Person:Samuel Fuller (22)

Dr. Samuel Fuller
d.Bet 9 Aug 1633 and 26 Sep 1633 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
m. 29 Jan 1572/73
  1. Robert Fuller
  2. Thomas Fuller1573 - Bef 1659
  3. Edward Fuller1575 - 1620/21
  4. Ann Fuller1577 - Bef 1578
  5. John Fuller1578 - 1608
  6. Ann Fuller1578 - 1638
  7. Dr. Samuel Fuller1580 - 1633
  8. Edmund Fuller1583 - 1584
  • HDr. Samuel Fuller1580 - 1633
  • WAlice GlascockEst 1582 - Bef 1613
m. 24 Apr 1613
  1. _____ Fuller1615 - 1615
  • HDr. Samuel Fuller1580 - 1633
  • WBridget LeeAbt 1600 - Aft 1667
m. 27 May 1617
  1. Bridgett FullerEst 1619 -
  2. _____ FullerBef 1624 -
  3. Mary FullerAbt 1627 -
  4. Mercy FullerAft 1627 - Aft 1651
  5. Rev. Samuel FullerAbt 1629 - 1695
Facts and Events
Name Dr. Samuel Fuller
Gender Male
Christening[1] 20 Jan 1580 Redenhall, Norfolk, England
Marriage Prob. Englandto Alice Glascock
Alt Marriage Est 1602 to Alice Glascock
Marriage Banns 16 Mar 1613 Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlandsto Agnes Carpenter
Alt Marriage 23 Apr 1613 Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlandsto Agnes Carpenter
Marriage 24 Apr 1613 Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlandsto Agnes Carpenter
Alt Marriage 30 Apr 1613 Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlandsto Agnes Carpenter
Marriage 27 May 1617 Leyden, Hollandto Bridget Lee
Immigration[3] 11 Nov 1620 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States Mayflower to Cape Cod
Occupation[2] Physician, Surgeon
Occupation? Doctor, Deacon
Death[3] Bet 9 Aug 1633 and 26 Sep 1633 Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States
Reference Number? Q7411436?

Caution: there are many Samuel Fullers. This is the Mayflower passenger Dr. Samuel Fuller who died in Plymouth in 1633, and father of Rev. Samuel Fuller of Middleborough.

Wikipedia Intro

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Samuel Fuller (c. 1580/81 – between August 9 and September 26, 1633 in Plymouth) was a passenger on the historic 1620 voyage of the Pilgrim ship Mayflower and became a respected church deacon and the physician for Plymouth Colony.

