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GENEALOGY 



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DR. SAMUEL FULLER 



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DEDICATED AUGUST 5, 1910. 



SOME FULLER GENEALOGISTS. 




THL LATE NE/.TOiJ FULLtR. 
MCMER VV. bRAl\ARD. FREDERICK A. FULLER. 

.MLLIAM HYSLOP FULLER. 



BOOKS 

COMPILED. PUBUSHED AND FOR SALE BY 
WILLIAM H. FULLER. 23 SCHOOL ST.. PALMER. MASS. 



Genealogy of Some Descendants of Edward Fuller of the Mayflower. 

1 volume, 8 vo., dolh. 23 illustrations, 306 pp. 

Price, postpaid, $5.00. 

Genealogy of Some Descendants of Dr. Samuel Fuller of the May- 
flower, with Supplement to the Edward Fuller volume. 
1 volume, 8 vo., cloth, 31 illustrations, 263 pp. 
Price, $5.00, postpaid. 



CONTENTS. 



Compiler's rublic.ilion, 

Table of Contents, 

Preface, 

Illustrations, 

Abbreviations, 

Explanations, 

Cenealogy, 

Will of Dr. Samuel Fuller, 

Second Cieneration, 

Settlement of Rev. Samuel Fuller's Estate, 

Third (feneration, .... 

I'.xplanation of Group Arrangement, 

First Croup, 

Secontl Group, 

'Ihird Group, 

Fourth Group, 

Fifth Group, 

Sixth Grouj), 

Seventh Grouj), 

Eighth (iroup, . 

Ninth Grouji, 

Tenth Group, 

Eleventh Group, 

'iwelfth Group, 

Thirteenth Group, 

Fourteenth Group, 

Appendix, 

Index to Fullers — Dr. 

Index to "Others," 

Supplement to Edward Fuller Genealogy, 

Preface to Sui)i>lement, 

Index to Supplement — Fullers, 

Index to Supplement — "Others," 



Samuel's Descendants, 



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PREFACE. 

Nearly nine generations of Dr. Samuel Fuller's descendants 
have passed away without any collection of their genealogical records 
having been made. Meanwhile old records have been fading, 
wearing out, being lost, neglected and burned, as for example, the 
list of towns whose documents have been destroyed by fire is quite 
( extensive. 

[ While making a search for the records of descendants of Edward 

i Fuller of the Mayflower, a brother of Dr. Samuel, and since pub- 

^ lishing (in 1908) the material obtained, I have been collecting 

information concerning this, another of the the ancestral American 

Fuller families, and herewith present the results thus far obtained. 

Records of this kind will always be incomplete, and in this case it 
is my judgment that it is time, and the safest and most advisable 
course, to publish what 1 have already obtained rather than await 
the slow and uncertain process of accumulation of some of the data 
which will be found wanting. 

In regard to the term " Ancestral Fuller families," it has seemed 
quite appropriate to speak of those American families as ancestral, 
whose emigrant ancestor settled in America prior to 1650. 

These heads of families so far as I know were ten in number : 
Edward Fuller, born in 1575, came to America in 1620. 
Dr. Samuel, born in 1580, came to America in 1620. • 
John of Lynn, born in ?, came to America in 1630. 
John of Newton, born in 161 1, came to America in 1635. 
John of Ipswich, born in 1620, came to America in 1635. 
Thomas of Woburn) born in ?, came to .America in 163S. 
Robert of Salem, .born in ?, came to America in 163S. 
Robert of Dorchester, born in ?, came to America in 1640. 
Captain Matthew, born in ?, came to America in 1640. 
Thomas of Dedham, lx)rn in '?^'came to .Xraerica in 1642. 
In this volume the extension of data concerning those descend- 
ants not bearing the name of Fuller, has been more restricted than 
in the first volume, in order to keep the cost of the work within the 
bounds suggested by previous experience. Beyond the names and 
dates of birth of children of Fuller daughters, who have married 



6 PREFACE. 

those having other names than Fuller, genealogical details have 
generally been left to the genealogist of the allied family. 

The compiler has been especially aided in the records of the 
earlier generations by the work of the late Newton Fuller of New 
London, Ct. ; by the MSS. of Prof. H. VV. Brainard of Hartford, Ct. ; 
and by material furn'shed by F. A. Fuller of Buffalo, N. Y. and 
Charles M. Thatcher of Middleboro, Mass., all of whom are 
experienced genealogists. 

Among correspondents, I have been favored by having many who 
were particularly interested in the work, as Mrs. L. A. Cobb, No. 
148 of Tst Croup; Mr. W. F. Fuller, No. 255 of 5th Group; the 
late Charles Richardson Smith, husband of Mrs. Nellie (Fuller) 
Smith, No. 319 of 5th Group; Miss Sarah M. Fuller, No. 143 of 
5th (}roup ; Mr. E. L. Philoon, descendant of No. 117 of 5th 
Group; Miss Mabel A., No. 226, and Mr. Linus E. Fuller, No. 116 
of 1 2th (irou]), and Mrs. Anna (Fuller) Bennett, No. 69 of the 13th 
Group ; and there are many others to whom thanks are due not only 
from the comjjiler, but also from the descendants. 

Acknowledgements are also due to "The Mayflower Descendant" 
Magazine, the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, 
and the authors of numerous family genealogies for information 
taken from their pages. 

Since it has seemed a most appropriate place, I have added to 
this volume a supplement containing additional information 
concerning the descendants of Edward Fuller of the Mayflower, 
and corrections of errors in Volume 1 that have been brought to my 
notice. 

These two volumes constitute what may be considered the 
" Mayflower Fuller Genealogy," and by Mayflower Fullers I mean 
those who came to America in 1620 on the ship Mayflower, and 
their descendants. 

In conclusion I desire to thank the printers, C. B. Fiske & 
Company, of Palmer, Mass., for their care and attention; the 
photo-engravers, especially Mr. McKinnon, of James B. McKinnon 
& Co., of Springfield, Mass., for his personal interest in the making 
of half-tone portraits, and the binder, Mr. W. J. Eldred of Spring- 
field, for neat and substantial work on these volumes. 

Wm. H. Fuller. 

Palmer, July, 1910. 



ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Frontispiece. Some Fuller Genealogists, . 
Redenhall Parish Church, Norfolk Co., England, 
Redcnhall Parish Church, interior, 
The Jf uller Cradle, now in Pilgrim Hall, Plymouth 
Edward Hersey Fuller, 
Everett L. Philoon, 
Isaac Fuller, 

Mrs. Abigail (Sutton) Fuller, 

Mrs. Clara C. (Fuller) Fryer, 

iss Ella Augusta Fryer, \ 

c Fuller, 

rge Henry Fuller, 
• Afard Newton Fuller, 
'"r. nk Fuller, 
H <mer Taylor Fuller, 
Mrs. Mary Eliza (Fuller) Alexander, 
John Knowles Alexander, 
Welcome F. Fuller, 
Clinton Everett Fuller, 
Henry Jones Fuller, 
Edward I^ton Fuller, 
Frederick E. Fuller, 
George A. Fuller, 

Thomas Royce Fuller and Harriet M 
Charles Hiram Fuller, 
Judge William Eddy Fuller, 
Miss Susie A. Fuller and Elmer I-^llsworth Fuller, 
Capt. Simeon Fuller, 
Russell Fuller, 
John Woodward Fuller, 
Simeon Russell Fuller, 



(Goodrich) Fuller, 



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ABBREVIATIONS. 

b., born ; bapt., baptized. 

{]., died. 

G. S., Gravestone record. 

m., married. 

Int. Pub., marriage intentions published. 

? not sure of name or date. 
In some cases the initials " H. W. B.", " F. A. F.", "N. F.", 
"C. M. T." and " L. E. F." have been used to indicate information 
obtained from H. W. Brainard, F. A. Fuller, Newton Fuller, Charles 
M. Thatcher, and Linus E. Fuller. 



EXPLANATIONS. 

In the arrangement of the genealos^'ical record, each descendant 
bearing the surname Fuller has an individual number and also a 
family number. 

The sign $ placed before the family number of a son indicates 
that his family record is given further on, in his group and 
generation, placed in order of seniority by his individual number. 

In the case of daughters, it has been the intention to give 
immediately after their individual and family number and names, 
their individual genealogical record, and in case of marriage the 
date of the same, with name of husband, and if there are children 
their names and date and place of birth, their further genealogical 
record being generally left to the genealogist of the allied family. 
The explanation of the change from the record by generations to 
record by group and generation is given on page 22. 



AMERICAN FULLER GENEALOGY. 



DR. SAMUEL FULLER LINE. 

Samuel' Fuller, born in England ; baptized there Jan. 29, 1580; 

d. 1633 in Plymouth, Mass.; m. i, Alice Glascock; ro. 2, 

April 24, 1613, Agnes Carpenter, who died 1615 in Leyden, 

Holland ; m. 3, May 27, 1617, Bridget Lee. 

Samuel ' Fuller was one of the band of Pilgrims, persecuted on 
account of religious convictions, who escaped from England to 
Holland in 1608, and settled in Leyden, Holland, in 1609. 

In the results of Mr. Dexter's researches among the records of 

' Holland, published in a volume entitled "The England and Holland 

of the Pilgrims," Samuel' Fuller is mentioned as a witness Oct. 7, 

161 1, to the betrothal of Degory Priest, and to that of William 

White Jan. 27, 1612. 

As the widower of Alice Glascock, it is recorded'he was betrothed 
to Agnes Carpenter March 15, 1613, and the witnesses were her 
father, Alexander Carpenter, Edward Southworth, William White, 
Roger Nelson, her sister, Alice Carpenter, and his sister, Anna or 
Susanna (Fuller) White. 

Samuel' Fuller was also a witness May 7, 1613, to the betrothal 
of his sister-in-law, .^lice Carpenter, to Edward Southworth, and 
that of Samuel Terry M^y 16, 16 14. He buried his child June 29, 
16 1 5, and his wife Agnes July 3, 16 15. Later he lived in Pieters- 
kerkhof and was a witness Aug. 7, 1615, to the betrothal of Samuel 
Butler, and that of Edmond Jessup Sept. 16, 1615. He was 
-betrothed to Bridget Lee, May 12, 1617, and as witnesses there 
were her mother, Josephine Lee, and her brother, Samuel Lee. 

They took up their residence near Marepoort, and Samuel ' Fuller 
witnessed the betrothal of John Goodman Sept. 16, 1619. He 



lO DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

joined with Isaac Allerton, Mr, Bradford and Mr. Winslow June lo, 
1620, in a letter concerning the affairs of the Pilgrims, to their 
associates, Mr. Carver and Mr. Cushman, then in England. 

The Pilgrims left Holland for America about Aug. i, 1620, byway 
of Southampton, England, and Samuel ' Fuller's name appears as 
one of the signers of the " Compact " drawn up for the government 
of the Colony at Cape Cod, in November, 1620, in the vicinity of 
what is now Provincetown, Mass. Some days later the Pilgrims 
made a permanent landing and settled at what is now Plymouth, 
Mass. 

Bridget (Lee) Fuller, third wife of Samuel' Fuller, came to 
America in 1623 on the ship Anne. The date and place of her 
death are not now known. 

Anna, or Susanna (Fuller) White, sister of Samuel' Fuller, came 
to America with the Pilgrims in 1620. She died in 1680. She 
married for her first husband William White in Holland, who died 
at Plymouth, March 3, 1621. She married second, Edward Winslow, 
who became the third governor of the Colony. It was also his 
second marriage. He died in 1655. By her first husband she had 
Peregrine White, born on the Mayflower between Dec. 7 and 10, 
1620, and Resolved White. It is stated that she had several 
children by her second husband. 

Alexander Cari)enter, father of Samuel ' Fuller's second wife, was 
from Wrington in Somerset, England, and had five daughters, Agnes, 
Alice, Juliana, Priscilla and Mary. The last four came to America. 
Alice married first Edward Southworth ; second, William Bradford. 
Juliana married George Morton. Priscilla married William Wrighi.. 
Mary remained single. 

It has been said that Samuel' Fuller was also from Wrington, but 
from the researches of Mr. Francis H. Fuller in England, it appears 
he was baptized in Redenhall Parish in Harleston, Norfolk County, 
England, as a son of Robert Fuller. For extracts from the earliest 
records of the Redenhall Parish Church, reference is made to the 
55th volume of the New England Historical and Genealogical 
Register. For a copy of the will of Robert Fuller, father of Samuel ' 
Fuller, see the volume on "Some Descendants of Edward Fuller of 
the Mayflower," published by the compiler of this volume in 
September, 1908. 

Samuel' Fuller was a physician, and the biographical sketches 1 




Redenhall Parish Church, Interior. 




Redenhall Parish Church, Interior. 



nRST GENERATION. II 

published mention him as eminent in his profession, devoutly pious, 
and wise in counsel in the affairs of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. 
His will, a copy of which is printed herewith, indicates that he vras 
just, kind hearted and benevolent. 
His children were : 

I. A child that died in Holland. 

2. n. A child born in Holland that died young hi 

Plymouth, Mass. 

3. HI. SamueP, born about 1625 ; m. Elizabeth Brewster. 

4. IV. Mary', b. ; m. Ralph James. 

Will of Dr. Samuel Fuller. 

The first will entered in the first volume of Plymouth Colony 
Wills and Inventories is that of Dr. Samuel Fuller. 
New Plymouth 

A true Coppy of the last will and Testm of Samuel ffuller the elder as it 
was proved in publick Court the 28th of Oct in the ninth yeare of the raigne 
of our boveraign Lord Charles by the grace of God King of Engl. Scott, ffr. 
& Irel. Defender of the ffaith &c 

I Samuel ffuller the elder being sick & weake but by the mercie of God in 
perfect memory ordaine this my last will & Testmt. And first of a.11 1 
bequeath my soule to God & my body to the earth untill the resureccon 
Item I doe bequeath the educacon of my children to my Brother Will Wright 
& his wife, onely that my daughter Mercy be & remaine w'^goodwife Wallen 
so long as she will keepe her at a reasonable charge. But if it shall please 
God to recover my wife out of her weake estate of sickness then my children 
to be w'h her or disposed by her. Also whereas there is a childe comitted to 
my charge called Sarah Converse, my wife dying as afore I desire my Brother 
Wright may have the bringing up of her. And if he refuse then I comend 
her to my loving Neighbour & brother in Christ Thomas Prence desiring that 
whosoever of them receive her pforme the duty of a step ffather unto her 
& bring her up in the ffear of God as their owne, wch was a charge laid upon 
me pr her sick ffather when he freely bestowed her upon me & wch I require 
of them. Item whereas Eliz. Cowles was comitted to my educacon by her 
ffather & Mother still living at Charles Towne, my will is that she be 
conveniently apprelled & retume to her ffather or mother or either of them. 
And for George ffoster being placed w'*^ me upon the same termes by his 
prents still living at Sago's (Lynn) my will is that he be restored to his Mother 
like wise. 

Item I give to Samuell my son my howse & lands at the Smeltriver to him 
& his heires for ever. Item (worn) will is that my Howse & garden at towne 
be sold & all my moveables there & at the Smeltriver (except mj Cattle) 



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I 2 DESCF.NDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

togeathcr \v<l> the priu Cropiie of Cornc tliere standing by my Overseers heer- 
after to 1)0 nienconetl, except such as they sliall thinke meet in the pmt 
ediicacon of my two cluklren Samiiell & Merry my debts being first pd out of 
them, tlie oveqihis to be disposed of towards the encrease of my stock of 
Cattle for their good at the discretion of my overseers. Item I give two 
Acres of land tliat fell unto me by lott on the Sow*'' side the Towne adjoyn- 
inp to the Acres of m' Isaack Allerton to Samuell my son. Also two other 
Acres of land w^h were given me by lulwaid ISircher scilnate & being at 
Strawberry hill if nu Roger Williams refuse to accept of them as formerly he 
hath done. Also one oilier .\cre by mr Heeks his Acres neer the Reed pond. 
All w^^l' I give to the said Samuell and his heires forever. • It. my will is that 
my Cozen Samuell goe freely away w''' his Stock of Cattle & Swine w'l'out 
any further recconing which swine are the halfe of six sowes Six Hogges 
one boare & fowr shotes Also one Cow & one heyfer." Item my will is that 
not onely the other halfe afore menconed but also all other mine owne propr 
stock of Swine be sold w'h other my moveables for the use before expressed 
except my best hogg wtb I would have killed this winter for the pmt comfort 
of my children. It. whereas I have disposed of my children to my brother 
Will. Wright & Trisilla his wife my will is that in case my wife die he enter 
upon my howse & land at the Smelt River & also my Cattle not disposed on 
together w^'' my two serv's Thomas Symons & Robt. Cowles for the Remain- 
der of their several termes to be employed for the good of my children he 
being allowed for their charg vizt. my childrens what my Overseers shall 
thinke meet. But if in case my said brother Will Wright or Prisilla his wife 
die then my said Children Samuell <S: Mercy together w'li the said joynt charge 
committed to the said Will & I'risilla be void except my Overseers {2) or the 
survivor of them shall think meet. To whos (worn) godly care in such case I 
leave them to be disposed of else where as the Law shall direct them. My 
cattle not disposed on o to be employed for the good of my children I meane 
three Cowes & two steere calves Six old ewes & two ewe lambs two old 
wethers & three wether lambs together wi'h such oveqjlus upon the sale of 
my goods before expressed as my Overseers shall adde heerunto. It. 1 give 
out of this stock of Cattle the first Cow calfe that my Browne Cow shall have 
to the Church of God at I'lymouth to be employed by the Deacon or Deacons 
of the said Church for the good of the said Church at th* oversight of the 
ruling Elders. Item I give to my sister Alice Bradford twelve shillings to 
buy her a paire of gloves. Item whatsoever is due unto me from Capt 
Standish I give unto his children. It. that a pr. of gloves of 5sh be 
bestowed on mr Joh. Wynthrop Govr of the Massachusetts. It. I give unto 
my brother Wright aforesaid one cloath suit not yet fully finished lying in my 
trunk at Towne wth I give notw standing my wife survive. It. whereas 
Capt John Endecott oweth me two pownds of Beaver I give it to his sonne. 
It. my will is that when my children come to age of discretion that my Over- 
seers make a full valuacon of that stock of Cattle & the increase thereof, & 
that it be equally devided between my children. And if any die in the meane 



FIRST GENERATION. 1 3 

time the whole to goe to the survivor or survivors. It. my will is that they 
be ruled by my Overseers in marriage. Also I would have them enjoy that 
smale porcon the Lord shall give them when my Overseers thinke them to be 
of fit discretion & not at any set time or appointm« of yeares. It. whereas * 
my will is that my Overseers shall let out that stock of Cattle wch shall be 
bought wth the Overplus of my goods to halves to such as shall be as well 
careful as honest men. My will is that my brother Wright have the refusal! , 
of them. It. I give unto John Jenny & Joh. Wynslow each of them a paire 
of gloves of five shillings. It. I give unto mrs Ileeks the full sum of twenty- 
shillings. It. I give unto old mf Brewster my best hat and band wc*» I h 
(worn) never wore. It. my will is that if my children die that then my stock 
be thus distributed, ffirst that what care or paines or charge hath been by 
any about my children be fully recompensed. Next at the discretion of the 
Overseers I thus bequeath the rest vizt so as it may redownd to the Govern- 
ing Elder or Elders of this Church at Plymouth aforesaid & towards the help- 
ing of such psons as are members of the same & are (illegible) as my Over- 
seers shall thinke meet. It. I give to Rebecca Prence 2sh 6d to buy her a 
paire of gloves. , It. my will is that in case my sonne Samuell & other my 
children die before such time as they are fitt to °nter upon my land for inheri- 
tance that then my kinsman Sam. ffuller now in the howse w'h 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 Kuffet Cloake 
& my stuffe sute I now weare. It. I institute my son Samuell my Executor, 
and because he is young and tender I enjoyne him to be wholly ordered by 
Edw Wynslow mr Will Bradford & mr Tho. Prence whom I make his Over- 
seers & the Overseers of this my last will & Testm'. so often menconed before 
in the same. And for their paines I give to each of them twenty shillings 
apeece. It. I give to Mercy my daughter one Bible w^h a black Cover w»^ 
Bezaes notes. It. I give all the rest of my bookes to my sonne Samuell 
wch I desire my Brother Wright Will safely preser\e for him. It my will is 
that when my daughter Mercy is fitt to goe to scole that m's Heeks may teach 
her as well as my sonne. It. whatsoever m"- Roger Williams is indebted to 
me upon my booke for phisick I freely give him. Last of all whereas my 
wife is sick & weake I have disposed of my children to others my will is if sue 
recover that she have the educacon of them, & that the oti.er gifts and 
legacies I have given may be pformed And if in case any of my Overseers 
or all of them (3) die before my children be judged by them of age of dis- 
cretion then my desire is they will before such time when they dispose of 
their owne affaires depute some other of the Church to pform this duty of 
care & love towards my children, wch I allow & binde my children to 
obedience as before. In witnes that this is my last will & Test I have set to 

my hand & scale the 30*^ of July Anno 1633. 

Samuell ffuller 
Memorand that whereas the widow 
Ring comitted the Oversight of her sonne 
Andrew to me at her death, my will is that 



14 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

mr Prence one of my Overseers 
take the charge of him & see that he be 
brouglu up in the ffeare of the Lord 
& See that he sustaine no wrong by any. 
Witnesses heerun to 
Kol)t Heeks 
John Wynslow. 
See his Inventory, Fol. 22 (This line is in a different hand.) 

A note of such debts as Sam ffuller acknowledged 

upon his death bed, at the making of the foresaid 

will. 
I owe to the Acco of Company in the Massachusets six or ten shillings if 
ffr Johnson of Salem have not pd it. It. I owe mr Joh Winthrop one 
hogsh of Come for lines I bought of him, but doubt whether pd or not. If 
he demand it, pay it. 

It. I owe him for a Sow of leade except X sh wc*> I have pd as appeareth 
pr receipt 

It. whereas Henry Wood demands an old debt due at Leyden I desire that 
w' soever he demand as due debt be pd by my overseers he dealing faithfully. 
It. whereas I have an herball belonging to Joh. Chew of Plymouth in old 
Engl. I desire when the price is known he may be pd. Also whereas there is 
an Acco between Joh Jenny Manasseh Kempton & myselfe where in we are 
all debtors to Joh Cheew my desire is my pt may be pd. 

Mention having been made of a "Fuller Fund" for the support 
of the ministry of the Plymouth church, the foundation of said 
fund being the proceeds derived from the sale of a plot of ground 
on Leyden Street given to the church for a parsonage by Mrs. 
Bridget (Lee) Fuller, widow of Dr. Samuel Fuller, and Samuel 
Fuller his son, I wrote the pastor of the Congregational church in 
Plymouth and received the following: " The fund you wrote about 
is the " Fuller Ministerial Fund," which is used for the purpose 
named in your note, but not from the source you mentioned. That 
place was sold and the money used. The "fund" came from an 
unborn calf. I mean that the calf was bequeathed before it came 
into the world, and the proceeds of it when a cow was allowed to 
accumulate, and it has grown into the thousands. This is the 
history of the " Fuller Ministerial Fund." 

Readers are referred to the item in Dr. Samuel's will, given above, 
relative to " the first cow calfe that my Browne Cow shall have." 




The Fuller Cradle. 



SECOND GENERATION. 1 5 

SECOND GENERATION. 

Samuel* Fuller, {Samue/'), b. , 1625, in Plymouth, Mass. 

His burial place was on the " Hill" at Plymouth, and the gravestone 
inscription reads : " Here lyes ye bodie of ye Rev. Samuel Fuller, 
who departed this life Aug. ye 17, 1695, in ye 7i5t year of his age. 
He was ye ist minister of ye church in Middleborough." 

He married Elizabeth BiSL2i€r (Records ist Church of Middle- , 
borough, Mass.), who died in Plympton, Mass., Nov. 11, 1713.'" \ 
(Plympton Records.) 

Samuel* Fuller was one of the 26 original proprietors of Middle- 
borough. The Indians burned his home there in 1676 and he 
returned to Plymouth until the war with them was over. He had 
been educated for the ministry and preached several years at 
Middleborough, but was not ordained until 1694. His biographers 
describe him as a sober, grave, industrious, enlightened, and self- 
denying man. 

His children were : 

Mercy 3, b. about 1656; m. Daniel Cole. 
SamueU, b. about 1659 ; m. Mercy Eaton. 
Experience 3, b. about 1661 ; m. April 2, 1693, 
James Wood and had sons Benjamin, Barnabas, 
Abel and Ichabod. -, ^j-f^riA.^^ ^ \ (j»-^oru^-'<'>^ 
John 3, b. 1663; m. Mercy Nelson. 
Elizabeth 3, b. 1666; m. May 24, 1694, Samuel 

Eaton, b. 1665. 
Hannah 3, b. 1668; m. Eleazer Lewis. 
Isaac 3, b. 1675 ; m. Mary Pr£.tt. 

Settlement of Rev. Samuel Fuller's Elstate. 

Rev. Samuel Fuller, son of Dr. Samuel Fuller of the Mayflower, 
died intestate at Middleborough 17 August, 1695, and his widow 
Elizabeth was appointed administratrix 25 September, 1695. The 
record of this appointment and of the inventory taken 5 September 
1695, may be found in the Plymouth County Probate Records, 
volume I, page 223. On page 224 is recorded the appointment of 
a guardian for the minor son Isaac, and on pages 246 and 247 is the 
agreement between the heirs. 

The appointment and the administration bond are omitted here 
as not being of great genealogical interest. 



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1 6 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

INVENTORY. 
Semtember: the 5: 1695 
this is a tru inventary of the Estate of mr Samuell Fuilor Tei'her of the 

church of middelbury Lately deaseased prised by us whose namt s are under 

written 

his wearin cloalhing wooUin and linnen 09 00 CX) 

his hooks 04 0<" 00 

to bsds with l)edin 07 ou lO 

puter with table linnen 01 04 00 

a still 01 00 00 

the brase to kittells and a spice mortter 00 14 00 

A iron pot and kittell and mortter 00 16 00 

tramells longs and pot hooks 00 08 00 

chests and trays and dishes and chairs 00 15 00 

tubs and pails 00 08 00 

Earthen ware and glases 00 02 00 

runlets and barells and a chum 00 07 00 

a siften trof and a frien pan 00 04 00 

a loom and taklin 01 05 00 

hors taklin 00 18 00 

taklin for a teem and old iron 00 12 00 

a pare of oxen 05 00 00 

3 cowes 04 10 00 

3 heifer 03 10 00 

2 Calves 00 12 00 
swine 01 15 00 
a hors and a mare 03 00 00 

3 swarm of bees 00 08 00 

atmiddelbury his dwellin hous and 20 Akers of Land and A full share of the 
six and twenty mens purchas only twenty five Akers and twelf Akers of Land 
near John haskels and a parsell of Land Cominly called the sixteen shillin 
purshas and A hous and Liuid Plimouth 

more to books and a bibell 00 15 00 

tow pare of scalles 00 06 00 

three wheells and a pare : of cards OO lO OO 

A pot and a spoon 00 07 00 

A gun 00 02 00 

toue yam 00 08 00 

The widdows Bed not apprised 

Joseph : Vaughan 
Samuell w^ood 

Mrs Eliziibeth tfuller Relict & Widdow of Saml ffuller above named made 
oath in I'limoutli September 25th : 1695 *hat ye above Written is a true 
Inventory of ye Goods Chattels Rights & Credits of ye sd Deceased so far 



SECOND GENERATION. 17 

as she knoweth & that if more shall come to her knowledge she will make it 

known 

Before William Bradford Esqr &c. 
Attest Saml Sprague Register 
The above written Inventory is Recorded in ye 22jd page of ye first Book 
of wils Recorded for the County of Plimouth. 

pr Saml Sprague Register 
{From Original, Document.) 

APPOINTMENT OF GUARDIAN. 
Memorand ye 25 of Sept 1695 

John Nelson of Plimouth appointed Guardian to Isaac fluller Son of mr 
Saml ffuller late of Middleborough deceased 

pr William Bradford judge 
(Plym. Co. Prob. Reds., I : 224) 

AGREEMENT OF THE HEIRS. 

This agreement made betwixt the widdow Mrs Elizabeth ffuller and all the 
Children of Mr Samuel ffuller late Minister of Middleborough in ye County 
of Plimouth in New England deceased Namely Samuel ffuller & Daniel Cole 
and Mercy his wife James wood atrd Experience his wife Samuel Eatoa 
Elizabeth his wife Hannah ffuller and John Nelson as Guardian to Isaac 
ffuller ye youngest son of sd fuller deceased and John ff uller said widdow 
and all said childem have mutually and firmly Covenanted and Agreed & do 
by these presents firmly Covenant and agree for themselves & every of their 
heirs and assigns forever to and with each other That ye Articles herein to be 
mentioned shall be and are the full & satisfying division and disposall of ye 
estate of said mr ffuller deceased And that sd Widdow and all the children 
above mentioned are and forever will be fully satisfied &. contented with this 
Settlement both of ye lands and all ye goods & chattels of sd estate as here- 
after followeth. 

Imprs It is agreed that Samuel ffuller ye eldest son of sd deceased Mr 
ff uller Quietly possess & enjoy for his portion to him and his heirs & Assigns 
for Ever that seat of land in ye Town of Plimouth aforesaid which formerly 
was the possession of his said ffather and of late years Possessed by said 
Samuel his son with a house Standing therupon with all uplands and 
meadows & all priviledges belonging there unto Provided sd Samuel ffuller 
pay or cause to be paid Annually to mrs Elizabeth ffuller Relict of his said 
father ten shillings in silver money at or before the first day of each October 
during ye time She remains a widow, ffurther it is agreed as aforesaid that 
John ffuller ye Second son of ye said deceased have one hundred acres of 
land with ye meadow lying at ye foot of said land which land said John ffuller 
hath now in his possession and is Butting upon Namasket River lying in ye 
lands purchased by Captain Thomas Southworth on ye North side of ye 
Road from Lakenham to Namasket River with half ye meadow lying in ye 
Gre at Meadow said lott of meadow is to be divided into two equall parts 



1 8 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULL'iR. 

and said John fiuller to take his choyce And iii that purchase one share of ye 
undivided lands of said Purchase And if hereafter said undivided land shall 
he divided into lolls then said John ffuller is to have and choose his half of 
sd Divisions Also it is agreed as aforesaid that said Widdow Elizabeth ffuller 
Quietly have and jiossess the House and land which she now possesses in 
Middlehury Contayning Twenty acres more or less in ye Homestead Twelve 
acres more lying by ye lands of John Ilaskall and twenty acres of Land more 
or less lying at ye uper end of ye Great Meadow in said Captain Southworths 
l)urchase togetiier with ye one half of said meadow divided and undivided 
belonging to said Purchase This housing and lands mentioned the said wid 
dow is to enjoy wholy to her own proper use and benefit untill Isaac ffuller 
the youngest son of sd ffuller deceased arrive at ye Age of twety one years 
After which said Isaac ffuller is to have the one half of said House and said 
Widdow to have the other half And said Isaac is then to have two thirds of 
said Lands and sd Widdow one third during her lite and after her decease 
said Isaac ffuller is to have and enjoy the whole house and all said lands to 
him and his heirs and Assigns forever It is also further agreed as aforesaid 
That after all ye just debts are j)aid the said Widdow ffuller shall have one 
full third i)art of ye moveables of sd Estate in wiiat specie soever it be to her 
own iir])er use ar.d benittl for ever moreover it is agreed that if said widdow 
dye before her son Isaac come to ye age of one and twenty years then ye 
Ciuardian of said Isaac hath full power and liberty to lease out said house 
and land for ye use and benifit of said Isaac till lie Come of age to possess 
it. further more it is firmly Covenanted and Agreed as aforesaid that upon 
the decease of said Widdow the said House shall be apprised by persons 
(p. 247) Indifferently chosen by ye rliildren concerned and ye value of it to be 
divided into Six equall jiarts and given to Mercy Cole John ffuller Experience 
wood Elizabeth Eaton Hauiiah ffuller and Isaac ffuller said Isaac ffuller 
Reserving his own sixth part of ye value of said House to himselfe is to pay 
ye Remainder of ye value of said House to his said Brother John and his 
said ffour sisters each of them a just proportion equally And said Isaac shall 
have lil)erty for two year before he ]iay said legacies to his said Brother and 
sisters after he comes to age if at that age of twenty one years he enter upon 
ye full and Intire i)ossession of ye whole house but if it be some years after 
he is of age before he come fully to possess said house by ye decease of his 
mother then he shall be obliged to pay said legacies within a year after his 
taking possession of said house And if his mother dye before he sd Isaac 
come of age yet he shall not be obliged to pay said legacies till two years 
after his being of age ff urthermore it is agreed as aforesaid that for all ye 
lands in iilimouth Township that are not before exprest in this Instrument 
that are part of ye estate of sd nir ffuller deceased they are hereby granted & 
confirmed to Mercy Cole before named to her and her heirs for ever 
Particularly a Grant of land by said Plimouth Town or Court to said ffuller 
lying at doteys meadow in said Township And for his land in ye sixteene 
shilling purchase and all his right of land in Assawamset Neck at or near 



SECOND GENERATION. I9 

Middleborough aforesaid it is mutually agreed as aforesaid That said land b« 
herby granted and confirmed to Experience Wood Elizabeth Eaton and 
Hannah ffuUer to them their heirs and Assigns forever to be equally divided 
betwixt them. It is also agreed as aforesd That ye two thirds of ye moveable 
Estate of sd ffuUer be divided into four equall parts and to be equally divided 
betwixt the four sisters above named Mercy Experience Elizabeth aitd 
Hannah what each of them hath already Received being to be accounted as 
part of their portion and accordingly ye Remainder out of these two thirds 
to make each of their portions alike for ye full and firm Confirmation and 
Establishment of all and every of said Articles the widdow and chlldrea 
before named have set to their hand and Seals this first day of October one 
thousand Six hundred Ninety and five was ye day wherein sd widdow and 
children made these articles of agreement. 

Signed and sealed and declared to be The E mark of 

the joynt agreement of ye parties Elizabeth ffuller (seal) 

herein concerned in presence of Samuel ffuller (seal) 

William Bradford The mark of 

ye Mark of Samuel Wood Mercy Cole (seal) 

Elkanah Cushman John ffuller (seal) 

Thomas Nelson John Nelson (s«al) 

James Wood ) ^^ 

Experience W ood ) * ' 
Samuel Eighton i 
The mark / (seal) 

Elizabeth Eaton ) 
Hannah ffuller (seal) 

Elizabeth ffuller Samuel ffuller Mercy Cole John ffuller John NelsoQ 
James Wood Experience Wood Samuel Eaton Elizabeth Eaton Hannah 
ffuller Coming all of them personally before me 27th of July 1696 did freely 
own and acknowledge ye Instrument above written to be their act and de^ 

William Bradford Justice cf peace 
Entered on Record No/embr 20th 1696. 

pr Saml Spiague Register 
(Plym. Co. Prob. Reds., I : 246,247) 



20 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

THIRD GENERATION. 

0, Samuel3 Fuller, {Samuel^, Samue/^), b. 1659; d. Sept. 6, 
1728, at Plynipton, Mass.; m. Jan. 7, 1685, Mercy Eaton, dau. of 
Samuel and Martha (iJillington) Eaton and granddau. of Francis 
Eaton (Mayflower 1620). 
SamueU Fuller resided in Plympton, Mass. 
His children were recorded in Plymouth, Mass., as follows : 

NathauieH, b. Nov. 14, 1687 ; m. Martha Sampson. 
SamueH, h. Aug. 30, 1689; d. April 19, 1724,31 

Plym])ton. 
William 4, b. Feb. 14, 169 1 ; d. Aug. 26, 1692. 
Seth4, b. Aug. 30, 1692 ; m. i, Sarah Wright; m. 

2, Widow Deborah Cole. 
Kbenezer-*, b. March 24, 1695 ; m. Joanna Gray. 
Benjamin-i, b. March 7, 1696; m. Mary (Jackson) 

Kddy. 
Elizabeth 4, b. March 20, 1697 ; m. John Eaton. 
John-t, b. Dec. 19, 1698; m. i, Deborah Ring; 

m. 2, Mrs. Mercy Cushrnan. 
Jabez4, b. June, 1701 ; m. i, Deborah Soule ; ra. 

2, Mercy (iray. 
Mercy 4, b. Oct. 3, 1702 ; m. Ebenezer Raymond. 
James 4, b. Feb. 27, 1704 ; m. Judith Rickard. 

8. JonN-^ Fuller, {Sami/cl^, Saini/cl^), b. about 166$^ in 
Plymouth or Middlcboro, Mass.; d. about 17 10 at Middleboro ; m. 
about 16SC, Mercy Nelson. 

Children, born ;)robably in Middleboro or Halifax, Mass. : 

23. :tl. John4, b. March 20, 1692; m. i, Hannah Thomas; 

m. 2, l,ydia (Alden) Eddy. 

24. II. Mcrcy4, b. , 1693; m. i, July 13, 1729, 

Jabez Wood? (H. W. Brainard MSS.) 

25. III. Elizabeth 4, b. ; m. July 17, 1729, John 

lOaton of Kingston, Mass. 

Ebenezer 4, b. Nov. i, 1697 ; m. Elizabeth Short. 

Jabez4, b. , 1698; m. Priscilla Sampson. 

Lydia4, b. , 1701; m. June 12, 1733, 

Francis Eaton as 2d wife and had SylvanusS, b. 

Dec. 21, 1735 ; John5, b. Aug. 12, 1737 ; MaryS. 

b. Feb. 16, 1738/9; Elijahs', b. Nov. 7, 1740; 

P.enjamins, b. March 26, 1742; and Susannahs, 

b. Sept. 13, 1743. 
29. $VII. Samuel 4, b. , 1704J m. Silence Short. 



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THIRD GENERATION. 21 

30. VIII. Joanna4, b. ; m. Dec. ii, 1728, Thomas 

Doggett of Mansfield, Mass., and hzd. JohnS, b. 
1729; Thomas i, b. 1731; Afark^, b. 1733; 
Jabez^, h. March 3, 1734; Seth^^ b. Feb. 15, 
1736; Sitncon^, b. Jan. 4, 1738; Experiences^ 
b. May 16, 1740; and yifrfwwaS, b. March 16, 
1742. (Doggett Genealogy, by S. B. DoggetL) 

11. Isaac 3 Fui.i.kr, {Stiffii/e/^, Sami/e/'), b. about 1675 in 
Plymouth, Mass.; d. 1727 in Brockton, (formerly N. Bridgewcter) 
Mass.; m. Oct. 20, 1709, Mary Pratt, married by Mr. Isaac 
Cushman (Plympton Records). He was a celebrated physician and 
resided at Halifax, Mass. 

Of his children, the first two are recorded at Plympton and the 
others at Middleboro, Mass. : 

31. I. Reliance'*, b. Dec. 28, 17 10; m. Waterman. 

32. til. Isaac-*, b. Sept. 24, 1712; m. Sarah Packard. 

33. III. Elizabeth +, b. July 23, 17 15. 

34. $IV. SamueH, b. Jan. 29, 17 18/19; "i- Elizabeth 

Thompson. 

35. V. Micah-*, b. Jan. 31, 1719/20. Mr. Linus E. Fuller, 

of 1 2 th Group, 8th Cieneration, states that his 
grandfather gave information to Rufus?, his 
nephew, .April i, 1834, to the effect that Micah 
Fuller lived in Worcester, Mass., but his home 
was burned by Indians and he removed to Old 
Hadley, Mass., but was again burned out by 
Indians and removed to Schenectady, N. Y. ; 
stated that Micah was wealthy; owned mills; 
dropped dead in a mill. Rufus? made a mem- 
orandum of this information which was found 
after his death, and a copy given to Mr. Linus EL 
Fuller. I have found nothing in histories of the 
above places relating to Micah Fuller. 

36. tVI. Jabezf, b. May 7, 1723 ; ra. Elizabeth Hilliard. 

37. VII. Mary 4, b. Aug. 23, 1726. 



22 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

Explanation of Group Arrangement. 

From this point the arrangement of the work is made similar to 
that found so satisfactory in the P>dward Fuller volume. Sons of 
the third generation are made the heads of groups, and the geneal- 
ogy of each group completed by itself by generations, as before, 
with individual numbering relative to the groups and family 
numbering, as before. The sons, who have had families, form heads 
of 14 groups arranged in order of seniority of the fathers. 

Group Individual 
Number Number LINEAGE. Date of Birth 

1 12 Na\hcin\e\'i, S(iffit/r/i, Sa//iue/^, Samuel'. Nov. 14, 1687 

2 15 ^(t\\\-^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel'. Aug. 30, i6q2 

3 16 Ebenezer^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel'. Mar. 24, 1695 

4 17 V>en']a\mn'i, Samuel^ Samuel^ Samuel'. Mar. 7,1696 

5 19 John'», Samueli, Samuel^, Samuel'. Dec. 19, 1698 

6 20 Jabcz'', Samuel^, Samuel*, Samuel'. June, 1701 

7 22 James*, Samueli, Samuel*, Samuel'. Feb. 27, 1704 

8 23 ]o\\x\^, John ^, Samuel*, Samuel'. Mar. 20, 1692 

9 26 Ehenezer 'i,yo/ini, Samuel*, Samuel'. Nov. 1,1697 

10 27 Jabez+,y<?/t«3, Samuel*, Samuel'. ? 

11 29 Samuel 4, yi?//// 3, Samuel*, Samuel'. 1704 

12 32 Isaac^, /saae^, Samuel*, Samuel'. Sept. 24, 1712 

13 34 SamueH, /saaei, Samuel*, Samuel'. Jan. 29, 17 18/19 

14 36 Jabez^, Isaac^y Samuel*, Samuel'. May 7, 1723 






FIRST GROUP. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 



DESCENDANTS OF NATHANIEL* FULLER. 



12. Nathaniel^ Fuller, {Samuel^, Samuel* ^ Samuel^) ^ b. 
Nov. 14, 1687 ; d. April 20, 1750, in Plympton, Mass. ; m. Jaa. 24, 
1711/12, Martha Sampson, b. Oct. 25, 16S9, d. June 8, 1770. 
He lived in Plympton and his children were : 

Sarahs, b. Sept. 28, 1712; m. i, Isaac Sturtevant; 

m. 2, Austin Bearce. 
Ruths, b. March 4, 1713/14; ra. April 3, 1733, 
James Cobb Jr. 

Elizabeths, [ ^^^"^' ^- J^^^ ^°' ^7^6; both d. 1716. 
AmosS, b. Feb. 12, 17 18/19; ^^- i, Abigail Harlow; 

m. 2, Rachel (Standish) Sampson. 
Nathaniels, b. May 26, 1721 ; m. Lydia Perry. 
Barnabas s, b. Sept. 25, 1723; m. Rebecca 

Cushman. 
Jesse s, b. Feb. 18, 1725/6] said to have d. young. 
Samuels, b. Nov. 11, 1729; d. March 7, 1742/3- 



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FIFTH GENERATION. 

5. AmosS Fuller, {Nathaniel^, Sainuel^, Samu^l^, Samuel^), 
b. Feb. 19, 1 718/19, in Plympton, Mass.; d. Dec. 31, 1790; m. i, 
June II, 1744, Abigail Harlow, b. Aug. 9, 1722, d. April 15, 1755; 
m. 2, Oct. 25, 1759, Rachel (Standish) Sampson, who d. OcL 13, 
1809. 



34 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

Children, recorded at I'lympton : 

10. I. Mary", b. May 24, 1745 ; d. Oct. 31, 1747. 

11. II. Martha'', b. Dec. 15, 1746; d. Jan., 1746/7. 

12. III. Nathaniel ^ b. Dec. 12, 1747. Nothing more 

found. 

13. IV. Hannah'', b. Oct. i, 1749; d. March 23, 1819, at 

Kingston, Mass.; m. i, Dec. 3, 1767, Peleg 
Cook ; m. 2, Samuel Drew of Kingston. 

14. V. Sarah'', b. April 6, 1751; m. Samuel Bradford of 

Plympton. 

15. VI. Abigail", b. June 12, 1753 ; d. Feb. 6, 1754. 

16. VII. Amos", b. Oct. 27, 1760; d. Nov., 1796, at 

Beverly, Mass. 

17. $VIII. Philemon", b. Oct. 20, 1763; m. Mercy Chipman. 

0. Nathanif.lS Fuller, {Nathanieh, Samuel^, Samuel*, 

Samuel^), b. May 26, 1721, in Plympton, Mass.; d. ; ra. 

June 12, 1744, I-ydia Perry, who survived him, and m. May 12, 
1748, Ebenezer Dunham, then of Plympton. 

Children of Nathaniel and Lydia, recorded in Plympton : 

18. I. William", b. May 15, 1744/5. Nothing further 

found. 

19. II. Lydia", b. April 22, 1746; d. Dec. 20, 1776. 

7 . Barnabas s Fuller, {Naihanie/'^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Sainuel^ ) , 
b. Sept. 25, 1723, in Plympton, Mass.; d. March 24, 1814, in 
Hebron, Me.; m, March 16, 1747/8, Rebecca Cushman at 
Kingston, -Mass., b. there April 9, 1730, d. April 6, 1813, dau. of 
Robert and Mary (Washburn) Cushman. 

Barnabas Fuller is described in "Mass. Soldiers and Sailors of the 
Revolution" as having enlisted from Kingston in 1780; age 56 
years. The U. S. Pension Records show no application for a 
pension. 

His children, all but the last child born in Kingston, were : 

20. $1. Jesse^ b. Oct. 3, 1748; m. Ruth Prince. 

21. til. Barzillai'', b. Jan. 17, 1751 ; m. Mary Cushman. 
Robert*', b. June 3, 1752. 
Martha", b. Jan. 11, 1754; m. Dec. 30, 1784, 

JohnS Fuller, {Jabet^, Isaac^, Samuel*, Samuel^). 
Azubah^, b. June 29, 1756; m. Sept. 11, 1793, 

John Washburn. 
Joshua^ b. Feb. 8, 1758 ; d. March 28, 1759. 
Rebecca^, b. May 19, 1 761. 



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27. VIII. Ruth", b. Sept. 17, 17O4. The N. K. Register 
states she m. Oct. 19, 17 So, Ichabo<l, s<jn of 
Ichnbod Ikadfoid of Kingston, while a Maine 
correspondent states she married Isaiah Wood- 
man of Minot, Me. 
28. IX. Barnabas^', b. June 19, 1768; d, at sea Nov. 25, 

1792. 

29. $X. Isaac <^. Date of birth not recorded. Bom in 

Hebron, Maine, according to family tradition. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

17. Philemon^ Fuller, {Amos^, Natlianich, SamitcH, Samuel'^ 
Sai/iuel^), b. Oct. 20, 1763, in Plympton, Mass.; d. Dec. 6, 1S3S; 

m. , 1786, Mercy Chipman, who d. Oct. 23, 1847. She was 

born in Kingston, Mass., June 22, 1766, dau. of Caj)!. Selh and 
Sarah (Ripley) Chipman. A Revolutionary soldier. Lived iD 
Plympton. 

Children, recorded in Plympton : 

30. $1. Charles?, b. April 6, 1787; m. ., Deborah Soule; 
m. 2, Sarah Nye. 

Bildad7, b. Nov. 23, 17S9 ; m. Margaret Bonney. 
Harvey 7, b. Feb. 14, 1792 ; m. Eliza F. Harlow. 
Philemon 7, b. June 16, 1794; m. June 4, 182S, 

Eunice Bradford. 
Amos7, b. Sept. 23, 1796; m. i, Priscilla Vaughn 

Shaw ; m. 2, Lucinda Sturievant. 
Warren 7, b. Oct. 5, 1799; d. July 16, 1866, 

unmarried. 
Sarah 7, b. April 6, 1804, d. Aug. 2, 1894, in 

Plympton; m. Jan. 30, 1825, John Standish of 

Taunton, Mass., and had Sarah Fuller^, b. 

Dec. 4, 1825 ; Mercy .\ngeline^ b. .^ug. 24, 1828; 

George Walter^, b. May 4, 1832; Ernest^, b. 

Jan. 21, 1838; and Albert Warren^, b. Nov. 25, 

1846. V 

20. Jesse'' Fuller, {Barnabas^, Nathaniel*, Sawue/i, Samuel^, 
Saviuel^), b. Oct. 3, 1748, in Kingston, Mass.; d. Aug., 1S26 ; m. 
Jan. II, 1778, Ruth Prince, dau. of Kimball Prince and Deborah 
(Fuller) Prince. 
Their children, all born in Hebron, Maine, were : 
37. $1. Joshua 7, b. Nov. 17, 1778; m. i, Susanna Curtisj 

m. 2, Nancy Adams. 



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26 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

38. II. Deborah', b. Oct. 3, 1780; m. July 9, 1801, Rev. 

Joseph Hutchinson. 
Samuel 7, b. Aug. 27, 1782 ; m. Nancy Coombs. 
Jesse?, b. Feb. 21, 1784; d. Dec. 18, 1799. 
Noah Prince 7, b. Dec. 2, 1785 ; m. Reliance Weed. 
Ruth 7, b. March 2, 1788; m. Nov. 27, 1806, 

Josiah Jordan. 
John 7, b. Feb. 24, 1790; m. Eveline Washburn. 
Rebecca Cushman?, b. Jan. 8, 1792; m. Dec. 17, 

181 8, Ezekiel Verrillof Minot, Me. 
Barnabas 7, ^ I'm. Bethia 

Kimball Prince?, \^' J""^ ^o, 1794^ „,. Miranda 

J t Carmen. 

Martha?, b. March 18, 1797; m. March 19, 1818, 

Thomas Jackson. 
Sarah Prince?, b. Jan. 29, 1799; m. 1823, Levi 

Whittemore. 
Jesse?, b. May 14, 1801 ; m. . 

21, Barziliai'' Fuller, {Barnabas^, Naihanieh, Samuel^, 
Samuel^, Samite/^), b. Jan. 17, 1751, at Kingston, Mass.; d. 
Aug. 8, 1S33, at Hebron, Me.; m. Feb. 20, 1786, Mary Cushman. 
He was a soldier of the Revolution, who enlisted from Mass., 
May I, 1775 ; served 8 months; re-enlisted for one year. Enlisted 
Feb., 1777, and served until Nov. 4, 1783. He applied for pension 
1 81 8 and claim was allowed. His widow was allowed a pension in 
1S38, at which time she was a resident of Hebron, and 87 years of 
age. Her son Robert testified in the case. 

Their children, recorded in Hebron, were : 

50. I. Elizabeth?, b. July 9, 1787. 

51. *II. Robert?, b. Sept. 24, 1788; ra. i, Sally Keene; 

m. 2, Almaretta Cox. 

22, Robert^ Fuller, {Barnabas^, Nathaniel, Samuel^, 

Samuc/^y Samuel^), b. June 3, 1752, in Kingston, Mass.; d. . 

He was a soldier of the Revolutionary war, enlisting from Mass., May 
i» 177s. for 8 months; re-enlisted for one year. Enlisted April, 
1777, and served until discharged Nov. 4, 1783. Made application 
for pension April 14, 1818, and claim was allowed. Residence at 
date of application, Hebron, Me. " No mention of his wife or 
children, but in 1820 soldier stated that his sister, Azuba Washburn, 



FIRST GROUP. 27 

aged 64 years, and her granddaughter, Eunice Washburn, aged 5 
years, resided with him." 

29. Isaac ^ Fuller, {Barnalms^, Nathaniel^, Samuel^, Samuel'^ 

Samuel^), b. , in Hebron, Me.; d. June 3, 1841, aged 

70 years (Gravestone Record), in Livermore, Me.; m. , 

Sarah Houston, who d. July 23, 1854, aged 79 years (G. S. 
Record.) 

Children, all born in Livermore, Me. : 

52. I. Ruthie W.7, b. May 11, 1800; d. Feb. 23, 1845; 

m. Jan. i, 1826, Samuel Merrill; lived and d. in 
Livermore. Children : Lucy A.**, b. April 2, 
1827; Sarah J.^, b. April 15, 1829; Louisa^, b. 
May 18, 1831; Martha E.s, b. Dec. 27, 1835; 
Ruth M.^ b. Sept. 8, 1839; and Dana^, b. 
March 30, 1842. 

53. IL Sarah 7, b. April 11, 1802; d. Nov. 27, 1872, in 

Brimfield, Mass.; m. Feb. 7, 1832, Abner 
Stebbins. Resided in Brimfield. Children: 
Charles Emerson^, b. Feb. 5, 1833; Josiah^, b. 
June 10, 1835 ; Abner Henry^, b. April 13, 1839; 
and Sarah Jane^, b. May 9, 1843. 

54. tHL Isaiah Woodman?, b. April 29, 1804; m. Louisa 
Carter Coding. 

Ira 7, b. ; m. Abigail Moore. 

Asa 7, b. Aug. 21, 1808; m. Hannah Stetson. 
Rebecca?, b. ; m. Andrew G. Day; lived 

and d. in Dexter, Me. 
$8. VII. Laura A.7, b. March 24, 1814; d. Feb. 13, 1904, 

in Turner, Me.; m. Sept. 18, 1837, in Brimfield, 

Mass., Sewell Phillips. Resided in Livermore. 

Children: George Sewell^ and Laura Ellen ^, b. 

Sept. 21, 1844. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

30. Charles? Fuller, {Phiiemon^, Amos^, Nathaniel*, 
Samueli, Samuel*, Samuel^), b. April 6, i7§7, in Plympton, Mass.; 
d. June 19, 1862; m. i, Deborah Soule 2d, Nov. 29, 1813; m. 2, 
Sept. 10, 1823, Sarah Nye, b. April 14, 1791, d. April 4, 1887. 
Children, recorded in Plympton : 
59. $1. Charles Augustus^ b. June 30, 1816; m. Cordelia 

A. Douglas. 



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28 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

60. i:II. Josiah Soule^, b. Nov. 17, 181 7 ; ni. Elizabeth Gray 

Churchill. 

61. III. I'hcbc Nye^ b. June 10, 1S24; m. Jan. 18, 1846, 

Col. Ciodfrey Ryder and had William Henrys, b. 
Nov. 13, 1S46; Charles W.'-*, b. March 22, 1848; 
Winfield S.", b. May 17, 1850; Anna H.9, b. 

March 16, 1852 ; Godfrey'^, b. ; Thomas 

]-ee'', b. ; Thomas Lee9 2d, b. ; 

Frederick C'', b. ; and Frederick C.9 2d, b. 



62. IV. Sarah Rosamond^, b. March 23, 1829; d, April 29, 

1 89 1 ; m. Jan. i, 1847, George Bonney^ Fuller, 
{JiiUiiin, Phi/cmon^\ Amos^, Nathanieh, 
Samuel^, Samuel^ y Samuel^). Children: Juliet 9, 
b. Aug. 17, 1S47 ; Everett S.9, b. March 12, i860. 

63. 4^V. Lafayette^ b. Feb. 16, 1834, m. Eunice Ada Ellis. 

31. lIiLDAD? Fuller, {P/ii/ci/ion^, Ainos^, Nathatiieh, Samuel^, 
Sa)nnc/\ Samuel'), b. Nov. 23,1789, in Plympton, Mass.; d. 
there March 13, 1872; m. Dec. 5, 1815, Margaret Bonney, who d. 
Feb. 7, 1873. 

Their children were : 

64. 4^1. Joseph Henry ^, b. Sept. 22, 1816; m. Eleanor F. 

Cook. 

65. II. Darius Albert^, b. April 7, 1819; died in early 

manhood. 

66. $111. George Bonney^, b. .\ug. 28, 1821; m. Sarah R.^ 

Fuller, {CharksT, Philemon^, Amos^, Nathaniel'^, 
Samuel^, Samuel^, SamueP). 

32. Harvey 7 Fuller, {Philemon ^, Amos s, Nathaniel^, Samuel^, 
Samuel^, SamueP), b. Feb. 14, 1792, in Plympton, Mass.; d. there 
Feb. 2, 1867 ; m. Dec. 16, 1824, Eliza F. Harlow, who d. March 7, 
1878, aged 74 years. 

Children, recorded at Plympton : 

67. tl. Edward^, b. Nov. 26, 1826 ; m. Sophia M. Phinney. 

68. til. Dexter^, b. July 12, 1831 ; m. Mary F. Spellman. 

69. III. George Lindley*^, b. May 14, 1834; d. Oct. 22, 

1906. 

70. IV. Philemon s, b. Oct. 24, 1838; d. Feb. 4, 1885. 

33. Philemon? Fuller, {Phikmon^, Atnos^, Nathaniel^, 
Samuel i, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. June 16, 1794, in Plympton, Mass. ; 



FIRST GROUP. 29 

d. Dec. 5, 1875, in Fairhaven, Mass.; m. June 4, 1828, Eunice 
Bradford, b. Jan. 14, 1808, d. Dec. 22, 1S82. Resided in 
Fairhaven. 

Children, born in Fairhaven : 

71. I. Elizabeth^, b. Sept. 8, 1829. 

72. II. Frederick Milton^, b. Sept. 11, 1831. 

73. III. Thomas Bradford «, b. Feb., 1849 ; d. Oct. 15, 1886, 

in Fairhaven. Contributed by Mrs. Phebe Nye 

(Fuller) Ryder. 
Philemon? Fuller is said to have descendants in New Bedford, 
Mass., but the compiler has failed to receive replies to inquiries 
regarding them. 

34-. Amos 7 Fuller, {Philetnon^, Amos^, Nathaniel^, Samuel^, 
Samuel'*, Samue/'), b. Sept. 23, 1796, in Plympton, Mass.; d. 
March 3, 1875; m. i, July 3, 1826, Priscilla Vaughn Shaw; m. 2, 
Aug. 4, 1836, Lucinda Sturtevant, who d. Dec. 25, 1898. 
Children, recorded in Plympton : 

Amos Sumner^, b. Feb. 10, 1827; d. March iS, 

1881 ; m. June 8, 1850, Lucy T. Tinkham. 
Betsey Shaw^, b. July 8, 1829, in Coleraine, Mass.; 
m. Dec. 12, 1847, Charles H. Nesmith, and had 
Charles H.9, Walter F.9, and Jessie F.9 
Henry ^ b. Dec. 19, 1833 ; d. Jan. 19, 1846. 
William «, b. Feb. 6, 1838; m. i, Sarah W. Ripley; 

m. 2, Margaret C. Thompson. 
Lewis Warren^, b. Feb. 21, 1840. Resides in 

Plympton. Unmarried. 
Eunice^, b. Sept. 25, 1841. 
Jane Helen s, b. March 18, 1846. 
Henry '^, b. June 5, 1848; ra. Martha L. Foley. 
Albert**, b. July 11, 1850. Resides in Plympton. 
Unmarried. 
83. X. Lucinda Maria s, b. April 4, 1852; d. March 22, 

1899 ; m. Sept. 23, 1874, John Phinney, and had 
Amy B.9, and John C.9 

37. Joshua? Fuller, (/esse^, Barnadas 5, Na//ianie/^, Samu^/h 
Samuel'*, Samuel^), b. Nov. 17, 1778, in Hebron, Me.; d. 1S56, in 
Castine, Me., aged 78 years; m. i, Jan. 4, 1799, Susanna Curtis; 
m. 2, (Int. Pub.) Nov. 26, 1808, Nancy Adams, b. Feb. 10, 1792, 
at Thomaston, Me. 

He resided at Northport, Thomaston and Castine; was a car- 



\ 



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75. 


II. 


76. 

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78. 


V. 


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80. 


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VII. 


81. 


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82. 


IX. 



84. 


I. 


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86. 
87. 
88. 
89. 


III. 

IV. 

V. 

VI. 


90. 
91. 


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30 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

penter. The " Annals of Oxford, Me.," give his name as Josiah, 
and his marriage to Susanna Curtis ; while the History of 
Thomaston and the (ienealogy of the Adams family of Kingston, 
Mass., give his name as Joshua and his marriage to Nancy Adams, 
with children as follows, including a "Joshua :" 

Nancy A.'^, b. Dec. 18, 1809; d. 1842; m. Thomas 

McClellan. 
Joshua^, b. July 7, 181 1 ; m. i, Susan N. Robinson; 

m. 2, Mrs. Joanna R. Foote of Boston, Mass. ; 

m. 3, Harriet L. Rogers. 
Adaline P.^, b. June 26, 1814; d. Nov. 12, 1840. 
Albert^, b. Feb. 10, 1816; m. Mary Pierson. 
Silas M.^, b. Feb. 24, 18 19; m. Mary A. Pitts. 
Thomas S.^, b. April 19, 1821 ; m. Elizabeth A. 

Lufkin. 
Harriet N.^, b. .^pril 6, 1823 ; d. Oct. 4, 1840. 
Rebecca s, b. May 7, 1825; m. Nov. 4, 1845, 

Charles H. Averill. 

92. IX. Ellen S.^ b. July 6, 1828. 

:I9. Samuel? Fuller, ( /csse^\ Barnabas^, Nathaniel^, Sa/nuel^, 
Samuel', Samuel^), b. Aug. 27, 1782, in Hebron, Me.; d. Nov. 4, 
1846, in Thomaston, Me.; m. July 9, 1806, Nancy H. Coombs, b. 
Dec. 31, 17S9. 

He was in trade in Lincolnville, St. George, Castine and Thomas- 
ton, Me., and later, from 1815 to 182 1, deputy sheriff, and subse- 
quently postmaster. Was also first register of deeds in the Eastern 
District of Lincoln Co. 

Their children were : 

93. I. George Washington^, b. May 23, 1808; d. July i, 

1808. 
Sylvester H.**, b. Nov. 19, 1809; m. Amelia D. 

Holmes. 
Asa Coombs^, b. March 8, 1812; m. Mary Jane 

Snow ; m. 2, Anna B. Snow. 
Caroline S.^, b. Oct. 30, 1814; m. Oct. 10, 1834, 

Edwin Rose, who d. March 16, 1877. Children: 

Caroline E.9, b. March 10, 1836; Edwin T.9, b. 

Dec. I, 1838 ; Samuel F.9, b. Oct. 25, 1840 ; Olive 

F.9, b. March 13, 1843; Helen D.9, b. Feb. 17, 

1846 ; Edwin S.9, b. Dec. 20, 1848; and Charles 

A.9, b. March 25, 1851. 
97. V. Nancy s, b. Aug. 19, 1816; d. Sept., i860; m. 

March 31, 1845, Charles E. Hodgskins. 



94. 


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95. 


*III. 


96. 


IV. 



FIRST GROUP. 31 

98. IV. Sarah L.^, b. Dec. 3, 1818; ra. April 7, 1842, Capt. 

Jeremiah Murray, who d. Oct. 30, 1867. They 
resided at Walnut Creek, Cal. Children : Flora 
E.9, b. Feb. 14, 1855; Charles E.9, b. Feb. 28, 
1856 ; and Sarah J.9, b. April 7, 1862. 

99. VII. Mary S.^, b. March 18, 1821; m. Sept. 29, 1847, 

Capt. John S. Spofford, and had Samuel F.^, b. 

July 21, 1850; Sarah M.9, b. Nov. 29, 1853; 

Samuel F.9, b. Aug. 20, 1855; Hannah J.9, b. 

April 13, 1859 ; and Angie M.9, b. Feb. 18, 1866. 
100. VIII. Isabelle Prince Bachi^, b. June 20, 1823; d. Nov. 

15, i860, on board ship, Alice Counce, on 

passage from Melbourne to Callao ; m. Sept., 

1847, Capt. John William Singer and had Ida 

E.9, b. July 17, 1848; and Thomas S.9, b. July 

12, 1850. 
roi. tlX. Samuel A.^, b. July 10, 1825 ; ra. Susan E. 

Greenlaw. 

102. X. Ruth J.^, b. Nov. 2, 1827 ; d. April 19, 1850. 

103. XI. Abby^, b. March 4, 1830; m. Oct. 3, 1S52, Levi 

B. Miller, and had Lizzie H.9, b. July 26, 1853 ; 
Hattie L.9, b. May 10, 1857 ; and Charles M.9, b. 
July 9, 1864. 

104. XII. Jane G.^, b. Oct. 4, 1842; d. June 6, 1874; m. 

March, 1862, Capt. William John Singer as his 
second wife. 

41. Noah Prince? Fuller, {Jesse^, Barnabas^, Nalhanieh^ 
Samuel^, Samuel'^, Samuel^), b. Dec. 2, 1785, in Hebron, Me.; d. 

1858, in Lincolnville, Me. ; m. , Reliance Weed, b. Oct 22, 

1784, d. 1864. He resided in Hope, Me. 

His children were : 

105. tl. James W.^, b. Sept. 24, 1809 ; m. i, ; m. 2, 

Margaret Wentworth, April, 1836. 

106. $11. Jesse Prince^, b. April 29, 181 1; ra. Theresa 

Walker. 

107. III. Jane W.s, b. Aug. 28, 1813 ; d. Sept., 1892; m. 

Jan. 5, 1834, Edward L. Eells of Camden, Me., 
and had Delia S.9, b. Aug. 2, 1835 ; Ruth C.9, 
b. April 18, 1838; Emery9, b. July 8, 1841 ; 
Noah G.9, b. June 16, 1843; Phila Ann9, b. 
Oct. 17, 1844 ; Lucy E.9, b. Sept. 28, 1846; and 
Julia G.9, b. April 28, 1850. 

108. IV. Sally S.8, b. Dec. i3, 1816 ; d. aged 3 years. 

109. V. Sally Ann*, b. Dec. 22, 1818; ra. May 2, 1835, N. 



32 DESCF.NDAN'I'S OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

Parker of Lincolnville, Me., and had Lorna9, 
Ellen '^, Annette'^, Sanford9, Prentice 9, and Sally 
Ann''. 
no. tVI. Hezckiah Prince^, b. Jan. 1,1820; m. Catherine 
Saliord Mossman. 

111. VII. Mary H.^ b. Sept. 8, 1822; m. Dec. 3, 1844, 

Orison Bartlett. 

112. Vlll. Nancy W.s, b. March 27, 1825; d. April, 1847; 

m. William Athers. 

43. John 7 Fuller, {Jcsse^\ Barnabas^, Nathaniel'^, Samuel^, 
Samuel^, Sa/iii/el^), b. Feb. 24, 1790, in Hebron, Me.; d. Aug. 13, 
1856; m. June. 1815, Fverline Washburn, who d. Nov. 29, 1878. 
He was a farmer ; lived in ICast Hebron, where both were members 
of the F. B. church. 

Their children were : 

113. I. Perley B.^ b. May 26, 1816; d. Sept. 26, 1816. 

114. H. Samantha P.^ b. Dec. 29, 1817; d. April i, 1898; 

ni. Jabez Davis of Foxcroft, Me., and had Julia 
A.9, Samantha 9, Angelia'-* and Frank 9. 

115. HI. Jeannette \\'.^, b. April 11, 1820; d. June 13, 1833; 

m. Daniel Russell. Children: Jefferson D.9, 
Sarah J."', Oscar 9, Everline9 and Flora A.9 

116. IV. Rebecca B."", b. Feb. 18, 1822; d. April 17, 1903; 

m. Oct. 29, 1S48, Jeremiah P. Packard, and had 
John H.9, Lucillus9, Addreanna E,9, Frederic 9 
and Frank 9. 

117. tV. Josiah J.^ b. April 13, 1823; m. i, Margaret 

Foster ; m. 2, Mary A. Noble. 

118. VI. Clarissa E.^ b. Oct. 2, 1826; m. Nov. 19, 1847, 

William Packard, and had Sarah A.^, Everline9, 
Will H.9 and George W.9 

119. $:VII. Rufus P.'', b. Nov. 29, 1828; m, Lydia A.Warner. 

120. tVlH. Joseph D.'*^, b. Nov. 26, 1832 ; m. Mary A. Chaffin. 

121. IX. Julia A.^ b. .'\pril 12, 1837; d. March 14, 1842. 

4.». Barnauas? Fuller, {Jessc^\ Barnabas^, Nathaniel^, 
Samucli, Samuel^, Sami/ci^), b. June 30, 1794, in Hebron, Me. ; d. 
May 7, 1S64, in Minot, Me.; m. .April 20, 1828, Bethiah Bray, who 
d. Aug. 18, 1897, in Auburn, Me. 

Barnabas Fuller was a Captain in the war of 181 2, and his widow 
drew a pension. He lived and died in Minot. 

Children : 

122. tl. Jesse Augustus^, b. March 27, 1829; m. i, Emma 



FIRST GROUP. 33 

Bean; m. 2, Josephine W. (Fuller) Wagg. 
Josephine W.^ Fuller, {Kimbail PJ^ Jesse^y 
Parnabas'^^ Nathatiieh, Samuel i, Samuel*, 
Sm/iuei^.) 

123. II. Harriet B.^ b. Dec. 25, 1831, in Minot; d. Nov. 

7, 1908, in Auburn. 

124. III. Barnabas^, b. Jan. 21, 1833, in Hebron, Me.; ra. 

Helen Cuningham. They reside in South Fram- 
inghani, Mass. ; have no children. 

125. IV. George J.^, b. June 30, 1835, in Hebron; was 

killed in the battle of Antietam. 

126. V. Bennett B.^, b. July 4, 1837, in Minot; resides in 

Auburn. 

127. VI. Mary Eliza ^, b. Jan. 15, 1840, in Minot; d. there 

May II, 1864; unmarried. 

128. $VII. Frank T.^, b. Jan. 13, 185 1 ; in. Augusta P. Keene. 



46. Kimball Prince? Fuller, {Jcsse^, Barnabas^, Nathanid*, 
Safnuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. June 30, 1794, in Hebron, Me.; d. 
Oct. 22, 1866, in Leeds, Me.; m. Dec. 26, 1828, Miranda Carmea, 
who d. Jan. 2, 1887, at Auburn, Me. 

Their children were : 

129. I. William Henry^, b. Dec. 24, 1829; d. May 18, 

1863 ; m. Polly E. Keene. No children. 

130. II. Miranda^, b. Dec. 25, 1831, in Hebron; d. April 

23. 1853, in Leeds; m. George E. Williams. 
No children. 

131. III. Caroline Rose*^, b. March 20, 1835, in Hebron; d. 

March 26, 1855 ; m. June, 1854, George E. 
Williams. No children. 

132. IV. Esther Millett^, b. Sept. 8, 1837, in Hebron; d. 

Aug. 15, 1840. 

133. V. Esther Millett^, b. Jan. 27, 1840, in Leeds; m. 

July 20, i860, George W. Beckler. They reside 
at South Leeds, Me. Children : Kimball G.-^, b. 
Dec. 3, 1861 ; Hattie Mabel9, b. July 21, x866 
and Bert Hayes>^, b. Oct. 27, 1876. 

134. VI. Kimball Verrill^, b. May 17, 1842, in Leeds; d. 

July 22, 1861 ; unmarried. 

135. VII. Josephine Whittemore^ b. April 2, 1844, in Leeds; 

m. I, Oct. 10, 1868, George W. Wagg; m. 2, 
1897, Jesse Augustus** Fuller, {Bamabasl, Jesse^, 
Barnabas^, Nathanieh, Samuel^, Samuel*, 
Samuel^.) 



34 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

4J). Jesse? Fuller, {Jesse^, Barnabas^, Nathanieh, Samuel^^ 
Satnud^t Samuel^), b. May 14, 1801, in Hebron, Me.; d. Dec. 23, 
1856 ; m. . 

He lived and died in Auburn, Me. 

Children : 
136. $1. Edward P.^, b. ; m. . 



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138. 


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140. 


IV. 



(Compiler failed to receive information asked for.) 

51. Robert? Fuller, {Barziilai^, Barnabas i, Nathaniel^, 
Samue/i, Samuel^, Samuel^), h. Sept. 24, 1788, in Hebron, Me. ; 

d. ; m. I, (Intentions entered March 16, 1818), with Sally 

Keene, "both of Hebron" ; m. 2, — ■■ , Almaretta Cox. 

Children : 

Ebenezer^, b. Dec. 30, 181 8; d. Feb., 1819. 
Ansel R.^, b. Dec. 24, 1819. 
Rebecca K.^, b. Sept. 14, 1822. 
Almaretta'', b. Feb. 5, 1833. 
(No further information received.) 

54. Isaiah Woodman? Fuller, {Isaac^, Barnabas^, Nathanieh, 
Samuel^, Sajnue/^, Samite/^), b. April 29, 1804, at Livermore, Me.; 
d. there Nov. 13, 1SS6; m. March 13, 1830, Louisa Carter Coding 
of Jay, Me., who d. Sept. 10, 1872. 

Their children, all born in Livermore, were : 

Elisha C.^, b. Jan. 31, 1831 ; m. Antoinette A. 

Walker. 
Andrew D.^ b. March 10, 1835 ; d. Jan. 28, 1899; 

unmarried. 
Louisa C.^ ) 1 A 1 o ( d. Sept. 19, 1842. 

Eliza A.'^ j-b.Apr.l24.i84i}^ ]^^\ ^33^^ 

Hiram A. Merrill. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill reside 
in North Livermore. They have no children. 

55, Ira? Fuller, {Isaac ^, Barnabas'^, Nathanieh, Samuelif 

Samueh, Samue/^), b. , in Livermore, Me.; d. 1876, in 

Phillips, Me. ; m. , Abigail Morse. 

He lived in Livermore, Wilton and Phillips, Me. 
Children : 
145. $1. Henry Russell^ b. April 27, 1841 ; m. i, Sophia 

Parker ; m. 2, Ella F. Home. 



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IV. 



FIRST GROUP. 35 

56. Asa? Fuller, {Isaac^, Barnabas^, Nathanieh, Samuel^, 
Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Aug. 21, 1808, in Livermore, Me.; d. there 
May 19, 1873; m. Sept. 7, 1832, Hannah Stetson, b. Dec. 2, 1809, 
in Hartford, Me.; d. Jan. 2, 1886, in Livermore. 

Their children were all born in Livermore : 

146. I. Angelia Arabella^, b. March 7, 1834; d. April 29, 

1886, in Livermore; m. June 24, 1858, Andrew- 
Campbell and had Cora Hannah 9, b. Aug. 31, 
1859, in Winthropj Me., ra. Oct. 14, 1S7S, 
Frank W. Cooledge of Livermore; Asa 9, b. 
March 2, 1862, in Winthrop, m. May i, 1S87, 
Anne R. Lovewell ; Emma Francelia9, b. Feb. S, 
1868, in Livermore; Myrtie Angelina 9, b. 
Oct. 25, 1875, m. Jan. 26, 1895, Roy Moore of 
Canton, Me. Mrs. Moore d. May 6, 19 10. 

147. n. Cornelia Alberta^, b. May 6, 1836; m. Nov. 3, 

1858, William H. Thompson of Hartford, Me. 
They reside in Livermore. Children are Cornelia 
Estella9, b. Oct. 28, 1865, in Livermore, m. 
Jan. 14, 1S93, Roswell D. Gammon of Canton, 
Me., and had son, Charles '°, b. in Livermore. 

148. \l\. Hannah Celestia^, b. Aug. 27, 1838; m. March 15, 

1859, Lewis A. Cobb. They reside in Auburn, 
Me. Their only child, Frederic Augustus 9, was 
b. April 4, i86o, in Sumner, Me., and "passed 
on" before them, sad to say, April 5, 19 10, only 
two weeks after the death of his wife. (See 5th 
Group, Rebecca^, Issachar^, Samuel^, for 
account of union of ist and 5 th Groups by the 
marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Cobb.) 

149. IV. Omar Orlistus'*, b. Jan. 17, 1842; d. March 7, 

1883; m. July 7, 1866, Evelyn Conant of 
Canton, Me. No children. 

150. V. Emma Francelia^, b. Sept. 24, 1845 ; d. Jan. 19, 

1868, in Auburn; m. Aug. 27, 1863, Rodolphus 
E. Hathaway of Canton, Me. No children. 

151. VL Aratus Asa^, b. Jan. 29, 1847 ; d. Aug. 15, 1855, in 

Livermore. 

152. tvn. Ellian Errol^, b. Sept. 4, 1851 ; m. Dora RL 

Thompson. 

153. tVIIL Aratus Carroll^ b. Jan. 11, 1856; m. i, Sarah C 

Cummings; m. 2, Rose Hersey. 



36 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

')*.), Charles Augustus*^ Fuller, {CharlesT, Philemon^, AmosS, 
Nathanich, Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. June 30, 1816, in 
Plympton, Mass.; d. Oct. 23, 1872, in Plympton ; m. Sept. 20, 
1848, Cordelia Douglas of Dedhara, Mass., who d. April 15, 187 1, 
in Plympton, aged 45 years. 

