Fuller Family of Montague

Last updated: June 9, 2013

The purpose of this page is to track research on the family of Maria FULLER who married Moses BROOKS.

Census research tables

Fullers of Montague and Amherst, Franklin Co., Massachusetts

Index of timelines:

Not to be confused with:

Records

Censuses:

 

1790 Montague, Hampshire Co, MA (listed in order by household) [transcribed]

   Asa Fuller:    1 male  16+,               2 females

   ...

   Sam'l Fuller:  1 male  16+, 1 male  0-16, 4 females
   Moses Brooks:  2 males 16+, 1 male  0-16, 4 females

   Isaiah Fuller: 3 males 16+, 1 male  0-16, 6 females

   Joseph Allis:  2 males 16+, 3 males 0-16, 4 females

   ...
Note: The fact that Moses Brooks appears between two Fullers made it highly likely his wife Maria is closely related to them in some way (this was later confirmed in the Will of Isaiah Fuller).  Per [Montague Deaths], Asa and Isaiah were born about 1733 and 1735, respectively, making them at least one generation older than Maria.  Based on the existence of males 0-16, Samuel may be in about the same generation as Maria.
 

1800 Montague, Hampshire Co, MA (names in original record are listed in roughly alphabetical order)

   Moses Brooks : 01001 43010
   ...
   Asa Fuller   : 00001 00001
   Isaiah Fuller: 00001 00001
   John Fuller  : 21010 21010

   ...

 

1810 Montague, Hampshire Co, MA (names in original record are listed in roughly alphabetical order)
   Horris Brooks: 00100 00000

   ...

   Asa Fuller   : 00001 00001
   John Fuller  : 00111 30001

 

1820 Montague, Franklin Co (formed from Hampshire Co in 1811), MA
   (no Brooks or Fuller)

 

Montague Births (from Montague Vital Records):

Brooks, Charlotte, d. Moses and Meriah, Mar. 2, 1786.

Brooks, Claracy, d. Moses and Meriah, Feb. 22, 1797.

Brooks, Martha, d. Moses and Meriah, Sept. 30, 1794.

Brooks, Mary, d. Moses and Meriah, Dec. 31, 1787.

Brooks, Moses, jr., s. Moses and Moriah, Feb. 27, 1802.

Brooks, Orris, s. Moses and Meriah, Feb. 19, 1789.

Brooks, Parley, d. Moses and Meriah, Oct. 20, 1792.

Brooks, Philenia, d. Moses and Meriah, June 25, 1784.

Fuller (Fullur), Benjamin, s. Benjamin and Silence, May 10, 1769.
Fuller, Benjamin, s. Benjamin, deceased, and Hannah, Mar. 27, 1794.

Fuller, Elijah, s. Benjamin and Silence, Nov. 18, 1772.
Fuller, Issabell, s. Benjamin and Silence, Mar. 26, 1768.

Fuller, Rhody, d. Benjamin and Silence, Nov. 21, 1770.

Fuller (Fullur), Mary, d. Josiah and Sarah, Feb. 13, 1759.

 

Note: the name Isaiah appears in the death and census records, and Josiah does not, and the I and J look the same when written.  Josiah above is the same person as Isaiah, as shown by Isaiah's will.

Montague Marriages:

Fuller (Fullor), Bela, of M., and Ruth Hinckley of Deerfield, int. Dec. 18, 1808.

Fuller, Benjamin [of M. int.], and Silence Granby [of Warwick, int.], Aug. 13, 1767.

Fuller, Benjamin, and Hannah Kendall [Kindal. int.], both of M., Dec. 12, 1793.

Fuller, Content, of M., and Nathan Ingram of Amherst, Dec. 18, 1798.

Fuller (Fullor), Gorge, of Royalston, and Lydia Winslow of M., int. Dec. 29, 1798.

Fuller, Jabez and Hannah Gulburt, both of M., int. Oct. 1, 1797.

Fuller, John, jr., and Abigail Rice of Leverett, Apr. --, 1784. (Intention not recorded)

Fuller (Fullor), John, and Anna Latham, both of M., July 25, 1786. (Intention not recorded)

Fuller, Lucretia, and Silas Dennis [jr. int.], Nov. 4, 1818.

Fuller, Maria, and Moses Brooks, both of M., Mar. 9, 1784. (Intention not recorded)

Fuller, Mary, and Ashael Eastman, both of M., Dec. 30, 1784. [Nov. 21, dup.]

Fuller, Patience, and Reuel Burnham, both of M., int. Mar. 30 [1807.]

 

Montague Deaths:

Fuller (Fullar), Asa, old age, Feb. 24, 1813, a. 79 y. C.R.
Isaiah (Fullar), Oct. 15, 1825, a. 90 y. G.R. 3.

--, w. Isaiah, May 1, 1808, a. 76 y C.R.

--, Mrs., ---, 1823, C.R.

--, wid. Asa, ---, 1824, C.R.

 

Montague Public Records:

Brooks, Moses, resident, 1790. U.S.C.

Fuller, Asa, occupant, 1798. D.T.

Fuller, Isaiah, occupant, 1798. D.T.

 

1771 Tax Valuation List for Montague, MA:

#0104 Benjamin Fuller

#0121 Isaiah Fuller

#0181 Asa Fuller

#0182 John Fuller

 

Taxpayers in Montague, Mass., 1784-1792 (FHL microfilm #886777)

A. Town Tax    Oct. 19, 1784

G. County Tax Mar. 19, 1790

H. State Tax    Oct. 18, 1791

Brooks Moses    A G H

Fuller Asa      A G

Fuller Benjamin     H
Fuller
Isaiah   A G H
Fuller
John       G H
Fuller
Samuel   A G H

Timelines

From the records transcribed above, and other sources cited below, we can construct the following timelines:

Shubael FULLER of Sunderland (from which Montague was formed): person KNBR-BSZ in new.familysearch.org
27 OCT 1701 "Shubal"4 Fuller born in Attleborough, MA, son of David3 (Jonathan2, Robert1) FULLER and Mary ORMSBY
    [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262] [Robert Fuller of Salem, p4] [Attleborough VR, p134] [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
    http://rhead-burtonconnections.com/Fuller%20Ancestors.htm
    http://www.ormsby.org/genie/Jacob_1647.html
  Note: this is NOT the same person as Shubael4 Fuller (John3, Samuel2, Edward1) who was b. abt 1684 Barnstable; d. 29 May 1748 East Haddam CT; m. 8 Dec. 1708 Hannah Crocker. [Fuller Family in England and America, 42-44] [Genealogy of some descendants of Edward Fuller of the Mayflower, 42-44]
  It is also not the same person as the above Shubael's son Shubael5 b. 6 Jan. 1720/1; m1 28 Jan 1744 Hannah Cone; m2 12 Jun 1755 Sarah Chapman.  Children born in East Haddam CT 1745-1772.  "This family removed soon after the Revolution to Savoy, Mass., or a town in that region." (Just east of Savoy is the town of Hawley in Franklin County, but this is not near Montague.) [Fuller Family in England and America, 189-191] [Genealogy of some descendants of Edward Fuller of the Mayflower, 189-191] [Abstract of his son Shubael's rev. war pension file]
22 JUN 1726 "Shuball" Fuller received land from his father David FULLER in Coventry [FHL microfilm #3847, Book 1, Page 401]
  married Sarah [History of Sunderland]
24 JUN 1726 "Shuball" Fuller married in Coventry, Tolland Co, CT, Sarah SCOTT [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262] [Robert Fuller of Salem, p4] [Coventry VR, p141] [Coventry BMD 1:444, FHL microfilm #1376123] [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
  "Shubal Fuller's mark is a half pany on each side of the left eare with the top of the same eare smoth cropt" [Coventry Town records, p.452, FHL microfilm #3861]
 4 JUN 1727 daughter Hannah born in Coventry [Coventry VR, p48] [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262] [Coventry BMD 1:444, FHL microfilm #1376123] [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
27 JAN 1729 son Benjamin born in Coventry [Coventry VR, p48] [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262] [Coventry BMD 1:444, FHL microfilm #1376123] [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
1729 son Benjamin born in Hatfield, son of Shubael Fuller "from Hatfield & Falltown" and Sarah [FHL microfilm #186124]
Note: From wikipedia, "Bernardston was first settled in 1738 as a part of "Fall Town," which also included Colrain and Leyden. Bernardston separated from Colrain and was officially incorporated in 1762, with the town of Leyden being separated from it in 1784"
29 JAN 1728/9 son Benjamin born in Hatfield, son of Shuball and Sarah Fuller [Hatfield BMD, FHL microfilm #760648]
 6 JUL 1729  Hatfield town meeting appoved payment to "Shubalt" Fuller for one day of highway work [Hatfield town records, p.138-139, FHL microfilm #879898]
 1 JUN 1731 daughter Patience born in Coventry [Coventry VR, p48] [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262] [Coventry BMD 1:444, FHL microfilm #1376123] [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
 2 FEB 1733/4 son Asa Fuller born in Coventry [Coventry VR, p48] [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262] [Coventry BMD 1:423, FHL microfilm #1376123] [Coventry BMD 1:444, FHL microfilm #1376123] [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
 8 FEB 1733 "Shobal" Fuller of Coventry sold land to Thomas FULLER of Mansfield [FHL microfilm #3847, Book 2, Page 309]
   Shoball states he received the land from his father 22 June 1726
ABT    1735 probable son Isaiah Fuller born
ABT    1737 daughter Sarah born [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262] [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
 3 JUN 1744 Shubal Fuller, son of Shubael and Sarah Fuller born, recorded in Sunderland [FHL microfilm #768338] [History of Sunderland] [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262] [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
1744 Shubael Fuller born, son of Shubael Fuller "from Hatfield & Falltown" and Sarah
 2 FEB 1746/7 son Benjamin Fuller born in Montague to "Shubael" and Sarah Fuller [History of Sunderland]
   recorded in Sunderland [FHL microfilm #768338] [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262] [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
       1748 paid by town of Sunderland [Sunderland town records, FHL microfilm #866460, p.204]
       1749 paid by town of Sunderland [Sunderland town records, FHL microfilm #866460, p.211]
       1750 Sunderland town meeting "15 Voted Moses Smith, Noah Graves, & Shobal Fuller hogreaves for the year ensuing & sworn"
   Note: Noah Graves above is probably the father-in-law of Hannah Fuller
       1750 paid by town of Sunderland [Sunderland town records, FHL microfilm #866460, p.213]
 4 MAR 1750/1 Sunderland town meeting "18 Voted that we give Shobal Fuller the fees in ye Burying Yard for clearing up the brush this year"
       1751 paid by town of Sunderland [Sunderland town records, FHL microfilm #866460, p.218]
       1752  deeded property in Coventry [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
       1752 paid by town of Sunderland [Sunderland town records, FHL microfilm #866460, p.221]
       1753 paid by town of Sunderland [Sunderland town records, FHL microfilm #866460, p.224]
22 DEC 1753 Montague incorporated, originally the north parish of Sunderland [Montague]
       1763  "Ex.A.p.365 at Springfield Deeds
Shubael Fuller of Montague, Hampshire Co., yeoman, at Inferior Court of Common Pleas Holden at Springfield on last Tuesday of August last (1763).  Recovered damages + judgement against Jonathan Carver of Montague gent'n for 100 debt + costs of suit 2-35-3d his goods to be taken to satisfy above Shubael Fuller with 15-10d additional for this writ also additional for sheriff fees + for want of goods + chattels and Jonathan Carver to be committed unto our gaol in Springfield until he pay full sums.
The doings to be reported to Court of Common Pleas at Northampton upon 2d Tuesday of November next.
Witness - Israel Williams Esq. at Hatfield Sept. 19 1763" [NEHGS Corbin Collection Reel 50 Item 66 page 15]
       1764  deeded property in Montague [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
19 MAR 1779 "Know all Men by these present that I Shuball Fuller of Montague in the County of Hampshire in the State of the Massachusetts bay in New England for and in Consideration of the Sum of six pound thirteen shillings and eighty pence money to me in hand before the ____ hereof well and truly paid by Silence Fuller Widdow of Montague aforesaid the receipt _____ do hereby acknowledg do give grand bargain release remis and forever quit claim to her the sd Silence Fuller her heirs & assigns forever one third part of a certain tract of land cituate in sd Montague containing fifty acres bounded North on County road Near Millers Bridg Easterly on Millers river Westerly on the Mineral hill begin at the top of the steep hill a little South of the road that goes over Millers Bridge runs West _ degree South 26 rod , South 34 Degs, West 24 Rods West 40 degrees South 21 Rods West Deg South 57 Rods East 40 Ds South 95 rods South 95 Deg West 70 Rods South 25 Degs West 10 Rods South 20 Dg West 30 rods to Millers River all which land I have been in possession of & improved & built upon from the year 1750 till the date hereof without molestation.
    To Have & To Hold one third part or seventeen acres contained in the above bound or tract of land the above granted & bargained premices with Privileges & appurtenances thereto belonging or in any wise appertaining to her the sd Silence Fuller her Heirs & assigns forever so that neither I the sd Shubel nor my Heirs nor any in my Name shall have any Right title or Demand to any of the Premises afiresaid but by these presents shall be utterly deprived and debard of the same.
    In Witness whereof I have hereto put my hand & affixed my seal this nineteenth day of March 1779 and in the third year of the American Independence.
    Ephraim Whitney \                    Shubael Fuller & Seal
    Daniel Brooks     /
  no Fullers in Sunderland in Hampshire Co probate record index (1660-1971) at NEHGS library
 
Benjamin FULLER (1729-?), son of Shubael and Sarah Fuller
27 JAN 1729 born in Coventry [Coventry VR, p48] [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262]
        1729 born in Hatfield, son of Shubael Fuller "from Hatfield & Falltown" and Sarah [FHL microfilm #186124]
 
Shubal FULLER (1744-) son of Shubael and Sarah Fuller
 3 JUN 1744 Shubal Fuller, son of Shubael and Sarah Fuller born, recorded in Sunderland [FHL microfilm #768338] [History of Sunderland] [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262]
 
Benjamin FULLER (1747-?) of Montague
 2 FEB 1746/7 born in Montague to Shubael and Sarah Fuller [History of Sunderland] [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262]
       1749 future wife Silence GRANDY born in Montague [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262]
13 AUG 1767 intention to marry Silence GRANBY of Warwick [Montague Marriages]
15 AUG 1767 married Silence "GRANDY" [History of Sunderland] [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262]
26 MAR 1768 son Shubael Fuller born to Silence in Montague [History of Sunderland]
   [Montague Town Records, film #886883, per Sandy Mueller]
   Incorrectly listed as "Issabell" [Montague Births, p22]
10 MAY 1769 son Benjamin born to Silence in Montague [Montague Births] [History of Sunderland]
21 NOV 1770 dau. Rhody born to Silence in Montague [Montague Births, p22]

   or named "Rhoda" [History of Sunderland]

