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Full text of "Records of some of the descendants of John Fuller, Newton, 1644-98 : compiled from Jackson's history of Newton, and other sources"

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REYNOLDS HISTORICAL 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 



3 1833 01239 1469 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN FU 












RECOUPS 



O? SOME OF THE 



DESCENDANTS OF JO HN FU LLER, 

NEWTON, 1644-98. 



Compiled from Jackson's History of Newton, 
and other sources. 



BY 

SAMUEL C . CLARKE 



BOSTON : 

PRINTED BY DAVID CLAPP & SON 

I860. 



1585769 



FULLERS OF NEW ENGLAND. 



/* y^~ nf // LN the 5lavfiower came Edward Fuller. 

"0r"&h/V fptfZ&T^and D r. Samuel Fuller. Edward died in 

Vc/ tuc great mortality, 1621, leaving only son 

.Samuel, who settled on the ("'ape. I>r. Samuel Fuller died in 

1633, leaving an only son Samuel, who oce&me minister of Mid- 

dleboro 1 an i died there in 1005, acred 71. 

1. JOHN FULLER, supposed^to have come with J. Win- 
throp, Jr . In the Abigail, Ilackwell, master, in 1635, was born in 
England in 1620.* He settled in Cambridge village (now New- 
ton), in 1644. In Dee., 1653, he purchased of Joseph Cooke, of 
ridge, 750 ceres of land in the Northwe purl of Newton, 
for ICO pounds sterling. It was bounded North and West by 
Charles rive: . East by land of Thoma3 Park, and South by S. She- 
pard's farm. His house stood on the South side of the mad. and 
West side of the brook, within a few rods of both. By subse- 
quent purchases he increased his tract to upwards of 1000 acres. 
Edward Jackson and John Fuller were the largest land-holders 
in the town. Cheese-cake brook ran through this tract, which 
was long known as the •• Fuller Farm." He divided it among 
hi- live sons by will (son Isaac having died in 1691). with the 
proviso that they should not sell to any stranger, until they or 
their next relative should have the oiler of it. Twenty-two of 
John Fuller's descendants were ia the army of the Revolution, 
from Newton. - u 

The following document, apparently in John Fuller's hard- 
writing, is in the possession of a descendant: 

" Wee whose names are subscribed are able to srive this theire 
testimony that when the land was sould to Ensign John Spring 

* T .n r' • .'.' : -,;i. I ! :■--■ '1 7 iasti r. >L y 1 K'\ c: ma Wra. Fuller25; To. I 
— Jam re -a > '- V tgs in " Hi-tforical Collections." 
t Jackson's History of S'eicton. 



DESCENDANTS OP JOHN FULLER. 



liveing in Now Tovne in the County of Mi ddelsexe in New Eng- 
land that there was Reserved a high wave, Through his land foi 
the use of the Inhabitauc of the saide town to pas? in namely ihe 

highway for in the place where it was then oceuj ied 

and if the said John Spring did fence in the said land he shoi ! I 
hang gates. And this is so to be understood of ye, land whica 

i. 

New Towne deccrnber 
15 1691 



ye above said John Spring now lives upon 



John Fuller Scnect. 
Jonathan Hide 



John Fuller married Eiizalc 
lie died Feb. 7, 1698, aged 7 1 



Oamb.Aprill 5 1692 
Attested upon Oath before the Court 
by John Fuller Smcct. 
-tj Jonathan Hide. 

Salil Phipps 

CIL" 

i 



Wife died April 13, 1700. 



CH1LDREX, SECOND GENERATION. 



I. 


Jonx, b. 1645.. 


o 


II. 


Jonathan, b. 1618. 


3 


III. 


Elizabeth, b. 1650 ; m. Job Hyde, 166T ; d. 1700 


4 


IV. 


Joseph, b. 1652. 


5 


v. . 


Joshua,., b. 1654. 


t. 


VI. 