Early life

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Will of Samuel Fuller

Will of Samuel Fuller

I Samuel ffuller the elder being sick & weake but by the mercie of God in prfect memory ordaine this my last will & Testmt. And first of all I bequeath my soule to God & my body to the earth untill the resureccon. Item I doe bequeath the educacon of my children to my Brother Will Wright & his wife, onely that my daughter Mercy be & remaine wth goodwife Wallen so long as she will keepe her at a reasonable charge. But if it shall please God to recover my wife out of her weake estate of sicknes then my children to be wth her or disposed by her. Also whereas there is a childe comitted to my charge called Sarah Converse, my wife dying as afore I desire my Brother Wright may have the bringing up of her. And if he refuse then I comend her to my loving neighbour & brother in Christ Thomas Prence desiring that whosoever of them receive her pforme the duty of a step ffather unto her & bring her up in the ffeare of God as their owne wch was a charge laid upon me pr her sick ffather when he freely bestowed her upon me & wch I require of them. Item whereas Eliz. Cowles was comitted to my educacon by her ffather & Mother still living at Charles Towne, my will is that she be conveniently apprelled & returne to her ffather or mother or either of them. And for George ffoster being placed wth me upon the same termes by his prents still living at Sagos my will is that he be restored to his Mother likewise. Item I give unto Samuell my son my howse & lands at the Smeltriver to him & his heires for ever. Item (worn) will is that my howse & garden at towne be sold & all my moveables there & at the Smeltriver (except my Cattle) togeather wth the prnt Croppe of Corne there standing by my Overseers heereafter to be menconed. except such as they shall thinke meet in the prnt educacon of my two children Samuell & Mercy my debts being first pd out of them, the overplus to be disposed of towards the encrease of my stock of Cattle for their good at the discretion of my overseers. Item I give two Acres of land that fell unto me by lott on the Sowth side the Towne adjoyning to the Acres of mr Isaack Allerton to Samuell my son. Also two other Acres of land wch were given me by Edward Bircher scituate & being at Strawberry hill if mr Roger Williams refuse to accept of them as formerly he hath done. Also one othr Acre by mr Heeks his Acres neer the Reed pond, All wch I give to the said Samuell & his heires for ever. It. my will is that my Cozen Samuell goe freely away wth his Stock of Cattle & Swine wthout any further recconing wch swine are the halfe of six sowes Six hogges one boare & fowr shotes Also one Cow & one heyfer. Item my will is that not onely the other halfe afore menconed but also all other mine owne propr stock of Swine be sold wth other my moveables for the use before expressed except my best hogg wch I would have killed this winter for the prnt comfort of my children. It. whereas I have disposed of my children to my Brother Will. Wright & Prisilla his wife my will is that in case my wife die he enter upon my howse & land at the Smelt River, & also my Cattle not disposed on together wth my two servts Thomas Symons & Robt Cowles for the Remainder of their several termes to be employed for the good of my children he being allowed for their charg vizt. my childrens what my Overseers shall thinke meet. But if in case my said brother Will Wright or Prisilla his wife die then my said Children Samuell & Mercy together wth the said joynt charge comitted to the said Will & Prisilla be void except my Overseers or the survivor of them shall think meet. To whose godly care in such case I leave them to be disposed of else where as the Law shall direct them. By cattle not disposed on o to be employed for the good of my children I meane three Cowes & two steere calves Six old ewes & two ewe lambs two old wethers & three wether lambs together wth such overplus upon the sale of my goods before expressed as my Overseers shall adde heereunto. It. I give out of this stock of Cattle the first Cow calfe that my Browne Cow shall have to the Church of God at Plymouth to be employed by the Deacon or Deacons of the said Church for the good of the said Church at the oversight of the ruling Elders. Item I give to my sister Alice Bradford twelve shillings to buy her a padre of gloves. Item whatsoever is due unto me from Capt Standish I give unto his Children. It. that a pr of gloves of 5sh be bestowed on mr Joh. Wynthrop Govr of the Massachusets. It. I give unto my Brother Wright aforesaid one cloath suit not yet fully finished lying in my trunk at Towne wch I give notwthstanding my wife survive. It. whereas Capt John Endecott oweth me two pownds of Beaver I give it to his sonnet It. my will is that when my children come to age of discretion that my Overseers make a full valuacon of that Stock of Cattle & thencrease thereof, & that it be equally devided between my children. And if any die in the meane time the whole to goe to the survivor or survivors. It. my will is that they be ruled by my Overseers in marriage. Also I would have them enjoy that smale porcon the Lord shall give them when my Overseers thinke them to be of fit discretion & not at any set time or appointmt of yeares. It. whereas my will is that my Overseers shall let out that stock of Cattle wch shall be bought wth the Overplus of my goods to halves to such as shall be as well carefull as honest men. My will is that my brother Wright have the refusall of them. It. I give unto John Jenny & loin. Wynslow each of them a padre of gloves of five shillings. It. I give Unto mrs Heeks the full sum of twenty shillings. It. I give to old mr William Brewster my best hat & band wch Lh(worn) never wore. Item my will is that if my children die that then my stock be thus distributed. ffirst that what care or paines or charge hath been by any about my children be fully recompensed. Next at the discretion of the Overseers I thus bequeath the rest vizt so as it may redownd to the Governing Elder or Elders of this Church at Plymouth aforesaid & towards the helping of such psons as are members of the same & are [illegible] as my Overseers shall thinke meet. It. I give to Rebecca Prence 2sh 6d to buy her a padre of gloves It. my will is that in case my sonne Samuell & other my children die before such time as they are fitt to enter upon my land for inheritance that then my kinsman Saml ffuller now in the howse wth me enjoy wtsoever lands Lam now possessed of except my dwelling howse at town or whatsoever shall be due to me or them. It. I give to him my Rufflet Cloake & my stuffe sute I now weare It. I institute my son Samuell my Executor. and because he is young & tender I enjoyne him to be wholly ordered by Edw Wynslow mr Wil Bradford & mr Tho. Prence whom I make his Overseers & the Overseers of this my last will & Testmt. so often menconed before in the same. And for their paines I give to each of them twenty shillings apeece. It. I give to Mercy my daughter one Bible wth a black Cover wth Bezaes notes. It. I give all the rest of my bookes to my sonne Samuell wch I desire my Brother Wright Will safely preserve for him. It my will is that when my daughter Mercy is fitt to goe to score that mrs Heeks may teach her as well as my sonnet It. whatsoever mr Roger Williams is indebted to me upon my booke for phisick I freely give him. Last of all whereas my wife is sick & weake I have disposed of my children to others my will is if she recover that she have the educacon of them, & that the other gifts & legacies I have given may be pformed And if in case any of my Overseers or all of them 13] die before my children be judged by them of age of discretion then my desire is they will before such time when they dispose of their owne affaires depute some other of the Church to pforme this duty of care & love towards my children, wch I allow & binde my children to obedience to them as before. In witnes that this is my last will & Test I have set to my hand & seale the 30 th of July Anno 1633.