       1771 in tax valuation list in Montague, MA [Tax List]
17 SEP 1772 "Samuel Taylor of Montage, Hampshire Co. Province of Massachusetts Bay for 1-10s conveys to Benjamin Fuller of Montague one tract of land in Montague 1 3/4 acres near Miller's Bridge.  Bounded east on Moses Taylor's land near the top of a steep hill, south on an highway yt is betwixt sd Fuller's dwelling house + this sd tract, north on the top of the grate river bank, Westwardly on sd Taylor's land + is 14 rods in width at south end by sd road + 2 ods at the North end by sd river bank.  To Have + to Hold etc.
Witnesses -                          Samuel Taylor ◊
  Solomon Calkin
  Joseph Root
Rec'd - Nov. 17 1788 { Deed at Greenfield Book 2 p. 605" [NEHGS Corbin Collection Reel 50 Item 66 page 26]
17 SEP 1772 "Moses Taylor of the District of Montague, Hampshire Co. Province of the Massachusetts bay in New england for 18 shillings conveys to Benjamin Fuller of sd. District a certain tract of land in the northeast part of Millers Plain in sd. Montague 3 acres by estimation.  Bounded - South on the County roade, West on Saml Taylor's land, North on Connecticut river, East on Miller's River and the County road.  To Have + to Hold etc.
Witnesses -                            Moses Taylor
  Martin Root
  Elisha Root
Acknowledged at Montague Sept. 16 1773 by Moses Taylor before Joseph Root Just of Peace
Rec'd - Nov. 17 1788 { Deed at Springfield Book 2 p. 607" [NEHGS Corbin Collection Reel 50 Item 66 page 27]
18 NOV 1772 son Elijah born to Silence in Montague [Montague Births, p22] [History of Sunderland][Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262]
BEF 19 MAR 1779 died, since land sale mentions "Silence Fuller Widdow of Montague"
19 MAR 1779 "Know all Men by these present that I Shuball Fuller of Montague in the County of Hampshire in the State of the Massachusetts bay in New England for and in Consideration of the Sum of six pound thirteen shillings and eighty pence money to me in hand before the ____ hereof well and truly paid by Silence Fuller Widdow of Montague aforesaid the receipt _____ do hereby acknowledg do give grand bargain release remis and forever quit claim to her the sd Silence Fuller her heirs & assigns forever one third part of a certain tract of land cituate in sd Montague containing fifty acres bounded North on County road Near Millers Bridg Easterly on Millers river Westerly on the Mineral hill begin at the top of the steep hill a little South of the road that goes over Millers Bridge runs West _ degree South 26 rod , South 34 Degs, West 24 Rods West 40 degrees South 21 Rods West Deg South 57 Rods East 40 Ds South 95 rods South 95 Deg West 70 Rods South 25 Degs West 10 Rods South 20 Dg West 30 rods to Millers River all which land I have been in possession of & improved & built upon from the year 1750 till the date hereof without molestation.
    To Have & To Hold one third part or seventeen acres contained in the above bound or tract of land the above granted & bargained premices with Privileges & appurtenances thereto belonging or in any wise appertaining to her the sd Silence Fuller her Heirs & assigns forever so that neither I the sd Shubel nor my Heirs nor any in my Name shall have any Right title or Demand to any of the Premises afiresaid but by these presents shall be utterly deprived and debard of the same.
    In Witness whereof I have hereto put my hand & affixed my seal this nineteenth day of March 1779 and in the third year of the American Independence.
    Ephraim Whitney \                    Shubael Fuller & Seal
    Daniel Brooks   /
18 OCT 1791 (son) taxpayer in Montague, MA [Taxpayers in Montague]
16 FEB 1792 (son) in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884]
12 DEC 1793 (son) Benjamin intent to marry Hannah KENDALL of Montague [Montague Marriages][History of Sunderland]
ABT    1794 (son) Benjamin died [Montague Births]
27 MAR 1794 (grandson) Benjamin born [Montague Births]
 
Shubal FULLER (1768-) son of Benjamin and Silence Fuller
  not to be confused with Shubael Fuller (1766-1840s) of East Haddam, CT, Vermont, and Boston, Erie Co., NY
  future wife Decima FIELD born daughter of Aaron FIELD and Eunice FRARY of Bernardston, Franklin Co., MA [Field Genealogy, p.230]
26 MAR 1768 born in Montague [History of Sunderland]
   [Montague Town Records, film #886883, per Sandy Mueller]
   incorrectly listed as a son "Issabell" in [Montague Births, p22]
ABT    1778 various Montague families begin moving to Winhall, Bennington Co., VT [Winhall, p.246]
 4 JUL 1790 Shubael Fuller of Winhall (Bennington Co., Vermont) and Decima FIELD of Bernardston announced in Bernardston intention to marry[Massachusetts, Town Records, 1620-1988]
 1 AUG 1790  marriage to Decima FIELD of Bernardston solemnized in Bernardston by Amasa Cook, pastor [Bernardston town records]
       1790 probably the "Shubil" Fuller in census in Winhall, Bennington Co., Vermont [1790 census]
   2 males 16+ (Shubael 22, ?)
   1 males 0-16+ (Silas?)
   1 females (Decima 28)
surrounded by Montague citizens: John Brooks, Moses Taylor, Seth Taylor, Ephraim Whitney, Jonathon Taylor
16 DEC 1790  Silas Fuller, son of Shubael and Decima born [Francis M. Northrop records]
16 DEC 1792 Artemas Fuller, son of Shubael and Decima born [Francis M. Northrop records]
23 MAR 1795 Shubael Fuller and Ephraim Whitney appeared as witnesses on a deed for Ebenezer Eaton in Winhall [Bennington County VT Records 1782-1832 Vol. B, per Sandy Mueller]
25 JUN 1795 son Artemas Fuller died [Minerva Fuller family history]
17 AUG 1796 Shubel Fuller of Winhall sold land to Nathaniel B. Brown of Winhall for 12.  Witnessed by Nathaniel Brown and Ephraim Whitney [Bennington County VT Records 1782-1832 Vol. B, per Sandy Mueller]
16 MAR 1798 Minerva Fuller, daughter of Shubael and Decima, born in Kingsbury, Washington Co., NY [obituary] [death certificate]
 2 APR 1799  "Sherbael" Fuller elected pathmaster (road supervisor) #3 on the lake shore (Lake George) at first town meeting of Bolton, NY [History of Warren County, p.532]
  A part of Minerva's early life was spent near Lake George [obituary]
 4 AUG 1800 "Subel" Fuller in census in Bolton, Washington Co., NY [1800 census]
   1 male 10-16 (Silas 10)
   1 male 26-45 (Shubael 32)
   1 female 0-10 (Minerva 2)
   1 female 26-45 (Decima 38)
       1801  Shubal Fuller appeared on the Assessment Roll of Sherburne, Chenango Co., NY. Nathaniel Brown, Nathaniel B. Brown, Joseph and Nathaniel Rose, Elijha and Ephraim Whitney appear also. [Sandy Mueller]
 6 AUG 1810 "Shubal" Fuller in census in Sherburne, Chenango Co., NY [1810 census]
   1 male 16-26 (Silas 20)
   1 male 26-45 (Shubael 42)
   1 female 45+ (Decima 48?)
Also in the same location are Joseph Rose, Ephraim Whitney, Ebenezer Eaton, and Nathaniel Brown
ABT    1812 When daughter Minerva was 14, Shubael went to Ohio on business and nothing was heard from for two heard, supposed to have died among strangers [Minerva Fuller obituary] [Minerva Fuller obituary]
       1813  At the end of 1813, Shubael Fuller disappeared while traveling. No record of Shubael Fuller from Montague has been found after this time. Family moved to E. Penfield, Monroe Co., NY without Shubael in 1814/1815. [Minerva Fuller family history, per Sandy Mueller]
11 AUG 1814 Chymena Fuller, daughter of Shubael and Decima, born [Francis M. Northrop records]
 4 SEP 1815  daughter Chymena died [Francis M. Northrop records]
16 FEB 1817 daughter Minerva married William Silas FULLER [Minerva Fuller obituary] [Minerva Fuller obituary]
 8 JAN 1830  son-in-law William Silas Fuller died, leaving Minerva to care for 4 small children and an aged mother (Decima Field?) [Minerva Fuller obituary] [Minerva Fuller obituary]
 1 JUN 1850  daughter Minerva Fuller in census in Penfield, Monroe Co., NY [1850 census]
  1 JUN 1855  grandson Artemus (son of Minerva) in census in Penfield, Monroe Co., NY [Ancestry board post] [1855 census]
  1 JUN 1870  daughter Minerva Fuller in census in Penfield, Monroe Co., NY [Ancestry board post] [1870 census]
 1 JUN 1880  daughter Minerva Fuller in census in Penfield, Monroe Co., NY [1880 census]
29 SEP 1882 daughter Minerva Fuller died in E. Penfield, Monroe Co., NY [obituary] [Minerva Fuller obituary] [death certificate, per Sandy Mueller]
 1 OCT 1882  daughter Minerva Fuller buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Penfield [Burials in Oakwood Cemetery] [obituary] [Minerva Fuller obituary]
 9 NOV 1898  son Artimas S. Fuller buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Penfield [Burials in Oakwood Cemetery]
 
Hannah FULLER of Sunderland
  daughter of Shubael and Sarah (Scott) FULLER [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262]
       1724 future husband Reuben5 GRAVES born (Noah4, Samuel3, John2, Thomas1) [History of Sunderland]
 4 JUN 1727 born in Coventry Twp, Tolland Co, CT [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262] [Coventry VR, p48] [Coventry BMD 1:444, FHL microfilm #1376123]
18 SEP 1748 married Reuben GRAVES, recorded in Sunderland [FHL microfilm #768338, p.165] [History of Sunderland] [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262] [Graves genealogy] [Thomas Graves genealogy, p.57]
20 JUN 1749 daughter Patience born [History of Sunderland] [Graves genealogy]
19 JUN 1751 son Noah GRAVES born [History of Sunderland] [Graves genealogy] [Thomas Graves genealogy, p.110]
24 JUN 1753 son Gideon born [History of Sunderland] [Graves genealogy]
  4 NOV 1755 son Asa born [History of Sunderland] [Graves genealogy]
   born at Sunderland [Thomas Graves genealogy, p.110]
19 MAR 1758 son Selah born [History of Sunderland] [Graves genealogy]
31 MAY 1760 son Randall born [History of Sunderland] [Graves genealogy]
 1 MAY 1763 daughter Submit born [History of Sunderland] [Graves genealogy]
23 FEB 1766 son Martin born [History of Sunderland] [Graves genealogy]
       1769 daughter Patience married John GILSON, son of John and Hannah (Green) GILSON [Samuel Morrison, p60-61] [History of Sunderland]
Note: [Graves Genealogy, p49] and [Thomas Graves Genealogy, p57] both incorrectly state that Patience married Isaac CARDELL, but [Samuel Morrison, p65] rebuts this.
10 JUN 1773 son Noah married Ruth WILDE
21 AUG 1769 daughter Hannah born [History of Sunderland] [Graves genealogy]
11 MAR 1778 husband Reuben GRAVES died [History of Sunderland] [Graves genealogy]
12 FEB 1783 remarried Moses FRARY [History of Sunderland]
    "Frary, Moses of A[shfield], and Hannah Graves, wid., of Sunderland, Feb. 12, 1783, in Sunderland." [Ashfield VR, p.159]
       1783 son Asa married Roxanna6 GRAVES (Joel5, Jonathan4, Samuel3, John2, Thomas1) [History of Sunderland] [Graves genealogy]
14 AUG 1788 son Martin married at Montague, Hannah JEFFERSON of Whately, daughter of Amos JEFFERSON [Deerfield VR, p190] [History of Sunderland]
       1790 in census in Sunderland, MA [1790 census]
   2 males 16+ (Moses, ?)
   2 females (Hannah, dau. Hannah?)
       1790 son Martin GRAVES in census in Montague, MA [1790 census]
   1 male 16+ (Martin)
   2 females (Hannah, ?)
       1790 son(?) Noah GRAVES in census in Montague, MA [1790 census]
   1 male 16+ (Noah)
   2 females (Ruth, ?)
       1790 son Asa GRAVES in census in Montague, MA [1790 census]
   2 males 16+
   2 males 0-16
   2 females
       1790  step-son Moses Frary Jr. in census in Ashfield, MA [1790 census]
   1 male 16+
   3 males 0-16
   5 females
29 DEC 1791 daughter Submit married her step-brother Julius C. FRARY,
   son of Moses and Abigail (Fairfield) Frary. [History of Sunderland] [Bio] [American Silversmiths]
16 JAN 1792 daughter Hannah married Elisha MACK of Montague [History of Sunderland, p356]
Note the following conflicting sources are almost certainly in error because a Hannah Graves born in December 1779 would only be age 12 in January 1792:
* [Thomas Graves Genealogy, p69] and [Graves Genealogy, p61] state that Elisha Mack of Montague married Hannah Graves, dau. of Simeon (Phineas, Isaac, John, Isaac, Thomas) and Persis Graves, b. 29 Dec. 1779.  [History of Sunderland, p357] on the other hand shows Simon son of Phineas with no marriage to Persis or daughter Hannah, only a marriage to Huldah Hubbard.
* [Thomas Graves Genealogy, p93] and [Graves Genealogy, p92] state that Elisha Mack of Montague married Hannah Graves, dau. of Simon (Elisha, Jonathan, Samuel, John, Thomas) and Persis Graves of Sunderland, b. 25 Dec. 1779 in Sunderland.  [History of Sunderland, p362] on the other hand shows Simon son of Elisha md. Persis with a dau. Hannah b. 25 Dec. 1779, but no marriage is shown for Hannah.
* [Mack Genealogy, p886] states that Elisha Mack married Hannah Graves, dau. of Simeon and Persis Graves.
Note the following additional conflicting sources:
* [History of Deerfield, 2:236] states that Elisha Mack married Hannah Graves, dau. of Selah Graves of Sunderland.  However History of Sunderland p363 shows Selah Graves m. Mary Bush and no daughter Hannah is listed.
 3 OCT 1792 (doubtful) daughter Hannah married Lieut. Aaron LORD of Athol. [Graves genealogy, p50] [Thomas graves genealogy, p58]
Note: this appears to be in error.  Aaron LORD of Athol married Hannah GRAVES dau. of Lt. Abner and Alice (RICHARDSON) LORD of Athol, b. 27 May 1770. [Cutter, p2268] [Graves genealogy, p55] [Thomas graves genealogy, p63]
 1 MAR 1804 husband Moses FRARY died [History of Sunderland]
 6 JUN 1817 died [History of Sunderland] [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262]
Note: no probate found in Franklin Co. probate index (1812-1925) at NEHGS
 6 OCT 1823 son Asa GRAVES died in Rome, NY [History of Sunderland]
 7 OCT 1825 son Selah GRAVES died [History of Sunderland]
20 DEC 1831 son Randall GRAVES died in Howard, NY [History of Sunderland]

Sarah FULLER of Sunderland
  daughter of Shubael Fuller? (the fact that she named a son Shubael supports this possibility)
   probably the same person as Sarah daughter of Shubael FULLER and Sarah SCOTT, md. "Edward GRIMES" [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262]
11 MAR 1731 future husband Eldad GRAVES born, son of John4, Daniel3, John2, Thomas1 [Graves genealogy] [Thomas graves genealogy, p60]
12 MAR 1731 future husband Eldad GRAVES born, son of John and Mary (BUSH) GRAVES [History of Sunderland]
ABT    1737 born (estimated from marriage date)
26 MAY 1757 Eldad GRAVES of Mansfield & Sarah FULLER of Sunderland were married [Film #768338, p.168][Thomas graves genealogy, p60] [History of Sunderland] [Graves genealogy, p53]
   "They resided at Sunderland and New Canaan, Conn." [Graves genealogy, p53]
   AUG 1757 went with Capt. Ezra Clap's company, most of whom went about 100 miles from home and back again, and charged for a service of 14 1/13 days during the Seven Years' War [Westfield and Its Historic Influences]
12 MAR 1758 son Eldad Jr born at Sunderland [Graves genealogy, p53]
19 AUG 1759 daughter Lucy born at Montague [Graves genealogy, p53] [Montague births, p22]
17 AUG 1761 son Medad born at Montague and died soon [Graves genealogy, p53] [Thomas graves genealogy, p60] [Montague births, p22]
17 AUG 1761 son Medad died at Montague [Montague deaths, p135]
16 AUG 1763 son Shubael born in Sunderland and prob. died young [Graves genealogy] [Montague births, p22]
 7 AUG 1765 daughter Sarah born at Sunderland [Graves genealogy]
   or at New Canaan [Montague births, p22]
30 JUL 1767 son John born at Sunderland [Graves genealogy] [Montague births, p22]
 6 OCT 1783 son John died at Conway, Franklin Co, MA [Graves genealogy]
       1790 possibly in census in Canaan, Columbia Co, NY [Toby Williams] [1790 census]
   1 male 16+ (Eldad 59 or Eldad Jr 32)
   3 females (Sarah, ?, ?)
   Note: there are 4 FULLER families also in Canaan:
      p218 Peter FULLER   10100 [1790 census]
      p221 Elijah FULLER  11300 [1790 census]
      p223 Buckman FULLER 12200 [1790 census]
      p226 Amos FULLER    10101 [1790 census]
  According to
  http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=REG&db=flakey&id=I529113745&ti=5538 and
  http://home.earthlink.net/~bwlane2/bks/BK-Fuller-pvt.pdf
  an Amos5 (Amos4, Benjamin3, Benjamin2, Robert1 of Rehoboth, ThomasA, RobertB, JohnC, WilliamD, JohnE, WilliamF) Fuller was b. 9 Sep 1745 at Hebron, Tolland Co, CT; m. 11 June 1767 Margaret MORGAN, and Amos's uncle Elijah BUELL died in Canaan, Columbia Co, NY
  Beekman6 (Cornelius5, Matthew4, Samuel3, Samuel2, Edward1, RobertB, JohnC, WilliamD, JohnE, WilliamF) Fuller was b. 13 October 1750 at Hebron, Tolland Co, NY; d. 8 April 1832 at Canaan Center, Columbia Co, NY; m. 8 May 1775 at Canaan Center, Columbia Co, NY, Naomi BARNES.
  Elijah6 (brother of Beekman) was b. abt 1748 at Hebron, Tolland Co, CT; d. 9 June 1821 at Carmel, Putnam Co, NY; m. Martha.
 4 AUG 1800 possibly in census in Canaan, Columbia Co, NY [1800 census]
   1 male 10-16
   1 male 45+ (Eldad 69 or Eldad Jr 42)
   1 female 10-16
   1 female 16-26
   1 female 45+
   Note: there are 2 FULLER families also in Canaan:
      p64 Beckman FULLER 21001 01111 [1800 census]
      p73 Daton FULLER   10010 10100 [1800 census]
According to http://home.earthlink.net/~bwlane2/bks/BK-Fuller-pvt.pdf
   Jonah Dayton Fuller, son of Beekman Fuller, was b. 1 Feb. 1776 in Columbia Co, NY; d. 28 Feb. 1824; m. 1799 Lydia SQUIRES.
 

