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A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England, Before 1692

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    http://www.usgennet.org/usa/topic/newengland/savage/bk2/friard-furbush.htm FULLER, BENJAMIN, Rehoboth, s. of Robert of Salem. BENJAMIN, Salem, s. of Thomas, m.
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      FULLER, BENJAMIN, Rehoboth, s. of Robert of Salem. BENJAMIN, Salem,
      s. of Thomas, m. 15 Dec. 1685, ..... Bacon, had Samuel, Benjamin,
      b. 25 Feb. 1687; Sarah, Ruth, Abigail, and Hannah. He liv. in the
      vill. wh. became Danvers, was freem. 1690. DanIEL, New Haven 1640.
      EDWARD, Plymouth, br. of the famous Samuel, came with him in the
      Mayflower 1620, bring. w. Ann and s. Samuel, and leav. Matthew, on
      the other side, wh. was elder, d. early next yr. as did his w. but
      his s. Samuel outliv. the hardships. EDWARD, Boston 1630, whose s.
      John, says Lewis, sett. at Lynn. But I believe we kn. no more, than
      that the name has 'much prevail. there. Edward was employ. in 1643,
      to bring, with others, the cattle of the Gortonists, taken near
      Providence, under the absurd pretence of being spoil of war. No
      doubt he was of the true, or popular faith, or he would not thus
      have been trusted; and this may, perhaps, render it less prob. that
      he was the same Edward subject. in 1639 to cens. by the Gen. Ct.
      for distemper. with wine. EDWARD, Lynn, freem. 1691, was, perhaps,
      s. of Robert of the same. GILES, Hampton, 1640, d. 2 Apr. 1673.

      JACOB, Salem vill. now Danvers, freem. 1690. JAMES, Ipswich, by w.
      Mary, had James, b. 2 Dec. 1673; Mary, 30 May 1675; John, 20 Feb.
      1677; Elizabeth 25 Feb. 1679; Daniel, 24 Feb. 1681; Nathaniel, 18
      Feb. 1683; and Dorothy, 18 Dec. 1684. His wid. prob. liv. to 16
      Oct. 1732, aged 85. JEREMIAH, Newton, S. of the first John of the
      same, was lieut. had bur. four ws. Mary, wh. d. 17 Aug. 1689;
      Elizabeth wh. d. 1700, in which yr. he took Thankful, wh. d. 1729;
      and Rachel, d. 1742; by first and last had no ch. but by Elizabeth
      had Elizabeth b. 14 Apr. 1694, d. soon; and Jeremiah, 3 July 1697,
      d. [[vol. 2, p. 216]] young; and by 3d w. had Thomas, 12 Sept.
      1701; Joshua, 12 Apr 1703; Thankful, 23 Dec. 1704; Jeremiah, again,
      1 Nov. 1707, d. young; Elizabeth again, 24 Aug. 1709, d. at 2 yrs.
      and Josiah, 2 Dec.1710; and d. 23 Dec. 1743.

      JOHN, Ipswich 1634, perhaps one of the first sett. at Salisbury
      1639 or 40. JOHN, Lynn 1644, may be the same as preced. was rep.
      1655 and 64, had s. John, William, and James, and d. 29 June 1666.
      JOHN, Salem, s. of Thomas, m. 22 Apr. 1672, Rebecca Putnam, eldest
      d. of sec. John, had Elizabeth b. 22 Aug. 1673; and Bethia,
      posthum. 22 Mar. 1676, and d. 26 Aug. preced. His wid. m. 6 Dec.
      1677, John Shepard of Lynn. JOHN, Cambridge, in that part now
      Newton, may seem the youth wh. came with John Winthrop, jr. in his
      sec. voyage in the Abigail 1635, call. 15 yrs. Old, but that
      Jackson, wh. perhaps quotes the gr.st. says he d. 7 Feb. 1699, in
      87th yr. and he was freem. 1690, tho. his first four s. were
      together made freem. ten yrs. earlier. His wid. Elizabeth d. 13
      Apr. 1700. He had John,b. 1645; ElizabethJonathan, 1648; Joseph, 10
      Feb. 1652; Joshua, 2 Apr. 1654; Jeremiah, 4 Feb. 1658; of wh. two
      were in Capt. Beers' comp. in Philip's war 1675, and still, after
      his d. serving in Apr. 1676; (and JOHN, wh. is call. of Dedham, and
      prob not one of these, was a corporal of Moseley's comp. and wound.
      in the gr. Narraganset fight, 19 Dec. 1675); Bethia, 23 Nov. 1661;
      and Isaac, 2 Feb. 1665, wh. d. 5 Oct. 1691. All the other five s.
      liv. from 74 to 98 yrs. Bethia m. 27 Feb. 1685, Nathaniel Bond; and
      Elizabeth m 1663, Job Hyde, and d. 28 Nov. 1685. Hon. Abraham, a
      descend. in 4th generat. b. 23 Mar. 1720, was rep. for N. 20 yrs.
      begin. 1764; and parts of the ancestr. est. are now enjoy. by the
      seventh and eighth degr.

      JOHN, Lynn, s. of the first John of the same, was rep. 1674, and
      four yrs. in succ. was a lieut. d. 26 Apr. 1695, had s. John;
      Thomas; Edward; Elisha, b. 5 Apr. 1657; Joseph, 1 Nov. 1661; and
      Benjamin, 16 Dec. 1665; at wh. time his w. was Elizabeth JOHN,
      Dedham, s. of Thomas of the same, m. 8 Jan. 1672, Judith, d. of
      John Grey, had Judith, b. 21 Nov. 1673; Hannah, 5 Sept. 1675; John,
      19 Nov. 1677; Thomas, 19 Nov. 1681; Robert, 11 Aug. 1685; and
      Hezekiah, 5 Aug. 1687; was prob. the freem. of 1690. JOHN,
      Rehoboth, m. 25 Apr. 1673, Abigail Titus, perhaps d. of John or
      Robert of the same, had John, b. 8 Sept. 1674, d. under two yrs.;
      Abiel, 30 Dec. 1676. One John, aged 15, came 1635, in the Abigail,
      and he may be the man of Lynn, or of Cambridge.

      JOHN, Barnstable, s. of Matthew, a physician, by first w. had
      Lydia, b. 1675; and by sec. w. Hannah, of Boston, whose surname is
      not found, had Bethia, b. Dec. 1687; John, Oct. 1689; and Reliance,
      8 Sept. 1691. In this yr. he d. and his wid. m. 9 Dec. 1695,
      Capt.John Lothrop, it is thot, Of ano. at Barnstable, call. little
      JOHN (to disting. him from his cous. John, s. of Matthew wh. was
      elder), when his w. Mehitable was adm. of the ch. 30 Sept. 1688,
      and was s. of that Samuel wh. was s. of Edward, we kn. his ch.
      bapt. were Samuel, Thomas, and Shubael, on 21 Oct. foll. and
      Thankful, 19 May after; beside Edward; and he rem. to East Haddam,
      there had John, 10 Nov. 1697 ; Joseph, 1 Mar. 1700; Benjamin,
      [[vol. 2, p. 217]] 20 Oct. 1701; and Mehitable, 16 Apr. 1706; and
      perhaps others.

      JOHN , Newton, eldest s. of John of the same, freem. 1680 (ten yrs.
      bef. his f.), m. 1682, Abigail, perhaps d. of the sec. Thomas
      Boylston, had Sarah, b. 5 Oct. 1683; John, 2 Sept. 1685; Abigail, 8
      Mar. 1688; James, 4 Feb. 1690; Hannah, 31 Aug. 1693; Isaac, 22 Nov.
      1695; Jonathan, 13 Feb. 1698, d. soon; Jonathan, again, 28 Mar.
      1700; Caleb, 24 Feb. 1702; and he m. 14 Oct. 1714, Margaret Hicks,
      and d. 1720. JONATHAN, Rehoboth, eldest s. of Robert of Salem, m.
      14 Dec. 1664, Elizabeth Wilmot, perhaps d. of Thomas, had Jonathan,
      b. 23 Dec. 1665; David, 11 Sept. 1667; Daniel, 6 Aug. 1669; Robert,
      and Thomas tw. 28 June 1671, of wh. one, if not both, d. soon;
      Robert, again, 2 Mar. 1673; Nathaniel, 1676; Elizabeth 12 May 1678;
      Sarah, 23 Apr. 1680; Mary, 1 Oct. 1681; and Noah, 12 Feb.1685.

      JONATHAN, Dedham, a. 1642, freem. 1671. JONATHAN, Dedham, the
      freem. of 1672, was, perhaps, s. of Robert of Dorchester, by w.
      Mary had Mary, b. 20 Apr. 1679, prob. d. young; Samuel, 15 Feb.
      1682; John, 3 Dec. 1684; Mary, again, 21 Feb. 1687; Joshua, 23 Jan.
      1689, d. soon; and Joshua, again, 15 Feb. 1692. His w. d. 29 Mar.
      1701; and he d. 1720. JONATHAN, Newton, s. of the first John of the
      same, m. Mindwell, d. of deac. James Trowbridge, d. 12 Aug. 1722,
      aged 74, without ch. and his wid. d. 1758, aged 96. He was freem.
      1680; and gave most of his est. to Jonathan, s. of his br. Joseph.
      JOSEPH, Newton, s. of the first John of the same, freem. 1680, was
      under Turner in the Falls fight, 1676, m. 13 Feb. 1681, Lydia, d.
      of Edward Jackson, wh. d. 12 Jan. 1726, had John, b. 15 Dec. 1681;
      Joseph, 4 July 1685; Jonathan, 7 Jan. 1687; Lydia, 15 Feb. 1692;
      Edward, 7 Mar. 1694; Isaac, 16 Mar. 1698; and Elizabeth 1 July
      1701; and he d. 5 Jan. 1740. JOSHUA, Newton, br. of the preced.
      freem. 1680, m. 7 June 1679, Elizabeth d. of John Ward, had only
      ds. Elizabeth b. 22 Feb. 1680; Hannah, 8 July 1682; Experience, 5
      Nov. 1685; and Mercy, 11 Mar. 1689. His w. d. 6 Sept. 1691. By 2d
      w. be had Abigail, a. 1697; Sarah; and Ruth; d. 1752. He was in
      89th yr. when he m. 19 July 1742, Mary Dana, in her 75th for third
      w. but they had no ch.

      LANCELOT, Ne, Haven 1643, m. Hannah Marsh, and had a child b. 1651.
      MATTHEW, Plymouth, a. 1640, s. of Edward the first, b. in Eng. rem.
      to Barnstable 1652, a physician, appoint. surg. of the force of the
      col. 1673, a capt. 1675, as Thatcher says, and d. 1678. By w.
      Frances he had Mary, wh. m. 17 Apr. 1650, Ralph Jones; Elizabeth
      wh. m. 1652, Moses Rowley; Samuel; and John; and by Hannah, had
      Ann, wh. m. her cous. Samuel Fuller. ROBERT, Dorchester 1640,
      freem. 2 June 1641, by w. Ann had Jonathan, b. 15 Aug. 1643; rem.
      to Dedham, there had Benoni, 16 June 1646; and perhaps his w. d.
      very soon; by w. Sarah, had Sarah, 21 Sept. 1647; John, 26 Nov.
      1649; Patience, 22 Feb. 1652; and Mary, [[vol. 2, p. 218]] 1 Mar.
      1654. His w. Sarah d.1680, and he d. 14 Dec. 1688.

      ROBERT, Salem 1639, rem. to Rehoboth, there was freem. 1658, wh. he
      had visited perhaps fifteen yrs. bef. and may there have had one or
      more ch. of wh. we kn. only, that he calls Jonathan his eldest s.
      in a deed of 28 May 1696 for ld. in R. but had, also, Benjamin, old
      eno. to take deed of 1 Dec. 1679 for ho. and six acres at R. while
      he styles hims. in both, of Salem, bricklayer. Prob. he had been
      driv. in Philip's war from enjoym. of his est. and would encourage
      his s. to ascertain if it might be profit. in peace. By the rec. at
      R. his n. Sarah was bur. 14 Oct. 1676; and w. Margaret, wh. may not
      have been mo. of any ch. d. 30 Jan. 1700; and he d. 10 May 1706.
      Abigail, perhaps his d. m. at R. 16 Oct. 1679, Thomas Cushman.