Jeremiah, b. 1658. 


T 


VII. 


Betiha, l>. 1661; tn.N. Bond, of Watertown, 1G85 


A 


VIII. 


Isaac, b. 1605; d. 1601. 


9 



2. JOHN FULLER, 2d. born 1045 ; married Abigail Be 



16S2. Second wife, Margaret 
died 1720, aged 75 yeaf3. 



Hicks. October 14, 17! 4. Ho 



I. 


Sarah, 


II. 


John, 


III. 


Abigail, 


IV. 


Jam-. . 


V. 


1 1 ANN .vn, 


VI. - 


1:4 AC, 


VII. 


J( ■- im l: 


VIII. 


Jonatha: 


IX. 


Galkb, 



CHILDREN, THIRD GENERATION. 



b. May 8, 1683. 

b. Sept. 2, 1685. 

b. March S, 1088. 

b. Feb. 4, 1609. 

b. Aug. 31, 1603. 

b. Nov. 22, L695. 

b. Fob. 13, 16&S. 

b. Mar. 28, 1700. 



b.Jfcb. 24, 1T02. 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN FULLER. 6 

3. JONATHAN FULLER, son of John, bom 1648 ; married 
Mindwell Trowbridge, no issue; by will he bequeathed his estate 
to Jonathan, son of his brother Joseph. lie was selectman in 
Newton. Died August 12, 1722, aged 77. Widow died 17.38. 
aged 96. 

5. JOSEPH FULLER, third son of John, known as Captain 
Joseph Fuller, born 1652; married Dee. 13. 1GS0, Lydia, daugh- 
ter of Edward Jackson, ot* Newton. His father-in-law* gave 
him 20 acres of land from the West end of the Mayhew farm of 
500 acres which he bought of Gov. Simon Bradstreet, in 1646, 
for £1-10— which Bradstreet bought of Thomas Mayhew, of 
Watertown. in 163S, with the buildings, for six cows. 

This tract commenced near what is now the division line 
between Newton and Brighton, and extended "Westward, includ- 
ing what is now Newtonville, and covering the site of General 
Hull's place, now owned by Governor Ciaflin. Here Joseph 
Fuller built his house, and this 20 acres, together with about 2 ; >0 
inherited from his father, formed the farm which descended to 
liis son Joseph, his grandson Abraham, and his great-grand- 
daughter Sarah, who married William Hull. In 1314. William 
Hull built a new house on the same spot where Joseph Fuller's 
stood for one hundred and thirty years. The house built by 
General Hull was, after the death of his widow and the sale of 
the estate, removed to the railroad station called u Hull's cross- 
ing." to make room for the house built by Governor Ciaflin, wao 
bought the property, and who is the third of that title who has 
owned it — Governor Bradstreet, Governor Hull, and Governor 
Ciaflin. The large elm tree still standing near the house, was, 
according to a family tradition, a riding switch planted by Joseph 

» Deed of Gift— -Edwrr I Jackson to Jo.=ei h and Lydia Fuller, 1680 : 
" This present witnesseth, tliat t, Edward Jackson, have riven to Joseph Fuller, 
andtomv daughter Lidia his wife, Twentv aceers of Laud, lying and Joeing vppon 
the South West corner f the farmc which I bought of Mr. Droadstreete, an I also I 
have -old some tenne aceers more adiovning to the t"ore-;:v.i Twenty as it is Iayd out 
and Bounded hy David Fiske of Cambridge bounds Surveyor, also I doe by ' -e 
prcsents acknowledge that [ have receaved the =ume of =ix pounds in money in ;\rd 
bis father John Full» r is to pay sixoteene more as followeth, u| on the first of Man b in 
the yeare 1681. and five pound in the first of March 1682, and the last live pound on 
the tirst of M ireb 1583, th< wli :u so.m - breing so payd a.- above expressed, I doe by 
• , r - assigue ;;nd make over to the above named Joseph Fuller and to his 
heires forever, to have and to h «ld without any tation of me my heires 

Executors and Administrators, or any of vs; ia Witness hereof I have set to my hand 
a. .j scale 



gjjj g^ EDWARD JAC XSON. 