Asa FULLER (1733-1813) of Montague: person KHY5-WG6 in new.familysearch.org

  son of Shubael FULLER and Sarah SCOTT
ABT    1733 born [Montague Deaths]
 2 FEB 1733/4 born in Coventry, Tolland Co, CT [Coventry VR, p48] [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262]
1752 an "Asahel Fuller" in Sunderland [History of Sunderland, p.343]
       1771 in tax valuation list in Montague, MA [Tax List]
19 APR 1775 as a Sergt., minute man of Montague, responded to alarm from Lexington
[History and Proceedings of the Pocumtuck Valley Memory Association] [Montague Massachusetts History, fiche #6087361] [History of the Connecticut Valley in Massachusetts, 1:70]
  1775-1779 "Fuller, Asa, Montague.  Sergeant, Capt. Thomas Grover's co. of Minute-men, Col. Williams's regt., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 18 days; also, Sergeant, Capt. Asahel Gunn's co., Col. David Wells's regt.; engaged Sept. 23, 1777; discharged Oct. 18, 1777; service, 1 mo. 1 day, travel included, on an expedition to Northern department; roll dated Montague; also, Sergeant, Capt. Samuel Merriman's (2d) co., Col. Israel Chapen's (3d) regt.; enlisted Oct. 15, 1779; discharged Nov. 21, 1779; service, 1 mo. 14 days, travel included, at Claverack. " [Massachusetts Solders and Sailors in the Revolutionary War]
   OCT 1779 one of 8 soldiers paid 40 by town of Montague [Montague - Revolutionary Reminiscences] [History of Montague, 130]
19 OCT 1784 taxpayer in Montague, MA [Taxpayers in Montague]
19 MAR 1790 taxpayer in Montague, MA [Taxpayers in Montague]
       1790 in census in Montague, MA [1790 census]
   1 male 16+ (Asa 57)
   2 females (wife, dau?)
       1798 in Montague, MA [Montague Public Records] [Massachusetts and Maine 1798 Direct Tax]
   1 house, $30
   15 acres, $75
 4 AUG 1800 in census in Montague, MA [1800 census]
   1 male 45+ (Asa 67)
   1 female 45+ (wife)
12 FEB 1805 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.44]
16 DEC 1806 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.49]
10 FEB 1807 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.52]
 8 APR 1807 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.54]
27 AUG 1807 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.56]
25 JAN 1808 from this point on Asa does NOT appear in Montague tax records
[Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.59]
 6 AUG 1810 in census in Montague, MA [1810 census]
   1 male 45+ (Asa 77)
   1 female 45+ (wife)
24 FEB 1813 died in Montague, MA [Montague Deaths] [Montague VR, p134]
(no will listed in Franklin Co Probate index 1812-1925 [FHL microfilm #854379])
       1824 wife died in Montague, MA [Montague Deaths] [Montague VR, p134]

Asa FULLER (1733-1769) of Hebron, Tolland Co, CT
probably son of probably son of Abiel3 (Benjamin2, Robert1) Fuller and Hannah Porter of Lebanon
  Not the same as Asa Fuller of Middletown, son of John5 (Samuel4, John3, Samuel2, Edward1) and Sarah (CLOTHIER) FULLER [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] on Google.com [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] at Ancestry.com
15 APR 1754 married at Hebron, Tolland Co, CT, Margaret DERBY, dau. of John and Hannah (_____) DERBY [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262] [Hebron VR, Barbour Collection] [Hebron BMD 2:28, FHL microfilm #1376165]
    Apparently there's also a source (not yet checked): "Genealogical record of decendents [sic] of John Derby of Greenwich, Connecticut, Brook Haven, Long Island, New York and Hebron, Connecticut" (OCLC # 44595432)
11 MAY 1755 son Daton FULLER born in Hebron, Tolland Co, CT [Hebron VR, Barbour Collection] [Hebron BMD 2:176, FHL microfilm #1376165]
12 MAY 1755 son Dayton FULLER born in Hebron, Tolland Co, CT [Delia M. Fairchild letter]
25 SEP 1755 bought land in Hebron from Hannah DARBE [FHL microfilm #4441, p.169]
29 MAY 1756 dau. Amey FULLER born in Hebron, Tolland Co, CT [Hebron VR, Barbour Collection] [Hebron BMD 2:176, FHL microfilm #1376165]
17 MAR 1757 sold land in Hebron to Isaac FORD [FHL microfilm #4441, p.911]
 8 JUN 1758 son Asa FULLER born in Hebron, Tolland Co, CT [Ancestry message board post]
27 MAR 1760 dau. Hannah FULLER born in Hebron, Tolland Co, CT [Hebron VR, Barbour Collection]
16 SEP 1769 died in Hebron [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262] [Hebron VR, Barbour Collection] [Hebron BMD, volume 2, item 3, FHL microfilm #1376165]
   APR 1775 son Dayton enlisted from Hebron, served 8 mos.,Private,Capt. Levi Wells, Col.Enos [Delia M Fairchild letter]
   His brother Asa served in the same Company [Delia M Fairchild letter]
  6 MAY 1775 wife Margaret remarried David FINNEY in Lebanon [Register 60:156][Lebanon VR, Barbour Collection, 84]
   APR 1775  son Asa enlisted from Hebron, for 8 mos. under Capt. Levi Wells, Col. Enos; enlisted Aug. 1776 for 2 1/2 mos. under Capt. David Miller, Col. Jones; enlisted January 1777 for 3 mos. under Capt. Riley.  [Asa Fuller pension application #W24258]
ABT    1776 sons Asa and Dayton were supposedly Revolutionary War soldiers [Ancestry message board post] [Pavone Genealogy]
Dayton Fuller listed in Berkshire Co in Statement of Revolutionary Pensioners [NewEnglandAncestors] and in [History of Lenox and Richmond]
22 SEP 1777 probable son Asa FULLER md. Abigail BLISH in Colchester, New London Co, CT [Colchester marriage records] [Early Connecticut Marriages, p114]
19 JAN 1778 son Dayton & Hannah had a son Elisha in Hebron, Tolland Co, CT [Hebron VR, Barbour Collection]
ABT    1781 dau. Amy Fuller md. (as 1st wife) Reuben BILL poss. in Lebanon/Goshen, CT [Elaine Pavone]
   [History of the Bill Family, p.189]
   children: Delilah, Cynthia, Aaron, Amy, Lydia
       1790 son Daton probably in census in Lenox, Berkshire Co, MA [1790 census]
   1 male 16+ (Daton 45)
   2 males 0-16
   4 females
       1790 son Asa FULLER in census in Pittsfield, Berkshire Co, MA [1790 census]
   1 male 16+ (Asa)
   2 males 0-16 (Oliver 11, Asa 4)
   5 female (Abigail, Abigail 10, Margaret 8, Filena 6, Susanna 2)
   Note: Lenox and Pittsfield are adjacent to each other
       1790 dau. Amy in census in Dalton, Berkshire Co, MA with "Rheuben Bills" [1790 census]
   1 male 16+ (Reuben)
   1 male 0-16 (Aaron)
   4 females (Amy, Delilah?, Cynthia?, Amy?)
   Note: in same town is Aaron Fuller (1m 16+, 2m 0-16, 1f)
 2 SEP 1794  dau. Amy prob. died before this date, when her husband Reuben Bill remarried Rhoda Cheesman [Elaine Pavone]
 4 AUG 1800 son Asa FULLER in census in Pittsfield, Berkshire, MA [1800 census]
   3 males 0-10 (Dennis 4, Chauncy 6, Ruby 0)
   1 male 10-16 (Asa 14)
   1 male 26-45 (Asa 42)
   2 females 0-10 (Ashley 2, Eunice 9)
   1 female 10-16 (Susanna 12)
   3 females 16-26 (Filena 16, Margaret 18, Abigail 20)
   1 female 26-45 (Abigail)
Note: wife Margaret FINNEY likely also in same location, in David FINNEY household, female age 45+
 4 AUG 1800 (doubtful) son Daton FULLER possibly in census in Canaan, Columbia Co, NY [1800 census]
   1 male 0-10
   1 male 26-45
   1 female 0-10
   1 female 16-26
   This appears to instead be Jonah Dayton Fuller son of Beekman Fuller [Lane, p.29]
 6 AUG 1810 (doubtful) son Dayton FULLER possibly in census in Canaan, Columbia Co, NY [1810 census]
   1 male 0-10
   1 male 10-16
   1 male 26-45
   2 females 0-10
   1 female 26-45
   This appears to instead be Jonah Dayton Fuller son of Beekman Fuller [Lane, p.29]
       1820  son Dayton FULLER in census in Lenox, Berkshire Co, MA [1820 census]
   1 male 0-10
   1 male 45+ (Asa 62)
   1 female 0-10
   1 female 26-45
   1 female 45+ (Abigail)
 1 JUN 1830 son Daton FULLER in census in Lenox, Berkshire Co, MA [1830 census]
   2 males 0-5
   1 male 5-10
   1 male 80-90 (Asa 72)
   1 female 40-50
 2 JAN 1831  son Dayton FULLER a pauper in Lenox, Berkshire Co, MA [Acts and Resolves Passed by the General Court]
   also lists Dayton Fuller Jr., Erastus Fuller, and Lester Fuller (some of his children acc. to FGS in LDS archives)
 2 OCT 1832  Dayton Fuller applied for pension from Lenox, Berkshire Co., MA [Delia M. Fairchild letter]
 6 AUG 1833  son Dayton Fuller died at Lenox, ae 75 years, a rev. pensioner [Some Veterans of the American Revolution]
 7 JUL 1833 son Dayton Fuller died at Lenox, ae 75, Rev. pensioner [The Journal and Argus, Lenox, July 11]

 

Asa FULLER (1733-1811) of Colchester, CT, Middletown, Middlesex Co, CT, and Rome NY

