N. Y., settled earlier than adjoining N. Y. territory because land 
there was sold, instead of being leased to settlers. Putnam Co. was 
taken from Dutchess Co. about 1800. County records were burned 
at Brewsters, N. Y., the county seat,, some years ago. 

THIRTIETH GROUP. 
FIFTH GENERATION. 

110. Benjamins Fuller, {Benjatnin^, Johni, Samuel^, Edward^), 
b. April 2, 1734, at Colchester; m. May 19, 1757, at Middle 
Haddam, Ct., Parthena Hubbard, b. May 31, 1739, dau. of John 
and Lois (Clark) Hubbard. This family lived in Sharon, Ct. 



BENJAMINS fuller's DESCENDANTS. 249 

Children, born in Sharon. 

1. I. Content^, b. July 2, 1758. 

2. II. Parthena^ b. about 1762; m. Dec. 2, 17S7, Elijah 

Goodwin, who was b. at Hartford, Ct., Feb. 6, 
1763. Removed to Sharon in 1783. In Jan., 
1793, he purchased a farm of 100 acres in Hunt- 
ington, Luzerne Co., Pa., and at once located 
there. He d. at Huntington, Pa., Sept. 20, 1S04. 
Mrs. Parthena Goodwin d. Feb. 24, 1797, at the 
same place. Children: (i) GeorgeT, m. Mary 
Seward. ( 2 ) JamesT, d. in Huntington ; unm. 
(3) CharksTy d. after July, 1813; unm. (4) 
RichardT, who was living in West Carlisle, Cos- 
hocton Co., O., Oct. 21, 1821. (5) CynihiaTf 

m. Bull ; lived near Seneca I^ke, N. Y. 

(6) Aureliai, d. after July, 1813; unm. (7) 
MorillaJ, m. Charles Fritz. (8) OdedienceT, d- 
unm. 

3. HI. John^ b. ; is called CapL John Fuller of 

Sharon. 



APPENDIX. 

Further information in regard to descendants of Beulah (Fuller) 
Whittlesey, (see page 79) received too late for insertion under the 
proper heading, is given herewith. 

Julius L.5 Dunning, who married Martha Whittlesey Nov. 20, 
1808, was b. 1783 at Saybrook, now Centrebrook, Ct., youngest son 
of Rev. Benj.4 and Anna'' (Botsford) Dunning. 

Rev. Benj.4, who d. there in 1785, ae. 45, after a ten-years* 
pastorate of the Second Congregational Church, was b. and m. in 
Newtown, Ct., and was the fourth in name there, the first Benjamin 
having been one of the original settlers in 17 10. 

Mr. and Mrs. Dunning resided first in Shelby Centre, N. Y., but 
before 181 7 removed to New York City, where he became a member 
of the firm of Dunning & Prior, booksellers. He d. there Feb. 6, 
1829, and cbout 1S32 the family returned to Shelby Centre. 
Their children. 

I. Elizabeth9, b. March 15, 1810, at Shelby Centre ; 
d. July, 1869, at Woburn, Mass.; m. Nov. 22, 
1829, at N. Y. City, Thomas Valentine Sulli- 
van, born at Boston, Mass., June 2, 1800, d. 
Jan. 7, 1859, at Woburn, Mass., son of Thomas 
and Rebecca (Belcher) Sullivan. Capt. Sullivan 
had been a mariner from his youth, and at the 
time of his marriage was in command of a mer- 
chant vessel. He had a most stirring and event- 
ful career. In 1833 he became deeply interested 
in religious and missionary work, particularly 
among seamen, and subsequently devoted him- 
self to that cause. From 1S35 to 1842 he was 
traveling ageni for the American Bible Society in 
the region of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence 
River, later coming to Boston and pursuing 
similar work among the salt water sailors as 
Marine Missionary at Large. He was chiefly 
instrumental in establishing the Sailors' Snug 



V f 



APPENDIX. 25 1 

Harbor at Germantown, Mass., and was the 
organizer of the Y. M. C. A. at Boston, the first 
in the country. Children : 
(i) Thomas Va/efitine^°, b. March 24, 1831, N. Y. 
City ; m. Aug. 30, 1855, at Gorham, Me., Arathusa 
Johnson, b. at Woburn, Mass., Oct. 20, 1836, d. 
Dec. 16, 1906, at Lynn, Mass., dau. of Munson 
and Sarah (Thompson) Johnson; had 11 chil- 
dren, all but the youngest born at Woburn : i, 
Sarah Elizabeth", b. June 29, 1857, d. May 30, 
1876; ii, Thomas Valentine", b. Jan. 9, 1859, 
m. March 21, 1896, at Franklin Falls, N. H., 
Mabel, b. June 29, 1875, at Stanstead, P. Q., dau. 
Guy and Emma (Knight) Brown; iii, Harriet 
E.", b. Oct. 10, 1862, m, June 13, 18S5, at 
Lynn, Herbert E. Dodge, b. Oct. 14, 1S56, at 
Stoneham, Mass.; iv, Minnie A.", b. March 3, 
1865, m. Aug. 10, 1887, at Lynn, Fred R. 
Williams, b. Jan. 26, 1864; v, Mary T.", b. 
April 3, 1867; vi, Julius Howard", b. Dec. 19, 
1870, d. June 9, 1905, m. July 11, 1895, Alice 
Verity, b. May 4, 1877, at Reading, Mass., dau. 
of John and Clara (Parker) Verity; vii, Fred 
M.", b. Nov. 2, 1874, d. Aug. 16, 18S9; viii, 
Herbert D.", b. 1876, d. Sept. 9, 1877; ix, 
Arthur", and x, Atherton", (twins) b. April 17, 
1880, Arthur d. July 13, 1880, and Atherton d. 
March 7, 1881 ; xi, Grace E.", b. July 14, 1882, 
at Lynn, m. there June 9, 1901, Clarence H. 
Berrett. 

(2) Julius Luctus^°, b. Feb. 6, 1833, at Shelby Centre, 
N. Y. ; d. Jan., 1888, at Somerville, Mass.; m. 
March 26, 1856, at Woburn, Mass., Mary Marvin, 
and had: i, Stephen", b. 1858, d. 1883, un- 
married; ii, William Dunning", b. 1863, m. 
1888, Alice Hayward; iii, Josephine Smith", b. 
May 4, 1886, m. Joseph Whitraer; iv, George 
Lincoln", b. April 18, 1872. 

(3) Rebecca Smif/i'°, b. May 13, 1835, at Shelby 
Centre; d. Feb. 19, 1899, in N. Y. City; m. 
Oct. 7, 1856, at Woburn, Mass., Dr. Ephraim 
Cutler, b. there Sept. 1, 1832, and had nine 
children, all but the youngest b. at Woburn : i, 
Benjamin", b. Sept. 6, 1857, m. April 8, 18S4, 
Isabelle Mason; ii, Ephraim", b. Jan. 11, 1859, 
m. Oct. 7, 1879, at Cambridge, Mass., Cora, b. 
there April 24, 1858, dau. Caleb Brown and 



252 APPENDIX. 

Eliza Ann Bradbury; iii, Thomas Sullivan", b. 
Feb. 16, 1861, d. Jan. 31, 1863 ; iv, John A.", b. 
June 27, 1S63, ni. May 28, 1891, at Worcester, 
Mass., Ellen Bigelow Wright ; v, Mary Whitte- 
more", b. July 11, 1865, d. July i, 1874; vi, 
Rebecca Russell", b. Nov. i, 1867, d. Feb. i, 
1869; vii, Lewis Whitney", b. Dec. 17, 1869, d. 
June 26, 1874 ; viii, Grace Dunning", b. May 
26, 1872, d. Dec. 30, 1877 ; ix, Edward Parker", 
b. July 20, 1875, ^t Cambridge, Mass., d. June 
1 1, 1898. 

(4) F.lizabcth D.'°, b. Jan. 3, 1838, at Seneca Falls, 
N. Y. ; d. in infancy. 

(5) Martha lVhittlesey^°, b. Dec. 19, 1839, at Seneca 
Falls; m. Jan. 7, 1864, at Woburn, Dr. Samuel 
Warren Abbott, b. there June 12, 1837, d. at 
Newton Centre, Mass., Oct. 21, 1904. Children: 
i, Samuel", b. in Woburn Sept. 21, 1864, m. 
June 21, 1893, in Milford, Del., Madeline, b. 
June 4, 1868, in Philadelphia, Pa., dau. of 
Samuel and Mary (Neall) White; ii, Ruth 
Elizabeth", b. Dec. 31, 1866, in Woburn; iii, 
Anne Rebecca", b. in Wakefield, Mass., May 18, 
1S73, m. there April 25, 1901, Arthur Wendell 
Durnham, b. April 19, 1876, at Ohio, N. S. ; iv, 
Florence Winn", b. Aug. 21, 1879, ^^ Wakefield, 
d. March 18, 1883. 

(6) John HowanP°, b. April 28, 1842, at Oswego, 
N. Y. ; m. March 26, 1873, at Boston, Mass., 
Carrie Josephine Goodenough, b. there Aug. 3, 
1854, dau. of Jonathan Bradford and Lydia 
(I)ustin) Goodenough. Children, all born in 
r.oston, Mass.: i, Henry Howard", b. Nov. 14, 
1876, m. April 17, 1907, in Boston, Christina 
Anne, b. July 22, 1877, at Barney's River, N. S., 
daughter of Alexander and Anne (Campbell) 
Ross; ii, Gertrude Mary", b. March 17, 1901. 

(7) Jt'ii<^ Attgitsta^°, b. July 24, 1845, at Quincy, 
Mass.; d. March 16, 187?, at Woburn; m. there 
Feb. 3, 1869, John S. Brown. 

n. Julia9, b. ; d. in infancy. 

HI. Edwin9, b. ; d. in infancy. 

IV. Emily Matilda9, b. July 6, 181 7, in N. Y. City; d. 
April 4, 1882, at Scranton, Pa.; m. June 22, 
1842, at Seneca Falls, Charles A. Stevens, b. at 
Harpersfield, N. Y., Jan. 18, 1818, d. Jan. 17, 
1 88 1, at Scranton, Pa. Children : 



APPENDIX. 253 

(i) EsieUe^°, b. Sept. 30, 1843, in Palmyra, N. Y. ; 
m. March 8, 1866, in Scranton, Pa., Charles B. 
Derman and had : i, Charles Frederic", b. Oct. 
6, 1867, d. June 30, 1868; ii, Samuel Stevens", 
b. April 6, 1869, ra. April 25, 1898, Adaline 
Sterling; iii, Emily Frederica", b. Oct. 6, 1876. 

(2) Satnuel H.'°, b. March 19, 1845, in Buffalo, N. Y. ; 
m. May 21, 1873, i"^ Scranton, Pa., Mary, b. Dec. 
8, 1849, at Marshall, Mich., dau. of Claudius B. 
and Mary E. (Phelps) Pratt; children: i, 
Charles Butler", b. March 21, 1875, m. Nov. 5, 
1902, Harriet Berry; ii, Helen Louise", b. Jan. 
8, 1878, m. Sept. 5, 1901, Charles W. Hurlburt; 
iii, Walter Phelps", b. March 13, 1882. 

(3) Charles A^°, b. March 16, 1847, in Lockport, 
N. Y. ; d. Dec. 31, 1847. 

(4) Julius D.^°, b. Oct. 9, 1848; unmarried. 

(5) Emi/y J/.'°, b. Nov. 27, 1850, in Cortland, N. Y. 

(6) Charlotte A.'°, b. Feb. 13, 1853, in Coxsackie, 
N. Y. ; m. Oct. 21, 1872, at Scranton, Pa., John 
O'Connor; children: i, Charles Thomas", b. 
May 14, 1884, in N. Y. City; three others died 
in infancy. 

V. Martha9, b. Feb. 8, 1821 ; d. Jan. 11, 1889, at 
Scranton ; unm. 
VI. Julius Nevvton9, b. 1823 in N. Y. City; d. abt. 
1848 at Nassau, New Providence; m. at Roches- 
ter, N. Y., Kate Cunningham. No children. 
Vn. Julia9, b. abt. 1825 in N. Y. City; d. at Little 
Rock, Ark.; m. Feb., 1846, at Shelby Centre, 
Chester B. Sherman. They resided at Assabet, 
Mass., for some years; later in Newark, N. Y. 
Soon after 1866 removed to Huntsville, Ala., 
where Mr. Sherman d. and the widow with chil- 
dren Ida, Frederick, Cora and Martha, removed 
to Little Rock, Ark. 
VIII. Augusta?, b. abt. 1827 in N. Y. City; d. in 18S3 at 
Grand Id., Neb. ; m. Oct. 15, 1872, at Scranton, 
Monroe C. Kidder of Omaha, Neb. No children- 

In regard to Cornelius Fuller of Greene Co., N. Y., mentioned on 
page 136, who may be a descendant of Cornelius^, page 135, Mrs. 
S. L. Munson of Windham, Greene Co., states that she is "the 
daughter of Barney Fuller, the thirteenth child of Major Cornelias 
Fuller;" that according to the inscription on the gravestone of 
Cornelius, her grandfather, he died June 18, 1839, in his 69th year. 



254 APPENDIX. 

and Zilpha (Knapp) Fuller, his wife, died July lo, 1829. His sons' 
names were Peter, Aaron, William, Horace, Elijah, John, Barney and 
Amos. The daughters I remember hearing of were Hannah — m. 
Deacon Rider, Zilpha — m. Heman Bump, Chloe — m. Ambrose 
Brackett and went to Michigan, Sally — m, Hiram Fox, Rebecca — 
m. Orren Parsons. Barney Fuller had seven children, four sons and 
three daughters. Two sons, Roswell and Oscar, and two daughters, 
Mrs. Oscar Bronson and Mrs. Munson, reside in Windham. Peter 
Fuller had a son Asahel, who visited Windham many years ago from 
Ashtabula, O." 

It appears there are no deeds on record in Greene Co. to indicate 
where Major Cornelius came from. His will — Aug., 1839 — bequeaths 
property to Hiram Fox and wife Sally, sons and daughters Phebe, 
Hannah, Clark, Peter, Cloy, Orrin, Martha, Horace, Cornelius, 
Barney, Elijah, Amos, Rebecca and John, and grandson, Cornelius 
Bump. 

Information from Adjutant General's office, Washington, D. C, is 
that "one Cornelius Fuller served as Major of Van Dolfsen's Reg., 
New York Militia, War of 181 2. His service commenced Aug. 22, 
1814, and expired Oct. 4, 18 14." 

Johns, Samuel^, John3, Samuel*, Edward'. 

In regard to John-S Samuel'*, perhaps the John Fuller of 
Farmington, Ct., (see page 169) Prof. Brainard's notes show from 
Farmington Probate Records a will of John Fuller Senior of 
Burlington, Ct., dated Oct. i, 1807, with children as below : 

I. John Jr., (d. 1815, inventory taken Dec. 7, 1815). 

II. Jesse of Burlington, (whose will, dated Nov. 13, 

1813, gives names of wife Obedience; dau. 
Hannah, w. of Timothy Woodruff Jr. ; a dau., w. 
of Nathaniel Rogers ; dau. Sally, w. of Eli 
Alderman ; dau. Lucina, w. of Orange Barnes ; 
dau. Rhoda, w, of James Andrews; dau. 
Obedience; sons David, Ira, Orrin, Allen). 

III. Daniel. 

IV. Josiah. 

And grandsons, Asaph and Chauncey Fuller; the 
latter died 183J, aged 43. 

My correspondent, Mr. Sherman W. Fuller of Garrettsville, O., 
states that he was born May 27, 1835 ; that his father was Chauncey 



APPENDIX. 25s 

Fuller of Avon, Ct., who was bom Mar. 25, 1794; died May 4, 
i8jy ; that his mother was Annis (Humphrey) Fuller, dau. of 
Ralph Humphrey; that his grandfather was Josiah Fuller, who he 
thinks was born in Avon or Canton, Ct. ; that his grandmother's 
maiden name was Nancy Woodruff, who was also of Avon. 

Land Records show a John Fuller in Avon in 1763, and a John 
Fuller died in Burlington, Ct., April 6, 1838, aged 90 years. 

In view of the uncertainty of later history of Johns, I have 
thought best to preserve these names and dates here for the benefit 
of " whom it may concern." 

Falmouth, Mass., Fullers. 

Prof. Brainard gives, among others of the name whose ancestry 

has not been traced, " Ebenezer Fuller, b. in Barnstable, 

Mass. ; d. in Falmouth, Mass. ; m. Rachel Hatch, published June 
25, i79i> b. in Falmouth, d. May 26, 1853, aged 84 years. 
Children, born in Falmouth. 

I. Daniel, b. Oct. 10, 1791 ; m. Mehitable . 

n. Anna, b. Sept. 16, 1796. 

in. Jehiel, b. ; is named in church record. 

IV. David, b. Oct. 7, 1802. 

V. Desire, b. Sept. 16, 1804 ; m. May 23, 1830, Prince 
Gifford of Falmouth. 
VI. Ebenezer, b. June 16, 1806; d. June 4, 1828. 
VII. Job, b. Oct., 1808; d. Nov. 13, 1877, at Falmouth; 
unmarried. 

VIII. Reuben, b. Sept. 16, 181 2 ; m. Lucy . 

IX. Rachel, b. Sept. 17, 1814; d. May, 1850." 

A Cambridge, Mass., correspondent, searching for the ancestry of 
Ebenezer, found a Mr. Hinckley who gave a succession as follows: 

4th generation: Barnabas Fuller, ra. Feb. 25, 1694, Elizabeth 
Young. 

5th generation : Ebenezer Fuller, m. , Martha Jones. 

6th generation : Daniel Fuller, m. Nov. i, 1753, Martha Hinckley. 

7th generation : Ebenezer Fuller, m. , Rachel Hatch. 

But Barnstable Records give marriage of Barnabas Feb. 25, 1680, 
and that Ebenezer, his son, m. Ann Rowley. 

Prof. Brainard finds that Ebenezer, who m. Martha Jones, was a 
descendant of Capt. Matthew Fuller. 



ERRORS AND CORRECTIONS. 

It appears from circulars recently received that Lucy A. Brainard 
is the compiler of the Brainard Genealogy, instead of Prof. H. W. 
Brainard, as indicated on page 80. 