C DESCENDANTS OF JOHN FULLER. 

Fuller the first; and there remained until ahout 1830, in the hall, 
a pair of deer's horns, the wearer of which was shot from his 
front door by the same Joseph, He was Captain of the Newton 
Horse Company, and in 1735 he gave a training field to them; 
it was situated on the road from his house to Newton corner, 
and was afterwards sold by the town. Joseph Fuller was Select- 
man for five years. 

He died January 5. 1740, aged 88 years. 

Wife Lydia died in 1726, aged 70 years. 

CHILDREN, THIRD GENERATION. 

I. John, b. 1681. 19 

II. Joseph, b. July 4, 10 ? 5. 20 

III. Jonathan-, h. Jan. 7, 16S6. 21 

IV. Lydia, b. Feb. 1">, 1692; m. Stratton. 22 

V. Edward, b. Mar. 7, 1694. 23 

VI. Isaac, b. Alar. 16, 169S. 24 " 

VII. Elizabeth, b. July 1, 1701 ; m. Josiah Bond, 1720. 25 

6. JOSHUA FULLER son of John, born 14354; married 
Elizabeth; daughter of John Ward, Jr., of Newton, in 1673. 

CHILDREN, Til IH 1) GENERATION. 

I. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 22, 1680: m. Isaac Shepard, 1702. 2-3 

II. IIakxah, b. July 8, 16S2; m. Stephen Cook, of 

Watertown. 27 

III. Expedience, b. Nov. 5, 16S5 ; m. Mason, and, second, 

John Child. 2S 

IV. ' Mebcv, b. March 11, 1689 ; in. Cadj. 29 

V. Abigail, b. 1697 : m. Joseph Garfield. SO 

VI. Sabah, b. 1699 ; m. Richard Park. 31 

VII. Rcth, b. 1701: in. Cheney. 32 

In his eighty-eighth year, Joshua Fuller married Mary Dana, 
of Cambridge, aged 7-5. 

He died June 27, 1752, aired 98. 



7. Lieut. JEREMIAH FULLER, fifth son of John, born 1 60S; 

married: — 1st. Mary . in 1688; she died 1689. 

2d. Elizabeth ; she died 1700. 

3d. Thankful : •• « 1729. 

4th. ; <• « 1742. 

lie was Selectm: n sixteen years. Will, dated 1742. •_!•... - -on 
Thomas ninety-two acres of land; son Jonathan, one hundred 



7 


Elizabeth, 


if. 


Jeremiah, 


in. 


Thomas, 


I v . 


Joshca, 


V. 


Thankful, 


VI. 


Jeremiah, 


VII. 


Elizabeth, 


VIII. 


JoaiAH, 



DESCENDANTS OP JOHN FULLER. . 7 

and twenty-five acre3; son Josiah, sixty-six acre-. His books to 
he equally divided among his children. He died December 23. 
1743, aged 85 years. 

CHILDREN, THIRD GENERATION. 

b. April 11, 16194 ; d. young. 33 

b. July 3, 1697 ; d. in 1703. ■ 31 

b. Sept. 12, 1701. 35 

b. April 12, 1703. 36 

b. Dec. 23, 1704. 37 

b. Nov. 1, 1707 ; d. in 1711. ' 3S 

b. Aug. 24, 1709; d. in 1711. 39 

b. Dec. 2, 1710. 40 



11. JOHN FULLER. 3d, son of John 2d, born 1685; mai 
ried Sarah . 1700. 

CHILDREN, FOURTH GENERATION. 