      ROBERT, Lynn, freem. 1680, may be the same as preced. but not prob.
      SAMUEL, Plymouth 1620, one of the most valu. pilgrims of the
      Mayflower, the first physician that came to sett. in our country.
      He had been a deac. at least 8 yrs. at Leyden, tho. his w. Bridget,
      wh. came in the Ann 1623, with a ch. that, I think, liv. not long,
      may have been m. but short time bef. he left Holland. He brot.
      serv. William Butten, a youth, wh. d. bef. reach. the coast; had
      Samuel, and Mercy, b. here, both after 22 May 1627, and both liv.
      1650; and d. 1633, betw. 30 July, the date of his will, and end of
      Oct. foll. when it was pro. His w. Bridget liv. until 1664. She was
      his third w. The first was Elsie Glascock, m. in Eng. and perhaps
      d. bef. the sad parting from his native ld. and, next, he m. at
      Leyden, 30 Apr. 1613, Agnes Carpenter, from Wrentham, Co. Suff k.
      sis. of Alice, the sec. w. of Gov. Bradford. She liv. not long; and
      he m. 27 May 1617, ano. maiden, Bridget Lee, her mo. and br. Samuel
      assist. at the solemnity. In the docum. to verify this m. F. is
      call. silkmaker of London.

      SAMUEL, Plymouth, neph. of the preced. made excor. of his will, was
      s. of the first Edward, and by him brot. in the Mayflower 1620;
      after d. of his parents, liv. with the uncle, and at the div. of
      lds. 1624, was count. I presume, out of respectto f. and mo. for
      three persons; freem. of the col. 1634, rem. to Scituate, thence to
      Barnstable, at Scituate hav. m. 8 Apr. 1635, Jane, d. of Rev. John
      Lothrop, had Hannah, wh. m. 1 Jan. 1659, Nicholas Bonham; Samuel,
      wh. was bapt. at S. 11 Feb. 1638, and may be the one wh. d. at
      Rehoboth 15 Aug 1676; Sarah, tho. b. at S. bapt. at B. 1 Aug,.
      1641, d. young; and b at B. were Mary, 16 June 1644, wh. m. Joseph
      Williams, 18 Nov. 1674; Thomas, 18 May 1651; Sarah, again, 14 Dec.
      1654, wh. m. a Crow; and John; beside one, 8 Feb. 1658, wh. d. at a
      fortnight; and he d. 31 Oct. 1683; one of the latest Mayflowers.

      SAMUEL, Plymouth, s. of the first Samuel, was a preach. but seems
      to have been slow to rem. prob. giving his time to pious care of
      his mo. refus. invit. to Rehoboth after d. of Newman, but preach.
      at Middleborough sixteen yrs. and at last was ord. there when the
      first ch. wars gather. 26 Dec. 1694, and d. 17 Aug. foll. in 71st
      yr. if his gr.stone be correct. Of this the doubt is almost invinc.
      for it would carry his b. to 1623 or 4, at least, whereas in the
      div. of cattle, May 1627, his f. head of the eighth lot, counts
      only for hims. w. and cous. or neph. bef. ment. Still stranger,
      however, to our modern notions, seems the nomin. of him as excor.
      of will, when he could not be [[vol. 2, p. 219]] 8, and prob. was
      only 5 yrs. old. He had w. Elizabeth but was not m. bef. 1650, ch.
      nam. in the will, pro. 1 Oct. 1695, Mercy, w. of Daniel Cole,
      perhaps his sec.; Samuel, b. 1659; Experience, w. of James Wood;
      John; Elizabeth w. of Samuel Eaton; Hannah, w. of Eleazer Lewis,
      and Isaac, wh. was under age, as may have been the last d. By
      Lewis, in Hist. of Lynn, ed. 2, p. 111, this Samuel is call. br. of
      John, s. of Edward, and he speaks of his arr. in Boston 1630, so as
      to lead to confusion, if not starting from it. Deane, in Hist. of
      Scituate, seems almost as confus. as his br. Hist. of Lynn. The
      name of his w. is giv. in the ch. Hist. of M. as Brewster, and
      perhaps she was gr.d. of the noble William; she d. at Plymouth 4
      Nov. 1713. Confusion, indeed, is often unavoida. With all the aid
      deriv. from books, and the scrupulous dilig. of Otis, I am uncert.
      whether SAMUEL, Barnstable, s. of the first Samuel of the same, wh.
      m. Ann, d. of his uncle Matthew and had Matthew, Barnabas, Joseph,
      Benjamin, Desire, and Sarah, were the same man as SAMUEL, Rehoboth,
      wh. m. 17 Apr. 1673, Mary Ide, perhaps d. of Nicholas. SAMUEL,
      Barnstable, s. of Capt. Matthew, by w. Mary had Thomas, Jabez,
      Timothy, Matthias, wh. d. unm. Abigail, Ann, and Samuel, posthum.
      b. 1676. THOMAS, Woburn, m. 13 June 1643, Elizabeth Tidd, had
      Thomas, b. 22 or 30 Apr. 1644; Elizabeth 12 Sept. 1645; Ruth, 17
      May 1648; Deborah, 12 May 1650; John, 1 Mar. 1653; Jacob, 14 May
      1655; Joseph, 8 Aug. 1658; Benjamin, 15 Apr. 1660; and Samuel, 9 3
      May 1662. Prob. he was of Salem 1670, that pt. now Middleton, and
      d. June 1698 aged 80, and m. 25 Aug. 1684, Sarah, wid. of John
      Wyman, d. of Miles Nutt.

      THOMAS, Dedham 1643, by w. Hannah Flower, m. 22 Nov. of that yr.
      had John, b. 1 Nov. 1644, d. soon; John, again, 28 Dec. 1645;
      Elizabeth 1 Apr. 1648; Hannah, 9 Nov. 1650; Thomas, 26 Feb. 1652,
      d. young; Mary, 25 Mar. 1655; Samuel, 25 Apr. 1657; Sarah, 3 Sept.
      1659; and Thomas, again, 23 June 1662; freem. not in 1653, as
      Farmer said, but perhaps in 1672, was ensign, rep. 1673, 9, and 86.
      His w. d. 11 Apr. 1672; and he d. 28 Sept. 1690, hav. made his will
      four days bef. Elizabeth m. the sec John Kingsbury of the same, and
      next, 17 Sept. 1672, m. third Michael Metcalf. THOMAS, Salem, by w.
      Ruth had Thomas, b. 3 Apr. 1671; Jonathan, 19 Sept. 1673; John, 23
      Jan. 1677; Joseph, 12 Aug. 1679; and William, 30 Nov. 1685.

      THOMAS, Dedham, prob. s. of Thomas of the same, freem. 1690.
      THOMAS, perhaps a of Thomas of Woburn, m. 25 Aug. 1684, Sarah
      Wyman, may hav. liv. at Danvers, and been freem. 1690. WILLIAM,
      Ipswich 1635, came that yr. in the Abigail, aged 25, with John,
      perhaps his br. aged 15, may have had w. Frances, rem. 1639 to
      Hampton, rep. 1661 and 7, d. 26 May 1693. WILLIAM, Concord,
      appoint. gunsmith May 1637, to accomp. the troops against the
      Pequots; was a miller there 1639; had Hannah, b. 8 Aug. 1641; and
      his w. Elizabeth [[vol. 2, p. 220]] d. 24 July foll. Possib. he was
      freem. 2 June 1641. WILLIAM, Hampton, prob. s. of William of the
      same, freem. 1678, m. 22 June 1680, Susanna, d. of Isaac Perkins,
      and wid. of Isaac Buzzell of Salisbury. Nine of this name had been
      gr. at Harv. in 1829, nine at Yale, three at Dart. and twenty-two
      at other N. E. coll. and at Union, of wh. twelve were clerg.



      Introduction
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      Preface
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      Abbreviations
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    • David Sylvester
      http://www.usgennet.org/usa/topic/newengland/savage/bk2/friard-furbush.htm FULLER, BENJAMIN, Rehoboth, s. of Robert of Salem. BENJAMIN, Salem, s. of Thomas, m.
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        FULLER, BENJAMIN, Rehoboth, s. of Robert of Salem. BENJAMIN, Salem,
        s. of Thomas, m. 15 Dec. 1685, ..... Bacon, had Samuel, Benjamin,
        b. 25 Feb. 1687; Sarah, Ruth, Abigail, and Hannah. He liv. in the
        vill. wh. became Danvers, was freem. 1690. DanIEL, New Haven 1640.
        EDWARD, Plymouth, br. of the famous Samuel, came with him in the
        Mayflower 1620, bring. w. Ann and s. Samuel, and leav. Matthew, on
        the other side, wh. was elder, d. early next yr. as did his w. but
        his s. Samuel outliv. the hardships. EDWARD, Boston 1630, whose s.
        John, says Lewis, sett. at Lynn. But I believe we kn. no more, than
        that the name has 'much prevail. there. Edward was employ. in 1643,
        to bring, with others, the cattle of the Gortonists, taken near
        Providence, under the absurd pretence of being spoil of war. No
        doubt he was of the true, or popular faith, or he would not thus
        have been trusted; and this may, perhaps, render it less prob. that
        he was the same Edward subject. in 1639 to cens. by the Gen. Ct.
        for distemper. with wine. EDWARD, Lynn, freem. 1691, was, perhaps,
        s. of Robert of the same. GILES, Hampton, 1640, d. 2 Apr. 1673.

        JACOB, Salem vill. now Danvers, freem. 1690. JAMES, Ipswich, by w.
        Mary, had James, b. 2 Dec. 1673; Mary, 30 May 1675; John, 20 Feb.
        1677; Elizabeth 25 Feb. 1679; Daniel, 24 Feb. 1681; Nathaniel, 18
        Feb. 1683; and Dorothy, 18 Dec. 1684. His wid. prob. liv. to 16
        Oct. 1732, aged 85. JEREMIAH, Newton, S. of the first John of the
        same, was lieut. had bur. four ws. Mary, wh. d. 17 Aug. 1689;
        Elizabeth wh. d. 1700, in which yr. he took Thankful, wh. d. 1729;
        and Rachel, d. 1742; by first and last had no ch. but by Elizabeth
        had Elizabeth b. 14 Apr. 1694, d. soon; and Jeremiah, 3 July 1697,
        d. [[vol. 2, p. 216]] young; and by 3d w. had Thomas, 12 Sept.
        1701; Joshua, 12 Apr 1703; Thankful, 23 Dec. 1704; Jeremiah, again,
        1 Nov. 1707, d. young; Elizabeth again, 24 Aug. 1709, d. at 2 yrs.
        and Josiah, 2 Dec.1710; and d. 23 Dec. 1743.

        JOHN, Ipswich 1634, perhaps one of the first sett. at Salisbury
        1639 or 40. JOHN, Lynn 1644, may be the same as preced. was rep.
        1655 and 64, had s. John, William, and James, and d. 29 June 1666.
        JOHN, Salem, s. of Thomas, m. 22 Apr. 1672, Rebecca Putnam, eldest
        d. of sec. John, had Elizabeth b. 22 Aug. 1673; and Bethia,
        posthum. 22 Mar. 1676, and d. 26 Aug. preced. His wid. m. 6 Dec.
        1677, John Shepard of Lynn. JOHN, Cambridge, in that part now
        Newton, may seem the youth wh. came with John Winthrop, jr. in his
        sec. voyage in the Abigail 1635, call. 15 yrs. Old, but that
        Jackson, wh. perhaps quotes the gr.st. says he d. 7 Feb. 1699, in
        87th yr. and he was freem. 1690, tho. his first four s. were
        together made freem. ten yrs. earlier. His wid. Elizabeth d. 13
        Apr. 1700. He had John,b. 1645; ElizabethJonathan, 1648; Joseph, 10
        Feb. 1652; Joshua, 2 Apr. 1654; Jeremiah, 4 Feb. 1658; of wh. two
        were in Capt. Beers' comp. in Philip's war 1675, and still, after
        his d. serving in Apr. 1676; (and JOHN, wh. is call. of Dedham, and
        prob not one of these, was a corporal of Moseley's comp. and wound.
        in the gr. Narraganset fight, 19 Dec. 1675); Bethia, 23 Nov. 1661;
        and Isaac, 2 Feb. 1665, wh. d. 5 Oct. 1691. All the other five s.
        liv. from 74 to 98 yrs. Bethia m. 27 Feb. 1685, Nathaniel Bond; and
        Elizabeth m 1663, Job Hyde, and d. 28 Nov. 1685. Hon. Abraham, a
        descend. in 4th generat. b. 23 Mar. 1720, was rep. for N. 20 yrs.
        begin. 1764; and parts of the ancestr. est. are now enjoy. by the
        seventh and eighth degr.