Children : 
154. I. Charles Warren9, b. May ir, 1857; resides in 

Halifax, Mass. 

<»(). JosiAH Soule^^ Fuller, {CharksT, Philemon^, Amos^, 

Nathaniel'^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Nov. 17, 181 7, in 

Plympton, Mass.; d. Jan. 27, 1S74, in Faribault, Minn.; m. Dec, 

1S46, Elizabeth Gray Churchill of Duxbury, Mass., who d. Oct. 19, 

1900, in Boston, Mass., and was buried beside her husband in 

Faribault. 

Their children were : 

Elizabeth Parker 9, b. , in Provincetown, 

Mass. ; d. young. 

Elizabeth Parker 9 2d, b. March 5, 1857, in 

Provincetown. 

Effie"' ) 'I- • ( b. , in Provincetown: 

x.-\ n r Iwms -^ , ' * 

Florence 9, J ( cl. young. 

Orlando Wood'', b. , in Provincetown; d. 

young. 

160. VI. Orlando \Vood9 2d, b. , in Fairbault; d. 

young. 

f»3. Lafavetie^ Fuller, {Charles T, PhiIemon^\ Amos 5, 
Na/hanifl'^, Samuel^, S<r»tiicl^, Samue/'), b. Feb. 16, 1834, in 
Plympton, Mass.; m. Aug. 12, 1S62, in Middleboro, Mass., Eunice 
Ada Ellis. 

They reside in Plympton. 

Children : 

161. I. Ida Ellis9, b. May 31, 1863; m. Oct. i, 1880, 

Darius Franklin 9 Fuller, {Joseph H.^, BiidadT, 
Pldleiiwn^\ Amos^, Nathanieh, Samueii, 
Sa HI 11 el ', Sa m uel ' ) . 

162. II. Clara C.'', b. 1872 ; m. May 24, 1891, George A. 

Perkins, and had Robert V.=° and Clara'*'. 

163. III. A daughter, b. March 5, 1874; d. March 8, 1874. 



155. 


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156. 


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157. 
158. 

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IV, 

V, 



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64. Joseph Henry ^ Fuller, {BildadT, Philemon*' ^ Amos^, 
Nathanieh, Satnueli, Samuel^, Siiiniici*), b. Sept. 22, 1S16, in 
Plympton, Mass.; d. April 16, 1900, in Brockton, Mass.; m. Dec. 
9, 1 84 1, Eleanor F. Cook, who d. March 24, 1892. 

Children recorded in Plympton : 

164. I. Mary F.9, b. Nov. 11, 1843; ni. Jan. 13, 1S69, 

Josiah \V. Ripley and had Herbert E.'°, who 
resides in Brockton. 

165. n. Darius Franklin^, b. Feb. 15, 1S53; m. Oct. i, 

18S0, Ida Ellis 9 Fuller, {Lafayette'^, Charles"'^ 
Philemon^, Amos^, Nathanieh, Samuel^ 
Sa m ucl ^, Sii m uei ' . 

66. George Bonney^ Fuller, {BiUadT, Philemon^ j Amos^, 
Nathaniel^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Samuel^), b. Aug. 28, 1S21, in 
Plympton, Mass.; d. there Aug. 16, 1891 ; m. Jan. i, 1847, Sarah 
R.s Fuller, {CharlesT, Philemon^, Amos^, Nathaniel^, Samuel\ 
Samuel', Samuel^ ) . 

Children recorded in Plympton : 

166. I. Juliet Maria9, b. Aug. 17, 1847; ti. May 14, 1855. 

167. til. Everett Standish^, b. March 12, i860; m. Cora L. 

Churchill. 

67. Edward^ Fuller, {Han>cyT, Philemon^, Amos^, 
Nathanieh, Satnuel^, Samuel*, SamueP), ). Nov. 26, 1826, in 
Plympton, Mass.; m. Feb. 22, 1848, Sophia M. Phinney, who d. 
May 29, 1888. 

Children recorded in Plympton : 

168. I. Felicia Hemans9, b. June 12, 1848; d. Nov. 7, 

1883; m. . 

169. II. Edward Harvey^, b. Sept. 29, 1859; m. Aug. 13, 

1884, Margaret M. Hillis. Has no children. 
Resides at Ladoga, Ind. 

170. III. William W.9, b. ; m. Mrs. Ida M. HeindaU. 

68. Dexter^ Fuller, {Han'eyT, Philemon^, AmosS, Nathanieh^ 
Samuel^, Samuel*, Samuel^), b. July 12, 1831, in Plympton, Mass.; 
d. Aug. 20, 1906; m. Dec. 23, 1857, Mary F. Spellman. 

Children : 

171. I. Ernest Linwood9, b. Aug. 19, 1866; d. Jan. 25, 

1881. 

172. til. Frank Irving9, b. Dec. 21, 1869; m. Maiy Alice 

Osborne. 



38 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

77. William^ Fuller, {AmosT, Philemon^, Amos^, Nathaniel^, 
Samuc/i, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Feb. 6, 1838, in Plympton, Mass.; 
m. I, Dec. 31, 1859, Sarah W. Ripley; m. 2, Feb. 4, 1900, Margaret 
C. Thompson. 

Children : 

173. I. Melvin Luvelle9, b. Sept. I, 1861. 

174. II. William Chester 9, b. Feb. 25, 1867. 

175. III. Laura Sherman 9, b. June ii, 1870; m. Nov. 26, 

1896, Horace M. Stetson. 

85, Joshua^ Fuller, {JoshuaT,Jesse^, Barnabas^, Nathaniel^, 

Safnue/2, Saviuc/^. Samuel^), b. July 7, 181 1; d. ; m. i, 

Feb. 4, 1841, Susan M. Robinson; m. 2, Dec. 5, 1855, Mrs. Joanna 

R. Foote of Boston; m. 3, , 1S60, Harriet L. Rogers. He 

was a merchant at Thomaston, Me. 

Children : 

176. I. Ellen M.9, b. May, 1844 ; d. Sept. 26, 1844. 

177. II. George R.9, b. Sept., 1846; d. about 1896, 

unmarried. 

178. III. Frances R.9, b. Oct., 1847 ; d. Aug. 23, 1848. 

179. IV. Susan A.9, b. Dec, 1851 ; d. Jan. i, 1852. 

180. V. Jessie A.9, b. about 1856. 

94, Sylvester H.^ Fuller, (Samt/cP, Jesse^, Barnabas^, 
Nathanich, Samuel^, Samuel^, Sa/nuc/^), b. Nov. 19, 1809, in 
Castine, Me.; d. Jan. 10, 1S85, in Rockland, Me.; m. April 8, 
1837, Amelia Doyle Holmes. 

He was a hotel keeper at Owls Head, Me., and was also in busi- 
ness several years in California. 

Children, born at Owls Head : 
i8i. I. Mary Amelia9, b. April 13, 1838; d. June 12, 1880; 

m. I, May 31, 1S56, Capt. John Lancaster 
Crocker and had one child, Jennie L.'°; m. 2, 
in Boston, Herbert G. Emerson and had 
Margaret '° and George M.'° 

182. II. Charles H.9, b. Sept. 25, 1S39; <i- ]^^^ 6, 1872, in 

San Francisco ; unmarried. 

183. III. Frances Berry9, b. Jan. 31, 1843; m. i, Sept. 17, 

1 860, Judson M. Kalloch and had son, Kendall 
Kalloch ; m. 2, Selleck Raphael. Resides 
N. Y. C. 

184. IV. Martha 9, b. Jan. 30, 1846; d. June 22, 1885; ra. 



FIRST GROUP. 39 

June 7, 1872, Joshua O. Snell of New Bedford, 
Mass., and had Fanny '°, b. May 29, 1876; 
Carrie A.'°, b. Feb. 4, 1877 ; Amy V.'° and 
Charles R.'° 
185. V. Caroline Rose9, b. Dec. 25, 1850; d. April 24, 

1895 ; m. Jan., 1869, William H. Dutcher of 
Boston and had William A., b. March 15, 1872. 
Holmes Genealogy. Gamble Genealogy. 

95. Asa Coombs^ Fuller, {SatnucP, Jesse^, Barnabas^, 
Naihanieh, Satnueii, Samuel^, Samue/'^, b. March 18, 1812; d- 
Dec. 16, 1874, in Lawrence, Mass.; m. i, July 5, 1846, Mary J. 
Snow, b. Sept. 9, 1823, d. Aug. i, 1857 ; m. 2, Anna B. Snow, b. 
April 21, 1840, d. June 17, 1898. 

He was a trader and a deputy collector of internal revenue in 
Thomaston, Me. ; removed to Derry, N. H., and thence to 
Lawrence. 

Children, all born in Thomaston except Asa E., b. in Deny, 
N. H.: 

Frederick Gillraore 9, b. June 7, 1849; m. Caroline 

J . Evans. 
William Frank9, b. July 22, 185 1 ; m. Elizabeth B. 

Cameron. 
Nancy High 9, b. April 17, 1853 ; d. April 30, 1856. 
Julia Adelia9, b. Jan. 26, 1855 ; m. John R. Dean 
and had Clarence W.'o, b. Oct. 6, 1882, Isabel'", 
b. Jan. 13, 1885, Ruth'°, b. Jan. 18, 1SS7 and 
Walter E.'°, b. Jan. 25, 1893. Reside in 
Lawrence, Mass. 
190. V. Lizzie Josephine9, b. June 29, 1857 ; m. Dec. i, 

1877, Otto Kress and had Edward F.'°, b. Feb. 4, 
1877 and Eva B.'°, b. June 5, 1883. 
Sylvester Heuse9, b. Jan. 21, i860; m. H. 

Pomeroy. 
Mark Ingraham9, b. Feb. 14, 1862; m. Lizzie 

Runnels ; resides at Lawrence. 
Nancy High9 2d, b. April 19, 1S64; d. July 6, 
1898; m. Fred H. Libby and had Frederick '°, 
b. April 27, 1895, and Anna Maybelle'°, b. July 
6, 1898. 
194. IX. Anna Belle9, b. April 20, 1866; m. SepL 27, 1899, 

Thomas Hay and had Jessie'**, b. July 16, 1901, 
and James '°, b. April 18, 1906; reside Id 
Lawrence. 



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189. 


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IV. 



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40 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

195. 4^X. .Asa Edmund", b. Jan. 13, 1873; m. Linnie M. 

Nicholson. 

101. Samuel A.*^ Fuller, {Sai/u/c/T, Jcsse^, Barnabas^, 
Na^hanii'h, Samiicii, Sami/c/^, Samuel^), b. July 10, 1825, in 
Boston, Mass; m. May 17, 1855, Susan E. (ireenlaw. 

He was a portrait painter and landscape artist; was chaplain of 
the First Maine Cavalry ; entered the ministry of the Methodist 
Ei)iscopal church ; i>rcachcd in Newi)ort, Bremen, Dresden, Sears- 
mont, Oldtown, Winterport and Searsport, Me.; Leicester, N. 
Brookfield, Millbury and Topsficld, Mass. 

Children : 

196. $1. William John'>, b. Feb. 26, 1856; m. Ada 

Spaulding. 

197. II. Katie Isabella", b. May 28, 1S57, in Bremen, Me.; 

m. Charles A. Huntington and had Edgar A.'°, b. 
Aug. 22, 1885, at Nashua, N. H; Helen A.'°, b. 
April 7, 1S88; .Anna May'°, b. June 12, 1893, 
and Isabella F.'°, b. March 30, 1895. 
19S. III. Samuel A.'^, b. Feb. 22, 1859 ; m. Isabella S. Dean. 

lOo. James W.s Fuller, {Noah P.T, Jcssc^, Barnabas^, 
Nathaniel'^, Samuel^, Samuel-, Saini/ci^), b. Sept. 24, 1809; d. 

Dec. I, 1892, in Searsmont, Me.; m. i, ; m. 2, Margaret 

Wentworth of Searsmont. He owned farms ; burnt lime and 
operated mills. 

Children by first wife. All children born in Searsport, Me. : 

199. I. A daughter'^, b. . 

By second wife : 

200. II. Mary Jane9, b. ; m. and had 5 children. 

Parents both dead. 

201. $111. James9, b. ; m. Sarah Spence. 

202. IV. Aldeny, b. ; removed to California; d. 

unmarried. 

203. V. Andrew'^ b. ; removed to the West; d. 

there unmarried. 

204. VI. Abby'^, b. ; d. in childhood. 

205. VII. Lovicia9, b. . 

206. VIII. Obed'>, b. ; m. ; res. Searsmont. No 

children. 

207. IX. Frank 9, b. ; resides at Searsmont. 

208. X. Edward 9, b. ; removed to the West. 



FIRST GROUP. 41 

209. XI. Noah 9, b. ; killed in mill machinery in 

childhood. 

210. XII. Julia9, b. ; m. ; resides in Mass. 

211. XIII. Rosanna9, b. ; m, ; resides Belfast, 

Me. No children. 

212. XIV. John9, b. ; lives in Maine; unmarried. 

213. XV. Elizabeth9, b. (the youngest) ; m. Burrage; 

res. W. Camden, Me. ; two children. 
It is said there were iq in all, and that the others died in 
childhood. 

106. Jesse Prince^ Fuller, {Noah P.t, Jessc^, Barnabas^ 
Nathaniel '^f Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. April 29, 181 1; d. 
, 1839 ') '^- April, 1835, Theresa Walker of Appleton, Me. 

Children : 

214. Lorna9, b ; d. young. 

110. Hezekiah Prince^ Fuller, {Noah P.t, Jesse^, Barnabas^, 
Naihanich, Samuel^, Samuci^, Samuel^), b. Jan. i, 1820, in Hope, 
Me.; d. Oct. 16, 1903, in Searsmont, Me.; m. March 4, 1847, 
Catherine Safford Mossman, b. Feb. 18, 1827, in Thomaston, Me., 
d. July 29, 1881, in Searsmont. 

Their children, all born in Hope, Me., were : 

215. I. Lucy Safford9, b. Jan. 22, 1848; m. Nov. 11, 1871, 

Leonard W. Luce and had Nellie A.'°, b. June 2, 
1874, in Searsmont; Charles E.'°, b. May S, 
1876, in Hope, and Clifford L.'°, b. Nov. 14, 1884, 
in Searsmont, d. there March 26, 1895. 
. 216. II. Sarah Hale 9, b. May 12, 1850; m. Aug. 8, 1870, 

H. A. Thorndike of Augusta, Me., and has one 
son, b. Nov. 2, 1873, '^ Augusta. 
217. $111. George VVashington9, b. Aug. 7, 1853; m. Mary 

Ellen Pease. 
2t8. IV. Charles Henr)'9, b. Nov. 4» 1855.* 

219. V. Orison Bartlett9, b. Sept. 2, 1857.* 

117. JosiAH J.s Fuller, {JohnT,Jesse^, Barnabas^, Na/hanirl^, 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. April 3, 1823, in Hebron, Me., d. 
Aug. 18, 1909; m. I, 1848, Margaret A. Foster of Buckfield, Me., 
who d. 1854; ra. 2, March, 1855, Mary A. Noble of Auburn, Mc 



*No reply received to letters oi inquiry. 



42 DESCENDANTS OK DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

For a number of years he had a general merchandise store at East 
Hebron. Contractor on Portland and Buckfield, R. R. in 1862. 
Children by first wife. 

220. I. Clifton J.9, b. . 

221. II. Sylvester'^, b. . 

By second wife : 

222. III. Jesse E.9, b. ; m. Dec. 10, 1889, Emily 

Louisa Howard. No children.* 

223. IV. Cora M.y, b. . 

224. V. Clara'', b. 



225. VI. Nettie ¥:\ . 

22C. VII. Lura M,'^ b. . 

227. VIII. Aha A.", b. . 

22S. IX. Frank J.y,b. . 

(The compiler has failed to receive replies from children to whom 
he was referred for information.) 

111). RuFUS P.^ Fuller, {^JohtO,Jessc^y Barnabas^, Na/haniel^, 
Samucli, Samuel^, Saf/iuc/^), h. Nov. 29, 1828, in Hebron, Me.; 
d. May 15, 1908 ; m. , Lydia A. Warner of Sumner, Me. 

Children : 

229. I. A son b. . 

120, Joseph Dana^ Fuller, (Jo/uiT, /esse^, Barnabas s, 
Nathaniehy Samuel^, Sai>ti/c/^, Samuel^), b. Nov. 26, 1S32, in 
Hebron, Me.; d. Feb. 14, 1902 ; m. , Mary Augusta Chaffin. 

Children : 

230. tl. Chailes Rodney'^, b. Dec. 31, 1853 ; m. Ada Foster. 

231. II. Mary Jane '^, b. May 9, 1856, at Portland, Me.; m. 

Oct. 12, 1865, in Boston, Mass., William J. 
Mayo of Portland, and had Walter Huntington '°, 
b. Feb. 24, 1876, in Portland; Arthur Jewett'°, 
b. March 5, 1878, in Portland; Ida May'°, b. 
June 9, 1880, in Boston and Bessie Reynolds '°, 
b. June 5, 1883, in Boston. 

232. III. Agnes Angelia^, b. Jan. 25, 1858, at East Hebron, 

Me.; m. Jan. 25, 1882, in Boston, Robert F. 
Piper of Boston. Their children are Ethel 
May'°, b. Sept. 18, 1884 and Edith Waldron'^ b. 
April 25, 1888. 

233. IV. Ida Ellen9, b. March 22, i860, at E. Hebron; m. 

Sept. 23, 1890, at Medfield, Mass., Daniel 

* Bellows Family Genealogy. 



FIRST GROUP. 43 

Thomas of Walpole, Mass. They have had 
Frank \Valdron'°, b. Oct. 3, 1892, d. Oct 4, 
1892; Grace Chaffin'°, b. islarch 10, 1894, d. 
March 20, 1894; Carl \Vebster'°, b. April 21, 
1896; Eva Gladys'°, b. Nov, 25, 1S97; Bessie 
Church '°, b. Sept. 3, 1899 ^^^ ^^^^ Gordon'", 
b. 1903, at Walpole. 

234. tV. Frederick D.9, b. Nov. 22, 1862 ; m. Helen C. 

Clark. 

235. VI. Carrie Clark9, b. Feb. 22, 1868, in Portland, Me. ; 

m. March 19, 1890, in Medfield, Mass., Edward 
C. Snyder of Boston, Mass., and has Charles 
Edward'", b. Dec. 25, 1891, in Medfield; 
Waldron Lewis'", b. Jan. 11, 1893; Lester 
William'", b. Sept. 9, 1894, and Grace Reed '°, b. 
Oct. 13, 1895 ; the last three b. in Boston. 

236. 4:VIL Louis Edward"^, b. Feb. 23, 1871 ; m. Mabel E. 

Allen. 

237. VIIL Ernma B.9, b. Dec. 31, 1S72, in Boston; m. Nov.9, 

1893, m Medfield, Ko')ert Busby Newcomb. 

238. IX. Julia Smiths, b. Jan. 20, 1875, in Boston; m. 

June 26, 1895, in Boston, Frank N. Si)ear of 
Walpole, Mass., and has (ieorge Dana'°, b. 
Nov. 18, 1895; Marjorie Fuller'", b. ^L1y 5, 
1899 and Henry Dyke Newcomb'", b. Jan. 27, 
1906 ; all born in Walpole. 

122. Jesse Augustus^ Fuller, {BarnabasT, Jesse^, Barnabas^ 
Nathaniel'^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Samuel^), b. March 27, 1829, in 
Hebron, Me.; d. Jan. 2, 1900; m. i, Feb. 24, 1868, in Boston, 

Emma Bean; m. 2, , 1897, Josephine W? (Fuller) Wagg, 

(^Kimball P.t, Jesse*", Barnabas^, Nathanieh, Samuel^, Samuel', 
Samuel^). 

Children by first wife : 

239. L . 

240. II. . 

241. III. . 

(I have failed to obtain further data in regard to this family.) 

128. Frank T.^ Fuller, {BarnabasT, Jesse^, Barnabas^, 
Nathanieh, Samuel^, Samuel*, Samuel^), b. Jan. 13, 1851, in 
Minot, Me.; m. Oct. 20, 1873, Augusta P. Keene. 

He removed to Boston in 1878, where he is now in business ; 
resides in Dorchester, Mass. 



44 DESCENDANl^ OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

Children : 

242. I. Alice Mac", b. Sept. 29, 1882, in Boston; m. April 

5, 1905, Charles W, Homeyer, and has son, Frank 
Fuller'", b. Dec. 30, 1907. 

243. II. Carrie Belief b. Feb. 18, 1885. 

i:j(», Edward VJ^ Fuller, (^Jcssc^, Jesse^, Barnabas^, 

Nathaniel^, Sa/nue/i, Samtici^, Samuel^), b. ; d. ; 

m. . 

He resided in Auburn, Me. 

The following names of the children have been mentioned, 
presumably not in order of birth : 

244. I. Charles'^, b. ; removed to Minnesota. 

245. II. Dora'^, b. ; m. Humbert and removed 

to Arizona. 

246. III. Mary'^, b. ; removed to Arizona. 

247. IV. Edward'^, b. . 

141. Elisha C.^ Fuller, {Isaiah IVJ, Isaac^\ Barnabas^, 
Nathanieh, Samuel^, Saniuc/^, Samuc/'), b. Jan. 31, 1831, in 
Livermore, Me.; d. June 21, 1909, in Bath, Me.; m. Aug. 16, 1857, 
Antoinette A. Walker, who d. Mar. 12, 1898. 

He resided at North Livermore. 

Children : 

248. I. Jessie L.9, b. July xo, 1862, in Framingham, Mass.; 

m. I, Oct. 18, 1882, Charles S. Loring, who d. 
March 31, 1887 ; m. 2, Nov. 24, 1906, Frank W. 
Merritt, M. D. They reside in Jay, Me. Her 
children are Bertha May'° Loring, b. Oct. 31, 
1883, of Mt. Holyoke College, 1904/5, Pratt 
Institute, 1906, now in Commercial Art work in 
New York City; Charles Sewall'° Loring, b. June 
22, 1887, entered Univ. of Me., 1907. 

249. II. Annette M.9, b. April 28, 1864, in Livermore. 

250. HI. N. Bonaparte9, b. June 5, 1868, in Livermore; m. 

Oct. 7, 1907, Evelyn L. Wyman. 

251. tlV. Victor S.9, b. April 9, 1870, in Livermore; m. i, 

Lula A. Pomeroy; m. 2, Bertha A. Sinnette. 

145. Henry Russell^ Fuller, (ImT, Isaac^, Barnabas^, 
Nathanieh, Samuel^, Samuel'*, Samuel^), b. April 27, 1841, in 
Livermore, Me.; d. Dec. 6, 1907, in Temple, Me.; m. i, in N. Y. 
City, Sophia Parker of Jay, Me.; m. 2, July 3, 1889, Ella F. Horne 



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FIRST GROUP. 45 

of Temple, Me. He was a harness maker; a violinist, and in his 
later years a guide for sportsmen in the Maine woods. 
Children, by first wife : 

Charles Henry9, b. March 11, 1865 ; m. Helen L. 

Foster. 
Josephine Lee9, b. Oct. 7, 1866, in N. Y. City; m. 
Aug. 31, 1889, Frederick L. Johnson, and has a 
son, Benjamin W.'°, b. Jan. 30, 1890. 
Leonie May 9, b. Nov. 3, 1868, in Phillips, Me.; 

resides in Lynn, Mass. 
Georgia Lillian 9, b. May 7, 1862, in Phillips; m. 

June 23, 1905, George W. Walsh. 
Frederick Russell9, b. Aug. 17, 1879; "*• Grace N. 
Barry. 
By second wife : 

257. VI. A child that died in infancy. 

152. Ellun Errol^ Fuller, {AsaT, Isaac*", Barnabas^, 
Nathanieh, Samuel^, Samuel*, Samuel\) b. Sept. 4, 1S51, in 
Liverraore, Me.; m. May 10, 1876, Dora M. Thompson of 
Hartford, Me. : 

Their children are : 

258. I. Orlistus Conant9, b. April 16, 1881, in Liverraore. 

259. II. Cornelia Mahala9, b. April 30, 1891, in Liverraore. 

153. Aratus Carroll^ Fuller, {AsaT, Isaac^, Barnabas s^ 
Nathanieh, Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. June i, 1856, in Liver- 
more, Me.; m. i, Dec. 25, 1878, Sarah C. Cummings of Liverraore, 
who d. Feb. 2, 1886 ; m. 2, June 28, 1890, Rose Hersey of Auburn, 
Me. 

Children : 

260. I. Addie Reed 9, b. March 21, 1880; m. Nov. 6, 1899, 

Leon L. Morton of Canton, Me. They reside in 
Hemet, Cal. 

261. II. Celestia Emma9, b. March 2, 1882; m. April 28, 

1904, Ernest R. Wills of Auburn, Me., and had 
Rose Alberta '°, b. June 27, 1906. They reside 
in Hemet, Cal. 

Errol Omar9, b. June 22, 1884 ; d. Oct. 27, 1886. 

Carroll Millett?, b. May 31, 1886. 

Edward Hersey9, b. July 3, 1891. Class of 1912 
Bates College. Director of the College Band 
and Orchestra ; Secretary Auburn and Lewiston 
Musicians' Union (19 10). 



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46 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

170, Everett Standish9 Fuller, {George B?, BildadT, 
Philcmo7i^\ Amos^, Nathanieh, Samue/i, Sa/nue/', Samuel^), b. 
March 12, i860, in Plympton, Mass.; m. Cora L. Churchill, who d. 
Sept., 1908. 

He resides in Middleboro, Mass. 

Children : 

265. I. Nellie L.'°, b. Aug. 18, 1884; d. July 20, 1897, in 

Plympton. 

175. Frank Irving9 Fuller, {Dexter^, Harveyl^ Philemon^, 
Amos^, Nathaniel^, Sainuc/i, Samuel^, Samuel^), h. Dec. 21, 1869; 
m. 1 888, Mary Alice Osborne. 

Children, recorded in Plympton, Mass. : 

266. I. Lillian Frances '°, b. 1888; m. Feb. 25, 1905, 

Freeman N. Stevens. 
Earnest Walter '°, b. Sept. 20, 1893. 
Frederick Martin '°, b. July 13, 1897. 
Ruby Osborne '°, b. July 13, 1900. 
Pearl '°, b. Dec. 20, 1901. 

1S(), Frederick Gillmore^ Fuller, {Asa C?, SamueH, Jesse ^, 
Barnabas^, Nathauich, Sa/nucl^, Safnuel^, Samuel^), I". June 7, 
1849 j ™- July 21, 1872, Caroline J. Evans. 
He is a farmer residing in Berlin, N. H. 
Children : 

Albert C.'°, b. July 26, 1873; m. Mary A. Calkins- 
Harry R.'°, b. Jan. 13, 1876; d. March 28, 1881. 
Edith L.'°, b. Aug. 20, 1877; m. Dec. 17, 1900, 
Alfred C. Whitherbee. They reside in BerUn, 
N. H., and children are : Alfred C", b. 
March 20, 1902; Caroline F.", b. Sept. 2, 1903 
and Beryle Sylvia", b. April 7, 1908. 

ls7. William Frank ^ Fuller, {Asa C.^, SamueH, Jesse^^ 
Barnabdsi', Nathaniel'^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. July 22, 
1851, in Thomaston, Me.; d. May 10, 1909, in Brentwood, N. H. ; 

m. I, Elizabeth B. Cameron, who d. ; m. 2, Dec. 21, 1889, 

Theresa L. Cartlidge, who resides in Lawrence, Mass. 

Children : 
274. L Ethel '°, b. Aug. 16, 1895, in West Andover, Mass. 



267. 


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269. 


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FIRST GROUP. 47 

191, Sylvester Huese9 Fuller. (Asa C.^, Sa/nueP, Jesse*", 
Barnabas i, Nathanieh, Samuel^, Samuel^, Sarfiue/^),h. Jan. 21, 
i860, in Thomaston, Me. ; m. H. Pomeroy? 

Resides in Dorchester, Mass. 

Children : 

275. I. Clara '°, b. . Resides in Boston, Mass. 

195. Asa Edmund 9 Fuller, {Asa C.^, SamuePf Jesse\ 
Barnabas^, Nathanieh, Samuel^, Samuel*, Samue/'), b. Jan. 13, 

1873, in Derry, N. H. ; m. Linnie M. Nicholson. 
Resides in Lawrence, Mass. 
Children, born in Lawrence : 

276. I. Ernest W.'o, b. Sept. 9, 1904. 

277. IL Charles E.'°, b. Oct. 14, 1907. 

196. William John 9 Fuller, {Samuel A.^, SamueP, Jesse*", 
Barnabas^, Nathanieh, Sarnueh, Satnuch, Samueh), b. Feb. 26, 
1856, at Newport, Me. ; m. Ada Spaulding of Somerville, Mass. 

Resides in Derry, N. H. 
Children, all born in Derry, N. H. : 

278. L Samuel A.'°, b. Nov. 26, 1891. 

279. IL William J.'^, b. Sept. 25, 1893. 

280. IIL James S.'°, b. Sept. 23, 1895. 

201. James9 Fuller, {James IV.^, Noah P.T, Jesse*", Barnabas^, 
Nathanieh, Satnueh, Samueh, Samueh), b. , in Searsmoat, 

Me. ; m. Sarah Spence. 
Resides in Searsmont. 
Children : 

281. L A daughter, b. . 

282. IL A daughter, b. . 

283. IIL A daughter, b. . 



217. George Washington 9 Fuller, {Hezekiah P?, Noah PJ, 
Jesse*", Barnabas^, Nathanieh, Samueh, Samueh, Samueh), b. 
Aug. 7, 1853, in Hope, Me. ; m. May i, 1880, Mary Ellen Pease. 
They reside in North Searsmont, Me. 
Their children are : 
284. tl. Clarence Hezekiah '°, b. Aug. 14, 1881 ; m. Alma 

Mae O'Hara. 



48 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

285. II. Arthur Samuel '°, b. Aug. 21, 1884. 

286. III. Albert Brown '°, b. May 29, 1888. 

287. IV. Everett George '°, b. Jan. 19, 1896. 

2:{(). Charles Rodney 9 Fuller, {^Joseph D^, JohnT, Jesse^, 
Barnabas^, Nathanich, Samuel^, Samuel i, Samue/^), b. Dec. 31, 
1853, at East Hebron, Me., m. July 10, 1889, Ada Foster of 
Boston, Mass. They have no children. Mr. Fuller is a Boston 
grocer; director in "The National Association of Retail Grocers of 
the United States," and President of the Boston Retail Grocers 
Association. 

'I'he compiler is indebted to him for much information concerning 
the descendants of John? Fuller (Samue/^). 

2:U. Frederick Dana*? Fuller, {Joseph D?, John^, Jesse^, 
Barnabas^, Nathanieh, Sarnue/^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Nov. 22, 
1862, in East Hebron, Me. ; m. March 14, 1889, Helen C. Clark of 
Portland, Me. 

Mr. Fuller is a lawyer in Boston, residing in Newton, Mass. 

Children, all born at Topeka, Kan. : 
2SS. I. Dana Clark '°, b. March 2, 1890; d. March 4, 1890. 

2S9. II. Warren Clark '°, b. April 16, 1S92. 

290. III. Elizabeth Clark ''^, b. May 23, 1894. 

2:J(;, Louis Edward 9 Fuller, {Joseph D?, JohnT, Jesse^^ 
Barnabas^, Naihanich, Sainuei^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Feb. 22, 
1871, at Portland, Me.; d. June 10, 1907, at Walpole, Mass.; m. 
Sept. 9, 1893, in Newton, Mass., Mabel E. .\llen. 

Their children are : 

291. I. Mildred Allen '", b. June 2, 1894, in Waltham, Mass. 

292. II. Helen Chaffin'°, b. Nov. 17, 1895, in Waltham. 

293. III. Florence Leda'°, b. Jan. 23, 1897, in Soraerville, 

Mass. 

251. ViciOR S.9 Fuller, {Eiisha C.^, Isaiah W.l, Isaac^, 
Barnabas^, Nathaniel^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. April 9, 
1870, in Livermore, Me.; m. i, Jan. 12, 1888, Lula A. Pomeroy, 
who d. Aug. 31, 1899 ; m. 2, May 12, 1903, Bertha A. Sinnette. 

Resides in Bath, Me. 



295- 


11. 


296. 


III. 


297. 


IV. 


298. 


V. 


299. 


VI. 


300. 


VII. 



FIRST CROUP. 49 

Children, all born in Livermore, Me. : 
294. I. Vivia Maude "°, b. Nov. 16, 1888; m. Sept 2, 1907, 

Walter F. Norton and has Carrie Ardell", b. Feb. 
16, 1909. They reside in Bath, Me. 
Paul Jones '°, b. Dec. 14, 1889. 
Guy Soult'°, b. June 12, 1S91. 
Everett Ney'°, b. March 7, 1893. 
Lannes M.'°, b. Oct. 31, 1894. 
Harry L.'°, b. Aug. 18, 1897. 
Carl Woodman '°, b. April 8, 1899. 



252. Charles Henrv9 Fuller, {Henry /^.^, Irat, Isaac\ 
Barnabas^., Nathaniel^, Samuel^, Samuel', Samuel^), b. March i, 
1865, in Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. Aug. 16, 1888, Helen L. Foster. 

They reside in Lynn, Mass. 

Their children are : 

301. I. Walter Russell'", b. Dec. 11, 1899. 

302. II. Harry Earle '", b. Dec. 8, 1904. 



25G. Frederick Russell9 Fuller, {Henry R.^, Jra'i^ Jsaac^, 
Barnabas^, Nathanieh, Samuel^, Safnuel', Samuel*), b. Aug. 17, 
1879, ii^ Phillips, Me. ; m. July 3, 1902, Grace N. Barry. 

They reside in Lynn, Mass. 

Children : 
303. I. Dorothy N.'°, b. . 



TENTH GENERATION. 

271, Albert Cole'° Fuller, {Frederick GS, Asa C?, SamueP, 
Jesse^, Barnabas^, Nathanieh, Samuel^, Samuel', Samuel*), b. 
July 26, 1873; m. April 12, 1898, in South Framingham, Mass., 
Mary A. Calkins. 

They reside in Fitchburg, Mass. 

Children : 

304. I. Thelma Grace", b. March 18, 1899, in South 

Framingham. 

305. II. Harry Raymond ", b. Jan. 6, 1901, in Fitchburg. 

306. III. Merle Evans", b. Aug. 11, 1909, in Fitchburg. 



50 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

280. Clarence Hezekiah "o Fuller, {George IV.9, HezekiahP?^ 
Noah P.T, Jesse^, Barnabas^, Nathanieh, Samueli, Samuel*, 
Sawue/^), b. Aug. 14, 1881, in Searsmont, Me. ; m. June 8, 190 1, 
Alma Mae O'Hara. 

They reside in Searsmont. 

Their children, all bom in Searsmont, are : 

307. I. Wilbur Clarence", b. March 29, 1902. 

308. II. Lytle Ella", b. Nov. 26, 1904. 



SECOND GROUP. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 
SETH* FULLER, AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS. 

15. Seth4 Fuller, {Samuel^, Samuel'', Samuel^), b. Aug. 30, 
1692 (Plymouth Records) ; date and place of death not found; m. 
I, May 12, 1720, Sarah Wright (Plympton Records), who d. June 
7, 1726, at Plympton j and Plympton Records also state that Seth 
Fuller m. March 8, 1727, Deborah Cole, widow of Samuel Cole. 

Children, recorded at Plympton : 

I. $L ArchippusS, b. May 17, 1721 ; m. i, Mary Pratt; 

m. 2, Maria (Rider) Churchill. 

2 IL Sarahs, b. Jan. 27, 1728. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

1. ArchippusS Fuller, (Seih^, Samue/i, Samuel', Samuel^), h. 
May 17, 1721, in Plympton, Mass.; d. 181 1, in Hartford, Vl, aged 
91 years; ra. i, Aug. 23, 1748, Mary Pratt (Plympton Records); 
ra. 2, Sept. 26, 1753, Maria (Rider) Churchill, "and removed to 
Woodstock, Vt." (Churchill Family Genealogy.) 

May 5, 1782, Archippus Fuller and " Meriah," his wife, were 
received into full communion in the Woodstock Congregational 
church. 

Children : 

3. *I. Seth^ b. ; m. Olive Dutton. 

■ 4. ^^H. Samuel^, b. 1764; m. Sarah Freeman. 

And perhaps others. 



6. 


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III. 


8. 


IV. 



52 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

;{, Seth*^ Fuller, {Archippus^, Seth^, Samuel^, Samuel^, 

Samuel^), b. ; d. , 1837; m. about 1780, Olive 

Button, b. Aug. 17, 1761, d. Aug. 16, 1828, dau. of Samuel Dutton, 
who removed from Woodbury, Ct., to Woodstock, Vt., in 1778, and 
remained there until 1796. (Tucker's Hist, of Hartford, Vt.) Seth 
Fuller was a fifer in the Revolutionary war. He and his father 
each bought a loo-acre lot in the western part of Woodstock in 
1784, and sold property in 1792, and the last deed mentions Seth as 
of Hartford, Vt. 

Children : 

5. I. Lois 7, bapt. June i, 1783 (Cong, church records, 

Woodstock) ; m. Stephen Parker. "Of their 
children three daughters lived and two married." 

Oliver', b. March 13, 1785 ; m. Sarah Thorn. 

Adelaide 7, b. ; d. young. 

Abner7, bapt. May 12, 1787; d. Nov. 12, 1868, 
aged 81 years, 3 m. (Hartford, Vt., Rec.) ; m. 
I, Jan. 26, 1814, Olive Savage; m. 2, Mary 
Savage. No children. He was a deacon in the 
Cong, church. 

Amelia', b. ; d. young. 

Susan', b. ; d. young. 

Deborah', b. Jan. 8, 1792; bapt, Feb. 19, 1792; 
d. Jan. 4, 1S58; m. Dec. 23, 1813, Solomon 
Hazen, b. Aug. 22, 1788, d. Oct. 29, 1834; had 
three sons, Carleton*^, Edward^ and Norman^. 

12. Vni. Sarah', b. ; bapt. March 16, 1794; d. 

; m. July 4, 1815, Hastings Savage, b. 

Nov. 20, 1789. 

13. IX. Abigail' (Nabby), b. ; bapt. May 15, 1795 ; 

d. June, 1862, aged 66 ; m. Joseph Crandall, who 
d. Aug. 28, 1856. They lived in Hartford, Vt., 
and had six children, four of whom lived to 
maturity. 

14. X. Mary', b. ; m. Jacob Black of Stowe, Vt. 

15. XI. John', b. 1799; d. Sept. 14, 1861, aged 72 yrs., 

I m., id. (Hartford, Vt., Rec); m. i, 

Dewey of Ct. (See Dewey Gen.) ; m. 2, Feb. 22, 
1849, Caroline Savage, who d. Feb. 3, 1879. He 
had chiklren by first wife that d. in infancy ; 
none by second wife. John Fuller was a deacon 
in the W. Hartford, Vt., Congregational church. 



9. 


V. 


10. 


VI. 


II. 


VII. 



SECOND GROUP. 53 

4. Samuel** Fuller, {Archippus^, Scth'^, Samuel i, Samuel ^^ 
^awi/**/'), b. about 1764, perhaps in Woodstock, Vl ; d. April 17, 
1849, aged 85, in Stowe, Vt. ; m. Sarah Freeman, who d. Sept- 13, 
1 85 1, aged 75 years. Samuel Fuller removed to Stowe, Vl, in 
1807, probably from Woodstock, since it was there his son Joseph 
was born. Probably he was the Samuel Fuller of Woodstock, 
mentioned in Dana's Hist, of Woodstock, as owning an interest in a 
saw-mill in the northwest part of the town. 

Children : 

16. tl. Joseph?, b. about 1797, in Woodstock; m. Mercy 

Hodgman. 

17. $11. .^rchippus?, b. Nov. 19, 179S; m. Esther Sartle. 

18. $111. Bethuel Washburn?, b. Sept. 4, iSoo; m. i, Abigail 

Head; m. 2, Dolly (Head) Barrows. 

19. $IV. Madison?, b. ; m. Althea Parcher. 

20. tV. Samuel Freeman?, b. May 6, 1803; m. Elizabeth 

Kingsley. 

21. VI. Myron?, b. ; m. and removed to N. Y. 

state. 

22. $Vn. George?, b. ; m. . 

23. Vni. Hawley?, b. ; d. in early manhood; was a 

lawyer. 

24. IX. Charles?, b. ; d. about 1848, aged 40; 

unmarried. 

25. X. Maria?, b. ; d. about 1841, in Stowe, VL; 

m. Josiah Keith. 



SEVENTH GENERATION. 

6. Oliver? Fuller, {Seth^, Archippus^, Seth*, Samuel^ 
Samuel*, Samuel^), b. March 13, 1785, in Woodstock, Vt. ; d. Nov. 
i5> 1855, in Stowe, Vt. ; m. Sept. 10, 1807, Sarah Town, b. Aug. 31, 
1787, in Sharon, Vt. 

Children : 

26. I. Elvira^ b. June 9, 1808, in Stowe, Vt. ; d. ; 

m. Charles Brigham of Morristown; had one 
child. 

27. til. Seth^ b. Feb. 8, iSii ; m. Paraelia Bingham. 

28. III. Lucy^ b. Oct. 21, 1812, in Stowe, VL; ne\er 

married. 

29. tlV. Salem^ b. July 11, 1814, in Stowe, VL; m. 

Mehitable Cheney. 



54 DESCKNDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

IG. Joseph? Fuller, {Samuti^\ Archippus^, Scih^, Samuel^, 
Samuel^, Sainuc/'), b. March 13, 1797, in Woodstock, Vt. ; d. 
Nov. 6, 1881, in Stowe, Vt. ; m. 1824, Mercy Hodgman, b. 
March 26, 1797, in Hartland, Vt., d. Jan. 31, 1885. 

Children : 

30. $1. Philo PVancis^ b. Sept. 25, 1825; m. Candace 

Richardson. 

31. II. Caroline Cordeha'', b. May 18, 1829; d. April 17, 

1 888; ni. David Hrown of Stowe, Vt., and had 
Hollis M.'', b. Aug. 7, 185 1 and Hattie M.9, b. 
Oct. 26, 1856. 

32. till. Samuel Thomas'^, b. Feb. 16, 1831 ; m. EHzabeth 

Town. 

33. IV. Vodica Maria^ b. May i, 1833; d. Dec. 6, 1893, 

in Framinghani, Mass.; m. May 11, 1852, Joseph 
J. Hoynton, and had Alice Bingham 9, b. Oct. 30, 
1855 ; Ada Delano", b. March 31, i860; Joseph 
Stannard^, b. May 12, 1863; Elsie Maria 9, b. 
Aug. 9, 1871, who m. Se])t. 15, 1892, Clarence 
Edward Dunavan of the National Shawmut Bank 
of r<oslon. 

34. V. Mary Churchill^, b. May 4, 1835; m. i, July 19, 

1863, Otis G. Hatch; m. 2, J. A. Smith of 
Orleans, Vt. Children (Hatch): Seward 9, b. 
Jan. 16, 1866; Ola M.9, b. Dec. 25, 1867 and 
Jessie M.", b. Dec. 2, 1869. 

35. VI. Joseph Henry'^, b. Aug. 7, 1837; d. March, 1838. 

36. VII. Sarah Eunice^, b. May 28, 1S40; m. i, Feb. 9, 

1866, \V. H. H. Boor, who d. April, 1870; m. 2, 
Oct. 14, 1877, Henry Clough of Troy, Vt. 
Children: Mary Eunice Poor, b. Feb. 5, 1867; 
Howard Harrison Poor, b. May 27, 1868 and 
Ernest Albert Clough, b. Sept. 23, 1878. 

37. VIII. Claribcl Alantha^ b. Nov. 13, 1845; m. i, 

Gould ; m. 2, George Hall of Springfield, Vt. 

17. .'\rchippus7 Fuller, {Samuel^, Archippus^, Seth^, Samuel^, 
Samuel*, Samuel'), b. Nov. 19, 1798, in Hartland, Vt. ; d. Oct. 28, 
1 888, in Tarkio, Mo. ; m. June 5, 1823, in Stowe, Vt., Esther Sartle, 
b. Aug. 9, 1806, in Stowe; d. June 22, 1862, in Independence, la. 

He removed to Ashburnham, Mass., about 1853 and about 1856 
to Des Moines, la., with wife and four youngest children. 

Their children were : 

38. I. Juhus Vilroy^ b. June 25, 1824; d. May, 1849. 



39. 


II. 


40. 


III. 


41. 


IV. 



SECOND GROUP. 55 

Henry^, b. , 1826; d. in infancy. 

Louisa Jane^ ) , . , t i o - i ^1- i"^ infancy. 

x?y A s ?• twins, b. July 4, 1827 -^ ,., , „^i 
Eliza Ann ° | > j -r t» 1 ( d. Mar.,1896, 

in Des Moines, la.; m. i, Pierce, who d. 

; m. 2, Rice. She had a dau., 

Eda Pierce, who m. but d. without issue. 

42. tV. Charles Carroll^ b. May 21, 1829; m. Stella 

Anstess Hosley. 

43. VI. Elvira Jane^, b. April 13, 1831 ; d. about 1864, in 

Iowa; m. Sparling and had Elfreda^, b. 

1858; Susan 9, b. about i860 and Oscar9, b. 
1865. 

44. tVII. George Hawley^, b. Aug. 14, 1841 ; m. i, Adelaide 

Boome ; m. 2, . 

45. tVIII. Oscar Martin^, b. Sept. 5, 1844 ; m. . 

46. IX. Susan Maria ^, b. April 18, 1846; d. March, 1904, 

in Iowa; was a fine scholar; taught school 

several years ; m. Harwood ; had three 

children ; children and parents dead. 

18. Bethuel Washburn? Fuller, {Samuel^, Archippus^, Seth^^ 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel ^^, b. Sept. 4, 1800, in Woodstock, VL; 
d. July 19, 1867, in Montgomery, Vt. ; m. i, Abigail Head of 

Montgomery, who d. ; m. 2, her sister, Mrs. Dolly (Head) 

Barrows. He was a physician in Montgomery for many years. 

Children, b. in Montgomery : 

47. I. William^, b. Oct. 8, 1832 ; d. in the army; enlisted 

and raised a company, of which he was Captain, 
in the Civil war. 

48. $11. George H.^, b. March 31, 1835; m. Jane 

Wightman. 

49. III. Hattie^, b. March 17, 1837; m. 1855, George L. 

Clapp of Montgomery, Vt., and had William J. 9, 
b, Nov. 28, 1857 and Charlotte'', b. April 3, 1S66. 

50. IV. Abigail '*, b. Sept. 8, 1839; m. Warren Rawson and 

had Charles Fuller 9 and Isabel 9. 

51. V. Cornelia^, b. March 11, 1842. 

52. VI. Nancy^, b. April 29, 1844; m. James E.Smith of 

Montgomery, and had 10 children, of whom six 
are now (1910) living, Hattie9, Sadie9, James*, 
Henry 9, Ethel 9 and Hazel 9. 

19. Madison? Fuller, {Samuel^, Archippus^, Seth^^ Samuel ^^ 

Samuel^y Samuel^), b. ; d. ; m. • , Althea 

Parcher. 



56 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

He was a mason. The family removed to Minneapolis, Minn., 
where his descendants live. 
Children : 

53. I. Ellen^ b. . 

54. II. Delias, b. . 

55. III. Myra^, b. . 

56. IV. A son, b. ; d. in childhood. 

20, Samuel Freeman? Fuller, {Samuel^, Archippus^, Scth^, 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), h. May 6, 1803, in Woodstock, Vt. ; 
d. Oct, 19, 1866, in Montgomery, Vt. ; m. Sept. 19, 1841, Elizabeth 
Kingsley of Montgomery, who d. April 18, 188 1. 

He was a farmer and a shoemaker. 

Children : 

57. I. Maria Elizabeth^, b. April 15, 1843; d. Jan. 31, 

1873- 

58. 4^11. Bethuel Hawley'^, b. Jan. 9, 1846; m. Caroline J. 

Noyes. 

59. tin. Jonathan Kingsley^ b. May 13, 1848; m. Gertrude 

F. Smith. 

22, George? Fuller, {Samuel i, Archippus^, Seih^, Samuel*, 
Samuel^), b. ; d. ; m. , Jane . 

Lived in Milton, Vt., many years, and then removed to 
Minnesota. He was a musician. 

Children : 

60. I. George^, b. . 

61. II. Jed^ b. . 

62. III. Don^b. . 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

27. Seth^ Fuller, {OHverT, Seih^, Archippus^, Seih^, Samuel^, 

Samuel^, Samuel'), b. Feb. 8, 181 1, in Hartford, Vt. ; d. ; 

m. Dec, 1837, Pamelia Bingham. 

Children : 

63. I. Harriet9, b. Sept. 19, 1838; d. Sept., i860; 

unmarried. 

64. II. Ellen L.9, b. Feb. 13, 1845 ; m. March 28, 1865, 

Joseph S. Wheeler and had Stedman C.'°, b. 
March i, 1867 and Lillian H.'°, b. Jan. 23, 1872, 
d. Nov. 21, 1874. They reside in Walerbury, Vt. 



SECOND GROUP. 57 

65. III. Mary9, b. Feb. 26, 1847; d. April 14, 1865; 

unmarried. 

66. IV. Emma C.9, b. Sept. 7, 1852 ; m. Oct., 1S70, George 

Sawyer of Stowe, Vt. 

29. Sai.emS Fuller, {OiiverT, Seth^, Archippm^, S^th^ 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. July 11, 1814, in Stowe, VL; d. 
— — ; m. , Mehitable Cheney. 

Children : 

67. I. Berton9, b. ; d. ; m. and had one 

son. 

68. II. A dau.9, b. j d. ; m. and had one 

dau. 

30. Philo Francis^ Fuller {Joseph^, Samuel^, Archippus\ 
Seih^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Satnuci^), b. oept. 25, 1825, in Stowe, 
Vt. ; d. Dec. 10, 1905; m. Sept., 1854, Candace Richardson, 
Stowe, Vt. 
Children : 

69. I. Frank9, b. . Resides in Hadley, Mass. 

70. II. Mary9, b. ; m. Wood. Resides in 

Chester, Vt. 

71. III. Irving9, b. ; d. . 

72. IV. Elsworth9, b. . Resides in Mich u;an. 

73* V. A son, ) ^ . ( , , 

1 \^^ \ A \ twins, b. : d. . 

74. VI. A dau., it 

32. Samuel Thomas'* Fuller, {JosephT, Samuel^, Archippus^, 
Seth^, Samuel i, Samuel^, SarnueP), b. Feb. 16, 1831, in Stowe, VL; 
d. there April 26, 1905 ; m. March 30, 1S62, Elizabeth Town, now 
(1910) living in Stowe. 

Children, born in Stowe : 

75. I. Sarah E.9, b. May 15, 1866; d. July 19, 1902; m. 

Jan. 8, 1889, Andrew J. Magoon. 

76. *II. Herbert G.9, b. May 18, 1869; ui. Clara Louise 

Jacobs. 

42. Charles Carroll® Fuller, {Archippusf^ Samuel^, 
Archippus^, Seth^, Satnueli, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. May 21, 1829, 
in Stowe, Vt. ; m. April 22, 185 1, in Gardner, Mass., Stella Anstess 
Hosley, b. June 25, 1834, in Janaaica, Vt; d. Dec. 30, 1891, in 
Riverside, R. I. 

He resides in PittsHeld, Mass. 



78. 


II. 


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III. 


8o. 


IV. 



58 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

Children born to ihcm were : 

77. I. Eda Eniogene'^, b. Dec. 14, 1851, in Gardner; m. 

Irving Ballou and resides in Swansey, N. H. 
They have three children, Unabella'°, Bernice '° 
and Carrie E.'° 

Calista E.", b. Dec. 9, 1853 5 ^' March 12, 1867. 

Liz/ie Augusta"', b. Jan. 31, 1S56 ; d. Sept. 8, 1878. 

Carrie I'vlzada Maria'^, b. July 2, 1858, in 
Ashburnhani, Mass.; m. Aug. 22, 1877, Albert 
C. Coleman. They reside in Gardner and have 
three children, all b. there: Ethel '"j b. May 17, 
18S0, a teacher in Springfield, Mass.; Blanche 
U."^, b. Sept. 8, 1885, a teacher in Chicopee, 
Mass., and Leon N.'°, b. Jan. 4, 1887, resides in 
Gardner. 

81. V. Nellie Eliza Lovinia'°, b. Nov. 8, i860, in 

,\shl)urnham ; m. June, 1885, Frank H. 
Goodspeed, and has dau., Helen F.'°, b. May 12, 
1 886. They reside in Gardner. 

82. tVI. Julius Vilroy'^, b. Jan. 14, 1864; m. Carrie L. 

Coleman. 

83. VII. Samuel Elwin'', b. Aug. 11, 1866; d. Sept. 10, 

1867. 

84. VIII. Mary Louise'^ b. Oct. 23, 1868; m. Dec. 24, 1887, 

Chester H. Learned and had Mildred A.'°, b. 
July 17, 1 89 1, in Gardner. 

85. IX, Albertie*', b. Jan. 24, 1871 ; d. in infancy. 

86. X. Francis Merriam^', b. Jan. 25, 1874, in Gardner; 

ni. Feb. 22, 1910, Carrie L. (Coleman) Fuller. 

44. George Hawlev^ Fuller, {ArchippusT, Samuel^, 
Anhippi/s^, Si'th-^, Samucii, Saviuel^, Samuel^), b. Aug. 14, 1841, 
probably in Stowe, Vt. ; d. March 26, 1906, in Tarkio, Mo.; m. 
about 1873, Adelaide Boome, who d. about 1898 ; m. 2, . 

Dr. George H. Fuller was a soldier of the Civil war, and after its 
close completed his education as a physician and began the practice 
of his profession in Iowa. He was greatly beloved by all, and was 
called the poor man's friend. 

Children : 

87. I. Albert9, b. Sept. 28, 1905. 

45. Oscar Martin^ Fuller, {Archippus'^ , Samuei^y Anhippus^, 
Scth'^, Samucii, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Sept. 5, 1844, probably in 
Stowe, Vt. ; m. about 1873, • 



SECOND GROUP. 59 

Oscar M. Fuller removed with his father from Mass. to Iowa in 
1S56. He was a soldier of the Civil war; came out of it broken in 
health and has been a sufferer ever since ; is a resident of Seattle, 
Wash. 

88. I. A son, b. ; d. about 1906. 

89. II. George^ b. about 1871; resides in Seattle; is in 

railway mail service. 

4G. George H.^ Fuller, {Bethuel WJ, Samt/el*', Archippus'^^ 
Scih^, Samuel^, Sa?nucl^, Samuel^), b. March 31, 1835, in 
Montgomery, Vt. ; served nine months in the Civil war; d. May, 
1909 ; m. Jane Weightman of Richland, Vt. 

Children : 

90. I. William'>, b. . 

91. II. Beecher^, b. . 

92. III. Georgey, b. . 

08, Bethuel Hawlev^ Fuller, {Samuel /^7, Sainucl^, 
Archippus^, Sc/h^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Jan. 9, 1846, in 
Montgomery, Vt. ; m. Nov. 22, 1877, Caroline J. Noyes, b. Nov. 7, 
1851. 

They reside in Montgomery. 

Their children are : 

93. I. Clayton J.9, b. July 30, 1882. 

94. II. Elizabeth K.9, b. Jan. 5, 1888. 

69, Jonathan Kingslev^ Fuller, {Samuel /^,7, Samuel*^, 
Archippus^, Seih'^, Saviueli, Safiiucl^, Samuel'), b. May 13, 184S, 
in Montgomery, Vt. ; m. Sept. 16, 1875, Gertrude F. Smith, b. Feb. 
12, 1856, in Richford, Vt. 

Mr. Fuller studied law and later took a theological course, and 
entered the ministry in 1874. He was pastor at Bakersfield, Vt., 
Congregational church, 1 876-1889, then at Bakers' Landing, later at 
the Old South church at Windsor, Vt., and at present is chaplain of 
the Vermont State Prison. 

Their children were : 

95. I. John Harold9, b. June 27, 1876, in Richford; m. i, 

July 7, 1904, Caroline Houghton of Lyndonville, 
Vt., who d. Nov. 16, 1907 ; m. 2, Sept. i, 1909, 
Olicta Longworthy of Brandon, Vl No childreo. 



6o DESCENDANTS OK DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

96. II. Hawlcy Leigh 9, b. July 28, 1878, at Bakersfield, 

Vt. ; (i. May 9, 1895. 

97. III. Raymond G.*^, b. March 26, 1S86, at Bakersfield. 

98. IV. Robert Svimuel^, b. Feb. 28, 1893. 



NINTH GENERATION. 

7(i. Herhert ('..*> Fuller, {Saniuei T.^, Joseph^, Samuel^, 
Archippus^, Scth'^, Samittli, Samuel*, Samuel^), b. May 18, 1869, 
in Stowe, Vt. ; m. Sept. 25, 1S95, Clara Louise Jacobs, b. Sept. 12, 

1874. 

Mr. Fuller is a farmer in Stowe. 
Children : 

Elizabeth J.'°, b. Jan. 27, 1897. 

Ada l^)uise'°, b. Feb. 28, 1898. 

Roger Grant '°, b. Oct. 2, 1899; d. April 2, 1901. 

Clara Beatrice '°, b. Oct. 26, 1900. 

Rono»lt/r:o }«"-{>'• Oct- "..90.. 

Theodore H.'°, b. May 26, 1904. 
Hilda Carlotta'°, b. Nov. 2, 1907. 

77. Julius Vilroy^ Fuller, {Charles C.^, Archippusi, Samuel^^ 
Archippus\ Seih^, SamueH, Samuel*, SarnueP), b. Jan. 14, 1864, in 
Ashburnham, Mass. ; d. Aug. 25, 1907, in Pittsfield, Mass.; m. 
May, 1889, Carrie L. Coleman, in Pittsfield. 

Children ; 
107. I. Lulu'°, b. Dec. 16, 1890, in Pittsfield. 



99. 

100. 


I. 
II. 


101. 


III. 


102. 


IV. 


103. 

104. 

105. 


V. 

VI. 
VII. 


106. 


VIII. 



THIRD GROUP. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

EBENEZER* FULLER, {SamueP) AND SOME OF HIS 
DESCENDANTS. 

16. Ebenezer4 Fuller, (Samue/i, Samue/', Samuel^), b. 
March 24, 1695, in Plymouth, Mass.; d. May 2, 1759, in Kingston, 
Mass.; m. Int. Pub. March 17, 1721, with Joanna Gray. 

Plymouth Probate Records, Vol. 2, p. 192 : Will of Ebenezer Fuller 
of Kingston, dated 1755, mentions wife Joanna, sons Josiah and 
Ebenezer, and daughters Rebecca, Lois and Eunice. 

Children, recorded in Plymouth : 

1. $1. Josiahs, b. May 15, 1722 ; m. Lydia Cushman. 

2. 'II. Samuels, b. Oct. 14, 1723; d. April 22, 1724. 

3. III. Rebeccas, b. April 23, 1725; m. Aug. 31, 1783, 

Elijah Alden. 
Recorded at Kingston (Rebecca as above), and : 

4. IVi Hannahs, b. June S, 1727 ; d. Aug. 20, 1736. 

5. V. Mercys, b. Aug. 29, 1730; d. Jan. 8, 1733/4- 

6. VI. Loi.sS, b. Nov. 16, 1733; d. Feb. 25, 1790; m. 

May 2, 1764, Nicholas Davis. 

7. VII. Eunices, b. May 5, 1736; ra. 1760, Ebenezer (or 

Jeduthan) Robbins. 

8. tVlII. Ebenezer s, b. Feb. 16, 1737^8; m. Int. i, Lois 

Rider ; 2, Hannah Rider. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

1. Josiah s Fuller, ( El/enezer^, Samuel i, Samuel*, Samtul*), 
b. May 15, 1722, in Plymouth, Mass.; d. Sept. 3, 1805, in Kingston, 



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Mass.; m. Jan. 21, 1746, Lydia Cushman, b. Sept. 29, 1726, d. 
April 3, 1784. 

He was a blacksmith, and lived in Kingston, Dartmouth and 
Duxbury. 

Children, the first two as recorded at Kingston; the others as 
given in H. W. Brainard's MSS., which says b. in Kingston : 

Hannah'^', b. Nov. 15, 1747 ; d. Nov. 27, 1747. 
Josiah", b. Oct. 31, 1748 ; m. Elizabeth Holmes. 
Zephaniah^, b. 1750; m. Mary Loring. 
ThankfuK', b. 1751; m. Oct. 24, 1771, Sylvanus 

Kvcrson. 
Malachi^', b. 1753. 
LennieK', b. 1755. 
Livia^ b. 1757. 

Lydia^ b. Aug. 21, 1759; d. July 17, 1842; m. i. 
May 15, 1780, Elisha Cushman; m. 2, Perez 
Bradford of Kingston. She had a son, Thomas', 
b. May 15, 1 781, at Kingston. 
Joanna'', b. 1761 ; d. young. 

Joanna^' 2d, b. 1763; m. Sampson (H. W. 

W. MSS.) ; m. Aug. 14, 1799, Jeremiah Sumner 
(Kingston and Taunton Records). 
James'', b. 1 768. 
I'^leazer'', b. . 

8. Ebknp:zer5 Fuller, {Ebenczer^, Samuel^, Satnuel^, 

Sami/c/^), b. Feb. 16, 1737/8 (Kingston Records) ; d. ; m. 

Int. Pub. Nov. 6, 1756, with Lois Rider (Plymouth Record); m. 
Dec. I, 1756 (Middlcboro Record); m. Int. Pub. Aug. 15, 1761, 
with Hannah Rider (Plymouth Records); m. Oct. 21, 1761 
(Bailey, Mass., Records). 

Children, born to " Ebenezer Fuller and Lowis his wife " : 
21. I. Ebenezer'', b. Feb. 17, 1758. (Plymouth Record.) 

Plymouth, Mass, Deeds, Vol. 56, p. 245, dated July 11, 1772: 
Ebenezer Fuller of Kingston, mariner, to Josiah Fuller of Kingston, 
yeoman, three rights or shares in 30 acres of woodland, being 3-6 
parts of the whole, given by John Gray of Kingston, deceased, to 
his daughter Joanna Fuller ; also : that part of the homestead lands 
anil buildings belonging to the estate of my honored father Ebenezer 
Fuller, late of Kingston, deceased, which he gave me in his last will. 

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SIXTH GENERATION. 

10, JosiAH^ Fuller, {Josiah^, Ebenezet^f Sajnuel^, Samuel*, 

Sa7nuel^), b. Oct. 31, 1748, at Kingston, Mass.; d. ; m. 

Nov. 12, 1772, Elizabeth Holmes, who d. Aug. 10, 1829. 

Children, recorded in Kingston : 

22. I. John Holmes?, b. Oct. 28, 1774; d. March 12, 

i860. 

23. n. Content?, b. Nov. 27, 1777; d. May 19, 1784. 

24. HI. Lemuel?, b. June 25, 1781. 

25. tlV. Josiah?, b. Dec. 11, 1783; m. Lucy Bradford. 

26. tV. Ephraim Holmes?, b. Aug. 6, 1786; m. Lydia 

Johnson. 

11. Zephaniah'^ Fuller, (^Josiah^, Ebenezer^, Samuel \ 

Sa7ftuel^, Samuel^), b. 1750, at Kingston, Mass. ; d. ; m. 

Dec. II, 1 78 1, Mary Loring. 

Children, recorded in Kingston : 

27. L Sarah ?, b. Sept. 3, 1782; m. i, Carey; m. 2, 

Shipley. 

28. n. Zephaniah?, b. Jan. 13, 1784; d. Oct. 3, 1S06. 

29. $nL George?, b. Aug. i, 1785; ra. i, Sarah Kuhn; m.2, 

Susannah Gill. 

30. 4^IV. Ebenezer?, b. Aug. 6, 1788; m, Harriet Blanchard. 

31. V. Loring?, b. Nov. 19, 1789. 

32. VL Perez?, b. Jan. 11, 1797 ; m. Elizabeth Adams. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

25. JosiAH? Fuller, {Josiah^, Josiah^, Ebenezer'^, Samuel^, 
Samuel^, Samuel^), b. 1783, at Kingston, Mass.; d. Aug. 14, 186S; 
m. Nov. 29, 1807, Lucy Bradford of Plymouth, who d. Jan., 1870. 

Children, born at Kingston : 

33. L Josiah^, b. Sept. 16, 1808. 

34. tn. Charles Warren^ b. April 29, 18 10; ra. Maria 

Bisbee. 

35. HL Elizabeth Holmes^ b. Jan. 12, 1812; m. June 3, 

1832, Thomas Howe of Boston. 

26, Ephraim Holmes? Fuller, {Josiah^^ Josiah^, Ebenezer^ , 
Samuel^, Samuel', Samuel^), b. Aug. 6, 1786, in Kingston, Mass.; 
d. there Aug. 29, 1872 ; m. 181 2, Lydia Johnson, who d. Sept. 29, 
1880, aged 91 y. 8 m. 



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Children, recorded at Kingston : 

36. I. Lydia*^, b. Oct. i, 1812 ; m. Oct. 23, T831, Leavitt 

T. Robbins of Plymouth, Mass. 

37. II. I^muel^ b. July 22, 1814 ; d. at sea July 8, 1837. 

38. III. Deborah C.^ b. March 12, 1816; m. Int. Pub. 

April 23, 1827, with Elbridge G. Winsor. 
Children, all born in Kingston, were : Mary 
Helen9, b. April 19, 1841, d, July 20, 1845; 
Eugenia9, b. March 6, i S47, m. Sept. 25, 1872, 
Francis H. Webb, and Clara 9, b. Aug. 30, 1853, 
d. Sept. 16, 1872. 

39. IV. Content, b. Feb. 12, 1818; d. Oct. 18, 1840. 

29, George' Fuller, {Zephaniaffif Josiah^, Ebenezer'>, Samuel^^ 

Samuel', SamueP), b. Aug. i, 1785 ; d. ; m. i, Sarah Kuhn 

of Duxbury, Mass., Nov. 29, 1812 ; m. 2, March 26, 1 835, Susannah 
B. Gill. 

Children : 

40. I. Sarah Kuhn*^, b. Sept. 14, 1813; ra. John L. 

Hunnewell. 

41. II. George James^, b. Nov. 19, 1815; d. Dec. 25, 

1 84 1, at St. Croix; unmarried. 

42. till. John Kuhn^, b. April 30, 1817; m. Harriet West. 

(F. A. Fuller MSS.) 

30. Ebenezer7 Fuller, {Zephaniah^, Josiah^, Ebenezer^^ 
Samuel i, Samuel', Samuel^), b. Aug., 1788, in Kingston, Mass.; 
d. ; m. April 11, 1816, Harriet Blanchard. . 

Children : 

43. I. Edward E.«, b. , 182 1 ; d. , 1833. 

44. II. James M.**, b. June 20, 1824; m. Dec. 18, 185 1, 

Jane A. Spelman. 

45. III. Caroline W.s, b. March 31, 1828. 

46. IV. George W.^, b. May 20, 1831 ; m. Elizabeth 

Pinckney, Sept. 2, 18 ? 

47. V. Martha C.«, b. June 7, 1833; m. William F. Miller, 

June 7, 1854. (F. A. Fuller MSS.) 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

84, Charles Warren** Fuller, {JosialP, Josiah^, Josiah^, 
Ebenezer^, Samuel^, Samuel', Samuel^), b. April 29, 1810, at 
Kingston, Mass.; d. Jan. 27, 1840, at Mt. Clemens, Mich. ; m. Oct. 
16, 1 83 1, Maria Bisbee. 



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Children : 

48. I. Lucy Bradford 9, b. Feb. 12, 1832. 

49. II. Abby Standish9, b. Jan. 28, 1834. 

50. III. Elizabeth Howe 9, b. June 9, 1838, at ML Clemeias, 

Mich. 

42. John Kuhn^ Fuller, {GeorgeT, Zephaniah^^ Josiah^, 
Ebenezer'i, Satnucl^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. April 30, 1817; nu 
Nov. 16, 1840, Hannah West. 
Children : 

Harriet L.9, b. May 17, 1842 ; d. 1844. 
John F.9, b. Jan. 9, 1844 ; d. 1850. 
Mary E.9, b. Oct. 16, 1845 ; d. 1850. 
Anna W.9, b. Nov. 30, 1848 ; ra. Edward Lawrence. 
John E.9, b. Feb. 25, 185 1 ; d. 187 1. 
Henry A.9, b. Sept. 22, 1853; m. Jessie Clark. 
(F. A. Fuller MSS.) 

NINTH GENERATION. 

56. Henrv A.9 Fuller, {John K?, Georgel, Zephaniah**, 
Josiah^, Zephaniah^, Samuel^, Samuel^^ Samue/^), b. Sept. 22, 
1853; m. Jessie Clark. 

Children: 

57. I.. John Henry '°, b. . 

58. II. Lawrence «°, b. . (F. A. FuUer MSS.) 



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FOURTH GENERATION. 
BENJAMIN* FULLER, AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS. 

17. Benjamin^ F'uller, {Santi/c/^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. 

March 7, 1696 (Plymouth Records) ; d. ; m. Mary Jackson ? 

(E<hly, dau. of Ohidiah Eddy?) (IL W. Brainard's MSS.) 

Children, recorded at Plympton : 

1. I. Jeptha S ^- July 26, 1720. 

2. IL Hazadiahs, b. March 3, 1721/2; " m. May 22, 

1740, James Sturtevant." (H. W. B. MSS.) 

3. $111. Samuels, b. May 14, 1724. 

;{. Samuf-:lS Fuller, {Benjamin'^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), 

b. ^Lay 14, 1724, at Plympton, ALiss. ; d. ; m. Oct. 27, 1747, 

Anna 'I'inkham of Kingston, Mass. (Plympton Records.) 
Children, recorded in Plympton : 

Mary^', b. Nov. 23, 174S. 

Rube*^, b. Jan. 20, i75i.^,^_ 

Benjamin^\ b. Dec. 20, 1752. 

Sylvannus'', b. March 16, 1755. 

Anna% b. May 14, 1757. 
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FOURTH GENERATION. 

JOHN* FULLER, {SamueP) AND SOME OF HIS 
DESCENDANTS. 

19, J0HN4 Fuller, (Safftue/^, Safnuel^, Samuel^), b. Dec. 19, 
1698, at Plympton, Mass.; "d. Sept. 25, 1778 in 80th year" 
(Gravestone at Kingston, Mass.) ; m. i, Feb. 7, 1722/3, Deborah 
Ring, b. 1699, d. Nov. 8, 1763 (Gravestone, Kingston); m. 2, 
May 2, 1764, Mrs. Mercy Cushman, who d. May 3, 1796, ae. 947. 
(Gravestone record at Kingston.) 

John Fuller was a physician, and a deacon in the Kingston 
church. 

Children, recorded at Kingston : 

I. L EleazerS, b. Nov. 3, 1723; d. Aug. 20, 1736. 

s. tn. IssacharS, b. July 8, 1725; m. i, Elizabeth Doten;. 

m. 2, Lucy Tinkham. 

3. HL Johns, b. Sept. 16, 1727 ; d. July 30, 1742. 

4. IV. Deborahs, b. Dec. 14, 1729; d. March 4, 1S26; 

m. Nov. 2, 1749, Kimball Prince and had: 
Christopher^, b. July 11, 1751 ; Kimball^, b. 
July 20, 1753; Sarah 6, b. Jan. 15, 175^; Ruth*, 
b. May 7, 1758; Deborah^, b. July 13, 1760; 
Noah^ b. Jan. 18, 1763; Job^ b. March 22, 
1765 ; John'', b. Feb. 23, 1768, and Hezekiah \ 
b. Feb. 7, 1771. 

5. V. Susannahs, b. Nov. 18, 1731; m. April 5, 1753, 

Jacob Dingley. 

6. VI. Noahs, b. May 31, 1734 ; d. Aug. 6, 1736. 

7. 4iVII. Ezras, b. April 23, 1736; m. Elizabeth Weston. 

8. tVIII. Considers, b. July 7, 1738; m. Lydia BiyanL 



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9. $IX. EleazerS, b. April 27, 1740; m. Elizabeth Holmes. 

10. X. Hannahs, b. April 30, 1743; m. Benjamin Bisbee. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

2. IssacharS Fuller, {John'*, SafnucI^, Safnuel^, Samuel^), 
b. July 8, 1725, in Kingston, Mass.; d. Oct. 31, 1822, in Carver, 
Mass.; m. i, Jan. 19, 1747 (Plympton Records), Elizabeth Doten; 
m. 2, Dec. 26, 1785, Lucy Tinkham, who d. April 30, 1847, aged 95. 

Children, recorded at Kingston : 

11, I. Lydia*", b. May i, 1749; m. Nov. 16, 1769, John 

Lucas. 

Isaac'', b. Feb. 8, 1751 ; m. Lydia Ellis. 

John^ b. March 18, 1753 ; m. Betty Smith. 

Deborah*', b. Feb. 18, 1756; m. Consider Clark of 
Plymouth, Mass. (Hayford Genealogy.) 

Noah'', b. March 26, 1758; m. Sarah Smith. 

Sylvia'^', b. April 13, 1760; m. Nov. 4, 1779, 
Sylvannus Stephens. 

Issachar*", b. ^L'^rch 22, 1762 ; m. Rebecca Tillson. 

Elizabeth*', b. Feb. 10, 1764; m. Nathaniel Harlow 

of Plympton. 
jrded in Carver, Mass. : 

Edward*', b. Aug. 25, 1768 ; m. Hannah West. 

Rebecca*', b. June 27, 1772 ; d. Dec. 27, 1843; m. 
Feb. 27, 1791 (Carver Record), Timothy Cobb 
and removed to Maine. They had two sons, 
Stephen? and Ezra 7, and several daughters. 
Stephen? was b. May 26, 1794, in Sumner, Me.; 
he married and his son, Lewis A.^ Cobb of 
Auburn, Me., married March 15, 1859, Hannah 
Celeslia^ Fuller, {AsaT, Isaac^, Bartiabas^, 
NaiJianieh, Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), thus 
uniting the first and fifth groups. Their only 
child, Frederic Augustus 9 Cobb, b. April 4, i860, 
in Sumner, Me., d. April 5, 1910, in Haverhill, 
Mass. 
ai. XL Abigail**, b. July 18, 1774; d. Sept. 11, 1824, at 

Canton, Me.; m. Aug. 13, 1797, Gustavus 
Hayford, b. Jan. 7, 1773, at Pembroke, Mass. 
Their children were : Sophronia?, b. June 4, 1801 ; 
Abigail?, b. Sept. 25, 1803 ; Alvira?, b. Nov. 27, 
1805 ; Gustavus?, b. July 2, 1808; Alvarado?, b. 
Nov. 25, 181 1 ; Elizabeth D.?, b. June 8, 1815, 
and Stillman?, b. Sept. 29, 181 8. 



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22. XII. Lucy^', b. Nov. 4, 1786; m. i, Dec. 14, 1806, 

Nathaniel Shaw of Carver, Mass. ; m. 2, 

Ebenezer Cobb of Carver. 

23. XIII. Deborah^ b. March 3, 17SS; m. Sept. S, iSoS, 
Ezra Shaw (Carver Records) of Rochester, Mass. 

Ebenezer^ b. Oct. 26, 1789; m. Mary Atwood. 
Hannah^, b. Sept. 5, 1792 ; m. Luther Shurlleff. 
Priscilla^, b. Feb. 16, 1794; m. George Barrows 
and removed to Vermont. 

7. EzraS Fuller, {JohW^, Samue/i, Samuel^, Samu^/'), b. 
April 23, 1736, at Kingston, Mass.; d. May 24, 1771 (Gravestone at 
Kingston) ; m. Elizabeth Weston. 

Children, recorded at Kingston : 

27. I. Samuel^ b. Nov. 14, 1759. 

28. II. Susannah^', b. May 30, 1761 ; d. March 30, 1862, 

in Duxbury, Mass., aged 100 ys. 10 mos.; m. 
1779, Thomas Hunt of Duxbury. 

29. III. Molly ^ b. May 31, 1763. 

30. $1V. Consider^, b. Sept. 19, 1765; m. i, Sarah Tilden; 

ra. 2, Hannah Eaton. 

31. $V. James^, b. Feb. 2, 1768; m. Mary Perkins. 

8. Considers Fuller, (/o/in^, Samuel^, Samuel', Samue/'), b. 

July 7, 1738, in Kingston, Mass.; d. ; m. Feb. 25, 1759, 

Lydia Bryant of Plympton, Mass. 