On page 49, the remark concerning ancestors of Thomas Hatch 
should appear after LydiaS instead of Mindwills. 

On page 54, it is stated, from Otis, that Samuels removed to 
Rochester. Prof. Brainard stales this is an error, and Colchester, 
Ct., is meant. 

On page 102, L. S. Penderson should be L. S. Punderson. 

On page 178, read Melvin G. and Matthew G. for Melvin C. and 
Matthew C. 



Index to Given Names of Fullers. 



Aaron, 42, 53, 179, 254 

Aaron L., 243, 246 

Abba A., 176 

Abbie Ann, 64 

Abbie M., 163 

Abby, 156 

Abel Williston, 212, 216 

Abiel, 58, 60 

Abigail, 45, 73, 74, 76, 139, 142, 

149, 168, 198, 207, 221, 222 
Abigail Sophia, 222 
Abner, 42 
Abraham, 48, 49, 53, 207, 208, 

210, 228, 229, 233, 234, 241 
Abram, 209, 229, 242 
Achsah, 86, 201 
Ada, 134, 245 
Ada Amelia, 241 
Ada Barrett, 132 
Ada Howard, 1 1 2 
Ada M., 216, 220 
Adaline, 104, 154 
Adaline Margaret, 95 
Addie, 245 
Addie May, 66 
Addison, 156, 163 
Addison R., 163 
Ade, 146 
Adelaide H., 217 
Adelbert, 242 
Adelia, 242 
Adolphus, 74 
A. Edward, 147 
Ainsworth L., 246 
Albert, 60, 139, 140 
Albert B., loi, 120 



Albert Balcom, 133 

Albert E., 118, 132 

Albert Edgar, 108, 126 

Albert Louis, 196, 197 

Alberta L., 126 

Albertine, 215 

Albin Wright, 98 

Albion G., 186 

Alexander Y., 212, 217 

Alfred, 119, 153, 157 

Alfred Riley, 157, 164 

Alice, 75, 76, 77, 119, 151, 216, 

243 
Alice Belle, 135 
Alice Green, 185 
Alice H., 147 
Alice Halliday, 220 
Alice Henrietta, 204 
Alice Louise, 188 
Alice May, 227 
Alice Sabina, 117 
Alida Elizabeth, 241 
Allen, 70, 254 
Allie J., 109, 127 
AUyn, 167 
Alma, 157 
Alma F., 1 1 1 
Almina A., 239 
Alraira, 70, 157 
Almira Augusta, 113 
Almira Harlan, 130 
Alta Etta, 206 
Alvin, 193 
Alvira, 59, 23<5 
Alvira N., 182 
Alvira Sophia, 196 



258 



Alzina, 203 
Amasa, 169 
Ambrose, 88, 104, 209, 212, 213, 

21S 
Ambrose A., 219 
Amelia, 143, 189, 238 
Amelia Ann, 74 
Amos, 136, 254 
Amy, 214 
Amy Dolores, 130 
Amy Louise, 113, 197 
Amzi, 154, 160 
Andrew, 46, 199 
Andrew Cornwall, 199 
Andrew E., 163, 167 
Andrew G., 242 
Andrew Howard, 114 
Andrew Jackson, 237, 238 
Angelia Maria, 97 
Angeline, 203, 211 
Ann, 14, 15, 17, 45, 50 
Ann Amelia, 145 
Ann Eliza, 185 
Ann Janette, 202 
Ann L., 194 
Ann Maria, 106 
Ann Rebecca, 159 
Anna, 33, 39, 74, 82, 88, 143, 

149, 169, 191, 195, 255 
Anna Ellen, 120 
Anna K., 100 
Anna Mabel, 133 
Anna Maria, 96 
Anne, 37, 77, 181, 186 - 
Anne G., 7 i 
Anne Rebecca, 189 
Annette Sarah, 97 
Annis, 85, 86, loi, 150, 208 
Anselm, 212, 217 
Aola B., 123 
Arathusa, 143 
Ariel, 21 1 
Arminda, 155 
Arminta, 235 
Armintus, 235 
Arthur, 171, 172 
Arthur A., 68, 69 



Arthur B., 219 

Arthur Edward, 189 

Arthur Monroe, 129 

Arthur Raymond, 141 

Arthur Rolando, 197 

Arthur W., 109, 127 

Asa, 58, 85, 99, 153, 159, 169 

Asa C., 170, 172 

Asa S., 170 

Asahel, 174, 254 

Asaph, 254 

Asenath, 74,82, 115, 150, 153 

Ashbel, 160, 229, 230, 231, 234, 

236, 237, 240 
Ashbel H., 239 
Augusta Jane, 225 
Augusta M., 2 [8 
Augustus, 242 
Augustus R., 144 
Augustus Roger, 145 
Austin, 87, 102, 108, 126 
Austin Dwight, 108, 124 
Avis Jones, 139 
A. W., 138, 140 
Barnabas, 34, 37, 38, 53, 54, 55, 

56, 57, 255 
Barney, 137, 253, 254 
Bathsheba, 138, 139, 191, 192 
Baxter, 214, 219 
Benajah, 206, 208, 210, 215 
Benjamin, 34, 35, 37, 38, 39, 49, 

50, 51. 53, 75, 78, 85, 86, 87, 

136, 138, 139, 140, 160, 24S 
Benjamin A., 140, 141 
Benjamin Ackley, 200, 202 
Benjamin Apthorp Gould, 89, 

105,122 
Benjamin Chapman, 88 
Benjamin F., 212, 217 
Benjamin Lee, 220 
Benjamin Sedgewick, 240 
Bertha Elizabeth, 129 
Bessie Brooks, 129 
Betsey, 235 
Beulah, 78, 153, 169, 200, 201, 

250 
Bille, 58 



259 



Birdsey Philo, 222 

Blanche, 221 

Bradford, 59 

Brainard, 181 

Bridget, 25 

Burt C, 126, 135 

Caleb, 77, 80 

Caleb S., 205, 206 

Calvin, 59 

Candace, 214 

Carlos M., 65, 68 

Caroline, 93, 99, 210 

Caroline F., 105 

Caroline Matilda, 81 

Caroline Weld, 88 

Carrie Allen, 167 

Carrie E., 116, 196 

Carrie Westerfield, 128 

Catherine, 71, 100, no, 238 

Catherine M. W., 122 

Catherine VV,, 133 

Celesta B., 71 

Champion, 210 

Charity, 69 

Charles, 103, 120, 158, 166, 169, 

170, 171, 224, 240, 245 
Charles A., 126, 134, 194 
Charles Emmons, 204 
Charles Frederick, 108, 125 
Charles H., 163, 177, 204 
Charles Henry, 202, 204 
Charles Humphrey, 146, 148 
Charles Isaac, 97, 114 
C'harles L., 1 19, 215 
Ch.irles O., 109, 127 
Charles P., 167 
Charles S., 116, 131, 246 
Charles Spencer, 244 
Charles W., 158, 164 
Charles Washington, 113, 129 
Charles Wildman, 234, 240 
Charlotte, 94, 174 
Chauncey, 209, 225, 247, 254 
Chauncey D., 212, 216 
Chauncey L., 170, 172 
Chester, 210, 215 
Chloe, 254 



Christabe'le, 120 

Christiana, 56 

Clara, 119, 200 

Clara Augusta, 67 

Clara Louise, 120 

Clara M., 184 

Clara Maria, 75 

Clara Robbins, 166 

Clarence, 187 

Clarence C, 196, 197 

Clarissa, 62, 70, 74, 92, 156, 

209, 215 
Clark, 254 

Clark Wright, 192, 194 
Clifford B., 125 
Clifford Leroy, 189 
Clinton, 212, 217, 218, 219 
Cloy, 254 

Columbus C, 225, 226, 227 
Content, 39, 49, 50, 249 
Cora E., 195 
Cordelia A., 183, 187 
Cordelia Ann, 184 
Cornelia, 239 
Cornelia Green, 88 
Cornelius, 39, 53, 75, 135, 136, 

137, 253, 254 
Crosby, 172 
Cushman I., 193, 196 
Cynthia, 143, 216 
Cynthia Collins, 102 
Cyrus, 221 
Daisy E., 187 
Daisy J., 205 
Daniel, 56, 57, 58, 72, 73, 74, 

148, 150, 151, 152, 153, 191, 

193, 194, 254, 255 
Daniel Edson, 75 
Daniel Edmund, 124 
Daniel Epaphroditus, 184, 186 
Daniel Romaine, 195 
Daniel Ward, 156 
Daniel Webster, 242, 245 
Daniel William, 157, 164 
Davenport L,, 100 
Davenport Lambert, 118 
David, 39, 45, 53, 57, 58, 59, 



2 6o 



60, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 77, 78, 
79, 88, 168, 198, 254, 255 

David B., 7 1 

David Rotsford, 222, 223 

David Bragg, 72 

David Gardner, 60, 63 

David H., 104 

David Hubbard, 120 

David Lyon, 118, 132 

David Manoris, 103, 120 

David N., 159 

David Northrup, 165 

Deborah, 36, 50, 150 

Delia M., 216 

Dell, 220 

Desire, 34, 42, 255 

Desire \i., 144 

Diademia, 169 

Dimmis, 142, 190, 221, 222, 247 

Dinah, 173 

Dolly, 175, 205 

Don Pedro, 234 

Dorothy, 68, 134, 148, 149 

Dorothy C, 133 

Dorris, 130 

Dottie Sarah, 197 

Dudley B., 143 

Earl, 197 

Earl A., 135 

Earl Julian, 177, 179 

Earl Rice, 179 
, Ebenezer, ^S, 40, 53, 72, 141, 
142, 168, 255 

Ebenezer Nims, 176 

Edgar M., 177 

Edgar Wilson, 203 

Edith, 166 

Edith A., 132 

Edith Jewel, 227 

Edmund, 100, 118, 158, 164 

Edmund Day, 222 

Edmund Dwight, 121 

Edmund Hillard, 176 

Edmund Warren, 89, 107 

Edna Guyon, 129 

Edward, 9, 13, 14, 17, 19, 20, 
23. 24, 35» 37. 44. 45. 5'. 53. 



61, 109, 134, 139 
Edward A., 186 
Edward Augustus, 188 
Edward Austin, 124 
Edward B., 72 
Edward Everett, 98, 115 
Edward Howard, 113 
Edward L., 108, 116 
Edward Oscar, 189 
Edward Payson, 160, 240 
Edward Raynor, 189 
Edward Walton, 197 — 

Edward Watson, 177, 179 
Edwin, 108 
Edwin Charles, 204 
Edwin Lovett, 184, 187 
Edwin M., loi 
Eglon Lee, 188 
E. H., 147 
Elavia Azelia, 184 
Eleanor, 91 
Eleanor Lorette, 242 
Eleazer, 55, 57 
Electa, 100, 150 
Eli, 69, 191 
Elias Albert, 100, 118 
Elias Gilbert, 100, 117, 124 
Eliezer, 191 
Elihu, 168 
Elijah, 56, 59, 61, 76, 85, 100, 

222, 224, 254 
Elijah C, 117 
Elijah Newcomb, 62 
Elise Mercein, 146 
Elisha, 78, 82, 124 
Elisha A., 93, loo, 109 
Eliza, 93, 105, 144, 182, 201, 

211 
Eliza Ann, loi, 117 
Eliza Ann Leonard, 192 
Eliza Howell, 202 
Eliza Jane, 106, 162 
Eliza R., 203 
Elizabeth, 12, 15, 16, 17, 19, 33, 

34, 35, 37. 40, 41, 44, 5©. 55, 
57, 58, 67, 68, no, 139, 142, 
143, 168, 175, 176, 247 



/ 



26l 



Elizabeth Asenath, 97 

Elizabeth Annis, 102 

Elizabeth J., 186 

Elizabeth L,, 216 

Elizabeth VV., 140 

Elkanah, 174, 175 

Ella, 156 

Ella Annette, 145 

Ella C, 241 

Ella G., 186 

Ella May, 197 

Ella S., 196 

Ellen, 103 

Ellen C, 211 

Ellen Paulina, 99 

Ellen T., 108 

Elmer, 221 

Elmer Ellsworth, 127, 135 

Elsea, 59 

Elsie, 130 

Elvira, 92 

Elvira Matilda, 62 

Ely, 82,93 

Emeline, 92, 213 

Emeline Cornelia, 102 

Emeline Theodosia, 107 

Emily, 143. 144 

Emily Eleanor Gertrude, 129 

Emily Howard, 114 

Emily J., 104 

Emily Lindsay, 166 

Emily P., 71 

Emily W., 94 

Emma, 106, 157, 159 

Emma A., 126, 144 

Emma Asenath, 98 

F^mma Delight, 75 

Emma Emily, 145 

Emma J., 115, 163 

Emma Jane, 186 

Emma S., 147 

Emogene, 245 

Epaphroditus, 182, 183 

Ephraim, 43, 53, 180, iSi, 182, 

221, 222, 223 
Ephraim Brainard, 182 
Ephraim Elmore, 222 



Erastus, 143, 144, 150, 153, 156 

Erastus B., 146 

Ernest C., 216 

Ernest Everett, 197 

Ernest J., 130 

Ernest S., 131, 135 

Erskine A., 100 

Esbon, 229, 230, 235 

Esbon Gillette, 235, 241 

Esther, 46, 58, 135, 167 

Esther A., 97 

Esther Matilda, 178 

Esther Root, 233 

Estelle, 215 

Eslelle Amanda, 158 

Estelle Bernice, 131 

Estus Joel, 95 

Ethel C, 178 

Ethel Inez, 219 

Ethel Irene, 121 

Ethel Lucy, 135 

Ethel Stanfield, 129 

Ethelinda G., 63 

Etta, 195 

Etta A., 126 

Etta E., 115 

Eugene A., 145, 147 

Eunice, 45, 168, 191 

Eva, 196 

Eva A., 187 

Eveline J., 108 

Everette, 72 

Ezekiel, 78, 85, 100, 173 

Ezra, 139, 199 

F. A., 77, 129, 136, 137, i8o 

F. Dwight, 104 

Fanny, 122, 181, 241 

Fanny Eliza, 118 

Fanny Virginia Adelaide, 98 

Fayette Johnson, 144 

Flora, 67, 200 

Flora A., 132 

Flora Elizabeth, 177 

Flora Lucinda, 202 

Florella, 87 

Florence, 121 

Florence Dudley, 129 



262 



Florence E., 187 

Florence Isabel, 124 

Floyd, 197 

Fluvia, 187 

Frances, 113, 225 

Frances Anna, 214 

Frances Electa, 203 

I'Vances Lydia, 167 

Frances Sophia, 224 

Francis, 145, 156, 163, 165 

Francis H., 170 

Francis Starkie, 98, 115 

Francis V., 195, 197 

Frank, 106, 123, 220 

Frank A., 108, 125 

Frank Albert, 132 

Frank C, 126, 134 

Frank Davenport, 118, 132 

Frank Dwight, 1 24 

Frank Green, 245, 246 

Frank R., 166, 220, 221 

Frank Roswell, 120 

Frank T., 183 

Frank Trevitt, 220 

Frank W., 205, 216 

Franklin, 85, loi, 186, 188, 217, 

220 
Franklin G., 186 
Franklin H., 65 
Franklin W., 125 
Frederic William, 124 
Frederick, 66, 109, 127, 156, 

163, 187, 220, 230, 235, 241 
Frederick A., 121 
Frederick Alonzo, 177 
Frederick Augustus, 80, 88, 104, 

105, 112, 128, 143 
Frederick B., 246 
Frederick P>skine, 1 1 7 
Frederick F., 120, 133 
Frederick H., 117 
Frederick Henry, 204 
Frederick J., 68 
Frederick M., 65, 68, 123, 133, 

Frederick Myron, 129 
Frederick Rolando, 197 



Frederick T., 204 

Frederick Taft, 1 84 

Gardner, 238, 244 

Gardner G., 185 

Geneveive, 130 

Geneveive Loraine, 129 

George, 93, 109, 178, 186, 226, 

240 
George A., 107, 181, 183, 205 
George Ackley, 202 
George Arthur, 124, 134 • 
George B., 71, 72, 137 
George C., 63, 66, 109, 127 
George Clarence Albert, 132 
George Cushman, 196 \ 
George Davis, 183, 186 ' 
George Dwight, 1 24 
George Edward, 141 
George Ephraim, 182, 185, 188 
George Everett, 115 
George Francis, 187 
George Henry, 112, 185, 188 
George Irion, 204 
George L., 204, 205 
George Lee, 184, 187 
George Leonard, 179 
George N., 226, 227 
George Nelson, 226 
George S., 166 
George Samuel, 165, 167 
George W., 59, 92, 140. 212, 

217, 220 
George Willard, 97, 113, 114, 

130 
Georgianna, 196 
Georgietta, 196 
Gerald M., 226, 227 
Gertrude, 123, 167 
Gertrude Anne, 124 
Gideon, 230, 235 
Gideon S., 242 
Gilbert A., 140 
Gilbert Edmund, 124 
Gillett, 242 
Glenn, 135 
Gordon, Lewis, 197 
Grace, 48, 127 



263 



Grace A., 205 

Grace C, 147 

Grace Eleanor, 188 

Grace Goodwin, 166, 208 

Grace W., 122 

Grant \V., 246, 247 

Gurdon, 150, 153, 157 

Hannah, 31, 38, 39, 40, 43, 59, 
^9. 73» 76, 80, 139, 168, 170, 
173, 180, 190, 191, 207, 208, 
209, 213, 222, 225, 241, 254 

Hannah A., 193 

Hannah Bodfish, 139 

Hannah Brainard, 152 

Hannah C., 60 

Hannah O., 170 

Hannah Smith, 200 

Harold, 134, 205 

Harriet, 86, loi, 119, 152, 159, 
165, 214 

Harriet A., 100, 193 

Harriet Ann, 194 

Harriet E., 99, 117, 124 

Harriet Elenore, 184 

Harriet Eliza, 62 

Harriet Juliette, 144 

Harriet M., 196 

Harriet Maria, no 

Harriet May, 67, 166, 195 

Harry B., 226 

Harry H., 209 

Harry Garfield, 128, 135 

Harvey, 63, 211, 216 

Hattie, 120, 241 

Hatlie Beecher, 98 

Hattie Estelle, 242 

Hattie J., 219 

Hattie Jones, 128 

Hazel Gertrude, 147 

Helen, 214, 226, 242 

Helen Beatrice, 219 

Helen C., 105 

Helen Edna, 135 

Helen L., 188 

Helen Man, 64 

Helen Sophia, 102 

Helena, 246 



Heinan, 231, 237, 238 ' 