        JOHN, Lynn, s. of the first John of the same, was rep. 1674, and
        four yrs. in succ. was a lieut. d. 26 Apr. 1695, had s. John;
        Thomas; Edward; Elisha, b. 5 Apr. 1657; Joseph, 1 Nov. 1661; and
        Benjamin, 16 Dec. 1665; at wh. time his w. was Elizabeth JOHN,
        Dedham, s. of Thomas of the same, m. 8 Jan. 1672, Judith, d. of
        John Grey, had Judith, b. 21 Nov. 1673; Hannah, 5 Sept. 1675; John,
        19 Nov. 1677; Thomas, 19 Nov. 1681; Robert, 11 Aug. 1685; and
        Hezekiah, 5 Aug. 1687; was prob. the freem. of 1690. JOHN,
        Rehoboth, m. 25 Apr. 1673, Abigail Titus, perhaps d. of John or
        Robert of the same, had John, b. 8 Sept. 1674, d. under two yrs.;
        Abiel, 30 Dec. 1676. One John, aged 15, came 1635, in the Abigail,
        and he may be the man of Lynn, or of Cambridge.

        JOHN, Barnstable, s. of Matthew, a physician, by first w. had
        Lydia, b. 1675; and by sec. w. Hannah, of Boston, whose surname is
        not found, had Bethia, b. Dec. 1687; John, Oct. 1689; and Reliance,
        8 Sept. 1691. In this yr. he d. and his wid. m. 9 Dec. 1695,
        Capt.John Lothrop, it is thot, Of ano. at Barnstable, call. little
        JOHN (to disting. him from his cous. John, s. of Matthew wh. was
        elder), when his w. Mehitable was adm. of the ch. 30 Sept. 1688,
        and was s. of that Samuel wh. was s. of Edward, we kn. his ch.
        bapt. were Samuel, Thomas, and Shubael, on 21 Oct. foll. and
        Thankful, 19 May after; beside Edward; and he rem. to East Haddam,
        there had John, 10 Nov. 1697 ; Joseph, 1 Mar. 1700; Benjamin,
        [[vol. 2, p. 217]] 20 Oct. 1701; and Mehitable, 16 Apr. 1706; and
        perhaps others.

        JOHN , Newton, eldest s. of John of the same, freem. 1680 (ten yrs.
        bef. his f.), m. 1682, Abigail, perhaps d. of the sec. Thomas
        Boylston, had Sarah, b. 5 Oct. 1683; John, 2 Sept. 1685; Abigail, 8
        Mar. 1688; James, 4 Feb. 1690; Hannah, 31 Aug. 1693; Isaac, 22 Nov.
        1695; Jonathan, 13 Feb. 1698, d. soon; Jonathan, again, 28 Mar.
        1700; Caleb, 24 Feb. 1702; and he m. 14 Oct. 1714, Margaret Hicks,
        and d. 1720. JONATHAN, Rehoboth, eldest s. of Robert of Salem, m.
        14 Dec. 1664, Elizabeth Wilmot, perhaps d. of Thomas, had Jonathan,
        b. 23 Dec. 1665; David, 11 Sept. 1667; Daniel, 6 Aug. 1669; Robert,
        and Thomas tw. 28 June 1671, of wh. one, if not both, d. soon;
        Robert, again, 2 Mar. 1673; Nathaniel, 1676; Elizabeth 12 May 1678;
        Sarah, 23 Apr. 1680; Mary, 1 Oct. 1681; and Noah, 12 Feb.1685.

        JONATHAN, Dedham, a. 1642, freem. 1671. JONATHAN, Dedham, the
        freem. of 1672, was, perhaps, s. of Robert of Dorchester, by w.
        Mary had Mary, b. 20 Apr. 1679, prob. d. young; Samuel, 15 Feb.
        1682; John, 3 Dec. 1684; Mary, again, 21 Feb. 1687; Joshua, 23 Jan.
        1689, d. soon; and Joshua, again, 15 Feb. 1692. His w. d. 29 Mar.
        1701; and he d. 1720. JONATHAN, Newton, s. of the first John of the
        same, m. Mindwell, d. of deac. James Trowbridge, d. 12 Aug. 1722,
        aged 74, without ch. and his wid. d. 1758, aged 96. He was freem.
        1680; and gave most of his est. to Jonathan, s. of his br. Joseph.
        JOSEPH, Newton, s. of the first John of the same, freem. 1680, was
        under Turner in the Falls fight, 1676, m. 13 Feb. 1681, Lydia, d.
        of Edward Jackson, wh. d. 12 Jan. 1726, had John, b. 15 Dec. 1681;
        Joseph, 4 July 1685; Jonathan, 7 Jan. 1687; Lydia, 15 Feb. 1692;
        Edward, 7 Mar. 1694; Isaac, 16 Mar. 1698; and Elizabeth 1 July
        1701; and he d. 5 Jan. 1740. JOSHUA, Newton, br. of the preced.
        freem. 1680, m. 7 June 1679, Elizabeth d. of John Ward, had only
        ds. Elizabeth b. 22 Feb. 1680; Hannah, 8 July 1682; Experience, 5
        Nov. 1685; and Mercy, 11 Mar. 1689. His w. d. 6 Sept. 1691. By 2d
        w. be had Abigail, a. 1697; Sarah; and Ruth; d. 1752. He was in
        89th yr. when he m. 19 July 1742, Mary Dana, in her 75th for third
        w. but they had no ch.

        LANCELOT, Ne, Haven 1643, m. Hannah Marsh, and had a child b. 1651.
        MATTHEW, Plymouth, a. 1640, s. of Edward the first, b. in Eng. rem.
        to Barnstable 1652, a physician, appoint. surg. of the force of the
        col. 1673, a capt. 1675, as Thatcher says, and d. 1678. By w.
        Frances he had Mary, wh. m. 17 Apr. 1650, Ralph Jones; Elizabeth
        wh. m. 1652, Moses Rowley; Samuel; and John; and by Hannah, had
        Ann, wh. m. her cous. Samuel Fuller. ROBERT, Dorchester 1640,
        freem. 2 June 1641, by w. Ann had Jonathan, b. 15 Aug. 1643; rem.
        to Dedham, there had Benoni, 16 June 1646; and perhaps his w. d.
        very soon; by w. Sarah, had Sarah, 21 Sept. 1647; John, 26 Nov.
        1649; Patience, 22 Feb. 1652; and Mary, [[vol. 2, p. 218]] 1 Mar.
        1654. His w. Sarah d.1680, and he d. 14 Dec. 1688.

        ROBERT, Salem 1639, rem. to Rehoboth, there was freem. 1658, wh. he
        had visited perhaps fifteen yrs. bef. and may there have had one or
        more ch. of wh. we kn. only, that he calls Jonathan his eldest s.
        in a deed of 28 May 1696 for ld. in R. but had, also, Benjamin, old
        eno. to take deed of 1 Dec. 1679 for ho. and six acres at R. while
        he styles hims. in both, of Salem, bricklayer. Prob. he had been
        driv. in Philip's war from enjoym. of his est. and would encourage
        his s. to ascertain if it might be profit. in peace. By the rec. at
        R. his n. Sarah was bur. 14 Oct. 1676; and w. Margaret, wh. may not
        have been mo. of any ch. d. 30 Jan. 1700; and he d. 10 May 1706.
        Abigail, perhaps his d. m. at R. 16 Oct. 1679, Thomas Cushman.

        ROBERT, Lynn, freem. 1680, may be the same as preced. but not prob.
        SAMUEL, Plymouth 1620, one of the most valu. pilgrims of the
        Mayflower, the first physician that came to sett. in our country.
        He had been a deac. at least 8 yrs. at Leyden, tho. his w. Bridget,
        wh. came in the Ann 1623, with a ch. that, I think, liv. not long,
        may have been m. but short time bef. he left Holland. He brot.
        serv. William Butten, a youth, wh. d. bef. reach. the coast; had
        Samuel, and Mercy, b. here, both after 22 May 1627, and both liv.
        1650; and d. 1633, betw. 30 July, the date of his will, and end of
        Oct. foll. when it was pro. His w. Bridget liv. until 1664. She was
        his third w. The first was Elsie Glascock, m. in Eng. and perhaps
        d. bef. the sad parting from his native ld. and, next, he m. at
        Leyden, 30 Apr. 1613, Agnes Carpenter, from Wrentham, Co. Suff k.
        sis. of Alice, the sec. w. of Gov. Bradford. She liv. not long; and
        he m. 27 May 1617, ano. maiden, Bridget Lee, her mo. and br. Samuel
        assist. at the solemnity. In the docum. to verify this m. F. is
        call. silkmaker of London.

        SAMUEL, Plymouth, neph. of the preced. made excor. of his will, was
        s. of the first Edward, and by him brot. in the Mayflower 1620;
        after d. of his parents, liv. with the uncle, and at the div. of
        lds. 1624, was count. I presume, out of respectto f. and mo. for
        three persons; freem. of the col. 1634, rem. to Scituate, thence to
        Barnstable, at Scituate hav. m. 8 Apr. 1635, Jane, d. of Rev. John
        Lothrop, had Hannah, wh. m. 1 Jan. 1659, Nicholas Bonham; Samuel,
        wh. was bapt. at S. 11 Feb. 1638, and may be the one wh. d. at
        Rehoboth 15 Aug 1676; Sarah, tho. b. at S. bapt. at B. 1 Aug,.
        1641, d. young; and b at B. were Mary, 16 June 1644, wh. m. Joseph
        Williams, 18 Nov. 1674; Thomas, 18 May 1651; Sarah, again, 14 Dec.
        1654, wh. m. a Crow; and John; beside one, 8 Feb. 1658, wh. d. at a
        fortnight; and he d. 31 Oct. 1683; one of the latest Mayflowers.

        SAMUEL, Plymouth, s. of the first Samuel, was a preach. but seems
        to have been slow to rem. prob. giving his time to pious care of
        his mo. refus. invit. to Rehoboth after d. of Newman, but preach.
        at Middleborough sixteen yrs. and at last was ord. there when the
        first ch. wars gather. 26 Dec. 1694, and d. 17 Aug. foll. in 71st
        yr. if his gr.stone be correct. Of this the doubt is almost invinc.
        for it would carry his b. to 1623 or 4, at least, whereas in the
        div. of cattle, May 1627, his f. head of the eighth lot, counts
        only for hims. w. and cous. or neph. bef. ment. Still stranger,
        however, to our modern notions, seems the nomin. of him as excor.
        of will, when he could not be [[vol. 2, p. 219]] 8, and prob. was
        only 5 yrs. old. He had w. Elizabeth but was not m. bef. 1650, ch.
        nam. in the will, pro. 1 Oct. 1695, Mercy, w. of Daniel Cole,
        perhaps his sec.; Samuel, b. 1659; Experience, w. of James Wood;
        John; Elizabeth w. of Samuel Eaton; Hannah, w. of Eleazer Lewis,
        and Isaac, wh. was under age, as may have been the last d. By
        Lewis, in Hist. of Lynn, ed. 2, p. 111, this Samuel is call. br. of
        John, s. of Edward, and he speaks of his arr. in Boston 1630, so as
        to lead to confusion, if not starting from it. Deane, in Hist. of
        Scituate, seems almost as confus. as his br. Hist. of Lynn. The
        name of his w. is giv. in the ch. Hist. of M. as Brewster, and
        perhaps she was gr.d. of the noble William; she d. at Plymouth 4
        Nov. 1713. Confusion, indeed, is often unavoida. With all the aid
        deriv. from books, and the scrupulous dilig. of Otis, I am uncert.
        whether SAMUEL, Barnstable, s. of the first Samuel of the same, wh.
        m. Ann, d. of his uncle Matthew and had Matthew, Barnabas, Joseph,
        Benjamin, Desire, and Sarah, were the same man as SAMUEL, Rehoboth,
        wh. m. 17 Apr. 1673, Mary Ide, perhaps d. of Nicholas. SAMUEL,
        Barnstable, s. of Capt. Matthew, by w. Mary had Thomas, Jabez,
        Timothy, Matthias, wh. d. unm. Abigail, Ann, and Samuel, posthum.
        b. 1676. THOMAS, Woburn, m. 13 June 1643, Elizabeth Tidd, had
        Thomas, b. 22 or 30 Apr. 1644; Elizabeth 12 Sept. 1645; Ruth, 17
        May 1648; Deborah, 12 May 1650; John, 1 Mar. 1653; Jacob, 14 May
        1655; Joseph, 8 Aug. 1658; Benjamin, 15 Apr. 1660; and Samuel, 9 3
        May 1662. Prob. he was of Salem 1670, that pt. now Middleton, and
        d. June 1698 aged 80, and m. 25 Aug. 1684, Sarah, wid. of John
        Wyman, d. of Miles Nutt.