  person KN49-C7D at new.familysearch.org
  son of John5 (Samuel4, John3, Samuel2, Edward1) FULLER and Sarah CLOTHIER, of Colchester and Wethersfield, CT [Mayflower Families 4:164] [TAG 15:42]
  Notes:
1) Colchester is adjacent to Hebron, and not adjacent to Middletown.
   Not the same as Asa Fuller of Hebron
2) The maritime records and 1800 census below provide evidence that Asa of Middletown moved to Rome.  However, Asa b.1758 of Hebron also moved there.
3) Homer W. Brainard, in [NYGBR 34:185], published 1903, states regarding John5 FULLER:
   "I have been unable to find any further information in regard to this family.  Child:
    Asa,6 bap. Oct. 28, 1733, at Colchester.
    The following from Middletown, Conn. Records, I suppose
    refers to Asa,6 just mentioned."
   followed by the Middletown information.
4) William Hyslop Fuller in [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169], published 1908, only says the Asa of Colchester was "supposed" to be Asa of Middletown.  This is a reference to NYGBR above, as evidenced by [Homer W. Brainard letter], dated 7 JAN 1908.
5) The 1925 maritime records below state that Asa of Middletown was born in Colchester.  However, it is unclear what the source was.
6) Brainard in TAG 15:38-50, published 1938, regarding Asa of Colchester shows events in Middletown, referencing William Hyslop Fuller above, Middletown VR below for the marriage, and Middletown Deeds for further information on Mary Goodwin.
28 OCT 1733 bapt. at Colchester, New London Co, CT [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] [NYGBR 34:185] [Robert Fuller] [TAG 15:41-42] [Mayflower Families 4:164] [Homer W. Brainard letter] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
11 AUG 1738 future wife Mary GOODWIN born in Middletown, Middlesex, CT, dau. of Nathaniel and Rebeckah (EATON) GOODWIN of Boston, Mass., and Middletown, Conn. [TAG 15:42 lists mother as Mary EATON] [Middletown VR]
       1741 mother moved to Albany with William GOODRICH of Sharon, CT [Mayflower Families 4:163]
25 FEB 1743/4 father John FULLER filed for divorce [Mayflower Families 4:163]
  father lived in Farmington CT during the proceedings [Mayflower Families 4:163]
13 OCT 1743 married at Nine Partners, Dutchess Co, NY, Penelope (or Peniniah) TOOLA [Mayflower Families 4:164]
   SEP 1744 parents' divorce granted [Mayflower Families 4:164]
14 NOV 1757 sister Irene FULLER born [Mayflower Families 4:164] [Newington 1776 Census. p.16]
17 OCT 1762 married Mary GOODWIN in Middletown, Middlesex, CT (not far from Colchester) [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] [NYGBR 34:185] [Middletown VR] [TAG 15:41-42] [Robert Fuller] [Mayflower Families 4:164] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
 6 JUL 1763 son Jesse born in Middletown, Middlesex, CT [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] [NYGBR 34:185] [Middletown VR] [TAG 15:42] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
21 SEP 1763 son Jesse died [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] [NYGBR 34:185] [Middletown VR] [TAG 15:42] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
 7 OCT 1764  Asa Fuller, adult, made profession of faith and was baptised, and Samuel his son [Middletown church records 2:19, FHL microfilm #4848]
12 OCT 1764 son Samuel born in Middletown, Middlesex, CT [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] [NYGBR 34:185] [Middletown VR] [TAG 15:42] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
20 JAN 1765 "Mary wife of Asa Fuller renewed her baptismal covenant" [Middletown church records 2:20, FHL microfilm #4848]
31 OCT 1765 "Jehiel Baldwin of Meriden parish in Wallingford and Bridget my wife, and Elizabeth Goodwin of Middletown, for natural love and affection we have and do bear to our nephew Samuel Fuller, son to Asa Fuller of said Middletown, convey to said Samuel land that did belong to our honored father, Mr. Nathaniel Goodwin, late of Middletown, deceased, reserving the use of said land to the said Asa Fuller, father to said Samuel, during his natural life." [TAG 15:42] [Homer W. Brainard letter]
  1 NOV 1765 "Asa Fuller and Mary his wife, both of Middletown, convey to Samuel Goodwin of Middletown all the right we have to the estate of our honored father, Nathaniel Goodwin, late of Middletown, deceased, either real or personal." [TAG 15:42]
 1 NOV 1766 son Amasa born in Middletown, Middlesex, CT [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] [NYGBR 34:185] [Middletown VR] [TAG 15:42] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
 2 NOV 1766  son Amasa baptised in Middletown [Middletown church records 2:28, FHL microfilm #4848]
28 NOV 1766 son Amasa died [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] [NYGBR 34:185] [Middletown VR] [TAG 15:42] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
28 DEC 1767 dau. Mary born in Middletown, Middlesex, CT [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] [NYGBR 34:185] [Middletown VR] [TAG 15:42] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
 3 JAN 1768  dau. "Polly" (Mary) baptised in Middletown [Middletown church records 2:32, FHL microfilm #4848]
10 MAR 1769 father John FULLER of Wethersfield died shortly before this date, when Asa's half-sister Irene chose her mother Penelope FULLER to be her guardian [TAG 15:40]
16 SEP 1769 an Asa of Hebron died on this date [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262] [Hebron VR, Barbour Collection] However, this is not consistent with this Asa's children's birthdates below so cannot be this Asa.
26 JAN 1769/70 dau. Anna born in Middletown, Middlesex, CT [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] [NYGBR 34:185] [Middletown VR] [TAG 15:42] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
 4 FEB 1770  daughter Anna baptised in Middletown [Middletown church records 2:39, FHL microfilm #4848]
29 JUL 1772 son Charles born in Middletown, Middlesex, CT [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] [NYGBR 34:185] [Middletown VR] [TAG 15:42] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
 8 AUG 1772 son Charles died [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] [NYGBR 34:185] [Middletown VR] [TAG 15:42] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
10 APR 1773 son Charles born in Middletown, Middlesex, CT [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] [NYGBR 34:185] [Middletown VR] [TAG 15:42] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
17 APR 1774 son Charles baptised in Middletown [Middletown church records 2:57, FHL microfilm #4848]
 6 MAR 1775 son Stephen born in Middletown, Middlesex, CT [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] [NYGBR 34:185] [Middletown VR] [TAG 15:42] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
20 MAR 1776 paid cash 2-12-0 for freight from Middletown [History of maritime Connecticut during the American revolution, 2:271]
11 MAY 1778 "RETALIATION, Schooner.
   Asa Fuller of Middletown, commander, duly commissioned
by Governor Trumbull, is recorded in the Hartford County
Maritime Court as having captured the British schooner True-
love, 50 tons burthen, Charles Moulton late master, on the 11th
of May, 1778, according to libel and other papers on file, and
decree awarded captor.
   He also captured the British sloop Liverpool, 45 tons, Jabez
Cobb late master, with cargo of sea coal, on April 17, 1778, in
company with Capt. Joshua Griffith, with the schooner Fessey.
The Liverpool's papers and permits from Halifax, are on file.
Decree awarded captors.  Asa Fuller was born at Colchester
in October, 1733, and died at Rome, N. Y., Aug. 30, 1811.
He married Mary Goodwin of Middletown, Oct. 17, 1762."
[History of maritime Connecticut during the American revolution, 2:207]
[History of maritime Connecticut during the American revolution, 2:45]
Note: above was published 1925, after the "supposed" connection to Colchester.
 3 FEB 1779 dau. Sarah born in Middletown, Middlesex, CT [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] [NYGBR 34:185] [Middletown VR] [TAG 15:42] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
 4 FEB 1779  dau. "Sally" (Sarah) baptised [Middletown church records 2:16, FHL microfilm #4848]
 8 JUL 1781 "FLYING FISH, Armed Boat.
   Asa Fuller of Middletown, commander of this armed ves-
sel, captured the British schooner Delight, James Coffin, late
master, July 8, 1781, while cruising on Long Island Sound,
together with a cargo of boards, grain, flour, etc., bound to
Long Island for the enemy's use.  Decree granted favorable
to captor."
[History of maritime Connecticut during the American revolution, 2:92]
       1789 dau. Anna married Mr. ARULIUS of Middletown, Middlesex, CT [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169]
    (Searched 1790 Middletown census, no Arulius or similar, but there is a Julius Riley)
22 OCT 1789 "Asa Fuller and Mary my wife, both of Middletown, convey to John Nott of Middletown land within the limits of the city, near the river side, thirty feet wide and is the same land that was given to our son Samuel Fuller, who has been long absent and supposed to be dead, by a deed of gift from Mr. Jehiel Baldwin and Bridget his wife and Mistress Elizabeth Goodwin, as will appear on record, which we were to have the use and improvement of during our natural lives, before it could become the property of our said son, Samuel Fuller, supposed to be dead." [TAG 15:42] [Homer W. Brainard letter]
       1790 in census in Middleton, Middlesex Co, CT [1790 census]
   2 males 16+ (Asa 56, Charles 17)
   1 male 0-16 (Stephen 15)
   3 females (wife Mary, Mary 23, Sarah 11)
  5 OCT 1799 dau. Mary married Thomas STARR of Middletown, Middlesex, CT [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
  4 AUG 1800 in census in Rome, Oneida Co, NY [1800 census]
   1 male 16-26 (Stephen 25)
   1 male 26-45 (Charles 27)
   1 male 45+ (Asa 66)
   1 female 45+ (wife Mary)
   Note: on the same page is a John Fuller (30010 00100)
 6 JUL 1803 son Charles married Philinda WELLES [Edward Fuller descendants, p170] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
   children born at Lee, NY and Rome, NY
21 JUL 1803 Advertisement in The Patriot (Utica, New York) on 8 AUG 1808 and 29 AUG 1808 issues (in Early American Newspapers Series 1, 1690-1876) reads:
"By order of his honor, Hugh White Esq. one of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas, in and for the county of Oneida, Notice is hereby given, to all the creditors of Asa Fuller, an Insolvent debtor, that they shew cause, if any they have, before the next court of common pleas, to be held in and for the said county, on the first Tuesday of September next, at the School house in the town of Rome, why an assignment of the said Insolvent's estate should not be made, and he be discharged, according to "An act for giving relief in cases of insolvency," passed April 3, 1801.
Dated July 21, 1803.
ASA FULLER, Insolvent
David Starr, one of the petitioning creditors."
Note: could this be Asa b. 1758 instead?
29 OCT 1804 Advertisement in Mercantile Advertiser (New York, New York) (in Early American Newspapers Series 1, 1690-1876) reads, in the list of Insolvents:
"ASA FULLER, of (some part of the county of Oneida) creditors to shew cause on the last Tuesday in December, at the school house in Rome."
11 MAY 1808 wife Mary GOODWIN died [E.C. Carpenter letter]
30 AUG 1811 died at Rome, Oneida Co, NY [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169] [TAG 15:42] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
ABT    1812 son Stephen married Catherine THOMPSON [Edward Fuller descendants, p170] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
18 MAR 1823 son Stephen died in Rome, Oneida Co, NY [Edward Fuller descendants, p170] [E.C. Carpenter letter]
18 SEP 1834 son in law Thomas STARR died in Lee Centre, Oneida Co, NY [Edward Fuller descendants, p.169]
26 AUG 1853 son Charles died at Wheeling, IL [Edward Fuller descendants, p170] [E.C. Carpenter letter]

 

Asa FULLER (1758-1836) of Rome NY: person K8LT-D3Y at new.familysearch.org
               son of Asa of Hebron

       1758 born in Hebron, Tolland Co, CT [DAR lineage book]
 8 JUN 1758 prob. born [Ancestry message board post] [Belle I. Bush letter]
 8 JUN 1759  future wife Abigail born [Belle I. Bush letter]
   However, [1840 Census of Pensioners Revolutionary or Military Services] lists her as age 86 in 1840, which would place her birth about 1754
   APR 1775  Enlisted at Colchester Conn for 8 months, in Capt. Levi Wells's Co.  He marched from Hebron to Roxbury,
Mass. [Belle I. Bush letter]
13 DEC 1775 discharged [Belle I. Bush letter]
22 SEP 1777 Asa FULLER md. Abigail BLISH in Colchester, New London Co, CT [Colchester marriage records] [Early Connecticut Marriages, p114] [Belle I. Bush letter] [Genealogy of the Blish Family in America, 1637-1905, p.62]
    Note: Colchester and Hebron are adjacent towns.
       1777  Served again in winter of 1777 for 3 months in Capt. Riley's Co. [Belle I. Bush letter]
18 APR 1778 Oliver, son of Asa and Abigail born [Ancestry message board post] [Belle I. Bush letter]
16 OCT 1779 Abigail, dau. of Asa and Abigail born [Ancestry message board post] [Belle I. Bush letter]
 3 DEC 1781 Margaret, dau. of Asa and Abigail born [Ancestry message board post] [Belle I. Bush letter]
  6 OCT 1783 Filena, dau. of Asa and Abigail born [Ancestry message board post] [Belle I. Bush letter]
18 FEB 1786 Asa, son of Asa and Abigail born [Ancestry message board post] [Belle I. Bush letter]
   in CT [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262]
 2 JUN 1788 Susanna, dau. of Asa and Abigail born [Ancestry message board post] [Mary E. Williamson letter] [Belle I. Bush letter]
       1790 in census in Pittsfield, Berkshire, MA [1790 census]
   1 male 16+ (Asa)
   2 males 0-16 (Oliver 12, Asa 4)
   5 female (Abigail, Abigail 10, Margaret 8, Filena 6, Susanna 2)
 2 SEP 1790 Eunice, dau. of Asa and Abigail born [Ancestry message board post] [Belle I. Bush letter]
 2 APR 1792 Chauncy, son of Asa and Abigail born [Ancestry message board post] [Belle I. Bush letter]
22 MAR 1793 son Chauncy died [Ancestry message board post] [Belle I. Bush letter]
15 JAN 1794 Chauncy, son of Asa and Abigail born [Belle I. Bush letter]
17 JAN 1794 Chauncy, son of Asa and Abigail born [Ancestry message board post]
BEF    1795 (doubtful) moved to Rome NY [Ancestry message board post]
    The 1800 census below seems to disprove this assertion.
25 OCT 1795 Dennis, son of Asa and Abigail born [Ancestry message board post] [Belle I. Bush letter]
15 OCT 1797 Ashley, dau. of Asa and Abigail born [Ancestry message board post] [Belle I. Bush letter]
26 MAR 1800 Ruby, son of Asa and Abigail born [Ancestry message board post] [Belle I. Bush letter]
 4 AUG 1800 in census in Pittsfield, Berkshire, MA [1800 census]
   3 males 0-10 (Dennis 4, Chauncy 6, Ruby 0)
   1 male 10-16 (Asa 14)
   1 male 26-45 (Asa 42)
   2 females 0-10 (Ashley 2, Eunice 9)
   1 female 10-16 (Susanna 12)
   3 females 16-26 (Filena 16, Margaret 18, Abigail 20)
   1 female 26-45 (Abigail)
 4 AUG 1800 son Oliver in census in Pittsfield, Berkshire, MA [1800 census]
   1 male 16-26 (Oliver 22)
   1 female 0-10
   1 female 16-26
31 OCT 1801 dau. Ashley died [Ancestry message board post] [Belle I. Bush letter]
 2 NOV 1801 son Ruby died [Ancestry message board post] [Belle I. Bush letter]
 3 NOV 1801 son Dennis died [Ancestry message board post] [Belle I. Bush letter]
16 NOV 1801 son Chauncy died [Ancestry message board post]
  8 MAR 1803 Orrin, son of Asa and Abigail born [Ancestry message board post] [Belle I. Bush letter]
 1 JAN 1807 Charles A., son of Asa and Abigail born [Ancestry message board post]
   Note: there was already another Charles Fuller (son of Asa of Middletown) in Rome
   hence this person was always "Charles A."
"Clark" A. born [Belle I. Bush letter]
28 FEB 1810 son Asa married at Rome, Oneida Co, NY, Salome SELDON [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262]
 6 AUG 1810 in census in Oneida Co, NY [1810 census]
   3 males 0-10 (Charles 3, Orrin 7, ?)
   1 male 45+ (Asa 52)
   1 female 16-26 (Eunice 19 or Susanna 21?)
   1 female 26-45 (Filena 26 or Margaret 28 or Abigail 30?)
   1 female 45+ (Abigail)
 6 AUG 1810 son Asa is on same page
   1 male 16-26 (Asa 24)
   1 female 16-26 (Salome)
 6 AUG 1810 son Oliver in census in Lenox, Berkshire, MA [1810 census]
   2 males 0-10
   1 male 26-45 (Oliver 32)
   2 females 0-10
   1 female 10-16
   1 female 26-45 
 7 AUG 1820 in census in Rome, Oneida Co, NY [1820 census]
   1 male 10-16 (Charles 13)
   1 male 16-18 and 16-26 (Orrin 17)
   1 male 45+ (Asa 62)
   1 female 45+ (Abigail)
 7 AUG 1820 son a Junr. in census in Rome, Oneida Co, NY [1820 census]
   1 male 26-45 (Asa 34)
   2 females 0-10
   1 female 26-45 (Salome) 
 7 AUG 1820 son Oliver in census in Rome, Oneida Co, NY [1820 census]
   1 male 10-16
   1 male 16-18 and 16-26
   1 male 26-45 (Oliver 42)
   2 females 0-10
   2 females 10-16
   1 female 26-45
       1831 "Asa Fuller, (1758-1836), was placed on the pension roll of Oneida Co., N.Y., 1831, for service as private in the Connecticut militia.  He was born in Hebron, Conn.; died in Rome, N.Y." [DAR Lineage book]
       1832  74 years old and a resident of Rome, Oneida Co, NY [Delia M. Fairchild letter]
BEF    1836 dau. Abigail married ______ WARD [NY Probate Transcription, Oneida p854]
                  or ______ MEYERS [NY Probate Transcription, Oneida p854]
BEF    1836 dau. Margaret married ________ WEBB [NY Probate Transcription, Oneida p854]
BEF    1836 dau. Filena (or Philena) married ______ DICKINSON [NY Probate Transcription, Oneida p854]
BEF    1836 dau. Susanna married Thomas FORD [NY Probate Transcription, Oneida p854] [Mary E. Williamson letter]
BEF    1836 dau. Eunice married David W. BURDICK [NY Probate Transcription, Oneida p854]
BEF    1836 dau.(?) Ruby married Joseph OTIS [NY Probate Transcription, Oneida p854]
   Note: Ancestry message board post claimed dau. Ruby died in 1801 above
  son Orrin I. Fuller md. Isabella DONALDSON [Ancestry message board post] [DAR lineage book] [Mary E. Williamson letter]
19 JUL 1836 died at Rome, NY [NY Probate Transcription, Oneida p854] [NY Probate Transcription, Oneida p853] [Belle I. Bush letter]
20 DEC 1836 "Pet. By Orrin I. Fuller of Rome Co Oneida shows that a Fuller late of Rome also died at Rome 19 July last leaving Abigail Fuller his widow and Asa Fuller, Abigail Ward, Margaret Webb, Philena Dickinson, your petitioner, Susanna Ford, wife of Thomas Ford, Charles Fuller, Almira Otis wife of Enos Otis, Dennis Fuller, Ruby Otis, wife of Joseph Otis, Julia Dugan wife of Thomas Dugan, and Sarah Ann Palmer wife of Joseph Palmer, all of Co. Oneida Also Eunice Burdick wife of David W. Burdick who reside in Co. Same this State and Daniel Fuller of unknown.  Dated 20 Dec 1836 sg Orrin I. Fuller" [NY Probate Transcription, Oneida p854]
 6 FEB 1837 "Petition for Probate by a Fuller of the town of Rome, Co Oneida, shows your petitioner is a son of Asa Fuller who died at Rome also 19 July last leaving a will by which he appointed his Sons Charles A. Fuller & Orrin I. Fuller Exrs. Sd dec'd left Surviving Abigail Fuller his widow & also Abigail Meyers, Philena Dickinson, your petitioner, Eunice Burdick wife of David Burdick, Orrin I. Fuller, Charles A. Fuller, All of Rome & Susanna Ford wife of Thomas Ford of Westmoreland in Sd Co. Oneida and Margarett Webb of Town Salina, Co. Onondaga.  Dated Rome 27 Aug 1836 sg Asa Fuller" [NY Probate Transcription, Oneida p853]
  Orrin "J." Fuller constable in Rome, NY [Our city and its people, p87]
       1840 Orrin I. Fuller, farmer and deputy sheriff, drowned at Albany by the breaking of a drawbridge [Oneida County, New York Biographies] [Mary E. Williamson letter]
   He was a native of New England, who came to Rome at an early day.
       1840  wife Abigail, age 86, in census in Rome, Oneida Co, NY with son Orrin [1840 Census of Pensioners Revolutionary or Military Services]
   MAY 1852 son Asa died at Rome, Oneida Co, NY [Fullers Sissons and Scotts, p262]
  7 JAN 1857 wife Abigail died [Belle I. Bush letter]
 

Isaiah (or Josiah) FULLER of Montague

 

probably son of Shubael Fuller, since:

