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New Mayflower Fuller Researchers-On Samuel Fuller and Capt. Matthew Fuller

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Re: The 2 Elizabeth Fuller's and the Mayflower line

Posted: 1 Jun 2012 8:17PM GMT
Classification: Query
I understand the confusion. I have had the same confusion over my Thomas Fuller and Lucy Burt. The Thomas Fuller that the Mayflower people seem to identify with Lucy Burt was supposed to have died in 1804 at the age of 82. I am sorry, but my Thomas and Lucy had children born later than that. They did not even get married until 1796 in Richmond Berkshire, MA. Where they came by the logic of the Thomas being 82 marrying a woman 22 is beyond me. My research has been through following the trail of the Fullers and the associated families who were in Warren County, NY and where those families were from. Almost all of it leads back to the Fullers of East Haddam and their connection to the Rowleys married to the Fullers of East Haddam (Thomas Fuller and Martha Rowley). The same Rowley family shows up in Berkshire County and in the Connecticut county just to the south of Richmond. Family after family has connections to Warren County, NY. Even the town of Bolton comes from the town of Bolton in Tolland County, CT. Where Thomas's father, Jehiel is buried. But the Rowleys and the Fullers are connected so many times it is amazing. If I meet a Rowley, I am most likely meeting a cousin.

Eileen Fuller (Edward, John & Mehitable Rowley , Thomas, Thomas & Martha Rowley, Jehiel, Thomas, Lyman, Joel Chester, Chauncey Orson, Theodore Lane and me.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Ellen Baker 9 Jan 2005 7:18PM GMT 
NancyjRowley1 24 Feb 2010 7:58AM GMT 
eileenfuller8... 27 Mar 2010 9:50AM GMT 
NancyjRowley1 27 Mar 2010 6:53PM GMT 
eileenfuller8... 28 Mar 2010 10:16AM GMT 
NancyjRowley1 1 Jun 2012 2:33AM GMT 
eileenfuller8... 2 Jun 2012 2:17AM GMT 
SharMar1967 18 Oct 2010 12:13AM GMT 
eileenfuller8... 20 Oct 2010 8:57AM GMT 
jcfgreybeard 18 Oct 2012 12:00AM GMT 
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