Heman H., 63 

Henrietta, 102 

Henrietta E., 115 

Henrietta G., 105 '-^ 

Henrietta Maria, 182 

Henrietta Susan, 98 

Henry, 134, 179, 181, 182, 183, ' 

184, 194, 224, 245, 246 
Henry A., 146 ■ • ' 
Henry Anizi. 160, 167 
Henry Austin, 102 . 
Henry C., 100 
Henry Caleb, 119 
Henry Charles, 119 
Henry Clay, 216, 217, 219 
Henry D., 186 . ' 
Henry Eliab, 182, 184 
Henry F., 109, 126 
Henry Franklin, 182, 185 
Henry Frederick, 121, 133 
Henry Gildersleeve, '71 
Henry H., 193 
Henry Hibbard, 146 — 
Henry Hodges, 144, 145 
Henry Isaac, 108, 125 
Henry J., 159 
Henry James, 185 
Henry Jacob, 195 
Henry Kirk, 75 
Henry Lathrop, 102 
Henry Lee, 177, 179 
Henry M., 166, 167 
Henry Mills, 160, 165 
Henry S., 104 
Henry Seymour, S^, 84, 97, 98, 

Henry Starkie, 112 
Henry T., 234, 240 
Henry Theodore, i r 7 
Henry Tower, 239 
Henry Truman, 202, 203 
Henry W., 63, 66 
Henry Ward, 146, 147 
Henry Waterman, 114 
Henry Weld, 82, 88, 105, 121 
Hepsey, 217 



264 



Herbert, 113, 126 

Herbert Emerson, 124, 134 

Herbert Irl, 135 

Herbert P., 130 

Herschel, 71 

Hirnni, 200, 201, 231, 238, 246 

Hiram E., 105, 239 

Hiram M., 236 

Hiram N., 63, 65 

Hollis, 191 

Homer M., 179 

Horace, <S8, 91, loi, 108, 119, 

143. 254 
Horace Brainard, 125 
Horace Day, 86, loi 
Horace Leverett, 108, 125 
Horace W., 105, 122 
Howard I'ipton, 67, 68 
Huldah, 175, 199 
Huldah A., 176 
Humphrey Roger, 145, 146 
Humphrey T., 143, 144 
lanthe, 212 
Ida, 188, 203 
Ida Caroline, 124 
Idah Ellen, 118 
Ina May, 246 
Ira, 191, 193, 197, 254 
Ira Dan, 194 
Irad, 150, 153, 158, 164 
Irene H., 243 
Irma, 129 
Isaac, 38, 49, 53, 69, 70, 82, 91, 

209, 211, 229, 231, 237, 247 
Isaac F., 183 
Isaac Faxon, 186 
Isaac M., 237, 243 
Isabelle, 126 
Isabella B., 71 
Isaiah, 76 
Isora, 106, 123 
Israel, 168, 179, 180 
J.B., 128 
Jabez, 41, 53, 76, 78, 79, 87, 

168, 180 
Jabez Hubbard, 87, 103, 168 
Jacob, 48, 49, 53, 247 



J. Cordelia, 159 

James, 40, 51, 53, 106, 109, 138, 

i39> 140, i58,';i95. 217, 218, 

247 
James A., loi 
James B., 71, iii, 127 
James C, 93 
James Edward, 84 
James Franklin, 63 
James Hyde, 182, 184 
James M., 159, 219 
James Mann, 96, 112, 113, 130 
James Marcus, 222, 224 
James O., 193, 195 
James Otis, 108 
James Paul, 188 
James T., 105 
Jane, 27, 50, 73, 183 
Jane B., 122 

Jane Eliza, 104 ' 

Jane Elizabeth, 161 ■ 

Jane R., 161 ' 

Jane Sophia, 171 

Jane T., 100 , 

Japheth, (92 | 

Jean, 39 
Jean Frow, 226 
Jeanne Eloise, 188 
Jedediah, 69, 190 
Jehiel, 85, 141, 148, 150, 151, 

153. 158, 206, 207, 209, 214, 

219,255 
Jemima, 50 
Jennette, 215 
Jennie, 147 
Jennie E., 65 
Jennie Maud, 131 
Jennie S., 71 
Jeremiah, 48, 49, 53, 190, 206, 

207, 208, 211, 224, 229, 230, 

234 
Jeremiah Reed, 224, 225 
Jerome B., 159 
Jerusha, 59, 69, 70, 77, 200 
Jesse, 169, 254 
Jesse Beech, 241, 245 
Jessie, 134 



365 



Jessie S., 159, 165 

Jethro, 190, 191, 192 

Joanna, 57, 58, 248 

Job, 255 

Joel, 82, 95 

John, 18, 19, 29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 

35. 36, 37. 40, 42, 45. 46, 53. 

67, 72, 82, 89, 137, 138, 139, 

143, 169, 174, 175, 190, i9§, 

201, 225, 226^ 249, 2^4, 25s 
John Addison, 140 ' 
John Benson, 178 
John David, 63 
John Gibson, 61, 64 
John Green, 96, 112, 129 
John H., 60, 183 
John Harvey, 63 
John M., 234, 240 
John Mercier, 179 
John N., 100, 117 
John Ransom, 154, 159, 164, 

167, 240 
John T., 203 
John Torrey, 166, 167 
John Watson, 176, 178 
John Wilson, 124, 134 
Jonathan, 39, 41. 44. 53. 72. 73. 

75. 76, 79. 168, 190, 191, 192, 

193, 196 
Jonathan Beebe, 78 
Jonathan Giddings, 154, 160 
Jonathan J., 87 
Jonathan Jay, 103 
Jonathan S., 65, 183 
Jonathan Smith, 63, 181, 182 
Joseph, 34, 35, 37, 38, 47, 48, 

53. 58, 60, 80, 88, 138, 174, 

206, 207, 234 - 
Joseph C, 205 
Joseph H., 60 - 
Joseph Hamilton, 176, 177, 178 
Joseph Hastings, 63 
Joseph Irad, 164 
Joseph Madison, 63, 65 
Joseph Skiff, 222, 224 
Joseph W., 333, 239 
Josephine, 119, 178 



Josephine Estelle, 188 

Joshua, 54, 55, 57, 58, 77, 78, 

82, 86, 92, 206, 207 
Josiah, 38, 50, 75, 248, 254, 255 
Josiah Moody, 84 
Judah, 58, 59, 60, 179 
Judah Carlos, 63, 65 
Judah L., 60 
Judah Lyman, 62 
Julia, 102, 139, 152, 162, 172, 

201, 211, 223 
Julia A., 183 
Julia Allaire, 128, 
Julia Jane, 222 
Julia James, 112 
Julia M., 125 
Julia May, 189 
Julius, 104 
Julius O., 239 
Julius R., 117, 131 
Junius A., 113 
Junius Alexander, 96, 113 
Katherine, 223 
Kenneth Howard, 179 
Kittie, 147 

Lafayette Dallas, 104, 121 ' 
Laman A., 243 
Laman J., 236, 242 
Lathrop B., 99, 116 
Lathrop L., loi, 119 
Laton, 212 
Laura, 147, 193, 209 
Laura Adeline, 112 
Laura Ann, 96 
Laura C, 99 
Laura Jennie, 68 
Laura Lunella, 103 
Laura Mary, 227 
Lavinia, 71, 156, 201, 207, 208, 

240 
Lavinia B., 160 
Leah, 44, 95, 180 
Lemira, 236 
Lemuel, 136, 137 
Lemyra, 243 
Leo, 197 
Leoaard S.» 197 



266 



i 

. '.Ml 



Leroy Faxon, 189 

'-evi, 57, 59. 62, 64 

Levi Harper, 67, 68 

1 ,evi Jones, 1 1 1 , 112, 128 

Lcvira Oretta,. 62 

Lewis, 74 

Lewis Edgar, 194, 196 

L. Gertrude, 1 15 

Lila May, 120 

Lilla Maria, 177 

Lillian E., 98 

Lillian May, 1 16 

Lillian S., 126 

Lizzie, 147 

Lizzie Catherine, no 

Lizzie M., 158 

Lizzie May, 196 

Lodisa, 89 

Lois, 62, 79, 209 

]>ora L., 220, 245 

Loraine, 231, 236 

Loraine Matthews, 237 

Loren Phillips, 108 

I>orette, 235 

l^orin, 192 

Lorinda, 192 

I^ot, 54, 55. 56, S7» 58 

Lottie, 89, 106 

Lottie H., 130 

Louis, 1 13 

Louis B., 235, 242 

Louis Harding, 204 

Louisa, 92, 105, 151, 154 

Louisa Adams, 68 

Louisa M., 1S3 

Louisa S., 105 

I^uisa Sophia, 88 

Louise, 160, 237 

Louise L., 187 

Lovina, 203, 236 

Lucia A., 71 

Lucia Bierce, 226 

Lucina, 254 

Lucinda, 210, 234 

Lucinda L., 193 

Lucius B., 227 

Lucius Bierce, 226 



Lucius T., 71 
Lucretia Goddard, 89 
J-ucretia Rachel, 103 
'Lucy, 60, 78, 79, 88, 139, 173, 

198, 209 
Lucy Anna, 118'^ 
Lucy Caroline, 184 
Lucy Ella, 242 
Lucy M., 157, 212 
Luella, 187 
Luella M., 123, 218 
Luman, 59 
Luna, 143 
Lura, 200 

Luther H., 163, 167 
Luther O., 159, 165 
Luther Rice, 176, 177 
Lydia, 43, 48, 49, 54, 57, 58, 

70, 73. 74. 77. 78, 87, 139, 

165, 207, 208, 224, 229, 230, 

240 
Lydia A., 163, 203 
Lydia Amelia, 165 
Lydia Ann, 96 
Lydia C, 234 
Lydia Day, 247 
Lydia Gates, 201 
Lydia Roberts, 96 
Lyman, 59, 85, loi 
Mabel C, 220 
Mabel Georgina, 187 
Mabel Louise, 132 
Mae H., 147 
Mahala, 211 
Manly Alonzo, 176 
Marania, 85 
Marcia Asenath, 90 
Marcia P., 243 
Marcus, 224 
Marcus Bell, 226 
Margaret, 68, 247 - 
Margaret Louise, 160, 240 
Maria, 72, 73, 119, 170, 201 
Maria Mills, 165 
Maria Louisa, 159, 202 
Mariana, 78 
Marietta, 156 



267 



Marilda F., 131 
Marion L., 197 
Mark Woodbury, 60, 63 
Marshall Howard, 120, 123 
Martha, 69, 74, 84, 85, 88, 94, 
99, 109, 138, 143, 148, 168, 

177. 254 

Martha Angeline, 99 

Martha Ann, 71, 97 

Martha B., 203 

Martha Elizabeth, 88, 106 

Martha G., 236 

Martha Hinckley, 70 

Martha Madelia, 107 

Marvin, 153, 157 --^ 

Mary, 12, 15, 16, 17, 19, 33, 42, 
46, 58, 59. 73» 85, 88, 106, 
138, i39» 142, 143. 149. ^52. 
169, 170, 174, 17s, 176, 180, 
181, 183, 190, 198, 222, 235, 
236, 239, 240, 242 

Mary A., 172, 184, 185 

Mary Abiah, 182 

Mary Ada, 244 

Mary Adel, 128 

Mary Angeline, 96 

Mary Ann, 62, 182 

Mary Ann A., 202 

Mary Brainard, 182 

Mary Caroline, 196 

Mary Catherine, 187 

Mary Charline, 129 

Mary Claire, 220 

Mary Coolbaugh, 122 

Mary Cressy, 245 

Mary D., 71 

Mary E., 102, 125 

Mary Elena, 162 

Mary Eliza, 109 

Mary Elizabeth, 64, 145, 147 

Mary Ella, 112 

Mary Ellen, 107 

Mary Emeline, 214 

Mary Emma, 113 

Mary G., 157 

Mary Hart, 234 

Mary Ingraham, 223 



Mary J., iii, 194 
Mary L., 102, 109, 182 
Mary Louisa, 100 
Mary Luie, 187 
Mary Newell, 97 

Mary Robbins, 161 

Mary Ruth, 188 - 

Mary S., 100, 105 

Mary Sawtelle, 105 

Mary Smith, 71 

Mary Sophia, 1S3, 223 

Matilda, 67, 139 

Matilda Jane, 64 

Matilda M., 215 

Matthew, 28, 29, s^, 34, 38, 50, 

53. 75» 76, 248, 255 
Matthew George, 176, 177 
Matthew L., 178 
Matthew Rice, 175, 176 
Matthew Smith, 153, 158 
Maud, 122 
Maude Violet, 132 
Mehitable, 34, 35, 37, 42, 46, 

69, 73» 142, 234 
Melinda, 209, 213 
Melville Weston, 105, 121, 122 
Melvin F., 186 
Melvin G., 178 
Melvin George, 177 
Mercy, 38, 42, 74, 85, 168 
Mildred Bell, 125 
Mildred Elizabeth, 188 
Mildred Janet, 133 
Mildred Louise, 122 
Miles, 217, 220 
Miles Avery, 212, 216, 220 
Miles C, 220 
Millie A., 68 
Mills K., 234 
Milo, 116, 131, 230 
Milton, 230, 235 
Milton Hinckley, 235, 242 
Miner, 210 - • 

Minnie Vauche, 246 
Minerva, 139 
Monroe Everden, 129 
Moses, 34, 42, 53, 173, 174, 176 



.-^^ 



268 



Myrtle E., 65 

Myrtle, 197 

Nancy, 59, 213 

Nancy Maria, 62 

Nancy Snnth, 71 

Naomi, 42 

Nathan, 40, 53, 121, 168, iSo 

Nathaniel Goddard, 105 

Nellie A., 125 

Nellie J., 115 

Nellie Ruth, 121 

Nettie G., 205 

Nettie Gertrude, 244 

Newton, 153, iSo, 198,201,203, 

^ 240, 245 
Noah, 70 
Nora, 187 

Norman Colton, 89, 106 
Norman Wilson, 106 
Obailiah, 200, 201 
Obedience, 254 
Olive, 70, 74, 78, 80, 229, 240, 

241 
Olive B., 72 
Olive Caroline, 98 
Olive Green, 149 
Oliver, 148, 150, 151, 162 
(Jliver Franklin, 161, 166 
Olivette Brown, 98 
Ora M., 127 
Orange, 209, 211, 216 
Oren, 191, 193 
Oiinda, 59 
Orlow 11., 186 
Orra, 89, 106, 201 
Orren, 109 
Orrin, 230, 235, 254 
Orrin A., 104 
Orrin 1)., 101 

Oscar, 144, 146, 186, 189, 254 
Oscar D., 146 
Oscar P., 243, 246 
Otis, 92, 201 
Ozias, 142, 143 
Palmia, 71 
Para May, 219 
Parthena, 249 



Patience, 50, 209'"^ 

Pauline Corey, 122 

Pauline Downie, 134 

Percival S., 239, 244, 245 

Peter, 254 

Phebe, 45, 176, 177, 254 

Phebe Eliza, 1 1 1 

Phebe S., 175 

Phile, 150 

Philemon, 231, 239 

Philetus, 206, 207, 208 

Philinda, 171 

Philo, 74, 91, 108, 152, 156, 201, 

222, 231, 239 
Philo M., 63 
Philomela, 231 
Polly, 85, 92, 191, 209 
Prescott Herman, 134 
Priscilla Sedan, 148 
Prudence, 174, 190 
Prudence Eloise, 183 
Purchase Dwight, 107 
.-Rachel, 44, 48, 50, 58, 85, 138, 

144, 225, 255 
Rachel N., 223 
Ralph W., 219 
Randolph, 99, 116, 146 
Randolph M., 148 
Ray, 246 
Ray A., 134 
Raymond C, 125 
Rebecca, 38, 56, 84, 154, 173, 

199, 221, 254 
Remember, 38 
Reuben, 255 
Reuben C, 106 
Reuben W., 170 
Reuben Wells, 172 
Revilo, 151, 153, 154, 161 
Rex, 197 
Rhoda, 254 

Rhoda Ann, 151, 155, 233 
Riley, 153, 158 
Rinaldo Rinaldini, 106, 123 
Robert, 9, 10, 20, 21, 23, 136 
Robert D., 187 
Robert Edward, 67 



269 



Robert Gorham, 122 

Robert Henry, 186, 1S8, 189 

Robert King, 120 

Robert Monroe, 112, 129 

Robert Nelson, 154, 227 

Robert Packard, 96 

Robert Theodore, 197 

Robert Torrey, 165 

Robinson, 235, 241 

Roger, 142, 143, 144 

Rolando Shubael, 193, 195 

Rosilie, 146 

Roscoe, 187 

Rose A., 141 

Rose Catherine, 195 

Rose E., 186 

Rose L., 159 

Rosina, 81 

Roswell, 179, 229, 234, 254 

Rowena, 142 

Roxana, 88 

Russell, 172, 238 

Ruth, 49, 56, 139, 148, 174, 175, 
180, 207, 225, 240, 247 

Ruth Elizabeth, 179 

Ruth G., 176 

Ruth Geraldine, 227 

Ruth Irma, 135 

Ruth Marian, 176 

Ruth Swing, 220 

Sabra Jane, 107 

Sally, 143. 254 

Sally Aberc ombie, 114 

Sally Maria, 108 

Samantha, 62 

Samuel, 14, 24, 26, 27, 28, 29, 
30, 31. 33, 35» 36, 38, 42, 53» 
54, 55, 57, 58, 72, 73, 84, 95, 
106, 123, 169, 170, 171, 173, 
174, 175, 176, 200 

Samuel E., iii, 127 

Samuel Merrick, 93, no 

Samuel Smith, 182 

Samuel Washington, 96, 112 

Sanford, 103, 120 

Sarah, 20, 26, 33, 34, 45, 46, 55, 
60, 62, 74, 77, 78, 95, 150, 



153, 168, 169, 180, 181, 182, 

186, 198, 210, 214, 239, 247 
Sarah A., 102, 117, 203 
Sarah Ann, 98, 234 
Sarah Day, 152 
Sarah E., 62 
Sarah Elvira, no 
Sarah Jane, 63, 223 
Sarah M., 97, 194 
Sarah Olive, 176 
Sarah S., 140 
Selden, 152, 155 
Seth, 38, 69 
Sheldon, 231, 235 
Sherman D., 246 
Sherman W., 254 
Shubael, 35, 36, 42, 44, 53, 189, 

