These arms have been in this family for a long time, but the compiler has no other proof that they belong to this branch of the Fuller family. Burke in his General Armory describes the same arms as belonging to a Fuller family on the Isle of Wight.
1. Lieutenant THOMAS FULLER, the first ancestor of this family, married June 13, 1643, Elizabeth Tidd, probably daughter of John Tidd of Woburn. Subsequent to her death he married, August 25, 1684, Sarah Wyman, whose maiden name was Nutt. She died May 24, 1688, and he married a third wife Hannah -. He died in 1698. In his will, dated June 9, 1698, and probated July 4, following, he makes bequests to his daughters, Elizabeth Dean, Ruth Wilkins, and Deborah Shaw; grandson, David Richardson; grand-daughters, Ruth Wheeler and Bethiah Fuller; and sons, Thomas, Benjamin, and Jacob.
His ch. were: (2) Thomas Fuller, b. April 30, 1644; m. first Ruth Richardson, third daughter of Thomas and Mary Richardson of Charlestown and Woburn, who was born April 14, 1647; 2d Miss Durgy; (3) Elizabeth b. Sept. 12, 1645; m. 1662, Joseph Dean of Concord; (4) Ruth, b. May 17, 1645; m. 1st, Mr. Wheeler, by whom she had 1 ch. Ruth (who married Mr. Foye); m. 2d, Mr. Wilkins; (5) Deborah , b.. May 12, 1650; m. 1st, Isaac Richardson; 2d, Mr. Shaw; (6) John, b. March 1, 1653; m. Miss Putnam; left no sons, but two daughters; (7) Jacob , b. May 14, 1655; m. Mary Bacon; : d. 1731; (8) Joseph, b. Aug. 8, 1658; d. young and unm.; ,(9) Benjamin, b. April 15, 1660; m. Sarah Bacon; (10) Samuel, b. May 9, 1662, d. young and unm.
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