Children, recorded in Halifax, Mass. : 

32. I. Luna^, b. Feb. 17, 1760. 

33. II. Eliphalet^, b. Oct. 23, 1761. An Eliphalet Fuller, 

aged 16 years, enlisted at Kingston in 1777. 
H. W. Brainard's MSS. gives also : 

34. $111. Consider % b. May 31, 1780; m. Elizabeth 

Cummings. 

0, EleazerS Fuller, {John'<, Samuel i, Samuel*, Samuel^), 
b. April 27, 1704, in Kingston, Mass.; date and place of death not 
found; m. Jan. 6, 1763, Margaret Holmes. 
Children on Kingston Records : 

Abigail^, b. March 29, 1764. 
Daniel*^, b. Aug. 29, 1765. 
Jenny ^, b. Aug. 18, 1769. 

Sally^, b. July 9, 1771 ; m. Barnabas, b. Nov. 20, 
1769, "son of Noah Thompson" (H. W. 
Brainard) ; m. Nov. 27, 1792 (Halifax Records). 



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SIXTH GENERATION. 

12. Isaac ^' Fuller, {IssacharS, Johti^, Samuel^, Samuel^, 
Samuel^), 1). Feb. 8, 1751, in Kingston, Mass.; d. April 27, 1833, 
in Livermore, Me.; ni. Nov. 20, 1777, Lydia Ellis (Middleboro, 
Mass., Records), who d. May 28, 1836, aged 83 years. 

As a soldier in the war of the Revolution Isaac Fuller enlisted 
April 30, 1777, serving eight months in Capt. John Bridgham's Co.; 
again enlisted as Sergeant in Capt. Samuel Bradford's Co. for one 
year. He was at the battle of Bunker Hill. Some years after the 
war he removed to Hebron, Me. ; thence to Hartford, Me., and 
finally to Livermore. 

His first four children were born at Plympton, Mass., and are 
named and recorded as follows : " Children of Isaac Fuller by Lydia, 
his wife. Her maiden name was Lydia Ellis, daughter of John 
Ellis": 

39. I. "Sarah, b. Nov. 7, 1778"; d. Feb., 1859, at 

Livermore, Me. ; unmarried. 

40. tll. " Isaac, b. Jan. 14, 17S1 " ; m. Sally Ames. 

41. HI. "Lydia, b. Jan. 19, 1783"; d. March 22, 1856, at 

Fort Fairfield, Me. ; m. in iSoo, Freeman Ellis 
of Hartford, Me., who d. Jan. 13, 1866, at 
Ft. Fairfield, aged 86 y. 2 m. 13 d. Their 
children were: Phebe^, b. Feb. 6, 1801 ; 
Freeman^, b. July 24, 1802; Lydia^, b. June i, 
1804 ; Isaac Fuller^, b. Oct. 5, 1806 ; Benjamin**, 
b. Aug. 3, 1808; Gideon Bradford^, b. July 22, 
iSii; Mercy Hayford^, b. Feb. 14, 1813; 
Alyndia Fuller^, b. July 21, 1815 ; Frederick^, b. 
April 12, 181 7; Sarah s, b. June 24, 18 19; 
Joanna '', b. Sept. 17, 1821 ; Caleb Holt^, b. 
April 26, 1824, and Christina Hayford^, b. 
April 30, 1826. 

42. tlV. "Samuel, b. Dec. 3, 1784"; m. Lydia Leavitt. 

43. V. Deborah?, b. 1787; d. March 30, 1851, at Hart- 

ford, Me.; ra. in 1807, Lemuel Stevens of 
Hartford, who d. July 16, 1844, aged 62 years. 
Their children were: Ellura^, b. May 21, 1808; 
Issachar^, b. Oct. 8, 1810; Melintha^, b. July 15, 
1 81 2; Phylinda**, b. Aug. 18, 18 14; Deborah s, 
b. Sept. 14, 1817; Phebe^, b. Nov. 28, 1820, 
and Edward^, b. July, 1822. 

44. tVI. Ezra?, b. Sept., 1789 ; m. Sally Soule. 

45. VII. Ada', b. Sept. 30, 1792; d. Feb. 10, 1864, at 



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Livermore, Me. ; m. Joseph Tobin of Hartford, 
Me., b. March lo, 1790, d. Oct. 21, 1S6S. 
Children: Matthew^, b. June 15, 1814 ; Joseph^, 
b. March 19, i8i6; Ezra F.^, b. Feb. 15, 181S; 
Jane Angeline^, b. Feb. 21, 1820; Albion K.^, b. 
April 29, 1822; Ada F.^, b. Feb. 15, 1S24; 
John^, b. March 13, 1826; Lydia^, b. Dec. 29, 
1827 ; Albina M.^, b. Feb. 15, 1830; Marcellus'', 
b. March 29, 1832, and Augustus^, b. Nov. 25, 

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46. VIII. Linda 7, b. Nov. 2, 1795; d. Oct. 17, 1862, at 
Livermore, Me.; m. in 1817, Hezekiah Griflith 
of Livermore, Me., who d. July 23, 1878, aged 
86 y. 4 ni. 10 d. They had Jane^, b. July 5, 
181 8; Rufus Newman^, b. Sept. 18, 1S20; 
Sabra Ann^, b. Oct. 26, 1822; Lyndia Maria^, 
b. July 24, 1826; Charles Roscoe^, b. March 9, 
1829; Lorinda Adelia*, b. July 6, 1831 ; 
Stephen'^, b. Nov. 19, 1833, and Flora ^, b. April 
21, 1835. 

13. JoHN^ Fuller, {/ssachar^, John^, Samuel i, Samuel ^^ 
Samuel^), b. March 18, 1753, ^'^ Kingston, Mass.; d. .April 15, 
1809, at Middleboro, Mass.; m. July 29, 1779, ^^ Plynipton, Mass.^ 
Betty Smith, who d. Sept. 3, 1832, aged 75 years. 
Children, recorded at Middleboro : 

Elizabeth?, b. Sept. 28, 178 1. 

Sophia 7, b. Jan. 27, [784; m, 1818, John Warren. 
Betsey 7, b. Nov. 28, 1786; d. Feb. 16, 1814. 
John Smith 7, b. Nov. 19, 1789, 
Sylvia?, b. July 10, 1792 ; d. April 18, 1866. 
Consider?, b. Feb. 20, 1795 ; m. i, Mercy Thomas ; 
m. 2, Mary H. Southworth. 

53. VII. Allen?, b. April 23, 1798; d. about 1S62 ; m. a 

Southern lady; no issue; was a clergyman and 
author. 

54. VIII. Lauretta Ann?, b. July 29, 1809; m. OcL i, 1S29, 

Alanson Darling.* 

15. NoAH*^ Fuller, {IssacharS, John^, Samue/i, Samuel*, 
Samue/'), b. March 26, 1758, in Kingston, Mass.; d. Nov. 9, 1S43, 
in Lempster, N. H. ; m. May 31, 1787, Sarah Smith, who d. April 
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72 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

They lived in Middleboro, Mass., until 1802, and then removed 
to Lempster, Mrs. Fuller riding on horseback most of the way. 
Noah Fuller was a Revolutionary soldier ; after marriage a farmer 
until later a severe illness left him a cripple, able to walk only with 
his hands lesting on his knees, but he arranged wheels and an axle 
on which he could hang a basket and rest his hands, and so get 
about his place doing some light work. 

Children, the first five b. in Middleboro, the others in Lempster : 

55. I. Bethia7, b. May 19, 1788; d. June 29, 1826; 

unmarried. 

56. II. Susanna?, b. July 13, 1791; d. April 7, 1866; 

unmarried. 

57. III. Sarah?, b. Dec. 20, 1793; d. Aug. 3, 1835; 

unmarried. 

58. IV. Sabina7, b. Feb. 5, 1798; d. July 11, 1876; m. 

Dec. 28, 181 7, (ieorge Way and had Sarah^, b. 
Nov., 1818, Caroline^ Herman^, Henry S.^ 
Gilberts, and Celia M.s, b. Sept. 4, 1838; all 
born in Lempster, N. H. 

59. V. Rebecca?, b. April 17, 1800; d. May 11, 1881 ; 

unmarried. 

Asenath?, b. Dec. 14, 1802 ; d. Nov. 27, 181 2. 

Sylvannus?, b. Aug. 23, 1806 ; m. Sarah M. Taylor. 

Sylvia?, b. Nov. 22, 1809; d. Dec. 5, 1840; m. 
Freeman Clark and had a daughter, Sylvia F.^ 
Clark, b. Nov. 26, 1840, in Hubbardston, Mass., 
m. March i, 1867, John VV. Knox of Southfield, 
Mass., and had Harry A.9 Knox, b. Jan. 19, 
1875, at Westfield, Mass., who m. June 4, 1904, 
Mildred Janet" Fuller {Merrick Z.'°, Lathrop 
L'\ Lyman'^, EzekieP, Joshua^, Youngs, 
Matthew^, Sa?nuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), thus 
uniting the Edward and Dr. Samuel Fuller lines. 
They reside in Springfield, Mass. 

63. $IX. Benoni?, b. April 23, 1813; m. Dorothy Wadsworth. 

17. IssACHAR^ Fuller, {Issachar^, John ^, Samuel i, Samuel^f 
Samuel^), b. March 22, 1762, at Kingston, Mass. He is said to 
have been lost at sea in a ship that sailed from Boston in 1794 and 
was never heard from. He m. Dec. 11, 1788, Rebecca Tillson of 
Carver, Mass. 

Their children were : 

64. tl. Tillson?, b. Sept. 5, 1789 ; m. Edith Eloisa Craven. 



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65. II. Phebe7, b. ; d. before 1S42 ; m. 



Thomas, probably Josiah C. Thomas; Int. Pub. 
Nov. 3, 1S12 ; m. Nov. 22, 1S12, in Pembroke, 
Mass., and had sons, Josiah'' and Isaac ^. 
66. $111. Issachar7, b. Aug. 19, 1794 ; m. Matilda C. Nichols. 



19. Edward^ Fuller, {Issachar^, John^, Samuel^, Samuel'^ 
Samuel^), b. Aug. 25, 1768, in Carver, Mass.; d. April 17, 1S54, in 
Montrose, Pa.; m. Dec. 24, 1795, Hannah West, b. in Bozrah, Ct., 
the sixth child of Capt. Elias and Mary (I>athrop) West. 

Capt. Elias West was son of Nathan West of Bozrah, and served 
as Lieutenant in the Revolutionary war. Mary Lathrop was from 
Norwich, Ct. Elias West, brother of Hannah, m. Mary Armstrong 
and lived in Montrose. Hannah (West) Fuller d. Dec. 14, 1S61, ia 
Scranton, Pa., and was buried at Montrose, Dec. 17, 1S61. Edward 
Fuller came to Montrose in 1806 and settled on a farm near the 
village; appointed Sheriff in 181 2, he removed to the village. 

Their children were : 

67. $1. Charles?, b. March i, 1797 ; m. Maria Scovill. 

68. II. Mary7, b. Feb. 20, 1799; d. Aug. 28, 1820. 

69. III. Edward W.V, b. Oct. 10, iSoo, in Norwich, Ct. ; d. 

Feb. 22, 1891 (probably in Cohoes, N. Y.) ; 
unmarried. 

70. $IV. George 7, b. Nov. 7, 1802 ; m. Mary Barnard. 

71. V. Elizabeth Harlow 7, b. Jan. i, 1805; d. June 13, 

187 1 ; m. Nov. 24, 1829, Ebenezer Kingsbury*, 
b. June 18, 1804, d. April 15, 1S44. Their 
children were: Henry Augustus^, b. Dec. lo, 
1830; Edward Payson^, b. April 12, 1832, d. 
July 31, 1833; Edward Payson^, b. Aug. 19, 
1834 ; Mary Elizabeth^, b. June 6, 1836, d. May 
3, 1884; Emeline Chapman^, b. July i, 183S, d. 
Jan. 19, i860, and Caroline Neal^ b. May 19, 
1843, who m. Jan. 24, 1865, Frederick I^ 
Hitchcock, and their dau., Elizabeth Fuller^ 
Hitchcock, b. May 19, 1873, m. Sept. 15, 1903, 
George B. Diuimick and has Caroline Eleanor"* 
Dimmick, b. Aug. 28, 1904, zmd George B."* 
Dimmick, b. March i, 1906. They reside in 
Scranton. (See also the Kingsbury Family 
Genealogy.) 

72. tVI. Henry D.7, b. March 29, 1807; m. Catherine 

Byce. 



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74 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

Francis?, b. May 14, 1809; m. Polly Ann Vaughn. 

Isaac 7, b. Feb. 2, 181 2 ; m. Abigail A. Sutton. 

Deborah West?, b. Feb. 13, 1814; d. June 20, 
18S0; m. June 6, 1830, Dr. John Newman 
Suninei, b. Dec. 17, 1807, d. Oct. 26, 1850. 
Their children were : Mary^ b. Nov. 2, 1833, d. 
young; Elizabeth^, b. Nov. 2, 1833, d. about 
1854 ; John Newman^ b. May, 1835, d. Jan. 10, 
1 85 1, and Alfred Wright s, b. Feb. 4, 1839. 

24. Ebenezer" Fuller, {Issachar^, John ^, Samuel^, Samiiel^, 
Samuel^), b. Oct. 26, 1789, in Carver, Mass.; d. Sept. 9, 1865, in 
Carver; m. July 12, 1810, Mary Atwood, who d. Feb. 23, 1870. He 
lived and died at the old homestead. 

Their children, all born in Carver, were : 

76. I. Mary Atwood?, b. Oct. 10, 181 1 ; m. Dec. 2, 1832, 

Levi Cobb and had: Levi^, Joseph'*, Lysander^ 
Ezra^, Mary 5, Irena^, and Hannah^. 

77. :{:II. I'^bcnezer?, b. April 5, 1813 ; m. Jane H.Packard. 

78. tin. Ezra?, b. Sept. 13, 1814; m. Elizabeth A. Buffington. 

79. $:IV. Joseph?, b. Feb. 16, 1817 ; m. Matilda Luce. 

80. :t:V. Stillman?, b. July 9, 1S20 ; m. . 

81. VL John?, b. July 26, 1822. 

82. VII. Sarah?, b. Feb. 9, 1826; residing in Watertown 

1878 ; unmarried. 

;{(>, Consider'' Fuller, {Ezm^, John'*, Samuel^, Samuel*, 
Satnuel'), b. Sept. 19, 1765, at Kingston, Mass.; d. April 20, 1829, 
in Kingston; m. i, April 9, 1789, Sarah Tilden of Pembroke, who 
d. Sept. 19, 1805 ; m. 2, July 13, 1806, Hannah Eaton of Plympton, 
who d. Aug. I, 1830. 

Children : 

83. tl. Ezra?, b. Jan. 19, 1791 ; m. Eliza Cobb. 

84. II. Elizabeth?, b. Nov. 30, 1792; d. Dec. 4, 1836; m. 

Nov. 25, 1 81 4, Linus Drake. Lived at Easton, 
Mass. 

85. III. Joanna Tilden?, b. Dec. 26, 1794; d. April, 1861 ; 

m. 18 15, Ichabod Bassett of Taunton, Mass. 

86. IV. Sarah?, b. Feb. 23, 1799 ; m. Nov. 20, 1823, Elijah 

Bird of Stoughton, Mass. 

87. ^.-V. John?, b. Jan. 12, 1801 ; m. i, Nov., i8r ;, Caroline 

Bisbec; m. 2, 1S58, Elizabeth Bartlett. 

88. VI. Caleb Tilden?, b. Oct. 26, 1802; d. Oct. 24, 1806. 

89. VH. Nathan Thompson?, b. June 12, 1807 ; m. Nov. 30, 

1828, Cornelia A. Cook; no children. 



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Smith?, b. Sept, 5, 1S09 ; 111. Eliza Churchill. 
Daniel ^V.^, b. Jan. 5, 1812 ; d. June 7, 1894. 
Samuel 7, b. June 29, 1814 ; m. Maria Churchill. 
Hannah?, b. May 29, 1819; m. Aug. 29, 1S41, 
Hiram Field of Taunton, .\Iass. 
94. $XII. Waldo Ames?, b. Feb. 20, 1821 ; m. Sarah A. 
Stetson. 

31. James ^ Fuller, {Ezra^, fohn^, Samuel^, Samuel*^ 
Samuel^), b. Feb. 2, 1769, in Kingston, Mass.; d. Dec. 29, 1830, in 
Salem, Mass.; m. Dec. 15, 1796, Mary Perkins. 

Their children were : 
•95. I. Ezra?, b. May 20, 179S; d. Nov. 17, 1S24; 

unmarried. 

96. $11. James?, b. May 14, 1802 ; m. Elizabeth Norton. 

97. III. Mary?, b. .-^pril 17, 1804; m. Theodore Bartlett of 

W. Newbury, Mass. 

98. IV. Lucy Sturtevant?, b. March 18, 1810; d. Aug. 17, 

1830. 

99. tV. Edward?, b. Nov. 24, 1813; m. Eliza A. Little. 

(F. A. Fuller's MSS.) 

34. Consider^ Fuller, {Consider^, John^, Samuc/i, Samiwl'y 

Sa/nucl^), b. May 31, 1780?; d. ; m. about 1825? Elizabeth 

Cummings. 

The History of Woodstock, Me., states Consider Fuller moved 
into Woodstock in i8oi ; enlisted as a private in 1814, and mentions 
children of Consider as follows : 

100. I. Christiana?, b. ; m. Charles B. Brooks. 

loi. II. Chloe?, b. ; m. Rufus Farrar, b. Dec. 18, 

1808. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

40. Isaac? Fuller, {Isaac^, Issachar^, John^, Sainuel^^ 
Samuel^, Samticl^), b. Jan. 13, 1781 ; d. Sept. 13, 1856, in Hart- 
ford, Me.; m. 1805, Sally Ames of Groton, Mass., b. April 6, 1785, 
d. Nov. 15, 1 85 1, in Hartford, Me. 

They came to Livermore, Me., where their first child was bom ; 
later they removed to Hartford, settling on the intervale at the head 
of Bear Pond, where they died. Capt. Fuller served in the war of 
1812-1815. He was a man of sterling character and much 
respected. 



^6 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

Their children were : 

102. I. Adeline B.^ b. Feb. 24, 1S06, in Livcrmore, Me. ; d. 

Aug. 16, 1888; m. June 30, 1832, Ezekiel Fogg, 
1). Feb. 21, 1S07, d. Sept. 13, 188S. They lived 
in Woodstock, Me., for many years. Their 
children were: Emily A.'^, b. Dec. 25, 1832; 
Ezekiel F.'?, b. Feb. 7, 1834 ; Adeline C.9, b. Feb. 
7, 1S34; Adeliza M.'^, b. Sept. 29, 1835; 
Elbridge*^, b. April 26, 1839 ; Ephraim9, b. Sept. 
5, 1S40; Elliott L.^, b. Jan. 13, 1842, killed at 
Gettysburg, July 3, 1863 ; Amanda M.9, b. June. 
5, 1S44; Isaac F.'), b. Oct. 28, 1845, ^^^ Elzira 
M.'\ b. April, 1848. 

103. ill. I'Mward^, b. June 13, 1807 ; m. Celia B. Stevens. 

104. $in. Ezekiel^, b. April 22, 1809; m. i, .Asenath Ames ; 

ni. 2, Maria Farrar. 

105. IV. Ephraim'', b. Jan. 24, 181 1 ; d. Oct. 3, 1838. 

106. 4^V. Jvland'^, b. Dec. 25, 181 2 ; m. Elzira Hood. 

107. 4iVI. I'^lbridge G.^ b. Jan. 29, 1815 ; m. Sarah J. 

Mitchell. 

108. 4^ VII. I'^ssec^, b. April 26, 1817 ; m. Maria Vose. 

109. tVIII. Eionzo^ b. March 25, 1819; m. Aurelia Foye. 
no. IX. Adeliza^, b. July 15, 1821 ; d. Aug. 9, 1907; m. 

Elisha Reynolds, b. Dec. 2, 1816, d. Feb. 21, 
1903. They lived in Hartford, Me., a few years, 
then removed to N. Bridgewater, Mass. (now 
Brockton), and later to Fort Fairfield, Me. 
Children: Everett E.^, b. Aug. 3, 1847; Ellen 
M.", b. June 17, 1849; Herbert R.9, b. Nov. 10, 
1850; Frank A.'^, b. Jan, 15, 1855, and Mary V.9, 
l». Sept., 1856. 

Arelhusa^, b. Sept. 24, 1824; d. Jan. 27, 1827. 

Emery L.*^, b. Feb. 14, 1826; m. Eunice Records. 

Edwin E.'', b. Sept 8, 1827; d. March 4, 1890, in 
Turner, Me.; m. April 12, 1859, Lydia J. 
Records, b. May 12, 183 1. He was in California 
several years in the " early fifties " ; then lived 
a while in Massachusetts ; then removed to Peru, 
Me., and thence to Turner. He served as a 
soldier in the Civil war in the 23d Maine Regt. 
They had no children. 
After Ephraim died it was nearly 50 years before there was a 
death among the ten remaining children in this family. 

42. Samuel? Fuller, {Isaac^, Issachar^, John'*, Samuel i, 
Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Dec. 3, 1784, at Plymouth, Mass.; d. Sept. 



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Edward Hersey Fuller. 




Everett L. Philoon. 



FIFTH GROUP. 77 

i6, 1855, at Livermore, Me.; m. Int. entered June 3, 1809, with 
Lydia Leavitt, b. Sept. 5, 1784, at Rochester, Mass., d. June i, 1S85, 
at Livermore, aged 100 y. 8 m. 27 d. 
Their children were : 

114. I. Lydia 5, b. April 23, iSio; d. Dec. 31, 1S57; 

unmarried. 

115. n. Lois L.^, b. Jan. 25, 1S12 ; d. Nov., 1907; m. 

Lorin Bryant, who d. April, 1SS3 ; no issue. 

116. tin. SamueP, b. April 26, 1814; m. Louise Car\-er. 

117. IV. Nancy D.^, b. Sept. 7, 1816, at Livermore, Me.; d. 

June 18, 1S94, at Auburn, Me.; m. March S, 
1840, James Philoon, b. July 15, 1S09, in 
Abington, NLiss., d. March 22, 18S6, at Auburn, 
Me. She had three children : (i) Dr. Charles 
E. of Auburn, Me., who m. and had George 
M.'°, b. Feb. 3, 1874, Byron S.'°, b. March 28, 
1876, and I^verna E.'°, b. 1878, d. 1S80; (2) 

Loverna E.9, b. , d. ; (3) Everett 

L.9 of Auburn, b. Oct. 30, 1848, in Livermore, 
m. Oct. 5, 1875, Mary A. I>ara, children: Daniel 
L.'°, b. Aug. 28, 1877, i" Livermore, James T.'°, 
b. April 23, 1879, d. Feb. 15, 18S0, Wallace C.'°, 
b. Oct. 13, 1883, West Point graduate 1909, 
James E.'°, b. May i, 18S7. 

118. V. Ehzabeths, b. Nov. i, 1818; d. Sept. 25, 1S63; 

unmarried. 

119. VI. John^, b. March 12, 1820; d. Nov. 23, 1S82; m. 

Nov. 4, 1849, Ruth Upham ; no issue. 

120. 4:VIL Philander B.^, b. Aug. 31, 1823 ; m. Lucinda Reals. 

121. VIII. Lysander^, b. July 2, 1827; d. Dec. 16, i860; m. 

Mary G. Humphrey ; no issue. 

44, Ezra? Fuller, {Isaac^\ Issachar^, John'^, SatnuclT', Samuel^, 
Sajfiuel^), b. Sept., 1789; d. March 3, 1S64, in Hartford, Me.; m. 
Sally Soule. 

They resided in Hartford. 

Their children were : 

122. I. Elvira s, b. Oct. 6, 1822; d. Sept. i, 1SS5; ra. 

Nov. 5, 185 1, Horace Ames and had : Fisher9, b. 
Feb. 25, 1855; George C.9, b. Nov. 17, 1857; 
Elizabeth B.9, b. Sept. 6, 1859. Elvira lived and 
died in Bridgewater, Mass. 

123. II. Abigail^ b. Nov. 2, 1824 ; d. Aug. 26, 1901, in 

Chicago, 111. ; m. 1S46, John D. Sawin and had: 
Ella Arline9, b. July 8, 1848; Prescott Dana 9, 



78 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

b. Oct. 7, 1S53; Ella Arline^, m. July 8, 1867, 
Charles A. Loomis of Chicago and has five 
children. (See Loomis Family Genealogy.) 

124. III. Amanda^b, 1826; d. Dec. 21, 1907; m. John C. 

Dearborn, who d. Feb. 5, 1908. They had 
Mabel F.9, b. June 5, 1858, d. Oct. 25, 1881. 

125. IV. Oscar"', b. 1827 ; d. 1901 ; unmarried. 

126. V. Marcellus^ b. 1833 ; d. 1854, in Cambridge, Mass. ; 

unmarried. 

127. $VI. George Henry'^, b. March 26, 1839; m. Harriet 

Parsons. 

50. John Smith' Fuller, {John'\ Issachar^, Jolin'^, Samuel^, 
Sdwi/c/', Sa/ftue/'), b. Nov. 19, 1789, at Middleboro, Mass.; d. 
July 3, 1865, in Dover, N. H. ; m. Oct. 9, 1821, Ann Guppy 
Hanson, b. Dec. iS, 1792, in Wells, Me., d. Feb. 18, 187 1, in Dover, 
N. H. He was a soldier in the war of 181 2. 

Children, the first three b. in Boston, the others in Barrington, 
N. H. : 

128. $1. John H."', b. Sept. 19, 1822; m. . 

129. $H. Edward Newton^, b. Dec. 6, 1824; m. Augusta 

I'^lizabeth Morrison. 

130. tin. Frank'', b. Sept. 25, 1827 ; m. .^nnie W. Thompson. 

131. IV. Elizabeth W.^, b. Aug. 22, 1834; d. March 18, 

1871 ; unmarried. 

132. V. George W.s, b. Oct. 28, 1838; d. June 12, 1864; 

unmarried. 

.>2. Consider 7 Fiti^.er, {/o/i/i^, /ssat:Jiar^, Jolm'^, Samuel^, 
Samuel-, S<i//u/c/'), b. Feb. 20, 1795, in Middleboro, Mass.; d. 
there Feb. 16, 1S75 ; m. i, March 25, 1818, in Halifax, Mass., 
Mercy Thompson; m. 2, March 16, 1869, Mary H. Southworth. 

Children : 

133. I. Betsey ^ b. June 29, 1S18. 

134. H. Sarah Smith ^, b. March 7, 1821 ; d. Dec. 20, 1898; 

m. Dec. 18, 1842, Nathan^ Fuller Jr. {NathatO, 
CIiip)nan'\ Ebeticzcr^, Ebcnezcr'^, Jolin'^, Samuel^, 
Sa//iuc'/^), oi Halifax and had: Emily French 9, 
b. Dec. 21, 1843; a dau., b. March 8, 1846, and 
Edmund Herbert^, b. June 13, 1849. 

135. $ni. Charles Thompson^, b. Aug. 30, 1823; m. Mary 

C. Benson. 

136. IV. Nancy Caroline^, b. Jan. 5, 1826; d. Jan. II, 1903; 



FIFTH GROUP. 79 

m. Int. Pub. May 17, 1846, with Benjamin 
Freeman. 

137. V. Mary J.^, b. June 19, 1828.* 

138. VI. Maria A.s, ) . o , 

139. VII. Mercy A.s, f_ ' ^^32. 

140. VIII. Olive Francis^, b. May 5, 1835; d. May 27, 1857. 

Gl, Sylvanus' Fuller, {Noah^, Issachar^, John*, Sawu^/i, 
Samue/', Samuel^), b. Aug. 23, 1806, in Lempster, N. H. ; d. there 
Oct. 29, 1 891 ; m. March 17, 1S35, Sarah M. Taylor of Lempster, 
who d. Oct. II, 1889. 

He was a farmer and lived and died at the homestead where his 
father lived. 

Their children, all b. in Lempster, were : 

141. $1. Homer T.^ b. Nov. 15, 1838; m. Amerette Jones. 

142. $11. Horace C.^ b. Jan. 3, 1841 ; m. Emily E. Boutelle. 

143. III. Sarah M.^, b. Dec. 7, 1842; living in Leominster, 

Mass., 1910. 

144. IV. John W.s, b. May 16, 1848 ; d. Oct. 2, 1866. 

145. $V. Irving H.^, b. Aug. 2, 1852 ; m. i, Celia M. 

Piedmont ; m. 2, Emma L. Packard. 

G.3. Benoni' Fuller, {Noah^, Issachar^, John*, Samuel^, 
Samuel^, Samuel^), b. April 23, 1813, in Lempster, N. H. ; d. 
Jan. 19, 1892, in Peterboro, N. H. ; m. March 23, 1849, Dorothy 
Wadsworth of Henniker, N. H., b. Aug. 7, 1S13, d. Jin. 20, 1S92. 

He worked as tanner for many years in Lempster, then removed 
to Peterboro and engaged in farming about 1870. 

Their children were b. in Lempster : 

146. I. Harriet Louisa^, b. Jan. 12, 1850 ; d. Sept., I S64. 

147. til. George Herbert^, b. Aug. 29, -052; m. Clara L. 

Kent. 

64. TiLLSON? Fuller, {Issachar^\ Issachar^, John*, Samue/^f 
Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Sept. 5, 1789, in Middleboro, Mass.; d. July 
I, 1844, in Brownsville, Pa.; m. Feb. 2, 1812, Edith Eloisa Craven, 
who d. May 6, 1872, in Brownsville. 

Tillson Fuller followed a seafaring life a while; was a member of 
the Boston Militia in war of 1812 ; then settled in Mifflin, Pa., and 
after marriage removed to Millertown, Pa., finally settling in Browns- 



*Newton Fuller gives these accord'ng to Brainard's MSS.: the others aie from MitkUcboiO 
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ville, where he was a highly respected citizen and a deacon of the 
First Baptist church. 

Their children were : 
14S. I. James Craven^, b. Jan. 20, 1820, in Mifflin; d. 

Sejit, 3, 1S54, near Uniontown, Pa. 
Jobiah 'lillson^, b. Nov. 22, 1822 ; m. Irene Parker. 
'I'honias Kdwin^, b. June 20, 1825 ; d. March 8, 

1S26, in llrownsville. 
Phebc Anna^, b. Feb. 13, 1827 ; d. July 6, 1848, in 

Bridgeport, Pa. 
Orrin Augustus^, b. Jan. 4, 1830; d. March 18, 

1S38, in Bridgeport, Pa. 
Rebecca Tillson'', b. Feb. 10, 1833; d. , at 

Madison, Ohio; m. Jan. 4, 1859, Henry W. 

Patton, who d. Aug. 25, 1864, in Andersonville, 

Ga., Prison. They had two daughters living in 

19 10. 
Martha Maria^, b. Oct. 12, 1835 ; resides (1910) at 

Brownsville ; unmarried. 
Orrin Augustus^ 2d, b. Aug. i, 1838; m. Sophia 

Fuller. 
Sarah Matilda^ b. June 6, 1S41 ; resides (1910) at 

Brownsville ; unmarried. 
Also one other child that died on the day of its 

birth. 

GO. IssACHA^" Fuller, {Issachar^\ Issachar^, Joh?i^, Samuel^, 
Samuel^, Satnucl^), b. Aug. 19, 1794, in Middleboro, Mass.; d. 
Feb. II, 1S66, at Hingham, Mass.; m. Jan. 27, 1822, Matilda C. 
Nichols, who d. Sej)!. 3, 1887, aged 84, at Hingham. 

By trade he was a cooper ; was for many years postmaster ; was 
also messenger to the General Court, and deacon of the Baptist 
church at Hingham. 
Children : 

Thomas Baldwin^, b. July 24, 1825, at Cohassett, 

Mass. Dead. 
Eliza Nichols^, b. May 28, 1829, at Cohassett; m. 
Dec. 5, 1848, James G. Graves of Weymouth, 
Mass., and had Carrie M.9 and Abbott F.> 
Tillson**, b. Dec. 25, 1831 ; m. Lydia Stowell 

Switzer. 
Joshua Thayer**, b. May 25, 1833, at Hingham; m. 
at Melrose, Mass., Aug. 13, 1854, Sarah Pike, 
who d. Dec. 15, 1908. He d. March 27, 1906, 



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Mrs. Abigail (Sutton) Fuller. 



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1899, in Scranton, Pa.; m. May i6, 1842, Polly Ann Vaughn, b. 
Aug. 9, 1814, d. Feb. 4, 1897. 
Children : 

185. 4^1. Albert^, b. Aug. 13, 1843; m, i, Anna Mary 

Phelps ; m. 2, Clara ; m. 3, Anne Scott. 

186. II. Anna Eliza '^j b. June 15, 1849. 

187. III. Ella Gertrude^, b. April 26, 1857. 

74. Isaac 7 Fuller, {Ediuard^, IssacharS, John^, Samufl\ 
Samuel^, Samue/^), h. Feb. 2, 1812, in Montrose, Pa.; d. Oct. 14, 
1898, in Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and was buried at Seneca Falls, N. Y. ; 
m. Jan. 3, 1833, Abigail A. Sutton, b. Nov. 17, 1814, d. Jan. 24, 
1899. 

"Isaac Fuller learned the printer's trade, and at 18 was editing 
"The Independent," at Montrose, Pa., and later "The Wa}-ne 
County Herald." He removed to Seneca Falls in 1837, and 
founded the "Seneca County Courier." He was active in political 
affairs and a leader in the county; was postmaster 1841-1845; 
county clerk 1853; postmaster again 1 861-1869 ; then proof reader 
in the government printing office for 24 years until his resignation in 
1893. 

" Mr. Fuller was a man of peculiarly pure life. He was honest, 
energetic, upright, courteous and affable. He never used tobacco 
or liquors in any form. His temperament was extremely buoyant. 
He always saw the bright side of affairs, and was singularly sensitive 
to the humorous. His hearty laugh and genial greeting are 
remembered by all who knew him ; yet was he a vigorous fighter, 
sturdy, resolute and resourceful, as his opponents in the old days 
were well aware." (Seneca County Courier, Oct. 20, 1S9S.) 

Children born to them were : 

Charles Francis^, b. July 8, 1834; d. July 24, 1S34. 
George Williston^, b. Aug. 16, 1835 ; d. SepL 4, 

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Edward West^ b. March 2, 1837 ; d. Sept., 1S3S. 

Henry Clay^, b. July 25, 1839 > ^' J"°s 25, 1907. 

James Sutton^, b. Nov. 9, 1841 ; d. Jan. i, 1901. 

Ella Augusta^, b. Feb. 23, 1844 ; m. June 19, 1S67, 
Archibald Winnie, b. Feb. i, 1846, and had: 
Clara9, b. Jan. 6, 1869, d. Aug. 16, 1869; Jennie 
Louise 9, b. Dec. 9, 1872, and John 9, b. Sept. 6, 
1875. 



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194. VII. Clara Catlin'^, b. Aug. 7, 1846; m. July 2, 1868, 

.Alexander Livingston Fryer, b. May 8, 1839, and 
had : (i) Ella Augusta9, b. March 23, 1870 ; (2) 
Mary Margaretta9, b. Jan. 13, 1872, in Albany, 
N. Y., m. June 12, 1895, Lieut. Spencer Shepard 
Wood, U.S. N.; children: Margaretta'° Wood, 
b. Aug. 28, 1899, in Flushing, L. I., and Anne 
Elizabeth '° Wood, b. Sept. 29, 1906, in Washing- 
ton, D. C. ; (3) Alexander Livingston 9 Fryer, b. 
June iS, 18S0; (4) Edith Livingston9 Fryer, b. 
July 14, 1883. 

195. $;VIII. George^ b. April 24, 1850; m. Mary Jamison. 

77. Ei5Enezer7 Fuller, {Ebcnezcr^\ Issachar^,John'^, Samuel h 
Sa>;iuci*, Sa/nucI^), b. April 5, 1S13, in Carver, Mass.; d. there 
F'eb. I, 1884; m. i. Int. Pub. May 13, 1838, with Jane H. Packard, 
who d. Jan. 26, 1843, in her 21st year; m. 2, Sept. 14, 1846, 
Hannah F. Wilbur, b. in Norton, Mass., who d. April i, 1881. 

Children : 

196. I. Sarah Frances^, b. Aug. 25, 1839; m. Wm. Irvine; 

resided in Chatsworth, 111. 

197. II. Andrew Austin^, b. Sept. 12, 1842; d. in the Civil 

war. 
19S. III. Ebenezer Barton^, b. March 17, 1850; d. April 6, 

1885. 

7.S, Ezra7 Fuller, {E/>c>iczer^\ Issachar^, John'^y Satnueh, 
Samt/cl^, Samuel^), b. Sept. 13, 1814, in Carver, Mass.; d. there 
Jan. 25, 1857 ; m. Elizabeth A. Buffington. 

Children : 

199. $1. Noel B.^, b. Oct. 15, 1841 ; m. i, Mary L. Wilbur; 

m. 2, Anjenette J. Manchester. 

200. 11. Ezra M. B.**, b. 1847 ; d. Aug. 22, 1847. 

201. III. Edwin C.^ b. Dec. 21, 1855 ; d. Dec. 28, 1855. 

70. Joseph? Fuller, {El>cnczer^\ Issachar^, John'*, Samr/el^, 

Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Feb. 16, 181 7, in Carver, Mass.; d. ; 

m. Matilda Luce. 

Edward ^' Fuller of Montrose, Pa., wrote in a letter to relatives in 
Lcmpstcr, N. IL, dated in 1848, that "Joseph and Stilln\an Fuller 
are living in this county. Joseph has bought a farm about 2j^ miles 
from this village (Montrose)." This is probably the Joseph above, 




Mrs. Clara C. ( Fuller ) Fryer. 




Miss Ella Augusta Fryer. 



FIFTH GROUP. 85 

as he had a brother Stillman. Ebenezer', brother of Joseph, wrote 
in 1879 to a relative in N. H., that "Joseph went to New York, 
then got married, his wife's name was Matilda Luce and his 
children's names were : 

202. I. "Sumner," b. . 

203. II. " Lucius," b. . 

204. III. "Charles," b. . 

205. IV. "Emma," b. 



(I have obtained no further information about this family.) 

80. Stillman? Fuller, {Ebenezcr^, Issachar^, John*, Samuel^ 
Samuel^ t Samuel^), b. July 9, 1820, in Carver, Mass.; d. before 
1879, in North Carolina; m. i, ; m. 2, . 

Letters of Ebenezer Fuller in 1879 stated that his brother 
Stillman had had two wives ; had one son by first wife ; that he was 
a Freewill Baptist minister ; that Stillman and his second wife in 
time of the war went to North Carolina and had 500 colored people 
under their care, teaching them ; that Stillman died there. 

Children ; 

206. I. A son, b. . 

83. Ezra? Fuller, ( Consider^, Ezrai,John*, Samuel i, Samuel-, 

Samuel^), b. Jan. 19, 1791, at Kingston, Mass.; d. ; ni. Oct. 

8, 18 1 8, to Eliza Cobb of Carver, Mass., by Rev. Elijah Dexter. 
(Plympton, Mass., Records.) 

Children : 

207. I. Sarah Tilden^, b. May 19, 1822 (Davis' Plymouth) ; 

d. Sept. 17, 1822. 

208. II. Eliza Barker^, b. May 26, 1S23; m. Nov. S, 1S4S, 

Daniel P. Sherman of North Bridgewater, Mass. 

209. till. Ezra Tilden^ b. May 5, 1S25 ; ra. Mary J. Dunbar, 

Aug. 23, 1849. 

210. IV. Betsey^, b. April 3, 1827; d. June 14, iSSi; m. 

April 4, 1848, Andrew J. Forbes of Bridgewater, 
Mass., and had: Melvin Jackson*?, b. Doc. 31, 
1848; Sarah Emilys, b. Nov. 21, 1S51; Clara 
Augusta y, b. May 25, 1854, and Angeline Allen 9, 
b. Sept. 23, 1861 ; all born in Bridgewater. 

211. V. Angelina Wood^, b. April 15, 1831 ; d. SepL 23, 

1869 ; m. Henry Allen of East Bridgewatctr. 

212. VI. Sarah^, b. May 11, 1832; d. Nov. 29, 1S96; ra. 

Sept. 7, 1853, Robert Clark of North Bridge- 
water and had: Frederick Clinton^, b. Aug. 17, 



86 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

1860, and Herbert Warren '>, b. July 12, 1870, in 
riymouth, Mass. 

213. 4:VII. Isadas^, b. March 4, 1834; m. Mary A. Mendell. 

214. VIII. Truman Holmes^, b. Nov. 29, 1839; m. Dec. 24, 

1 868, Mary Eliza Bartlett. Resides in Kingston, 
Mass. No children. 

215. IX. Mary Frances*, b. July 30, 1841. 

87 , John? Fuller, ( Consider^, Ezra s, John'^, Samucli, Samuel^, 

Sami/ci^), b. Jan. 12, 1801, at Kingston, Mass.; d. ; m. i, 

Nov. I, 1829, Caroline Bisbee of Kingston, who d. Dec. i, 1856; 
m. 2, Jan. 6, 1859, Elizabeth (Hyler), widow of Henry Bartlett of 
Kingston. She d. July 6, 1899, aged 87 y. 8 m. 7 d. 

Children : 

216. tl. John Andre^, b. Aug. i, 1830; m. Minerva 

Horsford. 

217. II. Caroline Elizabeth*, b. June 17, 1833; ni. i, April 

2, 1853, Thomas H. Bartlett of Kingston; m. 2, 
George M. Skinner of North Bridgewater. 

218. III. Emily Jane*, b. Jan. 14, 1841 ; d. Nov., 1858. 

J)0, Smith? Fuller, {Consider^, Ezra^, John'*, Satnucli, 
Samuel^, Samue/*), b. Sept. 5, 1809, in Kingston, Mass.; d. Sept. 
17, 1894 ; ni. Int. Pub. Jan. 2, 1830, with Eliza Churchill. 

He lived on the old homestead at Kingston. 

Children born to them were : 

219. $1. Ansel*, b. 1831 ; m, Salome Maria Bent. 

220. II. Ivouisa*, b. June 17, 1832; m. March 19, 1848, 

John Vaille. 

221. III. Hannah*, b. May 14, 1834 ; d. Aug. 26, 1852. 

222. IV. Joanna*, b. Oct. 14, 1836. 

223. tV. Nathan Thomas*, b. Dec. 8, 1841 ; m. Martha 

A. C. Woodward. (Churchill Genealogy. 
Kingston Records.) (Chas. M. Thatcher 
Middleboro Genealogies.) 

t>2. Samuel? Fuller, {Cojisider^, Ezra^, Johnny Samuel^, 
Samuel*, Samuel^), b. June 29, 1814, in Kingston, Mass.; d. Jan. 
20, 1892 ; m. April 7, 1836, Maria Churchill of Plympton. 

They resided in Kingston. 

Children born to them were : 

224. I. Maria Thomas*, b. April 6, 1837; m. Nov. 26, 

1854, Andrew Demerrit. (Carver Records.) 



FIFTH GROUP. 87 

225. II. Lois Frances'', b. Aug. 30, 1842 ; m. Oct. 20, 1861, 

Daniel Bishee of Kingston. 

226. III. Waldo Ames'^, b. Nov. 16, 1851 ; d. Oct. 17, 1852. 

(Churchill Genealogy.) 

227. IV. A dau., b. July 12, 1854. 

94. Waldo Ames? Fuller, {Consider^, Ezra^, John^, Samu<:/\ 
Samuel^, Samuel'), b. Feb. 20, 1821, in Kingston, Mass.; 
d. March 22, 1872; m. Aug. 29, 1852, Sarah Amanda Stetson of 
Kingston, who d. March 17, 1871. 

Children : 

228. I. Charles Waldo », b. 1854. 

229. II. Anne A.s, b. 1859. (F. A. Fuller MSS.) 

96. James? Fuller, {James^, Ezra^,John'^, Samuel^, Samuel ^^ 

Samuel^), b. May 14, 1802 ; d. ; m. Jan. 2, 1828, Elizabeth 

Martin. 

Resided at Georgetown, Mass. 

Children : 

230. I. John S.s, b. Oct. 3, 1828. 

231. II. James E.^, b. May 30, 1830. 

232. till. Josiah W.^, b. Oct. 13, 1832; m. Harriet Boynton. 

233. IV. Hannah W.s, b. May 2, 1834. (F. A. Fuller MSS.) 

99. Edward? Fuller, {James^, Ezra^, John*, Samuel i, 
Samuel*, Samuel'), b. Nov. 10, 1813, at Salem, Mass.; d. there 
Oct. 3, 1888; m. April 23, 1840, Eliza A. Little of West Newbury, 
Mass., who d. Oct. 30, 1896. 

Resided in South Danvers, Mass. 

Children : 

234. tl. Edward Little^, b. April 11, 1841 ; m. Mary C. 

Doane. 

235. II. Robert Melvin^, b. June 3, 1843 ; d. Sept. 22, 1S52. 

236. III. Alfred Augustus^, b. Aug. 21, 1847; "^- J"^y 20, 

1 89 1, Mary Florence May hew. 

237. IV. Louis Sturtevant^, b. Sept. 13, 1852; d. OcL 21, 

1863. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

103. Edward 8 Fuller, {IsaacT, Isaac^, Issachar^, John^, 
Samuel^, Samuel*, Samuel'), b. June 13, 1807 ; d. March 16, 1890; 



88 DESCENDANIS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

ni. Jan. 20, 1S33, Cclia 1>. Stevens, b. May 26, 1812 ; d. Sept. 21, 
1S66. 

They lived for a time in Hartford, Mc, and then removed to 
North Turner, Mc. 

The children of this union were : 

238. I. Elbridge Gerry'', b. May 18, 1834; d. Dec. 4, 

239. 4^11. Isaac Arnaldo'^, b. Feb. 12, 1837; m. Sarah E. 

Smith. 

240. III. Octavus Wrighf, b. Jan. 17, 1839; d. Sept. 15, 

I S40. 

241. $IV. Octavus Wright"> 2d, b. Jan. 24, 1841 ; m. Omelia 

Jones. 

242. V. Celia Emeline", b. March 22, 1843; d. June 14, 

1843. 

243. VI. Celia (ienevra", b. Nov. 26, [844; m. Dec. 8, 

1863, Ciiarlcs A. Dresser, b. Jan. 19, 1843; 
reside at Turner, Me. Children : Edward 
Lucius'", b. Ai)ril 8, 1S65 ; Inez Celia '°, b. Feb. 
28, 1S67, and Bert Arthur '°, b. May 2, 1875. 

244. VII. William Edward'^, b. March 11,1848; m. 1878, in 

Detroit, Mich., Mary Downey, b, March 5, 1850. 
lie has lived in several Western cities and is at 
present (1910) residing in Mishawaka, Ind. 
They have no children. 

245. VIII. Sarah Adcl"^ b. March 26, 1850; d. Aug. 11, 1850. 

104. EzEKiEL^ Fuller, {Isaac^, Isaac^, Issachar^, John^, 
Samucli, Samuel ^, Sdinitc/^), b. .April 22, 1809; d. Nov. 23, 1896, 
in Hartford, Me.; m. i, Ascnath Ames, who d. Feb. 7, 1840, aged 
23 years; m. 2, June 27, 1S40, Maria Farrar, b. April 21, 1814, d. 
June 27, 1890. 

He lived in Hartford, Turner, Livermore and Buckfield. By an 
accident in middle life he lost an eye, and much impaired his 
health. 

His children were, by his first wife : 

246. *I. Henry W.'>, b. June i, 1838; m. Huldah Glover. 
By second wife : 

247. II. Zii)i)orah", b. Sept. 4, 1841; d. June 4, 1876; m. 

1868, James Conwell, who d. April 12, 1877. 
Their children were : Adelbert L.'°, b. March 9, 
1869 ; Bertie A.'°, b. March 9, 1869, and James 
M.'°, b. Oct. 4, 1876. 



^'^ 




Essec Fuller. 



FIFTH GROUP. 9 1 

His children were : 

267. I. Edwin A.9, b. ; d. Jan. 18, 1857, aged 

five years. 

268. II. EsSec9, b. ; d. Jan. 14, 1857, aged three 

years. 

269. III. Elonzo9, b. ; d. March 3, 1862, aged six 

years. 

270. IV. Edith9, b. ; d. March 7, 1862, aged four 

years. 

271. V. May Forest^, b. ; d. Aug. 22, 1891; m. 

Jan. 15, 1862, Charles T. Hobbs of Turner, Me., 
and had : Edith M.'°, b. June 1, 1883, and Lillian 
F.'°, b. Sept. 10, 1886. 

112. Emery L.'* Fuller, {IsaacT, Isaac^, Issachar^^ John^^ 
Samueli, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Feb. 14, 1826; d. April 9, 190S, 
near North Turner, Me.; m. June 5, 1851, Eunice Records of 
Turner, Me., b. Oct. 27, 1833. 

They lived in Hartford, Me. ; removed to Peru, Me. ; thence to 
Turner, Me., and finally to North Turner. 

Their children were : 

272. I. William B.9, b. Sept. i, 1853. 

273. *II. Calvin R.9, b. Oct. 20, 1856. 

274. till. Charles E.9, b. May 20, 1858; m. Emma Trevett. 

116, Samuel^ Fuller, {SamueH, Isaac^, Issachar^^ j0hn\ 
Samuel i, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. April 26, 18 14, probably at 
Livermore, Me.; d. Aug. 14, 1906; m. May 26, 1843, Louisa 
Carver. 

Children : 

275. I. Louisa9, b. Feb. 26, 1844; d. April 17, 1861. 

120. Philander Bryant * Fuller, {SamueP, Isaac^, Issachar^, 
John^, Samutli, Samuel', Samuel^), b. Aug. 31, 1823 ; d. Aug. 31, 
1898, in Livermore, Me.; m. Jan. i, 1871, Lucinda W. Beals. 

Children : 

276. I. Louisa C.9, b. Jan. 23, 1872; m. Dec. 25, 1S97, 

Frank C. Morrison of West Farmington, Me., and 
have three children: Leonard F.'°, b. Oct. 21, 
1898; Esther L.'°, b. April 23, 1901, aiKl F. 
Chnton"°, b. May 9, 1907. 

277. II. Ethel L.9, b. Dec. 23, 1874. 




Edward Newton Fuller. 




Frank Fuller. 




Homer Taylor Fuller. 






FIFTH GROUP. 95 

Their children, born in Leominster, are : 

293. I. Walter B.9, b. July 30, 1872 ; m. June 16, 1903, M. 

Florence Dow of Arlington, Mass. He is a 
graduate of Worcester Technical Institute, and a 
draftsman for the Pennsylvania Steel Co. ; resid- 
ing in Harrisburg, Pa. 

294. II. Arthur T.9, b. Feb. 13, (876 ; graduate Worcester 

"Tech.;" is a draftsman, residing in Holyoke, 
Mass. 

145. Irving H.^ Fuller, {Sy/variusT, Noah^, Issachar^, John^, 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Aug. 2, 1852, in Lempster, N. H.; 
m. I, Oct. 6, 1875, Celia M. Piedmont at Lempster; m. 2, Nov. 21, 
1898, Mrs. Emma L. Packard of Fitchburg, Mass. 

He resided in Lempster until after the death of his father in 1891, 
when he removed to Fitchburg. 

His children were born in Fitchburg : 

295. I. Elsie M.9, b. Aug. 23, 1876 ; m. June, 1900, Charles 

T. Staniels of Fitchburg, where they reside. 

296. II. Howard B.9, b. June 13, 1878; m. Sept. 15, 1903, 

Etta Florence Bowen of Leominster, Mass^ 
where they reside. 

147, George Herbert^ Fuller, {BenoniT, Noah^, IssacharS^ 
John^, Samuel^, Samuel'^, Samuel^), b. Aug. 29, 1S52, at Lempster, 
N. H. ; d. March 28, 1908, at Roxbury, Mass.; m. Sept. 25, 1877, 
Clara L. Kent of Lawrence, Mass., who d. Jan. 8, 1882. 

He was a bookkeeper ; resided in Boston, Mass., after his wife's 
decease. 

They had one child : 

297. I. George Wadsworth^, b. April 24, 1879, at Lawrence, 

Mass.; m. Sept. 18, 1909, Marion I^wrence 
Hill, b. Aug. 14, 1880, at Roxbury. He is in 
business in Boston ; resides at Roxbury. 

149, JosiAH TiLLSON^ FuLLER, {TiilsoTiT , IssacJiar^, Issachar^, 
John^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Sa?nuei^), b. Nov. 22, 1822 ; d. Nov. 22, 
1863, in Louisville, Ky. ; m. Irene Parker. 

Children : 

298. I. May Belle9, b. Oct., 1856; d. , in Chicago, 

111.; m. June, 1852, Freiierick Mueller of Louis- 
ville and had Frederick Ferdinand '•'. 



96 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SANUJEL FULLER. 

loo. Orrin Augustus^ Fuller, {TillsonT, Issachar^, IssacharS^ 
John^, Samuc/i, Sa//iuc/^, Samuel^), b. Aug. 11, 1838, in Browns- 
ville, Pa.; d. July 2, 1904, in Philadelphia, Pa.; ni. Jan. 28, 1874, 
Sophia Fuller, b. Jan. 16, 1S53, in Petersburg, Pa., dau. of James, 
son of Jacob Fuller. 

Mrs. Fuller resides (1910) in Philadelphia. 

Their children were : 

299. $1. Harry Tillson^, b. Jan. 3, 1875; ra. Margaret 

Young Galbraith. 

300. II. James Robert^, b. Sept. 15, 1876; d. Nov. 17, 

1 88 1, in Philadelphia. 

301. III. Herbert Leslie9, b. Feb. 9, 1880. 

302. IV. Edith May*?, b. Sept. 23, 1884; m. Sept. 23, 1909, 

Frederick Rudolph Raeuchle, b. Oct. 12, 1878, 
in Pottsville, Pa. ; residing in Mahanoy City, Pa. 

303. V. Randall Mershon*?, b. June 30, 1886; d. April 4, 

1887. 

304. VI. Anna Louise 9, b. Dec. 5, 1890. 

15 J. TiLLSON^ Fuller, {IssacharT, Issachar^, Issachar^,JohTi^, 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel'), b. Dec. 25, 1831, at Pembroke, Mass., 
d. April 10, 190S, in Charleston, Me.; m. Feb. i, 1862, Lydia 
Stowell Sweetser, who d. Nov. 13, 1872. 

Children, all born in Hingham, Mass. : 

305. I. Nancy Jane", b. Jan. 6, 1865; m. Aug. 27, 1897, 

George Franklin Hardy and had : George 
Gresham'°, b. Sept. 14, 1898; Jack'°, b. April 
14, 1901, and Phillip "^ b. Sept. 20, 1903. 

306. II. Harriet Adaline^, b. July 12, 1S67; m. Oct. 12, 

1892, Rev. Nathan Hunt. Children: Merle '°, 
b. May 24, 1894; Esther Elizabeth ■°, b. March 
13, 1900, and Kathe;ine'°, b. March 13, 1900. 
I'hey reside in Charleston, Me. 

307. III. Marion Lovett9, b. Nu/. 13, 1868; m. July 25, 

1S99, Louis Peterson Maynard. Children: 
Percival Hardy '°, b. May 16, 1900, and Tillson 
Fuller '°, b. Sept. 29, 1902. 

308. IV. Lydia Florence9, b. April 17, 1870; d. Nov. 13, 

1872. 

ICO. John Nichols'' Fuller, {/ssacharT, Issachar^, Issachar^, 
John'', Samuel^ Samuel^ Samuel'), b. June 26, 1837, at Hingham, 
Mass. ; m. Sarah E. Thayer. 



FIFTH GROUP. 97 

Children : 

309. I. Arthur Gregg9, b. ; d. Aug. 21, 1861, aged 

3 months. 



161. Charles Mason^ Fuller, {IssacharT, Issachar^, Issachar^^ 
John'', Satnuel^, Satnuel*, Samuel^), b. Feb. 17, 1844, at Hingham, 
Mass. ; ro. Mary VV. Clapp of Boston, Mass. 

Capt. Fuller, formerly of the U. S. Navy, resides in Dorchester, 
Mass., with offices in State street, Boston. He is a dealer in invest- 
ment securities and a public lecturer on various popular and inter- 
esting subjects. 

Children : 

310. I. Alice De Carteret9, b. . 

IcSk^ James Scovill^ Fuller, {Charles^, Edward^, IssacharS^ 
John^, Samuel^, Samuel'^, Samuel^), b. Sept. 24, 1819, in Wyoming, 
Pa.: d. Jan. 2, 1877, in Scranton, Pa.; m. i, Feb. 26, 1846, 
Martha Sharp, who d. May 2, 1847; ra. 2, 1857, Mercy Bamom 
Porter. 

Children : 

311. I. Martha Maria^, b. Jan. 10, 1847; ro- ^^^y i» 1S73, 

Dr. William Elting Johnson, b. Oct. 17, 1837. 

1G5. Edward Charles^ Fuller, ( Charles^, Edward^, Issachar^y 
John'', Samuel^, Samuel^, Saviuel^^, b. Jan, 8, 1826, in Wyoming, 
Pa., d. in Scianton, Pa.; m. Jan. 2, 1849, Helen Ruthven. 

Edward C. Fuller came to Scranton while it was yet a village and 
was one of its most prominent and influential citizens. He was a 
druggist. 

Their children were : 

Charles Ruthven*?, b. Oct. 2, 1849; ™* ^t Faimy 

Maria Penman ; m. 2, Catherine Rayner Scranton. 

Edward La ton 9, b. Oct. 10, 1851 ; m. Helen Maria 

Silkman. 
James Alexander?, b. May 9, 1855; m. Eva 
Margaret Davis. 

Harry Grafton 9, b. ; m. Ida E^tellc Frink. 

Marion9, b. 



312. 


*I. 


313. 


*II. 


314- 


*III. 


315. 
316. 
317. 


*iv. 

V. 
VI. 



Helen Ruthven?, b. 



98 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

1(»J). John Dokrance^ Fuller, {CharksT, Edward^\ Issachar^, 
John^, Samuel^, Sanniel^, Samuel^), b. Nov. 6, 1834, in Wyoming, 
Pa.; d. Oct. 29, 189S, in E^lmhurst, Pa.; m. Feb. 10, 1863, Emma 
Chase Lathrop, b. Sept. 9, 1S43, d. Nov. i, 1879. 

Was in fire insurance business and lived in Scranton, Pa. 

Children : 

318. I. Frank'', b. Dec. 2, 1S63; d. Jan. 8, 1864. 

319. II. Nellie'^, b. Oct. 29, 1865; m. Nov. 17, 1887, 

Charles Richardson Smith, b. July 11, 1847, d. 
June 28, 1909. To Mr. Smith is due the credit 
for the collection of most of the genealogical 
data relating to the descendants of Edward^ 
Fuller of Montrose, Pa. The children of Mr. 
and Mrs. Smith are: Kenneth '°, b. Sept. 12, 
18SS; Mildred'", b. May 4, 1890; Ruth 
Fuller'", b. Nov. 1, 1891 ; Phillip Lathrop '°, b. 
Feb. 23, 1895, and Allan Breed '°, b. Aug. 7, 
1896 ; all of Scranton, Pa. 

Hattie fieer'', b. Aug. 27, 1868 ; d. July 20, 1869. 

ICmma Lathrop'*, b. Sept. 24, 1870. 

Lucy Leonard", b. Oct. 30, 1872. 

John Dorrance'^, b. Feb. 6, 1875; ^'^- Ruth Davis. 

Mary Lathrop'', b. Jan. 10, 1877 (name changed by 
law of N. Y. state to Mary Lathrop Johnson) ; 
ni. May 16, 1905, William Boyd Stamford, and 
had Martha Fuller'", b. May 26, 1907. 

173. WiLLLAM Henry ^ Fuller, {GcorgeT, E(hi.<ard^\ Issachar'i, 
Jolin'^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Aug. 10, 1829 ; d. Sept. 18, 
1898, in Scranton, Pa.; m. Oct. 6, 1S57, Mary Wheeler, b. Aug. 7, 
1S32, d. Oct. 23, 1903. 

He lived in Scranton, and for years was ticket agent for the D. 
L. ^: W. R. R. Co. 

Children : 

325. I. William Marshall 9, b. March 2, 1862. 

326. II. Eliza Wheeler'^, b. May 6, 1864 ; m. Feb. 22, 1886, 

Charles Bartlett Macquivey, b. Jan. 19, 1859, and 
had Earl Wadleigh'", b. Sept. 14, 1S86. 

llo. Isaac Francis'' Fuller, {George^, Edward^, Issachari, 
Johii'^y Samuel^, Samuc/^, SamueP), b. March 10, 1832; m. Nov. 
19, 1856, Hettie Carling, b. Oct. i, 1833. 

Lives in Scranton, Pa. 



320. 


HI. 


321. 


IV. 


322. 


V. 


323- 


*vi. 


324- 


VII. 



nFTH GROUP. 99 

Children : 

327. I. Mary Florence^, b. Feb. 20, i860; in. May 7, 

18S4, Charles Edward Wade, b. Oct. 11, 1S59, 
and had : Clara Buckley '°, b. Feb. 20, 1885, and 
Charles Edward '°, b. April 2, 1SS7. 

328. II. Anne Meixsell9, b. Oct. 12, 1866; m. Sept. 16, 

1886, Winfield Fremont Ward and had : Fremont 
Fuller '°, b. Nov. 18, 1887 ; Florence Elizabeth'", 
b. Aug. 22, 1892, and Donald Carling'*', b. Oct. 
5> 1897. 

329. III. Samuel Barnard^, b. Feb. 3, 1872 ; d. July 21, 1872. 

330. tlV. Francis Carling9, b. Oct. 12, 1875; "*• Bertha 

Lorine Powell. 

177. George Augustus ^ Fuller, ( George 7, Edward^, Issachar% 
John^, Satnuel^, Satnuel^, Samt^el^), b. Sept. 9, 1835; d. Jan. 20, 

1908, in Glenburn, Pa.; m. Oct. 5, 1859, Elizabeth Whitfield 
Scranton, b. March 17, 1838, d. Jan. 22, 1894. 

He resided in Scranton and Glenburn, Pa. 

Children : 

331. I. George Whitfield Scranton 9, b. Nov. 24, 1S60; d. 

April 5, 1909. 

332. II. Jane Scranton9, b. Nov. 24, 1863; m. June 2, 

1886, Arthur Hovey Storrs and had: Janet '°, b. 

July 24, 1887; William R. '°, b. July 24, 1SS9, 

d. Jan. 13, 1890, and Elizabeth Scranton '**, b. 

April 6, 1891. 
Frederick 9, b. Sept. 24, 1866; d. April 10, 1869. 
William Augustus 9, b. March 20, 1870. 
Lawrence Barnard9, b. April 19, 1875; m. June 20, 

1908, Elizabeth S. LaTourette. 

178, Frederick ^ Fuller, ( George 7, Edward^, Issachar^, John*, 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Sat>iuel^), b. May 13, 1837; m. June 6, 1S66, 
Laura Pardee Gay, b. Feb. 3, 1843. 

He is a member of the Board of Aldermen, Scranton, Pa. 
Children : 

336. I. Frederick Pardee 9, b. May 18, 1871. 

337. tll. Theodore Sedgwick9, b. Nov. 23, 1872; m. 

Margaret Stevens Cissel. 

183. Henry V.^ Fuller, {HenryT, Edward^, Issachar^^ John*, 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. March 25, i860; m. May, 1872, 



333- 


III. 


334- 


IV. 


335- 


V. 



4v^!iS;j4 



lOO DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

Children : 

338. I. A daughter, b. May 18, 1875; m. Joseph Fuller 

Slater. 

339. $11. Edward K.9, b. Oct. 21, 1877 ; ra. . 

1S.>, Albert^ Fuller, {Francis'^, Edward^, Issachar^, John^, 
Samucli, Samuei^, Safiiue/^), b. Aug. 13, 1843; ™' i» Anna Mary 
Phelps J m. 2, Clara ; m. 3, Anna Scott. 

Resides in New York City. Employed in the navy yard. 

Children : 

340. I. Alice Louise9, b. Nov. 24, 1866; m. Harry Tisdale 

and had : Laura Louise '° and Ethel Maria '°. 

341. II. Francis William9, b. Feb. 18, 1869; m. . 

342. III. Cyrus Edward 9, b. ; m. . 

l!>o. George s Fuller, {Jsaac^, Edward^, Issachar^, John^t 
Saiui/ci^y Samucl^f Sa;/iuc/'), b. April 24, 1850; m. June 11, 1879, 
Mary Jamison. 

He resides at Cohoes, N. Y. 

Children : 

343. I. Stuart Jamison 9, b. May 4, 1880. 

344. II. Isaac Sutton 9, b. Feb. 25, 1886. 

1J)9. Noel B.** Fuller, (EzraT, Ebenezer^^ Issachar^, John^, 
Siimuc/^fSamue/^, Saviiicl^), b. Oct. 15, 1841, in Somerset, Mass.; 
d. Feb. 25, 1901, in Taunton, Mass.; m. i, April 12, i860, Mary L. 
Wilbur, b. in VVinthrop, Me. ; m. 2, Nov. 24, 1883, Angenette J. 
Manchester, who resides (1909) in Taunton, Mass. 

Children : 

345. I. Ella E.9, b. i860; d. March 12, 1861, in Taunton. 

346. II. Elizabeth S.9, b. Nov. 8, 1886, in Taunton. (Car- 

ver, Middleboro and Taunton Records.) 

2(H>, Ezra Tilden^ Fuller, {Ezra^, Consider^, Ezra^, John^, 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. May 5, 1825; m. Aug. 23, 1849, 
Mary J. Dunbar of East Bridgewater, Mass. 

They resided in East Bridgewater. 

Their children were : 

347. I. Ezra Edgar9, b. Dec. 28, 1857; d. Dec. 10, 1864. 

348. II. Percy Dunbar9, b. July 31, 1864. 




Mrs. Mary Eliza (Fuller) Aiexande 




John Knowles Alexande 



nFTH CROUP. lOI 

349. III. Carlotta Estclle9, b. Sept. 30, 1867; ra. SepL 25, 

1889, Charles Raymond Ransden. 

213. ISADAS^ Fuller, {EzraT, Cotisider^, Ezra^^ John*, 
Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel*), b. March 4, 1834, in Kingston, Mass.; 
m. July 25, 1859, Mary Allen Mendell. 

They reside at East Bridgewater, Mass. 

Children : 

350. I. Mary Eliza 9, b. May 3, i860, in Campello, Mass.; 

m. June 2, 1892, John Knowles Alexander and 
had: John Herbert '°, b. Oct. 30, 1893; Grace 
Fuller ""j b. July 3, 1896; Andrew Jackson 
Bradford'", b. Feb. 8, 1S9S, and Beatrice May'", 
b. Aug. I, 1901 ; reside at East Bridgewater. 

351. til. Frederick E.9, b. Sept. 10, 1862; na. Mary Stanton 

Keith. 
35*. III. Moses Mendell 9, ] twins; b. Dec. f^'J^ '3. 

U.I 865, at East I '^^^• 
353. IV. Maria Washburn 9, J ^"^Sevvater; |^^^ ^^^^ ^^ 

1895, William T. Leonard and had Albert 
Mendell '°, b. July 23, 1905. They reside at 
Elmwood, in East Bridgewater. 

216. John Andre^ Fuller, {JohnT, Consider^, Ezra^^John*, 
Samuel i, Samuel*, Samuel*), b. Aug. i, 1830, in Kingston, Mass.; 
m. in California, Minerva A. Horsford of Norwich, N. Y. 
They resided in Kingston. 
Children : 

John Andre 9, b. Nov. 27, 1855. 

Benjamin C.9, b. Feb. 8, 1858; d. Dec. 27, 1858. 

Emily Jane9, b. Dec. 15, 1859. 

Caroline Bisbee9, b. Jan. 24, 1863. 

219. Ansel* Fuller, {Smi//P, Consider^, EzraS, John*, 
Samuel^, Samuel'*, Samuel*), b. 183 1, at Kingston, Mass.; m. May 
18, 1863, Salome Maria Bent. 

Children : 

358. I. Herman W.9, b. Sept. 5, 1867, at Carver; m. Dec 

29, 1896, Addie Wardell. 

359. tll. Otis Granville9, b. 1869 ; m. Lottie M. Wentworth. 

360. till. Adelbert W.9, b. 1871 ; m. Alice Doolan. 

361. IV. A son, b. March 9, 1872; d. July 11, 1872. 

(Charles M. Thatcher, and Carver Records.) 



354. 


I. 


355. 


II. 


356. 


III. 


357. 


IV. 



I02 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

223. Nathan Thomas^ Fuller, {Smi//iT, Consider^, Ezra^, 
John'>, Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Dec. 8, 1841 ; m. Nov. 26, 
1863, Martha A. C. Woodward. 

Children, recorded at Carver, Mass. : 

362. I. Albert E.9, b. May 4, 1865. 

232. jcKMAH W.s Fuller, {JamesT, James^, Ezra^, John'*, 
Samueli, Samuel \ Samuel'), b. Oct. 13, 1832, in Georgetown, 
Mass. ; m. Harriet Boynton. 

Children : 

363. I. Edward B.<^ b. March 3, 1859. 

364. II. Frank L.9, b. Oct. 7, 1863. 

365. III. Frederick M.9, b. June 17, 1885. (F. A. Fuller 

MSS.) 

234. Edward Liitle'' Fuller, {EdwardT, James^y Ezra^, 
Jolui*', Samuel^ Samuel"", Samuel'), b. April 11, 1841, at South 
Danvers, Mass.; m. Dec. 22, 1864, Mary Cushing Doane of Brook- 
line, Mass., b. Aug. i, 1845, at Rocky Nook, Hingham, Mass. 
Children : 

366. I. Elizabeth Lincoln^, b. Sept. 21, 1865, in Brookline ; 

ni. June 7, 1894, Rev. Henry North George Hall, 
of London, Eng. 

367. II. Maybell l)oane9, b. May 3, 1868, in Boston; d. 

there April 8, 1893. 

368. III. Margaret^, b. Sept. 18, 1869; d. June 25, 1870, in 

South Framingham, Mass. 

369. IV. Edward Abbott^, b. Dec. 11, 1875, in Philadelphia, 

Pa. ; in business in Boston. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

23?). Isaac Arnaldo9 Fuller, {Ed^card^, IsaaeT, Isaac^, 
Issachar^, John^, Satnueli, Samuel^, Samuel'), h. Feb. 12, 1837; 
d. Dec. 17, 1S82 ; m. March 17, 1865, Sarah E.Smith, b. June S, 
1S45, at North Turner, Me., d. Aug. 31, 1897, in Auburn, Me. 

He was a shoemaker, and a veteran of the Civil war. 

Their children were : 

370. tl. Frank Arnaldo'°, b. Jan. 3, 1867; m. Helen May 

Dillingham. 

371. II. Marie Adel'°, b. July 20, 1868, at North Turner; 

m. May 22, 1886, Franklin H. Crafts, b. July 2, 



FIFTH GROUP. IO3 

1863, at West Auburn, Me., d. Sept. 2, 1S95. 
Their son, Earl Franklin", was b. July 25, 1SS7, 
at Auburn. 

372. III. Elizabeth Estelle ■", b. Aug. 22, 1872, at North 

Abington, Mass. 

373. IV. Geargiana'°, b. July 13, 1875, at Livermore, Me. ; 

m. Sept. 12, 1893, Lester L. Stevens, b. Oct. iS, 
1873, at Auburn, Me. Children, all b. at 
Auburn, are : Harold Elwood ", b. Jan. 28, 1S94 ; 
Hazel Electa", b. Jan. 28, 1895; Philip 
Haskell ", b. June 27, 1901 ; Eleanor Elizabeth", 
b. Feb. 29, 1904, and Lester Leigh", b. Sept. 12, 
1908. 

374. V. Amelia Melvina'°, b. Sept. 13, 1876, at Livermore, 

Me.; m. May 15, 1&95, James E. Mitchell, b. 
Oct. 4, 1874, at Brunswick, Me. They have : 
Leone Agnes", b. April 27, 1896, and James", 
b. June 26, 1900; both born in Auburn. 

240. OcTAVUS Wright 9 Fuller, {Edward^, IsaacT, Isaac^y 
Issachar^, John^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^ (deaf mute), b. 
Jan. 24, 1841 ; m. May 23, 1875, Omelia Jones (deaf mute) of 
Peeled Chestnut, Tenn., b. Nov. 30, 1849. 

He was educated at the Institution for Deaf and Dumb in 
Connecticut ; has lived at South Paris, Me., for many years. 

Children : 

375. I. Edward Wright '"j b. June 13, 1877; d. Jan. 23, 

1900. 

376. 11. Alfred Elbridge'°, b. March 18, 1880. 

'24G. Henry W.'^ Fuller, {Ezekiel^, IsaacT, Isaac^, Issachar^^ 
John^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. June i, 183S; m. July 4, 
1864, Huldah Reed Glover of Hartford, Me., b. Jan. 27, 1841, d. 
April 13, 1907, at their home near South Paris, Me. 

Their children are : 

377. I. Asenath A.'°, b. May 6, 1867; m. Nov. 11, 1893, 

Edson E. Spofford and has: Ethel Bemice", b. 
May 10, 1895, and Arthur Henry", b. June 4, 
1903. 

378. II. Mary A.'°, b. Aug. 2, 1874; m. Oct. 18, 1902, 

Lysander J. Monk, and has: Eola Maude", b. 
April 19, 1906, and Ella Isabella", b. July 23, 
1909. 



I04 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

240, Isaac D.'^ Fuller, {Ezekiei'^, Isaac^, Isaac^, Issachar^, 
John^, Samueii, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. March 8, 1846; m. Feb. 3, 
1866, Olive A. Swallow, b. Sept. 4, 1846, d. May 19, 1893, at their 
home in North Buckfield, Me. 

He is a veteran of the Civil war. He met with a terrible 
misfortune at the celebration July 3, 1886, at Buckfield, Me., when 
both hands were blown ofl by the premature discharge of an anvil 
heavily loaded with powder. 

Children : 

379. tl. Frank Eugene '°, b. Oct. 20, 1866; m. Carrie Ellen 

Rowe. 

380. H. Florence A.'°, b. Dec. 26, 1868; m. July 4, 1900, 

Lester F. Champion of Brockton, Mass. 
3S1. HI. Flora l).'", b. Oct. 31, 1870; m. Aug. 16, 1889, 

Frank Edson Smith, b. Feb. 12, 1866. Their 
children were: Madge Louise", b. Feb. 3, 
1891 ; Arthur Bernard", b. Feb. i, 1892, d. 
April 8, 1892, and Harry Lowell", b. Dec. 2, 
1894. 

382. IV. Eva May'°, b. Sept. 30, 1879 ; d. Sept. 5, 1905 ; m. 

Oct. I, 1 90 1, Edward E. Hammond. Their 
dau., Olive E.", was b. Aug. 23, 1905. 

255. Welcome Y:> Fuller, {Elatu!^, IsaacT, Isaac^, IssacharS, 
John\ Samucli, Samuel', Samuc/'), b. Dec. 25, 1847 ; m. Dec. 4, 
1881, Cora P. Boothby, b. May 12, 1859, at Livermore, Me. 

In early life Mr. Fuller spent several years in the West, returning 
to Livermore in 1S78 and opening a general merchandise store. He 
was Postmaster and Justice of the Peace for many years; was twice 
elected to town offices and then declined further honors ; has been 
in business since 1906 in North Turner, Me.* 

The children of Mr. and Mrs. Fuller were all born in Livermore : 

383. I. Edna May'°, b. June 30, 1883. 

384. II. Paul Stewart 'o, b. July 19, 1890; d. Nov. 7, 1895. 

385. III. Ralph Emerson '°, b. July 21, 1891. 

386. IV. Elva Alberta 'S b. Jan. 25, 1895. 

2G5. Edwin E.9 Fuller, {Esscc^, /saacT, Isaac^, IssacharS, 
John*-, Samuel^, Satnuel^, Samuel^), b. Sept. 24, 1846; m. i, 



•ll is to Mr. Welcome F. Fuller thai the descendants of Isaac? Fuller and the compiler of 
this volume are greatly indebted for the practically complete genealogical data concerning the 
above-mentioned descendants. 




Welcome F. Fuller. 




Clinton Everett Fuller. 




Henry Jones Fuller. 