190, 191, 193 
Silas, 59, 138 
Silas Pratt, 210 
Silence, 45 

Solomon, 85, 99, 116, 174 
Solomon Lathrop, 78, 84 
Sophia, 80, 87, 106, 170, 181 
Sophia Barton, 92 
Sophronia Maria, 62, 82 
Spencer, 238 
Spencer R., 243 
Statira Chapman, 152 
Stella Emma, 67 
Stephen, 169, 170, 172,199,200, 

201, 202, 203, 204, 208, 210 
Stephen Bailey, 140 
Stephen Barber, 144, 146 
Stephen W., 203 
Stillman, 231, 236 
Susan, 64 
Susan Almira, 107 
Susan J., 94 
Susan Keziah, 193 
Susannah, 82, 174, 180, 198,200 
Susie Amelia, 128 
Sybil, 148, 181 
Sybil A., 144 
Syllena E., 239 
Sylvanus, 207, 209 
Sylvester, 59, 180, 199 



270 



Sylvia Jane, 62 

Sylvia Kate, 188 

Taniar, 190 

Temperance, 40, 138, 139 — 

Thaddeus, 51 

Thankful, 35, 36, 38, 43, 67, 73, 

153 

Theodore, 156, 162, 163 

Theodore S., 99, 1 17 

Thomas, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 
19, 20, 27, 33, 35, 36, 40, 51, 
53. 58, 139. mS, 150, 15^ 
^SZf 154, 155. 160, 168 

Thomas Franklin, 155, 161 

Thomas Mclnlire, 166 

Thomas Smith, 70 

Thomas Trenor, 96 

Thomas Weld, 82 

'I'irzah, 70 

Trella Bernice, 219 

Truman, 200, 201, 203, 242, 245 

Truman Samuel, 130 

Ulysses (irant, 146, 147 

Victor G., 216 

Vienne Madelia, 93 

Vilan, 197 

Viola Aleathea, 189 

Viola Mary, 131 

Wales, 234 

Wallace, 224 

Walter, 69, 89, 105 

Walter A., 219 

Walter 1., 72 

Walter M., 212, 218 

Walter Sumner, 130 

Walton C, 194 

Warren, 87, 103, 153 

Warren C, 203 

Warren Dwight, 107, 117, 123 

W'arren E., 167 

Warren G., 131 

Warren Meacham, 132 

Washington Irving, 210 

Waterman, 84, 97 

Wellington B., 68, 69 

Weston, 122 

Wilbur Arthur, 124 



Willard, 153, 158 

Willard C, 126 

Willard P., 108, 126 

William, 20, 46, 53, 69, 70, 73, 

80, 153, 191, 193. 194. i95» 

199, 208, 210, 215, 239, 254 
William A., 193 
William Adolphus, 74 
William Alanson, 196 
William Albert, 107, 117, 124 
William Anderson, 197 
William Arnold, 203, 205 
William C., 93, 108, 109 ' 
William Dwight, 189 
William Elijah, 64, 66, 67 
William F., 113, 130 
William Forsaith, 61 
William Franklin, 202, 204 
William Green, 219 
William H., 71, 147, 177, 178, 

182 
William Henry, 145, 179, 210, 

214 
William Hyslop, 97, 114 
William J., 226 
William Jones, 161, 166 
William Lafayette Ambrose, 121 
William Lord, 202, 203 
William Oliver, 205 
William Otis, 98, 116 
William Reed, 225 
William Rufus, 112, 128 
William S., 172 
William Ward, 199, 200, 201 
William Wesley, 128, 135 
William Wirt, 67, 68 
Willis Johnson, 146, 147 
Wills, 234 
Wilson, 88 
Wilson W., 140 
Wirt R., 66 
Wirt Ximeo, 64, 66 
W. W., 218, 220 
Young, 39, 53, 75, 77, 79 
Zaccheus, 69, 70 
Zaccheus Hinckley, 70 
Zachariah, 48, 53, 221 



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Zachariah D., 222, 223 Zeruah P., 237 

Zenana, 1 70 Z erviah, 43, 207 

Zera, 84, 98 Zerviah D., 231 

Zera Otis, 116, 131 Zerviah Dewey, 229 



Index to other Names than Fuller. 



Abbott, Anne Rebecca, 252 

Edward G., 7 1 

Florence Winn, 252 

Ruth Elizabeth, 252 

Samuel, 252 

Samuel Warren, 252 
Abercrombie, Isaac, 97 

Sally, 97 
Abram, Sarah, 34 
Ackley, Amasa, 168 

Ann, 44 

Edward, 45 

Elijah, 76 

Elizabeth, 45 

Ezra, 45 

Hannah, 44, 45, 75 

Job, 44, 45 

Lenora, 152 

Lydia, 75 

Phebe, 45 

Samuel, 75 

Simeon, 75 

Stephen, 44 

Thankful, 87, 200 

Thomas, 44, 45, 152 
Adams, Abigail, 149 

Daniel, 36 

Jerusha, 58 

Mary, 39, 206, 218 

Samuel, 36 — 
Agon, Lillian, 230 
Akin, Harriet S., 230 
Akins, Adaline, 131 
Alden, Ada E., 107 

Charles W., 107 

John, 24 



Mary N., 97 

Savilla L., 107 
Alderman, Eli, 254 

Franklin, 66 

Harry L., 66 

Ozro A., 94 
Aldridge, Anna May, 171 
Allen, Amy, 210 

Esther, 224 

Ethan C, 215 

Hannah, 56 

Samuel, 210 
AUerton, Isaac, 24 

John, 24 
Allin, Samuel, 28, 30 
Allyn, Dv;ight, 167 

Hattie, 167 
Alvord, Huldah Amelia, 95 
Ames, Arthur M., 189 

Doris Irene, 189 

Thomas, 69 
Anderson, Anna, 215 

Charles, 188 

E. Frances, 183 

Louise, 213 

Mary, 188 

Phebe M., 188 
Andrews, Carrie L., 196 

George W., 83 

Hannah, 207 

Hannah Elizabeth, 80 

James, 254 

Ruth, 104 

Zadock, 104 
Annable, Anthony, 25 

Hannah, 25 



«73 



Annable, Jane, 25 

Sarah, 25 
Annibal, Susannah, 150 
Applegate, Mary Matilda, 96 

Armand, , 71 

Armstrong, Edna I3ruce, 135 
Arnold, Amy, 158 

Emeline, 203 

John, 247 

Samuel, 203 
Ashburn, James, 154 
Ashley, Col., 58 

Lulu, 205 
Atchison, Daniel L., 100 
Atwater, Ed. A., 83 

Mrs. Tirza (Birge), 84 

Aubrey, , 122 

Austin, Charles, 106 

Edmund Haynes, 241 

Edward H., 241 

Elvira Reed, 241 

John Fuller, 241 

Mary Elizabeth, 241 

Thomas, 241 

Avery, , 216 

Ayres, Anna, 192 

Cary C, 192 

Daisy B., 121 

Duncan, 32 

Flora, 192 

Wells H., 192 
Baggs, Amasa, 131 

Amasa P., 132 

Ann, 131, 132 

Emma L., 132 

Estelle M., 131 

Frederick A., 112 

Frederick Clark, 112 

Marion Adele, 112 

Ralph Leonard, 112 

Baily, , 62 

Bailey, , 56 

F. H., 100 

Julia M., 127 
Baldwin, Ellen, 225 

Mary, 154 

Rebecca, 161 



Baldwin, Stephen, 225 
Stephen J., 225 

Ballou, E. M., 201 

Banister, John L., 107 

Banks, Gen., 94 

Banta, William E., 163 

Banziger, , 204 

Barber, Aurelius B., 157 
Desire, 143 
Ella L., 157 
Herbert E., 157 
Hannah C, 86 
Sybil, 144 

Barker, Esther, 126 

Barnard, Beatrice, 171 

Bradley, Cutting, 171 
Charles Fuller, 171 
Dean Stanton, 171 
Donald Cole, 171 
Edward Frederick, 171 
Frederick Mudge, 171 
Frederick Mudge Jr., 171 
George, 171 
George Aldridge, 171 
Harry Cole, 171 
Henrietta, 171 
Hugh Ross, 171 
James Dudley, 171 
James Elwell, 171 
Jessie Christine, 171 
Julia Fuller, 171 
Kathleen, 171 
Thomas Holden, 171 

Barnes, Carlyle Fuller, 162 
Edith Irene, 162 
Fuller Forbes, 162 
Harry Ward, 162 
Henry Clark, 162 
Julia A., 83 
Orange, 254 
Wallace, 162 

Baraura, Mrs. May, 104 

Barrett, Amanda, 119, 132 
Anna, 88 

Barrows, Harry Marvin, 158 
Hattie Estelle, 158 
Henry William, 158 



274 



Harrows, Irene Mildred, 158 
IJarry, 1-orinda, 201 
liarlholemcw, Egbert, 93 

Sarah, 161 
Bartlett, Mary, 85 

Nellie C, 213 
Barton, Daniel, loi 

David, 78 

Eli, 85 

Parma, loi 

Sophronia, 1 16 
Bassett, John D., 157 
Bates, , 44 

Adah, 48 

Barnabas, 48 

James, 44 

Jeremiah, 48 

Joseph, 48 

Lydia, 48 

^^ar^aret, 48 

Rachel, 48 

Rhoda, 48 

Samuel, 48 

Thomas, 48 
Beach, Caleb, 154 

Cornelia, 154 

Charles \V., 154 

Eouisa J., 154 
Beals, John C, 192 
Beardsley, Ellen G., 227 
Bebb, Bessie E., 186 
Beckwith, Nathaniel, 180 

Sarah, 43, iSo 
Bedford A., 166, 208 

Bruce, 166 

George Reynolds, 166 

Paul, 166 
Beebe, Alexander, 77 

Jerusha, 39, 77 

John, 77 

Jonathan, 77 

Samuel, 77 
Beech, Elizabeth, 241 

Jesse, 241 
Beecher, Catherine, 159, 165 

Elizabeth, 66 

Theo. S., 122 



Beers & Co., J. B., 136 
Belcher, Rebecca, 250 
Bennett, Anna S., 125 

Etta P., 1 1 1 

George G., 1 18 

Martha A., 164 

Mildred Burr, 118 
Benson, Abraham, 1 1 2 

Charlotte Amelia, 112 

Mary Ellen, 178 

Nelson T., 176 

Sarah Hagadom, 1 1 1 
Bent, Anna, 154 
Benthuysen, Adaline Fuller, 95 

Barent Palen, 95 

Catherine, 95 

Clara, 95 

Clara Adaline, 95 ^ 

Howard Leslie, 95 

Loretta, 95 

Margaret Back, 95 

Olive Edna, 95 

William Andrew, 95 

William Howard, 95 1 
Benton, Mary, 59 
Berrett, Clarence H., 251 
Berry, Hannah, 234 

Harriet, 253 
Beston, Blanche, 177 

John, 177 

Lucy, 177 
Betzer, Frank, 121 

Glen, 121 

Ruth Emily, 121 
Bidwell, Augusta E., 159 

Estelle J., 120 

George, 120 

Oliver, 152 
Bierce, Hannah Bell, 225 

Mary A., 226 
Bigelow, Martha, 37 

Eber, 37 
Bill, Benajah, 43 

Edward, 43 

Elisha, 43 

Eunice, 43 

Hannah, 43 



275 



Bill, Joanna, 43 

Jonathan, 43 

Joshua, 43 

Mary, 43 

Seth, 43 

Sybil, 43 

Zerviah, 43 
Billings, Amelia, 95 

Chloe, 99 

Kate L., 126 

Levi, 95 

Rufus, 95 

Rufus M., 95 

Sarah, 95 
Billington, John, 24 
Bingham, Leonard, 59 
Bingham, Orinda, 58 
Bircham, Helen Lucy, 184 
Birge, Tirza, 84 
Bishop, Emily M., 241 

James Aaron, 246 

James Edward, 246 

Mary, 179 
Bissell, Charles H., 159 

Frederick Clarence, 142 

Frederick P., 142 

Orris, 40 
Blair, Catherine, 147 
Blish, Elizabeth, 41 
Bliss, Catherine, 1 10 

Deborah, 48 
Blossom, James, 40 

Joseph, 40 

Lydia, 40 

Mary, 40 

Peter, 29, 38 

Sarah, 40 

Thankful, 34, 38 
Blush, Anna, 39 

Benjamin, 39 

David, 39 

John, 39 

Joseph, 39 

Mary, 39 

Patience, 39 

Sylvanus, 39 

Thankful, 39 



Blush, Tristam, 39 

Boardman, Anna Lorena, 213 
Adella Sabina, 213 
Charles Osro, 213 
Edwin Orlando, 213 
Edwin Rowland, 213 
George Dana, 213 
James Ambrose, 2 13 
Mary Hannah, 213 
Nancy Jane, 213 
Sarah Clark, 213 
William Henry, 213 

Bodfish, Sarah, 38 

Bogardus, E., 209 

Boggs, Sarah F., 220 

Bogue, Sarah, 199 

Bolen, Peter, 215 

Bolls, Egbert, 100 

Bonham, Hannah, 29, 30 
Nicholas, 31 
Sarah, S3 

Booth, Malinda, 246 

Borden, Cora ^L, 233 

Bork, Rosa, 134 

Borroughs, H. Nelson, 155 

Botsford, Anna, 250 
David, 222 
Editha, 222 
Sophia, 222 

Bourne, Ezra, 40 
Joseph, 40 

Bou telle, Hattie Caroline, 91 

Bowman, George Ernest, 28 

Brace, James, 215 

Brackett, Ambrose, 254 

Bradbury, Eliza Ann, 252 
Caleb Brown, 251 

Braden, J. M., 186 

Bradford, Gov., 25 
Jerusha, 61 
Thomas, 61 
William, 24, 61 

Bragg, Mary, 81 
Olive, 71 

Brainard, Abijah, 43 
Abner, 79 
Adam, 79 



276 



Brainard, Asaph, 43 

Augusta Louise, 125 

Beulah, 79 

Cornelius, 43 

David, 46 

Dorcas, 43 

Edwin L., 80 

Elisha, 45 

Elizabeth, 41 

Emily, 79 

Enos Lewis, 80 

Homer W., 76, 80, 136, 
142, 198, 254, 255, 256 

Jepthai, 43 

John, 46 

John Milton, 79 

Joshua, 46 

Julia, 244 

Leah, 43 

Louisa Fuller, 79 

Lucy A., 256 

Lyman, 79, 125 

Martha, 45 

Mary, 43, 181 

Rachel, 43 

Rebecca, 36 

Shubael, 43 

Thankful, 43 

Timothy, 181 

Urijah, 43 

William H., 80 
Braman, Eliza, 116 

Fanny Sophia, 196 

John J., 196 

Tirzah, 196 
Branch, Ida ^L, 37 
Brayton, D. L., 234 

Breen, , 92 

Breese, Amy, 217 
Brewer, Amos, 181 

Isaac, 181 

Joel, 108 

Lucy, 132 

Polly, 92 

Solomon, 181 

Sophia, 181 

Timothy, 181 



Brewster, William, 24 
Bridge, M. Wells, 98 
Briggs, Ada Belle, 194 

Clara Jones, 161 

Hannah, 77 

Martha Robbins, 161 

Ralph L., 161 

William F., 194 

William Fuller, 161 
Brinkman, Katherine, 246 
Britteridge, Richard, 24 
Brockaway, Hannah, 77 

Wolston, 77 

Bridget, 77 
Bronson, Mrs, Oscar, 254 
Brooks, Alvan, 200 

Ruth, 104 
Broughton, Charles, 219 
Brown, Amos, 208 

Anne E., 145 

Archibald, 122 

Benjamin, 157 

Bessie, 68 

Clara C, 80 

Clarence, 145 

Cynthia, 112 

George, 112 

Guy, 251 

Hannah Elizabeth, 145 
^^Jeremiah, 208 

John S., 252 

Julia Ann, H2 

Mabel, 251 

N. S., 145 

Peter, 24 

Rebecca, 106, 123, 173 

Sarah, 104 
Browne, Martha, 25 

Mary, 25 

Peter, 25 
Bruce, Anne L., 1 1 1 
Buck, Mary L., 201 
Buckingham, Phebe, 77 
Buel, Emily F., 104 

Bull, , 249 

Bullard, Lucy E., no 
Bump, Cornelius, 254 



277 



Bump, Heman, 254 
Burkhart, Adella S., 106, 123 
Burnham, Arthur Wendell, 252 

Nathan, 198 
Burr, Benjamin Frederick, 1x8 

Esther, 241 

Frank Rood, 1 1 8 

Frederick L., 118 

Julena Eliza, 118 

Lewis W., 241 

Ralph Brewer, 118 
Burseley, Hannah, 138 
Burt, Anna, 100 
Burtis, Mary, 207 

Bush, , 239 

Butterfield, Daniel, 234 
Butterworth, Evelyn F., 115 

Henry E., 115 
Button, Jennie, 204 
Cady, Clara, 134 
Cahoon, Abigail, 48 

John, 48, 49 

Joseph, 48 

Elizabeth, 48 

Grace, 49 

Lydia, 48 

Ruth, 48 
Calkins, Darius, 207 
Campbell, Anne, 252 

William, 73 
Candler, Charles, 21 
Canfield, William, 161 
Capen, Charles WilHam, 89 

Edmund, 89 

Sarah Ellen, 89 

Susan Theodosia, 90 

Theodosia, 89, 107 
Carpenter, Arthur T., 172 

Erwin C, 172 

Carrier, , 93 

Carrington, Jessie, 206 
Carroll, Mrs. Abby R., 119 
Carter, Amy C, 1 1 1 

Edith, 127 

Emily G., 122 
Carver, Almira Jane, 142 

Edward, 136 



Carver, Francis, 84 

George, 84, 99 

Jared, 84, 99 
John, 24 
Joseph, 142 
Sarah, 84 
Cary, Anne, 106, 123 
Case, Adelbert, 106 

