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Samuel Frances Streeter Fuller

Samuel Frances Streeter Fuller

Posted: 8 Dec 2000 8:52AM GMT
Edited: 22 Dec 2004 6:44PM GMT
Samuel B.4/20/1786 Vermont D.11/1869 Married 1808 in Quebec Ca. Frances Streeter B.12/4/1788 Both are buried Burtchville Cemetery St.Clair Co.Mi. Lot # 78 West . Children; Silas 1820-9/3/1900 Wife Rachel F. 5/6/1827-8/6/1896 Lot#29 Cole section. William C.10/22/1823-11/25/1898 Married 1st Wife Jane Ellethorpe 12/11/1834-7/27/1858 2nd Wife Jane Bradley 1837-10/21/1870 All 3 buried in Jeddo Cemetery Jeddo St.Clair Co.Mi. Hugh 10/28/1825-2/12/1912 Married Anna Lee 4/10/1828-5/29/1897 both buried Burtchville Lot #7 Corner in front of Edison fence.Nancy 9/1827-2/8/1908 Married James McWilliams 1816-10/20/1873 Burtchville Lot#37 East By Sister Caroline's ,Caroline 5/5/1830-1/2/1912 Married Robert B.Fleury 1829-est.1879/1880 buried Ont.Ca. Would like information on parents of Samuel Frances Streeter Fuller. Thank you.Joann_f2000@yahoo.com

Samuel and Frances Fuller

Posted: 14 Dec 2000 5:07PM GMT
Edited: 12 Jul 2001 12:18AM GMT
They were my great great grandparents.Silas and Rachel were my great grandparents and Harrison buried in the same cemetery was my grandfather. Frank Fuller was my father, born in Jeddo in 1888.
Posted: 17 Dec 2000 11:21AM GMT
Edited: 8 May 2004 8:42PM GMT
Could you tell me if your Samuel's Father was Freedom Fuller, wife's name unknown? Did he also have 2 brothers Chauncey Sylvester Smith 1 sister Mary? This is my Father's Mother's family and I have hit bricks. Any help you can give will much appreciated.
Thank you,
Sue

Samuel Fuller

Posted: 17 Dec 2000 11:28AM GMT
Edited: 12 Jul 2001 12:18AM GMT
My great great grandfather was Samuel Fuller, born in Vermont, moved to Quebec, Canada and spent the last years of his life in St.Clair county, Michigan. His wife was Frances or Fanny Streeter. There is so many Fullers, if I come across the names I will notify you.

Samuel Fuller

Posted: 17 Dec 2000 11:32AM GMT
Edited: 12 Jul 2001 12:18AM GMT
My Samuel's father was Ephraim and his mother Abigail Higgins Fuller. Grandfather was Benjamin.

Samuel Fuller

linda (View posts)
Posted: 22 Dec 2000 8:40AM GMT
Margaret, I also posted on the Fleury board. Do you know where in England the Fuller's are from. I am a descendent of Caroline Fuller (daughter of Samuel Frances) Also, did you family ever have family reunions in Port Huron - I think at a park called Lighthouse Park? thank you Linda gablin@peoplepc.com
Posted: 23 Dec 2000 3:53PM GMT
Edited: 12 Jul 2001 12:18AM GMT
Our branch came from Redenhall, Norfolk, England.No,Our Fuller family had a reunion in October in Avoca, Michigan Have a brother living in Port Huron.

Samuel Fuller

Linda (View posts)
Posted: 27 Dec 2000 8:17AM GMT
Hello Margaret, who was Samuel's father? Was it Ephraim? And was Bemnjamin Ephraim's father? Then onto Edward - Jacob? Was it just Mary Bacon Thomas who was born in Redenhall, Norfolk, England? And the year was ? I just want to be sure on the descendents. Do you know anything about Frances Streeter? Are you a descendent of Samuel? or his brother? Thanks for your patience.
Linda

Samuel Fuller

Posted: 27 Dec 2000 9:10AM GMT
Edited: 12 Jul 2001 12:18AM GMT
Samuel and Fraances Streeter were my great great grandparents. Their son Silas was my great grandfather and his son Harrison was my grandfather and my father was Frank Fuller, born in Jeddo. I stopped with Thomas he is the first to come into Mass from England but it goes on to Redenhall, England with more of the line. There is a debate about a Ralph or a Robert being the grandfather of out Thomas but I think they are all related. Can you get into the Church of Latter Day Saints records, there is alot of information there, but shift through it and work on it, sometimes it duplicated. There were two Fullers on the Mayflower and they could be our Thomas's uncles. Alot of wonderful people in the line
Posted: 27 Dec 2000 9:13AM GMT
Edited: 12 Jul 2001 12:18AM GMT
Ephraim is the father of Samuel, then it comes Benjamin. Both have Revolutionary War papers in the Archives in Washington you can send for and receive.
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