Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p215

  Prev FRYER or FRIER - FULLER Next  
Volume 2, Page 215

1666, capt. and council. in 1683, d. 13 Aug. 1705. Hubbard, in Ind.
Wars, gives acco. of his eldest s. James. THOMAS, Salem, had gr. of
Id. 1639, rem. prob. to Gloucester, there was selectman 1642; and
Elizabeth perhaps his wid. or a. d. there 9 Sept. 1685. Margaret, perhaps
his sis. was first w. of Thomas Gardner.

    FUGILL, THOMAS, New Haven 1639, is nam. by Rev. Thomas Shepard in his
autobiog. as one of the serv. of Sir Richard Darley of Buttercrambe, had bapt. Mercy, on 2
Aug. 1640; John, 13 June 1641; and Pledge, 1 Feb. 1646; was Sec. of the col. in 1641, so
cont. till 1645, when for false rec. he was dism. soon excom. and went home. See
Young's Chron. of Mass. 525. One John F. prob. s. of Thomas, was
at New Haven a. 1669, as by testim. of Capt. Nathan Andrews, and
Mr. John Todd, 30 June 1710, that they knew him above 40 yrs. bef.
but he did not, as they knew of, lay any claim to the ld. that was
his f.'s.

    FULHAM, FRANCIS, Watertown, m. Sarah d. of John Livermore, had
Jacob, b. 19 Nov. 1693 ; Sarah, 2 Mar. 1695 ; Hannah, 10 June 1697;
and Mary, 4 Apr. 1702. His w. d. 10 Mar. 1724, and he m. 1 Oct. foll.
Mary, wid. of Samuel Jones, d. of Thomas Woolson.

    FULLER, BENJAMIN, Rehoboth, s. of Robert of Salem. BENJAMIN,
Salem, s. of Thomas, m. 15 Dec. 1685, ..... Bacon, had Samuel, Benjamin,
b. 25 Feb. 1687; Sarah, Ruth, Abigail, and Hannah. He liv. in the vill. wh.
became Danvers, was freem. 1690. DANIEL, New Haven 1640. EDWARD,
Plymouth, br. of the famous Samuel, came with him in the Mayflower 1620,
bring. w. Ann and[1] s. Samuel, and leav. Matthew, on the
other side, wh. was elder, d. early next yr. as did his w. but his s. Samuel
outliv. the hardships. EDWARD, Boston 1630, whose s. John, says
Lewis, sett. at Lynn. But I believe we kn. no more, than that the name
has 'much prevail. there. Edward was employ. in 1643, to bring, with
others, the cattle of the Gortonists, taken near Providence, under the
absurd pretence of being spoil of war. No doubt he was of the true, or
popular faith, or he would not thus have been trusted; and this may,
perhaps, render it less prob. that he was the same Edward subject. in
1639 to cens. by the Gen. Ct. for distemper. with wine. EDWARD,
Lynn, freem. 1691, was, perhaps, s. of Robert of the same. GILES,
Hampton, 1640, d. 2 Apr. 1673. JACOB, Salem vill. now Danvers,
freem. 1690. JAMES, Ipswich, by w. Mary, had James, b. 2 Dec. 1673;
Mary, 30 May 1675; John, 20 Feb. 1677; Elizabeth 25 Feb. 1679; Daniel,
24 Feb. 1681; Nathaniel, 18 Feb. 1683; and Dorothy, 18 Dec. 1684.
His wid. prob. liv. to 16 Oct. 1732, aged 85. JEREMIAH, Newton, S. of
the first John of the same, was lieut. had bur. four ws. Mary, wh. d. 17
Aug. 1689; Elizabeth wh. d. 1700, in which yr. he took Thankful, wh. d.
1729; and Rachel, d. 1742; by first and last had no ch. but by Elizabeth
had Elizabeth b. 14 Apr. 1694, d. soon; and Jeremiah, 3 July 1697, d.