Clifford, 106 

Ella, ig6 

Silas, 106 

Casler, Mary, 67 

Cass, Lois, 37 
Caswell, Henry Kirk, 109 
Cathcart, Eunice S., 72 
Catlin, Capt., 60 ^ 

Chadwick, Joseph, 71 
Chamberlain, , 173 

John, 42 
Champion, Andrew, 46 

Anna, 46 

Daniel, 207 

Esther, 207 

Ichabod, 46 

Israel, 46 

Judah, 46 

Martha, 46 

Mary, 46 

Mehitable, 46 

Minnie J., 131 

Noadiah, 46 

Reuben, 46 

Sybil, 207 
Chandler, Hannah, 5O 
Chapin, Albert, 107 

Allison, 98 

Alvin, 107 

Ashbel P., 107 

Azuba, 102 

Benjamin, 78 

Daniel, 86 

Edith Almira, 107 

Edwin, 98, 107 

Edwin H., 98 

Eunice, 107 

Frank Clifford, 107 

Francis Warren, 107 



278 



Chapin, Frederick Clarence, 107 
Fluvia Maria, 86 
Harriet Sophia, 86 
Hattie J., 98 
Henrietta, 107 
Louis Wilfred, 107 
May E., 98 
Mary E., 89, 177 
Mary Emma, 107 
Sabina O., 126 
Chapman, Abel, 159 

Abigail Storrs, 81 
Amanda, 149 
Anne L., 106 
Ansel, 47 

Augustus Hartwell, 81 
Benjamin, 81, 82, 149 
Caleb, 46 
Caroline, Si 
Caroline Matilda, 82 
Chloe, 156 
Cynthia, 149 
Daniel, 149 
Diodate, 149 
Dorothy, 149 
Elizabeth, 149 

Erastus, 149 

Eunice, 190 

Fanny, 149 

Frank B., 227 

George B., 200 

Harriet Scribner, 81 

Hezekiah, (49 

Horace, 47, 149, 203 

Jose))h, 149, 190 

Julius, 149, 152 

Keturah, 159 

Laura, 203 

Laurena, 149 

Lavinia, 149 

Lovina, 149 

Lucy, 103 

Martha, 203 

Mary, 47 

Newton Whittlesey, Si 

Orin, 149 

Ozias, 149 



Chapman, Reuben, 149 

Revilo, 149 

Russell, 47, 149 

Sarah, 44, 47, 190, 202 

Samuel, 78, 149 

Sophia, 149 

Statira, 47, 150, 153 

Sylvester, 149 

Thomas Fuller, 81 

Timothy, 46, 47, 149, 153 

Warren, 47, 149 

William, 149 
Chappel, Patience, 39, 136 
Charles, Melissa N., 118 
Chase, Caroline, 186 

Mary, 140 
Chatman, Sarah Jane, 83 
Chenowith, Mary Elizabeth, 217 
Chilton, James, 24 
Chipman, Ruth, 54 
Chism, James, 128 

Susie, 128 
Chittenden, Charles Curtis, 92 

Charlotte S., 92 

Eliza Jane, 92 

Ella A., 92 

Flora E., 92 

Kate Adella, 93 

Mary Sophia, 93 

Nelson, 92 

Rosella Lillie, 92 
Christopher Frank, 93 
Chryst, Alice, 188 
Church, Ambrose, 40, 41 

Ann, 45 

Asahel, 41 

Austin, 41 

Daniel, 41 

David, 45 

Dorothy, 41 

Ebenezer, 41 

Edward, 45 

Elizabeth, 40, 41, 169 

Green H., 40 

Hannah, 41, 45, 168 

Iddo, 41 

Ira, 41 



279 



Church, James, 41 

John, 40, 41, 45 

Jonathan, 41 

Julius, 41 

J. W, 241 

Lydia, 45 

Mary, .141 

Mehitable, 46 

Millicent, 40 

Obadiah, 40 

Ohver, 41 

Orris, 41 

Phebe, 45 

Richard, 40 

Sarah M., 94 

Samuel, 41, 45 

Thomas, 41 

Uriah, 41 

Warren, 40 

Wealthy, 41 

William, 40, 41 
Churton, Catherine S., 170 

Edward Oakley, 170 

John, 170 

John Richard, 170 

Mary Elizabeth, 170 

Willard F., 170 
Clark, Albert, 92 

Alva, 85 

Angeline, 85 

Benjamin F., 89 

Capt., 190 

Caroline, 85 

Francis H., 184 

Franklin, 89 

Frankly n H., 184 

Isaac, 211 

John, 234 

Joseph, 89 

Joseph K., 89 

Lois, 78, 168, 248 

Lor en, 240 

Lucy, 131 

Nellie, 239 

Richard, 24 

Sumner, 85 

Sylvester, 85 



Clay, Ann, 214 

Henry, 218 
Cleveland, Sarah, 82 

Wallace, 194 
Clow, William, 92 
Cobb, John Stover, 105 
Cochrane, Grace, 87 

William B., 87 
Cogswell, George, 103 

Hannah, 172 
Cohn, John, 84, 99 
Cole, Aliva, 171 
Coles, Hannah, 77 

Walter W., 120 
Collins, Austin, 97 

Cynthia, loi 

F^benezer, 102 

Ella L., 126 

Eva, 97 

Frances Louise, 215 

Jabez, 108 

Levi, 97 

Mary Ward, 215 

Richard, 85 

Sidney Ernest, 215 

Thomas Peter, 215 

William James, 215 
CoUymore, Peter, 27 
Colton, Bathsheba, 89 

Howard, 116 

Susan, 239 
Corastock, Alvin B., 156 

A. W., 157 

Christoi)her R., 86 

Emma L., 86 

Hannah, 221 

Harriet B., 157 

Harriet Fuller, 86 

Rachel, 224 
Conant, Chauncey W., 144 
Cone, Daniel, 152 

Ebenezer, 190 

EUzabeth, 41 

Erastus D., ?02 

George, 4 J 

Hannah, 44, 189 

Hiram, 163 



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Cone, Joshua, 156 

Julia, 156 
Conley, Elizabeth, 241 
Conn, Sarah, 64 

William, 64 
Converse, Amy Mansfield, 133 

Benjamin, 102 

James, 156 

Jane, 63 

Julia, 102 

Morton, 107 

Rodolphus, 107 

Wilmer Morton, 107 

W. B., 102 
Cook, , 149 

Ashburn, 154 

Fanny, 158 

Francis, 24 

George O., 143 

John, 154 

John VVinthrop, 154 

Julia, 187 

Louisa P., 201 

Lucinda, 104 

Luther, 154 

Maria L., 154 

Sarah A., 230 
Cooke, John, 1 1 
Coolbaugh, Mary Ellen, 121 

William, 121 
Cooledge, Rufus, 89 
Cooley, Blanch, 221 

Laura H., 183 
Coon, John, 195 
Copeland, Clara E., 132 
Cornell, Harriet 1-ouise, 196 

Phillip R., 196 
Corning, Elizabeth, 159 
Cornish, Gabriel, 50 

Mary, 50 
Cornwall, William, 46 
Cotton, Mary C, 1 1 1 
Cousin, James, 194 
Cowdrey, Dyar, 199 

Oliver, 199 

Stephen, 199 

Warren, 199 



Cowdrey, William, 199 
Cox, Mort, 195 
Crackstone, John, 24 
Craig, Edward F., 115 

Henry Freeman, 115 

Robert, 92 
Cramer, Carrie, 184 
Crippen, Catherine, 44 

Frances, 36 

Jabez, 36, 67 

John, 36 

Joseph, 36 

Lydia, 36 

Mehitable, 36, 67 

Samuel, 36 

Susannah, 36 

Schuyler, 185 

Thankful, 36 

Thomas, 36 
Crocker, Editha, 185 

Eleazer, 54 y 

Esther, 72 

Hannah, 42 

Jabez, iZ 

Jonathan, 42 

Mary B., 72 

Nathan, 38 

Remember, 38 

Ruth, 54 

Sarah C., 141 
Crosby, Howard, 185 

Raymond, 185 
Crosier, Bertha, 133 
Cross, , 216 

Jonathan, 139 
Crowe, Ephraim, 33 

Hannah, 33 

Jane, 33 

Jemima, zi 

John, 33 

Sarah, 29, 30, 33 

Thankful, 33 

Thomas, 33 
Crowfoot, Sarah, 89 
Crowell, John, 33 ^ 
Cudworth, Mr., 24 
Cull, Thomas, 239 



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Culver, John, 239 

Mary F^liza, 37 

Pamilla, 129 
Cunningham, Kate, 253 
Currier, Horace T., 214 

Wil'iiber Hoyt, 214 

Grace Emma, 215 
Cutler, Benjamin, 251 

David, 183 

Edward Parker, 252 

Ephraim, 251 

Grace Deming, 252 

John A., 252 

Lewis Whitney, 252 

Mary Whittemore, 252 

Maverette Bessie, 184 

Rebecca Russell, 252 

Thomas Sullivan, 252 
Damon, D., 102 

Jane, 205 

Samuel G., 102 
Dana, Dr., 144 
Daniels, Amasa, 44 

Asa, 44, 168 

Bartlett Shepard, 87 

David, 173 

Hannah, 44 

Lemuel, 43, 44 

Tabitha, 44 
Danks, Hiram, 108 
Darte, Levi, 153 
Davenport, Mary, 185 
Davidson, Beveridge, 187 

Daniel, 187 

Faye, 187 

Helen E., 187 

John F., 187 

Margaret D., 187 
Davis, , 178 

Isaac, 183 

Moses, 82 

Tryphena, 183 
Dawley, Amelia, 237, 238 

Catherine, 237 

Job, 237, 238 
Day, Aaron, 48 

David, 48 



Day, Esther, 39 
John, 150 
John Jr., 47 
Lydia, 47, 48 
Mary, 82 
Sarah, 85, 150 
Samuel Dorrance, 80 

Dean, Ashbel, 235 

Louis Palmer, 235 
Marion, 235 
William, 235 

DeBos, Lennie H., 90 

Decker, Adelia L., 65 
Anson C, 65 

Dedrick, Amy, 196 

Delius, William H., 122 

Dempsey, Elizabeth, 134 
William, 134 

Denis, Ruth E., 161 

Denison, Harry E., 246 
Beulah, 246 

Dennis, , 193 

George, 193 
Georgianna, 193 
Jennie, 193 

Denslow, , 77 

Derby, Anna Louise, 32 

Archibald Steuart, 32 
George Hamilton, 32 
John Hamilton, 32 
Margaret Wait, 32 
Mar}' Hamilton, 32 

Derraan, Charles B., 253 

Charles Frederic, 253 
Emily Frederica, 253 
Samuel Stevens, 253 

Dewey, Deborah, 142 
Israel, 76 

DeWitt, 137 

William C, 215 

Dexter, Mr., 9 

Dick, Percy Griffith, 97 

Dickinson, Irena, 50, 248 

Dickinson, Sophia R., 155 
Oliver, 200 

Dickson, Phebe, 41 

Dimock, Capt., 45 



Dimock, Susannah, 138 
Dinnon, Jane, 255 
Dixon, l-dward, t8i 

Robert, 181 
Dobbins, John, 201 
Dodge, I)ella A., 124 

Herbert E., 251 

Lewis, 124 

Lydia D., 124 

Donaldson, , 59 

Dorrance, Anna, 208 

Henry B., 211 

James, 2 1 1 

Lemuel S., 211 

^Lartha, 211 

Orange F., 2 1 1 

Stella, 207 

Susan, 211 
Doten, Ldward, 24 
Downie, Anna, 134 

Cora M., 134 

William, 134 
Downing, Richard H., 170 
Downs, Corodon, 65 

Emma J., 68 

Marcus C, 65 

Sarah E., 65 

Stephen Clifford, 98 

Winifred Dudley, 98 
Drake, Eva, 236 

Mercy, 32 

Drury, , 109 

Dugan, Mary Jane, 186 
Dunbar, Cbre Arline, 189 
Duncan, Hannah, 241 

Ruth, 240 
Dunham, Abigail, 32 

Benajah, 32 

David, 32 

Edward, 32 

James, 32 

Jonathan, 32 

Phineas, 32 

Robert F., 182 

Zeruah, 32 
Dunn, Rebecca, 32 

Ursula, 32 



Dunnell, Horatio H., 147 

Katherine Gertrude, 147 
Dunning, Augusta, 253 

Benjamin, 250 

Edwin, 252 

Elizabeth, 79, 250 

Emily Matilda, 252 

Julia, 252, 253 

Julius L., 79, 250 

Julius Newton, 253 

Martha, 253 
Dustin, Lydia, 252 
Dutton, Jeremiah, 97 
Dwight, Elihu, 41 

Mary A., 189 

Nancy, 41 

Sabrina O., 1 1 7 
Eardsley, William A., 77 
Earhart, Melvin, 217 
Eastman, Daniel P., 214 
Eaton, Francis, 24 
Edgerton, Charles, 236 

Eunice, 236 

Maremus D., 236 

Martha Fuller, 236 
Edgett, Frederick, 109 
Edwards, Fanny, 196 

George, 196 

Lydia, 163 

Sarah, 196 
Elliot, Clara L., no 

John F., no 

Mary F., no 
Elmer, Abigail, 193 
Elston, Mary J., 215 

Nancy, 215 

Samuel, 215 
Ely, Gabriel, 149 

Roxana, 152 
Emily, Charles H., 203 
Emons, Jonathan, 36 

Samuel, 36 
Emmons, Dyer, 152 

Joseph Gilbert, 204 

Mary Eliza, 204 
English, Thomas, 24 
Evarts, Sarah E., 238 



«83 



Fairman, Clarissa, 158 
John, 159 
Jonathan, 158 

Fan, Albert Cutler, 96 
Alice Mildred, 96 
Anna Josephine, 96 
Charles, 96 
Edna Lillian, 97 
Evelyn, 96 
Grace, 96 
Hazel Morris, 97 
Henry Comstock, 95 
Henry Howard, 95 
Herbert, 96 
James Albert, 96 
Jane Lee, 96 
Lancelot, 96 
Lawrence, 97 
Mabel, 96 
Morris B., 96 
Nelson Ford, 96 
Rodney, 96 
Roger, 96 
Ruth, 96 

Samuel Fuller, 96 
Wilfred, 96 
Wynant Applegate, 96 

Farrar, Caroline F., 89 
Henry VV., 89 
Isaac, 88 
John Henry, 89 
Samuel F., 89 

Faurot, Abram, 128 

Emily Brooks, 128 
Minnie A., 128 

Fearon, Carrol D., 244 
Charles F., 244 
Gladys D., 244 
Henry Dana, 244 
Robert H., 244 
Spencer F., 244 

Fellon, Emeline, 214 

Fellows, Asahel, 62 

Carl Roland, 195 
Charles J., 195 
Edna, 62 
'1 Elijah, 62 



Fellows, Eliza, 62 

George, 62 

Irving John, 195 

Polly, 62 

Sarah, 62 
Fenn, Sarah E., 225 

Treat, 225 
Ferguson, Samuel, 131 
Ferry, Charlotte, 93 

Cordelia, 93 

Eliza Ann, 93 

Laura Ann, 93 

Luther, 93 

Luther A., 93 
Field, Amelia, 108 

Carrie J., 185 

D. S., 185 
Filer, John, 142 
Fish, Rachel, 138 
Fisher, Eliza P., 141 

George, 118 

Grace A., 1 19 

Ida May, 96 

Isaac, 50 

Louis C, 1 19 

Mary B., 119 

Melissa E., 119 

Phineas, 141 

Salem, 118, 132 

Susan G., 141 

Susan M., 132 
Fisherdick, Anna Louise, 114 

George Henry, 114 
*Fisk, Eber, 37 

Julia Ann, 37 

Nathaniel, 37 
Fiske, Quartus, 89 
Fitch, William Piatt, 233 
Fletcher, Moses, 24 
FoUett, Lydia, 230 

Mary Ida, 238 
Folsom, Dorothy H., 242 

Edwin, 242 

Eleanor F., 242 

Marian L., 242 
Forbes, Anne, 197 

Lena, 162 



284 



Ford, John, 25 

Martha, 25 
Foster, George, 89 
Fox, Barrett, 56 

Hi rain, 254 
Mary, 80 
Freeman, John, 28, 29 
Fremont, Jolm C, 162 
French, Flla (iortlon, 90 
Josei)hine, 66 
Nelhe, 94 
Frost, Elarhia, 139 

Henry, 98 
Jane, 181 

Zelmlon, 181 
Frow, Amanda Jane, 226 
Gates, Achsah, 200 

Ahce, 96 

Augustus L., 144 
Gale, Lydia Monroe, 96 

Monroe Forbes, 96 

Ohve, 96 

Thomas Monroe, 96 
Gardner, Richard, 24 

Sophia, 185 
Gates, Abigail, 201 

Chauncey, 149 

Clarissa, 149 

Daniel, 43 

Darius, 46 

Dimmis, 46 

Ephraim, 149, 200 

Esther, 46 

Hannah, 43, 46 

Ira, 149 

James, 149 

Jehiel, 152 

Jesse, 43 

Joseph, 43 

Joshua, 168 

Jonah, 46 

Loren, 152 

Lydia, 43, 149 

Martha, 149 

Mary, 46 

Nathan, 43 

Noadiak, 148, 149 



Gates, Olive, 46 

Olmstead, 149 
Samuel, 46 
Stephen, 46 
George, Edson W., 163 

Gerow, , 171 

Giddings, Caroline, 165 
Caroline L., 161 
Charles, 161 
Edward F., 161 
Edward J., 161 

Franklin H., 161 
Jonathan, 154 

Rebecca, 154 
Samuel, 165 
Clifford, I'rince, 255 
Gilbert, Mary, 155 
Gildersleive, Emily S., 71 \ 

Gildersleeve, Henry, 71 ! 