  1. The other Fullers in Sunderland/Montague are descendants of Shubael and there are no other nearby possibilities.
  2. Shubael's children listed have a gap where Isaiah would be born.
  3. Shubael had a half-brother named Josiah, so it was a family name.
  4. Shubael's mother was Mary, and Isaiah's first(?) daughter was Mary.
ABT    1732 wife Sarah born [Montague Deaths]
ABT    1735 born [Montague Deaths]
  perhaps born in Coventry Twp, Tolland Co, CT [births of other children of Shubael]
22 DEC 1753 Montague incorporated, originally the north parish of Sunderland [Montague]
25 JAN 1754 Montague organized as a district from part of Sunderland [Montague]
   but NewEnglandAncestors.org doesn't have Sunderland vital records online
  married a Sarah [Montague Births]
  possible son Samuel born
  1755-1765 son John born
13 FEB 1759 daughter Mary born in Montague, MA [Montague Births]
  1756-1774 daughter Mariah born
       1771 in tax valuation list in Montague, MA [Tax List]
  1774-1784 daughter Content born, based on age in 1800 and 1810 census
  1775-1780 a "Fuller, Isaiah (also given Josiah), Bridgewater" (Plymouth Co.) served in the revolutionary war.  Another "Fuller, Isaiah, Rehoboth" (Bristol Co.) also served [Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the Revolutionary War]
   Both appear to be different Isaiahs, not Isaiah of Montague
23 AUG 1775 Montague organized as a town [Montague]
   JAN 1776  enlisted as a private soldier for the term of one year [Pension file]
 9 MAR 1784 daughter Maria[h] md. Moses BROOKS, both of Montague [Montague Marriages]
19 OCT 1784 taxpayer in Montague, MA [Taxpayers in Montague]
30 DEC 1784 daughter Mary md. Ashael EASTMAN, both of Montague [Montague Marriages] 
25 JUL 1786 son John FULLER md. Anna LATHAM, both of Montague [Montague Marriages]
19 MAR 1790 taxpayer in Montague, MA [Taxpayers in Montague]
       1790 in census in Montague, MA [1790 census]
   3 males 16+ (Isaiah, John? 25-35, Mary's husband Asahel Eastman?)
   1 male 0-16 (John's son#1? 0-6)
   6 females (wife,
              grand-dau. Patience? 3,
              dau. Mary?,
              dau. Content 6-16,
              son John's wife Anna (LATHAM) Fuller? 25-35,
              ?)
18 OCT 1791 taxpayer in Montague, MA [Taxpayers in Montague]
       1798 in Montague, MA [Montague Public Records] [Massachusetts and Maine 1798 Direct Tax]
   100 acres, $210
18 DEC 1798 daughter Content FULLER md. Nathan INGRAM of Amherst [Montague Marriages]
 4 AUG 1800 in census in Montague, MA [1800 census]

   1 male 45+ (Isaiah)
   1 female 45+ (wife)

12 FEB 1805 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.44]
16 DEC 1806 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.49]
10 FEB 1807 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.52]
 8 APR 1807 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.54]
27 AUG 1807 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.56]
25 JAN 1808 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.59]
28 JAN 1808 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.61]
 1 MAY 1808 wife died in Montague, MA, age 76 [Montague Deaths]
18 MAR 1818 listed in "A List of Pensioners in the state of Massachusetts", Franklin Co (which includes Montague), as a revolutionary pensioner [NewEnglandAncestors.org]
 9 JAN 1815 Isaiah is NOT in tax list in Montague here or later.  However John Fuller and Bela Fuller are.  Perhaps Isaiah is in John's household? [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.120]
 1 APR 1818 commenced receiving pension, rank Private [US Pensioners]
   last pension dated March 1825
11 APR 1818 applied for pension [Pension application]
 4 JUN 1819 Jeremiah PRATT, friend of yeoman Isaiah FULLER filed a statement that Isaiah was incapable of taking care of himself [Probate records]
14 JUN 1819 Nathan CHENERY appointed his guardian [Probate records]
10 JUL 1820 Isaiah Fuller, age 84, of Montague filed for a pension stating "I have no family and but one child living.  She is married and very poor." [Pension application]
   Note: as evidenced in Isaiah's will, the one child living was Mary (Fuller) Eastman
24 JUN 1824 wrote will, listing his heirs and naming guardian Nathan CHENERY executor [Will]
       1824 wrote will in Montague, MA, case #6049, listed as "insane & will" [Franklin Co Probate index, FHL microfilm #854379] [Will]
15 OCT 1825 died in Montague, MA, age 90 [Montague Deaths]
  buried in Burnham Cemetery, Montague, MA [Montague Cemetery Records, FHL fiche #6105188]

Will of Isaiah Fuller

Source: Montague probate records, FHL microfilm #1838417, case #6049.
A second handwritten copy of the will, slightly more legible, is on FHL microfilm #900728, which has slightly different spelling, and was used to check a few words that were more difficult to read in the version on #1838417.

I Isaiah Fuller of Montague County of Franklin and Commonwealth
of Massachusetts being weak in body but possessing a sound mind deem
it my duty to make this my last will and testament in form and
manor following ('to wit') I commend my mortal body to the dust
from whence it was taken to be buried by my Executors in a decent
manor there to rest till the last trump shall wake the dead in hope
of a glorious resurrection -- I commend my mortal soul to god
who gave it humbly praying him for the sake of his son Jesus Christ
on whom I rely for salvation to sanctify it by his Holy Spirit and thus
prepare it for the employments and enjoyments of the saints in light
-- To my daughter Mary Eastman the wife of Asahel Eastman
I give and bequeath my bed - bedquilt a pair of wolen sheets bedsted and
bedrobe and bed blanket
-- To my grand-daughter Jerusha Ingrahan I will and bequeath my Comfortable
and a pair of cotten sheets
-- To Rebekah Ingrahan my grand daughter I will and bequeath my
Rose bed blanket and a pare of cotten sheets --
To my grandson Fuller Ingraham I will and bequeath my
Lanthorn -- To my grand daughter Charlotte Hinkley I
will and bequeath my Tramel Tongs Quart Basen Funnel and Powder
stick -- To my grand son Capt. Horrace Brooks I will and
bequeath my Jug
To my grand daughter Patty Brooks I will and bequeath
my chest and salt mortar  To my daughter in law widow Anna Fuller
I will and bequeath my small glass
To my grand dauter Lucinda Fuller I will and bequeath my
black silk handkercheef   To my grand dauter Melinda Fuller
I will and bequeath my bandanah handkercheef
To my grand daughter Patience Burnham I will and bequeath my
all my wareing Aperel --
To my son in law Asahel Eastman I will and bequeath my Hat
To my grand daughter Sally Peck I will and bequeath my Snuff
Box  To my grand son Moses Brooks I will and bequeath my
glass bottle and Tobaco Box --
To Rodolphus Taylor I will and bequeath my pen nife
and if their is any article that I have not mentioned in this will
which shall remain at my dicease exclusive of cash I will and
bequeath to my grand daughter Phila Berry
And if their should remain at my dicease after paying all
charges which may their arise and all my just debts if any
any pension money I will and bequeath it to my Executor to be paid
out for two pair of gravestones one for my self and the other
for my wife
And it is my will to appoint and I do appoint my
guardian Nathan Chenery my Executor of this my last
will and testament and in testimony thereunto set my
hand and seal this twenty fourth day of June in the year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty fourth
in presence of                          Isiah Fuller
   Oliver Taylor
   Lucy Taylor
   Ruth Taylor

Here's a list of names mentioned in the will above:

 

 1) daughter        Mary Eastman wife of Asahel Eastman    1759
 2) granddaughter   Jerusha Ingrahan [dau. of Content]     1801
 3) granddaughter   Rebekah Ingrahan [dau. of Content]
 4) grandson        Fuller Ingraham [son of Content]
 5) granddaughter   Charlotte Hinkley [dau. of Mariah]     1786
 6) grandson        Capt. Horrace Brooks [son of Mariah]   1789
 7) granddaughter   Patty Brooks [dau. of Mariah]          1794
 8) daughter-in-law Anna Fuller [wife of John]
 9) granddaughter   Lucinda Fuller [dau. of John?]         c.1800
10) granddaughter   Melinda Fuller [dau. of John]          1806
11) granddaughter   Patience Burnham [dau. of John?]       1787
12) son-in-law      Asahel Eastman [husband of Mary]      
13) granddaughter   Sally Peck                             c.1778

14) grandson        Moses Brooks [Jr., son of Mariah]      1792
15)                 Rodolphus Taylor
16) granddaughter   Phila Berry [dau. of Mariah]           1784
17) guardian        Nathan Chenery

 

-----------------
From other records, we know the children of Mariah Fuller and
Moses Brooks were
:

  i.   Philenia, md. James Berry       (#16 above)
  ii.  Charlotte, md. Merrick Hinckley (#5 above)
  iii. Mary
  iv.  Orris, md. Elizabeth            (#6 above)
  v.   Parley, md. Elihu Clary
  vi.  Martha                          (#7 above - Patty is a nickname
                                        for Martha:
                               http://www.martygrant.com/gen/refs/nickname.htm)
  vii. Claracy
  viii. Harriet (died young according to here)
  ix.  Moses Jr.                       (#14 above)

  x.   Amisiah (died young according to here) 

 

As we can see, most of their children are listed as grandchildren in the 1824 will.

 

And other marriages in Montague:

  Fuller, Maria, and Moses Brooks, both of M., Mar. 9, 1784.

  Fuller, Mary, and Ashael Eastman, both of M., Dec. 30, 1784.        (#1, 12)
  Fuller, John, and Anna Latham, both of M., July 25, 1786.              (#8?)

  Fuller, Content, of M., and Nathan Ingram of Amherst, Dec. 18, 1798.
        (probably parents of #2-4)

  Fuller, Patience, and Reuel Burnham, both of M., int. Mar. 30 [1807.]  (#11)

 

So we have that Isaiah's children include at least:

  Mary md. Asahel Eastman

  Content md. Nathan Ingram

  Maria md. Moses Brooks (Sr.)

  John md. Anna Latham

Pension Application of Isaiah Fuller

Source: HeritageQuest, digitized images

I enlisted in Jan'y 1776 as a private
soldier for the term of one year.  I joined the army the
first of March, the same year, and belonged to Capt.

Asa Barns company, Col Sargeants regiment, Massa
chusetts line.  I continued in the same company doing
duty, until November of the same year, when I was
taken sick and sent to the Hospital.  In the course of
the month of December following, I was regularly dis-
charged, on account said sickness.

I have no family and but one child living.
She is married and very poor.

My application for a pension was made
April 1, 1818 and my certificate is No. 9,957.

----------------

I Isaih Fuller a Citizen of the United States now
resident in the Town of Montague in the County
of Franklin and Commonwealth of Massachusetts
do on oath declare that I belonged to the Army of the
United States in the Revolutionary War -

I entered the Service so nigh as I can recollect
in the month of January in the year of our Lord one
thousand seven hundred and seventy six as a soldier
for the term of one year in a company commanded
by Captain Asa Barns of Lanesborough in the
County of Berkshire and Commonwealth aforesaid in the
Regiment commanded by Colonel - Sargeants
in the Massachusetts Line - I served in this company
about eleven months and was then honourably dis-
charged on account of sickness

When I left the army I received a discharge signed by
General George Washington which I kept in my
possession for a long time but have since lost it
and have no seen it or had any knowledge of it
for many years

I am now in the eighty third year of my age - I am very
infirm - in ??? circumstances in life being
wholly destitude of property and land(?) in great
need of assistance from my country for support

??? at Greenfield in the County & Commonwealth
aforesaid this eleventh day of April A.D.1818

Isaih Fuller

 

Meriah/Maria FULLER of Montague

  daughter of Isaiah FULLER
12 MAR 1754 future husband Moses BROOKS born in New Haven, CT [Families of Ancient New Haven]
  1756-1774 born [1800 census]
19 APR 1775 future husband Moses BROOKS, minute man of Montague, responded to alarm from Lexington [History and Proceedings of the Pocumtuck Valley Memory Association]
 9 MAR 1784

Maria FULLER and Moses BROOKS, both of Montague, married in Montague [Montague Marriages] (intention not recorded)

25 JUN 1784 dau. Philenia BROOKS born in Montague, Hampshire Co, MA [Montague Births]
   "Philenia Brooks, daughter to Moses Brooks and Mariah his wife, born at Montague, June 25, 1784." [Montague BMD, FHL microfilm #766948]
 2 MAR 1786 dau. Charlotte BROOKS born in Montague, MA [Montague Births]
   "Charlotte Brooks, daughter to Moses Brooks and Mariah his wife, born at Montague, Mar. 2, 1786." [Montague BMD, FHL microfilm #766948]
31 DEC 1787

dau. Mary BROOKS born in Montague, MA [Montague Births]

    "Mary Brooks, daughter to Moses Brooks and Mariah his wife born at Montague Dec. 31, 1787." [Montague BMD, FHL microfilm #766948]

19 FEB 1789

son Orris BROOKS born in Montague, MA [Montague Births]

   "Orris Brooks, son to Moses Brooks and Mariah his wife, born at Montague Feb. 19, 17--." [Montague BMD, FHL microfilm #766948]

       1790 in census in Montague, MA with husband Moses BROOKS [1790 census]

   2 males 16+ (Moses 36, ???)
   1 male  0-16 (Orris 1)
   4 females (Maria, Philenia 6, Charlotte 4, Mary 2)

20 OCT 1792

dau. Parley BROOKS born in Montague, MA [Montague Births]

   "Parley Brooks, daughter to Moses Brooks and Mariah his wife born at Montague Oct. 20, 1792." [Montague BMD, FHL microfilm #766948]

30 SEP 1794

dau. Martha BROOKS born in Montague, MA [Montague Births]

   "Martha Brooks, daughter to Moses Brooks and Mariah his wife born at Montague Sep. 30, 1794." [Montague BMD, FHL microfilm #766948]

22 FEB 1797

dau. Claracy BROOKS born in Montague, MA [Montague Births]

   "Claracy Brooks, daughter to Moses Brooks and Mariah his wife born at Montague Feb. 22, 1797." [Montague BMD, FHL microfilm #766948]

 4 AUG 1800

in census in Montague, MA [1800 census]

   1 male 10-16 (Orris 11)
   1 male 45+ (Moses 46)
   4 females 0-10 (Parley 7, Martha 5, Claracy 3, ???)
   3 females 10-16 (Philenia 16, Charlotte 14, Mary 12)
   1 female 26-44 (Maria)

27 FEB 1802

son Moses BROOKS Jr. born in Montague, MA [Montague Births]

"Moses Brooks Jr. son to Moses Brooks and Mariah his wife born at Montague Feb. 27, 1802." [Montague BMD, FHL microfilm #766948]

14 JAN 1807 dau. Charlotte BROOKS, of Montague, int. marry Merrick HINCKLEY of Deerfield [Deerfield Marriages][Vital Records of Deerfield]
 5 NOV 1808 dau. Philena BROOKS, of Montague, int. marry James BERRY [Deerfield Marriages] [Vital Records of Deerfield]
 1 DEC 1808 dau. Philena BROOKS, of Montague, married James BERRY [Montague Marriages]
       1810

son "Horris" BROOKS in census in Montague, MA [1810 census]

   1 male 16-26 (Orris 21)

17 SEP 1814 "Polly" BROOKS m. "Elisha" CLARY, "History of Deerfield" 2:126 shows this as a different person than Parley BROOKS below [History of Deerfield]
Elisha Clary is listed as son of Elijah and Sarah (Smith) Clary.
Elihu Clary is listed as "may have been of" Elihu and Lucretia (Smith) Clary.  However, "Pioneer Women of the Western Reserve" states that Elijah was father of Elihu, husband of "Pearly".
 9 OCT 1814 dau. Parley BROOKS, of Montague, married Elihu CLARY [Montague Marriages]
       1819 dau. Philena and James BERRY were in "Shel." [History of Deerfield, 2:82]
BEF 10 JUL 1820 died before this date when Isaiah Fuller, age 84, of Montague filed for a pension stating "I have no family and but one child living.  She is married and very poor." [HeritageQuestOnline]
   Note: as evidenced in Isaiah's will, the one child living was Mary (Fuller) Eastman
BEF    1824 both Moses and Maria died before 1824, since neither are mentioned in her father Isaiah's will, but most of her children are [Will of Isaiah Fuller]
18 JUN 1830 dau. Parley BROOKS died in Huron Co, OH [Laura Anderson]
   JUN 1831 dau. Parley BROOKS died at Peru, Huron Co, OH [Pioneer Women of the Western Reserve]

