5. CONSIDER FULLER, b. Kingston, Mass. 7 July 1738; died

after 1790; m. Plympton, 21 February 1759 LYDIA

BRYANT, b. Plympton 12 May 1741, daughter of

Samuel, Jr. and Tabitha (Ford) Bryant. She died in

Maine after 1790.

Children of Consider and Lydia (Bryant) Fuller were:

Luna, b. Halifax, Mass. 17 Feb. 1760, m. Gershom

Holmes

Eliphalet, b. Halifax, Mass. 1761,

Lydia, bpt. Kingston, Mass. 1766, m. Simon Knowles

John, bpt. Kingston, Mass. 1767

Levi, bpt. Kingston, Mass. 1767

Joseph, bpt. Kingston, Mass. 1769

EZRA, bpt. Kingston, Mass. 1774, m. AVIS BRIGGS

Lusanna, bpt. Kingston, Mass. 1776

Consider, bpt. Kingston, Mass. 1780, (bur. Bryant

Pond)

6. EZRA FULLER, bpt. 9 October 1774, First Church of

Kingston, Unitarian, by Pastor Rev. Courtland

Yardley de Normandie; died 2 October 1842, Jay,

Maine; m. 3 August 1793, Winthrop, Maine, AVIS

BRIGGS, daughter of Ephraim and Lettice ( Hill)

Briggs.

Children of Ezra and Avis (Briggs) Fuller (b. in Jay):

Joseph, b. 19 October 1793

Hilton, b. 15 September 1795

Ezra, Jr., b. 31 July 1797

Sally, b. 15 Sept. 1799

SAMUEL, b. 5 September 1801, m. MARY BRIGGS.

Avis

Lydia

Consider

Claracy

Jefferson

Avis (Briggs) Fuller died at Jay, Maine 26 April 1814.

Ezra married second, intentions filed 1 July 1814 Mrs.

Sarah (Morse) Stubbs, a widow. Children from this marriage:

Mary Ann Fuller

William b. 26 December 1818

Isaac, b. 1 June 1822

Ezra is buried in the Stubbs lot in a cemetery in Jay,

Maine located on Route 133 around five miles from Beans

Corner. Inscription reads "Ezra Fuller, died Oct. 2, 1842,

age 68".

(In 1911 there was a family Bible in the possession of

Truman H. Fuller, Kingston, Mass. A private record, Census

of Kingston families for 1796 by Rev. Z. Willis was in the

possession of Edward T. Barker of Boston, Mass.)

7. SAMUEL FULLER, was born in Jay, Maine 15 September

1801; died in Eustis, Maine 21 March 1885; m. Jay,

Maine 20 Oct. 1824 MARY/POLLY BRIGGS, daughter of

Ephraim and Rachel (Lane) Briggs of Norway, Maine.

Children of Samuel and Mary (Briggs) Fuller were:

(all except Mark and possibly Elizabeth were born in

Jay.

William H., b. 24 April 1826

*Sylvester Stricklan, b. 22 Nov. 1827 m. Ann

Samuel Rhutulus, b. 2 May 1829; m. Mary Pike.

**Catherine, b. 16 May 1831; m. Silas Usher

Emulus S., b. 4 Nov. 1833

Hannah, b. 8 June 1836; m. James Bean

Elizabeth, S., b. 18 Nov. 1840; m. Enoch Hinckley and

Isaac James

MARK, b. Eustis, Maine 26 April 1846; m.SARAH WINSLOW

*Sylvester Fuller b. 1828 m. Ann.

Children: Laura, b. 1850; Edwin, b. 1855; George, b.

1859

**Catherine, m. Silas Usher:

Children: Francis, b. 1849; Edward, b. 1850; Mary, b.

1856; Emeline and Clara, b. 1858; Ira, b. 1860

Emeline Fuller m. Noah G. Cofren Feb. 6, 1860

Elizabeth M. Fuller, Farmington, m. Fred C. Weymouth,

Freeman, June 25, l887

Charles M. Fuller m. Carrie S. Bean, Farmington, April

13, 1889

Amos Fuller of Dead River m. 8 Dec. 1839 Sally Daine

(sp?)