        THOMAS, Dedham 1643, by w. Hannah Flower, m. 22 Nov. of that yr.
        had John, b. 1 Nov. 1644, d. soon; John, again, 28 Dec. 1645;
        Elizabeth 1 Apr. 1648; Hannah, 9 Nov. 1650; Thomas, 26 Feb. 1652,
        d. young; Mary, 25 Mar. 1655; Samuel, 25 Apr. 1657; Sarah, 3 Sept.
        1659; and Thomas, again, 23 June 1662; freem. not in 1653, as
        Farmer said, but perhaps in 1672, was ensign, rep. 1673, 9, and 86.
        His w. d. 11 Apr. 1672; and he d. 28 Sept. 1690, hav. made his will
        four days bef. Elizabeth m. the sec John Kingsbury of the same, and
        next, 17 Sept. 1672, m. third Michael Metcalf. THOMAS, Salem, by w.
        Ruth had Thomas, b. 3 Apr. 1671; Jonathan, 19 Sept. 1673; John, 23
        Jan. 1677; Joseph, 12 Aug. 1679; and William, 30 Nov. 1685.

        THOMAS, Dedham, prob. s. of Thomas of the same, freem. 1690.
        THOMAS, perhaps a of Thomas of Woburn, m. 25 Aug. 1684, Sarah
        Wyman, may hav. liv. at Danvers, and been freem. 1690. WILLIAM,
        Ipswich 1635, came that yr. in the Abigail, aged 25, with John,
        perhaps his br. aged 15, may have had w. Frances, rem. 1639 to
        Hampton, rep. 1661 and 7, d. 26 May 1693. WILLIAM, Concord,
        appoint. gunsmith May 1637, to accomp. the troops against the
        Pequots; was a miller there 1639; had Hannah, b. 8 Aug. 1641; and
        his w. Elizabeth [[vol. 2, p. 220]] d. 24 July foll. Possib. he was
        freem. 2 June 1641. WILLIAM, Hampton, prob. s. of William of the
        same, freem. 1678, m. 22 June 1680, Susanna, d. of Isaac Perkins,
        and wid. of Isaac Buzzell of Salisbury. Nine of this name had been
        gr. at Harv. in 1829, nine at Yale, three at Dart. and twenty-two
        at other N. E. coll. and at Union, of wh. twelve were clerg.



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          FULLER, BENJAMIN, Rehoboth, s. of Robert of Salem. BENJAMIN, Salem,
          s. of Thomas, m. 15 Dec. 1685, ..... Bacon, had Samuel, Benjamin,
          b. 25 Feb. 1687; Sarah, Ruth, Abigail, and Hannah. He liv. in the
          vill. wh. became Danvers, was freem. 1690. DanIEL, New Haven 1640.
          EDWARD, Plymouth, br. of the famous Samuel, came with him in the
          Mayflower 1620, bring. w. Ann and s. Samuel, and leav. Matthew, on
          the other side, wh. was elder, d. early next yr. as did his w. but
          his s. Samuel outliv. the hardships. EDWARD, Boston 1630, whose s.
          John, says Lewis, sett. at Lynn. But I believe we kn. no more, than
          that the name has 'much prevail. there. Edward was employ. in 1643,
          to bring, with others, the cattle of the Gortonists, taken near
          Providence, under the absurd pretence of being spoil of war. No
          doubt he was of the true, or popular faith, or he would not thus
          have been trusted; and this may, perhaps, render it less prob. that
          he was the same Edward subject. in 1639 to cens. by the Gen. Ct.
          for distemper. with wine. EDWARD, Lynn, freem. 1691, was, perhaps,
          s. of Robert of the same. GILES, Hampton, 1640, d. 2 Apr. 1673.

          JACOB, Salem vill. now Danvers, freem. 1690. JAMES, Ipswich, by w.
          Mary, had James, b. 2 Dec. 1673; Mary, 30 May 1675; John, 20 Feb.
          1677; Elizabeth 25 Feb. 1679; Daniel, 24 Feb. 1681; Nathaniel, 18
          Feb. 1683; and Dorothy, 18 Dec. 1684. His wid. prob. liv. to 16
          Oct. 1732, aged 85. JEREMIAH, Newton, S. of the first John of the
          same, was lieut. had bur. four ws. Mary, wh. d. 17 Aug. 1689;
          Elizabeth wh. d. 1700, in which yr. he took Thankful, wh. d. 1729;
          and Rachel, d. 1742; by first and last had no ch. but by Elizabeth
          had Elizabeth b. 14 Apr. 1694, d. soon; and Jeremiah, 3 July 1697,
          d. [[vol. 2, p. 216]] young; and by 3d w. had Thomas, 12 Sept.
          1701; Joshua, 12 Apr 1703; Thankful, 23 Dec. 1704; Jeremiah, again,
          1 Nov. 1707, d. young; Elizabeth again, 24 Aug. 1709, d. at 2 yrs.
          and Josiah, 2 Dec.1710; and d. 23 Dec. 1743.

          JOHN, Ipswich 1634, perhaps one of the first sett. at Salisbury
          1639 or 40. JOHN, Lynn 1644, may be the same as preced. was rep.
          1655 and 64, had s. John, William, and James, and d. 29 June 1666.
          JOHN, Salem, s. of Thomas, m. 22 Apr. 1672, Rebecca Putnam, eldest
          d. of sec. John, had Elizabeth b. 22 Aug. 1673; and Bethia,
          posthum. 22 Mar. 1676, and d. 26 Aug. preced. His wid. m. 6 Dec.
          1677, John Shepard of Lynn. JOHN, Cambridge, in that part now
          Newton, may seem the youth wh. came with John Winthrop, jr. in his
          sec. voyage in the Abigail 1635, call. 15 yrs. Old, but that
          Jackson, wh. perhaps quotes the gr.st. says he d. 7 Feb. 1699, in
          87th yr. and he was freem. 1690, tho. his first four s. were
          together made freem. ten yrs. earlier. His wid. Elizabeth d. 13
          Apr. 1700. He had John,b. 1645; ElizabethJonathan, 1648; Joseph, 10
          Feb. 1652; Joshua, 2 Apr. 1654; Jeremiah, 4 Feb. 1658; of wh. two
          were in Capt. Beers' comp. in Philip's war 1675, and still, after
          his d. serving in Apr. 1676; (and JOHN, wh. is call. of Dedham, and
          prob not one of these, was a corporal of Moseley's comp. and wound.
          in the gr. Narraganset fight, 19 Dec. 1675); Bethia, 23 Nov. 1661;
          and Isaac, 2 Feb. 1665, wh. d. 5 Oct. 1691. All the other five s.
          liv. from 74 to 98 yrs. Bethia m. 27 Feb. 1685, Nathaniel Bond; and
          Elizabeth m 1663, Job Hyde, and d. 28 Nov. 1685. Hon. Abraham, a
          descend. in 4th generat. b. 23 Mar. 1720, was rep. for N. 20 yrs.
          begin. 1764; and parts of the ancestr. est. are now enjoy. by the
          seventh and eighth degr.

          JOHN, Lynn, s. of the first John of the same, was rep. 1674, and
          four yrs. in succ. was a lieut. d. 26 Apr. 1695, had s. John;
          Thomas; Edward; Elisha, b. 5 Apr. 1657; Joseph, 1 Nov. 1661; and
          Benjamin, 16 Dec. 1665; at wh. time his w. was Elizabeth JOHN,
          Dedham, s. of Thomas of the same, m. 8 Jan. 1672, Judith, d. of
          John Grey, had Judith, b. 21 Nov. 1673; Hannah, 5 Sept. 1675; John,
          19 Nov. 1677; Thomas, 19 Nov. 1681; Robert, 11 Aug. 1685; and
          Hezekiah, 5 Aug. 1687; was prob. the freem. of 1690. JOHN,
          Rehoboth, m. 25 Apr. 1673, Abigail Titus, perhaps d. of John or
          Robert of the same, had John, b. 8 Sept. 1674, d. under two yrs.;
          Abiel, 30 Dec. 1676. One John, aged 15, came 1635, in the Abigail,
          and he may be the man of Lynn, or of Cambridge.

          JOHN, Barnstable, s. of Matthew, a physician, by first w. had
          Lydia, b. 1675; and by sec. w. Hannah, of Boston, whose surname is
          not found, had Bethia, b. Dec. 1687; John, Oct. 1689; and Reliance,
          8 Sept. 1691. In this yr. he d. and his wid. m. 9 Dec. 1695,
          Capt.John Lothrop, it is thot, Of ano. at Barnstable, call. little
          JOHN (to disting. him from his cous. John, s. of Matthew wh. was
          elder), when his w. Mehitable was adm. of the ch. 30 Sept. 1688,
          and was s. of that Samuel wh. was s. of Edward, we kn. his ch.
          bapt. were Samuel, Thomas, and Shubael, on 21 Oct. foll. and
          Thankful, 19 May after; beside Edward; and he rem. to East Haddam,
          there had John, 10 Nov. 1697 ; Joseph, 1 Mar. 1700; Benjamin,
          [[vol. 2, p. 217]] 20 Oct. 1701; and Mehitable, 16 Apr. 1706; and
          perhaps others.

          JOHN , Newton, eldest s. of John of the same, freem. 1680 (ten yrs.
          bef. his f.), m. 1682, Abigail, perhaps d. of the sec. Thomas
          Boylston, had Sarah, b. 5 Oct. 1683; John, 2 Sept. 1685; Abigail, 8
          Mar. 1688; James, 4 Feb. 1690; Hannah, 31 Aug. 1693; Isaac, 22 Nov.
          1695; Jonathan, 13 Feb. 1698, d. soon; Jonathan, again, 28 Mar.
          1700; Caleb, 24 Feb. 1702; and he m. 14 Oct. 1714, Margaret Hicks,
          and d. 1720. JONATHAN, Rehoboth, eldest s. of Robert of Salem, m.
          14 Dec. 1664, Elizabeth Wilmot, perhaps d. of Thomas, had Jonathan,
          b. 23 Dec. 1665; David, 11 Sept. 1667; Daniel, 6 Aug. 1669; Robert,
          and Thomas tw. 28 June 1671, of wh. one, if not both, d. soon;
          Robert, again, 2 Mar. 1673; Nathaniel, 1676; Elizabeth 12 May 1678;
          Sarah, 23 Apr. 1680; Mary, 1 Oct. 1681; and Noah, 12 Feb.1685.

          JONATHAN, Dedham, a. 1642, freem. 1671. JONATHAN, Dedham, the
          freem. of 1672, was, perhaps, s. of Robert of Dorchester, by w.
          Mary had Mary, b. 20 Apr. 1679, prob. d. young; Samuel, 15 Feb.
          1682; John, 3 Dec. 1684; Mary, again, 21 Feb. 1687; Joshua, 23 Jan.
          1689, d. soon; and Joshua, again, 15 Feb. 1692. His w. d. 29 Mar.
          1701; and he d. 1720. JONATHAN, Newton, s. of the first John of the
          same, m. Mindwell, d. of deac. James Trowbridge, d. 12 Aug. 1722,
          aged 74, without ch. and his wid. d. 1758, aged 96. He was freem.
          1680; and gave most of his est. to Jonathan, s. of his br. Joseph.
          JOSEPH, Newton, s. of the first John of the same, freem. 1680, was
          under Turner in the Falls fight, 1676, m. 13 Feb. 1681, Lydia, d.
          of Edward Jackson, wh. d. 12 Jan. 1726, had John, b. 15 Dec. 1681;
          Joseph, 4 July 1685; Jonathan, 7 Jan. 1687; Lydia, 15 Feb. 1692;
          Edward, 7 Mar. 1694; Isaac, 16 Mar. 1698; and Elizabeth 1 July
          1701; and he d. 5 Jan. 1740. JOSHUA, Newton, br. of the preced.
          freem. 1680, m. 7 June 1679, Elizabeth d. of John Ward, had only
          ds. Elizabeth b. 22 Feb. 1680; Hannah, 8 July 1682; Experience, 5
          Nov. 1685; and Mercy, 11 Mar. 1689. His w. d. 6 Sept. 1691. By 2d
          w. be had Abigail, a. 1697; Sarah; and Ruth; d. 1752. He was in
          89th yr. when he m. 19 July 1742, Mary Dana, in her 75th for third
          w. but they had no ch.