Mary FULLER, of Montague, daughter of Isaiah and Sarah FULLER
13 FEB 1759 born in Montague [Montague Births]
   "Mary Fuller, daughter of Josiah Fuller and Sarah his wife born Feb. 13, 1759." [Montague BMD, FHL microfilm #766948]
 7 MAR 1763 future husband "Asael" EASTMAN born to Peter and Abigail EASTMAN [Ashford births]
10 MAR 1763 future husband Asahel EASTMAN born [Pension File #W19210]
abt    1764 future husband Asahel EASTMAN born [A Census of Pensioners For Revolutionary or Military Services 1841]
   son of Peter EASTMAN of Ashford CT [History and genealogy of the Eastman Family in America, II:170]
   Note: Eastman genealogy above gives an apparently incorrect order of marriages of his father since it states that Abigail Hill was his third wife and his first wife died 21 Jan. 1801 which would be inconsistent with the Ashford birth records
10 DEC 1780 future husband Asahel EASTMAN, of Ashford, served in revolutionary war and taken prisoner with Col. Wells near Horseneck [Connecticut in the Revolution]
30 DEC 1784 Mary married "Ashael" EASTMAN, both of Montague [Montague Marriages]
       1790 possibly in census in Isaiah Fuller household in Montague, MA [1790 census]
   3 males 16+ (father Isaiah, brother John? 25-35, husband Asahel Eastman?)
   1 male 0-16 (John's son#1? 0-6)
   6 females (mother, Mary?, Content 6-16, niece Patience? 3, 
              John's wife Anna Latham? 25-35, ?)
       1793 Asahel EASTMAN listed as settler in Deerfield [History of Deerfield]
 1 MAY 1808 mother died at age 76 [Montague Deaths]
 1 JUN 1820 in census in Amherst, Hampshire Co., MA under "Asahael" Eastman [1820 Census]
   1 male 16-26
   1 male 45+ (Asahel)
   1 female 45+ (Mary)
   Note: next door is Jerusha Ingraham (45+)
24 JUN 1824 Mary wife of Asahel EASTMAN mentioned as daughter in will of father Isaiah FULLER [Will]
15 OCT 1825 father "Isaiah FULLAR" died at age 90 [Montague Deaths]
   1 JUN 1830 in census in Amherst, Hampshire Co., MA under Asahel Eastman [1830 Census]
   1 male 60-70 (Asahel)
   1 female 70-80 (Mary)
   Note: previous door is widow Jerusha INGRAM age 60-70 (possibly the mother-in-law of Content FULLER?)
15 JUN 1833 husband Asahel EASTMAN, age 71 in 1835, placed on pension roll in Franklin Co, MA for serving in Conn. State troops, pension commenced 4 Mar 1831 [Pension Roll of 1835, Vol. I, p.442]
       1837 moved from MA to VT [U.S. Pensioners, 1818-1872]
   Burlington, VT office:
   Asahel Eastman, Private, from Mass. between March and Sept. 1837
       1838 moved from VT to NY [U.S. Pensioners, 1818-1872] [U.S. Pensioners, 1818-1872]
   Burlington, VT office:
   Asahel Eastman, Private, to Albany office after March 1838
   Albany, NY office:
   Asahel Eastman, Private, from Burlington office between March 1838 and Sept. 1838
 1 JUN 1840 in census in Pittstown, Rensselaer Co., NY living with Isaiah F. EASTMAN [1840 census]
   1 male 40-50 (Isaiah, 46)
   1 male 70-80 (Asahel, 76)
   1 female 0-5
   1 female 10-15
   1 female 40-50
   1 female 80-90 (Mary, 81)
 1 JUN 1840 husband Asahel EASTMAN, age 76, living with Isaiah F. EASTMAN in Pittstown, Rensselaer Co, NY [A Census of Pensioners For Revolutionary or Military Services]
 2 MAR 1842 husband Asahel died in NY [U.S. Pensioners, 1818-1872]
 1 JUN 1850 in census in Pittstown, Rensselaer Co., NY [1850 census]
   Isiah F. Eastman 56 M Show Maker CT
   Sophina Eastman  53 F            MA
   Sarah Eastman    22 F            NY
   Martha Eastman   12 F            NY
   Wm. H. H. Eastman 9 M            NY
   Mary Eastman     91 F            MA
 8 MAR 1851 died in NY [U.S. Pensioners, 1818-1872] (also [U.S. Pensioners, 1818-1872]         

 

Sarah (Sally) PECK, grand-daughter of Isaiah FULLER
        1790 possible Fuller households in 1790 Montague were:

   Asa Fuller:    1 male  16+,               2 females

   Sam'l Fuller:  1 male  16+, 1 male  0-16, 4 females

   Isaiah Fuller: 3 males 16+, 1 male  0-16, 6 females

   Asahel and Mary (Fuller) Eastman could be in Isaiah's household in 1790. 

   Moses and Maria (Fuller) Brooks are in their own household.

  daughter of Mary (FULLER) EASTMAN?   - married 1784           
  daughter of Mariah (FULLER) BROOKS?  - married 1784
  daughter of John FULLER?             - married 1784
  daughter of John FULLER?             - married 1786
  daughter of Content (FULLER) INGRAM? - married 1798
24 JUN 1824 mentioned in will of grandfather Isaiah FULLER [Will of Isaiah Fuller]

 

Patience FULLER, grand-daughter of Isaiah FULLER
  probably daughter of John FULLER and Anna LATHAM
 9 NOV 1784 future husband Reuel BURNHAM born in Montague, son of Daniel and Jemima BURNHAM [Montague births] [Steve Condarcure]
11 OCT 1785 future father-in-law Daniel BURNHAM died age 40, buried in Burnham Cemetery in Montague [Montague cemetery records] [Steve Condarcure]
      1787 born [1850 census] [1860 census]
       1790 possibly in census in grandfather Isaiah Fuller's household [1790 census]
   3 males 16+ (grandfather Isaiah, John? 25-35, uncle Asahel Eastman?)
   1 male 0-16 (Bela? 1?)
   6 females (grandmother,
              aunt Mary (Fuller) Eastman?,
              Content 6-16,
              Patience? 3, 
              aunt Anna (Latham) Fuller? 25-35,
              ?)
 4 AUG 1800 possibly in census in Montague in John Fuller's household [1800 census]
   2 males 0-10 (Apollas? 8?, son#3)
   1 male 10-16 (Bela? 11?)
   1 male 26-45 (John 35-45)
   2 females 0-10 (Lucinda 0?, dau#3)
   1 female 10-16 (Patience? 13?)
   1 female 26-45 (mother 35-45)
30 MAR 1807 Fuller, Patience, and Reuel Burnham, both of M., marriage  intentions listed in Montague [Montague Marriages]
 1 JUN 1810 in census in Montague, Hampshire Co, MA under "Ruel" Burnham [1810 census]
   1 male 0-10
   1 male 16-26 (Reuel 24)
   1 female 16-26 (Patience 23)
28 APR 1810 mother-in-law Jemima BURNHAM died age 65, buried in Burnham Cemetery in Montague [Montague cemetery records]
 1 JUN 1820 in census in Deerfield, Franklin Co, MA under Burnham, "Ruel" [1820 census]
   4 males 0-10
   1 male 26-45 (Reuel 34)
   1 female 0-10
   1 female 10-16
   1 female 26-45 (Patience 33)
ABT    1822 dau. Alma E. born [Deerfield marriages][Vital Records of Deerfield]
22 JUN 1823 dau. Seraphina born [History of Deerfield, 2:96]
24 JUN 1824 Patience Burnham mentioned as grand-daughter in will of father Isaiah FULLER [Will]
26 JUN 1825 dau. Julia Ann born [History of Deerfield, 2:96]
11 OCT 1827 son Ruel Chauncey BURNHAM born [History of Deerfield, 2:96]
 5 MAY 1831 son Ruel Chauncey BURNHAM died [History of Deerfield, 2:96]
 1 JUN 1840 in census in Deerfield, Franklin Co, MA [1840 census]
   1 male 30-40 (Reuel?)
   1 female 10-15
   1 female 15-20
   1 female 50-60 (Patience 53)
25 SEP 1844 dau. Alma E. BURNHAM, age 22, and Stillman THOMAS, age 24, of Greenfield, int. marr. [Deerfield marriages] [Vital Records of Deerfield]
 4 JUL 1847 dau. Julia Ann md. Warren W. SAWYER Andover MA [Rootsweb message board]
 1 JUN 1850 in census in Deerfield, Franklin Co, MA [1850 census]
   31 35 Rewel Burnham    64 M Stone Quarrier  Mass.
         Patience Burnham 63 F                   "
      36 Wells Fisk       49 M Cutler            "
         Sarah Fisk       26 F                   "
         Annah C. Fisk     7 F                   "
         ??? Fisk          3 F                   "
         Henry W. Fisk  3/12 M                   "
 1 JUN 1860 in census in Greenfield, Franklin Co, MA [1860 census]
   434 496 Ruel Burnham     75 M Stone Quarry   75 PEV Mass.
           Patience "       73 F                         "

 

Samuel FULLER (c.1760-) of Montague 

  possibly son of Asa Fuller
  possibly son of Isaiah Fuller (but not mentioned in will, and at most one child mentioned in will, whereas Samuel seems to have had at least 4 children)
 (say) 1760 born (estimated based on family size in 1790 census)
19 OCT 1784 in tax list in Montague, MA [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884] [Taxpayers in Montague]
14 JAN 1785 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884]
28 FEB 1786 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884]
28 JUN 1786 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884]
 5 FEB 1788 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884]
 9 FEB 1790 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884]
19 MAR 1790 taxpayer in Montague, MA [Taxpayers in Montague]
       1790 in census in Montague, MA [1790 census] 
   1 male 16+ (Samuel)
   1 male 0-16 (son#1)
   4 females (wife, dau#1, dau#2, dau#3)
18 OCT 1791 taxpayer in Montague, MA [Taxpayers in Montague]
16 FEB 1792 in town tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884]

 

Content FULLER of Montague, Franklin Co, MA

  daughter of Isaiah FULLER
18 NOV 1769 a Nathan Ingram born in Amherst, Hampshire Co., MA to Reuben and Phebe Ingram [Memorials of the Descendants of William Shattuck]
   Note: this birthdate doesn't fit with the age in the 1800 census, although it is still within the range of the 1810 census.  This is probably the same Nathan since that one did marry, and no other Nathan Ingrams have been found in censuses or other online searches.
  1774-1784 born, based on age in 1800 and 1810 census
23 MAY 1791 a "Nathan Ingram gave security with Zebina Montague bondsman for a bit of town way at the East of a lot of land own'd by Reuben Ingram in the first Division of lots in Amherst being East of said Reuben's hous"
[History of the town of Amberst Massachusetts, 2:138]
 1 OCT 1798 a Nathan INGRAM in Amherst, Hampshire Co., MA next to Mary Ingram, Ebenezer Ingram, John Ingram, Samuel Ingram, and David Ingram [1798 Direct Tax]
18 DEC 1798 married Nathan INGRAM of Amherst, Hampshire Co., MA [Montague Marriages]
  son Fuller INGRAM born [Will of Isaiah Fuller]
 1 JUN 1800 in census in Amherst, Hampshire Co., MA [1800 Census]
   1 male 0-10 (Fuller?)
   1 male 16-26 (Nathan)
   1 female 16-26 (Content)
   1 female 26-45 (?) 
29 DEC 1801 daughter Jerusha born [History of the Town of Sunderland] [Will of Isaiah Fuller]
       1802 Nathan INGRAM listed on Amherst voters list along with David, Ebenezer, John, and Samuel Ingram [History of Amherst, 1:609]
  daughter Rebekah born [Will of Isaiah Fuller]
 1 JUN 1810 in census in Amherst, Hampshire Co., MA [1810 Census]
               3 males 0-10 (Fuller, ?, ?)
               1 male 26-45 (Nathan)
               2 females 0-10 (Jerusha 8, Rebekah)
               1 female 26-45 (Content, 26-36)
24 FEB 1818 possible death date of husband Nathan [Memorials of the Descendants of William Shattuck]
BEF 10 JUL 1820 died before this date when Isaiah Fuller, age 84, of Montague filed for a pension stating "I have no family and but one child living.  She is married and very poor." [HeritageQuestOnline]
   Note: as evidenced in Isaiah's will, the one child living was Mary (Fuller) Eastman
BEF    1824 both Content and Nathan died before 1824 since neither are mentioned in her father Isaiah's will but some of her children are [Will of Isaiah Fuller]
AFT    1826 daughter Jerusha md. (as 2nd wife) Silas BALL [History of the Town of Sunderland]
21 APR 1878 daughter Jerusha died [History of the Town of Sunderland]

  

John FULLER (c.1760-) of Montague

  son of Isaiah FULLER (since wife is listed as daughter-in-law in Isaiah's will) [Will of Isaiah Fuller]
  1755-1765 born [1800 census] [1810 census]
   APR 1784 Fuller, John, jr., and Abigail Rice of Leverett, Apr. --, 1784. (Intention not recorded) [Montague Marriages]
25 JUL 1786 married Anna LATHAM [Montague Marriages]
ABT    1787 probable dau. Patience FULLER born [Will of Isaiah Fuller] [1850 census]
       1788 paid poll tax and personal estate tax but no real estate tax in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884]
The only other Fuller on the same page is Isaiah, suggesting John was living in Isaiah's household.
ABT    1789 probable son Bela FULLER born
19 MAR 1790 taxpayer in Montague, MA [Taxpayers in Montague]
       1790 probably in census in Montague, MA in Isaiah Fuller household [1790 census]
   3 males 16+ (father Isaiah, John? 25-35, Mary's husband Asahel Eastman?)
   1 male 0-16 (Bela? 0-6)
   6 females (mother,
              possible dau. Patience? 3,
              sister Mary?,
              sister Content 6-16,
              wife Anna (LATHAM) Fuller? 25-35,
              ?)
18 OCT 1791 taxpayer in Montague, MA [Taxpayers in Montague]
ABT    1792 probable son Apollas FULLER born
ABT  1800? probable dau. Lucinda FULLER born [Will of Isaiah Fuller]
 4 AUG 1800 in census in Montague, MA [1800 census]
   2 males 0-10 (Apollas? 8?, son#3)
   1 male 10-16 (Bela? 11?)
   1 male 26-45 (John 35-45)
   2 females 0-10 (Lucinda 0?, dau#3)
   1 female 10-16 (Patience 13?)
   1 female 26-45 (wife 35-45)
12 FEB 1805 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.44]
25 APR 1806 dau. Melinda FULLER born [Will of Isaiah Fuller] [The Crafts Family, p757]
16 DEC 1806 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.49]
10 FEB 1807 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.52]
30 MAR 1807 Fuller, Patience, and Reuel Burnham, both of M., marriage intentions listed in Montague [Montague Marriages]
 8 APR 1807 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.54]
27 AUG 1807 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.56]
25 JAN 1808 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.59]
28 JAN 1808 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.61]
 6 AUG 1810 in census in Montague, MA [1810 census]
   1 male 16-26 (Apollas? 18?)
   1 male 26-45 (Bela? 21?)
   1 male 45+ (John 45-55)
   3 females 0-10 (Melinda 4, Lucinda? 10?, dau#4)
   1 female 45+ (wife 45-55)
 6 AUG 1810 possible dau. Patience in census in Montague under "Ruel" Burnham [1810 census]
   1 male 0-10
   1 male 16-26 (Reuel 24)
   1 female 16-26 (Patience 23)
 9 JAN 1815 in town tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.120]
29 MAR 1815 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.122]
 8 APR 1815 in county tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.124]
30 DEC 1818 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.148]
15 APR 1819 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.153]
20 DEC 1819 from this point on, John is NOT in the tax list in Montague[Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.154]
BEF 10 JUL 1820 died before this date when Isaiah Fuller, age 84, of Montague filed for a pension stating "I have no family and but one child living.  She is married and very poor." [HeritageQuestOnline]
   Note: as evidenced in Isaiah's will, the one child living was Mary (Fuller) Eastman
BEF    1824 died by 1824 since Anna is mentioned as "widow" in will of Isaiah Fuller [Will of Isaiah Fuller]
  dau. Melinda md. Dwight CROFT son of Joel and Betsey (MARSH) CROFT [The Crafts Family, p757]
25 MAR 1857 dau. Melinda (FULLER) CROFT died at Ware age 50y 11m [The Crafts Family, p757]

 

John FULLER of Montague (c.1750-)
       1771 in tax valuation list in Montague, MA [Tax List]

 

Lucinda FULLER (c.1800-) of Montague
  granddaughter of Isaiah FULLER [Will of Isaiah Fuller]
  prob. dau. of John FULLER and Anna LATHAM
 (say) 1800 born
 4 AUG 1800 possibly in census in Montague, MA with John FULLER [1800 census]
   2 males 0-10 (son#2, son#3)
   1 male 10-16 (son#1)
   1 male 26-45 (John 35-45)
   2 females 0-10 (Lucinda? 0?, dau#3)
   1 female 10-16 (Patience?)
   1 female 26-45 (Anna 35-45)
       1810 probably in census in Montague, MA [1810 census]
   1 male 16-26 (son#2?)
   1 male 26-45 (son#1?)
   1 male 45+ (John 45-55)
   3 females 0-10 (Lucinda? 10?, Melinda 4, dau#5)
   1 female 45+ (wife 45-55)
24 JUN 1824 mentioned in will of grandfather Isaiah FULLER [Will of Isaiah Fuller]
   she is still "Lucinda Fuller" so presumably was unmarried
   she's mentioned before Melinda so perhaps was older