_

Children: Ulyses Grant Fuller, 1866-1949 m. Amelia d. 1929

Donald H. Fuller 1880 - 1923

Bernie d. 12 March 1894

Dilana b. 1857

Samuel M. b. 1858

Martin

Catherine, b. 16 May 1831; m. Silas Usher

Emulus S., b. 4 Nov. 1833

Hannah, b. 8 June 1836 d. 1929; m. James Bean

Buried in Bean's Corner, Jay, Maine cemetery

Children:

James b. 1855

Arvilla b.1857- 1939 m. Frank L. Cox (d. 1918)

Florien E. (1874-1877)

Archer (1877-1915)

Helen b. 1859/60

Lilliam Mabel d. 1943; m. Ferdinand Wyman

(bur. Eustis)

(dau or granddaughter?))

Elizabeth, S., b. 18 Nov. 1840; m. Enoch Hinckley and

Isaac James

MARK, b. Eustis, Maine 26 April 1846; m.SARAH WINSLOW

8. MARK FULLER, born Eustis, Maine 26 April 1846; died at

Farmington, Maine 29 October 1936; married at West New

Portland, Maine 23 October 1870 SARAH TALCOTT WINSLOW,

daughter of Rev. Ezra and Mary Benson (Thomas)

Winslow.

Mark was a farmer and lived in New Portland and New

Vineyard until his home burned, at which time he went to

Farmington to live with his son Howard where he resided until

his death. Sarah died 1 March 1920 at Farmington (age 72 y 7

mo 12 days)

Children of Mark and Sarah (Winslow) Fuller were:

A child who died at or soon after birth.

Mary, m. Joseph Manter--no children

HOWARD MARK, b. Eustis, 1 March 1874; m. MILDRED

SAVAGE

Annie, m. Frank Mendall

9. HOWARD MARK FULLER was born in Eustis, Maine, on what

is called "Eustis Ridge" on 1 March 1874. He died

in Farmington, Maine 21 September 1939. He was

married three times. First to Mae Trask. They

had one daughter:

Thelma Mae, born 6 July 1900, married Fred Wilson

He married 2nd Evelyn Hennessey in Farmington 1 Jan.

1913 and she died 16 February 1914,(age 24 y. 2 mos. 13 days)

after a long illness. They had one son:

Woodrow Wilson, born 4 March 1913; died 7 April 1934

He married third at Wayne, Maine 17 October 1916

Mildred Georgia Savage, daughter of Stephen and Mary (Brown)

Savage.

Children of Howard and Mildred (Savage) Fuller were:

MARY VIVIAN, born 6 May 1917; married Emery Santerre

Samuel Howard, b. 14 Dec. 1919; d. 22 Jan. 1920

Richard Howard, b. 11 Dec. 1920; d. 14 Feb. 1921

Son, b. and d. 8 June 1922 (stillborn)

Son, b. and d. 7 Nov. 1923 (lived one hour)

Carlton Howard, b. 24 October 1924; m. Tess Brown

Annie Belle, b. 24 April 1929; m. Arthur Gonzales

Clyde Herbert, b. 12 March 1933; died 11 April 1934

Ruth Evelyn, b. 8 May 1935; m. Richard White

Howard was a Rural Letter Carrier for over 30 years

before his retirement. He also farmed about 7 acres. He was

an active member of the Methodist Church in Farmington, Maine

and a much-respected citizen of that community.

10. MARY VIVIAN FULLER was born 6 May 1917 at Farmington,

Maine. She attended the schools in Farmington and

graduated from Farmington High School in June 1935.

She attended Bliss Business College in Lewiston for

one year and in 1942 went to Washington, D. C. where

she had a Civil Service position. She married in

Washington, D.C. on 25 March 1944 Emery August

Santerre, son of August and Lucy (Violette) Santerre.