Edward Laton Fuller. 




FIFTH GROUP. IO7 

10, 1 85 1, in Hawley, Pa.; d. Jan. 29, 1909, in Augusta, Ga., 
whither he had gone from his Scranton home accompanied by his 
physician. The immediate cause of death was apoplexy. He m. 
Sept. 28, 1876, Helen Maria Silkman of Scranton, b. Sept. 11, 1854. 

Mr. Fuller received a common school education and entered the 
employment of a prominent mercantile house. Later he started in 
business for himself, but conditions and circumstances not being 
favorable his first adventures proved disastrous. He persevered 
however, and directing his attention to acquiring and operating 
coal properties, became recognized as one of the most capable and 
efficient individual operators. Later, he sold his collieries and 
organized the International Salt Company. He was also a railroad 
director and promoter ; director Pennsylvania Casualty Co. ; 
director Wyoming Shovel Works ; treasurer LacKawanna Hospital ; 
president board of trustees, Second Presbyterian Church ; member 
Scranton Board of Trade, and of the Municipal League. Socially, 
Mr. Fuller was as active as in business, being a member of various 
local clubs, and also of the Maryland Club of Baltimore, the Buffalo 
Club of Buffalo, N. Y., of various New York clubs, and of the New 
England societies of both Scranton and New York. Mr. Fuller was 
not ostentatious. It was an article of his creed that wealtri was a 
trust to be administered by its owner for the benefit of all whom it 
could wisely be made to reach, and that the trust should be 
discharged, as far as possible, personally and not by will. It was 
thoroughly characteristic of him and his wife that they chose as a 
method of celebrating their silver wedding the building of an 
addition to their church, in order that its activities might be 
widened and facilitated. 

Mr. Fuller was deservedly popular. He possessed rare personal 
charms, manly vigor, a frank and open disposition, unusual 
conversational ability and unfailing cheerfulness. Perhaps his most 
striking quality was his dauntless courage. His spirit seemed to rise 
superior to every disaster and to take fresh impulse from multiplied 
obstacles. He was deeply loved by all who came most closely io 
contact with him, and his loss will be deeply felt by a country-wide 
circle of friends. (Gleanings from Scranton, Pa., Tribune, Jan. 30, 
1909.) 

Mrs. Fuller, who survives him, resides in Scranton. 



Io8 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

They have one child, a son : 

408. tl. Mortimer B."=, b. Aug. 12, 1877; m. Kathryn 

Irvine Steel. 

314. James Alexander^ Fuller, {^Edward C.^, Charles^, 
Ed7i.'ani^, Issachar^, John^, Samuel i, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. May 
9, 1S55, in Scranton, Pa.; m. April 19, 1S81, Eva Margaret Davis, 
b. Dec. 24, 1855. 

Resides in Genesco, N. Y. 
Children : 

409. I. Bertha Davis '°, b. June 30, 1882. 

410. II. Selia Jay'°, b. Jan. 22, 1884. 

315. Harry Grafton'^ Fuller, {Edzvard C.^, Char/cs'J, 
Edicard^, Jssachar^, John'^, Saviucl^, Samucl^y Samuel^), b. 
, in Scranton, Pa. ; m. Dec. 19, 1879, ^^^ Estelle Frink. 

Children : 

411. $1. Henry Grafton'°, b. Oct. 3, 1881 ; m. Lucy Claude. 

32:>. John Dorrance^ Fuller, {John D.^, CharksT, Edtvard^, 
Issachar^, John^, Samuel^, Samuel^, SamucP), b. Feb. 6, 1875; 
m, June 17, 1903, Ruth Jarvis, b. July 29, 1878. 

He resides in Peckville, Pa. 

Children : 

412. I. Frances Mary'°, b. Oct. 23, 1906. 

330. Francis Carling9 Fuller, {Isaac F.^, George^, Edward^, 
Issachar^, John^f Samuel^, Samuel^, Samue/*), h. Oct. 12, 1875; 
m. Bertha Lorine Powell. 

Their children are : 

413. I. Joseph Boies '°, b. April 25, 1903. 

414. II. Francis VVilmot'°, b. Feb. 4, 1905. 

415. III. Helen Powell '°, b. July 18, 1908. 

337. Theodore Sedgwick 9 Fuller, {Frederick^, George'^, 
Edward^, Issachar^ John^, Samuel i, Samuel'*, Samue/'), h. Nov. 
23, 1S72, in Scranton, Pa.; m. Nov. 15, 1904, Margaret Stevens 
Cissel, b. Jan. 17, 1S78. 

Children : 

416. I. Katherine Barnard '°, b. Jan. 9, 1908. 



CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS. ' '^^ 

Mr. Frederick Pardee Fuller, number 336 of the 5th Group in 
Vol. II of Fuller Genealogy, (see page 99), states in a letter dated 
at Yonkers, N. Y., Oct. 11, 19 10, that he is the husband of Margaret 
Stevens (Cissel) Fuller, while Theodore S. Fuller, his brother, 
remains unmarried. 

Mr. F. P. Fuller also givts the date of birth of his son, and states 
that the date of birth of his father, number 178 of said group, 
should be given as March 13, 1837, instead of May 13, 1837. 
Hence paragraphs attached to individual numbers 178, 336 and 337 
of the 5th group need correcting in these particulars, and on page 
108, substituting the individual number 336 for 337, the attached 
data should be as follows : 

33G. Frederick Pardee 9 Fuller, {Frederick^, George'^f 
Edward^, Issachar^, John*>, Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. May 
18, 1871, in Scranton, Pa.; m. Nov. 15, 1904, Margaret Stevens 
Cissel, b. Jan. 17, 1878. 

Children : 
416. I. Katherine Barnard '°, b. Jan. 9, 1908. 

4i6rf. II. Frederick Richard '°, b. Aug. 20, 1909. 

The original data was taken from manuscript of the late C. R. 
Smith that was kindly loaned to me by Mrs. Nellie (Fuller) Smith, 
number 319 of the 5th Group, who died June 4, 1910. 




Frederick E. Fuller. 



nFTH GROUP. X09 

339. 'u Edward K.9 Fuller, {Henry V?, Henryi, Edward\ 
Issachar^, John'i, Samuel^, Satmtel^, Samuel^), h. Oct. 21, 1877; 
m. May 18, 1900, . 

Children : 

417. I. Frederick VV.'°, b. March 22, 1903. 

418. II. Blanche A.'°, b. April 15, 1906. 

351. Frederick E.9 Fuller, {/sadas^, EzraT, Consider^, 
Ezra^, John'*, Satnuel^, Samuel^, Samuel ^),h. Sept. 10, 1862, ia 
East Bridgewater, Mass. ; m. June 17, 1890, Mary Stanton Keith, b. 
Aug. 7, 1867, in East Bridgewater. 

Mr. Fuller is a merchant residing in East Bridgewater; was a 
member of the Legislature in 1901 and 1902. 

Their children, b. in East Bridgewater, are : 

419. I. Marion Keith '°, b. May 3, 1891. 

420. II. Samuel ■°, b. Sept. 19, 1895. 

359, Otis Granville 9 Fuller, {Ansel^, SmiihT, Consider^, 
Ezras, John'<, Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Aug. 18, 1869, at 
Middleboro, Mass.; m. Aug. 3, 1889, I^ttie M. Wentworth. 

Children : 

421. I. Hazel Wentworth'", b. March 7, 1890, at 

Middleboro. 

300. Adelbert W.9 Fuller, {Anse/% Sviithi^ Consider^, 
Ezra^, John'', Samuel^, Samuel^, Sa?nuel^), b. Jan. 15, 1871, in 
Middleboro, Mass.; ra. Feb. 24, 1892, Alice Doolan. 

Children, all born in Middleboro : 

422. I. Adelbert Otis'°, b. Aug. 24, 1892. 

423. II. Herman Mack'", b. May 24, 1894. 

424. III. Granville Daniel'", b. Sept. 18, 1896. 

425. IV. Agatha Thelma'°, b. Sept. 30, 1903. 

TENTH GENERATION. 

370. Frank Arnaldo'° Fuller, {Isaac A?, Edward^, IsaacT, 
Isaac^, Issachar^, Samuel^, Samuel', Sa>nue/*), b. Jan. 3, 1867 ; m. 
Jan. 26, 1889, Helen May Dillingham, b. July 8, 1869, in Lewiston, 
Me., d. June 20, 1905, leaving a daughter : 

426. I. Sadie Marie", b. Nov. 6, 1890. 



no DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

:J71>. Frank Eugf.ne'° Fuller, {Isaac D.^, Ezekiel^, Isaac^, 
Isaac^\ Issachar^, Jo/ni^, Samuel^, Samuei^, Samuel^), b. Oct. 20, 
1866; m. Dec. 10, 1893, Carrie Ellen Rowe, b. Nov. 12, 1874. 

Their son : 

427. I. Lester Eugene", b. Nov. 13, 1895. 

:J1K;. Charles L.'" Fuller, {Albert HP, Charles T.^, Considerl, 
John'\ Jssachar^, John^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Samuel^), h. Jan. 15, 
1877, in Brockton, Mass. ; m. Sept. 30, 1903, Gertrude Walker. 

They reside in Brockton, Mass. 

Children : 

428. I. Albert W.", b. Aug. 8, 1904. 

408, Mortimer Bartine'° Fuller, {Edward L.^, Edward C.^, 
Charles^, Edward^\ Issachur^, John^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Sajnuel^), 
b. Aug. 12, 1877, in Scranton, Pa.; m. Feb. 16, 1904, Kathryn 
Irvine Steel, b. May 10, 1884. 

Mr. Fuller was associated with his father in various industrial 
enterprises, one of the most important being the International Salt 
Co. 

He resides in Scranton. 

Their children are : 

429. I. Edward Eaton", b. Nov. 23, 1904. 

430. II. Mortimer B.", b. July 23, 1907. 

411, Henry Grafion'° Fuller, {Harry G.^, Edward C?, 
Charles^, Edward^', Jssachar^, John^, Samuel^, Samuel*, Samuel^) ^ 
b. Oct. 3, 1881 ; m. March 24, 1908, Lucy Claude. 

He graduated Feb., 1906, from the U. S. Naval Academy with the 
rank of Ensign, and is now (1909) attached to U. S. S. Colorado. 

Children : 

431. I. John Wilkinson", b. March 20, 1909. 



SIXTH GROUP. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

JABEZ* FULLER, {SamueP), AND SOME OF HIS 
DESCENDANTS. 



20, Jabez4 Fuller, {Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. June, 1701, 

in Plympton, Mass. (Plymouth Records) ; d. ,i757, in 

Kingston, Mass. (Brainard's MSS.) ; m. i, Nov. 12, 1724, by Rev. 
Isaac Cushman, to Deborah Soule (Plympton Records), who d. Jan. 
24, 1724/5 (Gravestone Records in Mayflower Descendants Magazine, 
Vol. 10, p. 115) ; m. 2, Mercy Gray, b. Feb. 4, 1703/4 (Mayflower 

Desc, Vol. I, p. 145), who "d. 5, 1782, at Plymouth, ia 

79th year" (N. E. Register, Vol. X), "widow of Jabez Fuller." 

Children, recorded at Kingston, Mass. : 

1. I. ThomasS, b. Aug. 31, 1734; d. April 2, 1738. 

2. II. Joanna S, b. March 31, 1736; m. May 3, 1762, 

Thomas Harlow. 

3. III. James s, b. Dec. 4, 1737; m. Hannah . 

Nothing further found. 

4. IV. Jabez s, b. Feb. 24, 1739; ™' Ruth Wright. 

Nothing further found. 

5. tV. Johns, b. Sept. 29, 1741 ; m. Rebecca Robbins. 

6. VI. MercyS, b. July 6, 1747; m. 1777, in Hardwick, 

Mass., Edmund Willis and removed to Wood- 
stock, Vt. Letter to church there dated July 30, 
1789 (Brainard's MSS.). Vermont Historical 
Gazetteer, Vol. 4, p. 137, mentions "Nancy" 
(Mercy?) wife of Edward Willis — early settleis 
of Calais, Vt. 



112 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

5. Johns Fullkr, {Jahez't, Samuel^, Samuel^, Satnuel^), b. 
Sept. 29, 1741, in Kingston, Mass.; d. Oct. 20, 1828; m. April 28, 
1768, Rebecca Robbins of Carver, Mass., b. March 3, 1748, d. June 
16, 1815, ae. 67 yrs. 

Children, recorded at Kingston : 

7. I. John'', b. June 2, 1769, in Plymouth, Mass.; 

])erhaps is the John Fuller of Kingston, who m. 
Sei)t. 16, 1792, Hannah Macomber at Middle- 
boro, Mass., and ni. 2, March 23, 1806, 
" Elizabeth Donham, both of Kingston." 

8. II. Rebecca^', b. Aug. 12, 1771, in Plymouth; d. Dec. 

25, 1772. 

9. tin. James^ b. Aug. 17, 1773, in Plymouth; m. Mary 

(Polly) Delano. 

10. IV. Mercy ^ b. Nov. 23, 1775, in Plymouth; d. Nov. 

25. 1775- 

11. V. Mercy ^ 2d, b. Oct. 16, 1776, in Plymouth; m. 

Thaddeus Churchill. (Lewis, son of Thaddeus 

and Mercy Churchill, d. Sept. 22, 1835, ae. 

17 yrs.) 
Rebecca'^ 2d, b. April 2, 1779; m. March 29, 1797, 

Joseph Rider of Plymouth. 
Kleazer Robbins^', b. Nov. 22, 1784; m. Sarah 

(Sally) Drew. 
Betsey'', b. Sept. 2, 1787; m. May 10, 1804, 

Ephraim Patz. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

0, Jamks<^ Fuller, {JoIinS, Jabez'<, Samuel^, Samuel'*, 
Samuel*), b. Aug. 17, 1773, in Plymouth, Mass.; d. June 22, 1859; 
m. Feb. 15, 1799, Mary Delano, who d. Oct. 14, 1S58. 

He is called Capt. James Fuller. 

Children : 

15. I. Emily?, b. Nov. 13, 1799; d. 1889; m. July 20, 

1820, Caj)t, Charles Robbins. 

16. II. Mary Chandler?, b. Nov. 28, 1802; d. June 22, 

1829, at New Orleans, La.; ra. Sept. 7, 1828, 
Capt. William Churchill. 

17. $111. James?, b, Jan. 3, 1805 ; m. May 11, 1830, Asenath 

Delano Churchill. 

18. IV. Lucy Delano?, b. July 27, 1807 ; d. May 5, 1816. 

19. V. Matilda7,b. ; d. Sept.29, 1817, ae. 3y. 11 m. 



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VIII. 



SIXTH GROUP. 113 

13. Eleazer Rodbins*^ Fuller, {John^, Jabez^, Samueii^ 
Samiul^, Samuel^), b. Nov. 22, 1784, in Kingston, Mass.; d. Nov. 
19, i860; m. I, Nov. x6, 1805, Sarah (Sally) Drew, b. 17S6, d. Jan. 
4, 1825; m. 2, March i, 1835, Abigail Harlow of Plympton, Mass. 

Children, recorded in Kingston, Mass. : 

20. $!• Alexander?, b. Sept. i, 1S06; in. Rebecca L. 

Spring. 

21. II. Hannah D.7, b. Dec. 2, 1807; m. Int. Pub. Nov. 

24, 1S33, with Philip Washburn. 

22. III. Rebecca?, b. Nov. 24, 1809; m. Oct. 15, 1S43, 

John Battles. 

23. IV. Eleazer?, b. Dec. 22, 181 1 ; d. July 20, 1834. 

24. V. Samuel D.?, b. May 7, 1813; d. June 23, 1906, in 

Kingston, aged 94 y. i m. 14 d. ; married and 
lived in the West. Nothing more learned. 

25. VI. Hiram?, b. ; d. Sept. 9, 1815, aged 22, 

days.* 

26. VII. Sarah D.?, b. Dec. 21, 18 16; m. 1844, Thomas F. 

Staples. 

27. tVlII. Hiram? 2d, b. March 2, 1819; m. Emily . 

28. $IX. George?, b. Jan. i, 182 1 ; m. Mary Thomas. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

17. James? Fuller, {Jamcs'\John^, Jabez"*, Satnucl'!', Samuel' ^ 

Samuel^), b. Jan. 3, 1805; d. 1886; m. , Asenath Delano 

Churchill, b. 1805, d. 1885. 

Children : 

29. I. Mary Chandler^, b. Aug. 8, 1S31, in Kingston, 

^Iass. ; d. 1894; m. June 5, 1857, Capt. George 
Colling\vood of Shaw's Flat, Tuolumne Co., CaL, 
and had : George 9, Mary E. C. ">, Beulah Orton^, 
William C. C.9 and Laura 9. 

30. II. James Albert^ b. July 29, 1S33, in Kingston; d. 

March, 1905, in San Francisco, Cal., unmarried. 

31. tin. William Henry ^, b. Dec. 11, 1834; m. Clarinda H. 

Burns. 

32. IV. Lucia Churchill^, b. Jan. 11, 1837, in Kingston; d. 

1895, in Haverhill, Mass.; m. July 3, 1S67, in 
Boston, John Brown, and had : Chester F.9, 
Arthur T.9 and Asenath F.9, all bom in HaverhilL 

33. V. Chester H.^ b. July 14, 1838. Served ij years in 



*The KiogstOD Records do not mention the binh of Hiram ist, but gire date ol di^alb 
•s above. 



114 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

1 8th Mass. Vols., and 3 years in the navy in the 
Civil war ; unmarried ; resides in Kingston, 
where he was born. 

34. VI. Asenath Delano^ b. July 30, 1840, in Kingston; 

d. Feb. 17, 1868. 

35. VII. Beulah Orton'*, b. March 7, 1843, in Kingston; d. 

Jan. 26, 1868. 

36. VIII, Arabella Johnson s, b. Aug. 21, 1847; d. Oct. 3, 

1905, in Haverhill, Mass.; m. Feb. 27, 1869, 
Horace L.Page and had: William Horace 9, b. 
Oct. II, 1869, at Kingston; Beulah Asenath 9, b. 
Feb. 26, 1872, d. Dec. 14, 1879; Charles Ira 9, b. 
Dec. 20, 1877, at Haverhill; Henrietta Page 9, 
b. April 27, 1880, d. May 23, 1880; James 
Albert9, b. April 16, 188 1, in Haverhill; Florence 
Ella", b. June 29, 1888, m. July 2, 1906, George 
Frank Tift. 

'20. Alkxander7 Fuller, {Eleazcr RS',Johni, Jabez^, Samuel^, 
Saniuc/^, Sainiiel^), b. Sept. i, 1806, in Kingston, Mass.; 

d. ; m. Nov. 14, 1832, in Sandwich, Mass., Rebecca L. 

Spring of Sandwich, who d. Jan. 7, 1888. He was "of Sandwich" 
at time of marriage. 

Children, b. in Sandwich : 

37. I. Alexander^, b. Dec. 28, 1838. 

38. II. Sarah Elizabeth^, b. Aug. 30, 1840; m. Nov. 30, 

1863, Oscar F. Wixon. 

27. Hiram? Fuller, {Eleazcr R.^, John^, Jabez^, Samuel^, 
Samuel-, Saiiiuc/'), b. March 2, 1819, in Kingston, Mass.; d. July 

21, 1877 ; m. , Emily , b. March i, 1817, d. Dec. 10, 

1852. 

Children : 

39. I. Emma Ann^ b. 1847; d. Aug. 11, 1848, aged 

II m. 4 d. (From Kingston Cemetery Records.) 

2H. George? Fuller, {Eleazcr RS', John^, Jabez^, Samuel \ 
Samuel^, Samuel'), b. Jan. i, 1S21, at Kingston, Mass.; m. May 26, 
1845, Mary Thomas of Plymouth, Mass., who d. there Nov. 15, 
1882. 

Children : 

40. I. Mar>'^, b. ; ra. Oct. 4, 1866, Cornelius F. 

Bradford. 

41. II. Alice Drew**, b. Nov. 27, 1854, in Plymouth. 



SIXTH GROUP. 115 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

31. VViLUAM Henry^ Fuller, {James^ ^ Janies^^ John^^ Jabez^y 
Samuel^, Samuel*, Sa?nuel^), b. Dec. 11, 1834, in Kingston, Mass.; 
m. Dec. 24, 1867, in Kingston, Clarinda H. Bums of Boston, Mass., 
b. Aug. 3, 1849, d. Jan. 10, 1907. 

Mr. Fuller was First Sergeant, Troop E, Second Cavalry, California 
Volunteers, Sept., 1861, to Oct., 1864. He now (1909) resides in 
Maiden, Mass. 

Children : 
42 



43 
44 

45 

46 

47 
48 

49 
50 

51 



I. James Erskine9, b. Sept. 25, 1868, in Kingston; 

d. May 29, 1S75. 
II. Florence Taylor9, b. Oct. 28, 1869, in Cambridge, 
Mass. ; d. Jan. 9, 1S88. 
III. Mary .'\senath9, b. Aug. 6, 187 1, in Arlington, Mass. ; 
d. Sept. 18, 1896; ra. Sept., 1894, Frederick 
Osborn of Cambridge and had Raymond '", 

b. . 

IV. Hiram Chester9, b. June 20, 1873; ^- Sept- 3, 

1873- 
V. Margaret Elizabeth 9, b. July 28, 187?; m. Dec. 25, 

1898, Cyrus F. Lamb of Cambridge. Children: 
Margaret Hope '° and Dorothy Bradford '°. 
VI. Clarinda Jessie^, b. Sept. 2, 1876, in Cambridge; d- 

May 13, 1884. 
VII. William Thomas Maclin9, b. Jan. 6, 1S78; d. 
July 23, 1889. 
VIII. Agnes Jackson^, b. Sept. 24, 1879, in Cambridge; 
d. Aug. 12, 1892. 
IX. Gertrude Aldine^, b. Jan. 24, 1S82, in Cambridge; 
d. Nov. 12, 1899; ™' Sept, 1898, Frederick 
Savage of Cambridge. 
X. Franklin Porter 9, b. April 26, 1885 ; resides in 
Maiden, Mass. 



SEVENTH GROUP. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

JAMES* FULLER, AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS. 

JAME.S4 Fui.T.ER, {SaDiitcl^, Samucl^, Samuel^), b. Feb. 27, 

1704 (Plymouth Records) ; d. ; m. i, May 19, 1725, Judith 

Rickard, who d. Feb. 23, 1726; m. 2, May 22, 1729, Mercy Perkins 
(Plynipton Records). 
Children : 

L EleanahS b. Feb. 9, 1725/6. (Mayflower Descend- 
ant, vol. I, p. 245.) H. \V. Brainard's MSS. gives 
the name as Elkanah, and also gives : 
"?IL Jamess." 
I have found nothing more concerning this family. 



X 



EIGHTH GROUP. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

JOHN* FULLER, {John^), AND SOME OF HIS 
DESCENDANTS. 

23. John4 Fuller, {John^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. March 20, 
1692, in Middleboro, Mass.; d. April 24, 1766, aged 74 years; m. 
I, March 26, 1719, Hannah Thomas, who d. Sept. 20, 1760, in 75th 
year; m. 2, April 27, 1762, Lydia (Alden) Eddy, who d. March i, 
1803, aged 92 years. 

Children, born in Middleboro : 

1. L Hannahs, b. Feb. 7, 1720; "d. Nov. 18, 1769" 

(C. M. Thatcher). 

2. n. Abigails, b. July r, 1721 ; d. Oct. 17, 1723 (C M. 

Thatcher). 

3. $nL Johns, b. Sept. 5, 1723 ; m. Joanna Tillson. 

4. IV. BathshebaS, b. Jan. 19, 1726; m. Int. Pub. April 

26, 1756, with Charles Ellis of Middleboro. 
(Churchill Gen.) 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

3. JoHxS Fuller, {John^, John^, Samuel^, Samuel*), b. 

Sept. 5, 1723, in Middleboro, Mass. ; d. ; m. Dec. 27, 1743, 

Joanna Tillson. '•' Both of Halifax." 

Children, recorded in Halifax : 

5. 4^1. Ephrain.*^, b. Nov. i, 1744; m. Z erviah Thomp>son- 

6. $11. Thomas^, b. March 3, 1746; m. Hannah Ripley. 

7. III. Abigail*^, b. Nov. 26, 1747. 



8. 


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lO. 


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1 1. 


IV, 



ll8 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

o. Ephraim'' Fuller, { John^, John"^, John^, Samuel^, Samuel^), 

b. Nov. I, 1744, in Halifax, Mass.; d. ; m. July 9, 1772, 

Zerviah Thompson. " Both of Halifax." 
Children : 

John 7, b. ; m. Hannah Cooper. 

Kphraim7, b. May 4, 1780; m. Zerviah Chandler. 

Hannah 7, b, . 

Rebecca', b. ; m. March 30, 1809, 

lCbenezer7 Fuller. {Chipman^, Ebenezcr^, 
El'oiczcr ■», Jofi n 3, Sa in ucl ^, Sa in uel ' . ) 

12. V. Zerviah?, b. ; ni. April 25, 1805, Isaiah 

Ripley Jr. of Plympton, Mass. (Halifax 
Records.) 

<». Thomas^' Fuller, i^John^, John^i, Jo)in^, Samuel^, Saniue/'), 
h. March 3, 1746, at Halifax, Mass; d. Nov. 4, 1810; is probably 
the Thomas Fuller who m. May 25, 1769, Hannah Ripley, as given 
in Halifax Vital Records, "both of Halifax." It is to be noted 
that Sylvanus 7 named a son, Sylvanus Ripky, 

Thomas Fuller is said to have served in the Revolutionary war. 

Children : 

13. rtl. Thomas 7, b. Aug. 6, 1778 ; m. Sally Sturtevant. 

14. $11. Cyrus', b. Aug. 22, 1780; m. Hannah Leonard. 

15. III. Hannah 7, b. ; m. Jan. 3, 181 2, Consider 

Curtis of Hanover, Mass. 

16. %W . Sylvanus 7, b. Feb. 20, 17S3; m. Priscilla Sturtevant. 

17. V. \Vheelock7, b. , 1787 ; d. July 8, 1854, aged 

67 y. 21 d. 

18. VI. Joanna 7, b. ; m. April 27, 1809, Abiel 

White and had: Thomas F.*>, b. July 29, 1810; 
Frederick^, b. .Aug. 5, 1812; Lucy'*, b. Nov. 28, 
181 3; Cyrus ^, b. Sept. 6, 18 14, and Albert^, 
b. Jan. 29, 1816. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

s. John7 Fuller, {Ephraini^\ John^, John'>, John^, Samuel^, 
Santuci'), b. May 3, 1774, in Halifax, Mass.; d. there Nov. 26, 
1857, aged S3 y. 6 m. 23 d. ; m. May 16, 1811, Hannah Cooper of 
Plympton, who d. Nov. 19, 1868, aged 82 y. ii ra. 24 d. 

Children : 

19. $1. Ephraim**, b. , 1813 ; m. Rebecca Fuller. 



EIGHTH GROUP. "9 

20. II. John^ b. , 1819; d. Sept. 13, 1891 ; 

unmarried. 

21. tin. James D.^ b. , 1822 ; m. Dorcas Soule. 

9. Ephraim? Fuller, {Ephraimf\ John^, John\ John\ 
Samuel', Samuel'), b. May 4, 1780, in Halifax, Mass.; d. Aug. 10, 
1847, in Plympton, Mass. (Plympton Records) ; m. .Aug. 29, iSoS, 
Zerviah Chandler of Plympton (Halifax Records), who d. .March 30, 
1872, in Plympton, aged 80 y. 5 m. 22 d. (Plympton Rec.) 

Children, recorded in Plympton : 

22. I. Zerviah Thompson s, b. Feb. 28, 1S09; d. May 5, 

1874; m. May 25, 1828, Ira May, b. .April 15, 
1807, d. Jan. 8, 1900. Children: Bradford 
Richmond 9, b. Sept. i, 1829; Rozilla Ellen'^ b. 
March 18, 1S36, and Ira William '>, b. March 21, 

1843. 

23. II. Clara 8, b. Dec. 19, 1810; d. Jan. 13, 1840. 

24. *III. Solomon^, b. Nov. 13, 1812; m. i, Mary Soule; 

m. 2, Catherine Gibbs. 

25. IV. Hannahs, 5. April 26, 181 5 ; d. Oct. 14, 1S6S; m. 

Feb. I, 1834, George W. May, b. Feb. i, 1813, 
d. Jan. 6, 1883: daughter, Clara F.'>, w-as b. 
March i, 1841. 

26. *V. EphraimS,b. Dec. 18, 1817 ; m. Mary B. Nye. 

27. *VI. Zebedee Chandler^, b. July 22, 1821; ra. Mary 

Martin Perkins. 

28. VII. Earis, 5, Oct. i, 1823; d. Jan. 28, 1900; 

unmarried. 

29. *VIII. Marcus^, b. Oct. 30, 1826; m. June 4, 1S50, 

Deborah C. Sherman. 

30. IX. Eliza Chandler*, b. Dec. 5, 1830; d. Nov. 14, 

1893 ; m. Martin Smith. They had no childreru 

13. Thomas? Fuller, {Thomas^, John^, Johnny Johni,SamueI\ 
Samuel'), b. Aug. 6, 1778, in Halifax, Mass.; d. there OcL 15, 
1845 ; m. Nov. 11, 181 1, Sally Sturtevant, b. May 25, 1793, d. Dec 

23, 1845. 
Children : 

31. I. Thomas^, b. Dec. 3, 1812 ; d. Feb. 7, 1821. 

32. til. Hiram*, b. Sept. 6, 1814; m. Emily Louise 

Delaplaine. 

33. III. Darius*, b. May 5, 1816 ; d. Feb. 6, 1S21. 

34. IV. Sophronia^ b. April 21, 1818; d. Feb. 4, 1821. 



I20 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

35. $V. Elbridge Gerry^, b. May 12, 1821 ; m. Mary 

Phillips Fish. 

36. VI. Miranda s, b. June 15, 1823; d. May 24, 1847. 

37. tVII. Orlando'^, (name changed to Richard Henry^), b. 

Aug. 13, 1825. 

38. VIII. Sarah Thomas s, b. Feb. 9, 1831 ; resides N. Y. 

City. 

14. C\RUs7 Fuller, {Tho//uis^\Joh?i^, John'^, Johni, Samuel^, 
Samuel'), b. Aug. 22, 1780, in Halifax, Mass.; d. Feb. 23, 1816, 
aged 35 years; m. May 24, 1807, Hannah Leonard, who d. March 
26, 1862. 

Children : 

39. I. Abigail^ b. , 1807; d. Dec. 16, 1865, aged 

58 y. 9 m. 29 d. 

40. $11. Cyrus^^, b. , 1813 ; m. Mary F. Thompson. 

41. 4^111. Josiah Kingman'', b. Oct. 7, 181 5; m. Sarah K. 

Blanchard. 

K). Sylvanus? Fuller, {Thomas^, John^, John^, Johni, 
Samuel', Samuel'), h. Feb. 20, 1783; d. Nov. 10, 1851, aged 68 y. 
8 m. 21 d., in Halifax, Mass.; m. March 27, 181 1, Priscilla 
Sturtevant, who d. July 16, i860, aged 74 y. 5 d. 

Children, all b. in Halifax : 

42. *I. Sylvanus Ripley^ b. May 15, 1813. 

43. II. George^b. Feb. 2, 1815.* 

44. $111. Charles s, b. Nov. 16, 181 6; m. Susan A. Pope. 

45. IV. Hannah \ b. Dec. 14, 1818; d. Sept. 25, 1843. 

46. V. Joshua Thomas^ b. Nov. 23, 1820; d. Oct. 25, 

1842. 

47. VI. Lydia^ b. March 22, 1824; m. Charles 

McCJammon of Albany, N. Y. 

48. $VII. Francis^, b. March 23, 1826; m. Patience Bryant. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 
15). Ephralm*^ Fuller, (/o/i/iT, £/>/iraim^,/o/inS,/o/in*,/ohn3, 

Samuel', Samuel'), b. , 18x3, in Halifax, Mass. ; d. there 

Dec. II, 1843, aged 30 years; m. Int. Pub. April 2, 1836, with 
Rebecca^ Fuller {FA>enczerT, Chipman^, Ebenezer^ Ebenezer^, 
John^, Samuel', Samuel'). 



•The m. Int. of .t George Fuller of Middleboro and Lucy Ann Harrington were 
publi;ihed in Middleboro April 8, 1851. 



EIGHTH GROUP. 121 

Children : 

49. I. William Harwood9, b. July 11, 1842; d. June 27, 

1862. 

21, James I).'' Fui.t.f.r, {JohiiT, Ephraim^, John^, John^^John^^ 
Samuel^, Samuel^), b. 1S22 ; d. June 13, 1864, in Halifax, Mass.; 
m. I, April 8, 1849, Dorcas Soule, who d. April 16, 1850; m. 2, 
, Betsey . 

Children : 

50. $1. James Thomas^, b. March 28, 1850; m. Gusta\'a 

(). Swenson. 

51. II. John E.9, b. Ai)ril 3, 1862. Resides in .Mansfield, 

Mass. 

24. Solomon^ Fui.lf.h, {EphraimT, Ephniiot*', John ^, John*, 
Johni, Samuel^, Sainiiei^), b. Nov. 13, 1812, in Plynipton, Mass.; 
d. there Aug. 22, 1896; m. i, May 9, 184 1, Mary Soule, who iL 
March 15, 1850; m. 2, Catherine Gibbs, who d. May iS, 18S7. 

Children, recorded in Plympton : 

52. I. Elizabeth^, b. Sept. 18, 1842; m. June 26, 1870, 

George W. Randall. 

53. II. Susan Frances 9, b. June 26, 1846. 

54. III. Henry Solomon '>, b. Dec. 10,1849; d.Oct.8, 1S51. 

55. IV. Diuretta Gibbs'^, b. Jan. 10, 1853; m. Dec. 27, 

1874, George S. Sylvester. 

56. V. Henry Allen 9, b. Aug, 27, 1855. 

57. VI. F:ila F.9, b. ; m. Dec, 30, 1883, Waiter F. 

Nesniith. 

26. Ephraim^ Fuller, {EphraimT, Ephiaim*>, John^, John*, 
John^, Samuel*, Samuc/^),h. Dec. 18, 1S17, in Plynipton, Mass.; 
d. there Sept. 29, 1897 ; ni. April 10, 1842, Mary I>. Nye, who d. 
Dec. 20, 1906, aged 82 y. i m. 9 d. 

Children : 

58. I. Elvira Lincoln'^, b. May i, 1844; d. .Aug. 9, 1844. 

59. II. Mary Ellen 9, b. July i, 1846; m. Nov. 20, 1S72, 

Charles W. Humphrey. 

60. III. George Frederick9, b. Sept. 15, 1849; d. Jan. 3, 

1887. 

61. IV. Ephraim9, b. March 16, 1858; ra. Nov. 26, 1S.55, 

Lucy F. Godfrey, b. in Taunton, Mass. 

62. V. Martha S.9, b. Jan. 8, 1861 ; m. Nov. 27, 1SS4, 

James W. Hunt. 

63. VI. John 9, b. ; m. July 2, 1901, Mary A. Reed. 



64. 
65. 


I. 
11. 


66. 


III. 


67. 


*IV. 



122 DESCENDANTS OK DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

27 . Zebedee Chandler '^ Fuller, ( Ephraifii 7, Ephraim ^, John S, 
John'*, John'^, Samuel^, Sanii/e/'), b. July 22, 1821, in Plympton, 
Mass.; d. there Oct. 31, 1.S75 ; m. Sept. 22, 1844, Mary Martha 
Perkins, b. in Plympton, April 28, 1825, now (1910) living there. 
He always residetl in Plympton. 
Their children were ; 

Clara L.'^, b. Nov. 16, 1849; resides in Plympton. 
Mary Lillian", b. Nov. 7, 1857; d. Feb. 18, 1910 

in Plympton. 
Franklin Alton •>, b. June 6, 1861 ; resides in 

Plymjiton. 
Josiah Chandler'', b. May 28, 1869; m. Ellen 
LaCroix Hull. 

20. Marcus'^ Fuller, {KphnximT, Ephraim ^\ John ^, John ^, 
John^, Samuel^ , Sixmucl^), b. Oct. 30, 1S26, in Plympton, Mass.; d. 
June 10, 1877 ; m. June 4, 1850, Deborah Cobb Sherman. 

Their children were : 

68. I. Juliet Inez'>, b. March 13, 1854 ; d. Aug. 20, 1854. 

69. II. kttie Frances'', b. Oct. 30, 1858; m. Jan. 3, 1883, 

John 10. Heme. Reside in Middleboro, Mass. 

70. HI. Alice Martin", b. Feb. 28, 1872. 

.32. Hn^AM** Fuller, {Tho»iasT, Thomas", John^, John^, Johni, 
Sami/r/^, Sami/e/'), b. Sept. 6, 1814, in Halifax, Mass.; d. 1880, in 
Paris, France; m. Oct., 1844, Emilie Louise Delaplaine, dau. of 
John B. Delajilainc of New York. 

Quoting from a ])ul)lication of the Rhode Island Historical 
Society, a correspondent says: "In 1843 he joined N. P. Willis and 
George P. Morris in i)ublishing the N. Y. Mirror and eventually 
became sole proprietor. He wrote for it a series of piquant society 
letters: "Belle Brittan on a Tour," "At Newport," "Here and 
There ; " also published "The Groton Letters," 1845 ; "Sparks from 
a Locomotive," 1849 ; and "Glimpses of Home after Thirteen Years 
Abroad," 1875. 

Espousing the cause of the Southern Confederacy, he went to 
London, Eng., and established "The Cosmopolitan," devoted to the 
advocacy of the Southern question. Later he removed to Paris, 
where he died. One night in 1883, after Mr. F'uUer's death, the 
invalid wife disappeared from a steamboat on the Hudson River and 
the body never was found." 



EIGHTH GROUP. 1 23 

They had no children, but had an adopted daughter, who married, 
had several children, and resides in New York City. 

35. Elbridge (jERRV^ Fuller, (^ThomasT, Thotnas*', JohnS, 
John^, Johni, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. May 12, 1821, in Halifax, 
Mass.; d. Oct. 18, 1S87, in Pembroke, Mass.; m. Nov. 24, 1S44, 
Mary Phillips Fish of Pembroke, who d. May 9, 1908, at Newton 
Centre, aged 83. 

Children : 

71. $1. Thomas G.9, b. Nov. 12, 1S45 ; m. i, Etta P. Cook ; 

m. 2, Mary E. Briggs ; m. 3, Mar)' E. Wheeler. 

72. II. Mar)' Frances 9, b. Dec. 27, 1847 ; d. March 7, 

1906; m. Oct. 6, 1S64, John Foster and had: 
Edgar Martin'", b. March 17, 1865, d. Oct. i, 
1868; Elwyn Norwood'", b. June 20, 1871, d. 
Dec, 1892. 

73. III. Emma Louise 9, b. March 6, 1851 ; m. Nov. 24, 

1S70, H. Waldo Foster and had: Clifford 
Waldo '°, b. Sept. 30, 1874, d. June 10, 1892. 

74. IV. Miranda W.9, b. March 3, 1857, in South Hanson, 

Mass. ; d. Aug. 25, 1875. 

37. Richard Henrv^ Fuller, {ThotnasT, Thomas*', John^, 
John*, Johni, Samuei^, Samuel^), b. Aug. 13, 1825; d. Aug. 16, 
1896, at Halifax, Mass.; m. May 15, 1859, Frances Williams 
Bonney, who d. Jan. 25, 1872. 
Children : 

75. I. Edwin Francis, | • j b. April i, 1861 ; living in 

76. II. Edgar Allen, I ^' ^ ( Brockton; unmarried. 

40, Cyrus ^ Fuller, {CyrusT, Thomas^, John^, John*, Johni, 

Samuel^, Samuel'), b. , 1813; d. F^eb. 22, 1892, in Middle- 

boro, Mass.; m. Nov. 28, 184 1, Mary F. Thompson of Middleboro. 

Children, recorded in Halifax : 

77. I. A dau., b. Sept. i, 1842. 

78. II. A dau., b. Feb. 24, 1845. 

41. JosiAH Kingman *> Fuller, {CyrusT, Thomas*', John^, John*, 
John^, Samuel^, Samuel'), h. Oct. 7, 1815, in Halifax, Mass. ; m. 
June 9, 1839, Sarah K. Blanchard. 

Children : 

79. I. Henrietta Arlington', b. . 



124 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

80. til. Henry Eustis^, b. July 30, 1843; ^- Lydia 

Sylvester. 

81. III. Sarah Knieline^, b. . 

82. IV. lohn Francis'>, b. . 



84. 


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III, 


87. 


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88. 


V 


44. 


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83. V. Elizabeth Florence9, b. . 

42. Sylvanus Ripley*^ Fuller, {Sy/vanusT, Thomas^, John^, 
Johti^, John^, Saiiiuc/^, Sami/c/'), b. May 15, 1813, in Halifax, 
Mass.; d. Feb. 17, 1876 (Plymouth Rec.) ; m. i, March 26, 1844, 
in Halifax, Sarah S. Harden of Middleboro, Mass., who d. May 5, 
1845 ; ni. 2, ,'\pril 23, 1848, Julia R. Harden, who d. Oct. 28, 1854; 
m. 3, June 21, 1863, Maria Porter Thomi)son, who d. July 2, 1886. 
Children : 

Sarah Barden*^, b. March i, 1845 ; m. Nov. 18, 

i<S6g. Joseph C. Holmes, 
(ieorge E.", b. Sept. 26, 1852; m. i, Marion P. 

; m. 2, Mary E. Chase. 

Charlotte M.'=', b. Sept. 24, 1865 ; m. Dec. 27, 1892, 

Irvin \V. Davis. 
Anne L.9, b. Nov. 29, 1867 ; m. June 5, 1895, 
Wallace E. Reed. 
V. Charles F.*^, b. March 8, 1870, in Plymouth, Mass. 

Charles*^ Fuller, {Syhnm/s^, Thomas^, John^, John'^, 
Johu^, Samuel^, Suiiiur/^), b. Nov. 16, 1S16, in Halifax, Mass.; d. 
there March 10, 1S63 ; m. i, Dec. 21, 1851, Susan A. Pope, who d. 

Oct. 5, 1857 ; m. 2, Ella M. , b. in Damariscotta, Me. 

Children : 

89. I. Augusta", b. Nov. 30, 1852, in Halifax, Mass. 

90. II. Susan A.", b. Sept. 26, 1857, in Kingston, Mass. ; 

d. April 15, 1 85 8. 

91. III. Ella Margarets, b. Jan. 22, 1863, in Kingston. 

4H. F'rancis^ F'uller, {Syh'atiusT, Thomas^, John^, John^, 
Johtii, Samuel^, Sa>nue/^),h. March 23, 1S26, in Halifax, Mass.; 
d. Sept. I, 1886; m. Int. Pub. April 23, 1852, with Patience S. 
Bryant of Kingston, Mass., who d. there July 26, 1895, aged 64 y. 
4 m. 2 1 d. 

Children : 

92. I. Edgar Franks, b. July i, 1853, in Kingston; d. Oct. 

16, 1853, in Halifax. 

93. II. Ida May9, b. 1854; d. Aug. 26, 1877. (Kingston 

G. S. Rec.) 



EIGHTH GROUP. 12$ 

NINTH GENERATION. 

60. James Thomas 9 Fuller, {James D.^, JohtO, Ephraim^^ 
John^f John^, John^, Samuel ^, Samuel*), b. March 28, 1S50, in 
Halifax, Mass. ; m. Nov. 8, 1883, Gustava O. Swenson, b. in Sweden. 

Resides in Bryantville, Mass. 

Children : 

94. I. James Oscar '"j b. Sept. 12, 1884, in Brockton, 

Mass.; d. Sept. 27, 190S, in Pembroke, Mass. 

95. II. John Davis9, b. July 12, 1887. 

96. III. Charles A. F.9, b. Nov. i, 1896. 

67. JosiAH Chandler9 Fuller, {Zebedee CJ^, £/>/irai//iT, 
Ephraitn^, John^, John'', John^, Samuel^, Samuel*), b. May 28, 
1869, in Plyinpton, Mass. ; m. Aug. 6, 1895, Ellen LaCroix Hull, b. 
May 26, 1869. 

He resides at Atlantic, Mass. 

Children : 

97. I. Bertha LaCroix '°, b. May 13, 1S96. 

71. Thomas Gilman9 Fuller, {Elbridge G^, Thomast, 
Thomas^, John^, John'^, Johtii, Samue/^, Samuel*), b. Nov. 12, 
1845, in Halifax, Mass.; m. i, May 9, 1864, I'^tta P. Cook; 
divorced 1S71 ; m. 2, 1872, Mary E. Briggs; divorced 1906; m. 3, 
Mary B. Wheeler. 

Mr. Fuller is a builder residing at Newton Center, Mass. 

Children by second wife : 

98. I. Grace Gilman'°, b. Oct. 16, 1873; d. Oct. 18, 

1877. 

99. II. Nettie Miller'°, b. March i, 1875; d. June, 1875. 
100. III. George Edward '°, b. .Aug. 27, 1876; living at 

South Hanson. 
loi. tlV. Frederick Oilman '°, b. Nov. 30, 1878; m. Cassie 
Stevenson. 

102. V. Mary Louise '°,b. Jan. 7, 1880; m. Feb. 2, 1907, 

Charles Simmons. No children. Reside at 
South Hanson. 

103. VI. Blanche's b. July 6, 18S3; m. Oct. 7, 1903, 

Merlin ^L Foster and has: Dorris Louise", b. 
Jan. 13, 1904 ; Ernestine Francis", b. March 12, 
1907, and Presley Eugene", b. July 4, 1908. 
Resides at Bridgewater, Mass. 



126 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

104. VII. Herbert Thomas'", b. Aug. 7, 1886; m. Dec. 9, 

1908, Lillie Provost. Resides at Newton Center. 

105. VIII. Frank '°, b. June 14, 1888; d. Sept. 18, 1888. 

80. Henry Eusiis** Fuller, {Josiah A'.^, CyrusT, Thomas^, 
John^, Johnny John^, Samnc/^, Samuel^), b. July 30, 1843, '^ East 
Abington (now Rockland), Mass.; m. Dec. i, 1867, Lydia Sylvester 
of Hanover, Mass. 

He resides at Rockland, Mass. 

Children : 
ig6. I. Frederic IIenry'°, b. March 19, 1S71 ; m. Sept. 28, 

1904, Florence M. Look of Farmington, Me. 

107. II. Mabel Sylvester'", b. May 3, 1875 ; m. Oct. 3, 1903, 

Charles B. Perry of Holyoke, Mass. 

85. George E.9 Fuller, {Syivani/s R.^, SyivanusT, Thotnas^, 
John^, /ohri'^, Johni, Samuel^, Satnuei^), b. Sept. 26, 1852, in 

Halifax, Mass.; m. 1, Marion P. ; m. 2, Nov. 11, 1886, 

Mary E. Chase, b. Fall River, Mass. 

Children : 

108. I. Edwin P.'°, b. Sept. 26, 1876. 

TENTH GENERATION. 

101. Frederick Oilman'" Fuller, {Thomas G.^, Elbridge G?, 
ThomasTf Thomas^, John^, John*, John^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. 
Nov. 30, 1S78; m. May 20, 1900, Cassie Stevenson. They reside 
at Newton Center, Mass. 

Their children are : 

109. I. Frederic Thomas", b. Aug. 6, 1901. 
no. II. Edwin Herbert", b. March 17, 1903. 

111. III. Walter Elbridge", b. Aug. 15, 1905. 

112. IV. Margaret Elizabeth", b. Oct. 2, 1906. 

113. V. Lawrence Gilman", b. Dec. 29, 1907. 



NINTH GROUP. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

EBENEZER* FULLER, {John^), AND SOME OF HIS 
DESCENDANTS. 

26, Ebenezer'' Fuller, {John^, Samite/^, Samuel^), b. Nov. i, 
1697, probably in Halifax, Mass.; d. there "November ye i2lh 
1794. His age was 97 years and 12 days old when he Died'* 

(Halifax Records) ; m. , 1715, Elizabeth Short. 

Children, recorded at Middleboro, Mass. : 

I. L Susannahs, b. Dec. 7, 1716; m. Murdock. 

a. H. Ruths, b. April 18, 17 19; d. Jan. 24, 1743; m. 

Nov. 5, 1 741, Joseph Bosworth and had James**, 
b. Jan. 16, 1743. 

3. tHL EbenezerS, b. Oct. 18, 1721 ; m. i, Lydia 

Chipman ; m. 2, Deborah (Fuller) Eaton. 

4. $IV. Nathans, b. April 22, 1725 ; m. Mary Parlow. 

5. V. Elizabeths, b. Aug. 5,1729; m. John Thompson, 

both of Halifax. 

6. VL Noahs, b. Sept. 7, 1732; d. April 22, 1749, in his 

17th year. (Charles M. Thatcher's cemetery 
inscriptions.) (Brainard's MSS. says d. July 4, 
1776, by "bursting of a cannon.") 

7. Vn. LoisS, b. July 22, 1740. (Halifax Vital Records.) 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

8. EbenezerS Fuller, {Edcnezer^, Johni, Samuei*, Samuel*), 
b. Oct. 18, 1 72 1 (Middleboro Records) ; d. Dec. 22, 1769, in his 
49th year (C. M. Thatcher) ; m. i, Jan. 6, 1746, Lydia Chipman; 
ra. 2, April 7, 1768, Mrs. Deborah (Fuller) Eaton, probably the 



128 DESCENDANTS OK DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

daughter of Jabez» Fuller, {Joltn^, Samuel^, Sa/iiuei^). She was b. 
Nov. 23, 1727, at I'lyinpton, Mass. The Kingston Burial Ground 
Records (Vol. 7 Mayflower Descendants) gives the date of death of 
Deborah Fuller, widow of Ebenezer, formerly wife of David Eaton, 
as July 25, 1S09, aged Si years. 

Children, b. in Halifax (Brainard's MSS.) : 

Lydia'^', b. 1747 ; d. unmarried. 

Priscilla'', b. 1749; m. Ezekiel Ripley. 

Eunice^', b. 1753; m. Joel Perkins'; removed to 

Pittsfield, Mass. 
Chipman", b. 1755 ; m. Thankful Wright. 
Ruth", 1). 1751 ; m. July 10, 1771, Elijah Leach Jr. 
and had: Ebenezer 7, b. Dec. 11, 1772; Lucy?, 
b. Jan. 31, 1775, and Lois7, b. May 10, 1777. 

13. VL Ichal)0(P', b. . (Chipnian's MSS. says 

Ichabod died young.) 

4. Nathans Fullku, {Kdeiiezer^, John^, Samuc/^, Samuel^), h. 
April 22, 1725 (Middleboro Record) ; date of death not found; m. 
Sept. 19, 1749, Mary Parlow at Middleboro; published June 3, 
1749, in Halifax, Mass., as Mary Parlour (Halifax Vital Records). 

He resided at Halifax. 

His children, according to Davis ("Ancient Landmarks of 
Plymouth)", were : 

14. I. Noah", b. 



8. 


L 


9. 


H. 


10. 


HL 


1 1. 


*IV. 


12. 


V. 



15. H. Chipman'^', b. . 

16. HL Hannoh", b. , 

17. IV. Ascnath", b. ; m. John Kelman of Pittsfield, 

Mass. 

18. V. Thomas^ b. . 

19. VL Susanna", b. ; m. Oct. 21, 1779, William 

Wood of Middleboro, and removed to Pittsfield, 
Mass. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

11. Chipman'^' P'ullek, {^Kbcnezcr^, Ebenezer'^, John'!>, Samuel^, 
Saiiiiicl\) b. 1755, in Halifax, Mass.; date of death not found; m. 
Dec, 9, 1779, Thankful Wright of Plympton, Mass. 

He resided in Halifax. 

Children, recorded in Halifax : 

20. L Ruthv, b. Oct. 23, 1780; m. Nov. 14, 1805, Isaac 

Scale of Middleboro, Mass. 



NINTH GROUP. 1 29 

21. $11. Ebenezer?, b. Nov. 26, 1782 ; m. i, Rebecca Fuller; 

rn. 2, Abigail Sampson. 

22. $111. Nathan?, b. Feb. 23, 1785 ; m. Faith Soule. 

23. IV. Priscilla7, b. Nov. 29, 1787; m. OcL 22, iSoS, 

Noah Bosworth. 

24. V. Nancy 7, b. June 25, 1795. 

By U. S. census 1790 there were 8 persons in Chipman Fuller's 
family. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

21. Ebenezer7 Fuller, {^Chipman^', Ebenezer^, Ebeiuzer^f 
John^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Nov. 26, 1782, in Halifax, Mass.; d. 

there Feb. 20, 1844; m, i, March 30, 1809, Rebecca? Fuller, 
(^Ephraim^, John^, John'', Johni, Samuel^, Samuel') ; m. 2, Dec. 4, 
181 7, Abigail Sampson of Plympton, Mass., who d. March i, 1S59. 
Children : 

25. I. Zerviah Nelson^ b. July 3, 181 1 ; m. July i, 1S33, 

Calvin Gammon of Rochester, Mass. 

26. II. Rebecca^, b. , 1819 ; m. Int. Pub. April 2, 

1836, with Ephraim"* Fuller, {JohrH, Ephraim**^ 
John^, John^, Joh?ii, Sa/nuei^, Saiin/el'). 

27. $111. Ebenezer^, b. Sept. 18, 1S21 ; m. May 22, 1842, in 

Middleboro, Mass., Mary Ann Colwell. 

22. Nathan? Fuller, {Chipman^, Ebenezer^, Ebenez^r^^John^^ 
Satnuei^, Sa;/iue/'),h. Feb. 23, 1785, in Halifax, Mass.; d. there 
Jan. 7, 1875 ; m. April 23, 1809, Faith Soule, who d. Nov. 11, 1S64. 

Children, born in Halifax : 

28. $1. Chipman^, b. March 22,1810; m. Hannah Fuller. 

29. $11. Nathan^ b. Dec. 21,1813; m. Sarah Fuller. 

30. $111. Alfred^, b. April 21, 1817; m. Int. Pub. April 8, 

1837, with Mary P. Mitchell. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

27. Ebenezer^ Fuller, {EbenezerT^ Chipman^, Ebenczer^, 
Ebenezcr^, Johni, Samuel'', Samuel'), b. Sept. 18, 1821 ; d. 19 10, 
in Brockton, Mass.; m. May 22, 1842, in Middleboro, Mass., Mary 
Ann Colwell. 

Children, born in Halifax, Mass. : 

31. I. Nelson Haywood y, b. Aug. 14, 1843; m. Sept. 3, 

1866, Sarah E. Lucas. 



130 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

32. II. Frederick9, b. Aug. 30, 1845; d. Dec. i, 1862, in 

Halifax. 

33. III. Charlotte^, Nov. 3, 1849; ""• and resides in 

Brockton, Mass. 

34. IV. Franks, b. . 

35. V. Elbertice9, b. . 

28. Chipman*^ Fuller, {Nathan^, Chipman^, Ebenezer^, 
Ebcnezer^f John^, Sam»c/\ Sat/iuci^), b. March 22, 1810, in 
Halifax, Mass.; d. Nov. 27, 1896; m. i, April i, 1836, Hannah 
Fuller, who d. Oct. 16, 1874; m. 2, Dec. 16, 1877, Hannah M. 
(Weston) Washburn, who d. March 2, 1889. 

Children, born in Halifax : 

36. I. Granville C.9, b. , 1842; d. July 6, 1893; 

m. April 30, 1874, Adaline M. Westgate, who d. 
July II, 1887. 

37. II. Ephraim^, b. July 4, 1847 ; d. Sept. 12, 1847. 

29. Nathan^ Fuller, {NathatH, Chiptnan^, Ebenezer^, 
Ehenczer^yjohn^, Saviuel^, Satnuel^), b. Dec. 21, 1813, in Halifax, 
Mass.; d. there May 5, 1886; m. Dec. 18, 1842, Sarah S.^ Fuller 
{Consi(ierT,John^, Issachar^, John^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Samuel^), 
who d. Dec. 20, 1898. 

Children, born in Halifax : 

38. I. Emily French^, b. Dec. 21, 1843; "^' Nov. 25, 

1S65, Silas Pratt, ist wife. 

39. II. Lavcrta N.-^, b. March 8, 1846; m. Nov. 6, 1873, 

Silas Pratt, 2d wife. 

40. tin. Edmund Herbertv, b. June 13, 1848; m. Almeda 

Freeman. 

:10. Alfred** Fuller, {Naiha/P, Chipman^, Ebenezer^, 
Ebetiezer^yjohn^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. .'Vpril 21, 1817, in Halifax, 
Mass.; m. April 16, 1837, Maiy P. Mitchell, who d. May 30, 1886. 

Children : 

41. I. Nancy9, b. , 1838; m. Aug. 11, 1859, Wm. 

H. Bosworth. 

42. II. Janey, b. , 1840; m. May 3, 1857, Sylvanus 

Pratt. 

43. III. Mary9, b. , 1845 ; m. Sept. 7, 1878, Wm. W. 

At wood. 

44. IV. Elizabeth9, b. , 1850; d. Aug. 26, 1868. 



NINTH GROUP. 131 

NINTH GENERATION. 

40. Edmund Herbert9 Fuller, {Nathan^, NatharO, Chip>nan\ 
Ebenezer^, Ebenezer^, Johnny Samuel*, Samuel^), b. June 13, 184S, 
in Halifax, Mass.; m. March 30, 1877, Almeda Freeman. (Pem- 
broke Rec.) 

Children : 

45. I. Chester Freeman'**, b. Sept. 11, 1881. 

46. II. Andrew Burton'", b. Dec. 26, 1882 ; d. Dec 6, 

1884. 



TENTH GROUP. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

JABEZ* FULLER, {John''), AND SOME OF HIS 
DESCENDANTS. 

'27. Jabez4 Fuller, {/ohn^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. — 



169S; (L Oct. 14, 1728, in I'lympton, Mass.; ni. Jan. 12, 1726/7, 
Priscilla Sampson (Plympton Records). Records at Plymouth, 
^L1ss., show that Jabez Fuller, who married Priscilla, died intestate, 
and that his brother, Ebenezer Fuller, was appointed administrator 
April 13, 1729. 
Children : 

I. I. Deborahs, b. Nov. 23, 1727, at Plympton. Perhaps 

this is the Deborah Fuller who m. Nov. 25, 1743, 
David Eaton, "both of Kingston," and m. 2, 
April 7, 1768, her cousin, Ebenezer s Fuller, 
{Ebenezer^, John^, Samuel*, Samuel^), and died 
July 25, 1809, aged 81. The Eaton children 
were: Lot*', b. May 18, 1744 ; Jabez^, b. Aug. 2, 
1746; Job'', b. Oct. 26, 1749; Consider^ b. 
March i, 1752; Joshua", b. July 12, 1755, and 
Eunice^, b. April 12, 1759. 



ELEVENTH GROUP. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

SAMUEL* FULLER, {John'') AND SOME OF HIS 
DESCENDANTS. 

29. Samuel** Fuller, {John^, Samuel'*, Samue/*), b. — 



1704, in Halifax or Middleboro; (date and place of death not 
learned) ; ra. Nov. 14, 1726, Silence Short. 

Resided in Bridgewater, Mass. 

Children : 

1. L Sarahs, b. , 1730; d. Nov., 1794, aged 64 ; 

m. 1 75 1, Samuel Pratt. (Pratt Genealogy and 
F. A. Fuller's MSS.) 

2. $1L Samuels, b. ; m. Deborah . 

3. HL Mercy s, b. Feb. 3, 1737. 

4. $IV. Williams, b. March 16, 1739; m. Deborah Rider. 

5. V. Simeons, b. Sept. 13, 1741 ; m. Int. Pub. OcL 6, 

1764, with Anna Blackmer. (C.M.Thatcher.) 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

2. SamuelS Fuller, {Sa/nueh, John^, Samuel*, Samuel^), b. 

; d. ; m. , Deborah . 

Children : 

6. I. Jabez^ b. 1764 ; d. 1788. 

7. II. William^ b. 1769; m. 1801, Tabitha Bensoa of 

Plymouth, Mass. 

8. III. Silence*^, b. 1770; m. 1792, Samuel Hardin. 

9. IV. Versalla^ b. . (Brainard's MSS.) 

4, Williams Fuller, {Samueh, John^, Samuel*, Samuel^), \>. 

March 16, 1739, in Bridgewater, Mass.; d. ; m. Jan. 14, 

1762, Deborah Rider. 

Children : 
10. I, Samuel ^ b. Oct. 37, 1762. (Charles M.Thatcher.) 



TWELFTH GROUP. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 
ISAAC* FULLER AND SOi\tE OF HIS DESCENDANTS. 

32. Isaac* Fuller, {Isaac^, Samuci^y Samuel^), b. Sept. 24, 

1712, at Halifax, Mass.; in. , 1737, Sarah Packard and 

settled in North Bridgewater, ALiss., about 1736. 

Isaac Fuller was described by Lemuel'', (Isaacs, Isaac*), as "a tall 
slender man with light complexion and blue eyes, and his wife as a 
short black-eyed woman. Isaac owned a good farm and had a good 
stock of cattle ; he died aged between 70 and So ; his parents were 
people of property." (Linus E. Fuller.) Isaac and son Benjamin 
removed to Winchester, N. H., after 1777. 

Children, b. at North Ikidgewater : 

I. $1. Isaac-S b. Dec. 5, 1738; m. Mary Alden. 

3. II. Olives b. Oct. 14, 1740; m. Oct. 21, 1765, Daniel 

Edson. 

3. III. Lemuels, b. Sept, 29, 1742; d. May 20, 1762, in 

the army. 

4. 4^ IV. Isaiah S b. July 7, 1744 ; m. Mary Keyser. 

5. V. Sarahs, b. March 22, 1746; m. Jan. 24, 1764/5, 

John Freelove. 

6. VI. Susannahs, b. Nov. 27, 1748; m. April 12, 1770, 

Ashley Curtis. 

7. VII. Loiss, b. Oct. 13, 175 1 ; m. Nov. 12, 1772, Samuel 

Dike. (Lemuel^ says Louisa and husband 
Anthony Dike; describes her as a "medium 
sized woman with black eyes, light hair and 
complexion.") 

8. tVIII. Benjamins, b. Sept. 22, 1754; ra. Sarah Ames. 



TWELFTH GROUP. 1 35 

9. IX. Reliances, b. Dec. 22, 1756; m. April 2, 1777, 

Josiah Edson ; described as a slender woman 
with black eyes and hair ; lived at Bridgewater. 
Their children were : Zilpah*, b. March 22, 
1778; Susannah'', b. March 3, C7S0; Sarah**, b. 
Nov. 17, 1783; Barnabas^ b. March 5, 17S6; 
Esther^ b. July 2, 1788; Reliance^ b. Feb. 9, 
1792, and Olive ^ b. May 5, 1795. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

1. Isaacs Fuller, {Isaacs, Jsaac^, Saviuel^, Samuel*), b. Dec. 
i5> 1738, in North Bridgewater, Mass. ; d. Aug. 22, 1803, at Easton, 
Mass.; m. Sept. 15, 1764, Mary Alden, b. Aug. 5, 1745, at Bridge- 
water, d. Sept. 10, 1818, at East Mansfield, dau. of Daniel and 
Abigail (Shaw) Alden, and "' granddaughter of John Alden and 
Priscilla. Mary described as being " short and fleshy with blue eyes 
and dark hair." 

" Isaac Fuller was a man six feet tall, spare but broad shouldered, 
with dark complexion, dark eyes and hair. He served in the Indian 
and French wars ; was at the battle of I>aK '^leorge ; was at the 
defeat suffered at Ticonderoga ; served at Bunker Hill; was a 
Corporal at the battle of Lexington ; served at White Plains, 
Monmouth, and at Germantown as Lieutenant ; was also one of the 
bodyguards to escort Washington to Mt. Vernon. He lived at 
Bridgewater, Mass., and Kent, Ct. He died in Easton, Mass., at 
what is known as the " Fuller place." He died out under the 
apple trees, where he had begged to be taken to see the sun set 
once more." (F. A. Fuller's MSS.) 
Children : 

PoUy*^, b. Oct. 15, 1766; d. at 12 years. 
Lemuel*^, b. May 12, 1768; m. Fanny Bri:;gs. 
Isaac*', b. Dec. 15, 1769 ; in. Anna Boggs. 
Barzillai'', b. June 29, 1772; m. Betsey Tisdale. 
Alden^, b. Aug. 16, 1773 ; ™- Abigail White. 
Hosea^, b. March 23, 1775; m. i. Int. Pub. :yith 
Lydia Crane ; m. 2, Catherine Washburn ; m. 3, 
Mrs. Sarah Smith. 

16. VII. Eunice^ b. May 23, 1778; d. ; m. Oct. 24, 

1805, Simeon Drake and had: Simeon Alden 7, 
b. May 11, 1806; Horatio Nelson?, b. Dec. 20, 
1807; Eunice Fuller 7, b. Feb. i, 1810; Clement 
Briggs?, b. June 29, 181 2, m. Rinda May Fuller; 



10. 


I 


II. 


*II 


12. 


*IIL 


13- 


*iv 


14. 


*v 


15- 


tvi 



136 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

Charles Hewitt', b. Dec. 13, 18 14, and Mary 
Ann W.7, b. Dec. 3, 1818. (Drake Family 
Genealof;y.) 

17. $VIIL Alpheus^ b. Dec. 3, 1779; m. i, Amy Leverett ; 

m. 2, Barbara Bostwick. 

18. 4:IX. Rufiis^ b. Nov. 27, 17S1; m. i, Fenn ; 

m. 2, Elizabeth Drake. 

19. tX. Otis'', b. Sept. 29, 1785 ; m. i, Minerva Curtis; m. 

2, I^aura Wiley. 



4. Isaiahs Fui.i.kr, {/saitc^, Isaac i, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. 
July 7, 1744, in North Bridgewater, Mass., then a part of Duxbury, 
later a part of Bridgewater, and now known as Brockton ; d, 
March 10, 1809, in Warwick, Mass.; m. Sept. 30, 176S, Mary 
Keyser, who d. Sejit. 2, 1 831, in Warwick, aged 80 years. 

In answer to incjuiries concerning Isaiah's family, the Brockton 
City Clerk states that Jacob, born in 1776, is the only child of 
Isaiah's mentioned in Mitchell's or Kingman's Histories of Bridge- 
water and North Bridgewater, apparently assuming that these 
histories contain all the information the vital records of those towns 
contain regarding him. The U. S. census for 1790 mentions Isaiah 
in Bridgewater with six persons in his family, and also in Warwick 
with the same number. The volumes of " Massachusetts Soldiers 
and Sailors of the Revolution " credit Isaiah Fuller of Bridgewater 
with service in the Revolutionary war. The " History of Warwick" 
mentions Isaiah Fuller in a list of house owners in Warwick in 1798. 
The vital records of the town of Warwick, according to the town 
clerk, contain no mention of Isaiah F'uller. 

Mr. Linus K. Fuller (No, 1 16 of this Group) states that Isaiah Fuller 
was described by LenuieK' (No. 11 of this Group) to a nephew as a 
man of middle size with blue eyes and dark hair, and his wife as a 
beautiful woman of a very respectable Bridgewater family. Mr. L. E. 
Fuller has visited the Warwick and Winchester cemeteries, but 
thinks that Isaiah, Isaiah's widow, and Isaiah's father, Isaac, are 
buried in a small graveyard near the northeast corner of Warwick 
which he had not time to visit. 

The children of Isaiah and Mary, according to descendants and 

others, were : 

20. I. "John^, the oldest, went to sea and was never 

heard from."? 



21. 


*II. 


22. 


III. 


2^' 


*iv. 


24. 


*v. 


2S- 


VI. 


26. 


*VII. 



TWELFTH GROUP. 1 37 

Jacol)^ b. 1776; m. Abigail Leonard. 

A dau., b. ; ni. ; probably removed 

West. 

Henry^', b. 1780; m. Hannah Cobb. 

Seth'', b. 1782 ; ni. i, ; m. 2, Pruda Cutter. 

Samuel ^ b, . 

James'', b. 1793; m. Nancy Lesuie. 
Information about John and date of birth of James came from 
Mr. Hoyt E. Fuller (No. 202 of this Group) ; that about Jacob 
from the lirainard MSS. and Brockton city clerk. The names of 
Henry, Seth, Samuel and James, and information in regard to their 
sister, from Mrs. Augustus Fuller, widow of No. 99 of this Croup, 
who thinks Seth and Samuel were in business together in Boston as 
bell-hange:"s. Mr. H. D. Learnard of Boston furnished date of 
death of Mary (Keyser) Fuller, and genealogical data regarding 
Seth, and the town clerk of Warwick the names, etc., of children of 
Henry and James. 

8, Benjamins Fuller, {Isaacs, Isaac^, Samuel ^^ Samuel^), b. 

Sept. 22, 1754, in North Bridgewater, Mass.; d. ; m. Sept., 

1777, Sarah Ames, who d. April i, 1S12, aged 58 years, dau. of 
Daniel Ames. 

Benjamin Fuller removed after 1777 to Winchester, N. H. He 
has been described as a tall man with light hair and blue eyes, and 
it is said was possessed of a handsome property. 

His children were : 

27. I. Daniel *", b. July 24, 1779 (also given July i). 

28. II. Lois^ b. Feb. 4, 1782 (also given Feb. i ) ; d. Oct. 

26, 1863, aged 82; unmarried. (Gravestone 
Record.) 

29. III. Phebe^ b. April 18, 1787; d. Nov. 13, 1837; ra. 

1804, Daniel Holman and had nine children. 

30. IV. Mehitabel^, b. May 5, 17S9; d. June 12, 1836; 

unmarried. 

31. V. Sally ^ b. March 27, 1791 (also given Feb. 27) ; d. 

Nov. 2, 1838; m. Clark and removed to 

Ohio ; had seven children. 

32. tVI. Benjamin^, b. Dec. 4, 1792 (also given Dec i) ; 

m. Dorothy Bliss. 



138 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

11, Lemuel" Fuller, {Isaac ^, Isaacs, Isaac ^, Samue/^, 
Samur/'), b. May 12, 1768, at Bridgewater, Mass.; d. Feb. 23, 
185 1, at Bennington Falls, Bennington, Vt. ; in. Feb. 4, 1796, at 
Norton, Mass., Fanny l^riggs (Norton Vital Records), dau. of 
Stephen and Sarah (I'ratt) Briggs, b. at Norton, Oct. 17, 1766, d. 
Feb. 14, 1 83 1, at Dalton, Mass. (Linus E. Fuller.) 

Children : 

33. L Fanny7, b. 1796; d. 1880; m. 1820, Jarvis 

Glover. Removed to Springfield, Mass., about 
1826. Children: Martha M.^ Mary E.^, Fanny 
'MJ^, Ceorge H.^ Samuel J.^ and Frank W.^ 

34. IL Mary 7, b. June 7, 1798, in Easton, Mass.; d. 

Aug. 15, 1876; m. May 19, 1824, Timothy Allen 
of S'pringfield, Mass., and had: Martha J. ^, and 
Sarah Frances ''^. 

35. IIL Persis7, b. ^Larch 11, 1800, in Dalton, Mass.; d. 

Atig. i8, 1879, in Lcc, Mass.; m. Sept. 3, 1819, 
William M. Black. Children: Jamcs^, b. May 17, 
1820, in Dalton; William ^L■^, b. Sept. 17, 1821, 
in Lee, Mass. ; Mary^, b. March 5, 1823 ; Jane^, 
b. Feb. 18, 1825; John^ b. March 4, 1829; 
George Nelson^, b. March 15, 1833; Julia 
Maria '^, b. June 10, 1834, and Alexander M.^, 
1). Feb. 22, 1836. 

36. IV. Abigail Maria?, b. Jan. 17, 1804, in Dalton, Mass.; 

d. Aug. 24, 1875, in (Geneva, 111.; m. in Lee, 
^Lass., Gurdon J. HoUister and removed to 
Geneva 1S46. Children, all born in Lee: 
Edward P.^, b. March 25, 1828; George L.^, b. 
Aug. 3, 1829; Mary A.^, b. Sept. 12, 1832; 
James B.^, b. July 4, 1837, and William J.^, b. 
Aug. 6, 1840. 

37. 4iV. Lemuel?, b. Feb. 14, 1807; m. i, Lucy Putnam; 

m. 2, Sophronia Lyon; m. 3, Anna E. Potter. 

38. VL Caroline Elvira?, b. Aug. 11, 181 1; d. March 2, 

1872, in Hartford, Ct. ; m. Lewis Lamb of 
Springfield, Mass. Children : John Jerome^ and 
Mary F.^ 
39 VIL William Nelson?, b. April 22, 1815 ; m. i, Harriet 

N. Comstock; m. 2, Caroline L. Nelson. 



TWELFTH GROUP. 1 39 

12. ISAAC*^ Fuller, {Isaac^y Isaac*, Isaac^, Samuel', Samuel^)^ 
b. Dec. 15, 1769, in Easton, Mass.; d. Feb. 26, 1S41, in Warren, 
Me. ; m. Anna Boggs. 

They resided in Warren : 

Their children were : 

40. I. Ephraim7, b. Sept. 8, 1789; d. Feb. 26, 1S62; 

unmarried. 

41. $11. Janies7, b. Jan. 10, 1791 ; m. Melinda Cummings. 
43. III. Mary 7, b. May 2, 1795 j ^- Oct. 13, 1825 ; m. John 

Jameson and had: Isaac F.**, b. Dec. 20, 1S14, 
Gilbert^, b. Aug. 10, 1816, Sarah .^nn^, b. Sept. 
27, 1818; Rufus** b. April 18, 1820; Arthur^, b. 
May 19, 1822, and George^, b. Aug. 26, 1824. 
Charles A. Jameson of Great Works, Me., is son 
of Arthur^. 

43. IV. Susan7, b. Sept. 29, 1797; d. June 10, 1S74; m. 

Nov. 12, 1S20, Ebenezer Blunt of Union, Me., 
and had: Henry^, b. Sept. 4, 1821 ; Eliza^ b. 
Nov. 5, 1822; Thomas j.^, b. Oct. 22, 1824; 
Isaac^ b. June 19, 1826; Arthur C.^ b. April 4, 
1828; Mary Ann**, b. April 7, 18^0; Martha^ b. 
Aug. 13, 1832; Betsey**, b. April 20, 1S34; 
Sarah^, b. .April 15, 1838, and O.'-car*, b. Aug. 
25, 1842, living at Thomaston, Me. 

44. tV. Given?, b. Jan. 7, iSoo; ra. Widow Melinda 

(Cummings) Fuller. 

45. tVI. Isaac?, b. Feb. 22, 1803; m. i, Avis Cummings; 

m. 2, Thankful Williams. 

46. *VII. Prince Ford?, b. April 5, 1807 ; m. Miriam B. Hart. 

13. Barzillai*^ Fuller, {Isaac ^, Isaac*, Isaac i, Samuel '^ 
Samuel^), b. June 29, 1772, probably in Easton, Mass.; d. there 
March 24, 1845, aged 73 years; m. Nov. 11, 1792, Betsey Tisdale. 

Children, recorded at Easton : 

47. I. Barzillai?, b. March 15, 1793; m. Dec. 29, 1819, 

Patience Beals. 

48. $11. Tisdale7, b. June 29, 1796; m. i, Harriet Coward; 

m. 2, Betsey Snow. 
. 49. III. Betsey 7, b. May 11, 1798. 

50. IV. Ruth 7, b. March 20, 1800. 

14, Alden^ Fuller, {Isaac^, Isaac*, Isaad, Samuel', 
Samuel^), b. Aug. 16, 1773, in Easton, Mass.; d. Jan. 14, 1836; 



I40 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

probably the AMcn Fuller who m. Sept. 17, 1795, Abigail White, 
" both of Mansfield, Mass," 
Children : 
51. $1. Harrison?, b. March 24, iSio; ni. Mary P. Morse. 
52^ II. Aldcn7, b. 1S12; d. Sept. 16, 1891 ; m. Oct. 31, 
,876. . 

53. III. Harriet?, b. 1.S16; d. , 1840. 

54. IV. Albert?, b. 1820; d. June 20, 1843. 

15, Hosk.a'' Fuller, (fsaac^, Isaac*, /saaci, Samuel^, Samuel^), 
b. March 23, 1775, at Easton, Mass.; d. May 10, 1866, at Water- 
vliet (Shakers 1'. O., West Albany, N. Y.) ; m. Int. Pub. July i, 
i8io, with Lucia Crane Hlinidale, Mass., Vital Records); ni. 2, 
said to have married at Dallon, Mass., Mrs. Sarah Smith, who d. at 
Cheshire, Mass., in 1824 ; lu. 3, Aug. 17, 1834, Catherine Washburn 
(Easton, Mass., Town Records). 