Melinda FULLER (1806-1857) of Montague and Ware
  granddaughter of Isaiah FULLER [Will of Isaiah Fuller]
  daughter of John FULLER [The Crafts Family, p757]
25 APR 1806 born [The Crafts Family, p757]
 1 OCT 1807 future husband Dwight CROFT born at Ware, MA, son of Joel and Betsey (MARSH) CROFT [The Crafts Family, p757]
 6 AUG 1810 in census in Montague, MA [1810 census]
   1 male 16-26 (son#2?)
   1 male 26-45 (son#1?)
   1 male 45+ (John 45-55)
   3 females 0-10 (Melinda 4, dau#5, dau#6)
   1 female 45+ (wife 45-55)
24 JUN 1824 mentioned in will of grandfather Isaiah FULLER [Will of Isaiah Fuller]
17 JAN 1830 Malinda FULLER married Dwight CROFT of Ware [Hardwick Marriages]  [Vital Records of Hardwick, 161, 177] [The Crafts Family, p757]
 1 JUN 1830 Dwight CROFT family in census in Hardwick, Worcester Co, MA [1830 census]
   1 male 20-30 (Dwight 22)
   1 female 10-15
   1 female 20-30 (Melinda 24)
ABT    1832 son Keyes CROFT born [The Crafts Family, p757]
   Note: the 1850 census is consistent with this, but the 1860 census suggests a possibly earlier birth.
 1 JUN 1840 Dwight CROFT family in census in Hardwick, Worcester Co, MA [1840 census]
   1 male 5-10 (Keyes 7)
   1 male 30-40 (Dwight 32)
   1 female 30-40 (Melinda 34)
 1 JUN 1850 in census in Hardwick, Worcester Co, MA [1850 census]
   141 158 Dwight Cross  43 M Farmer   Massachusetts
           Malinda    "  44 F                "
           Keyes D.   "  17 M Farmer         "
ABT    1856 son Keyes CROFT died at age 24 [The Crafts Family, p757]
   Note: the 1860 census seems to disprove this
25 MAR 1857 died at Ware age 50y 11m [The Crafts Family, p757]
 1 JUN 1860 husband Dwight CROFT in census in Ware, Hampshire Co, MA [1860 census]
   166 169 John Simonds  63 M Farmer       500 100 Ireland
           Relief    "   59 F                         "
           Keyes     "   40 M                         "
           Dwight Croft  53 M Farm Laborer            "
 1 JUN 1870 husband Dwight CROFT in census in Ware, Hampshire Co, MA [1870 census]
   273 360 Newcomb Jason G  50 M W Carpenter     2000 700 Mass
                   Caroline 48 F W Keeping house          ----
           Croft   Dwight   62 M W No occupation          ----
30 MAY 1872 husband Dwight CROFT died at Ware [The Crafts Family, p757]

 

Jedediah FULLER (1758-1820) of Leyden, who enlisted in Montague
23 MAY 1758 born in Mansfield, Tolland Co., CT, son of Jedediah4 (David3, Jonathan2, Robert1) [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript] [Mansfield Ct Vital Records, p.84]
   Note: Mansfield is adjacent to Coventry, CT where
   Note: this would make this Jedediah the nephew of Shubael and cousin of Isaiah of Montague
  regarding Jedediah of Mansfield, W.H. Fuller writes: "He is probably the Jedediah mentioned as having enlisted from Montague Mass. for service in the Revolutionary War, who later setted in Leyden, Mass."

He also writes: "Jed5 may have rem. to Pownal Vt. for U.S.C[ensus]. 1790 (1-1-2 in fam)? Ch. do not agree."
[W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
  1775-1779 "Fuller, Jedediah, Montague.  Private, Capt. Moses Harvey's co., Col. Jonathan Brewer's regt.; muster roll dated Aug. 1, 1775, enlisted July 12, 1775; service, 2 weeks 5 days; also, company return [probably Oct., 1775]; also, list of men raised to serve in the Continental Army from Capt. Moses Harvey's (1st Montague) co., Col. Phineas Wright's (6th Hampshire Co.) regt., dated March 5, 1778; residence, Montague; engaged for town of Montague; joined Capt. Aaron Hanes's (Haynes's) co., Col. Wigglesworth's regt.; term, 3 years; also,  Private, Capt. John K. Smith's co., Col. Calvin Smith's (late Wigglesworth's) regt.; Continental Army pay accounts for service from Feb. 1, 1777, to Aug. 1, 1777; reported discharged Aug. 1, 1777; also, Capt. Aaron Haynes's co., Col. Edward Wigglesworth's regt.; return [year not given]; mustered by Col. Woodbridge" [Massachusetts Solders and Sailors in the Revolutionary War]
  married Tassa or Tassy [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
  a Dorrelite of Leyden, Franklin Co., MA [History of the town of Bernardston, p.186]
13 MAY 1788 son Jonathan born in Leyden [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
       1790  possibly in census in Pownal, Bennington Co., VT [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript] [1790 census]
   1 male 0-16 (Jonathan 1)
   1 male 16+ (Jedediah 31)
   2 females (?, Tassa ?)
18 MAR 1790 son Asa born in Leyden [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript] [1820 census]
12 APR 1792 son Benjamin born in Leyden [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
25 APR 1795 may have been allotted land in Deerfield which he sold on this date [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
1799 son Elijah born in MA [Michael Fuller]
 9 FEB 1797  son Jedediah born in Leyden [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
15 MAY 1799 son Elijah born in Leyden [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
16 JAN 1802 pauper with a family in Leyden, Franklin Co., MA [Acts and Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts]
25 MAY 1805 pauper with a family in Leyden, Franklin Co., MA [Acts and Laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 4:629]
22 MAY 1807  pauper with a wife and one child in Leyden, Franklin Co., MA [Acts and Resolves Passed by the General Court]
12 SEP 1812 son Jonathan married Mrs. Mindwell ORVIS [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
24 AUG 1812 son Asa married Mary DICKINSON [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]
ABT    1820  died in Leyden [Michael Fuller]
  7 AUG 1820 son Asa Fuller in census in Leyden [1820 census]
    2 males 0-10 (Benjamin 7)
    1 male 26-45 (Asa 30)
    3 females 0-10 (Harriet 6, ? ?, Sybil Lucinda 2)
    1 female 26-45 (Mary ?)
24 AUG 1820 son Elijah married Mrs. Roxy DICKINSON of Mansfield [W.H. Fuller unpublished manuscript]

Obadiah FULLER (c.1759-) of Montague
 (say) 1759 born
  possibly son of Asa Fuller
       1779 "Fuller, Obadiah, Montague.  List of men raised to serve in the Continental Army from Capt. Moses Harvey's (5th) co., 6th Hampshire Co. regt., sworn to April 1, 1779; residence, Montague; engaged for town of Montague; joined Capt. Shays's co., Col. Jackson's regt.; term, during war." [Massachusetts Solders and Sailors in the Revolutionary War]
  Ancestry.com's "Index of the Rolls of Honor (Ancestor's Index) in the Lineage Books of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Vol. IV" shows an Obadiah Fuller in 160:236. [Ancestry.com]

Jabez FULLER of Montague
ABT    1775 born (estimated based on marriage date)
 1 OCT 1797 marriage intentions declared, Jabez and Hannah GULBURT, both of M. [Montague Marriages]

Bela FULLER (c.1789-) of Montague
  probably son of John Fuller (since appears in tax records when Isaiah and John are the only other Fullers)
 (say) 1789 born (estimated based on marriage date)
       1790 possibly in census in Montague, MA in Isaiah Fuller household [1790 census]
   3 males 16+ (g'father Isaiah, John? 25-35, aunt Mary's husband Asahel Eastman?)
   1 male 0-16 (Bela? 1?)
   6 females (g'mother,
              Patience? 3,
              aunt Mary?,
              aunt Content 6-16,
              mother Anna (LATHAM) Fuller? 25-35,
              ?)
 4 AUG 1800 possibly in census in Montague in John Fuller's household [1800 census]
   2 males 0-10 (Apollas? 8?, son#3)
   1 male 10-16 (Bela? 11?)
   1 male 26-45 (John 35-45)
   2 females 0-10 (Lucinda 0?, dau#3)
   1 female 10-16 (Patience? 13?)
   1 female 26-45 (mother 35-45)
18 DEC 1808 published intentions in Montague to marry Ruth HINCKLEY [Montague Marriages, 73, 83]
21 JAN 1808 married Ruth HINCKLEY, dau. of Elijah and Patience (ROSE) HINCKLEY [History of Deerfield, 2:201][Vital Records of Deerfield, 187, 198]
10 DEC 1812 first appears in state & county tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.100]
 9 JAN 1815  in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.120]
29 MAR 1815 in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.122]
 8 APR 1815 in county tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.124]
29 JAN 1816 NOT in minister tax list (or later tax lists) in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.125]

 

Apollas FULLER (c.1792-) of Montague
  probably son of John Fuller (since appears in tax records when Isaiah, John, and Bela are the only other Fullers)
 (say) 1792  born (estimated based on appearing in tax records)
 4 AUG 1800 possibly in census in Montague in John Fuller's household [1800 census]
   2 males 0-10 (Apollas? 8?, son#3)
   1 male 10-16 (Bela? 11?)
   1 male 26-45 (John 35-45)
   2 females 0-10 (Lucinda 0?, dau#3)
   1 female 10-16 (Patience? 13?)
   1 female 26-45 (mother 35-45)
25 DEC 1813 first appears in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.111]
19 MAR 1814  in tax list in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.116]
 4 JAN 1815 NOT in state tax list (or later tax lists) in Montague [Montague tax records, FHL microfilm #886884, p.117]

 

Other Fullers (No Known Relation)

The following individuals are not related to the Fullers of Montague, as far as is known, but are tracked here to avoid confusion.

 

Mary (Polly) of Woodstock, daughter of Archippus and Mariah (RYDER) FULLER

            In Henry Swan Dana's "History of Woodstock, Vermont", page 599, she is listed as Polly

            (which was the common nickname for Mary).

26 SEP 1753 parents Archippus FULLER and Mariah RYDER married in Plympton, Plymouth Co, MA
                [Mayflower Families, Vol 1] [Vickie Patrick]

ABT    1755 brother Consider FULLER born in MA [Vickie Patrick]

ABT    1759 brother Seth FULLER born in MA [Vickie Patrick]

       1760 born in Plymouth, Plymouth Co, MA [Vickie Patrick]

ABT    1764 brother Samuel FULLER born in MA [Vickie Patrick]

ABT    1768 sister Mariah FULLER born

20 MAR 1777 brother Consider FULLER married Ruth ELMS in Middleborough, MA [Middleborough Marriages] [IGI]

   SEP 1779 married Simon DAVIS in Woodstock, Windsor Co, VT [Vickie Patrick]

                Note that [OneWorldTree] apparently incorrectly lists him as marrying Mariah rather

                than Mary (Polly).

20 FEB 1780 son Silas L. DAVIS born in Woodstock, Windsor Co, VT [Vickie Patrick]

ABT    1780 brother Seth FULLER married Olive DUTTON [Genealogy of Some

                Descendants of Dr. Samuel Fuller of the Mayflower]

                in Hebron, Tolland Co, CT [OneWorldTree]

 5 MAY 1782 parents received into full communion in the Woodstock Congregational Church [Genealogy of Some

                Descendants of Dr. Samuel Fuller of the Mayflower]

20 JAN 1782 son Isaac DAVIS born in Woodstock, Windsor Co, VT [Vickie Patrick]

       1784 father Archippus and brother Seth bought land in Woodstock [Genealogy of Some

                Descendants of Dr. Samuel Fuller of the Mayflower]

20 JUN 1784 son Garmaliel DAVIS born in Woodstock, Windsor Co, VT [Vickie Patrick]

 5 APR 1787 dau. Mary DAVIS born in Woodstock, Windsor Co, VT [Vickie Patrick]

24 APR 1789 dau. Clarissa DAVIS born in Woodstock, Windsor Co, VT [Vickie Patrick]

       1790 brother Consider FULLER in census in Woodstock, Windsor Co, VT [1790 census]

       1790 brother Seth FULLER in census in Woodstock, Windsor Co, VT [1790 census]

       1792 father Archippus and brother Seth sold land in Woodstock, and Seth is listed

                as of Hartford, Windsor Co, VT [Genealogy of Some

                Descendants of Dr. Samuel Fuller of the Mayflower]

18 NOV 1793 dau. Roxania DAVIS born in Woodstock, Windsor Co, VT [Vickie Patrick]

ABT    1796 brother Samuel FULLER married Sarah FREEMAN [Genealogy of Some

                Descendants of Dr. Samuel Fuller of the Mayflower]

                in Woodstock VT [OneWorldTree]

       1798 mother Mariah buried in Christian Street Cemetery, Hartford, VT [History of Hartford Vermont]

22 AUG 1798 son Simon DAVIS born in Calais, Washington Co, VT [Vickie Patrick]

ABT    1800 son Hiram DAVIS born in Calais, Washington Co, VT [Vickie Patrick]

 4 AUG 1800 brother Consider FULLER in census in Woodstock, Windsor Co, VT [1800 census]

 4 AUG 1800 brother Seth FULLER in census in Hartford, Windsor Co, VT [1800 census]

 6 AUG 1810 brother Seth FULLER in census in Hartford, Windsor Co, VT [1810 census]

       1811 father Archippus buried in Christian Street Cemetery, Hartford, VT [History of Hartford Vermont]

 9 APR 1820 brother Consider FULLER died in Gibson, Susquehanna Co, PA

       1837 brother Seth FULLER died

 2 JUL 1844 died in Jericho, Chittenden Co, VT [Vickie Patrick]

       1844 buried in Pleasant View Cemetery, Jericho, Chittenden Co, VT [Vickie Patrick]

17 APR 1849 brother Samuel FULLER died in Stowe, VT

 

Josiah Fuller of Ashfield, Franklin Co, MA

            Note: Josiah may be unrelated to the others, but he is listed here since he is the only

                  Josiah Fuller anywhere in Franklin Co, MA in Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850.