Children of Emery and Vivian (Fuller) Santerre were:

Emery August, Jr. born 12 April 1945, m. Mary Kay

Werkowski

Janette Lucy, born 12 July 1947, m. David A. Dobbs

Patricia Anne, born 23 August 1948, m. Philip E. Dow

James Howard, born 16 September 1950, m. Iola D. Porter

Denis Murchie, born 9 September 1951, m. Stella Brown

Carol Agnes, born 13 April 1953, m. (1st) Terry Mabry;

(2nd) Robert Bailey and (3rd) David Sexton

Information for the above was found as follows:

Generations 1 through 5: Mayflower Five Generation

Book, Volume I; (will of Robert Fuller) Descendents of Edward

Fuller; (marriage record of Dr. Sam'l & Brigit Lee) The

Mayflower Descendent V. VIII No. 3; History of Middleboro;

Signers of the Mayflower Compact;

Generation 6: Town Clerk, Jay, Maine; Gravestone of

Ezra Fuller; Deed recorded in records in South Paris, Maine;

Marriage record at Town Clerk's office in Winthrop, Maine;

and some verbal information (regarding location of family

bible, etc.)

Generations 7 through 9: Census records, Vital Records

in Archives at Augusta, Maine; Town Clerk, Jay, Maine; and

personal knowledge.

Son James d. 14 Dec. 1874 age 44 y, 11 m, 2 da. His

wife,

Lydia M. d. 3 Aug. 1910 age 78y, 5 m, 1 da.

In Notch Cemetery, New Vineyard

William L. Fuller June 24, 1843-March 3, 1878

Mary E. Clark Fuller April 3, 1841-Oct. 18, 1916

Brothers and Sisters of Grandpa (Mark Fuller)

Ulyses Grant Fuller 1866-1949 m. Amelia E. 1866-1929

Donald H. Fuller (prob. their son) 1888-1923

Bernie G. Fuller (s/o Grant & Amelia) d. 12 March 1894

Samuel R. May 2, 1829-March 10 1919. (In 1916 he was

oldest

man

in Eustis--87)

Mary E., his wife d. 14 Sept. 1888 age 53

Children: Dilana, b. 1857; Samuel M. b. 1858; Martin

L. b.

1860

Hannah Fuller Bean b 8 June 1836, Jay, Maine d. 18 Feb.

1929

James W. Bean (her husband) March 5, 1827-Aug. 14, l901

Buried in Bean's Corner, Jay, Maine cemetery

Children: James, b. 1855; Arvilla, b. 1857; Helen b.

1859/60.

Lillian Mabel Bean m. Ferdinand Wyman (bur. Eustis)--was she

dau.

or

granddau. of Hannah Fuller Bean?

Arvilla Bean (1857-1939) m. Frank L. Cox (1852-1918).

Children: Florien E. (1874-1877) and Archer (1877-

1915)

were

wo of them.

Lillian Mabel Bean (1869-1943) m. Frank Ferdinand Wyman

(1859-

1943)

Son James d. 14 Dec. 1874 age 44 y, 11 m, 2 da. His

wife,

Lydia M. d. 3 Aug. 1910 age 78y, 5 m, 1 da.

Elizabeth Fuller m. Enoch Hinkley; m. 2nd Isaac James

Sylvester Fuller b. 1828 m. Ann.

Children: Laura, b. 1850; Edwin, b. 1855; George, b.

1859

Catherine, m. Silas Usher:

Children: Francis, b. 1849; Edward, b. 1850; Mary, b.

1856;

Emeline and Clara, b. 1858; Ira, b. 1860

Samuel R. May 2, 1829-March 10 1919. (In 1916 he was

oldest

man

in Eustis--87)

Mary E., his wife d. 14 Sept. 1888 age 53

Children: Dilana, b. 1857; Samuel M. b. 1858; Martin

L. b.

1860

_

Emeline Fuller m. Noah G. Cofren Feb. 6, 1860

Elizabeth M. Fuller, Farmington, m. Fred C. Weymouth,

Freeman,

June 25, l887

Charles M. Fuller m. Carrie S. Bean, Farmington, April

13,

1889

Amos Fuller of Dead River m. 8 Dec. 1839 Sally Daine

(sp?)

Hannah Fuller Bean b 8 June 1836, Jay, Maine d. 18 Feb.

1929

James W. Bean (her husband) March 5, 1827-Aug. 14, l901

Buried in Bean's Corner, Jay, Maine cemetery

Children: James, b. 1855; Arvilla, b. 1857; Helen b.

1859/60.