Children : 

55. I. Lucy?, b. Sept. 15, 1S13; d. at the Shakers April 

16, 1875. She had been with the Shakers since 
she was a child and was much respected and 
beloved. She was at the head of the Society, and 
brou;.;ht her father there to live about 1850. 

56. II. lOunicc?, b. May 18, 1815; d. about 1834 or 1835, 

in Albany ; was with the Shakers but left them 
and married in .Albany, Truman Hibbard ; had 
a son William, who resides in Ohio. 

57. ^:lll. Waldo C.?, b. Aug. 5, 1817; m. i, Henrietta 

Stocking ; m. 2, Jane C. Hall. 

17. Alpheus" Fuller, { Isaac ^, Isaacs, Isaac i, Samuel^, 
Samuel^), b. Dec. 3, 1779, at Easton, Mass. ; d. March 11, 1865, in 
Kent, Ct. ; m. Ai)ril 16, 1807, Amy Turrill, b. July 26, 1784, at 
Kent, d. there Nov. 14, 181 5, dau. Abel and Jerusha (Peet) 
Turrill; m. 2, Dec. 23, 1S17, at New Milford, Ct., Barbara Bostwick, 
b. there June 11, 1786, d. July 10, 1865, at Kent, dau. of Ichabod 
Bostwick. 

Children : 

58. I. Jerome B.?, b. Jan. 26, 180S; m. Oct. 27, 1834, 

Lucy .A. Pratt. 

59. II. Lucy?, b. Dec. 21, 1S09; d. March 17, 1900, at 

New Haven, Ct. ; m. Abraham Swift, son of John 
H. Swilt and Lydia*^ Fuller (Abrahams, Joseph*, 



63. 


*I. 


64. 


11, 


65. 
66. 


*III 
IV, 



TWELFTH GROUP. I41 

John 3, SamueP, Edward') ; had dau. Josephine'*, 
who ni. Clark B. Bryant. 

60. III. A dau., b. Feb. lo, 1812. 

61. IV. Henry Ichabod?, b. March 26, 1822; d. July 7, 

185 1, at Hartford, Ct. 

62. V. Charles Isaac?, b. Sept. 21, 1823; d. March 31, 

1867. 

18. RuFUS*^ Fuller, (Isaacs, /saac^, Isaac^, Samuel', Samuel^), 
b. Nov. 29, 1 78 1, at Easton, Mass.; d. Sept. 13, 1850, at Kent, Ct. ; 
m. I, Match 2, 1806, Bede Fenn, b. Jan. 10, 1786, at Plymouth, Ct., 
d. March 18, 1817, at Kent; m. 2, F'eb. i, 1821, Elizabeth Drake, 
b. Dec. 27, 1792, at Easton, Mass., d. March 22,, 1876, at Kent. 

Children : 

Linus Fenn7, b. Feb. 15, 1807; ni. Catherine 

Sophia Whiteside. 
Julia Ann", b. Sept. i, iSoS, at Red Hook, N. Y. ; 

m. Nov. 8, 1827, Matthe'v Barnum. No issue. 

Rufus", b. Nov. 13, 1810; m. . 

Eliza?, b. Dec. 10, 1812; d. Dec. 14, 1816, at 

Plymouth, Ct. 
67. V. Bede Ann Eliza?, b. F'eb. 11, 1822, at Kent; d. 

there Dec. 10, 1897; m. Oct. 28, 1843, (leorge 

Hopson and had: Morton^, William^, Mary^, 

and two that died young. 

19. Otis*^ Fuller, {Isaac^, Isaac"!, haac^, Samuel*, Samuel^), 
b. Sept. 29, 1785 (Brainard MSS.), or Sept. 13, 1785 (L. E. Fuller 
MSS.), at Ef.ston, Mass.; d. Aug. 31, 1862, at Naples, N. Y. ; m. i. 
May 7, 1809, at Hinsdale, Mass., Minerva Curtis, b. Dec. 30, 1790, 
at Cummington, Mass., d. Nov. 2, 181 8, at Naples; m. 2, Nov. 2, 
1819, at Naples, Laura Wiley, b. Jan. 2, 1790, at Dalton, Mass., d. 
at Naples April 10, 1877, dau. of Robert Wiley. 

Otis Fuller was a physician with an e.xtensive practice. He was a 
critical student of English literature. He was kind and jovial in 
disposition and generous to the poor. 
His children, born at Naples, were : 

Minerva?, b. Aug. i, 181 1 ; d. July, 1877. 

Otis?, b. 1815 ; d. July 22, 1S15. 

Eliza Ann?, b. March 17, 1817; d. Sept. 4, i860, 

at Mondovi, Wis.; m. June 29, 1S36, Elijah 

Warren and had : Augustus^, b. \\ig. 9, 1837 ; 

Otis F.5, b. July 7, 1839 ; Mary Minerva*, b. May 



68. 


I, 


69. 


11, 


70. 


III 



142 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

27, 1841 ; Ann Eliza^, b. Oct. 29, 1843; Laura 
Augusta^, b. Dec. i, 1845 ; Martha Augusta^, b. 
July 9, 1847 ; JayS, b. July 24, 1849 ; Elijah^, b. 
Oct. 28, 1852; Eunice F.^, b. Nov. 15, 1854; 
Ann Josephine^, b. July 6, 1857, and EUa^ b. 
Sept. 4, i860. 

71. $IV. Lorenzo Dow7, b. Aug. 15, 1820; m. Mary M. 

Cleveland. 

72. V. Laura Sprague?, b. April 14, 1822; d. March 6, 

1904 ; m. I, Aug. 8, 1853, Orrin VV. Dowd, b. 
May 14, 1S26, d. Jan. 21, 1857; no children; 
m. 2, July 5, 1859, Charles S. Long, who d. in 
■ 867. They had two children, a son and a dau., 
Cora, b. May i, i860; the son d. May 2, i860, 
and Cora d. Aug. 19, 1861. Laura S. m. 3, 
Henry White Curtis, Dec. 21, 1876, at Naples, 
N. Y., who was living in Hinsdale, Mass., in 1908. 

73. VL De Witt Clinton?, b. Feb. 17, 1824; m. Augusta 

Wells in Michigan. 

74. VH. Mary Alden', b. Oct. 13, 1826; d. April 19, 1829. 

75. $VHL Jerome Bonaparte?, b. Jan. 8, 1829; m. Elizabeth 

Mercy Wells. 



'21 . Jacob'' Kui.i.f.r, {Isaiah s, Isaacs, Isaac^, Samuel^, Samuel^), 

b. 1776, at Briilgewater, Mass.; d. ; m. r, , 1800, 

Abigail Leonard, who d. 1805 ; ni. 2, Sept. 9, 1806, Hannah Orcutt, 
who d. 1828; ni. 3, May 24, 1829, Mary Edson. 
He resided at Cauipello, Mass. 
His children were : 
76. L Betsey?, b. April 16, 1801 ; m. 1824, Francis 

I'ackard. 
Josiah?, b. Sept 3, 1803 ; m. Almira Holbrook. 
Nabby7, b. May 9, 1807; m. Jan. 7, 1834, Joseph 

1). Corkins. 
l>eonard Orcutt?, b. Sept. 18, 1809; m. Susan Ann 

'I'hayer. 
^Lary Flagg?, b. April 14, 18 14. 
Hannah?, b. Sept. 28, 1820; d. 21 months of age. 



2:J. Henry ^ Fuller, {Isaiah^, Isaacs, Isaac^, Samuel^, 
Samuel'), b. 1780, probably in Warwick, Mass.; d. there April 29, 
1835 ; m. Oct. 26, 1802, Hannah Cobb, both of Warwick; she d. 
May 9, 1849. 



77. 
78. 


H. 
HL 


79- 


*iv. 


80. 
81. 


V. 
VL 



84. 


III. 


85. 


IV. 


86. 


V. 


87. 


VI. 



TWELFTH GROUP. 143 

Children, b. in Warwick : 

82. I. Esther 7, b. Jan. 9, 1802; d. March 31, 1871; 

unmarried. 

83. II. Fanny?, b. Feb. 25, 1S04 ; m. Jan. 15, 1826, 
William Frye of Boston. 

Mary 7, b. June 11, 1805 ; d. May 10, 1S29. 

Henry 7, b. April 9, 1807 ; d. Oct. 16, 1830. 

Hannah?, b. Nov. 4, 1808; d. May 11, 1831. 

Harris?, b. Jan. 28, 1810; d. Jan. i, 1837. 

Mrs. Augustus Fuller (Widow of No. 99 of this group) mentions. 

another son, A. Baker Fuller, probably : 

88. $VII. Arlemas B.7, of the Town Clerk's report, who m. i, 

Ophelia P. Packard, and m. 2, Caroline \V. 
Williams, all of Warwick. 

24. Seih^ Fuller, {Isaiah^, Isaac*!, Isaac^, Samuel', Samuel^), 
b. 1782, in Warwick?, Mass.; d. Sept. 27, 1846, in Boston, Mass.; 
m. I, ; m. 2, Pruda Cutter of Sudbury, Mass., May 7, 1809. 

Children : 

89. I. Adeline?, b. ; m. Robert Fletcher. 

90. II. Almira?, b. ; m. John L. Stodder. 

91. $111. Joseph?, b. ; m. Mary Hall. 

92. $IV. Seth Wyraan?, b. ; m. Ann Dewitt Cross. 

93. V. Harriet?, b. ; unmarried. 

94. VI. Elizabeth?, ; m. Jesse Kingsbury. 

26. Jambs'^ Fuller, {Isaiah^, Isaacs, Isaac^, Samuel', Samuel^) 
b. June 30, 1793, in Warwick, Mass.; d. there June 22, 1851; m. 
Feb. 15, 1816, Nancy Lesure, who d. June 4, 1864, aged 68 years. 

They reside in Warwick. 

Children, recorded in Warwick : 

95. I. James Dwight?, b. Aug. 5, 1S16; d. April 24, 1833. 

96. II. Lucy Maria?, b. Jan. 10, 1819 ; d. March 28, 1900; 

m. .^pril 23, 1837, Calvin W. Delva of Warwick, 
and had : James**, Emeline^, Ellen^, Annette**, 
Susan**, Bessie^, Anna'*, Nellie^ and Frank.^ 

97. till. Benjamin F.?, b. Aug. 26, 182 1 ; m. Mary Emeiine 

Green. 

98. IV. Soi)hia?, b. Aug. 17, 1823 • d. Oct. 29, 1823. 

99. tV. Augustus?, b. March 4, 1825; m. Almira Jane 

Brooks. 
100. rtVI. Henry Martin?, b. May 3, 1828 ; m. Mary B. Wilson, 
loi. $V1I. Dwight?, b. Dec. 13, 1832 ; m. Sarah Jane Johnsoa. 



144 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

102. tVIIJ. James E.7, b. Oct. 5, 1836 ; m. Clara Gould. 

103. tlX. Francis L.7, b. Dec. 9, 1839; m. Hattie Whitney. 

:{2. Benjamin'' Fuller, {Benjamin 'i, Isaacs, Isaac i, Satnuel^, 
Samuel^), b. Dec. 4, 1792, probably in Winchester, N. H. ; d. 
March 6, i860; m. July 3, 181 7, Dorothy Bliss, who d. Oct. 
30. 1839. 

Children, all born at Winchester, N. H. : 

104. I. Susah liliss7, b. April 13, 1818; d. July 25, 1836; 

unmarried. 

105. II. Elmina Tamajen?, b. March 25, 1820; m. Feb. 11, 

1840, in Warwick, Mass., Samuel Davis Wheaton, 
and had : Julius Davis^, b. Jan. 10, 1841, d. 
Sept. 30, 1895, unmarried; Junius Levi^, b. 
July 19, 1842, d. Dec. 19, 1843; Julia Elimina^, 
b. June 3, 1844, d. June 26, 1900, m. Nov. 30, 
1S67, Nathan P. Peck of Woodbridge, Ct. ; 
Sarah\ b. Aug. 4, 1846, d. May 24, 1890, in 
Woslville, Ct., unmarried ; Christopher C.^, b. 
July, 1S4S, d. Nov. 8, 1897 ; Hattie Elizabeth^, b. 
Feb. 14, 1S51 ; Williston Wayland^, b. April 18, 
1856, d. Feb. 14, 1 86 1, in Warwick. 

106. tin. Emory Coddard', b. July i, 1822; m. H.Eliza 

Hale. 

107. IV. Hattie Bliss?, b. Oct. 15, 1824; d. Feb. 21, 1879; 

m. June 20, 1872, in Watsonville, Cal., Thomas 
Fuller, b. in l^ngland, who removed to Mexico 
after the death of his wife in Tecopa, Cal. No 
children. 

108. V. Miranda Elizabeth?, b. Jan. 21, 1828; d. Sept. 5, 

1 85 1 ; unmarried. 

109. VI. Caroline H.7, b. Feb. 27, 1831 ; d. Aug. 16, 1S32. 
no. $VII. Lucius Ames?, b. Nov. 12, 1833; m. Ellen Calista 

Bennett. 
III. VIII. Caroline W.7, b. Oct. 12, 1837; d. Nov. 25, 1897; 
m. Feb. 15, 1858, Wells Beecher of Woodbridge, 
Ct., and had : Frank W., b. June, 1861, d. Oct., 
1861, and Edward W., b. Nov. 30, 1859. Resides 
in Wallingford, Ct. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

:}7. Lemuel? Fuller, {Lemucl^\ Isaac^, Isaacs, Isaac^, 
Samuel^, Sa/nue/') b. Feb. 14, 1807, at Pittsfield, Mass.; d. Jan. i, 
1893, at Bennington Falls, Bennington, Vt. ; m. i, Nov. i8, 1828, 



TWELFTH GROUP. I45 

in Lebanon, N. Y., Lucy Putnam, b. 1804, at Becket, Mass., who d- 
Aug. 13, 1841, at Bennington Falls; m. 2, Jan. i, 1S42, Sophronia 
Lyon, b. April 26, 1823, at Woodford, Vt., who d. Sept. 16, i860, at 
Bennington Falls; ni. 3, April 25, 1863, Anna E. Potter. 
Children : 

112. L Caroline Elvira^, b. Dec. 20, 1829, in Dalton, 

Mass.; d. March 31, 1S71, at Bennington Falls; 
m. there Jan. 30, 1S50, Sakm White. Their 
children, born at Bennington Falls, were : 
Caroline'', b. April 7, 1851 ; Willard'', b. Jan. 20, 
1852 ; Frank H.9, b. Nov. 26, 1854 ; Frederick**, 
b. Sept. 14, 1856; Kittie9, b. Feb. 14, 1S5S; 
Libbie G.9, b. March 15, 1861 ; Salem H.*^, b. 
Dec. 26, 1862; Lucy9, b. March 29, 1S64; 
Linus9, b. Aug. 20, 1867, and Nettie E.9, b. Aug. 
15, 1868. 

113. IL A son, b. ; died young. 

114. in. Emily J.^, b. Oct. 20, 1836, at Bennington Falls; 

m. Oct. 6, 185S, Henry D. Rouse, who d. Jan. 6, 
1905, at West Philadelphia, Pa. They had: 
Ada M.9, b. Nov. 26, 1864; Frederick F.'», b. 
Nov. 28, 1866, at Rutland, Vt., and Henry D.'», 
b. at Philadelphia. 

115. IV. Lucy P.s, b. Aug. 13, 1841, at Bennington Falls; 

m. Dec. 22, 1862, Eli B. Hicks. Reside at 
North Adams, Mass. Children : Mary 9, b. Nov. 
21, 1863 ; Charles H .9, b. Oct. 29, 1S65 ; Harry", 
b. March 24, 1868; twins, b. Dec. 24, 1869, 
died young; Viva C.9, b. Jan. 10, 1S71 ; Elmira 
M.9, b. .'\pril 16, 1873; Frederick 9 and Frank", 
twins, b. Aug. 2, 1875 ; Anna F.9, b. .^pril 5, 
1877; Walter9, b. April 12, 1880, and Ada 
Amelia9, b. Aug. 9, 1884. 
n6. V. Linus E.^, b. May 2, 1844; m. Oct. 17, 1S66, 

Amelia J. Landon. Resides in New York City. 
No children. 

39. William Nelson? Fuller, {Letnucl^\ /snac^, Isaacs, Isaac^y 
Samuel"^, Saviuel^^y b. April 22, 1815, in Dalton, Mass.; d. Nov. 
23, 1887, at Oconee, 111.; m. i, April 15, 1S34, Harriet Newell 
Comstock in Dalton, who d. May 17, 1843, aged 29 ; m. 2, Nov. 29, 
1843, Caroline Lovina Nelson, who d. Jan, 22, 1879, ^^ Ramsey, III. 

Children, all but the youngest child b. in Dalton : 
117. I. William Nelson*, b. Feb. 3, 1835 ; d. Sept. 19, 1837. 



146 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

iiS. *II. Nelson William^, b. July 29, 1838; m. Elizabeth J. 

Craig. 

119. III. George Newell^, b. Dec. 11, 1840; d. Aug. 16, 

1846. 

120. IV. Harriet Newell^, b. April C4, 1843; m. April 19, 

1865, George E. Haga^. Children: Kate9, b. 
June 17, 1867; Susie B.9, b. Dec. 10, 1869; 
Harriet W.9, b. Aug. 20, 1872; George S.9, b. 
Dec. I, 1876; Lucy G.9, b. Nov. 11, 1879; 
James W.9, b. Jan. 5, 1883, and Catherine 0.9, b. 
Jan. 17, 1886. 

121. V. Matthias G. L.^, b. Aug. 22, 1847; ^- Jennie 

Wheeler ; no issue. Reside Oconee, 111. 

122. VI. Caroline Lovinia"^, b. July 2, 1849; m. Dec. 17, 

1 868, in Decatur, 111., Henry McKnight. Reside 
at Caldwell, Kan. (1896). Children, all b. at 
Ramsey, 111.: Beatrice B.9, b. Jan. 15, 1873; 
Roma R.9, b. Nov. 16, 1874 ; Louis E.9, b. March 
11, 1876; Fanny M.9, b. May 12, 1878; Chad 
C", b. Aug. 6, 1884. 

123. VII. Fanny Briggs*^, b. March 22, 1852; in. Dec. 28, 

1876, Chadwick Gale. They reside (1896) 
Oconee, HI. Their children, all b. in Oconee, 
are: Lottie L.9, b. May 12, 1878; Bessie C.9, b. 
Sept. 5, 1879; Charles C.9, b. June 28, 1886; 
Gertrude F.9, b. June 25, 1889, and George N.9, 
b. March 20, 1891. 

124. VIII. Jerome Minot^ b. Sept. 7, 1855 ; d. Jan. 27, 1856. 

125. IX. Mary Maria^, b. Dec. 25, 1859, at Ramsey, 111.; m. 

June 4, 1890, George Burr. Children: Mabel 
A.*^, b. April 27, 1891, and Guy F.9, b. June 15, 
1895. 



41, Jamf^' Fuller, {/saac^, Isaac s, Isaacs, Isaac ^, Samuel^, 
Samuel^), b. Jan. 10, 1791, in Warren, Me.; d. there Nov. 10, 
1826; m. Dec, 1816, Melinda Cummings. 

Lived at Thomaston, Me. 

Children born to ihcm were : 

126. I. Elizabeth'^, b. ; m. Reuben Weeks of 

Roxbury, Mass. Children : William9, Charles9, 
Ruskin9 and Reuben9. 

127. 4^11. James^ b. ; m. Ellen M. Robinson. 

128. III. Mary Jane*, b. ; m. David Hardecar of 

Roxbury, Mass., where she lived and died. 



TWELFTH GROUP. 147 

44, GivEn7 Fuller, {Isaac^, Isaacs, Isaacs, Isaac^, Samuel*, 
Samuel^), b. Jan. 7, 1800, in Warren, Me.; d. April 13, 1847; m. 
Mrs. Melinda Cummings, widow of his brother James. 

Resided at Thomaston, Me. 
Children : 

129. $1. Charles^, b. ; m. . 

130. til. George^, b. ; m. . 

45, Isaac' Fuller, {Isaac^, Isaacs, Isaacs, Jsaac^^ Samuel*, 
Samuel^), b. Feb. 22, 1803, in Warren, Me.; d. Appl 9, 1873; m. 
I, Aug. 14, 1829, Avis Cummings; m. 2, March 18, 1849, Thankfull 
Williams. 

He was a farmer living at Rockland, Me. 
Children : 

131. I. Susan A.^, b. 1831 ; d. Jan. 2, 1902; m. Capt. 

Burnham Hyler and removed to Thomaston, Me. 
Children: Emma B.9, b. 1851; Halver**, b. 
1853; Alida D.9, b. 1855, and Burnham**, b. 

1857. 

132. II. John C.s, b. 1832 ; d. 1874. 

133. III. Roxanna^, b. 1834; d. young. 

134. IV. Eli M.^, b. 1836; d. young. 

135. V. Avis A.^, b. 1840; m. Gorham Butler and had: 

Josephine9, b. i860, and Ralph Emery^, b. 1862. 
Reside in Rockland, Me. 

136. *VI. Ford H.^ b. 1842 ; m. Lutheria Reed. 

137. VII. Sarah A.**, b. 1844; m. Matthias Ulmer of 

Rockland, Me., and had: Jennie9, b. OcL 8, 
1863, and Alices, b. Sept. 21, 1865. 

138. VIII. Rose C.s, b. 1845 ; d. 1871. 

46, Prince Ford? Fuller, {Isaac^, Isaac ^, Isaac ^^ Isaac \ 
Samuel*, Samuel^), b. April 5, 1807, in Warren, Me.; d. Nov. 26, 
1838, in Warren; m. Miriam B. Hart of Union, Me. 

Their children were : 

139. $1. William H.^, b. June 19, 1831 ; m. Margaret K. 

Overlock. 

140. *II. Ellis Bethuel*^, b. Jan. 20, 1833 ; m. Anne M. Eells. 

141. III. Oscar^ b. Jan., 1835 ; d. April, 1838. 

142. IV. Nathan W.s, b. July 17, 1838; d. Jan., 1863; a 

soldier of the Civil war; member Co. B, 24th 
Maine; m. Jan., 1863, Laura A. Ad^uns of 
Thomaston, Me. 



148 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

48. TiSDALE? Fuller, {Barziliai^\ Isaac ^, Isaacs, Isaac ^, 

Samuel', SaiitucP), b. Jan. 29, 1796, in Easton, Mass.; d. ; 

m. I, April 23, 1822, Harriet Goward ; m. 2, March 28, 1837, 
Betsey Snow. 

Children, recorded at F^aston : 

143. I. Harriet*^, b. Nov. 26, 1823. 

144. II. Caroline T.^ b. Oct. 12, 1S28; m. May 29, 1853, 

Nelson Drake. 

145. 111. Martha W.^, b. May 30, 1830; m. Dec. i, 1855, 

Charles 1). Wilcox, who d. Oct. 18, 1900, in 
Sonierville, Mass. Children: Charles Arlinc;ton 9, 
b. May 11, 1857 ; Herbert Augustus^, b. Aug. 3, 
1865, and Emily T.9, b. Sept. 28, 1871. Mrs. 
Wilcox resides at Somerville. 

146. :{:IV. Tisdale Harlow^, b, Aug. 2, 1832; m. Eliza Ann 

Drake. 

147. V. Eli/abelh H.^ b. April 19, 1835 ; d. Sept. 29, 1901, 

in Easton; m. Dec. 8, i860, Lemuel Keith 
Wilbur of Norton, Mass., and had : Marion 
l^lizabeth'', b. Sept. 11, 1861, m. Dec. 29, 1886, 
Alfred A. Sisson of Easton; Mabel Fuller 9, b. 
Aug. 17, 1869, and Herbert Lemuel 9, b. Sept. 2, 
1871, in Easton. 



51 . Harrison? Fuller, {AIden^\ haac^, IsaaC^, Isaac^, Samuel', 
Samuel'), b. March 24, 1810; d. April 22, 1856, at Mansfield, 
Mass. ; m. Mary T. Morse. 

Children : 

148. tL Henry J.^ b. May 5, 1834; m. Rebecca J. Vincent. 

149. H. Mary Ellen ^ b. June 10, 1836; m. Nov. 30, 1871, 

Josiah Craig. 

150. HL Gardner A.\ b. 1838; d. April 11, 1898; 

unmarried. 

151. tlV. William ^ b. 1840; m. Betsey W. LeBaron. 



.>7 . Walix) C.7 Fuller, ( Ilosea^, Isaac^, Isaacs, Isaac^, Samuel', 
Samuel'), b. Aug. 5, 181 7 (L. E. Fuller MSS.), in Dalton, Mass.; 
d. March 26, 1904, in Becket, Mass. (buried in Dalton) ; m. i, 
Henrietta Stocking, who d. Sept. 25, 1841, aged 26 years; m. 2, 
April 17, 1S43, Jane C. Hall, who d. April 9, 1897, in Hinsdale, 
Mass. 



TWELFTH GROUP. I49 

Children : 

152. $1. William Henry ^, b. Oct. 3, 1839; m. Sarah Jane 

Pierce. 

153. II. Clara Maria*^, b. Dec. 22, 1S44, at Dalton, Mass.; 

ni. March 26, 1S85, Wesley 1,. Uartlelt. Have 
two children. Reside in Hinsdale, Mass. 

154. III. Emma S.^ b. Feb. 9, 1S46, at Dalton; d. Aug. 12, 

1877; m. W'illiam Wilson and had: Minnie*^, b. 
March 23, 1874. 

155. IV. Flora J.s, b. Dec. 17, 1847; in. 1S86, Frank T. 

Oggert of Howarth, N. Y. 

156. $V. Edson W.^, b. Sept. 14, 1849 J "i- Fanny Smith. 

157. :tVI, Frank Byron'^, b. Dec. 19, 1852; m. Ida M. 

Kenerson. 

158. VII. Grace M.^ b. Sept. i, 1855 ; d. Sept. 13, 1855. 

159. VIII. Nathan O.^ b. Feb. 28, 1S59, at Pittsficld, Mass. ; 

d. there Oct. 4, 1861. 

63. Linus Fenn? Fuller, {Kuftis^, Isaac i, Isaacs, Isaac ^^ 
Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Feb. 15, 1807, at Rhinebeck, N. V. ; d. SepL 
24, 1865, at Bridgeport, Ct. ; m. June 14, 1844, Catherine Sophia 
Whiteside, who d. March 17, 1902, ae. 77. 

Children : 

160. I. Maria Louisa^, b. ; m. Rev. Mr. Sturgess 

and has one dau., who is also married. 

161. *II. Rufus G.s, b. ; m. Ida Thayer. 

162. III. James^ b. ; d. young. 

163. IV. Linus ^ b. ; d. young. 

164. V. Wilhemina^ b. ; d. young. 

65. Ruhjs' Fuller, {Ru/us^, Isaac^, Isaacs, Isaac^, Samuel*, 
Satnuel^), b. Nov. 13, 1810, at Plymouth, Ct. ; d. May 11, iSSi ; 
m. March 10, 1857, at Plymouth, Ct., . 

Children : 

165. I. Florence A.^ b. ; m. Byron Baiker of 

Hempstead, L. I. 

166. II. Clarence^, b. . 

71. Lorenzo Dow? Fuller, ((9/u^ Isaac i, Isaac^^ Isaac i, 
Samuel^, Samuel'), b. Aug. 15, 1820, in Naples, N. V.; m. Nov. i, 
1868, Mary M. Cleveland in Naples. 

Children : 

167. I. Edward**, b. . 



150 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

75. Jerome Bonaparte? Fuller, {0/is^, Isaaci, Isaac*>, Isaac^^ 

Samuel^, Samuel*), b. Jan. 8, 1829, in Naples, N. Y. ; d. ; 

m. May, 1859, Elizabeth Mercy Wells. 

Lived at Buchanan, Mich. 

Children : 
168. *I. Jay^ b. 



171. 


IV. 


172. 


V, 


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VI 



169. II. Milton^, b. . 

170. III. Clara^, b. ; ni. E. M. Colvin. Resides 

Chicago, 111. Their children are : Jay Austin^, 
b. Jan. I, 1890; Richard Edwin^, b. Aug. 31, 
1S99; Willard Otis^, b. April 3, 1901, and Ruth 
IClizabeth9, b. Feb. 5, 1903. 

Charles*', b. . 

Otis M.s, b. ; d. . 

Nellie^, b. ; d. ; m. Wakeley. 



79. Leonard Orcuit7 Fuller, {Jacob^, Isaiah^, Isaacs, Isaac^, 
Samuel^, Samuc/'), b. Sept. 18, 1809, at North Bridgewater, Mass.; 
d. ; m. .^pril 3, 1836, Susan Ann Thayer. 

Their children were : 

174. I. Abl)y\ b. Jan. 30, 1837 ; ni. Henry Frederick Nash 

of New Bedford, Mass. 

175. II. Lydia Brown '^, b. Sept. 25, 1839; m. Thomas B. 

Whitney of New Bedford. 

8H. Artemas Baker 7 Fuller, {Hen ry^, Laac^, Isaacs, Isaacs, 

Samuel^, Samuel*), b. about 1815; d. ; m. i, Nov. 28, 

1839, Ophelia P. Packard, who d. Feb. 4, 1843; m. 2, Caroline W. 
Williams. 

Children : 

176. I. James Henry ^, b. about 1842 ; d. July 25, 1864. 

177. II. William Francis^, b. Feb. 27, 1854; ra. Nov. 29, 

1 888, Carrie G. Leonard. 

178. III. Sarah Maria ^, b. May 30, 1856. 

J)!. Joseph? Fuller, {Seth^, Isaiahs, Isaacs, Isaac^^ 

Samuel', Samuel*), b. ; d. ; ni. Mary Hall. 

Children : 

179. I. Joseph L.^, b. ; m. Charlotte Peterson. 

180. II. George Wyman**, b. . 



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TWELFTH GROUP. X5X 

92. Seth Wyman? Fuller, {Seih^, Isaiahs^ Isaac*, Isaac \ 

Samuel^, Samuel^), b. June 9, 1816, in Boston, Mass.; d. ; 

m. June 24, 1840, Ann DeWitt Cross of New York City. 

Their children were : 

181. I. Anna Augusta^, b. Sept. 8, 184 1, in New York City; 

d. June 22, 1804, in Boston; unmarried. 

182. II. Elizabeth Almira^, b. Sept. 7, 1844 ; m. Dec. 24, 

1868, George W. Learnard of Boston and had: 
Arthur Wyman^, b. March 10, 1870; Harrington 
I)eWitt9, b. June 24, 1876, Treasurer and 
President respectively of the Seth \V. FulU-r Co., 
engineers and contractors in electrical construc- 
tion, Boston, Mass. 

George W.^, b. April 23, 1S46; ni. Susan H. 
Learnard. 

Charles Edward**, b. Dec. 28, 1848; m. Martha E. 
Jenney of New Bedford, Mass. ; no children. 

Frank s, b. Aug. 5, 1850; m. Anna C. Hart of 
Boston. 



97. Benjamin Y.^ Fuller, {James*", Isaiah^, Isaac*, Isaac \ 
Samuel*, Samuel^), b. Aug. 26, 182 1, in Warwick, Mass.; d. 
May 8, 1873; m. July 4, 1844, Enieline R. Greene of Warwick, 
who d. March 7, 1879. 

He was Lieutenant in 21st Mass. Regt., and served three years in 
the Civil war. 

Children : 
1S6. I. Hattie Laura*, b. June 10, 1859 ; d. Nov. 27, 1885 ; 

m. Oct. 28, 1880, Alfred Walker of Leominster, 
Mass. 



99. Augustus? Fuller, {James^, Isaiahs, Isaac*, Isaac i, 
Samuel'*, Samuel*), b. March 7, 1824, in Warwick, Mass.; d. Aug. 
4, 1904, in Baldwinsville, Mass.; m. May 12, 1848, Almira Jane 
Brooks, who resides in Baldwinsville. 

Children born to them were : 

187. $1. Eugene L.^, b. Feb. 24, 1849; m. Abbie Bingham. 

188. *II. George A.^ b. Oct. 21, 1851 ; m. Ellen Mary 

Channing. 

189. III. Frank E.*, b. April 10, 1862 ; d. Aug. 16, 1863. 



152 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

100. Hknky Martin? Fui.lf.r, {James^, Isaiah^, Isaacs, Isaac^, 
Saniud^ Samiu/'), b. May 3, 1828, in Warwick, Mass.; d. 
March 15, 18S4; 111. 1, Dec. i, 1854, Mary B. Wilson of Winches- 
ter, N. H.; ni. 2, . 

Children by first, wife : 

190. I. Herbert^, b. . 

By second wife : 

191. II. Marcia^, b. . 

192. III. Waldo ^b. . 



194. 



101. DwK;in 7 Fuller, {/uj/u's", Isaiah^, Isaacs, Isaad, 
Samiu'/^, Saiiti/c/^), b. Dec. 13, 1S32, in Warwick, Mass.; d. Feb. 

5, 1902, in Si)ringficld, Mass.; m. , Sarah Jane Johnson, who 

d. Oct. 8, 1903, in Springfield, aged 69 years. 

Children : 

193. I. Winfields ?, b. ,1867. 

II. Bertha^ b. , 1864, in Warwick, Mass.; m. 

Feb. 17, 18S5, Allen Webster, b. in Philadelphia, 
Pa. They have one daughter, and reside in 
Springfield. 

102. Jamks IC.7 Fuller, {Jamcs'\ Isaiah'^, Isaacs, Isaac^, 
Samuel^, Sa/iit/cl'), b. Oct. 5, 1836, in Warwick, Mass.; d. July 31, 
1901, in Worcester, Mass.; m. Jan. 18, 1859, Clara Delia Gould of 
Warwick. 

He was an architect and buiUler in Worcester. 
Their children were : 
195. I. Clara Gertrude '\ b. Jan. 13, 1 861, at Warwick; m. 

Feb. 14, 1884, Kdgar Stiles Douglas, and their 
son, Delano Fuller WoodclilTe Douglas, was b. 
Aug. 17, 1887, at Fort Point, Me. 
James Edward^, b. Oct. 28, 1865 ; m. Maud Louise 

Knowlton. 
Frederick Lesure^, b. Jan. 5, 1870, at Worcester; 

d. Aug. 6, 1870. 
Robert Lesure^ b. June 29, 1871 ; ra. Mary 
Wentworth White. 

10;j. Francis L.7 Fuller, {Jatncs^, Isaiah^, Isaacs, Isaac ^, 

Sai/iucI^, Sai/iiic/^), b. Dec. 9, 1839, in Warwick, Mass. ; m. , 

Hattie M. Whitney of Orange, Mass. 

Resides in Maiden, Mass. 



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III. 


198. 


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TWELFTH GROUP. 1 53 

Children : 

199. I. Charles Harrison^ b. July 13, 1867; m. Oct. 9, 

1S96, Mabel Homer. 

200. II. Lottie M.^, b. 1S69, in Athol; d. Aug. 7, 1S71, in 

Orange. 

201. III. Hoyt Edward^, b. July 25, 1871, in Orange. 

106. Emery Goddard? Fuller, ( Jhnjamin ^, Benjamin 5, Isaac*, 
Jsaac^, Sa7nuel^, Samuel^), b. July i, 1822, in Winchester, N. H.; 
d. May i, 1899, in Hinsdale, N. H.; ni. Afril 27, 1S5S, in 
Winchester, H. Eliza Hunt of Rindge, N. H. 

Children, all b. in Winchester : 

202. I. Charles Emery s, b. May 20, 1859 ; d. April 20, iSSi, 

Ashuelot, N. H. ; un...".rried. 

203. II. Frederick Hale*", b. March i, 1S61 ; d. March 6, 

1893, in Ashuelot ; unmarried. 

204. tin, Frank Herbert^, b. Oct. 22, 1866; m. Eva V. 

Davis. 

"' 110, Lucius Ames? Fuller, {Bcn/amin^, Benjamin^, Isaac *, 
Isaac^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Nov. i-, 1833, '"^ Winchester, N. H.; 
d. Jan. 15, 1886, in Orange, Mass.; ui. March 5, 1861, Ellen Calista 
Bennett. 

Their children are : 

205. I. George Arthur^, b. Nov. 17, 1863. 

206. 11. Nettie Estella^, b. Feb. 4, 1S67 ; m. April 8, 1890, 

Frederick H. Chase. Children born to them : 
Ruth Emily9, b. July 27, 1S91 ; Edward Lucius'^, 
b. Nov. 4, 1S92 ; Frederick Arlan'^, b. Feb. 17, 
1S94 ; Anne Rebecca"^, b. Nov. 15, 1895 , Nettie 
Estella"^, b. Nov. 21, 1896; Jane Evelyn9, b. 
Nov. 26, 1900, and Marion Janet *>, b. April 21, 
1902, d. Jan 31, 1903. 

207. III. Addie Maria ^, b. June 14, 1873. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

118. Nelson William ^ Fuller, ( William N.t, Lemuel^ ^ Isaacs, 
Isaac*, Isaacs, Samuel^, Samuel'), b. July 29, 1838, in Dalton, 
Mass.; d. April 28, 1907, in Kansas City, Mo. ; m. in Hillsboro, 111., 
Sept. 16, 1863, Elizabeth J. Craig. 

Their children : 

208. I. Alberta G.9, b. Nov. 5, 1865; m. SepL 20, 18S6, 



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2IO. 


III. 


21 I. 


IV. 



154 DESCENIMNl^ OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

Alexander G. Henkle. Reside in Kansas City, 
Mo. 

Ada Maude'^ b. June 2, 1S68; d. June 16, 1SS8. 
Harriet K."^, b. Feb. 17, 1872; d. March 29, 1S72. 
Ola licll", b. Sept. 25, 1874, in Walchville, 111.; 
d. . 

127. James^ Fui.i.KK, {JamcsT, Isaac^, Isaac^, Isaacs, Isaac^^ 
Samuel^, Samuel^), b. in Warren, Me.; m. Int. Pub. Nov. 3, 1855, 
with I'^llen M. Robinson of Alna, Me. 

'I'hey reside in North Warren, Me. 

Children : 

212. I. Flora J.'', b. 1856; m. C. S. Coburn and resides in 

Warren, Me. 

213. II. Edward'',!). ; m. Alice J. Lewis and resides 

at Kittery.. Me. No children. 

12'.). Charlf:s'^ Fuller, {GivoP, Jsaac'^, Isaac^, IsaaC^, Isaac^, 

Samuel*, Samuc/^),h. ; m. and removed to Lincoln- 

viUe, Me. 

Children : 

214. I. Charles'^, b. . 

215. II. Mary'>, b. . 

216. III. Edward V, b. . 



VM), CiKoKcjK^ Fuller, {GivciP, Isaac^, Isaac^, Isaacs, Isaac^, 

Sai/iuci*, Samuel^), b. ; m. Int. Pub. Oct. 14, 1856, with 

Abbie C. Gould of Belfast, Me. 

Children : 

217. I. Mary", b. . 

218. II. (ieorge^, b. . 

219. III. Myrtle", b. . 

220. IV. Edward'^, b. . 



130. Ford H.'* Fuller, {/saacT, Isaac^, Isaac^, Isaacs, Isaac\ 
Sdiiiia'l\ Samuel'), h. 1842, in Rockland, Me.; d. 1881, in Boston, 
Mass.; m. 1862, Lutheria Reed. 

Children : 

221. 1. 

222. II. 

130. William H.^ Fuller, {Prince FordT, Isaac^, Isaac^, 
Isaacs, Isaac^y Samuel*, Samuel*), b. June 19, 1831^ in Warren, 



TWELFTH GROUP. 155 

Me.; d. there July i, 1908; m. Oct. 6, 1856, Margaret K. Overlock 
of Waldoboro, Me., who d. Oct. 12, 1907. 
Their children were : 

223. I. Frances 0.9, b. Nov. 11, 1857 ; d. Sept. 25, 1883; 

graduate Warren Free High School, and a 
teacher. 

224. II. Frederick 0.9, b. Nov. 19, 1S60; ni. July 6, 1S99, 

Ida E. Jennison of Boston, Mass., where they 
now (1908) reside; no children. 

225. III. LeForest9, b. Aug. 26, 1S63; m. Jan. 4, 18SS, 

Charlotte C. Ames of Rockland, Me. They 
reside in Boston. Have no children. 

226. IV. Mabel A.9, b. Aug. 11, 1865. Resides in Warren, 

Me. 

227. V. Laura A.9, b. Jan. 19, 1S69. 

140, Ellis Bethuel^ Fuller, {Pnme FonP, Jsaac^, Isaacs, 
Isaac^f Isaac'i, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Jan. 20, 1S33, in Warren, 
Me.; d. March 3, 1892, in Waltham, Mass.; m. in Camden, Me.^ 
Aug. II, 1854, Anne M. Eells, who resides in Camden. 

Children : 

228. I. Emma9, b. Oct. 14, 1856; m. Sept. 26, 1S76, 

Augustus Knight. 

229. II. Carrie C.9, b. Dec. 25, 1S60; d. Jan. 15, 1S62. 

230. III. Alice C.9, b. Feb. 15, 1862 ; d. Jan. 30, 1S76. 

231. IV. Lucy B.9, b. Sept. 11, 1865 ; d. Feb. 6, 1906. 

232. V. Nellie H.9, b. Oct. 15, 1S73. 

14G. Tisdale Harlow s Fuller, {Tisda/eT, Barzillai^y Isaacs, 
Isaacs, Isaac^, Samuel^ ^ Samuel^), b. Aug. 2, 1832, in Easton, 
Mass.; m. May 11, 1851, Ann Elizabeth Drake, b. July, 1833, at 
Norton, Mass. 

Children : 

233. $1. Al])honzo Tisdale9, b. July 9, 1S52. 

234. II. Harriet E.9, b. June 2, 1854; m. July 24, 187S, 

Arthur G. Howard. 

235. III. Fiederick A.9, b. June 20, 1856; d. Oct 3, 1SS5. 

236. IV. Josephine A.9, b. July 29, 1S57 ; d. Sept. 20, 1857. 

237. V. Ann Eliza9, b. March 6, 1859; m. Oct. 28, 1852, 

Herbert Collins. 

238. VI. Henry Clay9, b. Oct. 8,1862. (Drake Genealogy.) 

148. Henry J.^ Fuller, {Harrison^, AUen^, Isaacs^ Isaacs, 
Isaacs, Sa7nuel'*f Samuel^), b. May 5, 1834, in Mansfield, Mass.; d. 



156 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

Oct. 17, 1903, in Taunton, Mass. ; ni. Rebecca J. Vincent, b. 1838, 
in Edgartown, Mass., d. March 31, 1872, in Taunton. 
Children : 

239. I. Frederick V.9, b. Sept. 9, 1863 ; d. Jan. 14, 1897 ; 

m. P'eb. 2, 1886, Etta Strange, who d. Sept. 24, 
1894 ; no children. 

240. II. All)ert'^, b. Jan. 29, 1867 ; m. Jan. 19, 1898, Martha 

\V. Crane, b. in Taunton, March 10, 1865. 
Reside in Taunton. No children. 

241. III. Henry, b. 1870; d. 1871. 

1.'>1. William^ Fuller, {HarrisotiT, Alden^\ Isaac^, IsaaC^, 
/s(U7c^,Sanii/c/^,Saini/cI^),h. 1840; d. Aug. 31, 1902, in Mansfield, 
Mass.; m. Dec. 31, 1866, l>etsey W. LeBaron. 

Children, b. in Mansfield : 

242. I. Evangeline LeBaron9, b. Oct. 14, 1866; m. Oct. 

18, 1 888, Robert E. Parker, b. at Somerville, 
Mass. 

243. II. William Henry9, b. Aug. 16, 1868; m. Oct. 2, 

1S.S9, Bertha Maud Weeks. 

244. III. Alden", b. June II, 1873. 

1.>'2. William IIf.nry^ Fuller, {IVaMo C.T, //osea^, Jsaac^, 
/saac'^, Isaar^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. 1840, in Pittsfield, Mass.; 
resides in Beckct, Mass.; m. 1865, in Willi^mstown, Sarah J. 
Pierce, who d. July 16, 190S, in Becket, Mass. 

Children : 

245. I. A son, b. June 26, 1868, in Pittsfield. 

246. 4:11. William H.'>, b. Oct. 2, 1869; m. Orpha L. Spring. 

247. III. A son, b. Dec. 28, 1870. 

248. IV. Everett EUery^, b. Aug. 6, 1875; ra. Mary 

Tollman. 

249. V. A son, b. Dec. 30, 1876. 

250. VI. David H.'>, b. ; m. Mrs. Sadie B. (Richards) 

Redding. 

!.'>(;. Ei)S(W W."* Fuller, {JVaido C.i, Hosea^, Isaac i, Isaacs, 
Isaat:^, Samuel^, Snniiicl^), b. Sept. 14, 1849, i" Washington, Mass.; 
m. Feb. 28, 1873, Fanny Smith. 

They reside in Ogden, N. Y. 

Children : 

251. I. Child, b. Sept., 1876. 




George A. Fuller. 



TWELFTH GROUP. 157 

157. Frank Byron ^ Fuller, {IValdo O, Jlosea^^ Isaac ^, 
Isaac^, Isaac^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Dec. 19, 1852, in Pittsfield, 
Mass.; d. Aug. 5, 1896, in Hinsdale, Mass.; ra. Dec. 21, 1886, Ida 
May Kenerson, who d. about March 17, 1896. 

Resided in Hinsdale. 

Children : 

252. I. Pearl Bessie 9, b. Feb. i, 1888. Resides at 

Haworth, N. J. 

253. H. Earl Waldo9, b. Aug. 27, 1889. Resides at 

Alliance, Neb. 

254. HI. A child, b. Jan. 10, 1892 ; died young. 

161. RuFUS G.^ Fuller, {Linus F.T, Ru/us^, Isaac^, Jsaac^^ 
Jsaac^, Samuel^, Samuei*), b. April, 1851?; d. July, 1902 ; m. Ida 
Thayer. 

Children : 

255. I. Livingston9, b. ; d. aged about 12 years. 

256. II. Linus Whiteside^, b. ; living 1909. 

1G8. Jay^ Fuller, {Jerome B.^t Otis^\ Isaac^, Isaacs, Jsaac^^ 

Satnuel'*, Samuel^), b. ; m. . 

Children : 

257. $1. Ernest M.9, b. April 17, 1880; m. Miriam Dow. 

258. *II. Jay9, b. . 

259. III. Anna Elizabeth9, b. , in Detroit, Mich. 

183. George W.s Fuller, {Se/h IV.T, Se//i^, Isaiah^, Isaacs, 
Isaac^, Samuel'^, Satnuel^), b. April 23, 1846, in Boston, Mass.; m. 
Susan H. Learnard. 

Children : 

260. I. Blanch DeVVilt9, b. Nov. 17, 1871 ; d. Nov. 18, 

1871. 

261. II. Robert Learnard9, b. Nov. 2, 1876; d. May 20, 

1885. 

187. Eugene L.^ Fuller, {Aui^/stusT, James^, Isaiah^^ Isaacs, 
Jsaac^, Samuel^, Samue/'), b. Feb. 24, 1S49; ni. . 

Resides in Mukwanago, Waukesha Co., Wis. 
Children : 

262. I. Frank9, b. Sept. 27, 1876; m. June 29, 1897, A. 

Geraldine Connell at Chicago, 111. 

188. George A.^ Fuller, {Augustus'^, James^, Isaiah^^ Jsaac^, 
Isaac ^, Samuel^ y Samuel^), b. Oct. 21, 1851, in Templeton, Mass.; 



158 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

d. Dec. 14, 1900, in New York City; ni. March 4, 1871, Ellen 
Mary Channing of Worcester, Mass. 

Mr. Fuller was the well-known contractor and President of the 
George A. Fuller Construction Company, which still does business 
under that name, with offices in the principal cities of the United 
States. He was the originator of the modern steel skeleton sky- 
scraper building and one of the foremost contractors of the country. 
He erected many buildings in Chicago, including the Monadnock, 
New York Life, Kearsarge, Rand-McNally, Tacoma, Marshall Field 
and Reliance buildings; the Woman's Temple, Masonic Temple, 
Ashland Block, Chicago Athletic Club, and Great Northern Theatre. 
He constructed many buildings of the Chicago World's Fair. He 
was educated at Andovcr, after which he took a special course in the 
I'>oston School of Technology. Making most of his estimates 
himself he was a master of details, and of rare executive ability. 

Their children were : 

263. I. Grace Beatrice^, b. Sept. 10, 1873, in Somerville, 

Mass.; d. Sept. 22, 1899; m. Horace Chenery 
and had Fuller Chenery'°, b. March 6, 1897. 

264. II. Allon May", b. Jan. 26, 1876; m. 1, Harry Blake ; 

ni. 2, Tyler Morse. 

r.KJ. Jamrs Kdwaku^ ]'"uller, {James R.T, Jamcs^\ Isaiah^y 
Isaac^y Isaac^, Sanii/c/^, S<ii/iin'/'), b. Oct. 28, 1S65, at Athol, 
Mass.; m. April iS, 1895, Maude Louise Knowlton of Worcester, 
Mass. 

Their children, both born in Worcester, are : 

265. L Francis Allon", b. Feb. 11, 1897. | 

266. H. Virginia Louise", b. June 16, 1S99. 

1J)S. RoiiERT Lksure"^ Fuller, {James E.^, James^, Isaiah^, 
Isaae'i, Jsaari, Sainiw/^, Samite/^), b. June 29, 1871, in Worcester, 
Mass.; m. March 28, 1900, ^Lary Wentworth White of Worcester. 

Children, born in Worcester : 

267. L Cecile Wentworth^, b. May 25, 1901. 

268. H. Robert Bradley'^, b. May 12, 1903. 

2()4. Frank HERnERi'^ Fuller, {Emery GJ, Ben/amin^, 
Benjamin^, Jsaae-^, /saae^, Samue/', Samue/'), b. Oct. 22, 1866, in 
Winchester, N. H. ; m. Jan. i, 1892, in Winchester, Eva V. Davis. 



TWELFTH GROUP. 159 

Mr. Fuller is a merchant in Hinsdale, N. H. 
Children : 

269. I. A dau., b. Oct. 2, 1S92 ; d. April 13, 1S93. 

270. II. Bertha Eliza'^, ] ^ ■ u /^ * o 

1 TTT T3 • Af •»» r, > 1 WmS, D. OCt. 2 2, IQOO. 

271. III. Bernice Marietta^, j ' ' ^ 

NINTH GENERATION. 

23.3. Alphonso Tisdale'^ Fuller, {Tisdalc II?, TisdakTy 
Barzi/Iai^, Isaac^, Isaacs, Isaac^, SamucP, Samuel^), b. July 9, 
1852, in Easton, Mass. ; m. Nov. 24, 1872, Ruth A. Steams, b. Feb. 
10, 1856, in Mansfield, Mass. 

Children : 

272. I. Adele Augusta'", b. Nov. 5, 1873 ; d. Sept. 26, 1S91. 

273. II. Clinton Linwood '°, b. Sept. 3, 1876; d. July 12, 

1901. 

274. III. Blanche Genevieve '°, b. Oct. 4, 1878. 

275. IV. Leon Elwood'°, b. Sept. 17, 1881. 

24G. William H.'^ Fuller, {Wiiliam H>, IVa/do CJ, Hosea\ 
Isaac ^, Isaacs, Isaac i, Samuel^, Sami/c/'), b. Oct. 2, 1869, in 
Pittsfield, Mass. ; m. Orpha L. Spring. 

Reside in Becket, Mass. 

Children : 

276. I. Etta Inez'°, b. Feb. 18, 1895, in Becket. 

257. Ernest M.'-* Fuller, (/ay^, Jerome B.t, O/is^, Isaacs^ 
Isaacs, Isaac ^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. April 17, 1S80, in Ann Arbor, 
Mich.; m. Oct. 5, 1903, Miriam Dow, b. Feb. 14, 1881, in 
Charleston, S. C. 

He is a lawyer in New York City, residing in Brooklyn. 
Children : 

277. I. Miriam '°, b. Sept. i, 1904, at Manning, S.C.; d. 
Jan. 7, 1905 ; buried at Charleston, S. C. 

Alexandria'", b. May 23, 1906, at Manning. 
Stephen Dow'°, b. May 10, 1908, at Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Paul Alden'", b. Oct. 10, 1909, at Brooklyn. 

258. Jay9 Fuller, (/ay^, Jerome BJ, Otis*', Isaac ^, Isaacs, 

Isaac ^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. ; m. Clara Lillian of Boston, 

Mass. 

Children : 
281. L Ruth A.'°, b. . 



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THIRTEENTH GROUP. 



FOURTH GENERATION. 

SAMUEL" FULLER, {Isaac'') AND SOME OF HIS 
DESCENDANTS. 

.*{4. Samuel-* Fuller, {Isaac^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Jan. 29, 
1 7 18, at Halifax, Mass.; date of death not found; m. Sept. 30, 
1743, Elizabeth 'rhomi\son, b. Aug. 7, 1726; a descendant of John 
Thompson of Plymouth, Mass. 

Children, the first three recorded at Halifax, Mass. : 

1. 4^L Zadocks, b. Sept. 19, 1744; m. Alice Porter/^' 

2. H. Elizabeths, b. Dec. 28, 1745. 

3. HL Johns, b. March 30, 1748. 

4. $IV. Lemuels, b. ; m. i, Susannah ; m. 

2, Anna Smith. 

5. $V. Samuels, b. ; m. Sarah Cushman. 

Chipman P'uller MSS., in possession of Mrs. Anna Fuller Bennett 

of Pittsfield, Mass., states that Zadock, John and Lemuel removed 
to Berkshire Co., Mass. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

1. Zadock s Fuller, {Samuel^, Isaacs, Samuel^, Satnuei^), b. 
Sept. 19, 1744; d. Sept. 17, 1818, in Lanesboro, Mass.; m. Dec. 3, 
1767, Alice Porter, "both of Halifax," Mass. She d. in Lanesboro, 
Oct. 26, 1830, aged 84. 

Zadock Fuller was a soldier in the Revolutionary war. 

Their children were : 

6. L Sarah^ b. Sept. 27, 1768; ra. Thompson of 

Vermont. 



THIRTEENTH GROUP. l6l 

7. II. Elsie ^ b. Feb., 177 1 ; m. Joseph Piatt and removed 

to Lebanon, Ohio. 

8. $111. Jabez^ b. Jan. 27, 1773 ; m. Tuttle. 

9. IV. Abigail <>, b. March 4, 1777 ; m. Joseph Taintor and 

removed to Lebanon, Ohio. Their children 
were: Abigail 7, b. Oct. 30, 1799; Joseph?, b. 
April 3, 1803; Patty?, b. June 17, 1805; 
Orsamus?, b. Feb. 25, 1808; Lucy?, b. Oct. 21, 
1812 ; Ira B.?, b. Sept. 14, 1814; Erastus P.?, b. 
Sept. 19, 1816; Cyrus K.?, b. Dec. 25, 1818, 
and Rufus HJ, b. jan. 23, 1821. 

10. V. Samuel^ b. Sept. 27, 1779; ni. Hannah Campbell 

and removed to Ohio. 

11. VI. Zadock'', b. Feb. 4, 1781 ; d. unmarried. 

12. $VII. Noah^, b. April 9, 1787 ; m. I^is Goodrich. 

4. Lemuels Fuller, {Samuel^, Isaac^, Samuel*, Samuel*), b. 

; d. after July, 1839, and before July, 1842 ; m. i, Susanna 

J m. 2, Anna Smith, b. Sept. 8, 1814. 

Mr. Charles H. Fuller of Lanesboro, Mass., grandson of Zadock 
Fuller, stated that Zadock had a brother Lemuel, who lived in Worth- 
ington, Mass., and deeds on record at Northampton, Mass., show that 
he bought land in Worthington about 1791, and that his wife's name 
was Susanna. Worlhington records give marriage later to Anna 
Smith. His will on record gives name of wife as Anna and 
mentions the following named children : 

13. $1. Lemuel S.^ b. . 



14. II. John*', b. 

15. III. Henry ^b. . 

16. tlV. Daniel Pomery*', b. . 

17. V. Mary 6, b. . 

18. VI. Rachel^, b. . 

19. VII. Eliza" (Woods), b. ; • m. Tabor Wood, 

March 10, 1824. (Worthington Records.) 

20. VIII. Susan Dwight" (Jewell), b. . 

21. IX. Flavia^ (Cudworth), b. ; m. Eben Cud- 

worth, Feb. 2, 1832. (Worthington Records.) 

22. X. Nancy Harker*^ (Atwood), b. . 

5. Samuels Fuller, {Satnueh, Isaacs, Samuel*, Samuel*), 

b. ; (he was probably the Samuel Fuller who d. in Halifax, 

Mass., Nov. 10, 1842, aged 79 years, hence b. about 1763); m. 
Dec. 15, 1785, Sarah Cushman of Plympton, Mass. 



1 62 DESCKNDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

ChiUiren : 

23. 4^1. Samuel'', b. 1793 ; m. Nancy Waterman. 

24. 4^11. Ucnjamin^ b. ; m. i, Mary Perkins; m. 2, 

Anna V. IJosworth. 

25. :tIII. Isaac", b. 1799; m. Cynthia Porter. 
U. S. census 1790 gives four in the family. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

H, Jahez^' Fui.i.kk, {Zadoik'^, Samuch, Isaac^, Samuel^, 
Samuel*), b. Jan. 27, 1773 ; d. July 31, 1S55, in Lanesboro, Mass.; 
m. 1798, Hannah Tuttle, who d. Sept. 6, 1846. 

Children, all b. in Lanesboro : 

26. I. Sarah?, b. Dec. 20, 1799; ^^' ^larch 3, 1852; m. 

Nov. 10, 1824, Anson Curtis and had : Solomon 
'\\^, lulwin O.^ George l).*^, Mary A.^ and 
Julia V:."^ 

27. II. Julia', b. March 20, 1802; d. Sept. 18, 1825; m. 

Thomas Cone and had a son, Samuel VV.^ 

28. *III. Jabez Tuttle?, b. July 12, 1804. 

29. IV. Anna', b. Aug. 18, 1806; d. Aug. 4, 1883; m. 

Nov. 10, 1S24, Adolphus^ Fuller {Datiic/T, 
Jonathan*\ Ebciuzcr'^, Barnabas '^^ Samuel^, 
Sai/iin'I\ lufioait/^) of Peru, Mass. Their 
children were : William A.^, Amelia^, Clara M.^, 
Daniel K.^ Kmma 1).'^ and Henry Kirk^. (See 
first vol. Fuller (ienealogy.) 

30. V. Hannah Maria?, b. Feb. 15, 1809; d. March 9, 

1826. 

31. VI. Fanny Elizabeth?, b. April 21, 1812; d. 1876; m. 

Latham (iarlick. Children : Egbert L.^, b. Dec. 9, 
1834; William E.^, b. Jan. 9, 1837; Lewis^, 
Henrys'', Julia ^ and Evelyn A.^ 

32. :tVIL William Augustus?, b. April 29, 1815 ; m. i, Adeli^pii* 

Weed ; m. 2, Mary Cole. 
7,7,. VIII. Appolonia Delight?, b. May 11,1818; d. Nov. 7, 
1869 ; m. Capt. Andrew J. Lewis. 

12. Noah*' Fuller, {Zat/ock^, Samuel^, Isaac^, Samuel'*, 
Samuel*), b. April 9, 1787 ; d. Oct. 8, 1866, in Lanesboro, Mass.; 
m. Lois Goodrich, b. \v2^. 25. 1791, d. Oct. 26, 1846, in Lanesboro. " 
Children, all born in l>anesboro : 
34. 1. Eliza?, b. Feb. 6, 1809; d. Oct. n, 1880; in. 

Jeremiah Hungerford and lived in Antwerp, N. Y.^- 



THIRTEENTH GROUP. 1 63 

Children: Maria^, b. Aug. 16, 1829; Ada^, b. 
Dec. 9, 1831 ; Laura**, b. May 5, 1833; Thomas 
R.^, b. Sept. 29, 1840; Lx)is L.^, b. Aug. 22, 
1843; J. Hiram^, b. Feb. 24, 1847. Ada m. 
Charles O. Cheney and their son, Charles W., 
was father of William I). Cheney of Syracuse, 
N. Y. 

35. II. Lucy Ann7, b. Jan. 27, 1811; m. Nicholas 

O'Meally and resided in Boaz, Wis. They had : 
Thomas^, William^, Robert^, George^, Lucy^, 
Hiram ^ and Lois^. 

36. $111. Thomas Royce7, b. April 6, 1813 ; m. i, Harriet 

^L Goodrich ; m. 2, Sarah Backus. 

37. IV. Laura Ann?, b. Aug. 27, 1816; d. Aug. 4, 1902; 

m. Henry Murphy and lived in Dexter, N. Y. 
Their children were: Nathaniel^, Joanna^, 
William^, Harriet^, Sarah ^ and Frank *". 

38. V. Adah M.7, b. Jan. 3, 1S19 ; d. April 5, 1S77 ; ni- 

Alexander Hakes and had : Marion^ and Henry*. 
Lived in Perryville, N. Y. 

39. ■ VI. Huldah M.7, b. March 11, 1821 ; d. July 11, 1893; 

unmarried. 

40. VII. Ruth 7, b. March 29, 1823; d. Oct. 3, 1859; m. 

Charles Ryan and had : Charles'^, Thomas^, 
John^ and Margaret"*, who m. August Zierath and 
became parents of Cora'^, b. Feb. 8, 1S74, and 
Dr. William T. Zierath '>, of Sheboygan, Wis., b. 
July 22, 1877. 

41. VIII. Charlotte?, b. April 4, 1S25 ; d. Jan. 30, 18S8; m. 

Feb. 22, 1843, Pardon Belcher and resided ia 
Lanesboro. Their children were : L.iura Ann^, 
m. Albert Farnam ; Sarah"^, m. Alfred Famam ; 

Huldah^, m. Farrington ; Harriet*, 

William^, Arthur^, Mary^ and Marian.* 

42. IX. A son, b. Oct. 25, 1827 ; d. Nov. 17, 1827. 

43. tX. Charles Hiram?, b. June 26, 1829; m. i, Elmira P. 

Beach ; m. 2, Doris E. Wood. 

44. XL David Porter?, b. Oct. 25, 183 1 ; d. Dec. 7, 1S33. 

13. Lemuel S.^ Fuller, {Le?nuel^, Samueh, Isaac^, Samuel*, 

Samue/'), b. ; d. ; m. Oct. 23, 1840, Irene T. Beals 

(Ashfield, Mass., Records), who d. NLirch 26, 1852 (Worthinglon, 
Mass., Records) ; m. 2, Sophronia . 

Children, recorded in Worthington : 

45. I. Levi Dwight?, b. Dec. 8, 1844. 



164 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

46. II. Mary Ellen?, b. July 7, 1848. 

47. III. Leroy 87, b. Aug. 16, 1850; d. May 10, 1851. 

48. IV. Susan M.7, b. Aug. 13, 1854. 

IG, Daniel Pomeroy^' Fuller, {Letnuel^, Satnueh, Jsaac^, 
Samuel^, Samuel'), b. in Worthington, Mass.; m. , Jane 



Children : 

49. _J. Major Ponieroy7, b. Aug. 27, 1853, in Pittsfield, 

Mass. 

50. II. A dau., b. May 16, 1863, in Pittsfield, Mass. 

23. Samuel^' Fuller, {Samuel^, Samueh, Isaac^, Satnuel^, 
Samuei'), b. 1793?; d. May 29, 1882, aged 89 y. 10 ni. 8 d. (C. 
M. Thatcher MSS.) ; m. April 28, 1814, Nancy Waterman, who d. 
May 5, 1868. ("Holh of Halifax.") 

Children : 

51. I. I,uther7, b. in Halifax; d. Oct. 6, 1842, aged 28. 

52. $11. Everett 7, b. Jan. 31, 1S17 ; m. Jane S. Williams. 

53. III. Harrison?, b. March 6, 182 1 ; m. i, Sophia Rider; 

m. 2, Cushing. 

54. IV. Polly?, b. Sept. 22, 1822 ; m. Isaac Soule. 

55. $V. Nathaniel?, b. 1824; m. i, Leonice B. Perkins; 

m. 2, Joanna C. (Crocker) Jackson. 

56. VI. Marshall?, b. May 2, 1S28; m. Sept. 28, 1852, at 

Middleboro, Mass., Huldah C. Perkins. 

57. VII. Eliza?, b. June 10, 1833; ni. Int. Pub. Nov. 22, 

1850, at Halifax, Mass., Edwin Soule. 

58. VIII. Thomas?, b. July 6, 1835 ; m. Christiana Cobb. 

He d. Jan. 14, 1906. 

59. IX. Eustis William?, b. May 3, 1837 ; m. April 1 1, 1863, 

Mary Ann Coffin. 

60. X. Nancy?, b. Dec. 31, 1840; m. Aug. 16, 1862, Orrin 

W. Bosworth. 

24, Benjamin'' Fuller, {Samuel^, Samueh, Isaac^, Samuel'^, 

Samuel'), b. ; d. ; m. i, March 30, 1820, Mary 

Perkins, who d. Nov. 11, 1821 ; m. 2, Sept. 21, 1826, Anna T. 
Bosworth, who survived him and m. July 11, 1841, Jason Perkins. 
" Benjamin Fuller of Halifax and Mary Perkins of Plympton, Mass." 

Children : 

61. $1. Benjamin Franklin?, b. March 28, 1821; m. Lucy 

W. Stone. 




Thomas Royce Fuller. 
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66. 


IV, 



THIRTEENTH GROUP. 1 65 

25. IsAAC^ Fuller, {Samuel^, Samueh, Isaac^, Samuel^, 

Satnuei^), b. , 1799; d. July 8, 1876; m. June 24, 1824, 

Cynthia Porter, who d. Oct. 31, 1889. (Halifax Records.) 

Children : 

62. I. Isaac Porter', b. Jan. i, 1826, in Middleboro, Mass. 

(Plympton Records.) 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

28, Jabez Tuttle? Fuller, (Jabez^, Zadock^, Sajnueh, Isaac^^ 
Samuel'*, Satnuel^), b. July 12, 1804, in Lanesboro, Mass.; d. OcL 
18, 1875 ; m. Laura Garlick, b. March 12, 1812, d. Nov. 17, 1875. 

Children : 

63. I. Harriet M.^, b. Dec. 3, 1833; d. Feb. 28, 1853; 

m. Columbus Rider. 

Rufus S.^, b. March 22, 1836 ; d. . 

Albert V.^, b. Jan. 9, 1839 ; d. . 

Elwin G.^, b. July 28, 1841 ; d. Nov. 30, 1863, at 

Falmouth, Va. Corporal Co. G, 34th Regt. 

N. Y. Vols. 

32. William Augustus? Fuller, {Jabez^, Zadock^, Samueh, 
Isaac^, Samuel^^ Satnue/^), b. April 29, 1815, in I^anesboro, Mass.; 
d. June 5, 1897 ; m. i, Adelia Weed of Lanesboro; m. 2, OcL 14, 
1856, Mary Cole. 

Children by first wife : 

67. I. Rose Ella^, b. 1841 ; d. Nov. 22, 1848. 

68. :fcll. Herbert Augustus^, b. June 6, 1842; ra. i, 

Gertrude M. Allen; m. 2, Helen T. Moore. 
By second wife : 

69. III. Mary Anna^, b. Dec, i, 1861 ; m. Feb. 25, iSg6, 

Henry Bennett of Manistee, Mich. She graduated 
at Wellesley College, class of 1884, and is at 
present (1908) a teacher in the high school at 
Pittsfield, Mass. 

3G. Thomas Rovce? Fuller, (JVoa/t^, Zadock^, Samuel^, 
Isaac^, Samuel^, Samue/^), b. April 6, 1813, in Lanesboro, Mass.; 
d. March 30, 1891, at Edmeston, N. Y. ; m. i, Feb. 5, 1837, Harriet 
M. Goodrich, b. Dec. 15, 1816, in New Berlin, N. Y., d. there Oct. 
i3> 1843; rn« 2, Dec. 25, 1844, Sarah Backus, b. April 27, 1826, in 
New BerHn, d. March 26, 1896, in Edmeston. 



l66 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

He removed to Pittsfield, Otsego Co., N, Y., thence in 1848 to 
Watson, Lewis Co., N. Y. In 1867 went back to Pittsfield and 
thence in 1SS5 to Edmeston. 

Children, all b. in Watson except Ruth M., who was b. in New 
Berlin : 

70. tl. Thomas Wesley^, b. May 12, 1838; m. Alvira T. 

T. Morton. 

71. II. Zadock I.^, b. Aug. 8, 1841 ; m. Lucinda Thomson. 

Resides in New Berlin. No children. 

72. III. Ruth M.^ b. Aug. 16, 1846 J m. April, 1866, 

Obediah Wormwood and had : Ina May9, b. 
March i, 186S, and Cora Louisa 9, b. Jan. 12, 
1S72. 

73. IV. Chile], b. Dec. 29, 1848 ; died young. 

74. $V. Heman N.'^, b. April 22, 1850; m. i, Edith F. 

Burgess ; m. 2, Ella E. Bevin. 

75. VI. Charles H.\ b. June 19, 1852 ; m. i, Oct. 25, 1876, 

Belle 'Jelfcr, who d. Sept. 25, 1890; m. 2, Jan. 
26, 1902, Katherine Wheeler. No children. 

76. *VII. Warren B.^ b. Aug. 30, 1855 ; m. Ella F. Wheeler. 

77. VIII. Lois Elmira^ b. Oct. 28, 1S60; m. Dec. 31, 1879, 

r'dward W. Hatcher. Has son, Charles W.9, b. 
March 11, 18S1. 

78. IX. Eva May^ b. Nov. 23, 1S63; m. Nov. i, 1889, 

Warren W. Morton and has: Glenn W.*?, b. Jan. 
4, 1896, and Ray F.'>, b. Nov. 10, 1899. 

4:J. Charles Hikam? Fuller, {A^oah^\ Zmiock^y Sainueh^ 
haac^, Samuel^, Sdi/ii/r/'), b. June 26, 1829, in Lanesboro, 
Mass.; m. 1, Feb. 22, 1851, Elniira P. Beach, b. Feb. 23, 1832, d. 
May 7, ;S8i ; m. 2, July 1, 1896, Doris E. Wood, b. Jan. 11, 1852, 
in Lanesboro. 

Mr. Fuller is a farmer residing near I,anesboro. 

His children are : 

79. tl. Henry H.*^, b. Jan. 25, 1854; m. Jessie Culver. 

80. $11. Charles C.^ b. June 10, i860; m. Mary Newton. 
Si. rtllL William P."*, b. Jan. 30, 1862; m. Betsey Loretta 

Wood. 

♦>2. Evereit7 Fuller, {Sat/iucl^\ Samuel^, Samueh, Isaac\ 
Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Jan. 31, 1S17, in Halifax, Mass.; d. Feb. 17, 
189S, in Taunton, Mass.; m. Aug. 4, 1846, James S. Williams, who 
d. Oct. 31, 1893, in Taunton, aged 70 y. 26 d. 






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THIRTEENTH GROUP. 1 67 

Children : 

82. I. George Everet*^, b. 1847, in Taunton ; d. there 

Dec. 15, 1882, aged 35 y. 6 m. 3od. ; m. . 

55. Nathaniel? Fuller, {Samucl^\ Samuel^, Samueh, Isaac\ 

Samuel^, Samuel^), b. 1824; d. ; m. i, Nov. 26, 1S46, 

Leonice B. Perkins, "both of Hahfax," Mass., who d. Jan. 5, 1853; 
m. 2, Feb. i, 1857, Joanna C. (Crocker) Jackson. 

Children : 

83. I. Rolinda Alden^, b. Sept. 26, 1847; "^' April 30, 

1865, James M. Howard. 

84. II. Nathan Henry^, b. 1851 ; m. Oct. 4, 1871, Clara 

¥. Wilbur. (Taunton Records.) 

61. Benjamin Franklin 7 Fuller, {Benjamin^, Samuei^, 
Samueh, Isaac^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. March 28, 1821 ; d. May 6, 
1889, in Carver, Mass.; m. Nov. 15, 1846, Lucy W. Stone, who d. 
Aug. 23, 1900, aged 77 y. 3 m. 20 d. 

Children, recorded in Carver : 

85. I. Sylvia C.^, b. May 24, 1850; m. Nov. 17, 1869, 
Angelo A. Dunham. 

James ^, b. Oct., 1S52 ; m. Alberta C. . 

Henry R.^, b. Nov. 11, 1856; d. Aug. 11, i860. 
Harriet Washburn'*, b. Nov. 11, 1856; d. Sept. 10, 
1857- 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

(>8. Herbert Augustus^ Fuller, ( William A.^, Jabcz^, Zadock^, 
Samueh, Isaacs, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. June 6, 1842, in Lanesboro, 
Mass.; d. April 20, 1893, in Berkshire, Mass.; m. i, Sept. 25, 
1864, in Brooklyn, N. Y., Gertrude M. Allen, who d. June 16, 1878; 
m. 2, March 5, 1884, Helen T. Moore of Tyringhara, Mass. 

Children : 

89. I. Emma Adelia9, b. Jan. 11, 1866., in New Jersey. 

Resides at Hoosac Falls, N. Y. 

90. II. Ella May'^, b. March 6, 1870, at Adams, Mass.; d. 

there March 25, 1873. 

91. III. Eva Lillian^, b. Aug. 4, 1872, in Adams. 

92. IV. Katie Belief, b. Jan. 8, 1874, in Adams; m. Jan. i, 

1895, Rollin i\I. Chamberlain of New Haven, Ct. 
Children : Ruth '", b. Dec. 20, 1896, and Emma 



86. 


*II. 


87. 


III. 


88. 


IV. 



1 68 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

Lillian'", b. Sept. 3, 1900; both born at New 
Haven. 

93. V. Ninon Letica'^, b. Dec. 22, 18S5, at Tyringham ; m. 

Raymond R. Smith of Highland, N. Y., in U. S. 
naval service. Reside at lyringham. Daughter, 
Letica Fuller'" Smith, b. Feb. 26, 1908, d. Aug. 
24, 1908. 

70. Thomas Wesley^ Fuller, {Thotnas RoyceT, Noah^, 
Ziidock^^ Samuch, Isaac i, Samuel^, Safnucl^), b. May 12, 1838, in 
New Berlin, N. Y. ; d. Dec. 30, 1890; m, Oct. 22, 1858, Alvira T. 
Morton, b. May 6, 1838. 

Their children are : 

94. *I. Charles Wesley'^, b. May 18, 1S60. 

95. tn. Thomas Leander^, b. Sept. 7, 1862. 

96. HI. Frederick H.y, b. June 20, 1876, in Pittsfield, N. Y. ; 

m. Nov. 9, 1901, Caroline Crampton of N. Y. 
Mills, N. Y. They reside at Washington Mills, 
N. Y., and have no children. 

97. IV. Floyd Z.y, b. Dec, 1879, at Pittsfield, N. Y. ; m. 

Jan. 30, 1907, Hattie Hickling, b. April 12, 
1879, in Edmeston, N. Y., where they now (1909) 
reside. 

74, Hem an N.^ Fuller, {Thomas R.T, Noah^, Zadock^, 
Saviueh, Isaac^, Sainuei^, Samuc/^), b. April 22, 1850; m. 1, Aug. 
9, 1870, Edith F. Burgess, b. Feb. 14, 1854, d. March 17, 1881 ; 
m. 2, June 22, i860, Ellen E. Bevin, b. July 23, 1849. 

They reside at West Edmeston, N. Y. 

Children : 

98. *I. Chad W.9, b. May 13, 1872. 

99. *n. Dorr C.9, b. Dec. 9, 1877. 

100. HI. A son, b. April i, 1884; died young. 

loi. IV. Carrie Belle9, b. May 22, 1885, in Edmeston, N. Y. ; 

m. Jan. 27, 1904, Charles R. Due. Reside in 

Edmeston. 

7G. Warren B.^ Fuller, {Thomas R.T, Noah^, Zadock^, 
Samuel^, Jsaac^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Aug. 30, 1855, in Watson, 
N. Y. ; m. Dec. 13, 1876, Ella F. Wheeler and resides in Coopers- 
town, N. Y. 

Children : 
I03. I. John 9, b. March II, 1 88 1. 