                  He is not to be confused with Isaiah Fuller above, who was born a generation earlier.
12 NOV 1763 future wife Eleanor WARREN born in Middleborough [Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850]

25 JAN 1766 born in Stafford, CT, son of Aaron and Sarah FULLER [Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850]

29 SEP 1784 married Eleanor WARREN in Ashfield, Franklin Co, MA [Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850] [Pension file #W13225]

12 JAN 1787 son Aaron born in Ashfield [Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850]

 9 FEB 1788 son Joseph born in Ashfield [Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850]

15 MAR 1789 sons Aaron and Joseph christened in Ashfield [Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850]
       1790 in census in Ashfield [1790 census]
               1 male 16+ (Josiah)
               3 males 0-16 (Aaron 3, Joseph 2, ?)
               1 female (Eleanor)

25 MAR 1791 daughter Eleanor born in Ashfield [Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850]

28 MAY 1792 daughter Miriam born in Ashfield [Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850]

28 NOV 1794 daughter Hannah born in Ashfield [Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850]

24 JUL 1796 son Josiah born in Ashfield [Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850]

 1 APR 1798 daughter Irene born in Ashfield [Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850]

11 MAR 1800 son Ebenezer born in Ashfield [Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850]
 4 AUG 1800 in census in Ashfield [1800 census]
               2 males 0-10 (Ebenezer 0, Josiah 4)
               2 males 10-16 (Aaron 13, Joseph 12)
               1 male 26-45 (Josiah)
               3 females 0-10 (Irene 2, Hannah 5, Miriam 8)
               1 female 10-16 (Eleanor 9)
               1 female 26-45 (Eleanor)

26 MAY 1806 daughter Clarissa born in Ashfield [Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850]
 6 AUG 1810 in census in Ashfield [1810 census]
               1 male 0-10 (Ebenezer 10)
               1 male 10-16 (Josiah 13)
               1 male 16-26 (Aaron or Joseph)
               1 male 45+ (Josiah)
               1 female 0-10 (Clarissa 4)
               2 females 10-16 (Irene 12, Hannah 15)
               2 females 16-26 (Miriam 18, Eleanor 19)
               1 female 45+ (Eleanor)

14 FEB 1816 son Ebenezer died in Ashfield [Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850]
23 APR 1818 a Josiah Fuller ("3d") commenced receiving a pension in MA, through at least 1831 or longer
               [U.S. Pensioners]

       1842 wrote will in Ashfield, listed as "ctf. & adm.", case #6-056 [Franklin Co Probate index, FHL microfilm #854379]

19 JUN 1842 died in Ashfield at age 78/79 [Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850]
               [Pension file #W13225]
17 OCT 1843 wife Eleanor of Ashfield applied for pension [Pension file #W13225]
21 DEC 1848 wife Eleanor started receiving pension [Pension file #W13225]

       1851 wife Eleanor probate in Ashfield, listed as "ctf.", case #6-045
               [Franklin Co Probate index, FHL microfilm #854379]       1860 son Joseph probate in Ashfield, listed as "will", case #6-055 [Franklin Co Probate index, FHL microfilm #854379]

 

Isaiah Fuller of Warwick, Franklin Co, MA
            Note: Isaiah of Warwick may be unrelated to the others, but he is listed here to distinguish
               his events from those of Isaiah of Montague.
            son of Isaac and Sarah (PACKARD) FULLER [Rootsweb posting] [Descendants of Dr. Samuel Fuller, 136]
               (Isaiah5, Isaac4, Isaac3, Samuel2, Samuel1)
 7 JUL 1744 born in Bridgewater, Plymouth, MA [Rootsweb posting] [Rootsweb posting]
               [Descendants of Dr. Samuel Fuller, 136]
30 SEP 1768 married Mary KEYSER in Bridgewater, Plymouth Co, MA [Rootsweb posting]
            Isaiah FULLER of Bridgewater served in Revolutionary War [Descendants of Dr. Samuel Fuller, 136]
       1776 son Jacob born [Descendants of Dr. Samuel Fuller, 137]
       1780 son Henry born [Descendants of Dr. Samuel Fuller, 137]
       1782 son Seth born [Descendants of Dr. Samuel Fuller, 137]
       1790 in census in Warwick, Hampshire Co., MA [1790 census]
               2 males 16+ (Isaiah 56, ?)
               2 males 0-16 (Henry? 10, Seth? 8)
               2 females (Mary, dau 3?)
       1790 also in census in Bridgewater, Plymouth Co, MA with same number [Descendants of Dr. Samuel Fuller, 136]
       1793 son James Fuller born in Warwick [Rootsweb posting]
       1798 in Warwick [1798 Direct Tax]

 4 AUG 1800 in census in Warwick, Hampshire Co., MA [1800 census]
               2 males 0-10 (son 9?, son 7?)
               1 male 10-16 (son 11?)
               1 male 16-26 (son 16?)
               1 male 45+ (Isaiah 66)
               1 female 10-16 (dau 13?)
               1 female 45+ (Mary)
10 MAR 1809 died in Warwick, Franklin Co, MA [Rootsweb posting] [Rootsweb posting]
14 FEB 1816 son James FULLER married Nancy LESURE in Leverett, Franklin Co, MA [Rootsweb posting]
22 JUN 1851 son James FULLER died in Warwick [Rootsweb posting]

 

Sarah (Sally) ______, NOT a FULLER, no known relation
ABT    1778 born
 9 OCT 1780 future husband Henry WEEKS born son of Jethro WEEKS of Hartford CT,
               and brother of Stephen [Weekes genealogy, p372]
               "Jethro, Hartford, Conn., had Stephen, Henry (b. Oct. 9, 1780).
                Henry l. Whitingham, Vt., Heath, Mass. (1804-1811), Amherst ; d.
                1829 or 1830 ; had w. Sarah, and children,--Stephen, Mary, Sarah,
                Charlotte, Cornelia C., Edward C. Stephen, s. of Henry, l. at
                Amherst ; d. 1851 ; had w. Phebe, and children,--Rodney D.,
                Marvin A., Sarah M., Lucy R., Pamelia C., Caleb H. ; sons all d.
                without issue. Edward C. had w. Maria, and d. Mary A. ; he d.
                1856."
            New London VR lists a possible family:
                  Jethro, m. Mary CHAPPEL, Sept. 10, 1759 [Barbour]
                  Mary, d. [Jethro & Mary], b. Mar. 13, 1765 [Barbour]
                  Sarah, d. [Jethro & Mary], b. Aug. 25, 1771 [Barbour]
                  Joanna, d. [Jethro & Mary], b. Feb. 25, 1774 [Barbour]                  Stephen, s. [Jethro & Mary], b. May 11, 1776 [Barbour]
                  Henry, s. [Jethro & Mary], b. Oct. 13, 1778 [Barbour]
                  Grace, d. [Jethro & Mary], b. Oct. 13, 1782 [Barbour]
                  Nancy, d. [Jethro & Mary], b. July 27, 1785 [Barbour]
ABT   1800? married Henry WEEKS
            Henry WEEKS lived in Whitingham, Windham Co, VT [Weekes genealogy, p372]
       1800 in census in Whitingham, Windham Co, VT [1800 census]
                Henry Weeks    00101 12100
                An ancestry message board post mentions several weeks who came from Whitingham to Heath
                shortly before 1805 [Melendy Stegenga]
ABT    1802 son Stephen born [1850 census][Weekes genealogy, p372]

17 OCT 1804 son Henry born in Heath, Hampshire Co., MA [Heath vital records]
       1807 son Henry died in Heath, Hampshire Co., MA from "complaint in the head" [Heath vital records]
 3 SEP 1808 daughter Mary / Polly born in Heath, Hampshire Co., MA [Heath vital records][Weekes genealogy, p372]
16 OCT 1808 son Stephen baptised in Heath, Hampshire Co., MA [Heath vital records]
16 OCT 1808 daughter Sarah / Sally baptised in Heath, Hampshire Co., MA [Heath vital records][Weekes genealogy, p372]
 1 JUN 1810 in census in Heath, Hampshire Co., MA [1810 Census]
                    2 males 0-10 (Stephen, ?)
                    1 male 26-45 (Henry)
                    1 male 45+
                    1 female 0-10 (Sally?)
                    1 female 10-16 (Polly?)
                    1 female 26-45 (Sarah 30-35)
       1811 left Heath, Hampshire [now Franklin] Co, MA [Weekes genealogy, p372]
                probably came to Amherst, Hampshire Co, MA at this point
            daughter Charlotte born [Weekes genealogy, p372]
            son Edward C. born [Weekes genealogy, p372]
17 JAN 1816 husband Henry WEEKS signed Petition for Amherst Academy
               [History of the town of Amherst, 1:145]
       1818 children Stephen and Polly on list of pupils at Amherst Academy
               [History of the town of Amherst, 1:150]
 1 JUN 1820 in census in Amherst, Hampshire Co., MA [1820 Census]
                    1 male 0-10 (Edward?)
                    1 male 18-26 (Stephen?)
                    2 males 26-45 (Henry, ?)
                    1 female 0-10 (Charlotte?)
                    1 female 10-16 (Polly?)
                    1 female 26-45 (Sarah 40-45)

 2 APR 1821 husband Henry WEEKS listed as assessor at Amherst town meeting
               [History of the town of Amherst, 2:210]
 4 MAR 1822 husband Henry WEEKS listed as assessor at Amherst town meeting
               [History of the town of Amherst, 2:211]

            daughter Cornelia C. born [Weekes genealogy, p372]
       1828 son Stephen licensed as an innkeeper in North Amherst
               [History of the town of Amherst, 1:384]

  1829-1830 husband Henry WEEKS died [Weekes genealogy, p372]
 1 JUN 1830 in census as widow Sarah WEEKS in Amherst, Hampshire Co., MA [1830 Census]
                    1 male 10-15 (Edward?)
                    2 females 0-5 (?, ?)
                    1 female 5-10 (Cornelia C.?)
                    1 female 15-20 (Charlotte?)
                    1 female 50-60 (Sarah 50-55)
 1 JUN 1830 son Stephen in census in Amherst, Hampshire Co, MA [1830 census]
                    1 male 0-5
                    1 male 5-10
                    1 male 20-30 (Stephen 28)
                    1 female 0-5 (Martha 0)
                    1 female 20-30 (Pheba 24)
 1 JUN 1840 in census in Amherst, Hampshire Co., MA [1840 census]
                    1 female 10-15
                    1 female 60-70 (Sarah 60-65)
 1 JUN 1840 son Stephen in census in Amherst, Hampshire Co, MA [1840 census]
                    1 male 10-15
                    1 male 30-40 (Stephen 38)
                    1 female 0-5 (Pamelia 0)
                    2 females 5-10 (Sarah 8, Lucy 5)
                    1 female 10-15 (Martha 10)
                    1 female 30-40 (Pheba 34)
                    1 female 70-80
14 MAR 1842 son Edward C. elected VP of a total abstinence society in
               North Amherst [History of the town of Amherst, 1:393]
 1 JUN 1850 son Stephen in census in Amherst, Hampshire Co, MA [1850 census]
               255 274 Stephen Weeks 48 M Painter Mass
                       Pheba     "   44 F          "
                       Martha    "   20 F          "
                       Sarah     "   18 F          "
                       Lucy R.   "   15 F          "
                       Pamelia C."   10 F          "
                       Caleb     "    7 M          "
       1851 son Stephen died [Weekes genealogy, p372]
       1856 son Edward C. died [Weekes genealogy, p372]

 

Shubael6 FULLER (Shubael5, Shubael4, John3, Samuel2, Edward1) of East Haddam, CT and Boston, Erie Co., NY
14 FEB 1765/6 born in East Haddam, CT, son of Shubael5 FULLER and Sarah CHAPMAN [Pension file #R3841]
[Genealogy of Some Descendants of Edward Fuller of the Mayflower, p.190]
[Descendants of Robert Chapman, p.44] lists Shubael as son of "Shalad" FULLER and Sarah CHAPMAN
    MAR 1779 aged 14 years old, Shubael Fuller of East Haddam, CT entered service in Revolutionary War as a substitute in place of his brother John Fuller. Served under Capt. Holmes & Lt. Williams, and assisted in building New London Fort, at which Capt. Holmes was the officer in charge [Pension file #R3841]
    DEC 1779 ended service in Revolutionary War, and brother John Fuller resumed his place [Pension file #R3841]
    MAR 1780 brother John Fuller's service in the war expired [Pension file #R3841]
moved to Savoy, Berkshire Co., MA "soon after the Revolution" [Pension file #R3841] [Genealogy of Some Descendants of Edward Fuller of the Mayflower, p.190]
ABT    1794 married (estimate based on having 3 children under 10 in 1800)
   MAY 1796  (prob. mother) Sarah, wife of Shubael, died in Savoy [Personal correspondence from Sandy Mueller]
moved to Clarendon, Rutland Co., VT [Pension file #R3841]
moved to Lansingburgh, Rensselaer Co., NY [Pension file #R3841]
moved to Sunderland, Bennington, VT [Pension file #R3841]
late 1790s daughter Abigail born [Francis M. Northrop records, citing "Mayflower records"]
 4 AUG 1800 in census in Arlington, Bennington Co., VT [1800 census]
   2 males 0-10 (son#1 ?; Ira H. 0)
   1 male 26-45 (Shubael 34)
   1 female 0-10 (Abigail ?)
   1 female 26-45 (wife 35?)
 4 AUG 1800 brother Eli Fuller in census in Savoy, Berkshire Co., MA [1800 census]
   3 males 0-10
   2 males 26-45 (Eli 32; ?)
   1 male 45+ (prob. father Shubael5 79)
   1 female 10-16
   2 females 26-45 (Eunice ?; ?)
        1804 "Transactions in Savoy property in 1804 between Fullers bearing the names of [father] Shubael's children would seem to indicate a settlement of an estate. No record of time or place of death of Shubael5 was found, but he probably deceased previous to 1804. There is no record of settlement of his estate in Berkshire probate records."
Shubael6 from "Dawes Grant" and Savoy, Mass., signed deeds to property in Savoy. [Genealogy of Some Descendants of Edward Fuller of the Mayflower, p.190]
 6 AUG 1810 in census in Sunderland, Bennington Co., VT
1 male 10-16 (Ira H. 10)
1 male 26-45 (Shubael 44)
1 female 45+ (wife 45?)
       1815  future son-in-law Rufus Andrew on tax records in Shaftesbury, VT [Francis M. Northrop records]
15 MAR 1816 "Old Mrs. Fuller," according to Lenox church records, died there [Genealogy of Some Descendants of Edward Fuller of the Mayflower, p.190]
  daughter Abigail married Rufus Andrews who was born in Rhode Island [Francis M. Northrop records, citing "Mayflower records"]
 7 AUG 1820  son-in-law Rufus Andrews (husband of daughter Abigail) in census in Boston, Niagara Co., NY [1820 census]
   1 male 26-45 (Rufus 30-40)
   1 female 0-10 (Betsey Ann 5-10)
   1 female 16-26 (Abigail 20-26)
also in Boston, Niagara Co., NY is an Ira Fuller [1820 census]
   1 male 10-16
   1 male 16-26 (Ira 20?)
   1 female 0-10
   1 female 16-26
Note: Erie Co. was created out of Niagara Co., in 1821
ABT 1823 moved to Boston, Erie Co., NY (date based on the statement that Clark M. Carr and Richard M. Cary of Boston, Erie Co., NY both state in FEB 1841 that they have been well acquainted with Shubael for 18 years) [Pension file #R3841]
ABT 1826 brother John Fuller died [Pension file #R3841]
  1 JUN 1830  son Ira H. Fuller and son-in-law Rufus Andrews (husband of daughter Abigail) living next door to each other in census in Hamburg, Erie Co. NY  [1830 census]
Rufus Andrews
   1 male 5-10
   1 male 15-20
   1 male 40-50 (Rufus ?)
   1 female 15-20 (Betsey Ann ?)
   1 female 30-40 (Abigail 30-36)
Ira H. Fuller
   1 male 0-5 (Orvil 1)
   1 male 30-40 (Ira H. 30)
   1 female 20-30 (Lucinda 20)
According to Francis M. Northrop records (sometimes incorrect), Ira H. was son of Ira son of Jonathan (brother of Shubael)
        1838  Erie Co. land records indicate one land transaction between Shubael Fuller and Ira H. Fuller [Francis M. Northrop records]
  1 JUN 1840 probably in census with Ira H. Fuller in Boston, Erie Co., NY [1840 census]
   1 male 5-10
   1 male 10-15 (Orvil 11)
   1 male 40-50 (Ira H. 40)
   1 male 70-80 (Shubael 75)
   1 female 0-5 (Mary 1)
   1 female 10-15
   1 female 30-40 (Lucinda 30)
 1 JUN 1840  son-in-law Rufus Andrews (husband of daughter Abigail) in census in Boston, Erie Co., NY [1840 census]
   1 male 50-60 (Rufus ?)
   1 female 30-40
   1 female 40-50 (Abigail 40-46)
   1 female 50-60
   1 female 70-80
   Next door is William Veil, husband of their daughter Betsey Ann Andrew (age 20-30)
 9 FEB 1841 age 76, appeared before judge in Erie Co., NY to file for pension [Pension file #R3841]
 3 MAR 1842 made an arrangement with granddaughter Betsey Ann Veil's husband William Veil to deed 12 acres in Lot 29, Boston Twp, Erie Co., NY in return for housing and care until the end of Shubael's life [Personal correspondence from Sandy Mueller]
23 APR 1842 sold 12.5 acres in Lot 29, Boston Twp., Erie County, NY to Ira H. Fuller for $350.00. [Personal correspondence from Sandy Mueller]
1840s died at granddaughter Betsey Ann Veil's house in North Boston, Erie Co., NY [Personal correspondence from Sandy Mueller]
   Betsey Ann Veil was dau. of Rufus and Abigail, and married William Vail
ABT 1850 daughter Abigail Andrews died [Francis M. Northrop records]
   Not found in 1850 mortality schedule
 1 JUN 1850  Ira H. Fuller in census in Concord, Erie Co., NY [1850 census]
   Ira H. Fuller 50 M Farmer    800 VT
   Lucina Fuller 40 F               NY
   Orvil Fuller  21 M Carpenter     NY
   Mary Fuller   11 F               NY
   Lucy Fuller    6 F               NY
 1 JUN 1850  Rufus Andrews in census in Concord, Erie Co., NY with wife Christiana [1850 census]
        1855 Rufus Andrews in census in Concord, Erie Co., NY with new wife Christiana [1855 census]