Samuell ffuller

Memorand that whereas the widow Ring comitted the Oversight of her sonne Andrew to me at her death, my will is that mr Tho Prence one of my Overseers take the charge of him & see that he be brought up in the ffeare of the Lord & See that he sustaine no wrong by any.

Witnesses heerunto

Robt Heeks

John Wynslow.

This page uses content from the English Wikipedia. The original content was at Samuel Fuller (Mayflower physician). The list of authors can be seen in the page history. As with WeRelate, the content of Wikipedia is available under the Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
  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).
  2. Haxtun, Annie Arnoux. Signers of the Mayflower Compact. (New York, NY: The Mail and Express, 1896-1899, 1902).
  3. 3.0 3.1 Samuel Fuller, in Anderson, Robert Charles. The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England, 1620-1633. (Boston: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 1995).
  4.   Samuel Fuller (Mayflower physician), in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia.
  5.   Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States. Mayflower Compact. (Plymouth, Plymouth, Massachusetts, United States)
  6.   Those Carpenter Girls! by Peggy M. Baker, in General Society of Mayflower Descendants (Plymouth, Massachusetts). Mayflower quarterly. (Boston, Massachusetts, United States: General Society of Mayflower Descendants)
    Vol. 79 No. 4 P 337, Dec 2013.

    "John Lothrop and many members of his congregation left Scituate in 1639 to settle in Barnstable on the Cape. Priscilla Carpenter and her husband John Cooper were among those who moved, along with young Samuel Fuller (Samuel had arrived on the Mayflower in 1620 with his father Edward; on his father's death, he had been raised by his uncle Samuel, the onetime husband of Priscilla Carpenter's sister Agnes)..."

    Page 333: "On board [Mayflower] were not only William Bradford and his wife Dorothy May, but also Samuel Fuller, once-and-always brother-in-law to the Carpenter girls."

The Mayflower (1620)
The Mayflower was the first settlement voyage to New England, carrying primarily English Separatists known as Pilgrims. It was destined for the mouth of the Hudson River, but landed at Cape Cod in present-day Massachusetts.
Sailed: 6 Sep 1620 from Southampton, England under Captain Christopher Jones
Arrived: 11 Nov 1620 at Plymouth, Massachusetts
After spending the winter aboard ship, the surviving passengers moved ashore on 21 Mar 1621.
Next Vessel: The Fortune (1621)

104; 24 families left descendants (Full List)
Pilgrim Families: Allerton (Asst. Gov. Isaac) - Bradford (Gov. William) - Brewster (Rev. William) - Chilton - Cooke - Fuller (Edward) - Fuller (Samuel) - Priest - Rogers - Sampson - Tilley (Edward) - Tilley (John) - White - Winslow (Edward)
Other Families and Servants: Alden - Billington - Browne - Doty - Eaton - Hopkins - Howland - Mullins - Soule - Standish (Capt. Miles) - Warren - Winslow (Gilbert)

Resources: Primary Sources: Bradford's History of Plymouth Plantation - Mourt's Relation - Pilgrim Hall (wills and other contemporary documents)
Wikipedia: Mayflower (voyage) - Passenger List - Pilgrims - Plymouth Colony - Captain Christopher Jones