THIRTEENTH GROUP. 1 69 

79. Henry Hiram ^^ Fuller, {Charles I/.T, Noah^, Zadocks^ 
Samuel^, Isaac^, Samuel^, Sami/ci^), b. Jan. 25, 1854, in Lanesboro, 
Mass.; m, Jan. 21, 1882, in Lanesboro, Jessie B. Culver. 

They reside in Cheshire, Mass. 
Children : 

103. I. Elmina Phebe9, b. April 28, 1889, in Lanesboro; 

m. Feb. 11, 1906, Ralph Leonard Getman. 

80. Charles C.^ Fuller, {Charles II. t, Noah^^ Zat/ock% 
Saffiueh, Isaae^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. June 10, 1S60, in Lanes- 
boro, Mass.; m. March i, 1882, Mary Newton. 

Reside in Dalton, Mass. 
Children : 

104. L George Hiram •>, b. March 29, 1S83. 

105. n. Ray Smith 9, b. June 9, 1888. 

106. HL Ward Sidney^, b. April 27, 1S89. 

81. William P.^ Fuller, {Charles HJ, Noah^, Zadock^^ 
Satnueh, Jsaac^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Jan. 30, 1S62, in Lanes- 
boro, Mass.; m. Nov. 21, 1S82, Lorelta B. Wood, b. July 24, 1862, 
in Lanesboro, where they now (1909) reside. 

Children, all b. in Lanesboro except ^L1^tha, b. in Cheshire : 

107. L Leon P.9, b. June 29, 1S84. 

108. n. Edward L.9, b. May 27, 1S89; d. Oct. 10, 1899, at 

Cheshire. 

109. HL Grace L.9, b. Oct. 17, 1894. 
no. IV. Martha E.9, b. July 18, 1899. 

86. James F.^ Fuller, {Benjamin F.t, Benjamin^ Samuel^ 
Samueh, Isaac^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Oct., 1852, in Carver, 
Mass. ; m. , Alberta C . 

Children : 
III. L Harry C.9, b. April 26, 1886. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

94. Charles Wesley 9 Fuller, {Thomas W.^, Thomas RJ^ 
Noah^, ZadockS, Samueh, Isaac'!', Samuel^, Samuel^), b. May 18, 
i860, in Pittsfield, Otsego Co., N. Y. ; m. April 27, 1887, Ida 
Jennings, b. Jan. 12, i860, in Smyrna, N. Y., and resides in 
Edmeston, N. Y. 



lyo DESCENDANl^ OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

Children : 

112. I. Herbert Lee'", b. June II, iSSS. 

113. II. Grace Alvira'°, b. Nov. 7, 1S93. 

114. III. Martha Louise'", b. May 18, 1897. 
11$. IV. Ernest Ray '°, b. May 6, 1899. 

?)*>. Thomas Leander9 Fuller, {Thomas W.^, Thomas R.T, 
Noah'-, Zai/ock^, Sai/iuch, /saaci, Samuei^, Samuel^), b. Sept. 7, 
1862, in rittsfield, N. Y. ; m. May 18, 1892, Vesta Green, b. April 
6, 1872, in Glendfield, N. Y., and resides in Edmeston, N. Y. 

Children : 

116. I. I>essie I,ouisa'°, b. May 23, 1893. 

117. II. Flossie Mai'°, b. Oct. 3, 1895 j d. Jan. 4, 1903, in 

Lowville, N. Y. 

118. III. Clarence Eugene '°, b. June 24, 1897. 

07. Floyd Z.9 Fuller, {Thomas IV?, Thomas R.i, Noah^, 
Zadock'>, Samuch, Isaac i, Samuel ^, Samuel^), b. Dec, 1879, *i' 
Pittsfield, N. Y. ; ni. Jan. 30, 1907, Hattie Hickling, b. April 12, 
1879, in Edmeston, N. Y., and resides in Edmeston, N. Y. 

Children : 

119. I. Glenn '°, b. Jan. 21, 1908. 

120. II. A son, b. Sept. 30, 1909. 

\)H, Chad W.9 Fuller, {Neman N.^, Thomas R.i, Noah^, 
Zadock^, Samueh, Jsaac^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. May 13, 1872, in 
Edmeston, N. Y. ; m. Nov. 27, 1893, Maud Moffatt, and resides in 
New Berlin Center, N. Y. 

Their children are : 

121. I. Blanch E.'°, b. July 29, 1895, in New Berlin Center. 

122. II. Hilda '°, b. July 16, 1900, in New Berlin Center. 

123. III. Margery'", b. 1905, in West Edmeston, N. Y. 

J)J) . Dorr C.9 Fuller, {Neman N.^, Thomas R.l, Noah^, Zadock s, 
Samueh, Isaac^, Samuel', Samuel^), b. Dec. 9, 1887, at Burlington 
Flats, N. Y. ; m. Dec. 21, 1896, Nord M. Dye and resides in West 
Edmeston, N. Y. 

Their children arc : 

124. I. Lisle H.'°, b. July 18, 1899, in Edmeston, N. Y. 

125. II. Edith L.'°, b. Aug. 5, 1903, in West Edmeston. 
ia6. III. Ella M.'°, b. Aug. 30, 1905, in West Edmeston. 



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FOURTH GENERATION. 

JABEZ* FULLER, {Isaac'') AND SOME OF HIS 
DESCENDANTS. 

36. Jabez4 Fuller, (/saac^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. May 7, 
1723, at Middleboro, Mass. ; d. Oct. 5, 1781, at Medfield, Mass.; 
m. May 12, 1747, Elizabeth Hilliard of Boston, Mass. 

A correspondent quotes as follows from the History of Medfield: 
" Dr. Jabez Fuller, son of Isaac of Middleboro, b. 1723, was 
received from Bridgewater church in 1747. Boston records give the 
marriage of Jabez Fuller of Medfield and Elizabeth Hilliard the 
same year (1747)." 

Dr. Jabez Fuller was a very skillful physician. 

Their children, all born in Medfield, were : 

1. $1. Jonathans, b. Oct. 3, 1748; m. Lucy Eddy. 

2. $11. John 5, b. July 28, 1750; m. i, Martha Fuller; m. 2, 

Hannah Lovell. 

3. III. Elizabeths, b. April 12, 1752; m. April 4, 1776, 

Stephen Dexter of Walpole, Mass., and had : 

Elizabeth^ b. March 24, 1777; Sarah**, b. 

Feb. 13, 1779; Anna<^, b. Sept. 10, 1780, and 

Lorin^ b. June 28, 1783. 
Jabez s, b. May 26, 1753 ; m. Lucy Loring. 
ThomasS, b. June 27, 1755. 
MaryS, b. June 9, 1758; d. June 11,1822; m. 

1783, Phillip Delano. 
Catherines, b. April 2, 1760; d. Dec. 2, 1831, 

aged 71. 
Sarahs, b. Feb. 25, 1763 ; m. Clark. 



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172 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

9. IX. Experiences, b. June i, 1766; published Aug. 16, 

1 7 88, to Timothy Dwight. 

FIFTH GENERATION. 

1, Jonathans Fuller, {Jabcz^, Isaac^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. 
Oct. 3, 174S, at Medfield, Mass.; d. March 13, 1802, at Middle- 
boro, Mass.; m. Aug. 31, 1744, Lucy Eddy, who d. Sept. 17, 1839, 
aged 82 years. 

He was a i)hysician and resided at Middleboro. 
Children : 

10. I. Lucy Eddy", b. April 20, 1776; d. Sept. 21, 1829, 

aged 53 years; m. A])ril 25, 1S02, Seth Bryant, 
who d. Sept. 28, 1822, aged 46 years. 

11. II. Jonathan Hyllier'', b. Jan. 9, 1779; d. Nov. 23, 

>793- 

12. HI. 'llionias'^', b. ; d. July 16, 1782, in his 20th 

month. (Charles M. Thatcher's cemetery 

records.) 

Sally", b. Nov. 12, 1781 ; m. Jenney. 

Thomas", b. Jan. 13, 1785 ; m. Mary Baxter. 
Zachariah", b. Nov. 22, 1787 ; m. Susan Barstow. 
Betsey", b. Feb. 19, 1789. 
John", b. March 20, 1796; d. Feb. 23, 1797, aged 

II mos. (C. M. T.) 

18. $IX. Jabez", b. July 18, 1791 ; m. Sarah Hudson 

Churchill. (Churchill Genealogy.) 

19. X. Seth", b. Dec. 10, 1793; d. June 23, 1870. (A 

Seth F'uUer m. March 29, 1835, Clarinda Rich- 
mond, who d. Nov. 21, 1890, aged 87 y. 2 mo. 
C. M. Thatcher.) 

20. XL Mercy Freeman^, b. July 5, 1898. 

2. Johns Fuller, {Jiidcz-^, Isaacs, Samuel*, Samuel^), h. July 
28, 1750, at Medfield, Mass.; d. Sept. 22, 1830, at Medfield; m. i, 
Dec. 30, 1784, Martha" Fuller {Barnadas^, Nathanieh, Samuel^, 
Samuel^, Saf/iuc/') of Halifax, Mass., who d. March 20, 1804; m. 
2, Nov. 10, 1804, Hannah Lovell, who d. Dec. 31, 1832, at Medfield, 
aged 67. 

Johns Fuller served in the Continental Army in 1776 and lost an 
arm. 

Children, all born in Medfield : 

21. I. Martha^ b. July 25, 1785 ; d. Sept. 9, 1822. 



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Nabby^ (Abigail), b. Oct. 27, 17S6; m. Int. Pub. 

Nov. I, 1 8 14, with Edmond Longley Peabody. 
Samuel^, b. Aug. 29, 1788; m. i, Mary Sparhawk ; 

m. 2, Jemima Cole. 
John^, b. Oct. 15, 1792; m. Eleanor Hartshorn. 
Charlotte'^, b. Oct. 11, 1796; m. 1819, Benjamin 

Colby of Ashley, Mass. 

4. JabezS Fuller, {Jabcz^, Isaac^, Samue/', Samue/'), b. May 
26, 1753, in Medfield, Mass.; d. April 12, 1813, aged 59 years 
(Gravestone at Kingston, Mass.) ; m. Aug., 17S1, Lucy Loring of 
Duxbury, Mass., who d. Oct. 25, 1847, aged 89 years. (G. S. 
record.) 

He was a physician ; served in the Revolutionary war and after- 
ward settled in Kingston. 
Children, b. in Kingston : 

Seth^J, b. Aug. 21, 1782 ; d. Sept. 4, 1807 ; un- 
married ; was a physician. 

Nancy'', b. Aug. 9, 1784; m. Feb. 9, 1806, Jesse 
Ingles. No children. 

Lucy'', b. May 8, 17S6 • d. June 6, 186S; m. Dec. 
9, 1818, Timothy Davis. No children. 

Betsey^ b. Sept. 25, 17S9; ni. i, Feb. 26, iSii, 
Silas Tobey ; m. 2, Phineas Sprague. Children: 
Edward S.7 Tobey, b. April 5, 1S13, at Kingston. 

Polly'', b. Sept. 20, 1791 ; d. Oct. 24, 1807. 

Sophia'', b. Feb. 2, 1793; d. April 10, 186S; 
unmarried. 

32. VII. Sally'', b. April 5, iSoi ; m. Jan. 21, 1S27, Ebenezer 

Barker of Charlestown, Mass., and had : Caroline 
Tufts7, b. Feb. 4, 1830 ; Eben PVancis', b. March 
8, 1833; Lucy Loring?, b. March 13, 1S35; 
Edward Tobey 7, b. April 14, 1840, and Frederick 
Alden7, b. Jan. 5, 1845 ; all born at Charlestown. 

5. ThomasS Fuller, {/a/>ez'*, Isaac^, Samuel^, Samue/*), b. 

June 27, 1755, in Medfield, Mass.; d. ; m. June 11, 1778, 

in Plympton, Mass., Mary Howland. 

He was a physician. 
Children : 

33. I. Thomas^ b. ; d. Jan. 11, 1799, aged 17 y. 

I m. 14 d. 

34. II. Betsey^ b. ; d. Sept. 15, 1788, aged 2 y. 

8 m. 3 d. (Medfield, Plympton and Carver 
Reccrds.) 



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174 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

14. Thomas^ Fuller, {Jonathan^, Jai>ez'^, Isaac J-, Samuel^, 
Samuel'), 1). Jan. 13, 1785, in Middleboro, Mass.; d. March 24, 
1844, near Fayetteville, Pa.; m. Mary Baxter, b. .April 28, 1789, d. 
March 29, 1S62. 

Thomas Fuller was for a time an agent in Charleston, S. C, for a 
Boston mercantile firm ; coming North he settled in Franklin Co., 
Pa., and taught a subscription school for 15 years, and then ijrned 
his attention to farming and lumbering. 
Children : 

35. $1. Robert Baxter 7, b. Dec. 21, 1815 ; m. Julia Ann 

Barbara Fohi. 
Thomas Eddv 7, b. Feb. 28, 1818 ; m. Ann Embich. 
Lucy 7, b. iWc. 6, 1819 ; d. Feb. 21, 182S. 
Sally 7, b. May 31, 1822; d. March 2, 1888; m. 
Nov. 10, 1851, Alexander Clippenger, who d. 
Dec. 17, 1900. Children: Robert Marion*^, b. 
Dec. 22, 1852; Jacob^, b. March 24, 1855; 
Mary Edith^ b. Dec. 25, 1857; Bella«, b. 
July 22, 1861 ; Alexander SharpS, )^ j^n. 31, 
1864, and Thomas^, b. April 22, 1869. 

'I y{. r.:u^h;"'; i •--• "■ N-- "• '^^S ; d. Nov. 5, .Sas. 

VII. Mary 7, ^ f b. Oct. 8, 1827; m. Feb. 18, 

I I 1862, John H. McMullen, and 

I I had : A son, b. Dec. 15, 1862, d. 

[ I young; Thomas^, b. June 29, 

I I 1864 ; Anna^, b. Jan. 10, 1867, 

and Minnie Bell^, b. Feb. 23, 
1870. 

b. Oct. 8, 1827 ; d. March 13, 
1S88; m. May 22, 1855, Isaac 
Reigle, and had : Mary Emma^ 
b. Feb. 23, 1856, and Susan 
J i.Ediths, b. Oct. 9, i8r8. 

IS, Jabez^ Fuller, {Jo7iathan^, Jabez'^, Isaac^, Samuel^, 
Samuel'), b. July 18, 1791, in Middleboro, Mass.; d. 1873, in 
Perkinsville, Vt. ; m. Sept. 7, 1815, Sarah Hudson Churchill of 
Plympton, Mass. 

Children : 
43. I. Fanny Woodbury?, b. Feb. 15, 1818; m. Isaac D. 



41. 



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FOURTEENTH GROUP. 175 

Ryder and had one child, Emily F.^, b. 1840; 
ni. French. 

44. II. Harriet NewelP, b. May 31, 1820; m. Oren Taylor 

and had: Rosannah H.^, b. 1845; Mylon 0.\ 
b. 1849; EllaS, b. 1855, and Eddy S.^, b. 1S61. 

45. tin. Flavius Josephus7, b. July 10, 1822; m. Josephine 

(Boyden) Wilson. 

46. IV. Sarah Delano?, b. March 12, 1829 ; m. Simon Buck 

and had: Warren^, resides Lewiston, Me.; 
George^, resides .^shville, N. C. ; Wallace^, 
deceased; Lynn^, resides Charlotte, N. C, and 
Moses**, also in Charlotte. 

47. tV. William Eddy 7, b. June 30, 1832; m. Anna M- 

Corey. 

48. VI. Anna Maria ^, b. Nov. 25, 1835 ; d. Dec. 30, 1904; 

m. Sept., 1858, J. Martin Billings and had: 
Albert T.^, b. Aug. 23, 1859; William J.^ and 
Nellie S.^, twins, b. April 2, 1862. 
> 49. VII. Helen Emery?, b. Feb. 18, 1840; m. Aurelius 

Sherwin and had a daughter, Jennie^. 

23. Samuel*^ Fuller, {John^, Jabez^^ Isaac^, Samuel', 

Samuel^), b. Aug. 29, 1788, in Medfield, Mass.; d. ; m. i, 

Mary Sparhawk of Sherborne, Mass., who d. Dec. 3, 1816; m. 2, 
June 22, 1 81 7, Jemima Cole. 

Removed to Union, Me., about 1824. 

Children, born in Medfield : 

50. I. Mary Ann?, b. ; d. July 10, 1S94, at Pem- 

broke, N. H. ; m. John Hachelder and had : 
Charles Lucius^, b. 1833, in Lowell, Mass.; 
Mary Ann^, b. 1835, Goffstown, N. H.; Augusta 
A.^, b. 1837, at Goffstown; John^, b. 1839, at 
Concord, Mass.; Martha Jane^, b. 1S41, at 
Concord; Henry S.^, b. 1843, at Concord; 
Rebecca Wentworth^, b. 1845 ; James Lewis^, b. 
1848; Samuel Fuller^, b. 1850, and George 
Franklin^, b. 1852; the bst four bom at Pem- 
broke, N. H. 

51. $11. Albert?, b. Oct. 2, 1814 ; m. Nancy Cbrke. 

52. tin. Samuel?, b. Oct. 1 1, 1816; m. Eliza JaneSidelinger. 

By second wife : 

53. IV. Abigail?, b. in Medfield. 

54. V. Fisher?, b. in Union, Me. ; d. young. 

55. VI. Fisher?, b. in Union; d. there; m. Orivelle Taylor. 

No children. 



176 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

56. VII. Sarah Jane?, b. 



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57. VIII. Rhoda H.7, b. 1829; d. 1888; m. Harris Lenfest 

of Union, Me. 

58. IX. Charles B.7, b. 1836 ; d. in Rockland, Me. 

24. John'' Fuller, {John^, Jadez^, Isaac^, Satnuel^, Samuel^), 

b. Oct. 15, 1792, in Medfield, Mass.; d. ; m. Eleanor 

Hartshorn, b. in Walpole, Mass., who d. Nov. 11, 1874, aged 79 
years, in Oxford, Mass. 
Children : 

John ].ewis7, b. 1816; m. Tryphena Brown. 
George 7, b. Feb. 22, 1819; m. Angenette Ruggles. 

Henry Augustus?, b. Aug., 1822 ; m. . 

Charles?, b. ; ni. Caroline DeVVitt. 

Albert?, b. Dec. 16, 1824; d. Oct. 17, 1847, in 
Woonsocket, R. I. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

:{r>. RoitERT Baxter? Fuller, {Thoi/tas^\ Jonafhatii, Jabez^, 
Isaacs, Samuel^, Stunuci^), b. Dec. 21, 1815, in Fayetteville, Pa.; 
d. .^ug. 15, 18S0, near Navarre, O. ; ni. Feb. 6, 1849, Julia Ann 
Barbara Fohl, b. Dec. 15, 1831, d. April 30, 1900. 

Mr. Fuller and his brother, Thomas Eddy Fuller, bought several 
thousand acres of mountain timber land in Franklin Co., Pa., and 
converted the logs into lumber at an Oid-fashioned jig-saw mill near 
by. In 1S65 R. B. Fuller and family settled in Bethlehem Tp., 
Stark Co., O., and in 1870 he purchased a farm which he occupied 
until his decease. 

Children : 

64. $1. Thomas ^ b. July 11, 1850; m. Sarah Kuhn. 

65. II. John^, b. March 26, 1852 ; d. Sept. 9, 1854. 

66. $111. Robert IJaxter^, b. April 28, 1854; m. Lucretia 

Alice Beazell. 

67. *IV. William Kddy^ b. April 30, 1856; m. Elizabeth A. 

Whitmore. 

68. tV. Jacob Rijiley^ b. Oct. 2, 1858; m. Elraira Jane 

Leighter. 

69. VI. Ann Mary^, b. Jan. 31, 1867; m. Feb. 24, 1885, 

Franklin Pierce Masters and had : Homer 
Eugene^, b. Nov. 19, 1888, and Grace Marie 9, b. 
Feb. 16, 1899. 




Judge William Eddy Fuller. 



FOURTEENTH GROUP. 177 

86. Thomas Eddy? Fuller, {Thomas^, Jonathan i, Jabez^^ 
Isaac^, Satnuel^, Samuel^), b. Feb. 28, 1818, in Fayetleville, Pa.; 
d. Nov. 30, 1904, near Shippenberg, Pa. j m. Jan. 6, 1S46, Ann 
Embich, who d. Jan. 11, 1901. 

Children : 

70. tl. Flavius Bryant*, b. March 31, 1850; m. Sarah M. 

Mains. 

45. Flavius Josephus' Fuller, {Jabez^, Jonathan^, Jabfz\ 
Isaac^, Samuel^t Sajnuel^), b. July 10, 1822; d. Feb. 14, 1S64, in 
Wethersfield, Vt. ; m. Dec. 12, 1857, Josephine (Boyden) Wilson- 
Children, b. in Wethersfield : 

71. tl. Frank William'*, b. Sept. 28, 1858; ra. Carrie B. 

Wright. 

72. II. Frederick Chase**, b. Dec. 25, 1862. 

47. William Eddy? Fuller, {Jabez^, Jonathan^, Jabn^, Isaac\ 
Safnuel'^, Sa?nuel^), b. June 30, 1832, in Bridgewater, Vt. ; m. Nov. 
21, 1859, Anna M. Corey. 

William Eddy Fuller is Judge of Probate and Insolvency for 
Bristol County, Mass., and resides in Taunton, Mass. 

Judge Fuller received his early education in the common school 
and the academies of South Woodstock and Randolph, Vt. He 
entered Dartmouth College in 1852, and Harvard College in his 
Junior year and graduated in 1856. After teaching for several years, 
five of which were as principal of the Taunton High School, he 
began the study of law, and was admitt^ to the Bristol County bar 
in 1863. From 1868 to 1883 he was Register of Probate and 
Insolvency for Bristol County, and was then appointed Judge in the 
same offices by Governor Benjamin F. Butler, which offices he 
contmues to hold after 25 years of service. Judge Fuller ser\'ed for 
many years as member of Taunton School Board, as trustee of 
Bristol Academy, and member of the Old Colony Historical Society. 
He has delivered many public addresses on literary and historical 
occasions. In 1891 he published a book on Massachusetts Probate 
Laws, now in its second edition, a handbook in use by the legal 
profession of the state and regarded as one of the most valuable 
works on the subject. He is vice president of the Taunton Savings 
Bank and director in Taunton National Hank. His religious 



i78 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

connections have been with the Unitarian church and in politics he 
is a Republican. 

His children, all born in Taunton, are : 

73. $1. William Eddy'^, b. Aug. 14, 1870; m. Mary 

Newconib. 

74. II. Mary C.^, b. Aug. 14, 1873. Resides in Taunton. 

51. Alkert? Fuller, {Samuel^, John^, Jabez'^, Isaad, Samuel^, 
Samuel^), b. Oct. 2, 1814, in Medfield, Mass.; d. 1895, in Union, 
Me.; m. 1839, Nancy Clarke. 

Children, all b. in Union, Me. : 

75. I. Isaac Flitner^, b. 1840; d. in the battle of 

Williamsburg. 

76. II. Mary l'211en^, b. ; d. 1902; m. Austin 

Jenness. 

77. III. l.ucy VJ, b. Oct. 6, 1842; m. Oct. 28, 1864, 

William Fessenden Wight of Warren, Me., who 
d. March 5, 1900. Children: Kendrick F.9, b. 
Dec. 12, 1865, at Cushing, Me.; Austin F.9, b. 
June 23, 1 87 1, in Warren, Me.; Maurice W.9, b. 
Aug. 31, 1875, d. Feb. 4, 1876, and Zenas F.9, b. 
Sept. 27, 1878. 

78. $IV. James Clark^, b. July 31, 1842; m. i, Ambeline 

Sidelinger ; m. 2, 1874, Diadema Jackson. 

79. V. Sarah Catherine^, b. ; d. young. 

So. VI. Sarah Catherine^, b, 1850. Resides in Union. 

81. $VH. Sylvanus^, b. June 27, 1856; m. . 

52, Samuel? Fuller, {Satnuc/^\ John^, Jabez^, Isaac^, 
Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Oct. 11, 18 16, in Mansfield, Mass.; d. 
Oct. 31, 1903, in Union, Me.; m. April 28, 1844, Eliza Jane 
Sidelinger. 

Children : 

82. tl. William Emerson^, b. July 22, 1845; m. Lavina 

Burns. 

83. II. Abbie Augusta^, b. Oct. 22, 1846; d. Jan. 31, 

1875, at Bath, Me.; m. April 9, 1870, Oliver 
Parker Andrews of Warren, Me., and had : 
Florence 9, b. Dec. i, 1872, at Thomaston, Me., 
and Alice9, b. Feb. 11, 1874, at Bath. 

84. III. Flora Irene**, b. April 22, 1848; m. Alden 

Farrington and reside in Norway, Me. 

85. IV. Margaret Adelaide^, b. March 9, 1850; m. April 10, 

1873, William Hosnier of Camden, Me., and 



FOURTEENTH GROUP. 179 

had: William Austin^, b. May 20, 1873, and 
Jessie Blastow9, b. April 10, 1886. 

86. V. Bertha Arovyne^, b. April 4, 1852; d. Nov. 26, 

1875. 

87. VI. Clara Celeste^ b. July 23, 1854; m. 1884, Leslie 

Weed. Reside in Norway, Me. 

88. VII. Joseph Micajah^, b. June 24, 1856; d. June 4, 

1877. 

89. tVIII. Samuel Edward^, b. Aug. 24, 1858; m. Amy £. 

Payson. 

90. IX. James Sanford^, b. Sept. 24, i860; d. May 26, 

1876. 

91. X. George Frank ^, b. April 13, 1864. 

92. XI. John Bailey^, b. Dec. 2, 1866. 

93. XII. Mary Maude^, b. Dec. 5, 1868 ; m. J. F. Bolster of 

Norway, Me. 

59, John Lewis' Fuller, (/o/in^, John^, Jabez^^ Isaac\ 

Samuel^, Samuel^), b. 18 16, in Dedham, Mass.; d. ; 

m. Tryphena Brown. 

Children : 

94. I. Mary A.^, b. — 



95. *II. Albert L.^ b. ; m. . 

96. III. Henry A.^, b. ; d. ; unmarried. 

GO, George? Fuller, {Johnf\ John^, Jabez'^, Isaac^^ Samuel*^ 
Samuel^), b. Feb. 22, 1819, in Dedham, Mass.; d. Oct. 12, 1S81 ; 
m. April 18, 1844, Angenette Ruggles, b. in Andover, Moss. 
She resides in Wrentham, Mass. 
Children : 
07. I. Ellen Maria^, b. 1845; d. Aug. 25, 1846. 

98. *II. George O.s, b. Dec. i, 1847 ; m. Ellen J. MiUer. 

99. III. Ella J.^, b. May 6, 1849 ; d. Sept. 24, 1850. 

100. IV. Mary Annette*", b. Nov. 11, 1850; d. April 28, 

1868. 
loi. V. Emma Frances^, b. Aug. 16, 1S52; m. Elman G. 

Follett and has two daughters, Millie G.9 and 

Mary A.9 

102. VI. Ida R.^, b. Sept. 24, 1854. Resides in Wrentham; 

unmarried. 

103. VII. Lizzie M.^, b. Sept. 14, 1856; d. young. 

104. VIII. Bertha M.*>, b. Sept. 3, 1859; ra. Nov. i, 1900, Dr. 

Charles Hamilton. Resides in Wrentham. No 
children. 



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105. $IX. Charles H.^, b. Sept. 24, 1861 ; m. Edith I. Cook. 

106. X. Nellie J.^, h. Aug. 26, 1863; m. Rev. Arthur 

Wadsworth and has one son, Arthur B.9 

107. $X1. John A.**, b. Jan. 25, 1865 ; m. Emilie Rebecca 

Woolson. 

(Jl. Kenry Augustus? Fuller, {John^, John^, Jabez^, Isaac^, 
Samuel^, Samue/'), b. Aug., 1822, at Medfield, Mass.; d. of yellow 

fever in New Orleans during the Civil war; m. . Widow 

and children reside in New York state. 

Children : 

loS. I. A son, b. . 

109. II. A dau., b. . 



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(12, Charles? Fuller, {Joln}'\ John^, Ja/>cz^, Isaac^, Samuel'*, 
Sa?nuei^), b. in Medford? d. July 13, 1883; ni. Nov. 28, 1844, in 
Oxford, Mass., Caroline DeWitt. 
Children : 

C^harlcs 11.^, b. March 6, 1847 ; d. Aug. 26, 1849. 
Charles A.^, b. Feb. 7, 1857 ; ul Clara .'\. Dodge. 
Caroline^, b. March 7, 1864 ; d. Jan. 20, 1891. 
Two other children that died young. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

(14, Thomas'^ Fuller, {Robert B^, Thomas^, Jo7iathan^,Jabez^, 
Isanc^, Samuel^, Sa/>iuc/'), b. July 11, 1850, in Franklin Co., Pa.; 
m. Feb. 4, 1878, in Bethlehem Tp., Ohio, Sarah E. Kuhn, b. Jan. 
20, 1852. 

Children : 

113. I. Susie Amanda'', b. Nov. 12, 1879. Graduate of 

Canton, O., Business College and in business in 
Canton (1909). 

114. II. Elmer Ellsworth'*, b. Dec. 12, 1882. A farmer in 

Ohio. 

(»(». RoHERT Baxter"' Fuller, {Robert Bl, Thomas^, Jofiathan^, 
Jabez'^, Jsaac^, Sai/iuc/^, Snmi/cl^), b. April 28, 1854, in Franklin 
Co., Pa.; m. Jan. 26, 1879, in Canton, O., Lucretia Alice Beazell. 

He is a farmer near Navarre, O. 

Children : 

115. I. Edna Grace9, b. Sept. 19, 1890. 




Miss Susie A. Fuller. 
Elmer Ellsworth Fuller. 



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120. 


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121. 


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122. 


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125. 


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67. William Eddy^ Fuller, {Robert B^, Thomas*', Jonathan^^ 
Jabez*>, Isaac^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. April 30, 1856, in Franklin 
Co., Pa.; m. Oct. 3, 1878, Elizabeth Angeline Whitmorc, b. April 
6, 1858, in Stark Co., O. 

Mr. Fuller is a clergyman. 
Their children are : 
116. $1. Alston^, b. April 26, 1879; ni. July 4, 1909, Estyl 

Verna Redman. 
A son, b. April 5, 18S0; d. April 26, 1880. 
Rosa Adella"^, b. May 24, 1881, in Stark Co., O. 
William Alvertine'^, b. July 24, 1883, in Stark Co- 

Resides New York City. 
Stella May 9, b. April 21, 1885, in Geanga Co., O. 
Robert9, b. April 27, 1887, in Geanga Co. In 

U. S. naval service on the battleship Rhode 

Island (1910). 
Raymond'', b. Jan. 28, 18S9, in Summit Co., O. 
Reno B.9, b. Jan. 21, 1892, in Wayne Co., O. 
Clara Ediths, b. Sept. 27, 1894, in Richland Co., O. 
Forney9, b. Jan. 9, 1S98, in Fostoria, O. 
Lowell 9, b. Feb. 9, 1900, in Fostoria. 

68. Jacob Ripley^ Fuller, {Robert By, Thomas^, Jonathan^, 
Jabez^, Isaac i, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Oct. 2, 1858, in Franklin Co., 
Pa.; d. April 19, 1907, near Navarre, O. ; m. Nov. 11, i83o, in 
Stark Co., O., Elmira Jane Leighter. 

He was engaged in farming near Navarre. 
Their children are : 

127. I. Augusta 9, b. May 19, 1883. 

128. II. Bernice9, b. Dec. 30, 189 1. 

70. Flavius Bryant* Fuller, {Thomas E.T, Thomas*', 
Jonathan^, Jabez*>, Jsaac^, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. March 30, 1850; 
m. Dec. 24, 1872, Sarah M. Mains. 
They reside in Shippensburg, Pa. 
Children : 

Charles E.9, b. April 19, 1875. Resides in Harris- 
burg, Pa. 

Anne B.9, b. Jan. 13, 1877; ™- Watson. 

i\esides in Shippensburg. 

Maud A.9, b. Jan. 9, 1879; ™' Heidcr. 

Resides in Sterling, IlL 



129. 


I. 


130. 


II. 


i3»- 


III. 



136. 


I. 


137. 


II. 


138. 


III. 


139- 


IV. 


I40. 


V. 


141. 


VI. 


142. 


VII. 



182 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

132. IV. Wlili.im M. M.'^*, b. Feb. 9, 1880. Resides in 

Sterling.IIl. 

133. V. Thomas M.'^, b. Feb. 24, 1S82 ; m. . Resides 

in Shippensbiirg. 

134. VI. Clara T.'^ b. Jan. 4, 18S4 ; d. aged 20 years. 

135. VII. George W.9, b. Feb. 22, 1886; d. aged 2 years. 

71. Frank William^ Fuller, i^Flavius J ?, Jabcz^, Jonathan^, 
Jal'cz'^, /sdUii, Saini/(i\ Sami/c/'), b. Sept. 28, 1858, in Wethers- 
field, Vt. ; m. March 22, 1885, Carrie B. Wright, and resides at 
Farley, Mass. 
Children : 

Hardy9, b. Dec. 21, 1S86; d. Nov. 22, 1899. 

Minnie A.'^, b. June 11, 188S. 

Daisy B.'^, b. Aug. 19, 1S93. 

Hazel A.'^ b. Sept. 28, 1895. 

Harry D.'', b. July 7, 1902. 

Gladys M.'^, b. Sept. 25, 1905 ; d. Jan. 11, 1906. 

Evelyn M.'>, b. July 20, 1907. 

111. William Eddy^ Fuller, {IVi/liain E.t, Jabez^, Jonathan^, 
Jabcz^, Isaaci, Sianucl^, Sainitci^), b. Aug. 14, 1870, in Taunton, 
Mass.; ni. Sept. 22, 1897, May Newcomb in Detroit, Mich. 

Mr. P'uller resides at Fall River, Mass. ; a member of the firm of 
Fuller & Gray, lawyers. 

Children, all born at P'all River : 

143. I. William Eddy9, b. June 29, 1898. 

144. II. Nevvcomb"^ b. Sei)t. 22, 1900. 

145. III. Anna Corey'', b. April 27, 1907. 

7H, James Clark '^ Fuller, {AlbcrP, Samuel^, Johnny Jabez^, 
Isaacs, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. July 31, 1842, in Union, Me. ; m. i, 
Ambeline Sidelinger ; m. 2, 1874, Diadema Jackson. 

Children : 

146. I. Leola'^, b. 1873 ; m. Rose of Rockland, Me. 

81. Sylvanus^ Fuller, {A/bcrP, Satnucl^, Joh»i^, Jabez^, 
Isaaci, Satnuei^, Samuel^), b. June 27, 1856, in Union, Me.; d. 
Oct., 1891 ; m. . 

Children : 

147. I. Alexander^, b. . 

148. II. Mary Ellen'^, . 



FOURTEENTH GROUP. 183 

82, William Emerson^ Fuixer, {SatnuePy Samuel^, Johni, 
Jabez^, Jsaaci, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. July 22, 1845, in Union, Me.; 
d. 1886; m. Lavina Burns. 

Children, born to them were : 
149- I- Frederick^, b. Jan. 3, 1871 ; d. Feb. 18, 1875. 

150. II. Mabel9, b. Feb. 14, 1873. 

89. Samuel Edward^ Fuller, {Samue/T, Samuei^y John^f 
Jadez^, Isaacs, Samuel^, Samuel^), b. Aug. 24, 1858, in Union, Me.; 
m. March 1 1, 1890, Amy E. Payson. 

Children : 

151. I. Herbert Harry9, b. Oct. 28, 1890; d. Dec. i, 1890. 

152. II. Ernest Cummings^, b. June 19, 1892. 

153. III. Eda Maude9, b. April i, 1896. 

95. Albert L.^ Fuller, {John Z.7, Johnny Johnny /abez\ 

Isaaci, Samuel'* y Safnuel^), b. ; d. ; m. . 

Children : 

154. I. A son, b. . 

155. II. A daughter, b. . 

156. III. A daughter, b. . 



98. George O.^ Fuller, {Gcorgc'i, John^^y Johnny Jabez^y Isaac\ 
Samuel^y Samuel^), b. Dec. i, 1847, in Medfield, Mass.; m. May 
II, 1870, Ellen J. Miller, b. Oct. 27, 1850, in Franklin, Mass. 

They reside in Pawtucket, R. I., where Mr. Fuller is a member of 
the firm of Fuller Bros., upholsterers. 

Children, all born in Franklin, Mass. : 

157. I. Nettie G.9, b. Dec. 27, 1872. 

158. II. Edith M.9, b. July 8, 1874; m. Oct. 29, 1906, 

George S. Harrison, b. March i8, 1875, in 
Pawtucket, and had : Earl G.'^, b. Jun. lo, 190S, 
in Pawtucket. 

159. III. George A.9, b. Jan. 3, 1876 ; d. Dec. 30, 1882. 

160. tlV. Ernest G.9, b. March 29, 1879 ; m. Beatrice Wilcox. 

161. V. Henry F.9, b. Feb. 25, 1881. 

105. Charles H.^ Fuller, {GeorgeTy John^, Johnny Jabez\ 
Isaacs, Samuei*y Samuel^)y b. Sept. 29, 1861, in Wrentham, Mass.; 
m. June 15, 1898, Edith I. Cook. 



164. 


I. 


i65. 


II. 


166. 


III. 


167. 


IV. 



184 DESCENDANTS OF DR. SAMUEL FULLER. 

He resides in Pawtucket ; member of firm of Fuller Bros., 
upholsterers. 
Children : 

162. I. Charles II.'', b. Dec. 24, 1900. 

163. II. Clara Angenette9, b. Sept. i, 1903. 

107. John A.'^ Fuller, {GeorgcT, John^^ John^, Jabez^, Isaac\ 
Samuel^, Samuel'), b. June 25, 1865; m. Oct. 5, 1886, Emilie 
Rebecca Woolson, and resides in Greenland, N. H. 
Children : 

John A.'^, b. Nov. 14, 1887. 
Howard £.*>, b. July 12, 1892. 
Geraldine E.9, b. May 16, 1900. 
Goldena E.9, b. Jan. 21, 1902. 

111. Charles A.^ Fuller, {CharksT^ Johnny John\ Jabez^, 
Isaaci, Samue/^, Samuc/'), b. Feb. 7, 1857, in Oxford, Mass.; m. 
18S0, Clara A. Dodge, and resides in Oxford. 

Children : 

1 68. I. Frank I)e Witt 9, b. Feb. 8, i88i. 

169. II. Sarah Edith9, b. Oct. 16, 1882; d. Dec. 22, 1882. 

170. III. Mabel Sarah9, b. June 3, 1884 ; d. March 27, 1886. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

IGO. Ernest G.9 P'uller, {Gcorqc Ofi, Georqe'J, John^, John^, 
Jabcz^, Isaaci, Samuel*, Samuel'), b. March 29, 1879, in Franklin, 
Mass.; m. Nov. 2, 1902, Beatrice Wilcox, b. July 2, 1889, in 
Providence, R. I. 

They reside in Pawtucket, R. I. 

Children : 

171. I. Helen E.'°, b. May 14, 1904, in Pawtucket. 



APPENDIX. 

The following letter from Prof. H. W. Ikainard of Hartford, Ct., 
recently received, is of interest : 

Hakifijrd, June 28, 1910. 
Dear Sir : 

The following is important, and may be new to you. It was sent 
me by my friend, Frank F. Starr, the genealogist, of Midillctown. 
It refers to Elizabeth Fuller, wife of Rev. Samuel Fuller of I'lymouth 
and Middleboro, and she died at Plympton, about 17 13. I think 
you must have the exact date. Whether she was Fuller's only wife, 
and the mother of his children, I cannot say. She must have 
married Fuller after April 11, 1663, and was widow then of Thomas 
Bowen of Marblehead, New London and Rehoboth, who was brother 
to Richard and Obadiah liowcn of Rehoboth. 

New London County Court records, Vol. 2, fifth leaf from the end : 

May 2, 1667. Power of attorney. Elizabeth tfiiller of Towne of riimouth 

in tlie Jurisdicktion of I'llnioMth — son\etinie the wife of Thomas iJowtn. 

I^tc of Rehoboth in tlie Jurisdiction Afortsd, C'oopcr, deceased, and SaniueM 

ffulier of the Towne of IMimouth — to our well beloved l{rotiier-in-!awe John 

Prentice of New London in new England. IJlacksnuth, land in New London, 

sometime the land of said Thomas Howen. I the sayde Elizabeth ffuller 

being Exequitrics unto the sd Thomas Bowen, — as by his will dated April 11, 

1663. Power to sell the lands. 

Thomas Cushman, ( 

1. • 1 .. rr ti / witnesses. 

Bndgett ffuller, j 

This also shows that Bridget, widow of Deacon and Dr. Samuel 
Fuller, was living May 2, 1667. 

Very truly yours, 

Homer W. Brainard. 

Since receiving the above mentioned letter, I find that Savage, in 
his Genealogical Dictionary, printed 50 years ago, says: "Thomas 
Bowen, Salem, 1648, was of New London 1657-60; rem. to 
Rehoboth 1663. His wid. Elizabeth was in 1669 w. of Samuel 
Fuller of Plymouth. His will of 11 .April 1663, made her extrix., 
names his s. Richard and br. Obadiah. Thomas Bowen of Marble- 
head 1674 may have been son of Thomas of Salem 1648." 



1 86 APPENDIX. 

Also, "Samuel Fuller of Plymouth, son of first Samuel had w. 
Elizabeth, but was not married before 1650." 

In I''clt's "Annals of Salem," Vol. i, 'I'homas l?owen is in list of 
first settlers " mentioned as of this place." No other reference to 
him found. 

In the "Sujtplementary Vital Records of Marblehead," item from 
Cotirt Records, Vol. i, jiage 56, mentions Thomas Bowen "aged abt. 
24 y; his wife Klizabeth, 26-10 m. 1646." Also Vol. 6, p. 151, 
"'rht)mas Howen, w. Klizabeth mentioned June 1661." 

Also, Vol. 14, p. 116, "'liiomas Rowen a. abt. 45 y, dep. June T. 
1669." The " History of the First Church of Roxbury, Mass.," says 
John Prentice came over with his father Valentine in 1631 ; 
removed to New London, 1652; blacksmith. Valentine Prentice 
died 1633 and his widow Alice m. John Watson. 

l">llis, in his " History of Roxbury," says Valentine Prentice 
brought but one child, his son John. 

In the matter of dates of birth of Rev. Samuel Fuller's children, 
I have followed on i)age 15 those given in the Brainard and F. A. 
Fuller MSS., but I notice on page 20 the birth of John 3 ( Sainue/^, 
Samuc/^) is given as "about 166S," and the Brainard MSS. gives 
the same year, which is probably an error, as John would be but 
about 18 jears of age when marrietl about 1686-7. I find also that 
the statement in the Brainard MSS. (which I have given on page 
15), that the burial place of Rev. Samuel Fuller was on the 
"Hill" at Plymouth is incorrect, and on inquiry of Charles M. 
Thatcher of Middleboro, he says Rev. Samuel Fuller was buried in 
Nemasket Hill Cemetery, Middleboro, and the gravestone is still 
standing. 

Davis, in his ".Ancient Landmarks of Plymouth," 1883, says: 
"Samuel, son of Samuel of the Mayflower, by w. Elizabeth had 
Mercy m. Daniel Cole, Samuel 1659, Experience m. James Wood, 
John, Elizabeth m. Samuel Eaton, Hannah m. Eleazer Lewis, and 
Isaac." Now Davis, so far as I have noticed in that volume, gives 
the children in the order of birth in his genealogical record, but 
Prof. Brainard, in a later letter of July 14, 1910, states that he finds 
in the Mayflower Dcsrcndauts, Vol. 8, p. 3, that "Daniel Cole died 
15 June 1736 in 70th year," and "Mercy, wife of Daniel, died Sept. 
25. 1735, in 63d year" — "Gravestones, Ancient Cemetery, Eastham, 
Mass." Then Mercy, wife of Daniel Cole, was born in 1672 or 1673. 



APPENDIX. 187 

Was this Mercy, Mercy Fuller, dau. o{ Rev. Samuel Fuller? This 
letter of Prof. Brainard's is one in answer to my inquiry as to his 
authority for the dates of birlh of Rev. Samuel F'ulicr's children 
given in his MSS., so often quoted. This letter contains no other 
new facts fixing the dates of birth of the other children. 

In answer to a letter of inquiry to .Mr. F. A. Fuller, he states that 
"about all his data was furnished by Newton Fuller." (Both 
Brainard and F. A. Fuller exchanged genealogical information with 
the late Newton Fuller.) 

W^eston, in his History of Middleboro, published 1906, says Rev. 
Samuel Fuller's wife was Elizabeth Brewster. Prof. Brainard says 
the same in his MSS., and adds, "Tradition says dau. of Elder 
Brewster, but research does not confirm it." Dr. Sarah E. Crocker 
of Boston, who has made extended researches in this direction, 
states in a letter of July 5, 19 10, that this tradition has been dis- 
proved, and also incidentally that the late Chipman Fuller of Halifax 
told her that Ebenezer Fuller, his grandfather ( ?), " when the Middle- 
boro church records were burned, supplied the church with a list of 
names from his own records, and adds " that it is strange that he 
should have recorded the maiden name of Samuel Fuller's wife as 
Brewster." 

A Washington, D. C, correspondent finds that the Bowen family 
genealogies in the library there only relate to the Woodstock, Ct., 
family and a foreign family of Wales. Prof. Brainard mentions in 
his MSS. that the " Elizabeth Brewster, dau. of Jonathan and 
Lucretia Oldham Brewster, who married Peter Brawley of New 
London, died in 1654." 

I have mentioned these facts in a hurried and irregular way, as 
it is necessary for me to furnish this MSS. to the printer and ck>se 
up the work on this volume. 



CORRECTIONS IN 5TH GROUP. 

Homer Taylor Fuller, number 141, was I'riricipal of Si. Jolinsbury 
Academy from 187 1 instead of 1872, and the degree of Ph. D. was 
conferred by Dartmouth instead of Iowa college, as stated in the 
newspaper < lipi)ing. 

Henry Jones Fuller, number 291, graduated in 1895 from the 
Worcester Polytechnic Institute and is President of the Canadian 
F'airbanks Co., whose business has had a marvelous growth under 
his efficient management. 

A correspondent, a relative of John H. Fuller, number 128, has 
just enclosed to mc a newspaper clipping without date, mentioning 
" the funeral of Mrs. Emma Cushman Fuller, wife of John H. Fuller 
of Rockingham Ave.," "born in Dover, N. H., 82 years ago;" 
"survived by her husband, one son, John S. Fuller, five grand- 
daughters and two grandsons." 



Index to Fullers. 



Note. — The figures refer to the page on which the name is found. 
When the same name occurs more than once on same page, it wiU 
appear but once in the index. 



A. Baker, 143 

Abbie Augusta, 178 

Abby, 31, 40, 150 

Abby H., 89 

Abby Standish, 65 

Abigail, 24, 52, 55, 68, 69, 77, 

117, 120, 161, 173, 175 
Abigail Maria, 138 
Abner, 52 
Ada, 70 
Ada Louise, 60 
Ada Maude, 154 
Adah M., 163 
Adaline P., 30 
Addie Maria, 153 
Addie Reed, 45 
Adelaide, 52 
Adelbert, 90 
Adelbert Otis, 109 
Adelbert W., loi, 105, 109 
Adele Augusta, 159 
Adeline, 143 
Adeline B., 76 
Adeliza, 76 
Agatha Thelma, 109 
Agnes Angelia, 42 
Agnes Jackson, 115 
Albert, 29, 30, 58, 83, 89, 100, 

140, 156, 175, 176, 178 
Albert Brown, 48 
Albert C, 46 
Albert Cole, 49 



Albert E., 102 

Albert Henry, 94, 105 

Albert L., 179, 183 

Albert V., 165 

Albert W., no 

Alberta G., 153 

Albertie, 58 

Alden, 40, 135, 139, 140, 156 

Alexander, 113, 114, 182 

Alfred, 129, 130 

Alfred Augustus, 87 

Alfred Elbridge, 103 

Alice C, 155 

Alice Drew, 114 

Alice DeCarteret, 97 

Alice Ixjuise, 100 

Alice Mae, 44 

Alice Martin, 122 

Allen, 71 

Allen T., 92 

Allon May, 158 

Almaretta, 34 

Ahnira, 143 

Aljiheus, 136, 140 

Alphonso Tisdale, 140, 155 

Alston, 181 

Aha A., 42 

Amanda, 78 

Amelia, 52 

Amos, 23, 24, 25, 29 

Amos Sumner, 29 

Andrew, 40 



IQO 



INDEX. 



Andrew Austin, 84 
Andrew Burton, 131 
Andrew D., 34 
Angelia Arabella, 35 
Angelina Wood, 85 
Ann Eliza, 155 
Ann Mary, 176 
Anna, 9, 10, 66, 162 
Anna Augusta, 151 
Anna Belle, 39 
Anna Corey, 182 
Anna Eliza, 83 
Anna Elizabeth, 157 
Anna Louise, 96 
Anna Maria, 175 
Anna Myrtle, 106 
Anna Taylor, 94 
Anna W., 65 
Anne A., 87 
Anne B., 181 
Anne L., 124 
Anne Meixell, 99 
Annette M., 44 
Ansel, 86, loi 
Ansel R., 34 
Al)polonia Delight, 162 
Arabella Johnson, 1 14 
Aratus Asa, 35 
Aratus Carroll, 35, 45 
Archipjuis, 51, 53, 54 
Arethusa, 76 
Amelia Melvina, 103 
Arteuuis A., 143 
Arlenius liaker, 150 
Anhur Cregg, 97 
Arthur Samuel, 48 
Arthur T., 95 
Asa, 27, 35 
Asa Coombs, 30, 39 
Asa Edmund, 40, 47 
Asenath, 72, 128 
Asenath A., 103 
Asenath Delano, 114 
Augusta, 124, 181 
Augustus, 137, 143, 151 
Avis A., 147 
Azuba, 24 



Barnabas, 23, 24, 25, 26, 32, 33 

Barzillai, 24, 26, 135, 139 

Bathsheba, 117 

Bede Ann Eliza, 141 

Beecher, 59 

Benjamin, 20, 22, 66, 134, 137, 

144, 162, 164 
Benjamin C, loi 
Benjamin F., 143, 151 
Benjamin Franklin, 164, 167 
Bennett B., 33 
Benoni, 72, 79 
Bertha, 152 
Bertha Arovyne, 179 
Bertha Davis, 108 
P>ertha Eliza, 159 
liertha La Croix, 125 
Bertha M., 179 
Bernice, 181 
Berton, 57 
Bessie Louisa, 170 
liethia, 72 

Bcthuel Hawley, 56, 59 
Bethuel Washburn, 53, 55 
Betsey, 71, 78, 85, 112, 139, 

142, 172, 173 
I'.etsey Shaw, 29 
Bculah Orton, 114 
Bildad, 25, 28 
Blanche. 125 
Blanche DeWitt, 157 
Blanche E., 170 
Blanche Genevieve, 159 
Bridget, 185 
Caleb Tilden, 74 
Calista E., 58 

Calvin Pickering, 81 ** 

Calvin R., Si, 91 
Carl Woodman, 49 
Carlotia Estelle, loi 
Carlton, 105 
Caroline, 180 
Caroline Bisbee, 10 1 
Caroline Cordelia, 54 - 
Caroline Elizabeth, 81, 86 
Caroline Elvira, 138, 145 
Caroline H., 144 



INDEX. 



191 



Caroline Lovinia, 146 

Caroline Rose, 33, 39 

Caroline S., 30 

Caroline T., 148 

Caroline W., 64, 144 

Carrie Belle, 44, 168 

Carrie C, 155 

Carrie Clark, 43 

Carrie Elzada Maria, 58 

Carrie S., 105 

Carroll Millett, 45 

Catherine, 171 

Catherine Theodosia, 82 

Cecile Wentworth, 158 

Celestia Emma, 45 

Celia Emeline, 88 

Chad W., 168, 170 

Charles, 25, 27, 44, 53, 73, 81, 

85, 120, 124, 147, 150, 154, 

176, 180. 
Charles A., iSo, 184 
Charles Augustus, 27, 36 
Charles A. F., 125 
Charles B., 176 
Charles C, 166, 169 
Charles Carroll, 55, 57 
Charles I)., 92 
Charles E., 47, 91, 105, 181 
Charles Edward, 151 
Charles Emery, 153 
Charles F., 124 
Charles Francis, 83 
Charles H., 38, 161, 166, 180, 

183, 184 
Charles Harrison, 153 
Charles Henry, 41, 45, 49 
Charles Hepburn, 81 
Charles Hiram, 163, 166 
Charles Isaac, 141 
Charles L., 106, no 
Charles Mason, 81, 97 
Charles Rodney, 42, 48 
Charles Ruthven, 97, 106 
Charles Thompson, 78, 94 
Charles Warren, 36, 63, 64 
Charles Waldo, 87 
Charles, Wesley, 168, 169 



Charlotte, 130, 163, 173 

Charlotte M., 124 

Chester Freeman, 131 

Chester H., 113 

Chipman, 128, 130, 160, 187 

Chloe, 75 

Christiana, 75 

Clara, 42, 47, 119, 150 

Clara Angenette, 184 

Clara Beatrice, 60 

Clara Catlin, 84 

Clara Celeste, 179 

Clara Edith, 181 

Clara Gertrude, 152 

Clara L., 122 

Clara Maria, 149 

Clara T., 182 

Clarence, 149 

Clarence Eugene, 170 

Clarence Hezekiah, 47, 50 

Claribel Alantha, 54 

Clarinda Jessie, 115 

Clarissa E., 32 

Clayton J., 59 

Clifton J., 42 

Clinton Everett, 105, 159 

Consider, 67, 69, 71, 74, 75, 78 

Content, 63, 64 

Cora M., 42 

Cornelia, 55 

Cornelia Alberta, 35 

Cornelia Mahala, 45 ' 

Cyrus, 1 18, 120, 123 

Cyrus Edward, 100 

Daisy B., 182 

Dana Clark, 48 

Daniel, 69 

Daniel Pomeroy, 161, 164 

Daniel W., 75 

Darius, 1 19 

Darius Albert, 28 

Darius Franklin, 36, 37 

David H., 156 

David Porter, 163 

Deborah, 25, 26, 52, 67, 68, 69, 

70, 127, 128, 132 
Deborah C, 64 



INDEX TO FULLERS. 



Deborah West, 74 

Delia. 56 

DcWiit Clinton, 14:: 

Dexter, 28, 37 

Don, 56 

Dora, 44 

Dorolliy N., 49 

Dorr C, 168, 170 

Dwight, 143, 152 

Earl, 119 

Karl Kvcreti, 105 

Earl Waldo, 157 

Ebenezer, 22, 34, 61, 62, 63, 64, 

69* 74, •'^4. ^5. 127, 129, 132, 

187 
Kbenczer IJarlon, 84 
Lda Kniogenc, 58 
Eda Maude, 183 
l^lgar Allen, 123 
Edgar Frank, 124 
Edith, 91 
Edith L., 46, 170 
Edith M., 183 
Edith May, 96 
lMlmu:ul lierbert, 130, 131 
ICdnn A., 89 
lulna (Jrace, 180 
I'Mna May, 104 
lulson W., 149, 156 
ICdward, 10, 22, 28, 37, 40, 44, 

^>^'^, 73, 75, 76, ^"^4, ^7. 149, 154 
ICdward Abbott, 102 
iMlwaid 1)., 102 
lulward Charles, 81, 97 
Echvard E., 64 
Edward Harvey, 37 
ICdward liersey, 45 
JOdward K., 100 
ICdward L., 169 
lulward Laton, 97, 106, no 
Edward Little, 87, 102 
Edward Newton, 78, 92 
Edward I*., 34, 44 
I'Mward W., 73, 82 
Edward West, 83 
Edward Wright, 103 
Edwin A., 91 



Edwin C, 84 

Edwin E., 90, 104 

lulwin Francis, 123 

J'ldwin Herbert, 126 

I'^dwin P., 126 

Edwina Fay, 93 

Effie, 36 

Effie Inez, 89 

Eland, 76, 89 

F^lbertice, 130 

l'>lbridge G., 76, 89, 90 

I'^lbridge Gerry, 88, 120, 123 

I'^leanah, 116 

Eleazer, 62, 67, 68, 69, 113 

Eleazer Robbins, 112, 113 

Eli M., 147 

Elinor Constance, 106 

li^liphalet, 69 

Elisha C, 34, 44 

FLliza, 141, 161, 162, 164 

Eliza A., 34 — 

F^liza Ann, 55, 141 

Eliza Annette, 90 

Eliza Barker, 85 

I'vliza Chandler, 1 19 

Eliza Nichols, 80 

F^liza Wheeler, 98 

F^lizabeth, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 
21, 23, 26, 29, 41, 68, 71, 74, 
77, 121, 127, 130, 143, 146, 
148, 160, 171, 174, 185, 186 

Elizabeth Almira, 151 

Elizabeth Clark, 48 

Elizabeth F^stelle, 103 

lOlizabeth Florence, 124 

Elizabeth Harlow, 73 

Elizabeth Holmes, 63 

Elizabeth Howe, 65 

Elizabeth J., 60 

Elizabeth K., 59 

Fvlizabeth Lincoln, 102 

Elizabeth Parker, 36 

Elizabeth S., 100 

Elizabeth W., 78 

Elkanah, 116 

Ella Augusta, 83 

Ella E., 100 



INDEX TO FULLERS. 



»93 



Ella F., 121 
Ella Gertrude, 83 
Ella J., 179 

Ella M., 170 • 

Ella Margaret, 124 
Ella May, 167 
Ellen, 56 
Ellen L., 56 
Ellen M., 38 
Ellen Maria, 179 
Ellen S., 30 
Ellery, 105 
Ellian Errol, 35, 45 
Ellis Bethuel, 147, 155 
Elmer Ellsworth, 180 
Elmina Phebe, 169 
Elmina Tamajen, 144 
Elonzo, 76, 90, 91 
Elsie, 161 
Elsie M., 95 
Elsworth, 57 
Elva Alberta, 104 
Elva Grace, 105 
Elvira, 53, 77 
Elvira Jane, 55 
Elvira Lincoln, 121 
Elwin G., 165 
Ernery Goddard, 144, 153 
Emery L., 76, 91 
Emily, 112 
Emily French, 130 
Emily J., 145 
Emily Jane, 86, loi 
Emma, 85, 115 
Emma Adelia, 167 
Emma Ann, 114 
Emma B., 43 
Emma C, 57 
Emma Cushman, 188 
Emma Frances, 179 
Emma Francelia, 35 
Emma Lathrop, 98 
Emma Louise, 123 
Emma M., 92 
Emma S., 149 

Ephraim, 76, 117, 118, 119, 120, 
121, 129, 130, 139 



Ephraim Holmes, 63 

Ernest Cummings, 183 

Ernest G., 183, 184 

Ernest .\L, 157, 159 

Ernest Ray, 170 

Ernest \V., 47 

Ernest Walter, 46 

Errol Omar, 45 

Essec, 76, 90, 91 

Esther, 143 

Esther Millett, 33 

Ethel, 46 

Ethel L., 91 

Etta Inez, 159 

Ettie Frances, 122 

Eudora Glassel, 81 

Eugene, 89 

Eugene L., 151, 157 

Eunice, 29, 61, 12S, 135, 140 

Eustis William, 164 

Eva Lillian, 167 

Eva May, 104, 166 

Evangeline LeBaron, 156 

Evelyn ^L, 182 

Everett, 164, 166 

Everett Ellery, 156 

Everett George, 48 

Everett Ney, 49 

Everett S., 28 

Everett Standish, 37, 46 

Experience, 15, 17, 19, 172, 1S6 

Ezekiel, 76, 88 

Ezra, 67, 69, 70, 74, 75, 77, 84, 

85 
Ezra Edgar, 100 
Ezra Tilden, 85, 100 
Ezra M. B., 84 
F. A., 187 
Fanny, 13S, 143 
Fanny Briggs, 146 
Fanny Elizabeth, 162 
Fanny Woodbury, 174 
Felicia Hemans, 37 
Fisher, 175 
Fitzroy, 89 
Flavia, 161 
Flavius Bryant, 177, 181 



194 



iXiOi.X TO FULLERS. 



Flavius Josephus, 175, 17; 

Flora D., 104 

Flora Irene, 178 

Flora J., 149. 154 

Florence, 36 

Florence A., 104, 149 

Florence Estclle, 93 

Florence Leda, 48 

Florence 'I'aylor, 115 

Flossie Mai, 1 70 

Floyd Z., 168, 170 

Ford H., 147. 154 

Forney, iSi 

Frances I>erry, 38 

Frances C'.erUudc, 81 

Frances Maria, 81 

I'Vances Mary, 108 

Frances O., 155 

Frances R., 38 

l-'rancis, 74, 82, 120, 124 

Francis Allon, 158 

Francis Carlin, 99, 108 , 

Francis F., 90 

Francis H., 10 

Francis L., 144, 152 

Francis Mcrriani, 58 

Francis William, 100 

Francis Wihnot, 108 

Frank, 40, 57, 78, 93, 98, 126, 

Frank Arnaldo, 102, 109 
Frank liyron, 149, 157 
I'rank DeWitt, 184 
Frank K., 151 
Frank luigenc, 104, no 
Frank Herbert, 153, 15S 
Frank Irving, 37, 46 
l'"rank J., 42 
I'rank ],., 102 
Frank T., 33, 43 
Frank William, 177, 182 
Franklin, 89 
Franklin Alion, 122 
Franklin I'orter, 115 
Frederick, 82, 09. 130, 183 
Frederick A., 155 
Frederick Chase, 177 



Frederick D., 43, 48 
Frederick E., loi, 109 
Frederick Gillmore, 39, 46 
Frederick Gilman, 125, 126 
Frederick H., 168 
Frederick Hale, 153 
Frederick Henry, 126 
Frederick Lesure, 152 
Frederick M., 102 
Frederick Martin, 46 
Frederick Milton, 29 
Frederick O., 155 
Frederick Pardee, 99 
Frederick Russell, 45, 49 
Frederick Thomas, 126 
Frederick V., 156 
Frederick W., 109 
Gardner A., 148 

George, 53, 56, 59, 63, 64, 73, 
82, 84, 100, 113, 114, 120, 

147, 154, 176, 179 
George A., 151, 157, 183 
George Arthur, 153 
Cieorge Augustus, 82, 99 
George lionney, 28, 37 
George E., 124, 126 
George Ivlward, 125 
(leorge I'A'erett, 167 
George F., 82 
George Frank, 179 
George Frederick, 121 
George H., 55, 59 
George Hawley, 55, 58 
George Henry, 78, 92 
George Herbert, 79, 95 
George Hiram, 169 
George J., 33 
George James, 64 
George Lindley, 28 
George Newell, 146 
George O., 179, 1S3 
George R., 38 
George W., 38, 64, 78, 151, 157, 

182 
George Wadsworth, 95 
George W'ashington, 30, 41, 47 
George Whitfield Scranton, 99 



\ 



INDEX TO FULLERS. 



*9S 



George Williston, 83 

Georgia Lillian, 45 

Georgiana, 103 

Geraldine E., 184 

Gertrude Aldine, 115 

Given, 139, 147 

Gladys M., 182 

Glenn, 170 

Goldena E., 184 

Grace Alvira, 170 

Grace Anna, 92 

Grace Beatrice, 158 

Grace Gilmah, 125 

Grace L., 169 

Grace M., 149 

Granville C., 130 

Granville Daniel, 109 

Guy Soult, 49 

Hannah, 15, 17, 18, 19, 24, 61, 
62, 68, 69, 75, 86, 117, 118, 
119, 120, 128, 129, 130, 142, 
143, 186 

Hannah Celestia, 35 

Hannah D., 1 13 

Hannah Maria, ^62 

Hannah W., S?, - , 

Hardy, 182 

Harriet, 56, 140, 143, 148 

Harriet Adaline, 96 

Harriet B., 33 

Harriet E., 154, 155 

Harriet L., 65 

Harriet Louisa, 79 

Harriet M., 165 

Harriet N., 30 

Harriet Newell, 146, 175 

Harriet Washburn, 167 

Harris, 143 

Harrison, 140, 148, 164 

Harry C., 169 

Harry D., 182 

Harry Earle, 49 

Harry Grafton, 97, 108 

Harry L., 49 

Harry Mellville, 106 

Harry R., 46 

Harry Raymond, 49 



/ 



Harry Tillson, 96, 106 

Harvey, 25, 28 

Hattie, 55 

Hattie Bliss, 144 

Hattie Geer, 98 

Hattie Laura, 151 

Hawley, 53 

Hawley Leigh, 60 

Hazadiah, 66 

Hazel A., 182 

Hazel Wentworth, 109 

Helen Chaffin, 48 

Helen E., 184 

Helen Emery, 175 

Helen Powell, loS 

Helen Ruthven, 97 

Hetnan N., 166 

Heman N., 168 

Henrietta Arlington, 123 

Henry, 29, 55, 137, 142, 143, 

156, 161 
Henry A., 65, 179 
Henry Allen, 121 
Henry Augustus, 176, 180 
Henry Clay, S3, 155 
Henry D., 73, 82 
Henry Eustis, 124, 126 
Henry F., 1S3 
Henry Grafton, 108, no 
Henry H., 166 
Henry Hirim, 169 
Henry Ichabod, 141 
Henry J., 148, 155 
Henr)' Jones, 94, 106, 188 
Henry Martin, 143, 152 
Henry R., 167 
Henry Russell; 34, 44 
Henry Solomon, 121 
Henry V., 82, 99 
Henry W., 88, 103 
Herbert, 152 

Herbert Augustus, 165, 167 
Herbert G., 57, 60 
Herbert Harry, 183 
Herbert I>ee, 170 
Herbert Leslie, 96 
Herbert Thomas, 1 26 



196 



INDEX TO FULLERS. 



Herman Mack, 109 

Herman W., loi 

Hezckiah Prince, 32, 41 

Hilda, 170 

Hilda Charloue, 60 

Hiram, 113, 114, "Q* 122 

Hiram Chester, 115 

Homer 1'., 79 

Homer 'lay lor, 94, 188 

Horace C, 79, 94 

Hoscn, 135, 140 

Howard 15., 95 

Howard E., 184 

Hoy I K., 137 

Hoyl ICdward, 153 

Huldah M., 163 

Ichabod, 12S 

Ida ICUen, 42 

Ida Kllis, 36 

Ida May, 124 

Ida R., 179 

Ira, 27,34 

Irving, 57 

Irving H., 79, 95 

Isaac, 15, 17, iS, 21, 22, 25, 27, 

68, 70, 74, 75» ^iy '34, »35. 

139, 147, 162, 165, 186 
Isaac ArnaUlo, 88, 102 
Isaac I)., 89, 104 
Isaac Flilncr, 178 
Isaac Francis, 82, 98 
Isaac Torter, 165 
Isaac Sutton, 100 
Isabella Prince llachi, 31 
Isadas, 86, loi 
Isaiah, 134, 136 
Isaiah Woodman, 27, 34 
Issachar, 67, 68, 72, 73, So 
Jabc/, 20, 21, 22, III, 128, 132, 

133, 161, 162, 171, 172, 173, 

174 
Jabez Tultle, 162, 165 
Jacob, 137, 142 
Jacob Ripley, 176, iSi 
James, 20, 40, 47, 62, 69, 75, 87, 

111, 112, 116, 137, 139, i43« 

146, 149, 154, 167 



James Albert, 113 
James Alexander, 97, 108 
James Clark, 178, 182 
James Craven, 80 
James D., 119, 121 
James D wight, 143 
James E., 87, 144, 152 
James PZdward, 152, 158 
James Erskine, 115 
James F., 169 
James Henry, 150 
James M., 64 
James Morris, 106 
James Oscar, 125 
James Robert, 96 
James S., 47 
James Sanford, 179 
James Scovill, 97, 106 
James Scranton, 106 
James Sutton, 83 
James Thomas, 125 
James W., 31, 40 
Jane, 130 
Jane G., 31 
jane Helen, 29 
Jane Scranton, 99 
Jane \V., 31 
Jay, 150, 157, 159 
Jeannetle W., 32 
Jed, 56 
Jennie, 90 
Jennie Klay, 106 
Jenny, 69 
Jcptha, 66 
Jerome B., 140 
Jerome Bonaparte, 142, 150 
Jerome Minot, 146 
Jesse, 23, 24, 25, 26, 34 
Jesse Augustus, 32, 33, 43 
Jesse E., 42 
Jesse Prince, 31,41 
Jessie A., 38 
Jessie L., 44 

Joanna, 21, 62, 86, in, 118 
Joanna 'Pilden, 74 
John, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 24, 26, 
32, 41, 52,67,68, 71, 74, 77, 



INDEX TO FULLERS. 



197 



86, 92, III, 112, 117, 118, 
119, 121, 136, 160, 161, 168, 
171. 172, i73» 176, 186 

John A., iSo, 1S4 

John Andre, S6, loi 

John Archibald, 106 

John Bailey, 179 

John C, 147 

John Davis, 125 

John Dorrance, Si, 98, 108 

John E., 65, 121 

John F., 65 

John Francis, 124 

John Gray, 90 

John H., 78, 92, 188^ 

John Harold, 59 

John Henry, 65 

John Holmes, 63 

John Kuhn, 64, 65 

John Lewis, 176, 179 

John Nichols, 81, 96 

John S., 87, 188 

John Smith, 71, 78 ■- 

John W., 79 

John Wilkinson, no 

Jonathan, 171, 172 

Jonathan Hylleir, 172 

Jonathan Kingsley, 56, 59 

Joseph, 53, 54, 74, 84, 85, 143, 
150 

Joseph Boies, 108 

Joseph D., 32 

Joseph Dana, 42 

Joseph Henry, 28, 37, 54 

Joseph L., 150 

Joseph Micajah, 179 

Josephine A., 155 

Josephine Lee, 45 

Josephine W., 33, 43 

Josephine Whittemore, 33 

Joshua, 24, 25, 29, 30, 38 
Joshua Thayer, 80 
Joshua Thomas, 1 20 
Josiah, 61, 62, 63, 142 
Josiah Chandler, 122, 125 
Josiah J., 32, 41 
Josiah Kingman, 120, 123 



Josiah Soule, 28 
Josiah Tillson, So, 95 
Josiah \V., 87, 102 
Julia, 32, 41, 162 
Julia Adelia, 39 
Julia Ann, 141 
Julia Smith, 43 
Juliet, 28 
Juliet Inez, 122 
Juliet Maria, 37 
Julius Vilroy, 54, 58, 60 
Kathcrine 1 laniard, loS 
Katiierine J., 82 
Katie Belle, 167 
Katie Isabella, 40 
Kimball Prince, 26, ^;^ 
Kimball Verrill, ^^ 
Lafayette, 28, 36 
Lannes AL, 49 
Laton Slocum, 81 
Laura A., 27, 155 
Laura Ann, 163 
I«iura Shc.man, 38 
Laura Sprague, 142 
Lauretta Ann, 71 
Lauretta Gibbs, 121 
Laverta N., 130 
Lawrence, 65 
Lawrence Barnard, 99 
Lawrence Gilman, 126 

Le Forest, 155 
Lemando Danforth, Si 

Lemuel, 62, 63, 64, 134, 135, 
136, 138, 144, 160, i6i 

Lemuel S., 161, 163 

Leola, 182 

Leon Elwood, 159 

Leon P., 169 

Leonard Orcutt, 142, 150 

Leonie May, 45 

Leroy S., 164 

Lester Eugene, 110 

Levi Dwight, 163 

Lewis Warren, 29 

Lillian F'rances, 46 

Lillian J., 89 

Linda, 71 



198 



INDEX TO FULLERS. 



I-inus, 149 

Linus l-:., 21, 134, 136, 138, 145 

Linus Fcnn, 141, 149 

Linus Whitcsitle, 157 

Lisle IL, 170 

Livia, 62 

I,ivingston, 157 

Li/zie AuLjusta, 58 

Liz/ie Josci)hine, 39 

Lizzie .\L, i 79 

iX)is, 52, 61, 127, 134, 137 

Lois IClmira, 166 

Lois Frances, 87 

Lois L., 77 

Lorenzo Dow, 142, 149 

Loring, 63 

Lorna, 41 

Lottie M., 153 

Louis Edward, 43, 48 

Louis Ringe, 94 

Louis Sturtevant, 87 

Louisa, 86, 91, 134 

l,ouisa C, 34, 91 

Louisa Jane, 55 

Lovicia, 40 

I ,cwell, I .S I 

Lucia Churchill, 1 13 

Lucinda Maria, 29 

Lucius, 85 

Lucius Ames, 144, 153 

I-ucy, 53, 69, 140, 173, 174 

Lucy At in, 163 

Lucy B., 155 

Lucy Bradford, 65 

Lucy Delano, 112 

Lucy ]•>., 178 

Lucy Eddy, 172 

Lucy Leonard, 98 

Lucy Maria, 143 

Lucy P., 145 

I-ucy Safford, 41 

Lucy Sturtevant, 75 

Lulu, 60 

Luna, 69 

Lura M., 42 

Luther, 164 

Lydia, 20, 24, 62, 64, 68, 70, 



77, 120, 128, 140 
Lydia Brown, 150 
Lydia Florence, 96 
Lysander, 77 
Lytle Ella, 50 
Mabel, 183 
Mabel A., 155 
Mabel Sarah, 184 
ALabel Sylvester, 126 
ALidison, 53, 55 
Major Pomeroy, 164 
Malachi, 62 
Marcellus, 78 
Marcia, 152 
Marcus, 119, 122 
Margaret, 102 
Margaret Adelaide, 178 
^Llrgaret Elizabeth, X15, 126 
Margaret Kennedy, 106 
Margery, 170 
Maria, 53 
Maria A., 79, 89 
Maria Elizal)eth, 56 
Maria Louisa, 149 
Maria Thomas, 86 
NLaria Washburn, 101 
^Larie Adel, 102 
ALarie Louise, 81 
Marion, 97 
Marion Keith, 109 
Marion Lovett, 96 
Mark Ingraham, 39 
ALarshall, 164 
Martha, 24, 26, 38, 172 
Martha C, 64 
Martha E., 169 
Martha Louise, 170 
Martha Maria, 80, 97 
Martha S., 121 
Martha W., 148 
Mary,ii, 21, 24, 44, 52, 57, 66, 

73. 75, "4, 130, 138, 139, 
143, 154, 161, 171, 174 

Mary A., 103, 179 

Mary Alden, 142 

Mary Amelia, 38 

Mary Ann, 175 



INDEX TO FULLERS. 



199 



Mary Anna, 165 

Mary Annette, 179 

Mary Asenath, 1 15 

Mary Atwood, 74 

Mary Breese, 94 

Mary C, 17S 

Mary Chandler, 112, 113 

Mary Churchill, 54 

Mary E., 65 

Mary Eliza, 33, 101 

Mary Elizabeth, 82 

Mary Ellen, 121, 148, 164, 178, 

182 
Mary F., 37 
Mary Flagg, 142 
Mary Florence, 99 
Mary Frances, 86, 123 
Mary H., 32 
Mary J., 79 

Mary Jane, 40, 42, 146 
Mary Lathrop, 81, 98 
Mary Leslie, 106 
Mary Lillian, 1 22 
Mary Louise, 58, 125 
Mary Maria, 146 
Mary Maude, 179 
Mary S., 31 
Matena, 105 
Matilda, 112 
Matthew Herbert, 106 
Matthias G. L., 146 
Maud A., iSi 
Maybell Doane, 102 
May Belle, 95 
May Forest, 91 
Mehitable, 137 
Melvin Luvelle, 38 
Mercy, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17, 19, 

20, 61, III, 112, 133, 1S6 
Mercy A., 79 
Mercy Freeman, 172 
Merle Evans, 49 
Micah, 21 
Mildred Allen, 48 
Milton, 150 
Minerva, 141 
.MiDnie A., 182 



Miranda, 33, i 20 

Miranda Elizabeth, 144 

Miranda W., 123 

Miriam, 159 

Molly, 69 

Mortimer B., 108, 1 10 

Moses Wendell, loi 

Myra, 56 

Myron, 53 

Myron L., 106 

Myrtle, 154 

Nabby, 142, 173 

N. Bonajiarte, 44 

Nancy, 30, 55, 129, 130, 161, 

164, 173 
Nancy A., 30 
Nancy Caroline, 78 
Nancy D., 77 
Nancy High, 39 
Nancy Jane, 96 
Nancy \V., 32 

Nathan, 127, 128, 129, 130 
Nathan Henry, 167 
Nathan O., 149 
Nathan Thomas, 86, 102 
Nathan Thompson, 74 
Nathan W,, 147 
Nathaniel, 20, 22, 23, 24, 164, 

167 
Nellie, 98, 150 
Nellie Eliza Lovinia, 58 
Nellie H., 155 
Nellie J., 180 
Nellie L., 46 
Nelson Ha)'\vood, 129 
Nelson William, 146, 153 
Nettie Estelle, 153 
Nettie F., 42 
Nettie G., 183 
Nettie Miller, 125 
Newcomb, 182 
'Newton, 187 
Ninon, Letica, 168 
Noah 41, 67, 68, 71, 72, 127, 

128, 161, 162 
Noah Prince, 26, 31 
Noel B., 84, 100 



200 



INDEX TO FULLERS. 