Gilfoil, Mrs. Maria, 89 
Giles, Clarence M., 163 
Gillett, Lois, 150 | 

Lydia, 49, 228 
Gillette, Mr., 144 

Alfred, 99 
Gladding, Hannah French, 103 
Glass, Alice, 199 

Arunah, 199 

Lucinda, 199 

Mary, 199 

Roxana, 199 

Rufus, 199 

Susanna, 199 

William, 199 
Gleason, Elsea, 58 

Eunice, 105 

Mary, 32 
Goddard, Mary S., 105 

Nathaniel, 105 
Godfrey, Margaret E., 104 

Mary, 157 

Matthew, 201 
Goldthwait, Alfred, 92 

Bessie, 92 

Gilbert N., 92 

Harriet, 92 

Helen, 92 



285 



Goldthwait, Howard, 92 

Milo, 92 

Norton S., 92 
Goodenough, Carrie Josephine, 
252 

Jonathan Bradford, 252 
Goodman, John, 24 
Goodspeed, EHzabeth, 55 

Moses, 56 

Nathaniel, 56 

NelHe Ann, 216 
Goodwin, AureHa, 249 

Charles, 249 

Cynthia, 249 

Elijah, 249 

George, 249 

James, 249 

Mary, 169 

Morilla, 249 

Obedience, 249 

Richard, 249 
Gould, Esther, 88 

Job, 49 

Lyman, 49 

Ruth, 180 

William, 49 
Graham, Isabel, 19S 
Grant, Adelbert William, 1 1 1 

Augustus, 150 

Caroline, 66 

Elisha, 150 

IdaG., 158 

James A. S., 154 

Lloyd Shepard, 103 

Maryette, 150 

Philo, 150 

Ralph Alorgan, 103 

Thane Chester, 103 
Graves, Chester, 94 

Edward, 94 

Emma, 94 

Frank, 94 

George, 94 

Mary, 100 
Gray, CaroUne, 141 

Cornehus, 141 

Ida M., 141 



Greaton, Col., 85 
Greeley, Eben, 201 
Green, Asenath, 185 

Harriet S., 185 

John, 69 

Jonas, 185 

Katherine, 96 

Kittie Ellen, 219 

Mary E., 132 

Timothy, 148 
Greene, E. H., 186 
Greenman, Betsey, 201 
Griffing, Orville, 222 
Griggs, Dr. , 157 

John, 59 

Joseph M., 92 
Grimes, George C, 98 

Stuart, 98 

Walter Hardie, 98 
Grinell, Charles, 62 
Griswold, Phebe, 163 
Grosjean, Agnes, 62 

Charlotte, 62 

Edward, 62 

Emily, 62 

Malvina, 62 

Margaret, 62 

Marion, 62 

Mary, 62 

Sirquet, 62 
Grout, Jonathan, 192 

Joseph, loi 
Grover, Ruth, 174 
Groves, Albert F., 156 

Charles A., 156 

Frederick W., 156 

George A., 156 

George F., 156 
Guy, Louisa C, 108 
Hackney, Mary Virginia, H2 
Hagadom, Harrison, 109 
Hale, Sarah, 129 
Haley, Effie V., 158 
Hall, Agnes Josephine, 96 

Anna, 223 

Augusta, 113 

Edith, 113 



286 



Hall, Mercy, 82 
Sarah, 204 
Sarah J., 145 
WilHam P., 113 
VVilHam Pomeroy, 96 
Hamilton, John Alan, 82 

John Allen, 81 
Hamlin, Christiana, 248 
Cornelius, 50 
Eleazer, 136, 248 
Nathaniel, 198 
Sarah, 198 
Hancock, Elizabeth B., 208 
Hand, Jane, 242 
Hard, Asenath, 44 
Ebenezer, 44 
Elizabeth, 44 
Huldah, 44 
Justus, 44 
Rachel, 44 
Robert Lane, 44 
Shubael, 44 
Uriah, 44 
Zadoclc, 44 
Hardie, Charles Harry, 98 
Frank Everett, 98 
Grace Emma, 98 
Harry Edward, 98 
James Henry, 98 
Mary Eva, 98 
OUietta Laura, 98 
Virginia, 98 
Harding, Almira, 239 
Harkness, Nathan, 131 

Sarah L., 131 
Harlow, Joseph, 63 

Deborah H., 1S2 
Harper, Lurissa Jane, 66 

William, 66 
Harris, Abbie Reynolds, 130 
Eliza, 217 
Hettie P., 219 
Isaac, 217 
Truman, 130 
Sarah, 198 
Harshman, Chra M. F., 185 
James Elbert, 185 



Harshman, Mabel Helen, 185 

Nelson, 185 
Hartwell, Adelbert H., no 

Amy G., in 

C. H., no 

Clara, no 

Constance, in 

Frederick E., in 

Harry F., in 

Nellie M., in 
Harvey, Amanda R., 113 
Haskins, Enoch, 123 

Mary, 123 

Susie R., 123 
Hastings, Sarah, 60 
Hatch, Abi, 49 

Abigail, 49 

Barnabas, 49 

Elizabeth, 57 

Evalina, C, 238 

James, 49 

Jethro, 230 

Lasell, 49 

Lydia, 48, 49 

Phebe, 49 

Rachel, 255 

Ruth, 49 

Sarah, 49 

Thomas, 49, 256 
Hatherley, Timothy, 27 
Hawkes, Clara, 194 

Herbert, 194 

James, 194 

Julia, 194 

Levi F., 194 

Lucius, 194 

Sophia, 192 

William, 194 
Hawkins, Mary Florilla, 188 
Hawks, Harriet, 81 
Hawley, Joseph R., 231 

Mary, 231 
Hayden, Albert, 83 

Nettie Orpha, 83 

Polly, 107 

Rena, 83 
Hayes, Amanda, 157 



y 



287 



Hayes, Ma^y, 157 
Haynes, E.nma F., 115 

Harriet Pearl, 241 
Hays, Hannah, 190 
Hayward, Aaron, 59 

Alice, 251 

Edward P., 214 

Johns, 86 

William Eugene, 86 
Head, Mrs. Mille, 129 
Healey, Thomas, 106 
Heath, Asahel Hawley, 67 

Bartholomew, 67 

Clara McLean, 66 

Elisha S., 86 

Henry, 67 

Hezekiah, 67 
Heizer, Harriet, 66 
Hendee, Abigail, 142 
Henderson, Alice, 213 

Chloe, 213 

Florence, 212 

Frank Gilbert, 213 

Henry, 213 

Henry Clay, 212 

Ian the, 213 

Ida, 212 

Junius, 213 

Lucy, 212 

Sarah, 212 

William Ambrose, 212 
Hendrickson, John B., 92 
Higgins, Dorothy, 96 

Sarah, 152 

William Henry H., 96 
Hildreth, Royal, 193 
Hill, Hannah, 209 

John, 57 

Olive Beatrice, 96 

Solomon, 206 

William Curtis, 96 

Zerviah, 206 
Hinckley, , 255 

Benjamin, 74 

Martha, 74, 255 
I Mehitable, 70 

I Thomas, 31 



Hines, — 



235 



Hinman, Joseph, 98 
Hitchcock, Albert, 144 

Frank F., 144 

J. Clinton, 144 

J. H., 144, 145 
Hobomok, 25 

Hodges, Rachel Freeman, 144 
Hodgkins, Amelia, 238 

Emily Theodosia, 238 

Ezra, 238 

Henry Clarence, 238 

Julia Ada, 238 
Hoffman, Fannie S., 226 
Holberton, Francis, 207 
Holbrook, Carleton Joseph, 67 

C. W., 67 

William Fuller, 67 

Holcomb, , 136 

Holden, , 62 

Belle, 62 

DeWitt C, 62 

Edward, 62 

Edward L., 21 

Kitty, 62 
Hollenback, Harriet, 245 
Holmes, Christopher, 45 
Hooker, Bryan, 155 

Lydia Lewis, 155 

Nancy, 155 
Hopkins, Damans, 25 

M. D., 82 

Stephen, 24, 25 
Home, Robert, 15 
Horr, Elijah, 243 

Sarah L., 243 
Horsford, Talcott, 143 
Horton, Allen, 196 
Hosmer, Mary, 40, 148 

Robert, 148 
House, Samuel, 28, 29 
Howard, Ada, 95 

Adaline Henry, 95 

Albert, 94 

Arthur, 94 

Clara Adaline, 95 

Emily, 113 



Howard, Henry Lancelot, 95 
Lancelot, 95 
Laura Rooker, 95 
Lockhart, 94 
Nathan, 113 
Oscar, 94 
Stella, 94 
Howe, Rev. Mr., 61 
Aaron, 119 
Charles, 238 
Eugene C, 238 
Horace H., 238 
Howell, Daniel, 81 
Edward, 128 
Edward L., 128 
Eliza, 202 
Wilfred, 128 
Howes, Albert L., 178 
Carrie M., 194 
Howland, Anne, 72 

Benjamin, 136 
Hannah, 42 
Isaac, 72 
John, 24, 25 
Joseph, 72 
Maria, 72 
Hubbard, Ezra, 169 

Lois, 41, 78, 168 
John, 78, 168, 248 
Parthena, 50, 248 
Hubbel, Abigail, 221 
Ephraim, 221 
Heustis, Mila J., 213 
Huffmeier, Evelyn, 97 

Maud, 97 
Hulbut, I^Larion, 239 
Hulett, Daniel Webster, no 
Hull, Hannah, 39 
Humphrey, Annis, 255 

Ralph, 255 
Hungerford, Beach, 161 
Caroline E., 161 
Hungerford, Julia Genevieve, 

241 
Hunt, Mary, 92 

Spencer D., 215 
William, 2 1 5 



Huntington, Civil, 14:' 
Dimmis, 142 
Dorothy, 152 
John, 142 
Jonathan, 45 
Jared, 142 
Laura, 142 
Mary, 142 
Ozias, 142 
rhiloxena, 142 
Ralph, 142 
Solomon, 142 
Hurlburt, Charles W., 253 
David, 234 
Lewis, 231 
Martha, 49 
Husted, Jonathan, 210 
Hntchins, Frank Wade, 184 
Hutchinson, Abigail, 203 
Hyde, Abiah, 182 

Abram V., 237 
Hyde, Andrew, 159 
Emma, 121 
Marilda, 117 
Ide, Oliver, 74 
Ingraham, Marcus, 193 
Irion, Matilda S., 204 
Isham, Abigail, 56 
Anna, 56 
Benjamin, 56 
Daniel, 56 
David, 56 
Ebenezer, 56 
Elizabeth, 56 
Isaac, 56 
John, 56 
Joseph, 56 
Joshua, 56 
Rebecca, 55, 56 
Samuel, 56 
Samuel Jr., 59 
Temperance, 56 
Thankful, 56 
Timothy, 56 
Jack, Jennette, 167 
Jackson, Abigail Stickney, 81 
James, Caroline, 226 



289 



Jarvis, Adaline, 223 

Jenkins, Abigail, 74 

Jenks, Almira, 107 

George Monroe, 91 
Henry, 107 

Jennings, Capt., 84 

Jewett, , 229 

Johnson, Agnes, 130 
Arathusa, 251 
Arlington F., 178 
Cynthia Sophia, 145 
Emma, 144 
Jedediah, 144 
Lewis Hawkes, 144 
Luna Aleamina, 179 
Munson, 251 
Maurine F., 178 

Jones, Dr. Allen, 1S4 
Ann, 64 
Arthur M., 119 
A. T., 115 
Charles B., 87 
Charles P., 119 
Eleanor, 91 
Etta E., 115 
Harriet Sophia, 87 
Henry C, 119, 212 
Jededia, 30, 31 
Katherine, 115 
Lillian M., 119 
Louise Estelle, 184 
Martha, 255 
Mercy H., 141 
Marion E., 119 
Myron, 115 
Nathaniel, 64 
Pauhne, 155 
Phebe, 95 
Ralph, 29 
Rosina, 139, 140 
Sarah, 70 
Simeon, in 
Sylvanus, 139 
Wilfred, 119 

, Jordan, John, 173 

I Keckler, Peter, 214 
Keith, Caroline, 1 24 



Keith, Emma Caroline, 124 

George A., 124 

Mary F., 202 
Kellar, Freida, 237 

Karl, 237 

Otto, 237 

Rex, 237 

Ruth, 237 
Kelley, James J., 123 

T. C, 145 
Kellogg, Abigail, 76 

Elisha, 136 

Elnathan, 77 

Rachel, 103 
Kelly, John, 136 
Kelsey, Sarah, 49 

Siba, 192 
Keeney, Mary, 77 

Susannah, 143 
Kendall, Carlo, 100 

E. E., 84 
Kendrick, Adin, 234 

Don C, 234 
Keney, Justus W., 150 
Kent, Ellen, 104 
Keyes, Bertha Ellen, 90 

Charles, 90 

Clifton Earle, 90 

Cora, 90 

Edmund Capen, 90 

Elbert James, 90 

Elbert AL,90 

Frederick Elias, 90 

Grace Anna, 90 

Henry, 90 

Homer Raymond, 90 

Vera Pearl, 90 

Wilbur Leroy, 90 
Kibbe, H. G., 135 

Mabel Carpenter, 135 
Kidd, Eliza, 213 
Kidder, Monroe C, 253 
Kiernan, Horatio S., 128 
Kilbourne, Jonathan, 44 
Killam, Lot, 116 

Mary L., 116 
Kimball, Benjamin, 60 



\ 



290 

Kimball, Charles, 99 

('harles V., 99 

Keziah, 60 

Laura]., 99 
Kinard, I'>lizabeth, 46 
King, Adaline, 120 

Amasa, 120 

Arthur I)., 132 

Mlsic, 151 

llezekiah, 151 

Howard A., 132 

John, 120 

Justus VV., 150 

Mary R., 120 

Sophronia, 120 
Kingsbury, Clara W., 178 

Edward Payson, 178 

Mary L., 178 

Ruth F., 178 
Kingsley, Isaiah, 143 

Margaret, 143 

Sarah, 165 
Kinley, Isabelle, 194 
Kinne, Charity Ovetta, 62 

DeWitt Clinton, 62 

Jeremy, 62 
Kinney, Andrew, 237 

Edith, 237 

Floy A.,^ 237 

Frank E., 237 

Leslie R., 237 

Orrin, 237 

Robert L., 237 

Swan, 237 
Knapp, Zilpha, 254 
Kneeland, Benjamin, 37 

Ebenezer, 36 

Isaac, 36 
Knibloe, Ebenezer, 136, 247 

Pamela, 167 
Knight, Abigail, 182 

Emma, 251 
Knowlton, Susannah, 200 
Knox, Harry A., 133 
Kroh, Fidelia, 204 
Kuhney, George William, 158 
Labroad, Mrs. Henry, 85 



Lacey, John, 170 

I^dd, Sarah Lockwood, 121 

Wyllys C, 162 
Lamphere, Ella, 172 
Lamson, Carrie, 239 

Landsfield, , 176 

Lane, Chloe, 48 

Daniel, 48 

Ephraim, 48 

Esther, 48 

Ira, 48 

John, 48 

Lewis, 48 

Matthias, 48 

Matthias Spencer, 48 

Rhoda, 48 

Richard, 48 

Ruth, 48 

Susie B., 125 
Langdon, Horace B., 162. 

Nancy, 83 
Larkin, Cora, 197 
Larkins, Sarah, 194 
Larrabee, John, 177 
Lathrop, Jane, 24, 26, 31 

Rev. John, 24, 26, 27, 33 

Mercy, 78, 86 

Solomon, 78 

Susanna, 78 
I^timer, Rhoda, 119 
Latshaw, William Denison, 81 
Law, Frederick H., 125 
Lawton, Benjamin, 233 

Benjamin Franklin, 233 

Francis Henry, 233 

Idella Jane, 233 

Ralph Bray ton, 233 

Shailer Emery, 233 
Laythorpe, Barnabas, 30 

Joseph, 28, 30 
Learned, Archer F., 126 
Leavenworth M., 102 
Leavitt, Benning, 94 
Lee, Charles, 155 ) 

Lucy, 231,236 ( 

Lydia, 157 

Nancy, 155 



291 



Leete, Frederick D., 244 

Helen D., 244 

Jeanette F., 244 
Leister, Edward, 24 
LeMoyne, Sarah, 155 
Leonard, Keziah, 193 

Lucinda, 192 
Lewis, Elizabeth H., 204 

Samuel, 41 

Lilie, , 163 

Lines, Jemima, io6 
Little, Barzillai, 41 

Charlotte, loi, 118 

Jerusha, 93 

Nancy, 41 
Lockey, Robert S., no 
Lockhart, Margaret, 207 
Lombard, Dennis O., 89, 106 

Dexter W., 89 

Elliott F., 89 

Estus M., 89 

Ira S., 89 

Irene T., 89 

Justin, 89, 106 

A. Mariva, 89 

Mary L., 89 
Lord, Ezra, 139 

Matilda, 201 

Mary, 44 

Joshua, 139 
Love, Charles, 214 

Mary Emeline, 214 
Lovejoy, Frank VV., 124 
Loveland, Rhoda, 238 
Lovell, , 138 

Andrew, 54, 69 

Jerusha, 69 
/. , Lydia, 55 

Shubael, 138 

Silas, 69 

William, 69 
Loveridge, Abner, 45 
i Anne, 45 

i David, 45 

) Edward, 45 

,' Eunice, 45 

John, 45 



Loveridge, Lewis, 45 
Loomis, Sarah, 150 
Lucas, Henry, 182 - 
Luce, Eleanor, 235 

Hannah, 236 
Ludwig, Louise, 127 
Lyman, . 235 

Frank, no 

Howard, 177 

Warren Fay, 177 
Lyon, Eliza Ann, 118 

David, 118 

Josiah, 107 

Mary, 107 

Mary Isabel, 107 
Lyons, Abraham, no 
Macy, Lilly R., 219 
Mack, Abihu, 149 

Orellana, 87 

Orlando, 149 

Phebe, 41 
Maguire, Loretta, 95 
Mahan, Charles Walter, 188 

James Cecil, 188 
Main, Judith, 247 
Mallory, Frank Boyd, 91 

Roger Putnam, 91 
Manchester, Charles, 205 
Mannering, Mary Geraldine, 67 
Manning, , 122 

H. Courtney, 67 
Mansfield, Emma, 114 
Mantell, Elliott, 104 
Markham, Betsey Ann, 152 

Elam, 81 
Margeson, Edmond, 24 
Marsh, Albert E., 192 

Vesta, 153 
Marston, Belva, 221 
Martin, , 230 

Christopher, 24 

Dorothy, 32 

Howard L., 242 

John, 32 

Louis F., 242 

Medad, 242 

Woodbury L,, 162 



292 



Mason, Isabella, 251 
Matteson, Amos, 170 
Chauncey, 170 
Jesse, 170 
Polly Ann, 171 
Seniiramis, 172 
Silas, 172 
Matthews, Lephe L., 237 

Stanley E., 237 
Maxfield, Charles H., 214 
May, Sybil, 45 
Maynard, Georgietta, 196 
Mayo, Arthur Henry, 145 

Erskine Bronson, 145 
Mary Elizabeth, 145 
Warren Spear, 145 
Mears, Anna, 1 16 
Mercein, Alvin B., 185 
Harry A., 1S5 
Hattie Fuller, 185 
Jane D., 185 
Mercier, Grace A., 179 

John B., 179 
Merritt, Alice, 96 
Merwin, Lucy, 152 
Mary, Elinor Mary, 245 
Jacob S., 245 

Mesick, , 223 

Metcalf, George, 86 
Meyers, Mary, 224 
Miles, Polly B., 194 
Millard, Jennette, 120 
Ix)raine, 230 
Philo, 229 
Thomas, 42 
Miller, Charles, 62 
Esther, 97 
Fanny Lucina, 179 
Flora Amelia, 90 
Francis Xavier, 62 
Jacob, 62 
Jennie, 237 
Joanna, loi 
Joseph K., 62 
Marietta, 62 
Sarah J., 81 
Sylvester, loi, 108 



Miller, Polly, 100 

Violate, 118 ,» . 

