Person:Samuel Fuller (21)

Rev. Samuel Fuller
b.ABT 1629
m. 27 MAY 1617
  1. Bridgett Fullerest 1619 -
  2. A Child FullerBEF 1624 -
  3. Mary FullerABT 1627 -
  4. Mercy FullerAft 1627 - AFT 1651
  5. Rev. Samuel FullerABT 1629 - 1695
m. bet 11 Apr 1663 and 2 May 1667
  1. Hannah Fuller
  2. Experience Fuller
  3. Mercy Fuller
  4. John Fuller
  5. Elizabeth Fuller1663 - BEF 1724
  6. Isaac FullerAft 1681 - Bef 1727
  • HRev. Samuel FullerABT 1629 - 1695
  1. Samuel FullerABT 1658 - 1728
Facts and Events
Name[2] Rev. Samuel Fuller
Gender Male
Birth[2] ABT 1629
Marriage bet 11 Apr 1663 and 2 May 1667 to Elizabeth Nichols
Death[1] 17 Aug 1695 Middleborough, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Occupation[1] Physician, Minister

Caution: There are many Samuel Fullers. This is Rev. Samuel Fuller of Middleborough, s/o Dr. Samuel Fuller, the Mayflower passenger.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 General Society of Mayflower Descendants. Mayflower Families Through Five Generations: Descendants of the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth, Mass. December 1620. (New England - United States: General Society of Mayflower Descendants., Various), Secondary quality.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Samuel Fuller entry, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995).

    Children... iv SAMUEL, b. about 1629; m. (1) _____ _____; m. (2) between 11 April 1663 and 2 May 1667 Elizabeth (Nichols) Bowen, daughter of John Nichols and widow of Thomas Bowen [MD 39:86-87].

  3.   Savage, James. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England: Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692, on the Basis of Farmer's Register. (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co, 1860-1862), 2:218.

    SAMUEL, Plymouth, s. of the first Samuel, was a preach. but seems to have been slow to rem. prob. giving his time to pious care of his mo. refus. invit. to Rehoboth after d. of Newman, but preach. at Middleborough sixteen yrs. and at last was ord. there when the first ch. was gather. 26 Dec. 1694, and d. 17 Aug. foll. in 71st yr. if his gr.stone be correct. Of this the doubt is almost invinc. for it would carry his b. to 1623 or 4, at least, whereas in the div. of cattle, May 1627, his f. head of the eighth lot, counts only for hims. w. and cous. or neph. bef. ment. Still stranger, however, to our modern notions, seems the nomin. of him as excor. of will, when he could not be [continuing onto p. 219] 8, and prob. was only 5 yrs. old. He had w. Eliz[abeth] but was not m. bef. 1650, ch[ildren] nam. in the will, pro. 1 Oct. 1695, Mercy, w. of Daniel Cole, perhaps his sec.; Samuel, b. 1659; Experience, w. of James Wood; John; Elizabeth w. of Samuel Eaton; Hannah, w. of Eleazer Lewis, and Isaac, wh. was under age, as may have been the last d. By Lewis, in Hist. of Lynn, ed. 2, p. 111, this Samuel is call. br. of John, s. of Edward, and he speaks of his arr. in Boston 1630, so as to lead to confusion, if not starting from it. Deane, in Hist. of Scituate, seems almost as confus. as his br. Hist. of Lynn. The name of his w. is giv. in the ch. Hist. of M. as Brewster, and perhaps she was gr.d. of the noble William; she d. at Plymouth 4 Nov. 1713. Confusion, indeed, is often unavoida.