41 
42 
43 

44 
45 

46 
47 
48 



15. ISAAC FULLER, son of John 2d. horn 1695; married 
Hannah Greenwood in 1122. He died 1745, aged 50. 

CHILDREN, FOURTH GENERATION. 

, b. July 13, 1725; d. 1748. 49 

b. Aug. 15, 1727. 50 

b. Sept. IS, 1729 ; m. Peter Durell, 1751. 51 

b. Dec. 12, 1732 ; d. 17-19. 52 

b. Sept. 7, 1734. 53 

b. Nov. 11, 1735. 54 

b. Get. 23, 1737 ; m. Daniel Fuller, 1756. 55 

died 1753. 56 



17. JONATHAN FULLED, son of John 2d,, horn 1700; mar- 
ried Elizabeth Woodward, 1725. He died in 1783, aged 83. . 



I. 


Elizabeth, 


Jj 


June 


27. 


1712. 


[I. 


James, 


b. 


Feb. 


0, 


1715. 


III. 


Abigail, 


b. 


April 


9. 


1717. 


IV. 


Mart, 


1 . 


Juno 


2 


1720; 


V. 


Jerusha, 


b. 


Oct, 


16! 


1722. 


VI. 


Rebecca, 


b. 


Sept. 


21, 


1730. 


VII. 


Sarah, 


b. 


July 


s, 


1733. 


VIII. 


EltSHA, 


b. 


Oct. 


10, 


1735. 



I. 


Susanna 


II. 


Joseph, 


III. 


Ruth, 


IV. 


Lois, 


V. 


Tabitha, 


VI. 


Hanxah 


VII. 


Ltdia, 


VIII. 


Abigail, 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN FULLER. 



CHILDREN, FOURTH GENERATION, 



I. 


Kesiah, 


II. 


Jonas, 


III. 


John, 


IV. 


Hannah, 


V. 


Elizabeth. 


VI. 


Daniel, 


VII. 


Grace, 


VIII. 


Eleanor, 


IX. 


Alios. 


X. 


THADDECS. 


XI. 


Mary, 



I). Oct. 7, 1725: d. 17 41. 57 

b. April 23, 1727. 53 

} 59 

±.^;„-> v> r^K m\ 17 on 



r;0 



mns, b. Feb. 10, 1720 

b. Nov. 10, 1730: in. Sam'l Gooding, 1750. 61 

b. Aug. 13, 1732. 02 

b. Juno 14. 1781. 63 

b. March 14, 1730. 64 

b. Feb. 7, 1738. 65 

b. Feb. 17, 1740. 66 

b. Sept. 1744. 67 

1 S. CALEB FULLER,sonof John 2d,born 1702 ; married Tem- 
perance Hyde, of Newton. 17 25. She died 1740. Second wife 
Mary Hovey, 1750. He died 1770, aged G5. 

CHILDREN, FOURTH GENERATION. 

I. Ephraim, b. Dec. 31, 1725. 63 

II. Nehemiah, b. Sept, 16. 1727. 69 
HI. William, b. June, 2, 1732. 70 

IV. BsrnA, b. Nov. 13, 1734 : m. John Murdock. 71 

V. A.NNi-:, b. Mar. 31, 1739. 72 

20. JOSEPH FULLER. 2d son of Joseph, born 1655 : mar- 
ried, May 11, 1719, Sarah, daughter of Abraham Jack; ■ : 
Newton. He was chosen RepresentaLive to General Court 'n 
1749, but declined serving. Was a Selectman six years. Was 
Lieut, of the Newton Horse Companv. ne died April 23, 1766, 
aged 81. Will dated 17C4. His" wife died Nov. 21, 17G4, 
aged 51 years. 

CHILDREN, FOURTH GENERATION. 