Mills, Elizabeth, 92 "^ 

Lydia, 224 
Maria, 160 
Robert S., 81 
William, 37 
William S., 37 
Mitchell, Caroline, 155 

Ellen Douglas, 155 
Nancy, 240 
S. Augustus, 155 
Samuel Augustine, 155 
McBride, Charles Andrews, 183 
Roscoe C, 183 
Samuel S., 183 
McClintic, Susanna P., 118 
McClure, Donald Fuller, 67 
Kathryn, 67 
Rev. M. E., 67 
McCracken, Frank L., 213 
McCullagh, Emily L., 112 
Harry S., 1 1 2 
Mabel, 112 
William S., in 
McCuUoch, Martha, 97 
McCuUy, Anna M., 215 

William, 215 
McDaniel, Cora, 185 
J. T., 185 
Maud, 185 
May, 185 
Mcintosh, Carl, 185 
Cleora, 185 
Edith, 185 
Susan A., 166 
McKay, Charles A., 183 

Ida May, 183 
McKee, Julia B., 227 
Mary, 219 
Samuel Vigo, 227 
McKinney, Betsey, loi 

William, 78 
McKnight, Charles H., 120 j 
McLaren, John D., 184 1 

Ruth, 184 ^ 

McLean, Brainard, 94 



293 






McLean, Charlotte E., 94 

Dorothy, 67 

Frances A., 94 

Francis, 94 

Henry J., 94 
McMaster, Charles H., 112 

McNeil, , 230 

Monroe, Hepzibah, 211 
Moody, Caroline F., 88 

Joseph G., 88 

Joseph H., 88 

Martha Louisa, 88 

Martha P., 84 

Mayme, 68 
Moore, Charlotte, 41 

Catherine Jane, 188 

Debora, 158 

Henry A., 125 

James, 158 

Marietta, 126 
Morehouse, Clara, 246 
Morey, Ellen, 186 
Morgan, Betsey, 245 

Dwight, 93 
Morley, Lewis E., 86 
Morris, Louisa, 201 

Rose, 127 
Moseley, Col., 228 
Moulton, Ellen, 152 
Mudge, Abigail, 50 

Ebenezer, 50 

Hannah, 50 

Joshua, 50 

Patience, 50 

Samuel, 50 

Stephen, 50 
MuUins, William, 24 
Munger, Dr. Pearly, 82 

Polly M., 82 

Susan, 82 
Munsell, Frank Ellis, no 
Munsing, Carrie J., 132 

Henry A., 132 

Lizzie, 115 
Munsing, Michael, 115 
Munson, Emeline, 214 

Hannah, 212 



Munson, Mrs. S. L., 253 

Murchison, Ambrose A., 213 
A. S., 213 
Clinton A., 214 
Edwin R., 214 
Effie Z., 213 
Hannah K., 213 
Henry L., 213 
lanthe M., 214 
Martha E., 214 
Mary M., 213 
Nancy E., 213 
Walter S., 214 

Murphy, Anne, 193 

Murray, Prudence B., 85 

Nash, Jane, 223 

Navil, , 62 

Neall, Mary, 252 

Nelson, Charles Ruea, 87 
Frank George, 87 
George W., 87 
Mary Augusta, 87 

Nesbitt, Daniel, 211 

Nettleton, Elijah, 233 

Jane Esther, 233 

Newcomb, Andrew, 61 
Hezekiah, 61 
Matilda, 61 
Peter, 61 
Simon, 61 

Newell, Cordelia, 162 
Jacob, 153 

Nichols, Artemus, 175 
Caroline, 160 
Moses, 58 

Niles, Morton H., 128 

Nims, Esther, 175 

Noble, Hattie M., 164 
Rev. Oliver, 80 
Mrs. Zerviah, 47 

Northam, John Cone, 103 
Lucy Ann, 103 
Capt. Timothy, 143 

Northrup, David, 154 
Salina, 154 

Nutting, Isaac, 183 

Nye, Maria, 40, 137 



294 



Nye, Mercy, 137 

Nathan, 137 
Oberland, Jessie, 197 
O'Connor, Charles Thomas, 253 

John, 253 
O'Hara, Andrew Bartlett, 32 
O'Killia, David, 33 
Olds, Caroline P., 107 

Minnie Etta, 91 

Reuben, 107 
Oliver, Capt., 85 

Edith B., 218 

George T., 218 

Luella F., 218 

Margaret M., 2:8 
Olmstead, Elizabeth, 40 

Samuel, 36 
Orr, Ada, 242 

Harold, 242 

Louise, 242 

William, 242 
Osborne, Hattie E., 99 

William A., 99 

W. F., 99 
Osgood, Caleb, 186 

Otis, Mr. , 26, 34, 37, 

256 
Oughton, Emma Grace, 147 

Robert, 147 

Sarah E., 147 
Oziah, Maud, 213 
Packingham, Henry L., 65 

Lorenzo, 65 

Mary E., 65 

Reuben G., 65 
Padden, Edith Evelyn, 68 
Page, Blin W., 138 

Edna C, 138 

Edward Payson, 138 
Paine, Albert Henry, 91 

Albert Irving, 90 

Alfred Kinsley, 91 

Alice Augusta, 90 

Alice Sylvia, 91 

Arabella Theodosia, 9 1 

Archie Monroe, 9 1 

Archie William, 90 



Paine, Arthur Garfield, 91 
Blanche Alice, 91 
Bertha May, 90 
Chester David, 90 
David Kinsley, 90 
Earl Henry, 90 
Elizabeth, 247 
Emma Louise, 91 
Ernest Norman, 91 
George Austin, 90 
George Austin Jr., 90 
Gladys, 90 
Henry Albert, 90 
Herbert Newton, 91 
Herbert Dwight, 90 
Herman Chester, 91 
Lora Marcia, 91 
Mabel, 90 
Madeline, 90 
Marjorie Belle, 90 
Mattie, 90 
Merton Kinsley, 90 
Mildred Louise, 90 
Milton Kinsley, 91 
Olive Jessie, 91 
Ralph David, 91 
Warren Dewey, 91 
Walter Irwin, 91 

Palmer, Abbie, 235 
James, 235 
Loretta, 235 
William, 158 

Panborn, Catherine, 160 

Parish, Asa, 48, 49 •• 
Daniel, 49 
Isaac, 49 
Jerusha, 49 
Joanna, 49 
John, 49 
Mindwell, 48 . 
Oliver, 49 
Ruth, 167 
William, 49 

Parker, Abigail A., 242 
Anne, 130 
Asa, 247 
Clara, 251 



•95 






Parker, Daniel, i6o 
Eliab, 1 80 
Frank, 93 
G. S., 203 
Hannah, 60 
John, 180 
Lemuel, 180 
Lillis, 180 
Lucy, 180 
Maria L., 243 
Mary, 180 
Richard, 180 
Sarah, 180 
Parkes, Asa, 247 
JuHa, 247 
Parmalee, Edward, 68 
Parsons, Harriet M., 117 

Orren, 254 
Pastor, Dolores, 113 
Paton, Almira C, 233 
Payne, Elizabeth, 247 

John B., 109 
Pease, Amos, 126 

Anne F., 118 
Dorothy A., 163 
George M., 163 
Isabelle, 126 
Lottie A., 118 
Mary L., 125 
. Mrs. Mary, 104 
Mercy, 92 
Martha M., 119 
William H., 118 
William M., 118 
Peck, Allen Francis, 184 
Celinda M., 236 
Daniel, 236 
Daniel E., 236 
Everett Jr., 236 
Flora Eloise, 184 
Francis, 184 
Hannah M., 236 
Helene, 184 
Linus, 136, 137 
Maria Corinne, 184 
Mary, 180 
Peet, Anne, 223 



Peet, Comfort, 49 

Fanny, 164 

Frank Starr, 223 

Frederick Fuller, 223 

Minerva, 237 

Nathan, 223 

Wm. Henry, 223 
Pel ton, Moses F., 104 
Pember, Mrs. Maria, loi 
Pemberton, Calvin, 152 
Percival, Bathsheba, 139 

Mary Ann, 138 

Nathaniel, 138 

Rowland, 148 

Thomas, 139 
Percy, Palmer, 240 
Perkins, Sarah, 195 
Perot, (Mrs.) Effinghana, 155 
Perry, , 191 

Phillip, 191 

Rebecca, 39, 75 
Peterson, Mary E., 219 

Reuben, 220 
Phelps, Albert, 194 

Charles, 194 

Chauncey B., 200 

Deborah, 142 

Dicey, 142 

Jared, 142 

John, 142 

Joshua, 142 

Lillian, 194 

Mary E., 253 

Martha, 143 

Nathan, 142 
Phillips, Sally, 108 
Phinney, Benjamin, 138 

Elizabeth, 138 

Luther W., 140 

Malatiah, 138 

Martha, 73 

Seth, 138 

Temperance, 40, 138 
Phipps, Aaron, 183 
Picket, Horace, 236 

Horace E., 236 
Lesle, 236 



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i 



296 

Picket, Justus, 236 

Ralph Fuller, 236 

Robert C, 236 
Pierce, Martin L., 86 

Mary D., 227 
Pike, Andrew, 209 

Claribel, 209 

Maude, 178 

Rachel, 209 

Virgil, 209 
Pinson, Hannah, 38 
Pitkin, Thomas, 55 

William, 228 

Playfoot, , 62 

Plumb, Fanny Pearl, 129 

Harriet, 129 

Philo, 129 
Pomeroy, Samuel, 99 
Pond, Munson, 233 
Poorman, James Hamblin, 210 
Porter, Edith Florence, 91 

Epaphroditus, 144 

Helen A., 144 

Henry E., 144 

Horace F., 144 

Martha, 141, 148 

Minerva, 146 
Potter, Tabitha, 116 
Powell, Jane, 131 
Powers, Albert G., 225 

Mary, 134 
Pratt, Anna Hamilton, 210 

Claudius B., 253 

Harriet A., 155 

Mary, 253 

Silas, 210 
Prentice, Jane D., 115 
Presbey, Mae Ethel, 98 
Priest, Digory, 24 

Sally, 64 
Prince, Charles, 106 

Martha, 40 
Prindle, Sarah, 49 
Punderson, Benjamin F., 102 

L. S., 102, 256 

Henry F., 102 

John, 102 



Punderson, Samuel F., 102 
Purple, David S., 202 
Putnam, Addie Belle, 91 
Alfred Stillman, 90 
Alice Eunice, 91 
Harry Flavins, 90 
Florence May, 90 
Thel-ia Marion, 91 
Robert Hills, 91 
Rufus Edwin, 91 

Quittefield, Richard, 36 

Rada, , 21 

Ralph, Martha A., 246 

Randall, B. W., 195 
Isaac H., 138 
James Dunham, 138 
Lizzie May, 138 
Richard, 187 

Rankin, Edward Everett, 114 
Edward Fuller, 114 
Edwin E., 114 
Helen Emily, 114 
Howard Mansfield, 1 14 

Ransom, Alice, 150 

Col. John, 150, 154 

Ray, Ada M., 202 

Charles A., 202 
Eber, 202 
Eugene M., 202 
Floribell, 202 
Henry A., 202 

Raymond, John, 229 

John Milton, 229 
Mira, 229 
William M., 126 

Record, N. Y., G. & B., 142 

Redfield, Elsie Mercein, 146 
Frances, 146 
Isabelle, 146 
Marion W., 146 
William C, 146 

Reed, Lena Adela, 213 
Olive, 74 
Ruth, 224 

Reeves, Lena, 195 
George, 195 

Raid, Clarence F., 160 



297 



Reid, Edwin Winthrop, i6o 

Louis F., 1 60 

Louis H., 159 

William Crawford, 160 

Reiger, Judson, 177 
Reynolds, Abram H., 208 

Benjamin, 166, 207, 208 

Celestia O., 121 

Clara, 208 

Charles Dennison, 207 

Chauncey Andrew, 208 

Edward Augustus, 32 

E., 121 

Elizabeth, 207 

Elijah W., 208 

Emily, 207 

Emily Elizabeth, 208 

Frances Lydia, 207 

George, 208 

George Murray, 207 

Hannah, 166, 208 

Joshua Fuller, 208 

Julia, 210 

Mary Clinton, 207 

Pauline Estelle, 129 

Rebecca, 32 

Ruth Cleveland, 130 

Sheldon, 208 

William Champion, 207 
Rhodes, Clinton Ruthven, 132 
Rice, Anna, 191 

Charles E., 165 

Esther M., no 

Henry M. Fuller, 166 

George W., no 

Grace L,, no 

Henry E., 100 

Huldah, 175 

Lee, 184 

Marion L,, no 

Mildred G., no 

Phillip Sanborn, 166 

Richard W., 102 

Rosena, 196 

Sylvanus, 175 

Sylvia A., 184 
Richards, Eber, 37 



Richards, Frederick B., 37 
Orson, 37 

Richardson, J. Q. A., 140 

Ricketts, Elijah G., 207 

F-ances Leigh, 208 
Jane Holberton, 208 
Robert Bruce, 207 
William Reynolds, 208 

Rider, Deacon, 254 

Ridgdale, John, 24 

Rivera, George J., 205 

Roath, Cynthia, 240 

Robb, Henry, 84 

James B., 84 
Julia, 84 

Robbins, Martha, 160 

Roberts, Kate L., 187 
Orrin, 181 



209 



Robins, Betsy, 64 
Robinson, Charles, 109 

Col., 82 

, 209 

(}ov., 66 

Harriet, 193 

J. M., 213 
Rock, Laura M., 147 
Rockbryne, Josephine, 177 
Rockwell, Mabel, no 
Rodman, John, 219 
Roe, John F., 159 

John Fuller, 159 
Rogers, Mercy, 69 

Nathaniel, 254 * 

Sarah, 162 

Thomas, 24 
Rood, Alice Maud, 83 

Alma L., 84 

Anna, 100 

Asahel, 83, 115 

Asahel Orleans, 83 

Asenath J., 83 

Clara L., 83 

Clarence Edwin, 83 

Charles Dexter, 83 

Elias, 100 

Ely, 83, ns 



298 



Rood, Erasmus D., S3 

Florence Asenath, 83 

Frederick K., 84 

Harriet I., 83 

Horace Edgar, 83 

Horace F., 83 

Jennie, 1 15 

Joshua Dexter, 83 

Lottie F., 84 

Lucy, 100 

Nettie M., 84 
Rooker, Thomas Newberry, 96 
Root, Joanna, 50, 248 
Rose, Alice D., 195 
Ross, Alexaniler, 252 

Christine Anne, 252 

, 193 

Jennie Clark, 171 
Rowe, Chloe ^L, 218 

William H., 202 
Rowland, Augustus Scribner, 81 

Daniel, 148 

David Hall, 33 

Ellen M., 81 

Harriet Hale, 81 

Ichabod, 148 

Jeremiah, 81 

Mary E., 81 

Mehitable, 148 

Thomas Chapman, 81 
Rowlee, Matthew, 136 
Rowley, Aaron, 75 

Abigail, 37 

Abijah, 37 

Ann, 75, 255 

Catherine, 44 

Content, 36 

Deborah, 36 

Desire, 37 

Duel, 150 

Ebenezer, 141 

Elizabeth, 37, 44 

Fluldah, 37 

John, 36 

Jonathan, 37 

Joseph, 36 

Judah, 37 



Rowley, Levi, 37 
Martha, 40 
^Lary, 40, 42, 43, 141 
Mrs. Mary, 45 
Martha, 148 

Matthew, 34 

Mehitable, 34, 67 

M indwell, 36 

Moses, 34, 36, 42, 67, 
141, 148 

Naomi, 42 

Capt. Nathan, 82 

Nathan, 37 

Patience, 36 

Prudence, 37 

Samuel, 37 

Sarah, 36 

Seth, 36 

Shubael, 44, 136 

Simeon, 37, 50 
^ Thomas, 37, 46 
Rudd, Elisha, 142 

Jesse, 142 

Ruth, 142 
Ruggles, Daniel, 209 

Henry Stoddard, 21 
Russell, Addie, 66 

Adoniram J., 186 

Charles S., 1 1 1 

George E., 66 

Lillian Marian, iii 

Minnie Alice, iii 
Rust, Anna Eliza, 83 

Fred Samuel, 84 

Genevieve Adelaide, 83 

Harriet Luella, 8^ 

Lottie Maria, 84 

Robert Ely, 83 

Robert H., 198 

Sarah, 198 
Ryatt, Jane, 32 
Sage, Lucy, 79 

Salisbury, Nellie Ann (Good- 
speed), 216 
Sampson, Emma, 195 
Sargent, Cynthia A., 89 
Sanderson, Charles A., 94 