          LANCELOT, Ne, Haven 1643, m. Hannah Marsh, and had a child b. 1651.
          MATTHEW, Plymouth, a. 1640, s. of Edward the first, b. in Eng. rem.
          to Barnstable 1652, a physician, appoint. surg. of the force of the
          col. 1673, a capt. 1675, as Thatcher says, and d. 1678. By w.
          Frances he had Mary, wh. m. 17 Apr. 1650, Ralph Jones; Elizabeth
          wh. m. 1652, Moses Rowley; Samuel; and John; and by Hannah, had
          Ann, wh. m. her cous. Samuel Fuller. ROBERT, Dorchester 1640,
          freem. 2 June 1641, by w. Ann had Jonathan, b. 15 Aug. 1643; rem.
          to Dedham, there had Benoni, 16 June 1646; and perhaps his w. d.
          very soon; by w. Sarah, had Sarah, 21 Sept. 1647; John, 26 Nov.
          1649; Patience, 22 Feb. 1652; and Mary, [[vol. 2, p. 218]] 1 Mar.
          1654. His w. Sarah d.1680, and he d. 14 Dec. 1688.

          ROBERT, Salem 1639, rem. to Rehoboth, there was freem. 1658, wh. he
          had visited perhaps fifteen yrs. bef. and may there have had one or
          more ch. of wh. we kn. only, that he calls Jonathan his eldest s.
          in a deed of 28 May 1696 for ld. in R. but had, also, Benjamin, old
          eno. to take deed of 1 Dec. 1679 for ho. and six acres at R. while
          he styles hims. in both, of Salem, bricklayer. Prob. he had been
          driv. in Philip's war from enjoym. of his est. and would encourage
          his s. to ascertain if it might be profit. in peace. By the rec. at
          R. his n. Sarah was bur. 14 Oct. 1676; and w. Margaret, wh. may not
          have been mo. of any ch. d. 30 Jan. 1700; and he d. 10 May 1706.
          Abigail, perhaps his d. m. at R. 16 Oct. 1679, Thomas Cushman.

          ROBERT, Lynn, freem. 1680, may be the same as preced. but not prob.
          SAMUEL, Plymouth 1620, one of the most valu. pilgrims of the
          Mayflower, the first physician that came to sett. in our country.
          He had been a deac. at least 8 yrs. at Leyden, tho. his w. Bridget,
          wh. came in the Ann 1623, with a ch. that, I think, liv. not long,
          may have been m. but short time bef. he left Holland. He brot.
          serv. William Butten, a youth, wh. d. bef. reach. the coast; had
          Samuel, and Mercy, b. here, both after 22 May 1627, and both liv.
          1650; and d. 1633, betw. 30 July, the date of his will, and end of
          Oct. foll. when it was pro. His w. Bridget liv. until 1664. She was
          his third w. The first was Elsie Glascock, m. in Eng. and perhaps
          d. bef. the sad parting from his native ld. and, next, he m. at
          Leyden, 30 Apr. 1613, Agnes Carpenter, from Wrentham, Co. Suff k.
          sis. of Alice, the sec. w. of Gov. Bradford. She liv. not long; and
          he m. 27 May 1617, ano. maiden, Bridget Lee, her mo. and br. Samuel
          assist. at the solemnity. In the docum. to verify this m. F. is
          call. silkmaker of London.

          SAMUEL, Plymouth, neph. of the preced. made excor. of his will, was
          s. of the first Edward, and by him brot. in the Mayflower 1620;
          after d. of his parents, liv. with the uncle, and at the div. of
          lds. 1624, was count. I presume, out of respectto f. and mo. for
          three persons; freem. of the col. 1634, rem. to Scituate, thence to
          Barnstable, at Scituate hav. m. 8 Apr. 1635, Jane, d. of Rev. John
          Lothrop, had Hannah, wh. m. 1 Jan. 1659, Nicholas Bonham; Samuel,
          wh. was bapt. at S. 11 Feb. 1638, and may be the one wh. d. at
          Rehoboth 15 Aug 1676; Sarah, tho. b. at S. bapt. at B. 1 Aug,.
          1641, d. young; and b at B. were Mary, 16 June 1644, wh. m. Joseph
          Williams, 18 Nov. 1674; Thomas, 18 May 1651; Sarah, again, 14 Dec.
          1654, wh. m. a Crow; and John; beside one, 8 Feb. 1658, wh. d. at a
          fortnight; and he d. 31 Oct. 1683; one of the latest Mayflowers.

          SAMUEL, Plymouth, s. of the first Samuel, was a preach. but seems
          to have been slow to rem. prob. giving his time to pious care of
          his mo. refus. invit. to Rehoboth after d. of Newman, but preach.
          at Middleborough sixteen yrs. and at last was ord. there when the
          first ch. wars gather. 26 Dec. 1694, and d. 17 Aug. foll. in 71st
          yr. if his gr.stone be correct. Of this the doubt is almost invinc.
          for it would carry his b. to 1623 or 4, at least, whereas in the
          div. of cattle, May 1627, his f. head of the eighth lot, counts
          only for hims. w. and cous. or neph. bef. ment. Still stranger,
          however, to our modern notions, seems the nomin. of him as excor.
          of will, when he could not be [[vol. 2, p. 219]] 8, and prob. was
          only 5 yrs. old. He had w. Elizabeth but was not m. bef. 1650, ch.
          nam. in the will, pro. 1 Oct. 1695, Mercy, w. of Daniel Cole,
          perhaps his sec.; Samuel, b. 1659; Experience, w. of James Wood;
          John; Elizabeth w. of Samuel Eaton; Hannah, w. of Eleazer Lewis,
          and Isaac, wh. was under age, as may have been the last d. By
          Lewis, in Hist. of Lynn, ed. 2, p. 111, this Samuel is call. br. of
          John, s. of Edward, and he speaks of his arr. in Boston 1630, so as
          to lead to confusion, if not starting from it. Deane, in Hist. of
          Scituate, seems almost as confus. as his br. Hist. of Lynn. The
          name of his w. is giv. in the ch. Hist. of M. as Brewster, and
          perhaps she was gr.d. of the noble William; she d. at Plymouth 4
          Nov. 1713. Confusion, indeed, is often unavoida. With all the aid
          deriv. from books, and the scrupulous dilig. of Otis, I am uncert.
          whether SAMUEL, Barnstable, s. of the first Samuel of the same, wh.
          m. Ann, d. of his uncle Matthew and had Matthew, Barnabas, Joseph,
          Benjamin, Desire, and Sarah, were the same man as SAMUEL, Rehoboth,
          wh. m. 17 Apr. 1673, Mary Ide, perhaps d. of Nicholas. SAMUEL,
          Barnstable, s. of Capt. Matthew, by w. Mary had Thomas, Jabez,
          Timothy, Matthias, wh. d. unm. Abigail, Ann, and Samuel, posthum.
          b. 1676. THOMAS, Woburn, m. 13 June 1643, Elizabeth Tidd, had
          Thomas, b. 22 or 30 Apr. 1644; Elizabeth 12 Sept. 1645; Ruth, 17
          May 1648; Deborah, 12 May 1650; John, 1 Mar. 1653; Jacob, 14 May
          1655; Joseph, 8 Aug. 1658; Benjamin, 15 Apr. 1660; and Samuel, 9 3
          May 1662. Prob. he was of Salem 1670, that pt. now Middleton, and
          d. June 1698 aged 80, and m. 25 Aug. 1684, Sarah, wid. of John
          Wyman, d. of Miles Nutt.

          THOMAS, Dedham 1643, by w. Hannah Flower, m. 22 Nov. of that yr.
          had John, b. 1 Nov. 1644, d. soon; John, again, 28 Dec. 1645;
          Elizabeth 1 Apr. 1648; Hannah, 9 Nov. 1650; Thomas, 26 Feb. 1652,
          d. young; Mary, 25 Mar. 1655; Samuel, 25 Apr. 1657; Sarah, 3 Sept.
          1659; and Thomas, again, 23 June 1662; freem. not in 1653, as
          Farmer said, but perhaps in 1672, was ensign, rep. 1673, 9, and 86.
          His w. d. 11 Apr. 1672; and he d. 28 Sept. 1690, hav. made his will
          four days bef. Elizabeth m. the sec John Kingsbury of the same, and
          next, 17 Sept. 1672, m. third Michael Metcalf. THOMAS, Salem, by w.
          Ruth had Thomas, b. 3 Apr. 1671; Jonathan, 19 Sept. 1673; John, 23
          Jan. 1677; Joseph, 12 Aug. 1679; and William, 30 Nov. 1685.

          THOMAS, Dedham, prob. s. of Thomas of the same, freem. 1690.
          THOMAS, perhaps a of Thomas of Woburn, m. 25 Aug. 1684, Sarah
          Wyman, may hav. liv. at Danvers, and been freem. 1690. WILLIAM,
          Ipswich 1635, came that yr. in the Abigail, aged 25, with John,
          perhaps his br. aged 15, may have had w. Frances, rem. 1639 to
          Hampton, rep. 1661 and 7, d. 26 May 1693. WILLIAM, Concord,
          appoint. gunsmith May 1637, to accomp. the troops against the
          Pequots; was a miller there 1639; had Hannah, b. 8 Aug. 1641; and
          his w. Elizabeth [[vol. 2, p. 220]] d. 24 July foll. Possib. he was
          freem. 2 June 1641. WILLIAM, Hampton, prob. s. of William of the
          same, freem. 1678, m. 22 June 1680, Susanna, d. of Isaac Perkins,
          and wid. of Isaac Buzzell of Salisbury. Nine of this name had been
          gr. at Harv. in 1829, nine at Yale, three at Dart. and twenty-two
          at other N. E. coll. and at Union, of wh. twelve were clerg.



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            FULLER, BENJAMIN, Rehoboth, s. of Robert of Salem. BENJAMIN, Salem,
            s. of Thomas, m. 15 Dec. 1685, ..... Bacon, had Samuel, Benjamin,
            b. 25 Feb. 1687; Sarah, Ruth, Abigail, and Hannah. He liv. in the
            vill. wh. became Danvers, was freem. 1690. DanIEL, New Haven 1640.
            EDWARD, Plymouth, br. of the famous Samuel, came with him in the
            Mayflower 1620, bring. w. Ann and s. Samuel, and leav. Matthew, on
            the other side, wh. was elder, d. early next yr. as did his w. but
            his s. Samuel outliv. the hardships. EDWARD, Boston 1630, whose s.
            John, says Lewis, sett. at Lynn. But I believe we kn. no more, than
            that the name has 'much prevail. there. Edward was employ. in 1643,
            to bring, with others, the cattle of the Gortonists, taken near
            Providence, under the absurd pretence of being spoil of war. No
            doubt he was of the true, or popular faith, or he would not thus
            have been trusted; and this may, perhaps, render it less prob. that
            he was the same Edward subject. in 1639 to cens. by the Gen. Ct.
            for distemper. with wine. EDWARD, Lynn, freem. 1691, was, perhaps,
            s. of Robert of the same. GILES, Hampton, 1640, d. 2 Apr. 1673.

            JACOB, Salem vill. now Danvers, freem. 1690. JAMES, Ipswich, by w.
            Mary, had James, b. 2 Dec. 1673; Mary, 30 May 1675; John, 20 Feb.
            1677; Elizabeth 25 Feb. 1679; Daniel, 24 Feb. 1681; Nathaniel, 18
            Feb. 1683; and Dorothy, 18 Dec. 1684. His wid. prob. liv. to 16
            Oct. 1732, aged 85. JEREMIAH, Newton, S. of the first John of the
            same, was lieut. had bur. four ws. Mary, wh. d. 17 Aug. 1689;
            Elizabeth wh. d. 1700, in which yr. he took Thankful, wh. d. 1729;
            and Rachel, d. 1742; by first and last had no ch. but by Elizabeth
            had Elizabeth b. 14 Apr. 1694, d. soon; and Jeremiah, 3 July 1697,
            d. [[vol. 2, p. 216]] young; and by 3d w. had Thomas, 12 Sept.
            1701; Joshua, 12 Apr 1703; Thankful, 23 Dec. 1704; Jeremiah, again,
            1 Nov. 1707, d. young; Elizabeth again, 24 Aug. 1709, d. at 2 yrs.
            and Josiah, 2 Dec.1710; and d. 23 Dec. 1743.