Obcd, 40 

OrUivus Wright, 88, 103 
Ola iJcll, 154 
Olive, 134 
Olive Francis, 79 
Oliver, 52, 53 
Omar ( )rlisUis, 35 
Orison IJarllett, 41 
Orlando, 120 
Orlando Wooil, 36 
Orlislus Conanl, 45 
Orrin Augustus, 80, 96 
Oscar, 78, 147 
Oscar Martin, 55, 58 
Otis, 136, 141 
Otis (iranville, loi, 109 
Otis M., 150 
Paul Alden, 159 
Paul Jones, 49 
Paul Steward, 104 
Paul Wilbur, 105 
Pearl, 46 
Pearl liessie, 157 
Penelope Durrance, 81 
Percy Dunbar, 100 
Perez, 63 
Perly ]]., 32 
Persis, 138 
Phcbe, 73, 137 
Phebc Anna, 80 
Phebe Nye, 28, 29 
Philander P., 77 
Philander Pryant, 91 
Philemon, 24, 25, 28, 29 
Philo Francis, 54, 57 
Polly, 135, 164, 173 
Prince Ford, 139, 147 
Priscilla, 69, 128, 129 
Rachel, 161 
Ralph F2merson, 104 
Randall Mershon, 96 
Raymond, 181 
Raymond G., 60 
Ray Smith, 169 
Reba Dorothy, 60 
Rebecca, 24, 27, 30, 61, 68, 72, 
112, 113, 118, 129 



Rebecca B., 32 

Rebecca Cushman, 26 

Rebecca K., 34 

Rel)ecca Tillson, 80 

Reliance, 21, 135 

Reno P>., 181 

Rhuda II., 176 

Richard Henry, 120, 123 

Rinda May, 135 

Robert, 10, 24, 26, 34, 181 

Robert Bradley, 158 

Robert P>axter, 174, 176, 180 

Robert Edward, 92 

Robert Learnard, 157 

Robert I.csure, 152, 158 

Robert Mclvin, 87 

Robert Samuel, 60 

Roger (Irant, 60 

Rollo Downer, 60 

Rolinda Alden, 167 

Rosa Adella, 181 • 

Rosanna, 41 

Rose C, 147 

Rose l^lla, 165 

Roxanna, 147 

Rube, 66 

Rul)y Osborne, 46 

Rufus, 21, 136, 14 r, 149 

Rufus G., 149, 157 

Rufus P., 32, 42 

Rufus S., 165 

Ruth, 23, 25, 26, 127, 128, 139, 

163 

Ruth A., 159 

Ruth J., 31 

Ruth M., 166 

Ruthie W,, 27 

Sabina, 72 

Sadie Marie, 109 

Salem, 53, 57 

Sally, 69, 137, 172, 173, 174 

Sally Ann, 3 1 

Sally S., 31 

Samantha P., 32 

Samuel, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 
16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23,' 26, 
30, 5^ 53»6i, 66, 69, 70, 75, 



INDEX TO FULLERS. 



30X 



76, 77, 86, 91, 109, 133, 137, 

160, 161, 162, 164, 173, 175, 

178, 185, 1S6, 187 
Samuel A., 31, 40, 47 
Samuel Addison, 89 
Samuel I'arnard, 99 
Samuel D., 1 13 
Samuel Edward, 179, 183 
Samuel Elwin, 58 
Samuel Freeman, 53, 56 
Samuel Thomas, 55, 57 
Sarah, 23, 24, 25, 27, 51, 52, 63, 

70, 72, 74, 85, 129, 133, 134, 

160, 162, 171 
Sarah A,, 147 
Sarah Adel, 88 
Sarah Barden, 124 
Sarah Catherine, 178 
Sarah D., 113 
Sarah Delano, 175 
Sarah E,, 57 
Sarah Edith, 1S4 
Sarah Elizabeth, 114 
Sarah Emeline, 124 
Sarah Emily, 81 
Sarah Eunice, 54 
Sarah Frances, 84 
Sarah Hale, 41 
Sarah Kuhn, 64 
Sarah Jane, 176 
Sarah L., 31 
Sarah M., 79 
Sarah Maria, 150 
Sarah Matilda, 80 
Sarah Prince, 26 
Sarah R., 28, 37 
Sarah Rosamond, 28 
Sarah S., 130 
Sarah Smith, 78 
Sarah Thomas, 1 20 
Sarah Tilden, 85 
Selia Jay, 108 
Seth, 20, 22, 51, 52, 53, 56, 137, 

143, 172, 173 
Seth Wyman, 143, 151 
Silas M., 30 
Silence, 133 



Simeon, 133 

Smith, 75, 86 

Solomon, 119, I2i 

Sophia, 71, 143, 173 

Stella May, 181 

Stephen Dow, 159 

Stillman, 74, 84, 85 

Stuart Jamison, 100 

Sumner, 85 

Susan, 52, 139, 161 

Susan A., 38, 124, 147 

Susan miss, 144 

Susan Frances, 121 

Susan M., 164 

Susan Maria, 55 

Susanna, 9, 10, 72, 128 

Susannah, 67, 69, 127, 134 

Susie Amanda, 180 

Sylvanus, 66, 72, 79, 118, 120, 

178, 182 
Sylvanus Ripley, 120, 124 
Sylvester, 42 
Sylvester H., 38 
Sylvester Heuse, 39, 47 
Sylvia, 68, 71, 72 
Sylvia C, 167 
Thankful, 62 
Thelma Grace, 49 
Theodore II., 60 
Theodore Sedgwick, 99, 108 
Thomas, in, 117, 118, 1 19, 128, 

164, 171, 172, 173, 174, 176, 

180 
Thomas Baldwin, 80 
Thomas Bradford, 29 
Thomas Eddy, 174, 177 
Thomas Edwin, 80 
Thomas Oilman, 123, 125 
Thomas M., 132 
Thomas Leander, 168, 170 
Thomas Roycc, 163, 165 
Thomas S., 30 
Thomas Wesley, 166, 16S 
Tillson, 72, 79, 80, 96 
Tisdale, 139, 148 
Tisdale Harlow, 148, 155 
Truman Holmes, 86 



202 



INDEX TO FULLERS. 



Versalla, 133 

Victor S., 44, 48 

Virginia Louise, 158 

Vivia Maude, 49 

Vodica Maria, 54 

Waldo, 152 

Waldo Ames, 75, 87 

Waldo C, 140, 1 48 

Walter H., 95 

Walter I'Jbridj^e, 126 

Walter Russell, 49 

Ward Sidney, 169 

Warren, 25 

Warren H., 166, 168 

\Varren Clark, 48 

Welcome F., 89, 104 

Wheelock, 1 18 

Wilbur Clarence, 50 

Wilhemina, 149 

William, 20, 23, 24, 29, ^8, 55, 

59, ^33' M'"^, 156 
William Alvertine, iSi 
William Augustus,. 99, 162,165 
William H., 91 
William Chester, 38 ♦ 
William Eddy, 173, 176, 177. 

178, 181, 182 



w 


illiam Edward, 88 




w 


illiam Emerson, 17S, 


183 


w 


illiam Francis, 150 




w 


illiam P'rank, 39, 46 




w 


illiam Harwood, 121 




w 


illiam H., 147, 154, 156, 159 


w 


illiam Henry, ;^^, 82, 
115, 149, 156 


98, 113. 


w 


illiam J., 47 




w 


illiam John, 40, 47 




^v 


illiam "M. M., 182 




w 


illiam Marshall, 98 




w 


illiam Nelson, 138, 145 


w 


illiam P., 166, 169 




w 


illiam Thomas Maclin, 


115 


w 


illiam W., 37 




w 


infield?, 152 




Zachariah, 172 




Za(iock, 160, 161 




Zadock I., 166 




Zebedee Chandler, 119, 


122 


Zephaniah, 62, 63 




Zerviah 118 




Zerviah Nelson, 129 




Zerviah Thompson, 119 




Zi 


pporah, 88 





Index to other Names than Fullers. 



Adams, Elizabeth, 63 

Laura A., 147 

Nancy, 25, 29, 30 
Alden, Daniel, 135 

Elijah, 6 1 

John, 135 

Lydia, 20, 117 

Mary, 134, 135 

Phebe, 105 
Alexander, Andrew Jackson 

Bradford, loi 

Beatrice May, 10 1 

Grace Fuller, loi 

John Herbert, loi 

John Knowles, loi 
Allen, Gertrude M., 165, 167 

Henry, 85 

Mabel E., 43, 48 

Martha J., 138 

Sarah Frances, 138 

Timothy, 138 . 
Allertoh, Isaac, 10, 12 
Ames, Asenath, 76, 8^ 

Charlotte C., 155 

Daniel, 137 

Elizabeth B., 77 

Fisher, 77 

George C, 77 

Horace, 77 

Sally, 70, 75 

Sarah, 134, 137 
Andrews, Alice, 178 

Florence, 178 

Oliver Parker, 178 
Archibald, Nancy Christie, 94, 
106 



Armstrong, Mary, 73 
Athern, William, 32 
Atwood, Marv, 69, 74 

William W., 130 

Charles H., 30 
Bacheldcr, Augusta A., 175 

Charles Lucius, 175 

George Franklin, 175 

Henry S., 175 

James Lewis, 175 

John, 175 

Martha Jane, 175 

Mary Ann, 175 

Rebecca Wentworth, 175 

Samuel Fuller, 175 
Backus, Sarah, 163, 165 
Ballou, Bernice, 58 

Carrie E., 58 

Irving, 58 

Unabella, 58 
Barden, Julia R., 124 

Sarah S., 124 
Barker, Byron, 149 

Caroline Tufts, 173 

Pvben Francis, 173 

Ebenezer, 173 

Edward Tobey, 1 73 

Frederick Alden, 173 

Lucy I>oring, 173 
Barnard, Edward, 82 

Eleanor, 82 

Frederick, 82 

George Fuller, 82 

Katherine T., 82 

Mary, 73, 82 

Montrose, 82 



204 



INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



Barnard, Robert, 82 

Robert W., 82 
Barnum, Amos 'I'ell, 81 

Caroline Klizal)eth, 81 

Charles Fuller, 8i 

Maria Clark, 81 

Matthew, 141 

Mcrritt Slocum, Si 

Sterling Jones, 81 

Zenas Jr., Si 

Zenas Slocum, Si 
Barrows, Dolly (Head), 53, 55 

(icorge, 69 

Grace N., 45, 49 
Barstow, Susan, 172 
Bartlett, Elizabeth, 74 

Mary Eliza, 86 

Henry, 86 

Orison, 32 

Theodore, 75 

Thomas H., 86 

Wesley L., 149 
Bassett, Ichabod, 74 
Battles, John, 113 
Baxter, Slary, 172, 174 
Beach, Elmira P., 163, 166 
Beals, Irene T., 163 

Eucinda, 77 

Eucinda W., 91 

Patience, 139 
Bean, p:mma, 33, 43 
Bearce, Austin, 23 
Beazell, Eucretia Alice, 176, 180 
Beckler, George W,, 33 

Hattie Mabel, 33 

Bert Hayes, 33 

Kimball, 33 
Beecher, Edward W., 144 

Frank VV., 144 

Wells, 144 
Belcher, Arthur, 163 

Harriet, 163 

Huldah, 163 

Laura Ann, 163 

Marion, 163 

Mary, 163 

Pardon, 163 



Belcher, Sarah, 163 

William, 163 
Bennett, Anna (Fuller), i6o 

Ellen Calista, 144, 153 

Henry, 165 
Benson, Mary C, 78, 94 

Tabitha, 133 
Bent, Salome Maria, 86, loi 
Bevin, Ella E., 166, i68 
Billings, Albeit T., 175 

J. Martin, 175 

Nellie S., 175 

William J., 175 
Billington, Martha, 20 
Bingham, Abbie, 151 

Pamelia, 53, 56 
Bircher, Edward, 12 
Bird, Elijah, 74 
Bisbee, Benjamin, 68 

Caroline, 74, 86 

Daniel, 87 

Maria, 63, 64 
Black, Alexander M., 138 

George Nelson, 138 

Jacob, 52 

James, 138 

Jane, 138 

John, 138 

Julia Maria, 138 

Mary, 138 

William M., 138 
Blackmer, Anna, 133 
Blake, Harry, 158 
Blanchard, Harriet, 63, 64 

Sarah K., 120, 123 
Bliss, Dorothy, 137, 144 
Blunt, Arthur C, 139 

Betsey, 139 

Ebenezer, 139 

Eliza, 139 

Henry, 139 

Isaac, 139 

Martha, 139 

Mary Ann, 139 

Oscar, 139 

Sarah, 139 

Thomas J., 139 



INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



205 



Boggs, Anna, 135, 139 

Bolster, J. F., 179 

Bonney, Francis William, 123 

Margaret, 25, 28 
Boome, Adelaide, 55, 58 
Boothby, Cora P., 89, 104 
Bostwick, Barbara, 136, 140 

Ichabod, 140 
Bosworth, Anna F., 162 

Anna T., 164 

James, 12/ 

Joseph, 127 

Noah, 129 

Orrin W., 164 

William H., 130 
Boutelle, Emily E., 79, 94 
Bowen, Etta Florence, 95 

Obadiah, 1S5 

Richard, 185 

Thomas, 185, 186 
Boyden, Josephine, 175 
Boynton, Ada Delano, 54 

Ahce Bingham, 54 

Elsie Maria, 54 

Harriet, 87, 102 

Joseph J., 54 

Joseph Stannard, 54 
Bradford, Mr., 10 

Alice, 12 

Cornelius F., 1 14 

Eunice, 25, 29 

Ichabod, 25 

Lucy, 63 

Perez, 62 

Samuel, 24 

Capt. Samuel, 70 

William, 10, 13, 17, 19 
Brainard, Prof. H. W., 185 
Brawley, Peter, 187 
Bray, Bethia, 26, 32 
Brewste/, Mr., 13 

Elder, 187 

Elizabeth, .., 15, 187 

Jonathan, 187 

Lucretia Oldham, 187I 
Bridgham, Capt John, 70 
Briggs, Fanny, 135, 138 



Briggs, Mary E., 123, 125 

Stephen, 138 
Brigham, Charles, 53 
Brooks, Almira Jane, 143, 151 

Charles B., 75 
Brown, Arthur T., 113 

Asenath F., 113 

Chester F., 113 

David, 54 

Hattie M., 54 

HoUis M., 54 

John, 113 

Tryphena, 176, 179 
Bryant, Clark B., 141 

Lorin, 77 

Lydia, 67, 69 

Patience, 120 

Patience S., 124 

Seth, 172 
Buck, George, 175 

Lynn, 175 

Moses, 175 

Simon, 175 

Wallace, 175 

Warren, 175 
Buffington, Elizabeth A., 74, 84 
Burgess, Edith F., 166, 168 
Burns, Ciarinda H., 113, 115 
Burns, Lavina, 178, 183 
Burr, George, 146 

Guy F., 146 

Mabel A., 146 
Burrage, Mr., 41 
Butler, Gorham, 147 

Josephine, 147 

Samuel, 9 

Ralph Emery, 147 
Byce, Catherine, 73 

Katherine, 82 
Calkins, Mary A., 46, 49 
Cameron, Elizabeth B., 39, 40 
Campbell, Andrew, 35 

Asa, 35 

Cora Hannah, 35 

Emma Francelia, 35 

Hanruh, 161 

Myrtle Angelina, 35 



206 



INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



Carlinj,', Hettie, 82, 98 
Carmen, Miranda, 26, 33 
Carpenter, Aynes, 9, 10 

Alexander, 9, 10 
Alice, 9, 10 
Juliana, 10 

Mary, 10 

Prise ilia, 10 
Cartlidge, Theresa L., 46 
Carver, Mr., 10 

Louisa, 91 

Louise, 77 
Gary, Mr., 63 
Chaffin, Mary A., 32 

Mary Augusta, 42 
Chamberlain, Emma Lillian, 167 

Rollin 1)., 167 

Ruth, 167 
Champion, Lester V., 104 
Chandler, Zerviah, 118, 119 
Channing, KUen Mary, 151, 158 
Chase, Anne Rebecca, 153 

Kdward Lucius, 153 

Frederick Arlan, 153 

Frederick IL, 153 

Jane Evelyn, 153 

Marion Janet, 153 

Mary V.., 124, 126 

Nettie Estelle, 153 

R\ith Emily, 153 
Chenery, Fuller, 158 

Horace, 158 
Cheney, Charles O., 163 

Charles \V., 163 

Mehitablc, 53, 57 

William 1)., 163 
Chew, John, 14 
Chipman, Lydia, 127 

Mercy, 24, 25 

Sarah (Ripley), 25 
Chittenden, Dr. William A., 81 
Churchill, Asenath Delano, 112, 

113 
Cora L., 37,46 
Eliza, 75, 86 
Elizabeth Cray, 28, 36 
Lewis, 112 



Churchill, Maria, 75, 86 

Maria (Rider), 51 

Sarah Hudson, 172, 174 

'i'haddeus, 1 12 

William, 1 12 
Cissel, Margaret Stevens, 99, 108 
Clapp, Charlotte, 55 

George L., 55 

Mary W., 81, 97 

William J., 55 
Clark, , 137 

Mr., 171 

Consider, 68 

Frederick Clinton, 85 

Freeman, 72 

Helen C, 43, 48 

Herbert Warren, 86 

Jessie, 65 
Clark, Robert, 85 

Sylvia F., 72 
Clarke, Nancy, 175, 178 
Claude, Lucy, 108, no 
Cleveland, Mary M., 142, 149 
Clippenger, Alexander, 174 

Alexander Sharp, 1 74 

Bella, 174 

Jacob, 174 

Mary Edith, 174 

Robert Marion, 174 

Thomas, 1 74 
Clough, Ernest Albert, 54 

Henry, 54 
Cobb, Christiana, 164 

Ebcnezer, 69 

Eliza, 74, 85 

Ezra, 68, 74 

Frederick Augustus, 35, 68 

Hannah, 74, 137, 142^- 

Irena, 74 

James, 23 

Joseph, 74 

Levi, 74 

Lewis A., 35, 68 

Lysander, 74 

Mary, 74 

Stephen, 68 

Timothy, 68 



INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



207 



Coburn, C. S., 154 
Coffin, Mary Ann, 164 
Colby, Benjamin, 173 
Cole, Daniel, 15, 17, 186 

Mrs. Deborah, 51 

Wid. Deborah, 20 

Jemima, 173, 175 

Mary, 162, 165 

Mercy, iS, 19, 186 
Coleman, Albert C., 58 

Blanche U., 58 

Carrie L., 58, 60 

Ethel, 58 

Leon N., 58 
CoUingwood, Beulah Orton, 113 

George, 113 

Laura, 1 13 

Mary E. C, 113 

William C. C, 113 
Collins, Herbert, 155 
Colvin, E. M., 150 

Jay Austin, 150 

Richard Edwin, 150 

Ruth Elizabeth, 150 

Willard Otis, 150 
Colwell, Mary Ann, 129 
Comstock, Harriet N., 138 

Harriet Newell, 145 
Conant, Evelyn, 35 
Cone, Samuel W., 162 

Thomas, 162 
Connell, A. Geraldine, 157 
Converse, Sarah, 1 1 
Conwell, Adelbert L., 88 

Bertie A., 88 

James, 88 

James M., 88 
Cook, Cornelia A., 74 

Edith L, 183 

Edith L., 180 

Eleanor F., 28, 37 

Etta P., 123, 125 

Peleg, 24 
Cooledge, Frank W., 35 
Coombs, Nancy, 26 
Coombs, Nancy H., 30 
Cooper, Hannah, 118 



Corey, Anna ^L, 175, 177 
Corkens, Joseph D., 142 
Cowles, Elizabeth, 1 1 

Robert, 12 
Cox, Almaretta, 26, 34 
Crafts, Ea'I Franklin, 103 

Franklin H., 102 
Craig, Elizabeth J., 146, 153 

Josiah, 148 
Crampton, Caroline, 168 
Crandall, Joseph, 52 
Crane, Lucia, 140 

Lydia, 135 

Martha W., 156 
Craven, Edith Eloisa, 72, 79 
Crocker, Jennie L., 38 

Joanna C, 164, 167 

John Lancaster, 38 

Dr. Sarah E., 187 
Cross, Ann DeWitt, 143, 151 
Cudworth, Eben, 161 
Culver, Jesse, 166 

Jessie B., 169 
Cummings, Avis, 139, 147 

Elizabeth, 69, 75 

Melinda, 139, 146, 147 

Sarah C, 35, 45 
Cunningham, Helen, 33 
Curtis, Anson, 162 

Ashley, 134 

Consider, 1 18 

Edwin O., 162 

George D., 162 

Henry White, 142 

Julia E., 162 

Mary A., 162 

Minerva, 136, 141 

Solomon T., 162 

Susanna, 25, 29, 30 

Cushing, , 164 

Cushroan, Mr., 10 

Elisha, 62 

Elkanah, 19 

Isaac, 21 

Rev. Isaac, iii 

Lydia, 61, 62 

Mary, 24, 26 



208 



INDEX TO OTHEk NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



Cushmnn, Mary (Washburn), 24 

Mrs. Mercy, 20, 67 

Rebecca, 23, 24 

Sarah, 161 

Thomas, 62, 185 
Cutter, Truda, 137, 143 
Darhnj^', Alanson, 71 
Uavis, Mr., 1S6 

Angelia, 32 

Kva Margaret, 97, 108 

Kva v., 153, 158 

Frank, 32 

Irvin W., 124 

Jabez, 32 

Julia A., 32 

Nicholas, 61 

Ruth, 9S 

Samantln, 32 

Timothy, 1 73 
Day, Andrew G., 27 
Dean, Clarence W., 39 
Dean, Isabel, 39 

Isabella S., 40 

John R., 39 

Ruth, 39 

Walter E., 39 
Dearborn, John C, 78 

Mabel ¥., 78 
Delano, Mary, 1 12 

I'hillii), 171 

Polly, 1 1 2 
Delaplaine, Emily Louise, 119, 
1 22 

John li., 1 22 
Delva, Anna, 143 

Annette, 143 

Bessie, 143 

Calvin W., 143 / 

Ellen, 143 

Emeline, 143 

Frank, 143 

James, 143 

Nellie, 143 

Susan, 143 
Demerrilt, Andrew, 86 
Dewey, Miss?, 52, 
DeWitt, Caroline, 176, 180 



Dexter, Mr., 9 
Dexter, Anna, 171 

Rev. Elijah, 85 

Elizabeth, 171 

Lorin, 171 

Sarah, 171 

Stephep, 171 
Dickson, Alexander W., 81 
Dike, Anthony, 134 

Samuel, 134 
Dillingham, Helen May, 102, 109 
Dimmick, Caroline Eleanor, 73 

George B., 73 
Dingley, Jacob, 67 
Doane, M:.ry C, 87 

Mary Cushing, 102 
Dodge, Clara A., 180, 184 
Doggett, Experience, 21 

Jabez, 21 

Joanna, 21 

John, 21 

Mark, 21 

S. B., 21 

Seth, 21 

Simeon, 21 

Thomas, 21 
Donham, Elizabeth, 112 
Doolan, Alice, loi, 109 
Doten, F21izabeth, 67, 68 
Douglas, Cordelia A., 27, 36 

Delano F. W., 152 

Edgar Stiles, 152 
Dow, M. Florence, 95 

Miriam, 157, 159 
Dowd, Orrin W., 142 
Downey, Mary, 88 
Drake, Ann Elizabeth, 155 

Charles Hewitt, 136 

Clement Briggs, 135 

Eliza Ann, 148 

Elizabeth, 136, 141 

Eunice Fuller, 135 

Horatio Nelson, 135 

Linus, 74 

Mary Ann W., 136 

Nelson, 148 

Simeon, 135 



INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



309 



Drake, Simeon Alden, 135 
Dresser, Bert Arthur, 88 

Charles A., 88 

Edward Lucius, 88 

Inez Celia, 88 

William Ellery, 89 
Drew, Sally, 1 1 2 

Samuel, 24 

Sarah, 113 
Due, Charles R., 168 
Donavan, Clarence Edward, 54 
Dunbar, Mary J., 85, 100 
Dunham, Angelo A., 167 
Dunham, Ebenezer, 24 
Dutcher, Wm. A., 39 

Wm. H., 39 
Dutton, Olive, 51, 52 

Samuel, 52 
Dwight Timothy, 172 
Dye, Nord M., 170 
Eaton, Benjamin, 20 — 

Consider, 132 

David, 128, 132 

Deborah, 126 

Elizabeth, 18, 19 

Elijah, 20 

Eunice, 132 

Francis, 20 

Hannah, 69, 74 z 

Jabez, 132 

Job, 132 

John, 20 

Joshua, 132 

Lot, 132 

Mary, 20 

Mercy, 15, 20 

Samuel, (5, 17.20, 186 

Susannah, 20 

Sylvanus, 20 
Eddy, Lucy, 171, 172 
\" Lydia (Alden), 20, 117 

Mary (Jackson), 20 

Mary Jackson, 66 

Obediah, 66 
EdsoD, Barnabas, 135 

Daniel, 134 

Esther, 135 



Edson, Josiah, 135 

Mary, 142 

Olive, 135 

Reliance, 135 

Sarah, 135 

Susannah, 135 

Zilpah, 135 
Eells, Anna M,, 147, 155 

Delia S., 31 

Edward L., 31 

Emery, 31 

Julia G., 31 

Lucy E., 31 

Noah G., 31 

Phila Ann, 31 

Ruth C, 31 
Eighton, Samuel, 19 
EUis, Mr., 186 

Alyndia Fuller, 70 

Benjamin, 70 
Ellis, Caleb Holt, 70 

Charles, 1 1 7 

Christina Hayford, 70 

Eunice Ada, 28, 36 

Frederick, 70 

Freeman, 70 

Gideon Bradford, 70 

Isaac Fuller, 70 

Joanna, 70 

Lydia, 68, 70 

Mercy Hayford, 70 . 

Phebe, 70 

Sarah, 70 
Embich, Ann, 174, 177 
Emerson, George ^L, 38 

Herbert G., 38 

Margaret, 38 
Endecott, Capt. John, 12 
Evans, Caroline J., 39, 46 
Everson, Sylvanus, 62 
Famum, Albert, 163 

Alfred, 163 
Farrar, Maria, 76, 88 

Rufus, 75 
Farrington, Mr., 163 

Alden, 178 
Felt, Mr., 186 



INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



-, 136 



Fenn, — 

I'.ede, 141 
Fitld, Hiram, 75 
Fish, Mary Phillips, 120, 123 
Fisher, Charles I'^dward, 92 

Orace Dean, 92 

Robert Morrison, 92 

William Nairne, 92, 93 

Paul Fuller, 93 
Fletcher, Robert, 143 
Fogg, Adeline C, 76 

Adeliza M., 76 

Amanda M., 76 

IClbridge, 76 

Flliot L., 76 

Emily A., 76 

Klzira M., 76 

ICjjhraim, 76 

I^/ekiel, 76 

I>.ekiel F., 76 

Isaac F., 76 
Fohl, Julia Ann Barbara, 174, 176 
Foley, Martha L., 29 
Follett, I'"Jman (1., 179 

Mary A., 179 

Millie (i., 179 
Foote, Mrs. Joanna R., 39, 38 
Forbes, An<lrc\vJ., 85 

Angclinc Allen, .S5 

Clara Augusta, 85 

Melvin jarkson, 85 

Sarah iMnily, 85 
Foster, Ada, 42, 48 

Cliftord Waldo, 123 

l''dgar Martin, i 23 

Ernestine Francis, 125 

ICtwyn Norwood, 123 

George, 1 1 

H. Waldo, 123 

Helen L., 45, 49 

John, 123 

Margaret, 32 

Margaret A., 41 

Merlin M., 125 

Presley Eugene, 125 
Foye, Aurelia, 76, 90 
Freelove, John, 134 



Freeman, Almeda, 130, 131 
Freeman, Sarah, 51 

Benjamin, 79 

Sarah, 53 
French, Mr., 175 
Frink, Ida Estelle, 97, 108 
Frye, William, 143 
Fryer, Alexander Livingstone, 84 

Ella Augusta, 84 

Edith Livingston, 84 

Mary Margaretta, 84 
Galbraith, Margaret Young, 96, 

106 
Gale, Bessie C, 146 

Chadwick, 146 

Charles C, 146 

George N., 146 

Gertrude F., 146 

Lottie L., 146 
Gammon, Calvin, 129 

Charles, 35 

Roswell I)., 35 
Garlick, Egbert L., 162 

Evelyn A., 162 

Henry, 162 

Julia, 162 

Latham, 162 

Laura, 1 65 

Lewis, 162 

William K., 162 
Gay, Laura Pardee, 82, 99 
Gay nor, Lillian, 106 
Getman, Ral])h Leonard, 169 
Gibbs, Catherine, 119, 121 
Gilbert, Josephine, 92, 105 
(iill, Susannah, 63, 64 
Glascock, Alice, 9 
Glover, P'anny M., 138 

Frank W., 138 

George H., 138 

Huldah, 88 

Huldah Reed, 103 

Jarvis, 138 

Martha M., 138 

Mary E., 138 

Samuel Jr., 138 
Godfrey, Lucy F., 121 



INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



211 



Coding, Louisa Carter, 27, 34 

Coodman, John, 9 

Goodrich, Harriet M., 163, 165 

Lois, 161, 162 
Goodspeed, Frank H., 58 

Helen F., 58 
Gould, Mr., 54 

Abbie C, 154 

Clara, 144 

Clara Delia, 152 
Goward, Harriet, 139, 148 
Graves, Abbott F., 80 ^ 

Carrie ^L, 80 

James G., 80 
Gray, Joanna, 20, 61 

John, 62 

Mercy, 20, 1 11 
Green, Mary Emeline, 143 

Vesta, 170 
Greene, Emeline R., 151 
Greenlaw, Susan E., 31, 40 
Griffith, Charles Roscoe, 71 

Flora, 71 

Hezekiah, 71 

Jane, 71 

Lorinda Adelia, 71 

Lyndia Maria, 80 

Rufus Newman, 71 

Sabra Ann, 71 

Stephen, 71 
Hagar, Catherine O., 146 

George E., 146 

George S., 146 

Harriet W., 146 

James W., 146 

Kate, 146 

Lucy G., 146 

Susie B., 146 
Hakes, Alexander, 163 

Henry, 163 

Marion, 163 
Hale, H. Eliza, 144 
Hall, George, 54 

Henry North George, 102 

Jane C, 140, 148 

Mary, 143, 150 
Hamilton, Charles, 179 



Hammond, Edward E., 104 

Olive E., 104 
Hanson, Ann Guppy, 78 
Hardecar, David, 146 
Hardin, Samuel, 133 
Hardy, George Franklin, 96 

George Gresham, 96 

Jack, 96 

Phillip, 96 
Harlow, Abigail, 23, 113 

Eliza F., 25, 28 

Nathaniel, 68 
Harrington, Lucy Ann, 120 
Harrison, Earl G., 183 

George S., 183 
Hart, Anna C, 151 

Miriam B., 139, 147 
Hartshorn, Eleanor, 173, 176 
Harwood, Mr., 55 
Haskall, John, 18 
Haskel, John, 16 
Hatch, Jessie ^L, 54 

Ola ^L, 54 

Otis G., 54 

Seward, 54 
Hatcher, Charles W., 166 

Edward W., 166 
Hathaway, Rodolphus E^ 35 
Hay, James, 39 

Thomas, 39 
Hayford, Abigail, 68 

Alvarado, 68 

Alvira, 68 

Elizabeth D., 68 

Gustavus, 68 

Sophronia, 68 

Stillman, 68 
Hazen, Carleton, 52 

Edward, 52 

Norman, 52 

Solomon, 52 
Head, Abigail, 53, 55 

I^olly, 53, 55 
Heeks, Mr. 12 

Mrs., 13 

Robert, 14 
Heindall, Mrs. Ida M., 37 



INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



Henkle, Alexander G ., 154 
Heme, John E., 122 
Hersey, Rose, 35, 45 
Hibbard, 'rniman, 140 
Hickling, Hattie, 168, 170 
Hicks, Ada Amelia, 145 

Anna K., 145 

Charles H., 145 

Kli 15., 145 

I'^lniira M., 145 

Krank, 145 

Frederick, 145 

Harry, 145 

Helen G., 93 

Mary, 145 

Viva C, 145 

Walter, 145 
Hill, Marion Laurena, 95 
Hilliard, Elizabeth, 21, 171 
Hillis, Margaret M., 37 
Hitchcock, IClizabeth Fuller, 73 

Frederick L., 73 
Hobbs, Charles '1'., 91 
Hodgman, Mercy, 53, 54 
Hodgskins, Charles E., 30 
Holbrook, Alinira, 142 
Hollisler, Edward P., 138 

George L., 138 

Gurdon J., 138 

Janies B., 138 

Mary A., 138 

William J., 138 
Holman, Daniel, 137 
Holmes, Amelia D., 30, 38 

Elizabeth, 62, 63, 68 

Joseph C, 124 
Margaret, 69 
Homer, Mabel, 153 
Homeyer, Charles W., 44 

Frank Fuller, 44 
Hood, Elzira, 76, 89 
Hooper, Hattie, 105 
Hopson, George, 141 
Mary, 141 
Morton, 141 
William, 141 
Home, Ella F., 34, 44 



Horsford, Minerva, 86, loi 
Hosley, Stella Anstess, 55, 57 
Hosmer, Jessie Rlastow, 179 

William, 178 

William Austin, 179 
Houghton, Caroline, 59 
Houston, Sarah, 27 
Howard, Arthur G., 155 

Emily Louisa, 42 
Howard, James M., 167 
Howe, Thomas, 63 
Howland, Mary, 173 
Hull, Ellen LaCroix, 122, 125 
Humbert, Mr., 44 
Humphrey, Charles W., 121 

Mary G., 77 
Hungerford, Ada, 163 

J. Hiram, 163 

Jeremiah, 162 

Laura, 163 

Lois L., 163 

Maria, 163 

Thomas R., 163 
Hunnewell, John L., 64 
Hunt, Catherine, 96 

Esther Elizabeth, 96 

H. Eliza, 153 

James W., 121 

Merle, 96 

Rev. Nathan, 96 

Thomas, 69 
Huntington, Anna May, 40 

Charles A., 40 
Huntington, Edgar A., 40 

Helen A., 40 

Isabella F., 40 
Hutchinson, Rev. Joseph, 26 
Hyler, Alida D., 147 

Burnham, 147 

Elizabeth, 86 

Emma B., 147 

Halver, 147 
Ingles, Jesse, 173 
Irvine, William, 84 
Jackson, Diadema, 178, 182 

Joanna C. (Crocher), 164, 
167 



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INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



213 



Jackson, Mary, 20 

Thomas, 26 
Jacobs, Clara Louise, 57, 60 
James, Ralph, 1 1 
Jameson, Arthur, 139 

George, 139 

Gilbert, 139 

Isaac F., 139 

John, 139 

Rufus, 139 

Sarah Ann, 139 
Jamison, Mary, 84, 100 
Jarvis, Ruth, 108 
Jenness, Austin, 178 
Jenney, Mr., 172 

John, 13, 14 

Martha E., 151 
Jennings, Ida, 169 
Jennison, Ida E., 155 
Jessup, Edmond, 9 
Jewell, Mr., 161 
Johnson, Mr., 14 

Benjamin W., 45 

Frederick L., 45 

Lydia, 63 

Martha Lathrop, 98 

Sarah Jane, 143, 152 

Dr. William Elting, 79 
Jones, Amerette, 79, 94 

Mary, 89 

Omelia, 88, 103 
Jordan, Josiah, 26 
kalloch, Judson M., 38 

Kendall, 38 
Keene, Augusta P., 33, 43 

Polly E., 33 

Sally, 26, 34 
Keith, Josiah, 53 

Mary Stanton, loi, 109 
Kelman, John, 128 
Kempton, Manasseh, 14 
Kenerson, Ida M., 149, 157 
Kent, Clara L., 79, 95 
Keyser, Mary, 134, 136, 137 
Kingsbury, Caroline Neal, 73 

Ebenezer, 73 

Edward Payson, 73 



Kingsbury, Emeline Chapman, 73 
Henry Augustus, 73 
Jesse, 143 
Mary Elizabeth, 73 

Kingslcy, Elizabeth, 53, 56 

Kinney, Grace, 105 

Knight, Augustus, 155 

Knowlton, Maude Louise, 152, 

158 
Knox, Harry A., 72 

John W,, 72 
Kress, Edward F., 39 «. .. 

Eva B., 39 

Ottp,,.^ 
Kuhn, Sarah, 63, 64, 176 

Sarah E., iSo 
Lamb, Cyrus F., 115 

Dorothy Bradford, 115 

John Jerome, 138 

Lewis, 138 

Margaret Hope, 115 

Mary F.. 138 
I^ndon, Amelia J., 145 
I^ra, Mary A., 77 
Lathroj), Emma Chase, 81, 98 

Mary, 73 
I^aTourette, Elizabeth S., 99 
Lawrence, Edward, 65 
Learned, Chester H., 58 
Leach, Ebenezer, 128 

Elijah Jr., 127 

Lois, 128 
Learnard, Arthur Wyman, 151 

George W., 151 

H. D., 137 

Harrington DeWitt, 151 

Susan H., 151, 157 

Mildred A., 58 
Leavitt, Lydia, 70, 77 
LcBaron, Betsey W., 148, 156 
Lee, Bridget, 9, 10, 14 

Josephine, 9 

Samuel, 9 
Leighler, Elraira Jane, 176, 181 
Lenfest, H.irris, 176 
Leonard, Abigail, 137, 142 

Albert Mendell, 101 



214 



INDKX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



Leonard, Carrie G., 150 

I lannah, 118, 120 

William T., loi 
Lcsurc, Nancy, 137, 143 
Leverett, Amy, 136 
Lewis, Alice J., 154 

Andrew J,, 162 

lOlca/.cr, 15, 1S6 
Libby, Anna Maybclle, 39 

Frederick, 39 

Frederick IL, 39 
T^illian, Clara, 159 
Little, Eliza A., 75, 87 
Long, Charles S., 142 

Cora, 142 
Longworlhy, Olicta, 59 
Look, Florence M., 126 
Loomis, Charles A., 78 
Ix)ring, llcriha May, 44 

Charles S., 44 

Charles Sewall, 44 

Lucy, 171, 173 

Mary, 62, 63 
Lovell, Hannah, 171, 172 
Lovewell, Anna R., 35 
Lucas, John, 68 

Sarah E., 129 
Luce, Charles 1*^., 41 

Clifford L., 41 

Leonard W., 41 

Matilda, 74, 84, 85 

Nellie A., 41 
Lufkin, Elizabeth A., 30 
Lyon, Sophronia, 138, 145 
Macomber, Hannah, 112 
Macquivey, Charles Bartlett, 98 

Earl Wadleigh, 98 
Magoon, Andrew J., 57 
Mains, Sarah M., 177, 181 
Manchester, Angenette J., 84, 

TOO 

Martin, Elizabeth, 87 
Masters, Franklin Pierce, 176 
Grace Marie, 176 
Homer Eugene, 176 
May, Bradford Richmond, 119 
Clara F., 1 1 9 



May, George W., 119 

Ira, 119 

Ira William, 1 19 

Rozilla Ellen, 119 
Mayhew, Mary Florence, 87 
Maynard, Louis Peterson, 96 

Percival Hardy, 96 

Tillson Fuller, 96 
Mayo, Arthur Jewett, 42 

Bessie Reynolds, 42 

Ida May, 42 

Walter Huntington, 42 

AVilliam J., 42 
McCammon, Charles, 120 
McClellan, Thomas, 30 
McKnight, Beatrice B., 146 

Chad C, 146 

Fanny M., 146 

Henry, 146 

Louis E., 146 

Roma R., 146 
McMuUen, Anna, 174 

John H., 174 

Minnie Bell, 174 

Thomas, 174 
Mendell, Mary A., 86 

Mary Allen, loi 
Merrill, Dana, 27 

Hiram A., 34 

Louisa, 27 

Lucy A., 27 

Martha E., 27 

Ruth M., 27 

Samuel, 27 

Sarah J., 27 
Merritt, Frank W., 44 
Metcalf, Albert, 89 

Cyrus E., 89 

Helen G., 89 
Miller, Charles Henry, 94 

Charles M., 31 

Ellen J., 179, 183 

Francis, 94 

Hattie L., 31 

Levi B., 31 

Lizzie H., 31 

Margaret Anna, 94 



.y .-- 



INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



215 



Miller, William F., 64 
Mitchell, James, 103 

James E., 103 

Leone Agnes, 103 

Mary P., 129, 130 

Sarah J., 76, 89 
Moffatt, Maude, 170 
Monk, Ella Isabella, 103 

Eola Maude, 103 

Lysander J., 103 
Moore, Abigail, 27 

Helen T., 165, 167 

Roy, 35 
Morris, George P., 122 
Morrison, Ann Edmond Couch, 
92 

Augusta Elizabeth, 78, 92 

Esther L., 91 

Frank C, 91 

F. Clinton, 91 

Leonard F., 91 

Robert, 92 
Morse, Abigail, 34 

Mary P., 140, 148 

Tyler, 158 
Mossman, Catherine Safford, 32, 

41 
Morton, Alvira T., 166, 168 

George, 10 

Glenn W., 166 

Leon L., 45 

Ray F., 166 

Warren W., 166 
Mueller, Frederick, 95 

Frederick Ferdinand, 95 
Murdock, Mr., 127 
Murphy, Frank, 163 

Harriet, 163 

Henry, 163 
Murphy, Joanna, 163 

Nathaniel, 163 

Sarah, 163 

William, 163 
Murray, Charles E., 31 

Flora E., 31 

Jeremiah, 31 

Sarah J., 31 



Nash, Henry Frederick, 150 
Nelson, Caroline L., 138 

Caroline Ix)vina, 145 

John, 17, 19 

M^^'cy, 15, 20 

Robert, 9 

Thomas, 19 
Nesmith, Charles H., 29 

Jessie F., 29 

Walter F., 29, 121 
Newcomb, Mary, 178 

May, 1 82 

Robert Busby, 43 
Newton, ^L'^ry, 166, 169 
Nichols, Matilda C, 73, So 
Nicholson, Linnie M., 40, 47 
Noble, Mary A., 32, 41 
Norton, Carrie Ardell, 49 

Elizabeth, 75 

Walter F., 49 
Noyes, Caroline J., 56, 59 
Nye, Mary B., 119, 121 

Sarah, 25, 27 
Oggert, Frank T., 149 
O'Hara, Alice Mae, 50 

Alma Mae, 47 
O'Meally, George, 163 

Hiram, 163 

Lois, 163 

Lucy, 163 

Nicholas, 163 

Robert, 163 

Thomas, 163 

William, 163 
Orcutt, Hannah, 142 
Osborn, Frederick, 1 1 5 

Raymond, 1 15 
Osborne, Mary Alice, 37, 46 
Overlock, Margaret K., 147, 155 
Packard, Adreanna E., 32 

Emma L., 79 

Mrs. Emma L., 95 

Everline, 32 

Francis, 142 

Frank, 32 

Frederic, 32 

George W., 32 



2l6 



INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



Packard, Jane IL, 74, 84 

Jeremiah I ., 32 

John H., 32 

Lucilhis, 32 

Oi)helia P., 143, 150 

Sarah, 21, 134 

Sarah A., 32 

WilHam, 32 

Will H., 32 
Page, Beulah Asenath, 114 

Charles Ira, 114 

Florence Ella, 114 

Henrietta, 1 14 

Horace L., 114 

James Albert, 1 14 

William Horace, 114 
Parcher, Althea, 53, 55 
Parker, Annette, 32 

KUen, 32 

Irene, So, 95 

Lorna, 32 

N., 32 

Prentice, 32 

Robert E., 156 

Sally Ann, 32 

Sophia, 34, 44 

Sanford, 32 

Stephen, 52 
Parlow, Mary, 127, 12S 
Parsons, Harriet, 78, 92 
Patton, Henry H'., 80 
Patz, Ephraim, 1 12 
Payson, Amy E., 179, 183 
Peabody, Edmond Longley, 173 
Pease, ^Iary Ellen, 41, 47 
Peck, Nathan P., 144 
Peet, Jerusha, 140 
Penman, Fanny Maria, 97, 106 
Perkins, Clara, 36 

George A., 36 
Perkins, Huldah C, 164 

Jason, 164 

Joel, 128 

Leonice B., 164, 167 

Mary, 69, 75, 162, 164 

Mary M., 119 

Mary Martha, 122 



Perkins, Mercy, 1 16 

Robert V., 36 
Perry, Charles H., 126 

Lydia, 23, 24 
Peterson, Charlotte, 150 
Phelps, Anna Mary, 83, 100 
Phillips, George Sewell, 27 

Laura Ellen, 27 

Sewell, 27 
Philoon, Byron S., 77 

Dr. Charles E., 77 

Daniel L., 77 

Everett L,, 77 

George M., 77 

James, 77 

James E., 77 

James T., 77 

Loverna E., 77 

Wallace C, 77 
Phinney, Amy B., 29 

John, 29 

John C, 29 

Sophia M., 28, 37 
Piedmont, Celia M., 79, 95 
Pierce, Mr., 56 

Eda, 55 

Sarah Jane, 149 

Sarah J., 156 
Pierson, Mary, 30 
Pike, Sarah, 80 
Pinckney, Elizabeth, 64 
Piper, Edith Waldron, 42 

Ethel May, 42 

Robert F., 42 
Pitts, Mary A., 30 
Piatt, Jose])h, 161 
Pomeroy, H., 39, 47 

Lula A., 44, 48 
Poor, Howard Harrison, 54 

Mary Eunice, 54 

W. H. H., 54 
Pope, Susan A., 120, 124 
Porter, Alice, 160, 162 -^ 

Cynthia, 162, 165 

Mercy Barnum, 81, 87 
Potter, Anna E., 138, 145 
Powell, Bertha Lorine, 99, 108 



INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



217 



Pratt, Lucy A., 140 

Mary, 15, 21, 51 

Samuel, 133 

Sarah, 13S 

Silas, 130 

Sylvanus, 130 
Prencc, Rebecca, 13 

Thomas, i-i, 14 
Prentice, Alice, 186 

John, 185, 186 

Valentine, 186 
Priest, Degory, 9 
Prince, Deborah, 67 

Christopher, 67 

Hezekiah, 67 

Job, 67 

John, 67 

Kimball, 25, 67 

Noah, 67 

Ruth, 24, 25, 67 

Sarah, 67 
Provost, Lillie, 126 
Putnam, Lucy, 138, 145 
Quimby, Lucy ^L, 90, 105 
Raeuchle, Frederick Rudolph, 96 
Randall, Oeorge W., 121 
Ransden, Charles Raymond, loi 
Raphael, Sclleck, 38 
Rawson, Charles Fuller, 55 

Isabel, 55 

Warren, 55 
Raymond, Ebenezer, 20 
Records, Eunice, 76, 91 

Lydia J., 76 
Redding, Sadie B. (Richards), 

156 
Redman, Estyl Verna, iSi 
Reed, Lutheria, 147, 154 

^Lary A., 121 

Wallace E., 124 
Reigle, Isaac, 174 

Mary Emma, 174 

Susan Edith, 174 
Reynolds, Elisha, 76 

Ellen M., 76 

Everett E., 76 

Frank A., 76 



Reynolds, Herbert R., 76 

Mary V., 76 
Rice, Mr., 55 
Richards, Sadie B., 156 
Richardson, Candace, 54, 57 
Richmond, Clarinda, 172 
Rickard, Judith, 20 
Rider, Deborah, 133 

Columbus, 165 

Hannah, 61, 62 

Josei)h, H2 

Lois, 61, 62 

Maria, 51 

Sophia, 164 
Ring, Mrs., 13 

Andrew, 13 

Deborah, 20, 67 
Ripley, Ezekiel, 122 

Hannah, 117, 118 

Herbert E., 37 

Isaiah Jr., 118 

Josiah W., 37 

Sarah, 25 

Sarah W., 29, 38 
Robbins, Charles, 112 

Ebenezer, 6i 
Robbins, Lcavitt T., 64 

Rebecca, 1 1 1, 112 
Robinson, ICllen M., 146, 154 

Susan ^L, 30, 38 
Rogers, Harriet L., 30, 38 
Rose, Caroline E,, 30 

Charles A., 30 

Edwin, 30 

Edwin T., 30 

Helen D., 30 

Olive F., 30 

Samuel F., 30 
Rouse, Ada M., 145 

Frederick F., 145 

Henry !)., 145 
Rowe, Carrie Ellen, 104, no 
Rugglcs, Angenette, 176, 179 
Runnels, Lizzie H., 39 
Russell, Daniel, 32 

Everline, 32 

Flora A., 32 



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INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



RussfU, Jefferson 1)., 32 

Oscar, 32 

Sarah }., 32 
Uulhvcii, Helen, 81, 97 
Ryan, Cliarlcs, 163 

John, 163 

Margaret, 163 

'I'homas, 163 
Ryder, Anna H., 28 / 

Charles W., 28 / 

Oodfrey, 28 

Emily F., 175 

Frederic C, 28 

Isaac i)., 174 

'Ihonias Fee, 28 

William I Icnry, 28 

W infield S., 28 
Sampson, Abigail, 1 29 

.NFirtha, 20, 23 

I'riscilla, 20, 132 

Rachel (Standish), 23 
Sartle, Esther, 53, 54 
Savage, Mr., 185 

Caroline, 52 

Frederick, i 15 

Hasting, 52 

I^Fary, 52 

Olive, 52 
Sawin, l-lla Arline, 77 

John 1)., 77 

Frcscolt Dana, 77 
Sawyer, C.corge, 57 
Scott, Anna, 100 

Anne, 83 
Scovill, Maria, 73, 81 
Scranton, I'.lizabcth Raynor, 97 

lOli/.abcth Whitfield, 99 
Sharp, Martha, 81, 97 
Shaw, Abigail, 135 

E/ra, 69 

Nathaniel, 69 

Priscilla Vaughn, 25, 29 
Sherman, Daniel P., 85 

Deborah C, 1 19 

Deborah Cobb, 122 
Sherwin, Aurelius, 175 

Jennie, 175 



Shipley, Mr., 63 

Short, Elizabeth, 20, 127 

Silence, 20, 133 
Shurtleff, Futher, 69 
Sidelinger, Ambcline, 17S, 182 

Eliza Jane, 175, 178 
.Silkman, Helen Maria, 97, 107 
Simmons, Charles, 125 
Singer, Ida E., 31 

John William, 31 

Thomas S., 31 
Sinnette, Bertha A., 44, 48 
Sisson, Alfred A., 148 
Skinner, George M., 86 
Slater, Joseph Fuller, 100 
Smith, Allan Breed, 98 

Anna, i6o, 161 

Arthur Bernard, 104 

Betty, 68, 71 

Charles Richardson, 98 

Kthel, 55 

Fanny, 149, 156 

Frank Edson, 104 

Gertrude F., 55, 59 

Harry Lowell, 104 

Hattie, 55 

Hazel, 55 

Henry, 55 

J- A., 54 

James, 55 

James E., 55 

Kenneth, 98 

Lelica Fuller, 168 

Madge Louise, 104 

Martin, 119 

Mildred, 98 

Phillip Lathrop, 98 

Raymond R., 168 

Ruth Fuller, 98 

Sadie, 55 

Sarah, 68, 71 

Mrs. Sarah, 135, 140 

Sarah E., 88, 102 
Snell, Amy V., 39 

Charles R., 39 

Fanny, 39 

Joshua O., 39 



INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



219 



Snow, Anna !>., 30, 39 
Betsey, 139, 148 
Mary Jane, 30, 39 
Snyder, Charles Edward, 43 
Edward C, 43 
Grace Reed, 43 
Lester William, 43 
Soule, Deborah, 20, 25, 27, iii 
Dorcas, 119, 121^ 
Mary, 1 19 
Edwin, 164 
Faith, 129 
Isaac, 128, 164 
Mary, 1 2 t 
Sally, 70, 77 
Southworth, Edward, 9, 10 
Mary H., 71, 78 
Thomas, 17, 18 
Sparhawk, Mary, 173, 175 
Sparling, Mr., 55 
Elfreda, 55 
Oscar, 55 
Susan, 55 
Spaulding, Ada, 40, 47 
Spear, Frank N., 43 

George Dana, 43 
Henry Dyke Ncwconib,43 
Marjorie Fuller, 43 
Spelman, Jane A., 64 
Spellnian, Mary F., 28, 37 
Spence, Sarah, 40, 47 
Spofford, Angle M., 31 

Arthur Henry, 103 
Edson E., 103 
Ethel Bernice, 103 
Hannah J., 31 
John S., 31 
Samuel F., 31 
Sarah M., 31 
Sprague, Phineas, 17 

Samuel, i7i 19 
Spring, Orpha L., 156, 159 

Rebecca L., 113, 114 
Stamford, Martha Fuller, 98 

William Boyd, 98 
Standish, Capt., 12 

Albert Warren, 25 



Standisn, Ernest, 25 

George Waller, 25 

John, 25 

Mercy Angeline, 25 

Rachel, 23 

Sarah Fuller, 25 
Staniels, Charles T., 95 
Staples, Thomas F., 113 
Starr, F'ran!: F., 185 
Stearns, Ruth A., 159 
Stebbins, Abner, 27 

Abner Henry, 27 

Charles Emerson, 27 

Josiah, 27 

Sarah Jane, 27 
Steele, Kaihryn Irvine, 108, no 
Stetson, Sarah Amanda, 87 

Hannah, 27, 35 

Horace M., 38 

Sarah A., 75 
Stephens, Sylvanus, 68 
Stevens, Celia B., 76, 88 

Deborah, 70 

Edward, 70 

Eleanor Elizabeth, 103 

Ellura, 70 

Freeman N., 46 

Harold Elwoud, 103 

Hazel Electa, 103 

Issachar, 70 

Lemuel, 70 

I, ester L., 103 
; 1-ester Leigh, 103 

Melintha, 70 
i Phehe, 70 
I Phillip Haskell, 103 

Phylinda, 71 
Stevenson, Cassie, 125, 126 
Stocking, Henrietta, 140, 148 
Stodder, John L., 143 
Stone, Lucy W., 164, 167 
Storis, Arthur Hovey, 99 

Elizabeth Scranlon, 99 

Janet, 99 

William R., 99 
Strange, P^tta, 156 
Stuart, Frederick Elbridge, 90 



220 



INDF.X TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



Stuart, Giles A., 90 

'rhercsa Crystal, 90 
Sturgcss, Rev. Mr., 149 
Sturicvanl, Isaac, 23 
James, 66 

Luciiidn, 25, 29 

I'riscilla, 1 iX, i 20 
Sally, I i<S, 119 
Suiiiiier, .Alfred Wriyht, 74 

ICli/.abeth, 74 

Jeremiah, 62 

Dr. John NewmaM, 74 

Mary, 74 
Sutton, .Xbif^ail .\., 74, 83 , 
Swallow, Olive A., .S9, 104 
Sweel/.cr, I.yclia Stowell, <So, 96 
Swenson, duslava ()., 121, 125 
Swelt, Mar,narel 1)., 90, 105 
Swift, Abraham, •.40 

John 11., 140 

Josei)hine, 141 
Symons, 'I'homas, 1 2 
Sylvester, (leorge S., 121 

l.ydia, i 24, 1 26 
Taintor, .\bigail, 161 

Cyrus K., 161 

ICrastus P., 161 

Ira li., 161 i 

Joseph, 161 

Lucy, 161 

Orsamus, lOi ; 

Pally, 161 ;• 

Rufus II., 161 i 

Taylor, lOddy S., 175 ; 

Klla, 175 ' 

Mylon O., 175 
Orivelle, 175 '■ 

Oren, 175 ' 

Rosaunah 1 1., 1 75 i 
Sarah M., 72, 79 

Tclfer, IJelle, 166 

Terry, Samuel, 9 

Thatcher, Charles M., i<S6 

Thayer, Ida, 149 

Sarah K., 81, 96 
Susan .Ann, 150 

Thomas, Bessie Church, 43 



Thomas, Carl Webster, 43 
Daniel, 43 
Earl Cordon, 43 
Eva Cladys, 43 
Frank Waldron, 43 
Crace Chaffin, 43 
Hannah, 20, 117 
Isaac, 73 
Josiah, 73 
Josiah C, 73 
Marry, 7 i 
Mary, 113, 114 
Thomson, .Alexander II., 93 

Lucinda, 166 
Tliouii)son, Mr., 160 

Annie W., 78, 93 
liarnabas, 69 
Cornelia Estelle, 35 
Dora M., 35, 45 
Elizabeth, 21, 160 
John, 127, 160 
Margaret C, 29, ^S 
Maria Porter, 124 
Mary E,, 120, 123 
Mercy, 78 
Noah, 69 
\Villiam H., 35 
Zerviah, 117, 118 
Thorn, Sarah, 52 
Thorndike, H. .A., 41 
Tifl, George Frank, 114 
Tilden, Sarah, 69, 74 
Tillson, Rebecca, 68, 72 

Joanna, 1 17 
Tinkham, .Anna, 66 
Lucy, 67, 68 
Lucy T., 29 
Tisdale, Betsey, 135, 139 
Ethel Maria, 100 
Harry, 100 
I^ura Louise, 100 
Tobcy, Eihvard S., 173 

Silas, 173 
Tobin, Ada F., 71 

Albina AL, 71 
Albion K., 71 
Augustus, 71 



INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



221 



Tobin, Ezra F., 71 

Jane Angeline, 71 

John, 71 

Joseph, 71 

Lydia, 71 

Marcellus, 71 

Matthew, 71 
Tollman, Mary, 156 
Town, Elizabeth, 54, 57 

Sarah, 53 
Trevett, Emma, 105, 140 
Turrell, Abel, 140 

Amy, 140 
Tuttle, Mr., 161 

Alice Arabine, 89 

Frederick Addison, 89 

Hannah, 162 

Herbert Ezekiel, 89 

Lillian Arabella, 89 

Royal Ellsworth, 89 

Shirl Montel, 89 

Velorus, 89 
Twain, Mark, 93 
Ulmer, Alice, 147 

Jennie, 147 

Matthias, 147 
Upham, Ruth, 77 
Vaille, John, 86 
Vaughn, Josei)h, 16 

Polly Ann, 74, S;^ 
Verrill, Ezekiel, 26 
Vincent, Rebecca J., 148, 156 
Von Briesen, Franziska, 93 

Fritz, 93 

(iernda, 93 
Vose, Maria, 76, 90 
Wade, Charles Edward, 99 

Clara Buckley, 99 
Wadsworth, Arthur, r8o 

Dorothy, 72, 79 
Wagg, George W., 33 

Josephine W., 33, 43 
Wakeley, Mr., 150 
Walker, Alfred, 151 

Antoinette A., 34, 44 

Gertrude, 106, 1 10 

Theresa, 31, 41 



Wallen, Mrs., 1 1 
Walsh, Geor<;e W., 45 
Ward, Donald Carling, 99 

Florence Elizabeth, 99 

Fremont Fuller, 99 

Winfield Fremont, 99 
Wardell, Addie, loi 
Warner, Lydia A., 32, 42 
Warren, .Ann Eliza, 142 

Ann Josephine, 142 

Augustus, 141 

Elijah, 141, 142 

Ella, 142 

Eunice F., 142 

Jay, 142 

John, 71 

Laura Augusta, 142 

Martha Augusta, 142 

Mary .Minerva, 141 

Otis F., 141 
Washburn, Azuba, 26 

Catherine, 135, 140 

Eunice, 27 

Everline, 26, 32 

Hannah NL Weston, 130 

John, 24 

Mary, 24 

Phillip, 1 13 
Waterman, Mr., 21 

Nancy, 162, 164 
Watson, John, 186 
Way, Caroline, 72 

Celia M., 72 

George, 72 

Gilbert, 72 

Henry S., 72 

Herman, 72 ^ 

Sarah, 72 
Webster, Allen, 152 
Weed, Adelia, 162, 165 

Leslie, 179 

Reliance, 26, 31 
Weeks, Bertha Maude, 156 

Charles, 146 

Reuben, 146 

Ruskin, 146 

William, 146 



222 



INDEX TO OTHKK NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



Wells, Augusta, 142 

Elizabeth Mercy, 142, 150 
VVentworth, Lottie M., loi, 109 

Margaiet, 31, 40 
West, Capt. I'^lias, 73 

Hannah, 65, 68, 73 

Harriet, 64 

Nathan, 73 
Westgate, Adaline M., 130 
Weston, Mr., 187 

Klizal)eth, 67, 69 

Hannah M., 130 
Wheaton, Christopher C, 144 

I lattie ICli/.abeth, 144 

Julia I'^limina, 144 

Julius Davis, 144 

Junnius Levi, 144 

Samuel Davis, 144 

Sarah, 144 

Williston Wayland, 144 
Wheeler, IClla F., 166, 168 

Jennie, 14C) 

Joseph S., 56 

Kathcrine, 166 

Lillian IL, 56 

Mary, 82, 98 

Mary 15., 125 

Mary K., 123 

Stednian C, 56 
White, Abiel, 118 

Abigail, 135, 140 

Albert, 118 

Anna, 9, 10 

Caroline, 145 

Cyrus, 1 1 8 

Frank IL, 145 

Frederick, i iS, 145 

Kittie, 145 

Libbie G., 145 

Linus, 145 

Lucy, 118, 145 

Mary Wenlworth, 15S 

Nettie E., 145 

Peregrine, 10 

Resolved, 10 

Salem, 145 

Salem H., 145 



White, Susanna, 9, 10 

Thomas F., 118 

Willard, 145 

William, 9, 10 
Whiteside, Catherine Sophia, 

141, 149 
Whitherbee, Alfred C, 46 

Beryle Sylvia, 46 

Caroline F., 46 
Whitmore, Elizabeth A., 176, 181 
Whitney, Hattie, 144 

Hattie M., 152 

Thomas B., 150 
Whiltemore, Levi, 26 
Wight, Austin F., 178 

Kendrick F., 178 

Maurice W., 178 

William Fessenden, 178 

Zenas F., 178 
Wiglitman, Jane, 55, 59 
Wilbur, Clara F., 167 

Hannah F., 84 

Llerbert Lemuel, 148 

Lemuel Keith, 148 

Mabel Fuller, 148 

Marion Elizabeth, 148 

Mary L., 84, 100 
Wilcox, Charles Arlington, 148 

Charles D., 148 

Beatrice, 183, 184 

Emily F., 148 

Herbert Augustus, 148 
Wiley, Laura, 136, 141 

Robert, 141 
Williams, Caroline W., 143, 150 

George E., 33 

Jane S., 164, 166 

Roger, 12, 13 

Thankful, 139, 147 
Willis, Edmund, 1 1 1 

N. P., 122 
Wills, Ernest R., 45 

Rose Alberta, 45 
Wilson, Josephine Boyden, 175, 
177 

Mary B., 143, 142 

Minnie, 149 



INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLERS. 



223 



Wilson, William, 149 
Winnie, Archibald, 8^ 

Clara, 83 

Jennie Louise, 83 

John, 83 
Winslow, Mr., 10 

Edward, 10 
Winsor, Clara, 64 

Elbridge G., 64 

Eugenia, 64 

Mary Helen, 64 
Winthrop, John, 14 
Wixon, Oscar F., 114 
Wood, Mr., 57 

Abel, 15 

Anne Elizabeth, 84 

Barnabas, 15 

Benjamin, 15 

Betsey Loretta, 166 

Doris E., 163, 166 

Experience, 18, 19 

Henry, 14 

Ichabod, 15 

Jabez, 20 

James, 15, 17, 19, 186 

Loretta B., 169 



Wood, Margaretta, 84 

Samuel, 16, 19 

Spencer Shepard, 84 

Tabor, 161 

William, 138 
Woodman, Isaiah, 25 
Woodard, Martha A. C, 86, 102 
Woolson, Emilie Rebecca, 180, 

184 
Wormwood, Cora Louise, 166 

Ina May, 166 

Obadiah, 166 
Wright, Carrie B., 177, 182 

Mrs. Priscilla, 12 

Ruth, III 

Sarah, 20, 51 

Thankful, 128 

William, 10, 11, 12, 13 
Wyman, Evelyn L., 44 
Wynslow, Edward, 13 

John, 13, 14 
Wynthrop, John, 12 
Zierath, August, 163 

Cora, 163 

William T., 163 



SUPPLEMENT 



TO THE 



GENEALOGY 



OF 



SOME DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER 
OF THE MAYFLOWER.- 



PREFACE. 

In 1908 I published the above-mentioned volume, and the 
following pages contain additional information concerning Edward 
Fuller's descendants gained from correspondents, from research, from 
other genealogists and those interested in Fuller genealogy. That 
volume is referred to in these pages as Volume i. Mr. F. A. Fuller, 
number 301 of the 6th Group, Vol. i, formerly of Mt. Vernon, 
N. Y., now of Buffalo, who published in 1896 a leaflet on 
" Mayflower Fuller Genealogy," has found much relating to the first 
and tenth groups; Miss Clara C. Fuller of Holland Patent and 
Ossining, N. Y., most of that relating to her branch in the first 
group, and Mrs. Gardner Fuller, wife of number 74 of the twenty- 
sixth group, has given much aid in tracing the families of that group. 
In this supplement the individual numbering in the group is 
discontinued except numbers taken from Vol. i. The supplement 

has its own separate index. 

Wm. H. Fuller. 
Palmer, July, 19 10. 



EXPLANATION FOR THE SUPPLEMENT. 

The names of the sons who have famihes and whose record is 
extended are printed in heavier type and the use of the symbol t 
is discontinued. 



ILLUSTRATIONS IN THIS SUPPLEMENT. 

Portrait of Major Russel Fuller of the First Group. 
Portrait of Simeon Russel Fuller of the First Group. 



SUPPLEMENT TO VOLUME i OF 
FULLER GENEALOGY. 

There is no additional information concerning descendants in the 
earlier generations not grouped in Volume i. 

FIRST GROUP. 

SOME DESCENDANTS OF SAMUELS FULLER, {Barnadas\ 
Samuel i, Samuel^, Edunird^). 

SIXTH GENERATION. 

7. LOT^ FULLER, {Samuel^, Barnabas^, Samucl\ Samud\ 
Ed7uard^), b. Sept. i8, 1733, in Barnstable, ^L'lss. ; d. July 12, iSii, 
in Sandisfield, Mass.; m. , Rachel , probably in Col- 
chester, Ct.? who d. Feb. 28, 181 2. 

He came to Bolton, Ct., where he and his w. Rachel joined the 
church April 13, 1760. In 1768 he Iwught land in Sandisfield, 
where he and his wife were admitted to the church May 7, 1769. 
Lot Fuller is mentioned on Conn. French and Indian War Rolls, 
June 9 to Dec. i, 1756, 2d Regt. 

Children, born in Bolton, Ct. (In preparing the MSS. for Vol. i, 
a list of births of these children was overlooked, which contained 
Simeon's name, and a list of baptisms used, which did not include 
Simeon) : 

I. Lot', b. May 6, 1760. Lot P'uller was a soldier in the 
Revolutionary war, and the U. S. Pension Records give 
following information concerning him : " liom at 
Bolton, Ct., May 6, 1760; date of death not stated; 
date of application for pension, Sept. 11, 1832; claim 
allowed; residence at date of application, Floyd, 
Oneida Co., N. Y. ; residence at enlistment, Sandisfield, 



230 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Mass.; battles cngayed in — Taking of Burgoyne ; date 

of first enlistment, Sept., 1776; of last enlistment, July, 

1778; length of service, 7 months in all ; rank, private. 

Soldier's brother Simeon was 70 years old and a resident 

of Steuben, N. Y., in 1832. No other data as to family." 

Jones' History of Oneida Co., N. Y., mentions Lot Fuller on jury, 

1 80 1. The Potter family genealogy mentions the marriage of Eliza 

Jane Potter, b. Sept. 7, 1804, dau. of John and Hannah Potter, to 

Lot F'uller, Dec. 10, 1S27, perhaps a son of Lot? Fuller. 

H. SIMEON^, b. Oct. 21, 1762; m. I, Mary Cook; m. 2, 
Wealthy Woodward Horton. 
HL Judah?, b. Feb. 3, 1765. See Vol. 1. 

IV. Rachel?, b. Ai)ril 16, 1767. Nothing further found — not 
mentioned by Sandisfield to.vn clerk as on the vital 
records. Children, b. in Sandisfield : See Vol. 1. Noth- 
ing additional learned of them. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

1:5. SAMUEL^ FULLER, {Joshua^, Samuel \ Barnabas \ 
Samuc/i, Samiu'l^, Eihoard^), b. Dec. 25, 1752, in Bolton, Ct. ; d. 
1841, at Brant, Erie Co., N. Y. ; m. I'^sther Flagg and settled in 
Burlington, Vt. 

He was a private in (>ol. Ashley's Regt. in 1776, and later a ser- 
geant in Col. Moses Nichols' Regt. at Saratoga in 1777, and was 
present at the battle of Bennington, Aug. 16, 1777. 
His children were : 
L Joshua'^, b. July 18, 1781 or 1782. 

H. Joanna'' or Nancy, b. Dec. 28, 1785 ; m. Spear. 

HL Mary Lovisa^, b. April 16, 1787; m. Dec. 4, 1805, Enan 
Clark at liurlington, Vt., and had: Lewis y, Clarissa 9, 
Asa'^, Reuben W.'' and one other child, a daughter. 

IV. Esther'^, b. June i, 17S9 ; m. t'lagg. 

V. DANIELS b. June 9, 1792 ; m. Siba Chittenden. 
VL William ^ b. Oct. 5, 1794. 

VH. ASA^ b. April 27, 1798; m. i, Abigail ; m. 2, 

Hannah Pierce. 

SIMEON 7 FULLER, {Lot^, Samuel, Barnabas^, SamueH, 
Samuel^, Edioard^), b. Oct. 21, 1762, in Bolton, Ct. ; d. Dec. 7, 
1852, in Steuben, N. Y. ; m. i, March 31, 1785, Mary Cook; m. 2, 
Sept. 23, 1790, Wealthy Woodward Horton. 




Captain Simeon Fuller. 



SUPPLEMENT. 231 

Simeon Fuller was a soldier of the Revolution, and the U. S. 
Pension records show that he enlisted April 17, 17S1, from Sandis- 
field, Mass., and served as private until the fall of 1782 under 
Captain Fox, Col. Henry Jackson's Regt. ; re-enlisted and served 
until Jan. 4, 1784, under Capt. Fowler, Col. Greaton's Regt.; 
applied for pension July 4, 1832, from Steuben, Oneida Co., N. Y., 
and claim was allowed. 

"Soldier's age at date of application 70 years, and soldier's brother 
Lot was 72 years of age and a resident of Floyd, N. Y., in 1S32. 
No other data as to family. 

Simeon Fuller is the only soldier of that name in the Mass. or 
N. Y. service found on the Revolutionary war pension records- 
On Mass. war rolls described as 5 ft. 7 in., with light coraplexioa 
and light hair. He resided for a time in Fort Ann, Washington Co., 
N. Y., where he was a captain of militia ; removed to Steuben about 
1792; was a pioneer settler there and one of the most highly 
respected men of the county. 

Children, except the first two, all b. in Steuben, N. Y. : 
I. Mary^, b. Feb. 17, 1786; d. Jan., 1813 ; m. Sept. 7, 1S07, 
Daniel Douglas and had: Alanson^, b. Aug. 15, iSoS, 
and George^, b. Aug. 10, 181 1. 
11. SBIEON^, b. July 25, 1791 ; m. Minerva Sprague. 
HI. RUSSELL^ b. Sept. 5, 1795 ; m. Lydia J. Potter. 
IV. JOHN V/OODV/ARD^ b. June 29, 1797; m. i, Mariah 
Barnes ; m. 2, Marietta Shurtlef!. 
V. Catherine^, b. April 14, 1800; d. Dec. 18, 1 886, at Water- 
town, N. Y. ; m. Feb. 7, 1821, John W. Pierce, b. Aug. 
i5» 1798, in Philadelphia, Pa.; d. July 4, 1877. Their 
children were: John F.9, b. May 18, 1S22, at Remsen, 
N. Y. ; Lydia Ann9, b. Nov. 24, 1823, at Remsen; 
William G.9, b. Sept. 26, 1826, in Floyd, N. Y., where 
also were born Wealthy9, Dec. 10, 1829 ; Simeon F.^, 
Sept. 25, 1831 ; Isaac9, Aug. 3, 1833 ; DeWitt C.9, Sept. 
12, 1835; Russell F.9, Feb. 28, i^ijS; George^, April 
28, 1840; Charles E.9, Oct. n, 1842, and Franklin', 
Oct. 12, 1845. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

33. DANIEL^ FULLER, {Samuen, Joshua^, Samuel^ Barnabas\ 
Samuel^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. June 9, 1792 ; d. May 11, 1S66, 
in Irving, N. Y. ; m. 1816, Siba Chittenden, who d. Oct- 25, 1841, 
at Brant, Erie Co., N. Y. 



232 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Daniel Fuller served in the war of 181 2 and in 18 16 was keeping 
an inn in iJurlinglon, Vt., and removed to Hamburg, or Brant, N.Y., 
about 1828. 

Children, the first five h. in liurlington, the others in Brant: 
I. Lemira", b. Jan. 16, 1817 ; d. 1870, in Richmond, 111.; m. 
Harmon Hall and had: Sophia'°, b. 1830; Ellen'°, 
Albert'", .Mary'°, Harmon'", Rosetta'°, Lucretia '° and 
Violetta'". 
H. SAMUEL BETHUEL", b. Feb. 25. 1S19; m. Eliza Hall. 
HI. WILLIAM HARRISON", b. Sept. 15, 1822 ; m. Mira Pierce. 
IV. Caroline", b. Jan. 31, 1824; d. March 22, 1889, at Cherry 
Hill, Ta. ; m. Horace Clark, b. Dec. 25, 1817, and had: 
Caroline'", Rhoda'", George'", Flora '" and Albert'". 
V. Esther", 1). March 27, 1827; d. Dec. 11, 1905, at Irving, 
N. V. ; m. Francis Tinney and had : Clarissa '°, Dorwin '" 
and Francis Ail)erl'". 
VI. ALBERT CHITTENDEN", b. May 4, 1830; m. i, Lucy 

Marsh ; m. 2, Sophronia Marsh. 
VII. Louisav, b. June 6, 1833; d. May 29, 1859; m. Jan. 2, 
1851, Amos Clark and had : Caroline Rose'", b. Feb. 2, 
1852; Ellen, b. Dec. 2, 1854; Maryette'", b. Feb. 2, 
1857, and Amos Adelbert'", b. May 22, 1859. 
VIII. Elizabeth", b. Nov. 14, 1838; d. .^ug. 10, 1866; m. Eleazer 
Clark and had Ida F.'", b. i860, at Collins, N. Y. 
IX. Siba", b. Oct. 20, 1841 ; d. Sej)!. 10, 1903, at Rice Lake, 
Wis.; m. i, Peter 'i'inney ; m. 2, Chester Scott. The 
chiklren were: Ida'", Minnie'", Chauncey'*', Marion'", 
Elmer '", Rali)h '", Peter '" and Caroline '«. 



•i'*. ASA"" FULLER, {Sann/ei'i, Josliiux^\ Samuel^, Barnabas^, 
Saiiitic/i, S<vitucl\ Kihvan/^), b. April 27, 1798, in Burlington, Vt. ; 

d. May 6, 1869, in Drant, N. V.; m. i, Abigail ; m. 2, 

Hannah Pierce, who d. at Wonowoc, Wis. 