I.' Abraham, b. March 23, 1720. 73 

II. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 28, 1722; ra. Rev. Isaac 

Jones, of Weston, 17 19. 74 

73, ABRAHAM FULLER, son of Joseph 2d born 1720. 
During his father's lifetime he kept a private gn • hool in 

Newton, and was also Town Clerk and Treasurer, for twenty- 
seven years, commencing in 176o. He was a Sel< itmai 
years; Representor* e to the General Comt, eight* :. .--•. 
Delegate to the Provincial Congres=; a Senator, Com : 









DESCENDANTS OF JOHN FULLER. 9 

Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for Middlesex County. 
He was also chosen Major of the first Middlesex Regiment, 
in 1771. 

After I-is father's death, in 1766, he removed io the house built 
by his grandfather, Capt. Joseph Fuller, and carried on the f i i 
adding to it the business of a maltster. At chat period, when 
bei r was the usual beverage, and wa3 drunk at all meals, the 
trade in malt was a very important one ; and it is related of Judge 
Fuller, that at one time, there being a scarcity of malt, it hap- 
pe i that he was the only holder of it in the town. So far 
from taking advantage of this, he continued to sell at the old 
prices, and would only allow each purchaser to 'have a limited 
q tality, lest the poor should be deprived of their beer. 1 ie 
old malt house whore the business was carried on was standing 
as lately as 1825, and was occupied ior lodging rooms by the 
farm laborers employed by General Hull. 

These men had a story that the old Judge used to walk there, 
in Lis white wig, twenty years after his death. Judge Fuller 
was a very earnest patriot before the Revolution, and. it is told 
that previous to the fight at Concord, fearing that the British 
might destroy the County Records at that place, he rode over 
from Newton the day before the fight, and carried away the 
; ;t valuable of the papers in his saddlebags to his house in 
Newton."'' In 1777. when about -£3000 were raised in the town 
to pay the Newton soldiers. Judge Fuller subscribed £236 of 
the amount, there being only one larger subscription, that of 
Elnatha Winchester. In 1775. the older men of tiie town who 
were past active service, were enrolled into a compan\ which 
was culled the Alarm List. In this was Abraham Fuller. Three 
companies of Newton men. two hundred and eighteen in all, 
were engaged in the affair of the 19th of April. 

Judge Fuller was a member of the convention which assembled 
in Boston, January, 17S3, to ratify the Constitution of the United 
States, and took part in the debates. He asked this question 
of Elbridge Gerry, who was present to answer u questions of 
met/' 

*'• Why, in the last requisition of Congress, the portion of taxes 

* "To him were committed, aa one of the Provincial Con^r^ss at Concord, _the 

• h ; i t . • exact returns ol th ■ Military Scon s of Ma such .-> tts ;;i 1773. 

] I w them from the cabinet where th ad h ' :r d them to 

, .,.;.■;•: .... the iLiv I. fore the ati u k <>n C word. .V ril 1 ». 17"-.. I he 

■ entered the l - h •! for tlio<-' •■ rs ... . .. .'':-< i 

gr at disappointment at missing them.'" — Homeh's Hist ry vf Scistoa. 



10 DESCENDANTS OP JOHN FULLEtt. 

required of this State was thirteen times as much as of Georgia, 
and yet we Lave but eight Representatives in thcseuerals ■ >. - 
ment, and Georgia has three i Until this question was answ re i. 
ho was af a loss to know how taxation and representation w< ci 
hand in bond." 

It w{ s voted that this question be asked of Mr. Gerrv. A lo ._•. 
and desultory debate ensued on the manner in which the answer 
should be given. It was finally voted that Mr. Gerry should 
reduce his answer to writing. 

(Saturday, Jan. 19th.) Mr. Gerry's answer to Mr. Fuller's, 
question was read. The purport was, that Georgia had incre i - ' 
id its number by immigration— and if it had not'then, would so< 
be entitled to the proportion assigned her. Which seems rath- 
a feeble reply, but i: sufficed, for the Constitution was adoj : I 
ju Massachusetts by a vote of 1ST to 1GS— Judge Fuller \ 
aye. 