Lillian Mabel Bean, b. 16 Feb. 1869, d. 30 Jan. 1959 m.

Ferdinand

Wyman (bur. Eustis)

Elizabeth Fuller m. Enoch Hinkley; m. 2nd Isaac James

Sylvester Fuller b. 1828 m. Ann.

Children: Laura, b. 1850; Edwin, b. 1855; George, b.

1859

Catherine, m. Silas Usher:

Children: Francis, b. 1849; Edward, b. 1850; Mary, b.

1856;

Emeline and Clara, b. 1858; Ira, b. 1860

5. CONSIDER FULLER, b. Kingston, Mass. 7 July 1738; d.

after

1790; m. Plympton, 21 February 1759 LYDIA BRYANT,

b.Plympton

12 May 1741, daughter of Samuel, Jr. and Tabitha

(Ford)

Bryant. She died in Maine after 1790.

Children of Consider and Lydia (Bryant) Fuller were:

Luna, b. Halifax, Mass. 17 Feb. 1760. m. Gershom

Holmes

Eliphalet, b. Halifax, Mass. 1761.

Lydia, bpt. Kingston, Mass. 1766. m. Simon Knowles

John, bpt. Kingston, Mass. 1767.

Levi, bpt. Kingston, Mass. 1767.

Joseph, bpt. Kingston, Mass. 1769.

EZRA, bpt. Kingston, Mass. 1774; m. AVIS BRIGGS.

Lusanna, bpt. Kingston, Mass. 1776.

Consider, bpt. Kingston, Mass. 1780. (bur. Bryant

Pond)

6. EZRA FULLER, bpt. 9 October 1774, First Church of

Kingston,

Unitarian, by Pastor Rev. Courtland Yardley de

Normandie;

d. 2 October 1842, Jay, Maine; m. 3 August 1793,

Winthrop,

Maine, AVIS BRIGGS, daughter of Ephraim and Lettice (

Hill)

Briggs.

Ezra Fuller was deeded land in the Jay, Maine area on

24 Feb.1792. In that deed he was referred to as "Ezra

Fuller of Newton, Weaver". In the 1800 census he is in

Jay,

Maine with the notation "from Mass."

Children of Ezra and Avis (Briggs) Fuller (b. in Jay):

Joseph, b. 19 October 1793.

Hilton, b. 15 September 1795.

Ezra, Jr., b. 31 July 1797.

Sally, b. 15 Sept. 1799.

SAMUEL, b. 5 September 1801, m. MARY BRIGGS.

Avis

Lydia

Consider

Claracy

Jefferson

Avis (Briggs) Fuller died at Jay, Maine 26 April 1814.

Ezra married second, intentions filed 1 July 1814, Mrs.

Sarah (Morse) Stubbs, a widow. Children from this

marriage:

Mary Ann Fuller

William b. 26 December 1818

Isaac, b. 1 June 1822.

Ezra is buried in the Stubbs lot in a cemetery in Jay,

Maine

located on Route 133 around five miles from Beans

Corner.

Inscription reads "Ezra Fuller, died Oct. 2, 1842, age

68".

In 1911 there was a family Bible in the posession of

Truman H. Fuller, Kingston, Mass. A private record,

Census

of Kingston families for 1796 by Rev. Z. Willis was in

the

possession of Edward T. Barker of Boston, Mass.

7. SAMUEL FULLER, was born in Jay, Maine 15 September

1801;

died in Eustis, Maine 21 March 1885; m. Jay, Maine 20

Oct.1824 MARY/POLLY BRIGGS, daughter of Ephraim and

Rachel

(Lane) Briggs of Norway, Maine.

Samuel Fuller was one of the early settlers of Eustis,

Maine. He was chosen an assessor in 1857. In 1858 he

received from the town the sum of one dollar and a half

for

visiting the schools.

He was a farmer and I remember my grandfather reciting

a

poem about the farmers trying to kill a "catamount"

with

pitch-forks. The "catamount" turned out to be a bear

that

had been caught in a trap and one leg-stump looked like

a

tail. The animal had been killing their sheep. I will

quote as much as I can remember:

"Samuel Fuller was a-plowing one day

When a catamount happened to stray that way;

And for some meat, he killed some sheep."


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