            JOHN, Ipswich 1634, perhaps one of the first sett. at Salisbury
            1639 or 40. JOHN, Lynn 1644, may be the same as preced. was rep.
            1655 and 64, had s. John, William, and James, and d. 29 June 1666.
            JOHN, Salem, s. of Thomas, m. 22 Apr. 1672, Rebecca Putnam, eldest
            d. of sec. John, had Elizabeth b. 22 Aug. 1673; and Bethia,
            posthum. 22 Mar. 1676, and d. 26 Aug. preced. His wid. m. 6 Dec.
            1677, John Shepard of Lynn. JOHN, Cambridge, in that part now
            Newton, may seem the youth wh. came with John Winthrop, jr. in his
            sec. voyage in the Abigail 1635, call. 15 yrs. Old, but that
            Jackson, wh. perhaps quotes the gr.st. says he d. 7 Feb. 1699, in
            87th yr. and he was freem. 1690, tho. his first four s. were
            together made freem. ten yrs. earlier. His wid. Elizabeth d. 13
            Apr. 1700. He had John,b. 1645; ElizabethJonathan, 1648; Joseph, 10
            Feb. 1652; Joshua, 2 Apr. 1654; Jeremiah, 4 Feb. 1658; of wh. two
            were in Capt. Beers' comp. in Philip's war 1675, and still, after
            his d. serving in Apr. 1676; (and JOHN, wh. is call. of Dedham, and
            prob not one of these, was a corporal of Moseley's comp. and wound.
            in the gr. Narraganset fight, 19 Dec. 1675); Bethia, 23 Nov. 1661;
            and Isaac, 2 Feb. 1665, wh. d. 5 Oct. 1691. All the other five s.
            liv. from 74 to 98 yrs. Bethia m. 27 Feb. 1685, Nathaniel Bond; and
            Elizabeth m 1663, Job Hyde, and d. 28 Nov. 1685. Hon. Abraham, a
            descend. in 4th generat. b. 23 Mar. 1720, was rep. for N. 20 yrs.
            begin. 1764; and parts of the ancestr. est. are now enjoy. by the
            seventh and eighth degr.

            JOHN, Lynn, s. of the first John of the same, was rep. 1674, and
            four yrs. in succ. was a lieut. d. 26 Apr. 1695, had s. John;
            Thomas; Edward; Elisha, b. 5 Apr. 1657; Joseph, 1 Nov. 1661; and
            Benjamin, 16 Dec. 1665; at wh. time his w. was Elizabeth JOHN,
            Dedham, s. of Thomas of the same, m. 8 Jan. 1672, Judith, d. of
            John Grey, had Judith, b. 21 Nov. 1673; Hannah, 5 Sept. 1675; John,
            19 Nov. 1677; Thomas, 19 Nov. 1681; Robert, 11 Aug. 1685; and
            Hezekiah, 5 Aug. 1687; was prob. the freem. of 1690. JOHN,
            Rehoboth, m. 25 Apr. 1673, Abigail Titus, perhaps d. of John or
            Robert of the same, had John, b. 8 Sept. 1674, d. under two yrs.;
            Abiel, 30 Dec. 1676. One John, aged 15, came 1635, in the Abigail,
            and he may be the man of Lynn, or of Cambridge.

            JOHN, Barnstable, s. of Matthew, a physician, by first w. had
            Lydia, b. 1675; and by sec. w. Hannah, of Boston, whose surname is
            not found, had Bethia, b. Dec. 1687; John, Oct. 1689; and Reliance,
            8 Sept. 1691. In this yr. he d. and his wid. m. 9 Dec. 1695,
            Capt.John Lothrop, it is thot, Of ano. at Barnstable, call. little
            JOHN (to disting. him from his cous. John, s. of Matthew wh. was
            elder), when his w. Mehitable was adm. of the ch. 30 Sept. 1688,
            and was s. of that Samuel wh. was s. of Edward, we kn. his ch.
            bapt. were Samuel, Thomas, and Shubael, on 21 Oct. foll. and
            Thankful, 19 May after; beside Edward; and he rem. to East Haddam,
            there had John, 10 Nov. 1697 ; Joseph, 1 Mar. 1700; Benjamin,
            [[vol. 2, p. 217]] 20 Oct. 1701; and Mehitable, 16 Apr. 1706; and
            perhaps others.

            JOHN , Newton, eldest s. of John of the same, freem. 1680 (ten yrs.
            bef. his f.), m. 1682, Abigail, perhaps d. of the sec. Thomas
            Boylston, had Sarah, b. 5 Oct. 1683; John, 2 Sept. 1685; Abigail, 8
            Mar. 1688; James, 4 Feb. 1690; Hannah, 31 Aug. 1693; Isaac, 22 Nov.
            1695; Jonathan, 13 Feb. 1698, d. soon; Jonathan, again, 28 Mar.
            1700; Caleb, 24 Feb. 1702; and he m. 14 Oct. 1714, Margaret Hicks,
            and d. 1720. JONATHAN, Rehoboth, eldest s. of Robert of Salem, m.
            14 Dec. 1664, Elizabeth Wilmot, perhaps d. of Thomas, had Jonathan,
            b. 23 Dec. 1665; David, 11 Sept. 1667; Daniel, 6 Aug. 1669; Robert,
            and Thomas tw. 28 June 1671, of wh. one, if not both, d. soon;
            Robert, again, 2 Mar. 1673; Nathaniel, 1676; Elizabeth 12 May 1678;
            Sarah, 23 Apr. 1680; Mary, 1 Oct. 1681; and Noah, 12 Feb.1685.

            JONATHAN, Dedham, a. 1642, freem. 1671. JONATHAN, Dedham, the
            freem. of 1672, was, perhaps, s. of Robert of Dorchester, by w.
            Mary had Mary, b. 20 Apr. 1679, prob. d. young; Samuel, 15 Feb.
            1682; John, 3 Dec. 1684; Mary, again, 21 Feb. 1687; Joshua, 23 Jan.
            1689, d. soon; and Joshua, again, 15 Feb. 1692. His w. d. 29 Mar.
            1701; and he d. 1720. JONATHAN, Newton, s. of the first John of the
            same, m. Mindwell, d. of deac. James Trowbridge, d. 12 Aug. 1722,
            aged 74, without ch. and his wid. d. 1758, aged 96. He was freem.
            1680; and gave most of his est. to Jonathan, s. of his br. Joseph.
            JOSEPH, Newton, s. of the first John of the same, freem. 1680, was
            under Turner in the Falls fight, 1676, m. 13 Feb. 1681, Lydia, d.
            of Edward Jackson, wh. d. 12 Jan. 1726, had John, b. 15 Dec. 1681;
            Joseph, 4 July 1685; Jonathan, 7 Jan. 1687; Lydia, 15 Feb. 1692;
            Edward, 7 Mar. 1694; Isaac, 16 Mar. 1698; and Elizabeth 1 July
            1701; and he d. 5 Jan. 1740. JOSHUA, Newton, br. of the preced.
            freem. 1680, m. 7 June 1679, Elizabeth d. of John Ward, had only
            ds. Elizabeth b. 22 Feb. 1680; Hannah, 8 July 1682; Experience, 5
            Nov. 1685; and Mercy, 11 Mar. 1689. His w. d. 6 Sept. 1691. By 2d
            w. be had Abigail, a. 1697; Sarah; and Ruth; d. 1752. He was in
            89th yr. when he m. 19 July 1742, Mary Dana, in her 75th for third
            w. but they had no ch.

            LANCELOT, Ne, Haven 1643, m. Hannah Marsh, and had a child b. 1651.
            MATTHEW, Plymouth, a. 1640, s. of Edward the first, b. in Eng. rem.
            to Barnstable 1652, a physician, appoint. surg. of the force of the
            col. 1673, a capt. 1675, as Thatcher says, and d. 1678. By w.
            Frances he had Mary, wh. m. 17 Apr. 1650, Ralph Jones; Elizabeth
            wh. m. 1652, Moses Rowley; Samuel; and John; and by Hannah, had
            Ann, wh. m. her cous. Samuel Fuller. ROBERT, Dorchester 1640,
            freem. 2 June 1641, by w. Ann had Jonathan, b. 15 Aug. 1643; rem.
            to Dedham, there had Benoni, 16 June 1646; and perhaps his w. d.
            very soon; by w. Sarah, had Sarah, 21 Sept. 1647; John, 26 Nov.
            1649; Patience, 22 Feb. 1652; and Mary, [[vol. 2, p. 218]] 1 Mar.
            1654. His w. Sarah d.1680, and he d. 14 Dec. 1688.

            ROBERT, Salem 1639, rem. to Rehoboth, there was freem. 1658, wh. he
            had visited perhaps fifteen yrs. bef. and may there have had one or
            more ch. of wh. we kn. only, that he calls Jonathan his eldest s.
            in a deed of 28 May 1696 for ld. in R. but had, also, Benjamin, old
            eno. to take deed of 1 Dec. 1679 for ho. and six acres at R. while
            he styles hims. in both, of Salem, bricklayer. Prob. he had been
            driv. in Philip's war from enjoym. of his est. and would encourage
            his s. to ascertain if it might be profit. in peace. By the rec. at
            R. his n. Sarah was bur. 14 Oct. 1676; and w. Margaret, wh. may not
            have been mo. of any ch. d. 30 Jan. 1700; and he d. 10 May 1706.
            Abigail, perhaps his d. m. at R. 16 Oct. 1679, Thomas Cushman.

            ROBERT, Lynn, freem. 1680, may be the same as preced. but not prob.
            SAMUEL, Plymouth 1620, one of the most valu. pilgrims of the
            Mayflower, the first physician that came to sett. in our country.
            He had been a deac. at least 8 yrs. at Leyden, tho. his w. Bridget,
            wh. came in the Ann 1623, with a ch. that, I think, liv. not long,
            may have been m. but short time bef. he left Holland. He brot.
            serv. William Butten, a youth, wh. d. bef. reach. the coast; had
            Samuel, and Mercy, b. here, both after 22 May 1627, and both liv.
            1650; and d. 1633, betw. 30 July, the date of his will, and end of
            Oct. foll. when it was pro. His w. Bridget liv. until 1664. She was
            his third w. The first was Elsie Glascock, m. in Eng. and perhaps
            d. bef. the sad parting from his native ld. and, next, he m. at
            Leyden, 30 Apr. 1613, Agnes Carpenter, from Wrentham, Co. Suff k.
            sis. of Alice, the sec. w. of Gov. Bradford. She liv. not long; and
            he m. 27 May 1617, ano. maiden, Bridget Lee, her mo. and br. Samuel
            assist. at the solemnity. In the docum. to verify this m. F. is
            call. silkmaker of London.

            SAMUEL, Plymouth, neph. of the preced. made excor. of his will, was
            s. of the first Edward, and by him brot. in the Mayflower 1620;
            after d. of his parents, liv. with the uncle, and at the div. of
            lds. 1624, was count. I presume, out of respectto f. and mo. for
            three persons; freem. of the col. 1634, rem. to Scituate, thence to
            Barnstable, at Scituate hav. m. 8 Apr. 1635, Jane, d. of Rev. John
            Lothrop, had Hannah, wh. m. 1 Jan. 1659, Nicholas Bonham; Samuel,
            wh. was bapt. at S. 11 Feb. 1638, and may be the one wh. d. at
            Rehoboth 15 Aug 1676; Sarah, tho. b. at S. bapt. at B. 1 Aug,.
            1641, d. young; and b at B. were Mary, 16 June 1644, wh. m. Joseph
            Williams, 18 Nov. 1674; Thomas, 18 May 1651; Sarah, again, 14 Dec.
            1654, wh. m. a Crow; and John; beside one, 8 Feb. 1658, wh. d. at a
            fortnight; and he d. 31 Oct. 1683; one of the latest Mayflowers.

