I happened to be on our dial-up writing our son when I saw that you had left a message; for now I cannot send anything on Drusilla but will verify information on Fullers: THE HISTORY OF UNION, CONN., founded on material gathered by REV. CHARLES HAMMOND, LL. D., 1893, pp. 345-346: James and Abigail (Hammond has Youmans, as do most sites; in Vital Rec. of Ashford I see YOUARD; Barbour's transcription has YEWARD/LENARD?.)Fuller marr. in Ashford Dec. 17, 1717. He was town clerk, Union, in 1737. Their children (b. Ashford): Dinah, Abigail, Elizabeth, WILLIAM (b. Mar. 13, 1722/3--verified in Vital Rec.). WILLIAM married Mehitabel Tyler in Wittington Dec. 10, 1746 (verified in V. R. of Wittington). Their children: Hezekiah, Dorothy (V.R. of Union list a named son who died after a few months), Isaac (my 4-gr. grandfather), CALVIN, b. May 6, 1758 (verified in V.R. of Union), Abigail, Luther, Abner, John. Hezekiah (Wm.s' br.) marr. Margaret Tyler, Mehitable's sister.
Descendants of one Samuel F. say that he was the youngest brother; if so, I suspect his birth in Wales, Mass., whither Wm and Mehitable moved for a while (Luther's papers in appl. for pension after the War). John & Isaac were with Calvin in Vermont in 1800 census before they went to Jefferson Co., N.Y., where Abner joined them after a brief sojourn in Coos Co., N.H., where Hezekiah (the younger) and Luther settled (Thompson's history of Stratford, N.H., and census rec.). I write in haste before losing connexion as I did a moment ago. I can send more dates and a little more if you are interested. Hope that this helps! Bill Fullerfirstname.lastname@example.org