By his will, July, 2 703, ho left £300 "'for the purpose of la .■ 
ing the foundation of an Academy in Xewton." The building 
was erected in the West Parish, and was used for a;: Academy 
for some years. Afterv trds it was sold by the town to i '■ 
Mess. Allen, who occupy it as a private school" for bovs. 

Judge Fuller was a man of great integrity and justice; - 
what stern in aspect and manner, as became one who had b sen 
many years a teacher of youth, a Judge and a Senator. Of 
large, portly person, and a voice so powerful, that it is said 1 e 
could be distinctly heard calling to his workmen from his larra 
to Angier's corner, a mile distant Once, when the small-pox 
prevailed in his vicinity, he agreed with Dr. Marshall Spring ■ f 
Watertown, to call out to him the news from the top of Chi <n.ut 
Hill on his farm. He went and shouted "All's well!" and Pr 
Spring heard him at Watertown. He was very aver-- to owia* 
even the smallest sum of money j and it is related, that when, ojj 
his death bed, seeming unea ■•;.-, his wife asked what troubh d lib . 
he replied, " I owe Ludy Harris ninepence for mending my - : 
send ever and pay the money; I have never lived in debt, and i 
cannot die in debt."' So the ninepence was paid, and the J 
departed in peace. 

He had intended to have been buried on his farm; bu 
occurred to him. that notwithstanding the pr eauti • 
Fuller, his ancestor, to keep the place in the family, i: mi-h: 
sold by his descendants: -J uc i .uLrht ti r 

alive, and I won't be sold a. ! ■ : i i JC '. and s > ,v burie< 

in the family ton b in .. .. . :• a ; Newton Cei 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN FttLtlt. 11 

When thh tomb was opened nine tears afterwards, (o admit 
the body of his wife, it was found that the body of Ju Ige F iller 
was in i remarkable state of preservation, I r x converted into 
a substance as hard as wood, but retaining the features so 'wed 
that he would have been recognized by a-)y person who had 
known him in life. The body remained in this condition fo/ 
Many years, and was visited by the scientific and the curious, 
until their visits became an annoyance to t! e family, when the 
tomb was closed by a marble door. Twenty-five years after 
burial, the body remained nearly perfect in form, though the 
coffin had mouldered away, so that it 1 one necessary to 
replace it with a new one. Whatever the ~ reserving influence 
was (and, it has never been explained), it has ceased to act, 
for at a recent visit (1 36 6) the coffin was opened, and nothing 
found in it excepting the bones. 

Abraham Fuller married, in 1758. Sarah Dyer, of Weymouth, 
he being then thirty-eight years of age, and she thirty-one. 

Flu died April 20, 1794, aged 74 years. 

She died April 7, IS03. aged 76 years. 

CHILDREN, FIFTH GENERATION. 

I. Sap.au, b. April 27, 1750 ; m. Col. William Hull, 1781. 75 

II. Joseph, b. 1705; d. the same year. 76 



75. SARAH FULLER, daughter of Abraham Fuller, bora 
1759; married' Colonel William Hull in 1751. 
He 'Med Nov. 25. 1825, aged 72 years. 
She died August 1, 1826, aged G7 years. 

CHILDREN, SIXTH GENERATION. 

I. Sarah Hull, b. Jan. 20, 17S3 ; in. Join McKesson, 

of New York. 77 

II. Eliza Hull, b. June 22, 1734; m. Isaac MeLellan, 

ofBos'ou. 78 

III. Aebaham Fuller Hull, b. March 8, 1786. Harvard 

University 1805. Studied law. Was appointed 
O.pt. in 0th Infantry 1811, and was killed at the 
1 attle of Lundy's Lane, July 25, 1814, aged 28. 79 

IV. Axne Bisxey fluLL, b. June 19, 17:7: in. Capt. 

Hickman, United States Army. 80 

V. Maria Ilea., b. June 7. 1788 ; m. Edward P. Camp- 

bell, of Georgia. 81 



12 DESCENDANTS OP JOHN FULLEP.. 

VI. Rebecca Parker Hull, b. Feb. T, 1790 ; m. Samuel 

Clarke, of Newton. 82 

VII. Caroline Hull, h. April 30, 1793; m. Rufus K. 

Page, ofHallowell, Me. S3 

VIII. Julia Knox Hull, b. 1795 ; m. Joseph Wheeler, of 

Georgia. Si 



DYERS OF WEYMOUTH. 