Children : 

I. HENRY", b. ; m. Margaret Swartout. 

II. Esther", b. ; m. George Whitmore ; both d. at 

Wonowoc, and left one son, who resides there. 

HI. Delias b. ; m. West. 

<TV. Sarah '^, b. v ; d. at Wonowoc ; m. Israel Colvin and 

had: Dallas'", Clarissa'", Charles'", Jeannette'", 
Leonard'" and Delia'", five of whom are living. 

Jane'^, b. ; m, Thomas West and had: George'", 

b. Aug. 12, 1S50, and Julia Frances'", b. . 




Russell Fuller. 



SUPPLEMENT. 233 

VI. Rhoda9, b. ; m. Nathan Fiske ; both dead. Their 

only child, Dode Fisk, is proprietor af the " Dode Fisk 
Circus." 
VII. Charles^, b. 1S29 ; d. Dec. 17, 1S51. 
VIII. Julia9, b. 1S40; d. Nov. 25, 1852. 

IX. GEORGE'^, b. ; ni. Elizabeth Parker. 

X. Leonard?, b. July, 1848; d. Oct. 21, 1S48. 

62. JOHN HARVEY^ FULLER, {Judahi, Lot^ Samuel^ Barna- 
bas^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Eihoard'^), b. Oct. 18, 1797, in Sandis- 
field, Mass.; d. ; m. Elizabeth . 

Notes from Southwick, Mass., records show that " Henry, 
widower," b. Sandisfield, son of Judah and Sarah (Hastings) Fuller, 
d. March 15, 1881, aged 84 y. 4 m. 28 d. 

SH.IEON^ FULLER, {SimeonT, Lot'', Samud^, Barnabas*, 
Samue/i, Samuel'^, Edward^), b. July 25, 1791, in WestfieUI, Wash- 
ington Co., N. Y. ; d. Sept. 15, 1S62 (also given 1861 ), in U'iHoughby, 
C; m. April (also given March) 20, 1820, Minerva Sprague, b. al 
Middlefield, N. Y. ; d. April 6, 1S66, at Willoughby. 

The local history says " Simeon Fuller emigrated to I jke Co., O., 

in 1 818. He served six years as Associate Judge; three years as 

County Commissioner in Cuyahoga Co. ; six years in the State 

Legislature and two years in the Senate. 

Their children, all b. at Willoughby, were : 

I. Russell9, b. April 23, 1821 ; d. Dec. 5, 1879, ^^ Willoughby; 

m. Amelia Whitney. No issue. 
II. GEORGE 9, b. Sept. 26, 1822 ; m. Eliza B. Ferguson. 
III. Louise?, b. Oct. 5, 1827 ; m. Dec. 30, 1847, David Ijiw and 
had; Malcolm '°, b. Feb. 12, 1S49; Myron '°, b. March 
16, 1851 ; Isabella Minerva ""j b. Aug. 4, 1S53; Jane 
Alicia'°, b. March 12, 1859, and George Fuller'", b. 
June II, 1863. 

RUSSELL^ FULLER, {Simeo/P, Lo/^ Samue/s, Barnabas^, 
Satnuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Sept. 5, 1795, at Steuben, N. Y. ; 
d. there March 10, 1856 ; m. Feb. 25, 1821, Lydia J. Potter. 

"Major Russell Fuller was one of the oldest and most prominent 
residents of Steuben. He twice represented Oneida County in the 
Legislature, and held various other offices of trust and honor." 

Their children were : 
I. SIMEON RUSSELL9, b. Nov. i, 1821 ; m. Martha White. 



234 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

II. Mary'?, b. July i8, 1S23 ; d. Nov. 29, 1901, at Holland 
Patent, N. Y. ; m. Sept. 28, 1853, Henry Stanton of 
Wcthcrsfield, Ct. They resided in Trenton, N. Y. Had 
no children. 

JOHN WOODWARD^ FULLER, {Simcom, Lot^ Samuel, 
Barnabas'', Samuel i, Samuel \ Eihcani^), b. June 29, 1797, in 
Steuben, N. Y. ; d. .April 8, 1S6S, at .Alexandria Bay, N. Y. ; m. i, 

Feb. It 1825, Mariah Barnes, who d. ; ni. 2, Jan. 3, 1832, 

Marietta Shurtlefl, b. Jan. 29, 1808, in Leroy, N. Y. ; d. Feb. 20, 
1901, 

All births and deaths in this family up to 19 10 have been at 
Alexandria Bay. 
Children : 
I. Sarah Maria'', b. Jan. 23, 1833 ; d. Feb. 6, 1855 ; unmarried. 
H. Catherine ;\mclia'', b. Dec. n„ 1834; m. Jan. 22, 1861, 
William Maxwell Thompson, b. July 24; 1834, at 
^'allorytown, Ontario, Canada, who d. July 19, 1899. 
ChiUlren : Marietta'", b. Nov. 11, 1861 ; John Fuller'", 
b. March 5, 1864, and Frederick William'", b. Jan. 4, 
1S67. 
HI. Cornelia Ann'", b. May 28, 1837; d. Sept. 21, 1863, 

unmarried. 
IV. Lucia ICllen'", 1,. Oct. i, 1839 ; a. Aug. 31, 1857 ; unmarried. 
V. Marietta'", b. May 15, 1842; m. Oct. 3, 1864, Martin Joy 
Hutchins, b. Nov. 7, 1825, in Schuyler, N. Y., and had : 
Martin Joy'", b. Jan. i, 1867, and Frank Fuller'", b. 
March 4, 1869; both born at Redwood, Jefferson Co., 
N. Y. 
VI. Juliet'?, b. Feb. 3, 1845 '> "^- J^^X ^> 1869, Andrew Calhoun 
Cornwall, b. Jan. 2, 1844, at Pultneyville, N. Y., and had : 
Bertha'", b. June 4, 1873 ) Bessie Cornelia'", b. April 3, 
1875; Andrew Howard'", b. Dec. 30, 1876; Fuller 
Frederic'", b. Oct. 13, 1879; Andrew Raymond '", b. 
April 30, 1882, and Mary Catherine'", b. Oct. 10, 1886. 
VII. John Taylor'?, b. Sept, 25, 1847 ; m. Aug. 19, 1901, Alma 
Bernice Pyne, b. Dec. 27, 1868, in Conracon, Ontario, 
Canada. No children. 
VIII. Francis Evelyn^, b. May 4, 1850; d. Sept. 5, 1863. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

SAMUEL BETHUEL'^ FULLER, {Daniel^ SamueP, Joshua^, 
Samuel^, Barnabas^, Samuel i, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Feb. 25, 




John Woodward Fuller. 



SUPPLEMENT. 235 

1819, in Burlington, Vt. ; d. Dec. 15, iSSi, in Brant, N. V'.; m. 
Eliza Hall, b. Feb. 2, 182 i ; d. Feb. 12, 1901, at Farnham, N. Y. 

He served as a drummer in the Civil war. 

Their children were : 

I. Bethuel'°, b. April 7, 1842 ; d. Dec. 27, 1862 — a soldier in 

the Civil war, ii6th Regt. N. Y. Vols, 
n. Villette'°, b. May 22, 1S43; d. '.pril 4, 1S44. 
ni. Harriet H."°, b. March 24, 1845; d. March 29, 189S; m. 

Oct. 7, 187 1, Robert Wilsf n and had: Robert", Purdy" 

and Elizabeth ". 
IV. Ellen D.'°, b. May 12, 1848; m. 1869, W. T. Ward and 

had: Samue' ", b. May, 1870, and Harry". Resides 

in Sylvan Grove, Kan, 

V. Celia'°, b. June 29, 1852; m. Nov. 9, 1S70, John Horton, 

b. April 9, 1842. Resides at Angola, N. Y. 
VI. DANIEL L.'°t ^- June 24, 1854 ; m, I, Emma Francis; m. 2, 

Kate Andrews. 
VII. Susan P.'°, b. Sept. 23, 1856; m, Dec. 12, 1S75, Aaron 
Reeves, b. May 20, 1855, and had: Gertrude M.", b. 
July I, 1876; Grace E.", b. Jan. 11, 18S6, and 
Daniel", b. May 8, 1881. Resides at Evans, N. Y. 
VIII. Siba'°, b. May 19, 1859 ; d. Jan. 24, 1861. 
IX. Mark B.'°, b. Nov. 23, 1864 ; d. 1865. 

WILLIAM HARRISON-^ FULLER, {name/^ SumucP, jo>hiuz\ 

Samuel^, Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Sept. 15, 
1822, at Burlington, Vt. ; d. 1905 ; m. Jan. 25, 1S42, .Maria Pierce, 
b. May 21, 1825. He removed to Wonowoc, Wis., in 1857, where 
he was Justice of the Peace for 12 years. 
Children, all born in Brant, N. Y. : 

I. Harry P.'°, b. Nov. 16, 1843; <^- '^"g- '4> 1S59. 

II. Daniel D.'°, b. Aug. 22, 1845 ; d. Sept. 9, 1S50. 

III. WILLUM BETHUEL'°, b. Feb. 27, 1847; m- Lucreiia 

Willard. 
IV. FRANQS W.'°, b. Jan. 8, 1849 ; m. Emily Hayden. Resides 

at Minot, N. D. 
V. ALBERT C.'°, b. March 7, 1851 ; m. Lina Ide. Resides at 
Wonowoc. 

VI. CHARLES D.'°, b. Dec. 3, 1853; m. Matilda Eaton, who d. 



VII. Mary'°, b. 1857 ; m. Dec. 24, 1879, George H. Jenewein 
and had Gladys Myrl ", b. June 6, 1884. Resides at 
Wilton, Wis. 
VIII. Harry D.'°? b. June 5, 1870, in Wonowoc; d. Feb. 8, 1875. 



236 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

ALBERT CHITTENDEN'^ FULLER, {Danici% SamucP, Joshua^, 
Sai/uui^, Biiniabas^, Sainitcl^^ Samuel'-, Eibvani^), b. May 4, 1830, 
in Brant, N. Y. ; tl. June 16, 18S5 ; m. i, Dec. 25, 1851, Lucy 
Marsh, who d. Aug. 2, 1854, at Irving, N. Y. ; m. 2, Feb. 16, 1856, 
Sophronia Marsh. 

Albert C. Fuller served in the Civil war ; was Sergeant in the 100th 

Regt. N. Y. Vols., and was in the battle of Fair Oaks. For 17 years 

he was an engineer on the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern R. R. 

and resided at Irving and Silver Creek, N. Y. 

Children : 

L Juliette'", b. Nov. 3, 1853, at Irving, N. Y. ; m. i, Oct. 21, 

1874, William \. Watt, b. Sept. 9, 1848, at Sheridan, 

N. Y., and had: Lucy", b. July 15, 1875; Susan 

Emclyn", b. March 26, 1877, ^'^^ Juliette", b. ; 

m. 2, Oct. 9, 1901, Albert H. Stebbins. Resides at 
Bradentown, Fla. 

HENRY" FULLER, {Asa^, Samucn,/oshua(', Samuc/s, Barnabas^ 

Samiic/i, Sa.'iiitcl-, lidward'), b. ; d. about 1892, at Brant, 

N. Y. ; m. Margaret Swartout. 

Children : 

I. Julia'", b. about 1854, at Brant; m. Frank Vorce and had 
three children. 

GEORGE" FULLER, {Asa^, SamueP, Joshua'\ Samuel \ 

Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Ethoanl ^), b. , at Brant, 

N. Y. ; d. Dec. 23, 1900, at Collingwood, O. ; m. Elizabeth Parker. 

He was a soldier in the ii6th Regt. N. Y. Vols, in the Civil 
war. 

Children : 
I. Masie'°, b. ; m. and resides in Cincinnati, O. 

GEORGE" FULLER, {Simeon^, SimeofP, Lof", Samuel^, Barnabas^, 

Samueli, Samuel^, Edicanl'), b. Sept. 26, 1822, at Willoughby, O. ; 

d. Dec. 31, 1879, at Houghton, Mich.; m. Feb. 26, 1846, Eliza B. 

Ferguson, b. at Willoughby, An::. 26, 1826. Resides at Warren, O. 

Children born to theui were : 

I. Alice Helen '°, b. Dec. 13, 1846, at Kirtland, O. ; d. May 16, 

1876, at Houghton; m. Aug. 11, 1864, Graham Pope 





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SUPPLEMENT. 237 

and had: George Fuller", b. Aug. 13, 1S65; Helen 

Graham", b. July 8, 1866, and Mary Courtney", b. July 

2, 1870; all b. at Houghton, Mich. 
H. Flora Ferguson'", b. March 7, 185 1, at Bedford, O. ; d. Dec. 

13, 1854, at Ottawa, O. 
HI. GEORGE THEODORE'", b. Dec 25, 1852; m. Anna 

Danielson. 
IV. Percival Logan '°, b. Nov. 17, 1856, at Ottawa, O. ; d. June 

20, 1863, at Houghton. 
V. Simeon Ferguson'", b. Oct. 27, 186 1, at Houghton ; ra. Nov. 

25, 1902, Bertha Ellen, and resides in the City of 

Mexico. 
VI. JOHN DANA'", b. Sept. 25, 1863 ; m. Alice Drinkwater. 
VH. Marion Lincoln'", b. April 9, 1867; d. May 9, 1895, at 

Detroit, Mich. 
VHL Louise'", b. j d. aged 26 years, at Detroit. 

SIMEON RUSSELL" FULLER, {J^ussr//^ Simton7, Lo/^Samu^'/s^ 
liarnabas'^, Saviucl^, Samuel^ Edxoard^), b. Nov. i, 1S21, in 
Holland Patent, N. Y. ; d. there June 5, 1902; m. there Sept. 10, 
1851, Martha White, who survives him. 

Their children, born in Steuben, N, Y., are : 
L Clara Cornelia'", b. Aug. 26, 1852. 

H. Frank Russell'", b. Nov. 21, 1856. 

All residents of Holland Patent, N. Y. 



TENTH GENERATION. 

DANIEL L.'" FULLER, {Samuel B."), Daniel^, SamueP.Joshua^ 
Samue/^, Barnabas "^^ Samuel'^, Samuel^, Edward ^^y b. June 24, 
1854; m. I, Emma Francis; m. 2, Kate Andrews. 
Resides at Sylvan Grove, Kansas. 
Children by first wife : 

L Jessie", b. ; m. Frederick McCahaid. Resides in 

New York. 



WELD^M BETHUEL'" FULLER, ( William H.% Danirl\ Samuel\ 
Joshua^\ Satnuel^, Barnabas^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward ^^^ b. 
Feb. 27, 1847, at Brant, N. Y. ; m. 1866, Lucinda Willard. 

Resides at Camp Douglas, Wis. 



238 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Children : 
I. Alta M.", h. Jan. 8, 1868; m. LaFayette Shear and has 

one son, Vern. Lives at Ernfold Sask, Can. 
II. Maria", b. June 6, 1869; ni. Ehiier Leach and has Lynn", 
I)on'^ and an infant. Resides in Minneapolis, Minn. 

III. Arthur Adelbert", b. July 31, 1870. Resides at Camp 

Douglas. 

IV. George W.", b. Jan. 21, 1878. Resides at Pasco, Wash. 



FRANCIS W.'" FULLER, {William H.9, Daniel^, SamueP, 
Joshua'\ Samuel^, Barnabas'^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. 
Jan. 8, 1849 ; m. March 4, 1870, Emily Hayden. 
They reside at Minot, N. D. 
Children : 
I. I'^lgin Ellsworth", b. Feb. 2, 1872; m. Anna R. Greenup 
and has three children living : Romeo L.", Wilbur D.'* 
and Elgin Lee'*. Resides in Seattle, Wash. 
II. Nellie May", b. Aug. i, 1876; m. April 20, 1895, C. W. 
Hurd and has: Elmer" and Ethel". Lives at Great 
Falls, Mont. 

III. Everett W.", b. March 11, 1884; m. June 20, 1906, Otilda 

Larson and has: Rachel" and Clarence". Lives at 
Minot, N. I). 

IV. Lucy M.", b. Sept. 29, 1889. Resides at Minot. 

ALBERT C" FULLER, ( IVilliam H^, Daniel^, SamueH, Joshua^, 
Siimiicl^, Barnabas'^, Sainucli, Samuel^, Edward^), b. March 7, 
1851 ; m. Lina Ide. 
Children : 

I. Ralph", b. ; m. Dolores Manning and has two 

children living. 

II. Claude", b. . 

All reside in Wonowoc, Wis. 



CHARLES D,'" FULLER, {IVilliam H.^, Daniel\ Saviuen, 
Joshua^\ Satnucl^, Barnalxjs^, Samuel^, Samuel"^, Edward^), b. 

Dec. 3, 1852 (also given 1853) ; m. Matilda Eaton, who d. . 

He is with the Dode Fisk C'ircus. 
Children : 

I. William ", b. ; m. and has four children. Resides at 

Couderay, Wis. 



SUPPLEMEhfT. 239 

II. Carrie", b. , ni. Thomas Durkee and has one son. 

Resides at Willow River, Minn. 

III. Ernest ",b. . Lives at Vancouver, B. C. Unmarried. 

IV. Edith", b. ; m. . 



GEORGE THEODORE -^ FULLER. ( Georqe9, Simeon\ Simeon-i, Lot\ 
Saviuel^, Barnabas^, Sa»iuei^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. Dec. 25, 
1852, at Bedford, Ohio; d. March 21, 1879, at Akron, O. ; m. 
May 26, 1880, Anna Danielson. 

Children, all born at Calumet, Mich. : 
I. Mary Louise", b. June 12, 1881. 

II. Anna Elizabeth", b. Jan. 28, 1883. 

III. George Theodore", b. May 28, 1886. Resides in Lawrence, 

Mich. 

IV. Russell J.", b. March 28, 1889; d. Feb. 25, 1907. 

V. Helen Graham", b. Aug. 3, 1902. 

JOHN DANA'° FULLER, {Georg-o, Simeon^ Simeon-i, Lot\ 
Sdtnuei^, Barnabas'^, Samuel^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. SepL 25, 
1863, at Houghton, Mich.; m. April 9, 1887, Alice Drinkwater, b. 
in Bristol, England. 

Children, all born in Hancock, Mich.: 
I. George Stanley", b. Feb. 11, 1888. 

II. Glendora May", b. Oct. 24, 1890. 

III. Alice Helen", b. Nov. 5, 1S92. 

IV. Laura Jean", b. June 6, 1895. 
V. Dorothy Mildred ", b. June 14, 1901. 



SECOND GROUP. 

7. Isaac*^ Fuller, m. April 18, 1754, Susan Wadsworth of Pem- 
broke, Mass. (Pembroke Records.) 
49? Edmund D.? b. Middleboro, to David ^ B. and Eunice 
(Catheart) Fuller; m. May 27, 1S93, Mary A. Rogers. 

Children : 
I. Charles Wesson", b. April 8, 1894. 
/ II. Genevieve A.", b. March 18, 1896. (Barnstable, Mass., 
Records.) 



240 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

SIXTH GROUP. 

98. Maria Asenath" (Fuller) Paine. The Second Annual 
Reunion of the Fuller Cousins was held at the home of 
Henry A. Paine in Belchertown, Mass., in Sept., 1909. 
125. Adaline Margaret^, Her daughter, Clara Adaline", m. 

William Andrew Fan Benthuysen. 
136. Anna Maria", It was A/r. Fair who died in 1893. 
138. George Wiilard'^, d. Jan. 2, 1909, at his home in Deerfield, 

Mass. 
172. ICrskine A.'^ d. Feb. 19, 1894, in Clintonville, O. ; m. June 17, 
1.S56, Harriet Maria Stanley, b. Nov. 9, 1831, at West 
Hartford, Ct. Mr. Fuller was extensively engaged in 
slock farming at Clintonville. 
Their children were: 
I. Abbie'", b. May i.;, 1S60; m. June 17, 1895, Henry M. 
M etchers, a lun.ber dealer of Saginaw, Mich., and had 
two daus. that d. young. 
H. Mary'", b. Nov. 26, 1S61 ; d. March 2, 1893, at Columbus, 
O. ; ni. July 8, 1886, Grayson H. Osborn, b. Oct. 14, 
1856, at St. Louis, Mo. She left a dau., Helen Harriet", 
b. March 8, 188S, at Columbus. 
HI. Kathcrine Stanley'", b. Feb. 4, 1870; m. June 17, 1896, 

ICarl C. Peters and had Dorothy", b. July 19, 1897. 
IV. Martha Elizabeth'", b. Sept. 7, 1874. (Thomas Hooker 
Genealogy, 1909.) 
222. Melville Weston 9, d. July 4, 19 10, at his summer home in 

Sorrento, Me. 
252. Warren D.'^, d. 1909, at his home in Ludlow, Mass. 
433. Hurt C." 
Children : 
I. Blanche '% b. 1891. 
IL Alta lioUe'S b. 1893. 
III. Karl A.'^ b. 1897. 



NINTH GROUP. 

17. .Albert^. \ 

Capt. Albert Fuller d. Dec. 3, 1844, aged 42. ( 

Mary (Chase) Fuller d. Aug. 31, 1846. 

Son .Mbert", d. Jan. 29, 1842. 

Dau. ^L'lry Helen^, d. Jan. 30, 1838, aged 4 years 5 months 
41. Jehiel^, b. March 8, 1839. 



SUPPLEMENT. 24 1 

TENTH GROUP. 
SEVENTH GENERATION. 

10. EBENEZER7 FULLER, {Ebcnezer^, Ebenezer^, Thomas'^, 
Johni, Samuel ^, Edward'), b, Nov. 8, 1772, in Hebron, Ct.; d. 
May 10, 1858, in Cazenovia, N. Y. ; m. March, 1801, Hannah 
House, b. July 25, 1782, d. April 16, 1847. They settled in 
Cazenovia, about 1802. 

He was a man of cheerful disposition, energetic, active, of 
industrious habits, and at his death was mourned by a large circle of 
friends. 

Their children, all born at Cazenovia, were : 
I. Polly s, b. March 19, 1802 ; d. Feb. 7, 1854. 
n. ERASTUS% b. Nov. 25, 1803; rn- Lucretia Gilbert, 
ni. Harriet^, b. Oct. 25, 1804; d. Jan. 25, 1876, at Coming, 
N. Y. ; m. Dav.d Smith, who d. 1864, and had son, 
James, who d. July 18, 1902. 
IV. Emily ^ b. July 27, 1806; d. Feb., 1858; ra. Orange Hill 

and had one daughter. 
V. JOHN H.'', b. Jan. 9, 1809; m. i, Wilhemina Tucker ; na. 2, 
Susan Carder. 
VI. TERRELL^ b. Aug. 18, 1813; m. Charlotte FrizeU; m. 2, 

Jane Card. 
VII. DWIGHT A.\ b. Jan. 27, 1815 ; m. Jane E. Merrick. 
VIII. GEORGE WASfflNGTON^b. March n, 1818; m. Adeline 
Bradley. 
IX. RALPH D.^ b. Feb. 26, 1820; m. Adeline Coney. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

ERASTUS'^ FULLER, {EbenezerT, Ebenezer^', Ebenezer^, Thomas\ 
JohiT', Satnue/^, Edward'), b. Nov. 25, 1803, in Cazenovia, N. Y.; 
d. March 22, 1873, ^^ New Woodstock, N. Y. ; m. OcL 17, 1832, 
, Lucretia Gilbert, b. Feb. 6, 1809, d. July 19, 1867. 
He was a farmer residing at New Woodstock. 
Their children were : 
I. HARRY H.9, b. Sept. 13, 1833 ; m. i, Frank? Randall; m. 2, 
Flora Jones. 
, II. TRUMAN G.9, b. May I, 1835 ; m. Malinda Smith. 
[ III. Eraily9, b. Aug. 8, 1837 ; d. July 2, 1856; unmarried. 



242 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

IV. Helen", b. July 31, 1S39 ; d. Feb. 16, 1859; m. Oct. 15, 
1857, Gustavus Bissell. No children. 

JOHN H." FULLER^ {El>cnezer\ Ebenezcr^', Ebenczer^, Thomas\ 
John^, Samuel', EdKiard^),\i. Jan. 9, 1809, in Cazenovia, N. Y. ; 
d. June 7, 1890, at New Woodstock, N. Y. ; m. i, Wilhemina 
Tucker, b. 1814, d. 1845; ni. 2, Jan. 27, 1851, Susan Garder, b. 
Aug. 17, 1827, d. March 15, 1905. 

He was a farmer at New Woodstock. 

There were three children, all of whom died young. 

TERRELL^ FULLER, {EbcnczcrT, Ebcnezcr^, Ebcnezer^, Thomas^, 
Johfi^, Samuel', Eihoanl^), b. Aug. 18, 1813, in Cazenovia, N. Y. ; 
d. Jan. 15, 1 87 1, at Corning, N. Y. ; m. i, Charlotte Frizell; m. 2, 
Jane Card, who d. Dec. 17, 1873. 

He was in the boot and shoe business in Corning. 
Children : 
1. CHARLES '^ b. 1844; m. Susan Kimball. 
H. Mary'^, b. P'eb. 17, 1847; d. Nov. 2, 1909; m. Wallace 
Reed, who d. . 

DWIGHT A.' FULLER, {Ebeuezeri, Ebcnczcr'\ Ebenezer^, 
Thomas*, Johii^, Samuel', Edward^), b. Jan. 27, 18 15, in 
Cazenovia, N. Y. ; d. May 19, 1S90, at Corning, N. Y. ; m. 1839, 
Jane E. Merrick, b. Oct. 31, 18 iS, d. Aug. 28, 1902. 

He was a farmer at Corning. 

The children born to them were : 
I. George Washington '^ b. July 19, 1841 ; living (19 10) in 
Corning. 

H. Dwight \..'>, b. Sept. 5, 1847 ; d. March 9, 1907. 

HI. Franklin'^ b. April 2, 1852 ; d. Aug. 7, 1858. 

IV. William V, b. April, 1856; d. Dec. 27, 1856. 

V. Jennie E.", b. June, 1858; d. July 22, i860. 

VI. Samuel !).'>, b. July 11, 1863; d. Sept. 23, 1876. 

(George W. and Dwight L. Fuller, bachelors, were for many years 
proj^rietors of the Dickinson House at Corning. They took care of 
their mother, who was blind for many years before her death. — F. A. 
Fuller.) I 

GEORGE WASHINGTON^ FULLER, {Ebcnczcri, Ebe7iezer\, 
Ebenezer^, Thomas'^, John^, Sa/nuel^, Edward^), b. March 11,' 



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1818, in Cazenovia, N. Y. ; d. Dec. 28, 1904, at Pulaski, N. Y.; m. 
June 15, 1843, Adeline Bradley, b. Feb. 15, 1822, d. Oct. 8, 1893. 

He was a druggist at Pulaski. 
Their children were : 

I. THEODORE B.*^, b. Aug. 15, 184- ; m. Cora Kenyon. 

II. Ann E.9, b. April 11, 1846; d. Sept. i, 1848. 

III. GEORGE HOUSE 9, b. Jan. 20, 1848 ; ra. Sarah Beckwith. 

IV. May Elizabeth 9, b. Feb. 12, 1850; living 19 10. 
V. WELIAM D.9, b. Sept. 16, 1855 ; m. Sarah Tifl. 

VI. Emma Jane9, b. March 4, 1861 ; living 1910. 
VII. Alberta9, b. May 2, 1863 ; d. May 30, 1863. 

RALPH D.^ FULLERt {Ebenezeri, Edenezer^, EbenezerS, Thomas^ 
John^, Samuel'^, Edward^), b. Feb. 26, 1820, in Cazenovia, N. Y.; 
d. May 21, 1886, at Portland, N. Y. ; ra. Dec. 22, 1859, Adeline 

Coney, b. Feb. 12, 1831. 

He was a merchant at Portland. 

They had one son : 

I. GEORGE WASHINGTON ''^ b. Nov. 26, i860; m. Bemeda 
Fary. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

HARRY H.^ FULLER, {Emstus^, Ebenczeri, Ebenezer^, Ebentur^, 
Thomas'^, John'!', Samuel^, Edward*), b. Sept. 13, 1833; d. Feb. 
22, 1896, at Cazenovia, N. Y. ; m. i, Frank? Randall, b. OcL 9, 
1855, d. ; m. 2, Flora Jones. 

He resided at Cazenovia. 
; By first wife he had six children. No further record received. 

> TRUMAN G.9 FULLER, ( Erastu^, EbenezerT, Ebenezer^, EbairxrS, 
Thomas'^, Johti^, Samuel'*, Edward^), b. May 8, 1835 ; m. Malinda 

: Smith, who d. . 

I He resides at Cazenovia, N. Y. 
I Children : 

I. Emmett'°, b. Nov. 16, 1859 ; m. Alvira Buxton. 

II. ERNEST'°, b. Jan. 30, 1861 ; m. Alice Coats. 

III. Truman G.'°, b. Aug. 14, 1863; m. May Jones. 

IV. Bert'°, b. Aug. 22, 1872; m. Jessie Magee; resides at 

Cazenovia. 
V. Delphine '°, b. Aug. 9, 1876 ; ra. Arthur Cook. 



244 DESCENDANTS OK EDWARD FULLER. 

GIARLES'^ FULLER, {Tcn-ell^, Ebenczert, Ebenezer^, Edenezer^, 
Thomas \ John ^, Samuel'', Edjvard'), b. 1844; d. June 17, 1895, 
at Corning, N. Y. ; m. 1873, Susan Kimball. 

He was a merchant at Corning. 

Children : 
I. Fanny '°,b. . 

THEODORE B.9 FULLE-R, {Geor<^€ JV.% Ebenczert, Ebenezer^, 
Ebnifzcr^, Thomas'^, John^, Samuel^, Ediaard^), b. Aug. 15, 1S44; 
d. July 31, 1896, at Batavia, N. Y. ; m. Aug. 5, 1882, Cora Kenyon. 

He was a clerk at Batavia. 

Children : 
I. A daughter, b. Sept. 8, 1887. 

GEORGE HOUSE" FULLER, {Gror^^c W.\ Ebniezer\ Ebcnczer\ 
Ebcnezcr^, Thomas ^, John^, Samuel^, Edivard^), b. Jan. 20, 1848; 
m. Sept. 17, 1S73, Sarah Beckwith. 

He is a druggist at Pulaski, N. Y. 

Children : 
I. Kdward Hill'", b. July 22, 1875. 

H. George B.'", b. June 20, 1877 ; d. Aug. 20, 1878. 

WILLUM D." FULLER, {George JF.^ Ebcnezer-}, Ebenezer^', 
Ebenezer^, Thomas^ John^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. Sept. 16, 
1855 ; d. Jan. 25, 1898, at Syracuse, N. Y. ; m. Sept. 8, 1880, Sarah 
TifTt. 

He was a druggist at Syracuse. 

Children : 
I. A. Bradley'", b. March 8, 1883. 

H. R. Tifft'", b. July 23, 1889. \ 

GEORGE WASHINGTON -^ FULLER, {Ralph D.\ Ebenezer\ 
Ebenezir'', Ebenezer^, Thomas^, John^, Samuel^, Edward^), b. 
Nov. 26, 1S60; m. Mays, 1891, Berneda Fay, b. March i, 1869. 
He is engaged in grape culture at Portland, N. Y. 
Children : 
I. Beatrice'", b. March 8, 1893. 
H. Ralph'", b. Aug. 26, 1S97. 
HI. Donald'", b. Feb. 2, 1899. 



SUPPLEMENT. 245 

IV. Gertrude'", b. Jan. i, 1903. 
V. George Weston '°, b. March 6, 1908. 

TENTH GENERATION. 

ERNEST '° FULLER, {Truman G.9, Erastus'^, Ebenezerl, 
Ebenezer^, Ebcnezer^, Thomas'^, John^, Samuel', Edward^), b. 
Nov. 16, 1859; m. Dec. 31, 1883, Alice Coats. 

He is a farmer at Cazenovia, N. Y. 

Children : 
I. Josephine", b. . 

TENTH GROUP-Continued. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 
IS. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS ^ FULLe, (AV^/-^ Ebcncz^rs^ 

Thomas'^, John ^, Samur/*, Ed^vard^), b. March i, 1775, in Hebron, 
Ct. ; is probably the Frederick Augustus Fuller who settled in 
Rutland, Vt., and d. there in 1832 ; m. Rachel Gordon. 
Children : 

I. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS^ b. May 24, 1813; m. i, Emeline 

Rathbone; m. 2, Marcia B. Marsh. 
II. Gordon B.«, b. . 

III. Francis^, b. . 

IV. A dau., b. ; d. unmarried. 

I EIGHTH GENERATION. 

I FREDERICK AUGUSTUS'^ FULLER, {Frederick A. 7, Roser-, 
Ebenczer^, Thomas^, John^, Samuel', Edward^), b. May 24, 1S13, 
in Rutland, Vt. ; d. ; m. i, June 19, 1838, Emeline Rath- 
bone, b. May 27, 18 15, d. Feb. 6, 1886, at Jamestown, N. Y. ; m. 2, 
Oct. 3, 1889, Marcia B. Marsh, b. Dec. 17, 18 14. 

I Children : 

I. FREDERICK AUGUSTUS'', b. April 10, 1839; m. Cornelia 

Ludlow Benedict. 
II. Dudley B.9, b. March 10, 1843; d. May, 18S9, at San 
Francisco, Cal. 
III. William Rathbone9, b. Feb. i, 1846 ; d. June 26, 1S73. 

IV. Charles Gordon^, b. Aug. 9, 1856; m. Isabella H. . 

Resides at Evanston, 111. 



246 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

FREDERICK AUGUSTUS"^ FULLER, {Frederick A^ Frederick A.7, 
A'o^cr", fJ>inezer^, 'Ihomas-^, Johni, Samuel^, Edward^), b. April 
10, 1839, in Rutland, Vt. ; m. May 24, 1866, Cornelia Ludlow 
Benedict, who d. Dec. 22, 1891. 

He resides in Jamestown, N. Y. 

Children : 
I. Frederick Augustus'", b. ; d. in infancy. 

II. Russell Seymour'", b. Aug. i, 1871, in Brooklyn, N. Y. 

III. Cliflord Rathbone '°, b. Feb. 17, 1873, in Brooklyn. 

IV. Gordon Carter'", b. Aug. 3, 1884, in Brooklyn. 

ELEVENTH GROUP. 

15. Irad7; m. Jan. 16, 1804, Chloe Mills. 

41. Ilalsey'*; m. May 29, 1822, Lydia Lee. 

43. Gurdon^; m. April 25, 1848 or 1849, Evelina S. Brigham, 2d 

wife ? 
48. Warren*^; m. Oct. 26, 1814, Vesta Marsh and had: Timothy 

Mills'^, b. July 22, 1815 ; Alfred^, b. June 15, 1817, twin 

with Adaline'^ 

51. Jehiel^; m. Dec. 28, 1822, Betsey Coming. 

52. Thankful^; m. Jan. 8, 1823, Jacob Newell. 
54. Asenath**; m. Nov. 21, 1S27, Horace White. 

76. Ella'^ Ul er dflm Her dau., Mrs. Brown, d. July, 1909. Her 
son, Alvin Wilson '° Comstock, m. Nov. 2, 1899, Harriet 
Young. Children: Phyllis N.", b. Aug., 1900, and Alvin 
Fuller", b. May 13, 1903. 

79. L. Lavinia'^; m. Aug. 6, 1845, ^r. Stejjhen Griggs. 

149. Frank Revilo'"; m. March 26, 1894, Laura Hayes Fuller. 

150. Charles'"; m. Nov. 10, 1892, Mary Antoinette Hait. 

NINETEENTH GROUP. 

42, Page 196, vol. I. Jonathan'^ (called John in newspaper) 
d. in .\dams, Mass., June 4, 1909, aged 78 years, at the home of his 
sister, Mrs. Hannah Hildrcth. He leaves a son, Albert of Concord, 
a dau., Mrs. William Crafts of Springfield, Mass., and a dau., Mrs. 
Alvin Horton of Pittsfield, Mass. He had always lived in Savoy, 
Mass. 



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TWENTY-SECOND GROUP. 

70. Fred Henry9, m. Nov. 7, 1906, in Lee, Mass., Lela M.Wright. 

TWENTY-THIRD GROUP. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

10. SYLVANUS7, b. Feb. 24, 177S, at Kent, Ct. ; d. March 6, 
1848, at Carlisle, O. ; m. March 2, 1S06, in Plymouth, Pa., Detsey 

(Winton, b. Jan. 24, 1780, d. Oct. 19, 1856, at Carlisle, dau. of Ezra 

< Winton of Weston, Ct. 

j Family moved to Carlisle about 1S29 and settled on 400 acres, 

I two miles from Elyria, O. This homestead is still (1910) in the 

I Fuller family. 

[ Children, all b. in Pennsylvania : 

I I. Paulina W.*^, b. March 11, 1807; d. May 1, 1S74 ; m. June 
I, 1835, Dr. Benjamin Franklin Robinson of Elyria, 
Ohio, and had: Charles \\'.'>, b. May iS, 1S36; Eugene 
F.9, b. Jan. 3, 1842. All dead ; no descendants of this 
family living. 

j II. Lydia^, b. Nov. 4, 1809; <^- > '° Cleveland, O. ; m. 

Abner Barber in Pa., about 1828. Had five children, b. 
in Ohio: Elizabeth'^, Minerva 9, Asa '>, Antoinette'^ and 
Van Buren9. 
III. Bradley'', b. June 8, 1812 ; d. Aug. 12, 1814. 
IV. Betsey A.^ b. Feb. 9, 181 5 ; d. April 25, 1901 ; m. Feb. 22, 
1837, Charles Drakeley of Carlisle, O., and had : Henry 
C.'', b. Oct. 13, 183S, and Pauline '\ b. Feb. 20, 1S41, 
who m. Sept. 19, 1865, at Madison, Wis., H. Levander 
Farr. 

Mrs. Pauline Fuller Urakeley Farr of Madison, Wis., furnished 
this additional information regarding descendants of Sylvanus?. 
V. Charles F.^, b. June 24, 1818; d. Nov. 12, 1839. 
VI. ABRAM^ b. xMay 20, 1820; m. Caroline Bassett Hurd. 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

ABRAM^ FULLER, (Sy/vanusy, Joshua^, Joseph^ Joseph\ 
Johni, Samuel^, Edward*), b. May 20, 1820; d. Dec, 1SS9; m 
about 1849, Caroline Bassett Hurd. 



248 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Children : 

I. Metta'^ b. ; d. aged 2 years. 

11. CHARLES'^ b- about 1854 ; m. Cora V. Garrett. 

NINTH GENERATION. 

CHARLES'^ FULLER, {Al>ra,n'^, SylvanusT, Joshua^, Josephs, 
Joseph \ John i, SiJinuc/^, Edward^), b. about 1854; m. Cora V. 
Garrett of Carlisle, O. 

He still owns the P'uller homestead near Elyria, and a large 
property in Cleveland, O., where he resides. 

Children : 
I. Carrie '°,b. . 

SEVENTH GENERATION. 

oO. CHAUNCEY^ Among the papers on Fuller genealogy 
belonging to the late Charles Richardson Smith (See No. 319 of 
Fifth Grouj) — Dr. Samuel Fuller descendants) mention is made of 
Chaunccy Day Fuller, b. June 25, 1799, son of Jehiel and Hannah 
(Hill) Fuller of Centremoreland, Pa. 

Chauncey Day Fuller d. 1867, in Freemansburg, Pa.; m. Sarah 
Wheeler. 

Children : 
I. JAMES W.^ b. ; m. Clarissa Miller. 

H. Orlando^ b. . 

HI. CHARLES DORRANCE^ b. . 

IV. George W.s, b. . 

V. Abbott «, b. . 

EIGHTH GENERATION. 

JAMES W." FULLER, ( Chaunccy D.t, Jehicl\ Joseph s, Joseph •, 

John'!', Samuel'', Ed7vard'),h. , in Freemansburg, Pa.; d.- 

about 1872, in Catasauqua, Pa.; m. Clarissa Miller. 
Children : 
I. JAMES W.'', b. 1845 ; m. Katharine Maria Thomas. 

n. Orange M.v, b. . 

^H. Clarissa C.'^, b. . 

V. Abbott F.9, b. . 

■. Clinton '>, b. July 24, 1858. 






SUPPLEMENT. 849 

CHARLES DORRANCE^ FULLER, (.Chauncfy D.\/ehUlf>, Josephs, 
J'^^seph^, Johni, Samuel*, Edward^), b. ; d. ; 

T • 

Children : 

A dau., Irene9, b. ; m. Alex N. Ulrich. No reply 

received to inquiries for information. (A Stephen 
Fuller is mentioned from Ct., who settled in Plymouth 
Township, Pa., about 1 768-1 773. — Wright's HisL of 
Plymouth, Pa.) 

NINTH GENERATION. 

JAtlES W.9 FULLER, {James IV.% Chauncey Z>.7, Jehiel\ 
JVoseph^, Joseph^, Johni, Samuel*, Edward*), b. 1845, io beaver 
^ leadow, Pa. ; m. Kathrin Maria Thomas. 
Children : 

L George Llewelyn '°^ b. . 

II. Maud Miller '°, b. ; m. J. S. Elverson. ^ 

III. Blanche '°, b. ; m. Dr. L. A.-SUfkr: <i A U P^V>^ 

IV. May Louise '°, b. . ^ ,• _^ , . ., . 

V. James W.'o, b! -iVJii. ■. % c,^^^. -vvv^^.-. 



TWENTY-SIXTH GROUP. 



SIXTH GENERATION. 

7. ROSV/ELL^ FULLER, {Abrahams, Joseph^, John\ Samuel', 
^dward*), b. Sept. i, 1774, in Kent, Ct; d. Mar. 20, 1840, in 
Ilerrinton, N. Y. ; m. Hannah Berry, b. in Kent, 1775, d- «^' 
Crrand Isle, Lake Champlain, 18 19. 

He lived at Grand Isle until his wife's death, then removed to 
If'errinton. 

Children : 
L JEREr,IIAH7, b. ; m. . 

II. Ebenezer?, b. ; d. aged 22 years. 

III. \nLUm ST. PIERRE, b. ; m. . 

IV. WELLS B.^ \ j^i^ b . ( m. . 

V. WALES', p^''^"^- '\m. . 

VI. ffiNRY TOWER', b. April 27, 1825; m. Sarah Percival 
I Strong. 



250 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

VII. Ly(iia7, b. ; d. aged 72; m. James Baker. No 

issue. 

VIII. Hannah?, 1). ; d. aged 44 ; unmarried. 

IX. Mary Ann?, b. ; d. aged 19 ; unmarried. 

X. Jcannelte?, b. ; d. aged 14. 

Since daughters are placed last, correspondent has not probably 
mentioned the children in order of birth, and says that only one 
daughter — Lydia — married. 

SEVENTH GENERATION. j 

10. FREDERICK FOLLETT? FULLER, {Esbon^, Abraham^ 

Joseph \ Jolin^, Samuel^, Eihvard^), b. Sept. 25, 1783, in Kent, 

Ct. ; d. Feb. 24, 1867, at Keesville, N. Y. ; m. July i, 1806, Salty 

Kinney, b. 1780, d. Nov. 3, 1 841, at Keesville. I 

('hildrcn : [ 

I. ARMINTUS^ b- Jan. 7, 1825; m. Lurancy Jordan. A co 

respondent, now dead, states there were three sons ar 

four daughters in this family. Two besides Armintui 

are mentioned in V^ol. i. 



11. 0RRIN7 FULLER, {Rsbon^, Abrahams, Joseph^ John\ 
Sainiicl\ luhcani^), b. Jan. i, 1785, in Kent, Ct. ; d. 1827, 
Keesville, N. Y. ; m. i, Betsey Turrell, b. Aug. 9, 1786 ; m. 2, Sarjjih 
Wiltsie. 

Lived in New York, but removed to Albany about 1820. 
Children by first wife : 
I. Arminta t'ldelia Farrar^, b. March 28, 1808; d. Jan. i\ 
1901, at Keesville, N. Y. ; m. Nov. 2, 1826, at Ferrils- 
burg, Vt., James Hindes of Addison, Vt., and had : 
Orrin F.^, b. Oct. ri, 1827 ; George VVhitney9, b. Ju y 
18, 1829 ; William F.9, b. June 18, 1831 ; Jacob G.9, b. 
June 13, 1834; E. Wiltsey9, b. Nov. 15, 1839; '^* 
Elizabeth'^, b. April 25, 1842 ; L. Augusta 9, b. Oct. 2 t, 
1S46, now Mrs. E. R. Baber, Keesville, N. Y., and ,f. 
Spencer 9, b. May 4, 1850. 
II. Laura jeanette'*, b. Dec. 13, 1809 (also given 1810) ; (1. 
May 23, 1861 ; m. April 23, 1834, Frederick Tame s 
Ilosford, b. June 9, t8io, in Albany, N. Y., d. May i.',, 
18S9, in IJrooklyn, N. Y. Children: Mar)' Smith", I». 
Feb. 8, 1835, d. July 8, 1836; James Spencer9, b. Der. 
13, 1836, resides Kinderhook, N. Y. ; Henry 9, b. A}ir 1 
5, 1839, living (19 10) ; Frederic 9, b. Nov. 18, 1841, il. 
Feb. 7, 1866, unmarried; Laura Augusta 9, b. Nov. 10, 

■ 



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1846, d. April 19, 1849; Lucy Ella 9, b. May 17, 1S52; 
d. Sept. 13, 1878. 

III. Lucy Luzette^ b. Dec. 3, 1812; d. ; m. Medad 

Martin. 
By second wife : 

IV. Orrin Baxter^ b. May 22, 1S19; m. Phebe Thorn Clark. 
V. Joseph Wiltsie^, b. 1821. 

VI. Jacob Evertson^, b. 1824; d. ; unmarried. 



I 13. MIL07 FULLER, {Esdon^, Abrahams, Joseph^ John\ 
^' ^Samue/', Edward^^, b. Jan. 6, 1791 (also given July 6), in Kent, 
• [Ct., or Ferrisburg, Vt. ; d. April 12, i860, at Charlotte, Vt. ; m. 
[ary (Polly) Marsh, b. March 19, 1790, d. Oct. 3, 1S52, at 
^Charlotte. 
Children : 
I. OIARLES D.^ b. Dec. 17, 1812 ; m. i, Mar>' Ann Ray; m. 

2, Mary A. Weeks ; m. 3, Cornelia Fairbanks. 
II. Mary M.^, b. March 4, 1815 ; d. .^ug. 6, 1894; m. i, Justus 
A. Southard ; m. 2, William H. Southard. No children. 

III. Rufus M.», b. Feb. 17, 1817 ; m. . 

IV. Eliashil A.*^, b. April 2, 1820; m. Cornelia A. Webb. 
V. Cynthia T.^, b. July 11, 1823; d. Sept. 5, 1879; m. William 

H. Cunningham and had Rufus 9 of Burlington, Vt., and 
William^ of Vergennes, Vt. 
VI. Henry W.^^, b. July 10, 1827 ; ra. Melissa Wilson. 

JERBIUH7 FUI-LER» {Rosivell^, Abraham^, Joseph^, John\ 
tSamue/', Edward^), b. ; d. , aged 65 years; 



?m. 



Children : 

I. Polly knvfi Baker, b. ; dead. (Probably m. 

Baker.) 

II. Jennette^ Harkness, b. . (Perhaps m. 

Harkness.) 

III. JohnS, b. ; dead. • . 

IV. Christopher**, b. . v 



V. Winfields, b. ; dead. 

WILLUM ST. PIERRE' FULLER, {Rom,eU\ Abraham^, Josephs, 

John^f Samuel', Edward*), b. ; d. , aged 71; 

m. —, Mira L. . 



; 



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DESCENDANIS OF EDWARD FULLER. 



Children : 
I. LEGRAND^ b. Feb. 12, 1839; dead; m. I^uisa? M 
Merryman. 
II. Frances? Southniayd**, b. . 

WELLS B.7 FULLER, {J^osioe/f^', Abraham^, Joseph^, John^\t 

Saniucl\ Edivard^), b. ; d. aged 79; m. . 

Children: I 

I. koswelP, b. . i 

s, 
WALES 7 FULLER, {/^oswe//", Abraham^ Joseph'^, John\i^ 

Samuel \ Juhcani'), b. ; d. May 15, 1900,31 Webster.Jy 

N. II., aged 85 ; ni. i, Jane Voorhes ; m. 2, Mrs. John Schermerhorn,; 

Children by first wife : .1 

I. Henry P.s, b. . L 

II. Charles W.«, b. . d 



EIGHTH GENERATION. 

LEGRAND' FULLER, {IVi/Iiain St. P.l, Ros7oeli% Abraham^i 
Joseph'^, Johtti, Saniue/'', Ethi>ar(i^),h. Feb. 12, 1839, at Ausable 

Forks, N. Y. ; d. ; ni. Dec. 25, 1866, Louisa? M. Merryman, 

b. Nov. 27, 1837. 

Dr. LeGrand Fuller resided 5 ? Elliot Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Children : 
1. Dr. Zenas Preston^ Fuller, b. July 4, 1868; a dentist at 
Brooklyn, N. Y. (Walter Merryman Genealogy, 1905.)! 



ARMINTUS' FULLER, {Frederick F.l, Esbon^ Abraham''}.^ 

Joseph'^, John^, Sa/nuc/^, Edward^), b. Jan. 7, 1825, at Keesville.b] 

N. Y. ; d. Dec. 19, 1S99, at Leadville, Colo.; m. July 25, 1847, at t, 

Jay, N. Y., Lurancy Jordan, b. Dec. 15, 1828, at Jay, d. Dec. 16, 

1862, at Keesville. 

Children : 

I. SPENCER H0SF0RD9, b. . 



ORRIN BAXTER'^ FULLER, {Orrin^, Esbon^, Abraham i, ^ 
Joseph^, John^, Samuel^, Edioard^), b. May 22, 1819, in New. 
York; d. April 7, 1S96, in Albany; m. Oct. 6, 1840, Phebe Thorn ^.^ 
Clark, b. Sept. i, 1819, d. May 26, 1894. 



SUPPLEMENT. 353 

Children : 

I. Orrin Augustus 9, b. Aug. 15, 1841. Living in Albany. 

Unmarried (1910). In State Comptroller's office. 

II. Edward James9 1st, b. Dec. n, 1843 ; d. March 30, 1S45. 

III. Sarah Wiltsie9, b. Nov. 30, 1S46; d. May 5, 1855. 

IV. Edward James9 2d, b. Dec. 19, 1848; d. May 22, 1S51. 
V. Elizabeth Hilton9, b. Oct. 13, 1851 ; d. Sept. 30, 1852. 

VI. Anna James9, b. Feb. 9, 1854; d. Aug. 12, 18S7 ; m. 
Augustus J. Phillips. She left a dau., Cecile K., who 
m. Joseph Boyd. 
VII. JOSEPH V/ILTSIE9, b. Aug. 6, 1858; m. Margaret Jane 

Grant. 
VIII. Edward James9 3d, b. Nov. 29, i860; d. Nov. 29, 1864. 

JOSEPH WU-TSIE« FULLER, {OrHn^, Eshon\ Abraham^, 
Joseph'', John'!' t Samuei^, Edward ^),\). Oct. 26, 1821, in Albany, 
N. Y., ; d. May 15, 1889, in Troy, N. V.; m. Nov. 21, 1844, Mary 
Elizabeth Wolfe. 

He was a member of the firm of Fuller, Warren & Co., stove 
manufacturers, of Troy. 
Children : 
I. Helen9, b. Aug. 18, 1848, in Troy; m. April 28, 1S70, 
Eliphalet Nott Potter and had : Mary Josepha'°, b. Dec. 
22, 1871; Helen'°, b. Dec. 7, 1872; Maria Nott'°, b. 
May 4, 1874 ; Eliphalet Nott'°, b. .\ug. 9, 1878; J. W. 
Fuller's b. Feb. 7, 18S2 ; Howard '°, b. Feb. 23, 1SS6. 
Resides in New York City. 

II. Jessie9, b. 1855, in Brooklyn, N. Y. ; m. 1878, Walter 
Thompson and had : Joseph Wiltsie'°, b. 1881 ; Walter'°, 
b. 1882; Jessie '°, b. 1887, and Dorothy Fuller '», b. 
1890, Resides at Tarry town-on-the-Hudson, N. Y. 

III. Mary Wiltsie9, b. . Resides in Troy, N. Y. (1910.) 

CHARLES DAY^ FULLER, iMilo^, Esbon^ Abrahams, Joseph\ 
John^, Satnuel^, Edward^), h. Dec. 17, 1812, in Ferrisburg, Vt ; 
d. Aug. 2, 1885, in Brattleboro, Vt. ; m. i, Dec. 8, 1842, Mary Ann 
Ray; m. 2, Aug. 30, 1857, Mary A. Weeks, who d. Feb. 3, 1870, in 
Fort Covington, N. Y. ; m. 3, 1873, Cornelia Fairbanks, who d. 
Dec, 1888, in Jay, N. Y. 

Charles Day Fuller was in his earlier manhood an iron maker, and 
also a favorite singing school teacher and a preacher. Later (1857) 
he was ordained as pastor of the Baptist church in Troy, N. H. 
Subsequent pastorates were in Westford, West Norwich and 



254 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

Brookline, Vt., and Nicholville, Ft. Covington, Chateauguay and 
Jay, N. Y. 
Children : 
I. Charles D'Estaing^, b. Aug. ii, 1859, in Westford, Vt. ; d. 

there in 1S61. 
II. EDWARD MILO^ b. June 10, 1861. i 

111. Matlie Estelle^, b. May 17, 1883, in Newfane, Vt. ; d. Feb. 
28, 1890, in Salem, N. Y. 

RUFUS M." FULLER, {Miloi, Esbon^, Abraham^, Joseph^} 
Johni, Samuc/^, Edward^), b. Feb. 17, 1817 ; d. Aug. i, 1849, at 
Barton's Landing, Vt. ; m. March i, 1848, in Buckingham, Canada! 
East, Eleanor jane Eaton, b. June 27, 1827, in Brownington, Vt., d. \ 
June 27, 1905, in Littleton, N. H. | 

Children : 1 

L Mary'^ b. May 21, 1849, in Burlington, Vt. ; m. Sept. 9, j 
1868, Elbridge Flint of Worcester, Mass., and ha'^ 
Rufus Frederick'", b. May 21, 1873, d. Aug. 16, 1873. ; 
Resides in Littleton, N. H. 



ELIASHIL A.-^ FULLER, {Miioi, Eshon^, Abraham^, Joseph\\ 

Jolin^, Samuel^, Edivard^^, b. April 2, 1820, at Ferrisburg, Vt. ; d. \ 

Aug. 15, 190.S, at Oak Park, 111.; m. April 13, 1840, at Ferrisburg, : 

Cornelia A. Webb, b. Nov. 5, 1820, who is living (1910) at Oak 

Park. I. 

He taught school many years, and when about 30 years of age \ 

went into the book business in Burlington, Vt. ] 

Children : j 

L Marion L.'\ b. Feb. 5, 1843, at Charlotte, Vt. ; m. Jan. 1,1 

1S62, at Burlington, Vt., Hampton L. Story. Resides at j 

Oak Park. Has two surviving sons, Edward H.'° and 1 

Frank 1''.'" 

IL EfTagene M.", b. Aug. 2, 1844, at Charlotte; m. March 14, 

1S71, at P.urlington, Edward B. Loomis, M. D., and has I 

one surviving daughter, Charlotte C."* Resides in ' 

Chicago. ] 

III. JUDSON M.", b. Oct. 10, 1864 ; m. Kate M. Geisinger. \ 

HENRY W.*^ FULLER, {MUoT, Esbon^, Abraham i, Joseph\\ 
John^, Samuel^, Ediaard*), b. July 10, 1827 ; d. Oct. 20, 1862 ; m. \ 
July 3, 1856, Melissa Wilson. | 



SUPPLEMENT. 255 

Henry W. Fuller was a member of Co. 1, 5th Regt. Vt. Vols, in the 
Civil war, and died on board ship Euterpe as he was being lemoved 
ifrom Chesapeake Hospital, Fortress Monroe, to New York City 
hospital. 
Children : 
I. Burr M.^, b. June 4, 1857 ; m. and had four children. Said 
to reside in Aspen, Colo., but letter of inquiry returned 
"unclaimed" (July, 1910). 
n. Bertha9, b. April 18, 1861 ; m. Nov. 29, 1S79, Charles 
Waterman. Their children were : Clayton^, b. Feb. 5, 
1881 ; Faye9, b. Dec. 17, 1886; Effie^, b. March 29, 
1889 ; Charlotte Dell9, b. Jan. 24, 1894, and Gerald9, b. 
June 3, 1898. All the children but Charlotte D. are 
dead. 

88. PESaVAL S.^ (See Vol. i) ; m. Henrietta Case. (D. A. R. 
Directory.) 

NINTH GENERATION. 

SPENCER H0SF0RD9 FULLER, {Armimus^ Frederick F.\ 

Esbon^, Abraham ^, Joseph*, John^, Samuel*, Edward ^),h. ; 

m. . 



Children : 
I. Edith '°, b. ; m. Guy Fuller. 

JOSEPH WILTSIE9 FULLER, {Orrin B.\ Orrini, Esbon\ 
Abraham^, Joseph*, John^, Samuel*, Edward^), b. Aug. 6, 1858; 
m. Sept. 7, 1 88 1, Margaret Jane Grant. 

He resides in Albany, N. Y. Is with John G. Myers Co. 
Children : 
I. Perry Grant's b. June 17, 1882; m. Jan. 20, 1909, 
Jessamine Blakeman. 



EDWARD r.IIL09 FULLER, {Charles Z>.s, Milol, Esbon\ 
Abraham^, Joseph*, Johni, Samuel*, Edward^), b. June 10, 1861, 

I in Westford, Vt. ; ra. . 

He is a Baptist clergyman at Manchester Center, Vt. 
Children : 

I. Earl'°, b. . Residing (1910) in Manchester, Vt. 

II. Charles Robert '°, b. Jan. 29, 1906. 



256 DESCENDANTS OF EDWARD FULLER. 

JUDSON M.*^ FULLER, {Eiiashil A.^, Miloi, Esbon^, Abraham^ 
JoscpJi'^, John^, Suiniici^, Edzvard^), b. Oct. 10, 1864, at Burling! 
ton, Vt. ; m. at Chicago, 111., Jan. 5, 18S7, Kate M. Geisinger. I 

Children : 
I. Judson Earl'°, b. Oct. 13, 1887, in Chicago, 111. \ 

II. Doris K.'o, b. Oct. 31, 1889, in Chicago, 111. 

III. Margaret'", b. June 12, 1 891, at Oak Park, 111. 

IV. Eleanor'", b. March 9, 1904, at Oak Park, 111. 



APPENDIX. 



It appears that the Joshua Fuller mentioned in Vol. i, page 58,! 
who m. Mercy Felt, was born in 1774 in Wrentham, Mass., son o(j 
Noah and Esther. (See Wrentham, Mass., Vital Records.) Joshua: 
and Mercy had six children. He died in Waterville, Vt., April i7,| 
1849. Hence not a descendant of Samuel' Fuller. | 



1 



1 






I? 

V Index to Fullers 


in Supplement. 


%^ 




r 




\bbie, 240 


Charles I)., 235, 238, 251 


' Vbbott, 248 


Charles Day, 253 


\bbott F., 248 


Charles Dorrance, 248, 249 


. V. Bradley, 244 


Charles D'Estaing, 254 


: \bram, 247 


Charles F., 247 


' Vdaline, 246 


Charles Gordon, 245 


f \daline Margaret, 240 


Charles Robert, 255 


'< \lbert, 240 


Charles W., 252 


: Vlbert C, 235, 238 


Charles Wesson, 239 


;; vlbert Chittenden, 232, 236 


Chauncey, 24S 


; Vlberta, 243 


Chauncey Day, 248 


; vlfred, 246 


Christopher, 251 


'■ Uice Helen, 236, 239 


Clara C, 227 


s vita Belle, 240 


Clara Cornelia, 237 


■ vita M., 238 


Clarence, 238 


. vnn E., 243 / 


C'larissa C, 24S 


. Vnna Elizabeth, 239 


Claude, 238 


Vnna James, 253 


Clifford Rathbone, 246 


I \nna Maria, 240 


- Clinton, 248 


'■ \rminta Fidelia Farrar, 250 
j. Vrmintus, 250, 252 


Cornelia Ann, 234 


Cynthia 'i'., 251 


!. \rthur Adelbert, 238 


Daniel, 230, 231, 232 


;■ \sa, 230, 232 


Daniel D., 235 


; \senath, 246 


Daniel L., 235, 237 


- Beatrice, 244 


>^ David B., 239 


: 3ert, 243 


Delia, 232 


;, Bertha, 255 


Delphine, 243 


■- Bethuel, 235 


Donald, 244 


; Betsey A., 247 


Doris K., 256 


M Blanche, 240, 249 


Do'othy Mildred, 239 


• Bradley, 247 


Dudley B., 245 


V Burr M., 255 


Dwight A., 241, 242, 


*' Burt C, 240 


Dwight L., 242 '' 


' Caroline, 232 


Earl, 255 


^ Cr.rrie, 239, 248 


Earl A., 240 


Catherine, 231 


Ebenezer, 241, 249 


■'; Catherine Amelia, 234 


Edith, 239, 255 


:• Celia, 23s 


P2dmund D., 239 


■ Charles, 233, 242, 244, 246, 248 


Edward Hill, 244 



^ss 



INDEX TO FULLERS IN SUPPLEMENT. 



ICdward James, 253 

Iviwanl Milo, 254,255 

Klfa^'cnc M., 254 

I'llcanor, 256 

V.\<^\n I''.lls\V()rlli, 238 

Elgin I>ce, 23S 

ICIiashil A., 251, 254 

l'-li/.al)Clh, 232 

I'li'/abelh Hilton, 253 

KUa, 246 

F.llcn I)., 235 

Emily, 241 

lOmma jane, 243 

Kmmett, 243 

Kraslus, 241 

Krnost, 239, 243, 245 

Krskine A., 240 

I'^slher, 230, 232 

Everett W., 23S 

F. A., 227 

Fanny, 244 

Flora Ferj^uson, 237 

Frances Sonthmayd, 252 

Francis, 245 

Francis I'Aclyn, 234 

Francis \V., 235, 238 

Frank Revilo, 246 

Frank Russell, .^37 

Franklin, 242 

Frederick Aiij^ustus, 245, 246 

Frederick Follelt, 250 

Frederick Henry, 247 

Fuller, Warren «S: Co., 253 

Cienevieve A., 239 

George, 233, 236 

George 15., 244 

George House, 243, 244 

George Llewelyn, 249 

George Stanley, 239 

George Theodore, 237, 239 

George W., 238, 248 

George Washington, 241, 242, 

243. 244 
George Weston, 245 
George Willard, 240 
Gertrude, 245 
"■"ndora May, 239 



Gordon B., 245 

Gordon Carter, 246 

Gurdon, 246 

Guy, 255 

Halscy, 246 

Hannah, 250 

Harriet, 241 

Harriet H., 235 

Harry D., 235 

Harry H., 241, 243 

Harry P., 235 

Helen, 242, 253 

Helen Graham, 239 

Henry, 232, 236 

Henry P., 252 

Henry Tower, 249 

Henry W., 251, 254, 255 

Irad, 246 

Irene, 249 

Isaac, 239 

Jacob Evertson, 251 

James W., 248, 249 

Jane, 232 

Jeannette, 250 

Jehiel, 240, 246 

Jennette, 251 

Jennie E., 242 

Jeremiah, 249, 251 

Jessie, 237, 253 

Joanna, 230 

John, 251 

John Dana, 237, 239 

John H., 241, 242 ,^ 

John Harvey, 233 

John Taylor, 234 

John Woodward, 231, 234 

Jonathan, 246 

Joseph Wiltsie, 251, 253, 255 

Josephine, 245 

Joshua, 230, 256 

Judah, 230, 233 

Judson Earl, 256 

Judson M., 254, 256 

Julia, 233, 236 

Juliet, 234 

Juliette, 236 

Katherine Stanley, 240 



INDEX TO FULLERS IN SUPPLEMENT. 



1 


^ Laura Jean, 239 


Perry Grant, 255 


i 


\ Laura Jeanette, 250 


Polly, 241 


i Legrand, 252 


Polly Ann, 251 


1 


Lemira, 232 


Rachel, 230, 238 


Leonard, 233 


Ralph, 238, 244 




L. Lavinia, 246 


Ralph D., 241, 243 


Lot, 229, 230, 231 


Rhoda, 233 


^ 


Louisa, 232 


Romeo L., 238 


i. 


Louise, 233, 237 


Roswell, 249, 252 


Lucia Ellen, 234 


• R. Tifit, 244 


Lucy Luzette, 251 


Rufus ^L, 251, 254 


$ 


Lucy M., 238 


Russell, 228, 231, 233 




Lydia, 247, 250 


Russell J., 239 


\ 


Margaret, 256 


Russell Seymour, 246 




Maria, 238 


Samuel, 230, 256 


i. 


Maria Asenath, 240 


Samuel Bethuel, 232, 234 


4 


Marietta, 234 


Samuel D., 242 


t. 


Marion L., 254 


Sarah, 232 


Marion Lincoln, 237 


Sarah Maria, 234 ^J-'s.*^ 


1' 


Mark B., 235 


Sarah Wiltsie, 253 




Martha Elizabeth, 240 


Siba, 232, 235 




Mary, 231, 234, 235, 240, 


242,'" Simeon, 229, 230, 231, 233 


-*• 
1 


254 


Simeon Ferguson, 237 




i Mary Ann, 250 


Simeon Russell, 228, 233, 237 




Mary Helen, 240 


Spencer Hosford, 252, 255 




Mary Louise, 239 


Stephen, 249 




Mary Lovisa, 230 


Susan P., 235 




Mary M., 251 


Sylvanus, 247 




Mary VViltsie, 253 


Terrell, 241, 242 




Masie, 236 


Thankful, 246 




Mattie Estelle, 254 


Theodore B., 244 




Maud Miller, 249 


Timothy Mills, 246 




May Elizabeth, 243 


Truman G., 241, 243 




May Louise, 249 


Villette, 235 




Melville Weston, 240 


Wales, 249, 252 




Metta, 248 


Warren, 246 




Milo, 251 


Warren D., 240 




Nancy, 230 


Wells B., 249, 252 




Nellie May, 238 


Wilbur D., 238 




Orange AL, 248 


William, 230, 238, 242 




Orlando, 248 


William Bethuel, 235, 237 




Orrin, 250 


William D., 243, 244 




Orrin Augustus, 253 


William Harrison, 232, 235 


;' 


Orriu Baxter, 251, 252 


William Rathbone, 245 




1 Paulina W., 247 


William St Pierre, 249, 251 




Percival Logan, 237 


Winfield, 251 


1 


Percival S., 255 


Zenas Preston, 252 



Index to other Names than Fuller — Supplement. 



Andrews, Kate, 235, 237 
Ashley, Col., 230 
Baker, James, 250 
Barber, Abner, 247 

Antoinette, 247 

Asa, 247 

Elizabeth, 247 

Minerva, 247 

Van Buren, 247 
Barnes, Mariah, 231, 234 
lieckwith, Sarah, 243, 244 
Benedict, Cornelia Ludlow, 245, 

246 
Berry, Hannah, 249 
Bissell, Gustavus, 242 
Blakeman, Jessamine, 255 
Boyd, Joseph, 253 
Bradley, Adeline, 241, 243 
Brigham, Evelina S., 246 
Brown, Mrs., 246 
Buxton, Alvira, 243 
Card, Jane, 241, 242 
Case, Henrietta; 255 
Cathcart, ICunice, 239 
Chase, Mary, 240 
Chittenden, Siba, 230, 231 
Clark, Albert, 232 

Amos, 232 

Amos Adelbert, 232 

Asa, 230 

Caroline, 232 

Caroline Rose, 232 

Clarissa, 230 

Eleazer, 232 

Ellen, 232 

Enan, 230 



Clark, Flora, 232 

George, 232 

Horace, 232 

Ida F., 232 

Lewis, 230 

Maryette, 232 

Phebe Thorn, 251, 252 

Reuben W,, 230 

Rhoda, 232 
Coats, Alice, 243, 245 
Colvin, Charles, 232 

Clarissa, 232 

Dallas, 232 

Delia, 232 

Israel, 232 

Jeannette, 232 

Leonard, 232 
Coming, Betsey, 246 
Comstock, Alvin Fuller, 246 

Alvin Wilson, 246 

Phyllis N., 246 
Coney, Adeline, 241, 243 
Cook, Arthur, 243 

Mary, 230 
Cornwall, Andrew Calhoun, 234 

Andrew Howard, 234 

Andrew Raymond, 234 

Bertha, 234 

Bessie Cornelia, 234 

Fuller Frederick, 234 

Mary Catherine, 234 
Crafts, Mrs. William, 246 
Cunningham, Rufus, 251 

William H., 251 
Danielson, Anna, 237, 239 
Douglas, Alanson, 231 



INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLER — SUPPLEMENT. 



261 



Douglas, Daniel, 231 

George, 231 
Drakeley, Charles, 247 
• Henry C, 247 

Pauline, 247 
)rinkwater, Alice, 237, 239 
)urkee, Thomas, 239 
iaton, Eleanor Jane, 254 

Matilda, 235, 238 
]llen, Bertha, 237 
^Iverson, J. S., 249 
''airbanks, Cornelia, 251, 253 
?arr, Mr., 240 

H. Levander, 247 

Pauline F. D., 247 
Fary, Berneda, 243 
Fay, Berneda, 244 
Felt, Mercy, 256 
Ferguson, Eliza B., 233, 236 
Fisk, Dode, 233 

Nathan, 233 
Flagg, Mr., 230 

Esther, 230 
Flint, Elbridge, 254 

Rufus Frederick, 254 
Fowler, Capt., 231 
Fox, Capt., 231 
Francis Emma, 235, 237 
Frizzell, Charlotte, 241, 242 
Garder, Susan, 241, 242 
Garrett, Cora V., 248 
Geisinger, Kate M., 254, 255 
Gilbert, Lucretia, 241 
Gordon, Rachel, 245 
Grant, Margaret Jane, 253, 255 
Greaton, Col., 231 
Greenuf, Anna R., 238 
Griggs, Stephen, 246 
Hait, Mary Antoinette, 246 
Hall, Albert, 232 

Eliza, 232, 235 

Ellen, 232 

Harmon, 232 

Lucretia, 232 

Mary, 232 

Rosetta, 232 

Sophia, 232 



Hall, Violetta, 232 
Hastings, Sarah, 233 
Hayden, Emily, 235, 238 
Hayes, I^ura, 246 
Hildreth, Mrs. Hannah, 246 
Hill, Hannah, 248 

Orange, 241 
Hindes, E. Wiltsie, 250 

George Whitney, 250 

Jacob G., 250 

James, 250 

J. Spencer, 250 

L. Augusta, 250 

Orrin F., 250 

Sarah Elizabeth, 250 

William F., 250 
Hosford, Frederick, 250 

Frederick James, 250 

Henry, 250 

James Spencer, 250 

Laura Augusta, 250 

Mary Smith, 250 
Horton, Mrs. Alvin, 246 

John, 235 

Wealthy Woodward, 2iK> 
House, Hannah, 241 
Hurd, Caroline Bassett, 247 ^ 

C. W., 238 

Ethel, 238 
Hutch ins, Frank Fuller, 234 

Martin Joy, 234 
Ide, Lina, 235 
Jackson, Co'. Henry, 231 
Jenewein, George H., 235 

Gladys Myrl, 235 
Jones, May, 243 
Jordan, Lurancy, 250, 252 
Kenyon, Cora, 244 
Kimball, Susan, 242, 244 
Kinney, Sally, 250 
Larson, Otillda, 232 
Law, D.avid, 233 

George Fuller, 233 

Isabella Minerva, 233 

Jane Alicia, 233 

Malcolm, 233 

Myron, 233 



262 



INDKX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLER — SUPPLEMENT. 



Leach, Don, 23S 

Elmer, 238 

Lynn, 238 
l,ec, Lydia, 246 
Loouiis, Clharlotle C, 254 

Edward B., 254 
Mngec, Jesse, 243 
Manning, Dolores, 238 
Marsh, Lucy, 236 

NLircia H., 245 

Mary, 251 

Polly, 251 

Sophronia, 232, 236 

Vesta, 246 
iVLirtin, Mcdad, 251 
McCahaid, I<"redcrick, 237 

Jessie, 237 
Melchers, Henry ^L, 240 
Merrick, Jane E., 241, 242 
Merrynian, Louise ^L, 252 
Miller, Clarissa, 248 
Mills, Chloe, 246 
Newell, Jacob, 246 
Nichols, Col. Moses, 230 
Oslx)rn, Crayson H., 240 

Helen Harriet, 240 
Paine, Henry A., 240 
Parker, Elizabeth, 233, 236 
Pclers, Dorothy, 240 

ICarl C, 240 
Phillip, Augustus J., 253 

Cecilc K., 253 
Pierce, Charles E., 231 

DeWitt C, 231 

Franklin, 231 

George, 231 

ILannah, 230, 232 

Isaac, 231 

John F., 231 

John W., 231 

Lydia Ann, 231 

Maria, 231 

Mira, :'32 

Russell F., 231 

Simeon F., 231 

Wealthy, 231 ^ 

William G., 231 



Pope, George Fuller, 237 

Graham, .■!36 

Helen Graham, 237 

Mary Courtney, 237 
Potter, Eliphalet Nott, 253 

Helen, 253 

Howard, 253 

J. W. Fuller, 253 

Lydia J., 231, 233 

Maria Nott, 253 

Mary Josepha, 253 
Pyne, Alma Bernice, 234 
Randall, Frank?, 241, 243 
Rathbone, Emeline, 245 
Ray, Mary Ann, 251, 253 
Reed, Wallace, 252 
Reeves, Aaron, 235 

Daniel, 235 

Gertrude M., 235 

Grace E., 235 
Robinson, Benjamin Franklin, 
247 

Charles W., 247 

Eugene F., 247 
Rogers, Mary A., 239 
Schermerhorn, Mrs. John, 252 
Scott, Chester, 232 
Shear, Lafayette, 238 

Vern, 238 
Shurtleff, Marietta, 231, 234 
Slade, L. A., 249 
Smith, David, 241 

Charles Richardson, 248 

James, 241 

Malinda, 241, 243 
Southard, Justus A., 251 

William H., 251 
Spear, Mr., 230 
Sprague, Minerva, 231, 233 
Stanley, Harriet Maria, 240 
Stanton, Henry, 234 
Stebbins, Albert H., 236 
Story, Edward H., 254 

Frank F., 254 

Hampton L., 254 
Strong, Sarah Percival, 249 
Swartout, Margaret, 232, 236 



INDEX TO OTHER NAMES THAN FULLER — SUPPLEMENT. 



n 



Thomas, Katherine Maria, 248, 

249 
Thompson, Dorothy Fuller, 253 

Jessie, 253 

Joseph Wiltsie, 253 

Walter, 253 
Thomson, Frederick William, 234 

John Fuller, 234 

Marietta, 234 

William Maxwell, 234 
Tifft, Sarah, 243, 244 
Tinney, Clarissa, 232 

Darwin, 232 

Francis, 232 

Francis Albart, 232 

Peter, 232 
Tucker, Wilhemina, 241, 242 
Turrell, Betsey, 250 
Ulrich, Alex N., 249 
Van Benthuysen, Wm. Andrew, 

240 
Voorhes, Jane, 252 
Wadsworth, Susan, 239 
Ward, Harry, 235 

Samuel, 235 

W. T., 235 
Waterman, Charles, 255 

Charlotte Dell, 255 
Clayton, 255 



Waterman, Effie, 255 

Faye, 255 

Gerald, 255 
Watt, Juliette, 236 

Lucy, 236 

Susan Emelyn, 236 

William A., 236 
Webb, Cornelia A., 251, 254 
Weeks, Mary A., 251, 253 
West, Mr., 232 

George, 232 

Julia Frances, 232 

Thomas, 232 * -;- 
White, Horace, 246 

M^rCha, 233, 237 
Whitmore, George, 232 
Whitney, Amelia, 233 
Willard, Lucinda, 237 

Lucretia, 235 
Wilson, Elizabeth, 235 

Melissa, 251, 254 

Purdy, 235 

Robert, 235 
Winton, Betsey, 247 

Ezra, 247 
Wiltsie, Sarah, 250 
Wolfe, Mary Elizabeth, 250 
Wright, I^ela M., 247 
Young, Harriet, 246 






FI,F.X BINDING