            SAMUEL, Plymouth, s. of the first Samuel, was a preach. but seems
            to have been slow to rem. prob. giving his time to pious care of
            his mo. refus. invit. to Rehoboth after d. of Newman, but preach.
            at Middleborough sixteen yrs. and at last was ord. there when the
            first ch. wars gather. 26 Dec. 1694, and d. 17 Aug. foll. in 71st
            yr. if his gr.stone be correct. Of this the doubt is almost invinc.
            for it would carry his b. to 1623 or 4, at least, whereas in the
            div. of cattle, May 1627, his f. head of the eighth lot, counts
            only for hims. w. and cous. or neph. bef. ment. Still stranger,
            however, to our modern notions, seems the nomin. of him as excor.
            of will, when he could not be [[vol. 2, p. 219]] 8, and prob. was
            only 5 yrs. old. He had w. Elizabeth but was not m. bef. 1650, ch.
            nam. in the will, pro. 1 Oct. 1695, Mercy, w. of Daniel Cole,
            perhaps his sec.; Samuel, b. 1659; Experience, w. of James Wood;
            John; Elizabeth w. of Samuel Eaton; Hannah, w. of Eleazer Lewis,
            and Isaac, wh. was under age, as may have been the last d. By
            Lewis, in Hist. of Lynn, ed. 2, p. 111, this Samuel is call. br. of
            John, s. of Edward, and he speaks of his arr. in Boston 1630, so as
            to lead to confusion, if not starting from it. Deane, in Hist. of
            Scituate, seems almost as confus. as his br. Hist. of Lynn. The
            name of his w. is giv. in the ch. Hist. of M. as Brewster, and
            perhaps she was gr.d. of the noble William; she d. at Plymouth 4
            Nov. 1713. Confusion, indeed, is often unavoida. With all the aid
            deriv. from books, and the scrupulous dilig. of Otis, I am uncert.
            whether SAMUEL, Barnstable, s. of the first Samuel of the same, wh.
            m. Ann, d. of his uncle Matthew and had Matthew, Barnabas, Joseph,
            Benjamin, Desire, and Sarah, were the same man as SAMUEL, Rehoboth,
            wh. m. 17 Apr. 1673, Mary Ide, perhaps d. of Nicholas. SAMUEL,
            Barnstable, s. of Capt. Matthew, by w. Mary had Thomas, Jabez,
            Timothy, Matthias, wh. d. unm. Abigail, Ann, and Samuel, posthum.
            b. 1676. THOMAS, Woburn, m. 13 June 1643, Elizabeth Tidd, had
            Thomas, b. 22 or 30 Apr. 1644; Elizabeth 12 Sept. 1645; Ruth, 17
            May 1648; Deborah, 12 May 1650; John, 1 Mar. 1653; Jacob, 14 May
            1655; Joseph, 8 Aug. 1658; Benjamin, 15 Apr. 1660; and Samuel, 9 3
            May 1662. Prob. he was of Salem 1670, that pt. now Middleton, and
            d. June 1698 aged 80, and m. 25 Aug. 1684, Sarah, wid. of John
            Wyman, d. of Miles Nutt.

            THOMAS, Dedham 1643, by w. Hannah Flower, m. 22 Nov. of that yr.
            had John, b. 1 Nov. 1644, d. soon; John, again, 28 Dec. 1645;
            Elizabeth 1 Apr. 1648; Hannah, 9 Nov. 1650; Thomas, 26 Feb. 1652,
            d. young; Mary, 25 Mar. 1655; Samuel, 25 Apr. 1657; Sarah, 3 Sept.
            1659; and Thomas, again, 23 June 1662; freem. not in 1653, as
            Farmer said, but perhaps in 1672, was ensign, rep. 1673, 9, and 86.
            His w. d. 11 Apr. 1672; and he d. 28 Sept. 1690, hav. made his will
            four days bef. Elizabeth m. the sec John Kingsbury of the same, and
            next, 17 Sept. 1672, m. third Michael Metcalf. THOMAS, Salem, by w.
            Ruth had Thomas, b. 3 Apr. 1671; Jonathan, 19 Sept. 1673; John, 23
            Jan. 1677; Joseph, 12 Aug. 1679; and William, 30 Nov. 1685.

            THOMAS, Dedham, prob. s. of Thomas of the same, freem. 1690.
            THOMAS, perhaps a of Thomas of Woburn, m. 25 Aug. 1684, Sarah
            Wyman, may hav. liv. at Danvers, and been freem. 1690. WILLIAM,
            Ipswich 1635, came that yr. in the Abigail, aged 25, with John,
            perhaps his br. aged 15, may have had w. Frances, rem. 1639 to
            Hampton, rep. 1661 and 7, d. 26 May 1693. WILLIAM, Concord,
            appoint. gunsmith May 1637, to accomp. the troops against the
            Pequots; was a miller there 1639; had Hannah, b. 8 Aug. 1641; and
            his w. Elizabeth [[vol. 2, p. 220]] d. 24 July foll. Possib. he was
            freem. 2 June 1641. WILLIAM, Hampton, prob. s. of William of the
            same, freem. 1678, m. 22 June 1680, Susanna, d. of Isaac Perkins,
            and wid. of Isaac Buzzell of Salisbury. Nine of this name had been
            gr. at Harv. in 1829, nine at Yale, three at Dart. and twenty-two
            at other N. E. coll. and at Union, of wh. twelve were clerg.



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            http://www.usgennet.org/usa/topic/newengland/savage/bk2/friard-furbush.htm FULLER, BENJAMIN, Rehoboth, s. of Robert of Salem. BENJAMIN, Salem, s. of Thomas, m.
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              FULLER, BENJAMIN, Rehoboth, s. of Robert of Salem. BENJAMIN, Salem,
              s. of Thomas, m. 15 Dec. 1685, ..... Bacon, had Samuel, Benjamin,
              b. 25 Feb. 1687; Sarah, Ruth, Abigail, and Hannah. He liv. in the
              vill. wh. became Danvers, was freem. 1690. DanIEL, New Haven 1640.
              EDWARD, Plymouth, br. of the famous Samuel, came with him in the
              Mayflower 1620, bring. w. Ann and s. Samuel, and leav. Matthew, on
              the other side, wh. was elder, d. early next yr. as did his w. but
              his s. Samuel outliv. the hardships. EDWARD, Boston 1630, whose s.
              John, says Lewis, sett. at Lynn. But I believe we kn. no more, than
              that the name has 'much prevail. there. Edward was employ. in 1643,
              to bring, with others, the cattle of the Gortonists, taken near
              Providence, under the absurd pretence of being spoil of war. No
              doubt he was of the true, or popular faith, or he would not thus
              have been trusted; and this may, perhaps, render it less prob. that
              he was the same Edward subject. in 1639 to cens. by the Gen. Ct.
              for distemper. with wine. EDWARD, Lynn, freem. 1691, was, perhaps,
              s. of Robert of the same. GILES, Hampton, 1640, d. 2 Apr. 1673.

              JACOB, Salem vill. now Danvers, freem. 1690. JAMES, Ipswich, by w.
              Mary, had James, b. 2 Dec. 1673; Mary, 30 May 1675; John, 20 Feb.
              1677; Elizabeth 25 Feb. 1679; Daniel, 24 Feb. 1681; Nathaniel, 18
              Feb. 1683; and Dorothy, 18 Dec. 1684. His wid. prob. liv. to 16
              Oct. 1732, aged 85. JEREMIAH, Newton, S. of the first John of the
              same, was lieut. had bur. four ws. Mary, wh. d. 17 Aug. 1689;
              Elizabeth wh. d. 1700, in which yr. he took Thankful, wh. d. 1729;
              and Rachel, d. 1742; by first and last had no ch. but by Elizabeth
              had Elizabeth b. 14 Apr. 1694, d. soon; and Jeremiah, 3 July 1697,
              d. [[vol. 2, p. 216]] young; and by 3d w. had Thomas, 12 Sept.
              1701; Joshua, 12 Apr 1703; Thankful, 23 Dec. 1704; Jeremiah, again,
              1 Nov. 1707, d. young; Elizabeth again, 24 Aug. 1709, d. at 2 yrs.
              and Josiah, 2 Dec.1710; and d. 23 Dec. 1743.

              JOHN, Ipswich 1634, perhaps one of the first sett. at Salisbury
              1639 or 40. JOHN, Lynn 1644, may be the same as preced. was rep.
              1655 and 64, had s. John, William, and James, and d. 29 June 1666.
              JOHN, Salem, s. of Thomas, m. 22 Apr. 1672, Rebecca Putnam, eldest
              d. of sec. John, had Elizabeth b. 22 Aug. 1673; and Bethia,
              posthum. 22 Mar. 1676, and d. 26 Aug. preced. His wid. m. 6 Dec.
              1677, John Shepard of Lynn. JOHN, Cambridge, in that part now
              Newton, may seem the youth wh. came with John Winthrop, jr. in his
              sec. voyage in the Abigail 1635, call. 15 yrs. Old, but that
              Jackson, wh. perhaps quotes the gr.st. says he d. 7 Feb. 1699, in
              87th yr. and he was freem. 1690, tho. his first four s. were
              together made freem. ten yrs. earlier. His wid. Elizabeth d. 13
              Apr. 1700. He had John,b. 1645; ElizabethJonathan, 1648; Joseph, 10
              Feb. 1652; Joshua, 2 Apr. 1654; Jeremiah, 4 Feb. 1658; of wh. two
              were in Capt. Beers' comp. in Philip's war 1675, and still, after
              his d. serving in Apr. 1676; (and JOHN, wh. is call. of Dedham, and
              prob not one of these, was a corporal of Moseley's comp. and wound.
              in the gr. Narraganset fight, 19 Dec. 1675); Bethia, 23 Nov. 1661;
              and Isaac, 2 Feb. 1665, wh. d. 5 Oct. 1691. All the other five s.
              liv. from 74 to 98 yrs. Bethia m. 27 Feb. 1685, Nathaniel Bond; and
              Elizabeth m 1663, Job Hyde, and d. 28 Nov. 1685. Hon. Abraham, a
              descend. in 4th generat. b. 23 Mar. 1720, was rep. for N. 20 yrs.
              begin. 1764; and parts of the ancestr. est. are now enjoy. by the
              seventh and eighth degr.

              JOHN, Lynn, s. of the first John of the same, was rep. 1674, and
              four yrs. in succ. was a lieut. d. 26 Apr. 1695, had s. John;
              Thomas; Edward; Elisha, b. 5 Apr. 1657; Joseph, 1 Nov. 1661; and
              Benjamin, 16 Dec. 1665; at wh. time his w. was Elizabeth JOHN,
              Dedham, s. of Thomas of the same, m. 8 Jan. 1672, Judith, d. of
              John Grey, had Judith, b. 21 Nov. 1673; Hannah, 5 Sept. 1675; John,
              19 Nov. 1677; Thomas, 19 Nov. 1681; Robert, 11 Aug. 1685; and
              Hezekiah, 5 Aug. 1687; was prob. the freem. of 1690. JOHN,
              Rehoboth, m. 25 Apr. 1673, Abigail Titus, perhaps d. of John or
              Robert of the same, had John, b. 8 Sept. 1674, d. under two yrs.;
              Abiel, 30 Dec. 1676. One John, aged 15, came 1635, in the Abigail,
              and he may be the man of Lynn, or of Cambridge.

              JOHN, Barnstable, s. of Matthew, a physician, by first w. had
              Lydia, b. 1675; and by sec. w. Hannah, of Boston, whose surname is
              not found, had Bethia, b. Dec. 1687; John, Oct. 1689; and Reliance,
              8 Sept. 1691. In this yr. he d. and his wid. m. 9 Dec. 1695,
              Capt.John Lothrop, it is thot, Of ano. at Barnstable, call. little
              JOHN (to disting. him from his cous. John, s. of Matthew wh. was
              elder), when his w. Mehitable was adm. of the ch. 30 Sept. 1688,
              and was s. of that Samuel wh. was s. of Edward, we kn. his ch.
              bapt. were Samuel, Thomas, and Shubael, on 21 Oct. foll. and
              Thankful, 19 May after; beside Edward; and he rem. to East Haddam,
              there had John, 10 Nov. 1697 ; Joseph, 1 Mar. 1700; Benjamin,
              [[vol. 2, p. 217]] 20 Oct. 1701; and Mehitable, 16 Apr. 1706; and
              perhaps others.