299 



i/ 



Sanderson, Daisy Dorr, 167 

Horace, 94 

Lucius H., 94 

Luella J., 94 

Robert H., 238 

William F., 94 
Satterly, Mary Ann, 242 
Saunders, Edmund H., 202 

Grace Eugene, 202 

Henry, 121 

Henry R., 121 

Mary Maria, 202 

Samuel K., 202 

William Ostrander, 202 
Savage, Edward, 234 
Sawyer, Nathan, 42 

Charles L., 110 

Cyrus E., no 

Doldie, no 

Elsie, no 

Elvira C, no 

Emma L., no 

Grace, no 

James, no 

Lizzie L., no 

Loren E., no 

Lottie L., no 

Marion F., no 

Mary, no 

Maud E., no 

Rufus C, no 

Rufus E., no 

Ruth, 179 

Samuel H., no 

Samuel R., 1 10 
Schwartz, Lottie, 93 
Scott, Irene W., 194 

Margaret, 147 
Scovil, Emily, 80 
Scribner, Caroline S., 82 

Harriet, 82 

Harvey A., 82 

Dr. Wm. A., 82 

Secunke, , 28 

Sedgwick, Gen., 240 

Olive C, 240 
Selden, Cephas, 45 



Selden, Edward, 45 

Joseph, 45».i56, i57 

Julia Lavinia, 157 

Silence, 45 
Selleg, D. N., 241 
Seward, Mary, 249 
Sexton, David, 153 
Seymour, Allen L., 99 
Shailer, Asa, 201 
Shaw, Betsy, 95 ^ 

Emma E., 147 

Grace, 177 

Freeman O., 147 

James, 180 

Maude E., 147 
Sheldon, Martin, 152 
Shepard, Bessie Garfield, 103 

Chester, 103 

Chester Burdelle, 103 

Lucy Lillian, 103 

James Burdelle, 103 

Mary A., 87 

Margaret Elizabeth, 120 

Ray Lawrence, 103 

Walter Llewellyn, 103 
Shepardson, Arthur D., 117 

Paul Arthur, 117 
Sherman, Chester B., 253 

Cora, 253 

Daniel, 239 

Frederick, 253 

Ida, 253 

Martha, 253 
Shields, James, 82 
Shillaber, Anne, 128 
Shortman, Phebe, 175 
Shipman, Israel, 201 
Shipley, Morris, 166 

Phebe Ann, 166 

Susan M., 166 
Sikes, Sarah, 220 
Silliman, Alfred, 152 

Benjamin, 152 

Eliphalet, 152 

Eliza, 152 

Henry, 152 

Horace, 152 



300 



// 



Silliman, Huntington, 152 
Jared, 152 
Joseph, 152 
Julia, 152 
Laura, 152 
Mason, 152 
Olive, 79 
Sarah, 152 
Statira, 152 
Sophronia, 152 
Thomas, 152 
William, 152 
Simcoe, Carolyn Louise, 135 
Simonson, Clifford F., 112 

William R., 112 
Slade, Elizabeth, 64 

Slater, , 109 

Josie, 135 
Skiff, Abigail, 221 

Deliverance, 48, 221 
Edward, 240 
Elijah, 221, 222 
Harmon, 222 
Harriet, 221 
Heman, 221 
Jeremiah, 221 
Joseph, 222 
Julia, 223 
Julius, 221 
Luther, 221 
Moses, 221 
Nathan, 221, 222 
Prudence, 223 
Samuel, 223 
Stephen, 221 
Thankful, 221 
Zachariah, 221 
Skillenger, Emeline, 201 

, 192 

Skinner, Dorothy, 40 
Elizabeth, 39 
John, 40 
Joseph, 39 
Nathaniel, 39, 50 
William, 40 
Small, Joseph Hale, 129 
Smith, Alfred, 85 



Smith, Alice, 230 
Anna, 46 
Charles F., 85 
Charles O., 75 
Cyrus, 222 
Edith Iva, 68 
Elizabeth, 70 
Frederick, 173 
George K., loi 
Hannah, 200 
Jane Holberton, 207 
John, 41, 46, 207 
John Cotton, 50 
Jonathan, 63 
Joseph, 46, 151, 199 
Lydia, 46, 87 
Margaret B., 240 
Mary, 46 
Mary C, 65 
Mathew, 87, 200 
Mercy, 63 
Minnie, 133 
Rachel, 46 
Reliance, 46, 151 
Sally, 63, 100 
Samuel E., 88 
Tamar, 84 
Thankful, 153 
William Volney, 113 
Smythe, James W., 224 
Snyder, George, 215 
Soper, Hannah, 193 
Soule, George, 24 
Spaldinge, James, 11, 15, 17 

Spangle, , 240 

Spence, Mary, 237 
Spencer, Capt. David B., 149 
David Brainard, 149 
Grace, 47 
Huldah, 149 
Jerusha, 149 
Joel, 79 
Mary, 149 
Mary (Mrs.), i49 
Mathias, 48 
Micajah, 199 
Oliver Fuller, 149 



30I 



V 



Spencer, Rebecca, 199 
Sparry, Ellen S., 66 

Harmon, 66 

Sarah A., 66 
Spoon, George, 127 

Harriet, 127 
Spooner, Charles, 93 
Sprague, Beth, 237 

James W., 131 

Sarah, 237 

WiUa-rd B., 237 

, 131 

Spurgeon, Augusta, 225 
John F., 225 

Robert T., 225 
Samuel, 225 
St. John, Amelia, 159 
Stafford, Elizabeth, 66 
"^Standish, Capt. Miles, 24^ " 

Miles, 24 — __^ 

Staples, Elizabeth, 77 
Starkie, Henry, 84 

Olivia M., 84 
Starr, Capt.' Daniel, 169 

Joseph J., 81 

Thomas, 169 
Stebbins, Ferocia, 182 

Minerva, 184 
Steele, Emmaline, 243 

George L., 243 

George F., 243 

Lemyra, 243 

Leona Avis, 243 

Mary A., 243 

Stella C, 243 

Winnifred, 243 
Sterling, Adaline, 253 
Stetson, Albert W., 196 

Briggs, 175 

Sophronia E., 90 
Steuart, Archibald Foster, 32 

Archibald Foster Jr., 32 

Anna Louisa, 32 

Edward Reynolds, 32 

George Ranyon, 32 

Juliet, 32 

Mary Catherine, 32 



Steuart, Mary Reynolds, 32 
Margaret Foster, 32 
Stevens, Charles A., 252, 253 
Charles Butler, 253 
Charlotte A., 253 
Emily M., 253 
Estelle, 253 
Helen Louise, 253 
Julius D., 253 
Samuel H., 253 
Walter Phelps, 253 
Stiles, Martha J., 198 
Mary ^L, 197 
William, 198 
Stockwell, L. Louise, 90 
Stone, Cressy, 245 
Dolly, 234 
Ellen, no 
E. E., 245 
Elmer E., 245 
Ezra, 222 
Janetta S., 154 
Jerusha, 223 
Russell, 223 
Story, Alice, 32 

Rufus, 32 
Stoughton, Sarah, loi 
Stover, Mrs. Clara ^L, 170 
Stowers, Frederick G., 1 1 1 
Marion Fuller, m 

Stranahan, , 156 

Kate, 152 
Stratton, Joseph Dwight, 102 

William Fuller, 102 
Streeter, Sarah, 177 
Strong, Anna, 39 

Benjamin, 39, 86 
Caleb, 39 
Content, 39 
Emor>' F., 101 
Hannah, 39 
Jemima, 39 
Job, 55 
Jonathan, 55 
Joshua, 39 
Josiah, 39 
Keziah, 99 



h 



302 



Strong, Lydia, 217 
Martha, 172 
Mary, 39 
Patience, 39 
Sarah Percival, 239 
Theodore, 86 
Mrs. , 127 

Stroup, Minnie P., 183 

Stuart, David M., 213 

Sturtevant, B. F., 194 

Sullivan, Atherton, 251 
Arthur, 251 
Elizabeth D., 252 
Frederick M., 251 
George Lincoln, 251 
Gertrude Mary, 252 
Grace E., 251 
Harriet E., 251 
Henry Howard, 252 
Herbert I)., 251 
John Howard, 252 
Josephine Smith, 251 
Julia Augusta, 252 
Julius Hov.-ard, 251 
Julius Lucius, 251 
Martha Whittlesey, 252 
Mary T., 251 
Minnie A., 251 
Rebecca Smith, 251 
Sarah Elizabeth, 251 
Stephen, 251 
Thomas, 250 
Thomas Valentine, 79, 

250,251 
William Dunning, 251 
Sutton, John, 20 
Swjln, Elizabeth, 115 

Mary, 237 
Sweet, Donald, 185 
H. M., 1S5 
Minnie, 185 
Swift, Abram, 230 
Frank, 230 
Frederick, 230 
Jason, 230 
John Hepson, 229 
Laura, 230 



Swift, Sarah, 49 

Rhoda, 230 
Swing, Nora M., 220 
Symonds, Col., 190 
Tabor, Charles A., 83 

Charles Stuart, 83 

Harriet Rood, 83 
Taft, Mary, 183 

Sarah, 74 
Tait, George Lockie, 238 

Sterling, 238 
Talcott,J., 55 
Tallman, Abigail, 174 

Capt. Thomas, 174 

Eleazer, 174 

Emily, 174 

Thomas, 174 

Walter, 174 
Tarbox, Henry, 244 

Julia, 244 
Taylor, Anne, 72 

Charles M., 93 

Clinton, 93 

Daniel, 57 

Delia, 93 

Elizabeth, 29, 30 

Elizabeth A., 117 

Harriet D., 102 

Hiram, 174, 175, 190 

Isaac, 102, 150 

Joanna, 57 

John, 34 

Joseph, 33 

Josiah, 150 

Lois, 143 

Martha, 57 

Sarah, 102, 150 

Susannah, 174 

Violette, 143 

Wilson, 150 
Tennant, Lucy, 159 
Tenney, David, 100 

David E., 100 

Ella, 100 

Ellen, 100 

Lewis M., 100 

Moody, 100 



i^ 



303 



Terry, Clara B., 134 

Thichner, Hannah, 60 

Thacher, John, 31 

Thatcher, Helen M., 177 
Sedate, 177 

Thomas, Ezekiel B., 87 
Helen M., 114 

Thomson, Barbara C, 198 
Isabel G., 198 
James, 198 

Thompson, Andrew, 155 

Catherine, 170, 208 
Elizabeth D., 154 
Frances E., 246 
Karl Fuller, 246 
Sarah, 251 

Thorp, Harriet J., 165 

Thrall, Anna, 151 

Ticknor, Lucretia, 224 

Tiffany, Charles, 91 
Clara, 91 
Ellen, 91 
John, 91 

Tilley, Edward, 24 
John, 24 

Tinker, Andrew J., 227 

Claudia Elizabeth, 227 
Harriet L., 227 
Thomas, 24 

Tipton, Jemima Elizabeth, 64 
William, 64 

Tobey, Caroline S., 225 
Frances J., 225 
S. D., 225 , 

Tomlin, Shelden, 201 

Torpy, , 62 

Tony, Adaline Northrop, 154 
Caroline Nichols, 154 
Edwin Fuller, 154 
Ellen Caroline, 154 
Frances Rebecca, 155 
Henry Fuller, 154 
John, 154, 155 
Robert Nelson, 154 
Thomas Fuller, 155 
Towne, Ethel M., 178 
Leonard, 178 



Towne, Mary Alyce, 247 
Tracy, Mary E., 226 
Trafton, Ida M., 141 
Trask, John T,, 141 
Trevitt, Anne Hortense, 220 
Trew, Frank S., 184 

Minnie Sua, 184 
Tricknor, Hannah, 60 
Trim, Mary, 89 
Trucks, William, 208 

True, , 240 

Trumbull, Ella, 100 

Jonathan, 228, 229 

Louisa, 237, 238 

Trusdall, , 209 

Tucker, Sarah, 140 

Sarah Isabelle, 227 

Simeon D., 227 
Tupper, Arthur, 230 

Charles, 230 

Clarence, 230 

Cornelia, 230 

Esbon C, 230 

Esbon Fuller, 230 

Esbond, 229 

Frank, 230 

Frederick, 230 

George, 230 

Gideon, 231 

Grace, 230 

Harold, 230 

James, 230 

Jenny, 133 

Latimer, 230 

Leslie, 230 

Lester, 230 

Lura, 230 

Martin, 230 

Roy, 230 

Ruth, 230 

Stanley, 230 

Stillman, 230 
Turner, Elizabeth, 158 

John, 24 

Mary Elizabeth, 146 
Tyler, Gideon, 50 
Tyson, Edward E., 214 



304 



Upton, Lillian, 233 
Utley, Lovinia, 182 
Vanatta, Susan Calvern, 227 
Vanderwarker, Elizabeth, 195 
Van Dolfsen, 254 
Van Fleet, Isaac, 201 
Van Wagenin, Grace, 172 
Varsall, William, 27 
Vedder, Gertrude, 243 
Verity, John, 251 

Alice, 251 
Vinton, Sarah J., loi 

William H., loi 
Wadsworth, Samuel, 231 

Susan, 70 
Wait, Mary Franklin, 32 
Waite, Emily J., 179 
Wakefield, Horace, 156 
Wales, Thomas, 20 
Walker, Betsy, 239 

Carrie, 100 

Crawford H., 132 

Elizabeth S., 216 

Gilbert Fuller, 132 

Harry W., 220 

Henry, 132 

Phillip, 220 

Wm. Warren, 132 
Wallace, Hugh, 122 
Walter, Gustave, 112 
Ward, P2sther, 46 
Wardwell, Henry A., 126 
Warner, Daniel, 93 

Mary Shaw, 95 
Warren, Cora, 93 

Edward, 93 

James, 50 

Jemima, 50 

John, 50 

Julia, 93 

Laura, 93 

Lois, 50 

Mary E., 164 

Nathaniel, 50 

Nehemiah, 50 
Porter, 93 
Richard, 24 



Warren, Rachel, 50 

Simeon, 50 
Waterman, Isaac, 82 

Rebecca, 82 
Watrous, Elihu, 143 
Watson, Mary Newell, 145 
Watts, Emma, 163 
Webb, Amanda, 65 

Mary C, 148 

Mary Elizabeth, 65 

Milo, 65 
Webster, Daniel, 88 

Jennie, 116 

Marietta Eunice, 114 
Weeks, Mercy, 75 
Welch, Cora V., in 

Frederick H., 1 1 1 

Helen Louise, in 

H. A., Ill 
Weld, Rev. Halijah, 80 

Hannah, 80 
Welles, Philinda, 170 
Wentworth, Helen, 178 

Maria, 172 
Westcott, Edith, 64 

Everett Fuller, 64 

Stephen E., 64 
Westerfield, Carrie, 128 
Weston, Catherine, 104 

Martin, 104 
Wetherell, Louise, 164 
Wheeler, Alonzo, 152 

Clifton N., 106 

Franklin A., 106 

George M., 106 

Minerva, 239 

Ruth E., 106 

Sarah, 209 

, 230 

Wheelock, Arthur, 117 
Whipple, Mary, 73 
Whitcomb, Cecil Ingersoll, 124 

Myrtle Blanche, 124 
White, A. Exum, 212 

Emma Elizabeth, 171 
Horace, 153 

John, 136 



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White, Ivy, 69 

Madeline, 252 

Resolved, 27 

Samuel, 252 

Sophia, 65 

William, 24 ^ 
Whitraer, Joseph, 251 
Whitmore, Lucy, 80 
Whitney, Artemas A., 115 

William H., IIS 
Whittlesey, Beulah (Fuller), 250 

Mrs. Clarissa Ward, 154 

Rev. Chauncey, 79 

Martha, 79, 250 

Newton, 79 
Wicks, Ann, 217 

Anne, 69 
Wildes, A. E., 103 
Willard, Amelia S., 119 

Stephen, 119 X 
Willey, Ambrose, 180 

Ann, 181 

Ansel, 180 

Benajah, 181 

Calvin, 180 

Candace, 181 

Clarissa, 180 

Elizabeth, 190 

George Warren, 181 

Harriet, 157 

Lemuel, 180 

Lydia, iSi 

Rachel Dutton, 181 

Richardson, 180 

Susannah, 181 
Williams, Cora Belle, 90 

Daniel, 105, 152 

Elizabeth M., 173 

Elizabeth Margery, 173 

Elsie, 152 

Frederick R., 251 

Hannah, 33 

Harriet S., 105 

Isaac, 78, 173 

Jehiel Fuller, 152 

John, 33, 152 

Jonathan, 157 



Williams, Joseph, 33 

Lucy (Fuller), 78 

Martin, 242 

Mary, 29, 30, 33, 152 

Mary A., 234 

Mrs. Mary, 33 

Reliance, 152 

Sarah, n 

Thomas, 24 
Wills, Leonard, 235 

Lillian, 235 
Wilson, Anna, 194 

Daniel, 193 

Daniel B., 193 

Estus, 194 

Ira, 193 

Laura M., 89 

Philanda, 156 

Rachel, 154 

Samantha, 196 
Willson, Mary, 230 
Winchester, Stephen, 59 
Winslow, Ambrose F., 212 

Arthur, 212 

Edward, 24, 25 

Emcline, 212 

(iilbert, 24, 25 

Myra, 212 

William A., 212 

W. W., 212 
Winston, Lucy, 161 

John, 161 
Winter, Betsey, 209 

John, 207 
Wolcott, Maverette Irene, 183 

Roscoe L., 183 

Theodore S., 1S3 
Wood, Charles, 1 1 o 

Joanna AL, 1 19 
Woodcock, Irene, 245 
Woodhouse, Carrie E., 205 
Woodruff, Nancy, 255 

Timothy, 254 
Woodward, Alfred, 218 

Alice J., 218 

Jane E., 218 
Woolcott, Helen C, 186 



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Worthinyton, George, 200 
Joseph Lovett, 208 
Josei>h L., 21 1 
Nancy, 21 1 
Sarah, 211 

Wright, Caroline, 98 
Charles J., 243 
Charles Rolla, 243 
Ellen Bigelow, 252 
Elsie Lemyra, 243 
Elvira, 106 
Fransig, 1 18 
Freelove, 210 
Jane, 239 
Jesse, 40 
Lucy, 152 



Marshall P., 108 

Sally, 231 

Sarah, 239 

Vernon Fuller, 243 
Wylie, Sarah. 235 
Wyllys, George, 228, 229 
Yerger, Mary, 219 
Young, Benjamin F., S^ 

Charles L., 52 

Doris Franklin, 83 

Elizabeth, 38 

George, 38 

losie, 1 10 
/ Patience, 34, 38, 50 
Zorn, Constance Emily, 37 



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