1. THOMAS DYER, cloth worker; freeman 1641 : Represen- 
tative to General Court,. 1646 to 1650. Wife Agues . 

She died 1G47. lie died 1676. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Mart, b. 1641. 

2. John, b. 1643. 

3. Thomas, b. J 045. 

4. Abigail, b. 1647. 



5. Sarah, b. 1649 

6. Thomas, 2d, b. 1651 

7. Joseph, 

8. Benjamin 



twins, b. 1653. 



2. JOSEPH DYER, bom 1653; freeman in 1681. Wife 
Hannah . married in 1682. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Hannah, b. Oct. 10, 1682 j d. young. 

2. Hannah, b. Feb. 13, 16S3. 

3. Joseph, b. Jan. 19, 16S6. 3 

4. Benjamin, b. April 13, 1688. 

5. Mart, b. April 12, 1600. 

6. Johx, b. April 9, 1602. 
1. Thomas, b. April 15, 1604. 

8. Mehitabel, b. June 9, 1700. 

9. Sarah, b. Aug. 29, 1702. 

3. JOSEPH DYER, 2d, born 16S6; married. 1726, Jane 
Stephens. 

CHILDREN. 

1. Sarah, b. March 20, 1727; m. 1753, Judge Fuller, 

of Newton. 

2. Jane, b. May 2, 1720. 

3. Joseph, b. Sept. 7, 173:3. 

4. Asa, b. Julv 26, 1739. 

5. Mary, b. Mar. L3, 1744. 

6. James, b. June 14, 1746. 



14 ARMS OF FULLER. 

Arms of Fuller. Barry of six, gules and arg. on a Canton of 
the 2d, a Castle, or. 

Crest. An arm sable, holding a dagger. 

Rev. Arthur Fuller, in a sketch of his family history, in the 
Genealogical Register, says: "These arms have been in an 
American family of Fullers for a lona - time. Burke describes 
the same shield as belonging to a Fuller in the Isle of Wight/' 

Arms of John Fuller, of Waldron, Co. Essex, wLo died in 
1615. Barry of six, arg. and gules. A Canton of the last. 
Crest. A horse passant, arg. 
Motto. " Currit qui curat:' 

The present representative of the above is Augustus Eliot Ful- 
ler, of Rose Hill, Brightling, and "Ashdown House. Co. Sussex, 
England. M. F. for East Sussex, born 1777, has issue. 

Owen John Augustus Fuller, born July 13, 1804 — Burke's 
Landed Gentry. 



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Fuller, EHsha . 


7 


Abigail, Ship . 




3 


Fuller, Eleanor . 


. S 


Allen, . 




. 1') 


Fuller, Ephraim 
Fuller, Experience 


8 
. 




B 




Fuller, Grace . 


8 


Bacon, Isaac . 




5 


Fuller, Hannah . 


4, 6, 7. S 


ISoti :. Josiah, 




('. 


Fuller, Isaac . 


. 3, 4.-:, 7 


Bond, N. . 




4 


Fuller, T, :me.s 


4, 7 


Boylston, A-ii'.' ail 




4 


Fuller, John . . 3. 4, 5 


, 6, 7, 8, 10, 14 


Bradstreet, Sii ion 




■5 


Fuller, Jerusha . 
• Fuller, Joruis . 


. ' . 8 




C 




Fuller. Josiah . 


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