              JOHN , Newton, eldest s. of John of the same, freem. 1680 (ten yrs.
              bef. his f.), m. 1682, Abigail, perhaps d. of the sec. Thomas
              Boylston, had Sarah, b. 5 Oct. 1683; John, 2 Sept. 1685; Abigail, 8
              Mar. 1688; James, 4 Feb. 1690; Hannah, 31 Aug. 1693; Isaac, 22 Nov.
              1695; Jonathan, 13 Feb. 1698, d. soon; Jonathan, again, 28 Mar.
              1700; Caleb, 24 Feb. 1702; and he m. 14 Oct. 1714, Margaret Hicks,
              and d. 1720. JONATHAN, Rehoboth, eldest s. of Robert of Salem, m.
              14 Dec. 1664, Elizabeth Wilmot, perhaps d. of Thomas, had Jonathan,
              b. 23 Dec. 1665; David, 11 Sept. 1667; Daniel, 6 Aug. 1669; Robert,
              and Thomas tw. 28 June 1671, of wh. one, if not both, d. soon;
              Robert, again, 2 Mar. 1673; Nathaniel, 1676; Elizabeth 12 May 1678;
              Sarah, 23 Apr. 1680; Mary, 1 Oct. 1681; and Noah, 12 Feb.1685.

              JONATHAN, Dedham, a. 1642, freem. 1671. JONATHAN, Dedham, the
              freem. of 1672, was, perhaps, s. of Robert of Dorchester, by w.
              Mary had Mary, b. 20 Apr. 1679, prob. d. young; Samuel, 15 Feb.
              1682; John, 3 Dec. 1684; Mary, again, 21 Feb. 1687; Joshua, 23 Jan.
              1689, d. soon; and Joshua, again, 15 Feb. 1692. His w. d. 29 Mar.
              1701; and he d. 1720. JONATHAN, Newton, s. of the first John of the
              same, m. Mindwell, d. of deac. James Trowbridge, d. 12 Aug. 1722,
              aged 74, without ch. and his wid. d. 1758, aged 96. He was freem.
              1680; and gave most of his est. to Jonathan, s. of his br. Joseph.
              JOSEPH, Newton, s. of the first John of the same, freem. 1680, was
              under Turner in the Falls fight, 1676, m. 13 Feb. 1681, Lydia, d.
              of Edward Jackson, wh. d. 12 Jan. 1726, had John, b. 15 Dec. 1681;
              Joseph, 4 July 1685; Jonathan, 7 Jan. 1687; Lydia, 15 Feb. 1692;
              Edward, 7 Mar. 1694; Isaac, 16 Mar. 1698; and Elizabeth 1 July
              1701; and he d. 5 Jan. 1740. JOSHUA, Newton, br. of the preced.
              freem. 1680, m. 7 June 1679, Elizabeth d. of John Ward, had only
              ds. Elizabeth b. 22 Feb. 1680; Hannah, 8 July 1682; Experience, 5
              Nov. 1685; and Mercy, 11 Mar. 1689. His w. d. 6 Sept. 1691. By 2d
              w. be had Abigail, a. 1697; Sarah; and Ruth; d. 1752. He was in
              89th yr. when he m. 19 July 1742, Mary Dana, in her 75th for third
              w. but they had no ch.

              LANCELOT, Ne, Haven 1643, m. Hannah Marsh, and had a child b. 1651.
              MATTHEW, Plymouth, a. 1640, s. of Edward the first, b. in Eng. rem.
              to Barnstable 1652, a physician, appoint. surg. of the force of the
              col. 1673, a capt. 1675, as Thatcher says, and d. 1678. By w.
              Frances he had Mary, wh. m. 17 Apr. 1650, Ralph Jones; Elizabeth
              wh. m. 1652, Moses Rowley; Samuel; and John; and by Hannah, had
              Ann, wh. m. her cous. Samuel Fuller. ROBERT, Dorchester 1640,
              freem. 2 June 1641, by w. Ann had Jonathan, b. 15 Aug. 1643; rem.
              to Dedham, there had Benoni, 16 June 1646; and perhaps his w. d.
              very soon; by w. Sarah, had Sarah, 21 Sept. 1647; John, 26 Nov.
              1649; Patience, 22 Feb. 1652; and Mary, [[vol. 2, p. 218]] 1 Mar.
              1654. His w. Sarah d.1680, and he d. 14 Dec. 1688.

              ROBERT, Salem 1639, rem. to Rehoboth, there was freem. 1658, wh. he
              had visited perhaps fifteen yrs. bef. and may there have had one or
              more ch. of wh. we kn. only, that he calls Jonathan his eldest s.
              in a deed of 28 May 1696 for ld. in R. but had, also, Benjamin, old
              eno. to take deed of 1 Dec. 1679 for ho. and six acres at R. while
              he styles hims. in both, of Salem, bricklayer. Prob. he had been
              driv. in Philip's war from enjoym. of his est. and would encourage
              his s. to ascertain if it might be profit. in peace. By the rec. at
              R. his n. Sarah was bur. 14 Oct. 1676; and w. Margaret, wh. may not
              have been mo. of any ch. d. 30 Jan. 1700; and he d. 10 May 1706.
              Abigail, perhaps his d. m. at R. 16 Oct. 1679, Thomas Cushman.

              ROBERT, Lynn, freem. 1680, may be the same as preced. but not prob.
              SAMUEL, Plymouth 1620, one of the most valu. pilgrims of the
              Mayflower, the first physician that came to sett. in our country.
              He had been a deac. at least 8 yrs. at Leyden, tho. his w. Bridget,
              wh. came in the Ann 1623, with a ch. that, I think, liv. not long,
              may have been m. but short time bef. he left Holland. He brot.
              serv. William Butten, a youth, wh. d. bef. reach. the coast; had
              Samuel, and Mercy, b. here, both after 22 May 1627, and both liv.
              1650; and d. 1633, betw. 30 July, the date of his will, and end of
              Oct. foll. when it was pro. His w. Bridget liv. until 1664. She was
              his third w. The first was Elsie Glascock, m. in Eng. and perhaps
              d. bef. the sad parting from his native ld. and, next, he m. at
              Leyden, 30 Apr. 1613, Agnes Carpenter, from Wrentham, Co. Suff k.
              sis. of Alice, the sec. w. of Gov. Bradford. She liv. not long; and
              he m. 27 May 1617, ano. maiden, Bridget Lee, her mo. and br. Samuel
              assist. at the solemnity. In the docum. to verify this m. F. is
              call. silkmaker of London.

              SAMUEL, Plymouth, neph. of the preced. made excor. of his will, was
              s. of the first Edward, and by him brot. in the Mayflower 1620;
              after d. of his parents, liv. with the uncle, and at the div. of
              lds. 1624, was count. I presume, out of respectto f. and mo. for
              three persons; freem. of the col. 1634, rem. to Scituate, thence to
              Barnstable, at Scituate hav. m. 8 Apr. 1635, Jane, d. of Rev. John
              Lothrop, had Hannah, wh. m. 1 Jan. 1659, Nicholas Bonham; Samuel,
              wh. was bapt. at S. 11 Feb. 1638, and may be the one wh. d. at
              Rehoboth 15 Aug 1676; Sarah, tho. b. at S. bapt. at B. 1 Aug,.
              1641, d. young; and b at B. were Mary, 16 June 1644, wh. m. Joseph
              Williams, 18 Nov. 1674; Thomas, 18 May 1651; Sarah, again, 14 Dec.
              1654, wh. m. a Crow; and John; beside one, 8 Feb. 1658, wh. d. at a
              fortnight; and he d. 31 Oct. 1683; one of the latest Mayflowers.

              SAMUEL, Plymouth, s. of the first Samuel, was a preach. but seems
              to have been slow to rem. prob. giving his time to pious care of
              his mo. refus. invit. to Rehoboth after d. of Newman, but preach.
              at Middleborough sixteen yrs. and at last was ord. there when the
              first ch. wars gather. 26 Dec. 1694, and d. 17 Aug. foll. in 71st
              yr. if his gr.stone be correct. Of this the doubt is almost invinc.
              for it would carry his b. to 1623 or 4, at least, whereas in the
              div. of cattle, May 1627, his f. head of the eighth lot, counts
              only for hims. w. and cous. or neph. bef. ment. Still stranger,
              however, to our modern notions, seems the nomin. of him as excor.
              of will, when he could not be [[vol. 2, p. 219]] 8, and prob. was
              only 5 yrs. old. He had w. Elizabeth but was not m. bef. 1650, ch.
              nam. in the will, pro. 1 Oct. 1695, Mercy, w. of Daniel Cole,
              perhaps his sec.; Samuel, b. 1659; Experience, w. of James Wood;
              John; Elizabeth w. of Samuel Eaton; Hannah, w. of Eleazer Lewis,
              and Isaac, wh. was under age, as may have been the last d. By
              Lewis, in Hist. of Lynn, ed. 2, p. 111, this Samuel is call. br. of
              John, s. of Edward, and he speaks of his arr. in Boston 1630, so as
              to lead to confusion, if not starting from it. Deane, in Hist. of
              Scituate, seems almost as confus. as his br. Hist. of Lynn. The
              name of his w. is giv. in the ch. Hist. of M. as Brewster, and
              perhaps she was gr.d. of the noble William; she d. at Plymouth 4
              Nov. 1713. Confusion, indeed, is often unavoida. With all the aid
              deriv. from books, and the scrupulous dilig. of Otis, I am uncert.
              whether SAMUEL, Barnstable, s. of the first Samuel of the same, wh.
              m. Ann, d. of his uncle Matthew and had Matthew, Barnabas, Joseph,
              Benjamin, Desire, and Sarah, were the same man as SAMUEL, Rehoboth,
              wh. m. 17 Apr. 1673, Mary Ide, perhaps d. of Nicholas. SAMUEL,
              Barnstable, s. of Capt. Matthew, by w. Mary had Thomas, Jabez,
              Timothy, Matthias, wh. d. unm. Abigail, Ann, and Samuel, posthum.
              b. 1676. THOMAS, Woburn, m. 13 June 1643, Elizabeth Tidd, had
              Thomas, b. 22 or 30 Apr. 1644; Elizabeth 12 Sept. 1645; Ruth, 17
              May 1648; Deborah, 12 May 1650; John, 1 Mar. 1653; Jacob, 14 May
              1655; Joseph, 8 Aug. 1658; Benjamin, 15 Apr. 1660; and Samuel, 9 3
              May 1662. Prob. he was of Salem 1670, that pt. now Middleton, and
              d. June 1698 aged 80, and m. 25 Aug. 1684, Sarah, wid. of John
              Wyman, d. of Miles Nutt.

              THOMAS, Dedham 1643, by w. Hannah Flower, m. 22 Nov. of that yr.
              had John, b. 1 Nov. 1644, d. soon; John, again, 28 Dec. 1645;
              Elizabeth 1 Apr. 1648; Hannah, 9 Nov. 1650; Thomas, 26 Feb. 1652,
              d. young; Mary, 25 Mar. 1655; Samuel, 25 Apr. 1657; Sarah, 3 Sept.
              1659; and Thomas, again, 23 June 1662; freem. not in 1653, as
              Farmer said, but perhaps in 1672, was ensign, rep. 1673, 9, and 86.
              His w. d. 11 Apr. 1672; and he d. 28 Sept. 1690, hav. made his will
              four days bef. Elizabeth m. the sec John Kingsbury of the same, and
              next, 17 Sept. 1672, m. third Michael Metcalf. THOMAS, Salem, by w.
              Ruth had Thomas, b. 3 Apr. 1671; Jonathan, 19 Sept. 1673; John, 23
              Jan. 1677; Joseph, 12 Aug. 1679; and William, 30 Nov. 1685.

              THOMAS, Dedham, prob. s. of Thomas of the same, freem. 1690.
              THOMAS, perhaps a of Thomas of Woburn, m. 25 Aug. 1684, Sarah
              Wyman, may hav. liv. at Danvers, and been freem. 1690. WILLIAM,
              Ipswich 1635, came that yr. in the Abigail, aged 25, with John,
              perhaps his br. aged 15, may have had w. Frances, rem. 1639 to
              Hampton, rep. 1661 and 7, d. 26 May 1693. WILLIAM, Concord,
              appoint. gunsmith May 1637, to accomp. the troops against the
              Pequots; was a miller there 1639; had Hannah, b. 8 Aug. 1641; and
              his w. Elizabeth [[vol. 2, p. 220]] d. 24 July foll. Possib. he was
              freem. 2 June 1641. WILLIAM, Hampton, prob. s. of William of the
              same, freem. 1678, m. 22 June 1680, Susanna, d. of Isaac Perkins,
              and wid. of Isaac Buzzell of Salisbury. Nine of this name had been
              gr. at Harv. in 1829, nine at Yale, three at Dart. and twenty-two
              at other N. E. coll. and at Union, of wh. twelve were clerg.



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              Abbreviations
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