Fidelitas In Adversis – Faithful In Adversity My dearest dad, Harold Fuller, Fuller ancestors came from England. Specifically, they come from Redenhall, in Southern Norfolk via Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut, Ohio, Iowa, and Illinois.My dearest dad, Harold Fuller, Fuller ancestors came from England. Specifically, they come from Redenhall, in Southern Norfolk via Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut, Ohio, Iowa, and Illinois.Harold Fuller is the son of Henry Lee Fuller who was born November 24, 1900 in Centerville, Appanoose County, Iowa. Henry Lee Fuller died in June 1966, in Baldwin Park, California and was buried in Rose Hills Cemetery. My dad’s mother, Greta Kristina Carlson was born in 1899 from outside of Stockholm, Sweden.

My dearest dad, Harold Fuller, Fuller ancestors came from England. Specifically, they come from Redenhall, in Southern Norfolk via Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut, Ohio, Iowa, and Illinois.Harold Fuller is the son of Henry Lee Fuller who was born November 24, 1900 in Centerville, Appanoose County, Iowa. Henry Lee Fuller died in June 1966, in Baldwin Park, California and was buried in Rose Hills Cemetery. My dad’s mother, Greta Kristina Carlson was born in 1899 from outside of Stockholm, Sweden.Henry Lee Fuller was the son of James Monroe Fuller, born on November 1870 in Appanoose County, Iowa. James Monroe Fuller married Emma Philips, born on August 1873. Henry Lee had two other siblings, Carl Fuller (b. January 14, 1896) and Claude Fuller (b. September 19, 1904).  Claude ended up marrying the sister of Greta Carlson, Evelyn Carlson. Carl married Lelah Hoover, but a according to personal diaries she was later called the granddaughter of Mary Jane Wright Banta.

Emma Phillips was the daughter of Thomas and Emma Philips, who came to the United States in 1873 after Emma’s birth. Emma Phillips, her parents Thomas and Emma, and her grandparents were all born in England. We find Thomas and Emma in the same township in the 1900 census. Thomas is listed as a merchant in 1900 and owned a home. Thomas was born on December 1846 and his wife was born on April 1848. They had two other children who were born in Iowa. Their son and Emma’s brother, Irea L. was born on September 1878 and in 1900 worked as a dry goods clerk. Their daughter Mabell was born in April 1881.

   James Monroe was a Farmer and his parents were both born in Iowa. They had a total of nine children: James Monroe, Melissa, Mary, Nellie May, Charles E. (b.July 1879), Lusey A. (b. April 1882), Ida S. (b. October 1884), John W. II (b. September 1886), and Emma C. Fuller (b. October 1888). John W. Fuller, Sr. was buried in the Veterans Grave Reg. of Appanoose County.  

James Monroe Fuller was the son of John W. Fuller, born June 20, 1847 in Franklin, Ohio and Eliza Wright (b. February 22, 1851, d. March 23, 1891). Eliza Wright was the daughter of James Robert Wright (b. July 29, 1828, d. January 19, 1908) and Malissa Glass (b. July 29, 1835, d. May 26, 1890). John Worthington Fuller and Eliza Wright married on December 8, 1867 in Appanoose County, Iowa. Eliza was the eldest of 13 children.  

John Worthington Fuller was the son of Shuble A. Fuller (b. May 3, 1810 in Chenango, New York) and Rhoda A. Worthington (b. 1815 in Hartford, Connecticut). There is also a Rhoda A. Worthington married to a Shubal Fuller with her being born on November 5, 1814 in Beekmantown, Clinton County, New York.

Shuble A. and Rhoda A. had eight children: John Worthington (b.June 20, 1847), Electra Althera Fuller (b.1836), Lucy Ann Fuller (b. 1839), Amanda Victoria Fuller (b.1841), Ledora Fuller (b. 1842), Ann Fuller (b.1843), Mary Vienna Fuller (b.1845), and Madaro Fuller (b. 1851). John W.’s father, Shuble died on November 2, 1851.

Shuble went to Alexandria near Keokuk after some supplies in 1851, and was stricken on the road home, supposedly with pneumonia, and died.  The illness at that time was called “a congestion” and there was no doctor to aid in fighting it.  John Payton dug a grave in a thicket where the present Oakland Cemetery is located and there Mr. Fuller was buried.”
– From Early Pioneer Stories”  From Appanoose Genealogical Society

Rhoda was left a widow with six girls and a 4 year old boy (John Worthington). 4 or 5 years later she married John Gordon.

Shuble A. Fuller was the son of Issac Fuller (b. April 30, 1775) and either a Lucy Warner (b. abt. 1779 in Chenango, New York). They had nine children: Harriet, Lora, Price, Olive (b. abt 1799), James (b. 1804 in Chenago, New York), Henry (b. 1810), Shuble A. (b. May 1810), Isaac (b. 1824), Armintus (b. 1826).  It appears that Lucy Warner had a second marriage with a Talbot, which might explain why she is also named Lucy Talbot.

Issac Fuller was the son of Mathew Fuller (b. March 6, 1750 in G.S., Bennington, Vermont, d. April 25, 1841 in Broome, New York) and Martha Arnold (b. March 7, 1756 in Broome County, New York, d. February 3, 1839). Mathew Fuller and Martha Arnold were married in 1774. They also had another son, Robert Fuller born March 22, 1785. Mathew is listed as a Revolutionary War soldier and he and his wife Martha are both buried in the Hazzard’s Corners Cemetary in Triangle, New York. There are supposedly pictures of their grave stones there along with an Elizabeth Fuller, who was supposed to be Mathew’s mother.

Mathew was the son of Jonathan Fuller, III (b. March 25, 1699 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts) and Elizabeth Wise (b. abt 1701 in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts, died 1808 in Triangle, Broome County, New York). They were married on March 30, 1725 in Attleborough, Bristol County, Massachusetts. My only question is that Mathew is supposedly born in 1750, so did they really wait 25 years to have children?

Jonathan Fuller, III was the son of Jonathan Fuller, II (b. December 23, 1665 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, d. October 15, 1716 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts) and Mary Stevens (b. July 16, 1665 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, d. after January 28, 1730/31). Jonathan II and Mary were married on February 15, 1686. They had eight children: Jonathan III, Ester (b.1688), Francis (b. 1690), Mehitable (b. 1692), Mary (b.1694), Jeremiah (January 25, 1703), Elizabeth (b.August 30, 1696), and Peleg (b. December 20, 1701).

Jonathan Fuller, II was the son of Jonathan Fuller I (b. June 15, 1643 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, d. February 10, 1709 in Attleboro, Bristol, Massachusetts, burial: Rehoboth, MA) and Marie Elizabeth (or Elizabeth Marie) Wilmarth (WILLMOT) (b. April 4, 1647 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts).  It says they were married on February 4, 1647. Another source has Jonathan I, being killed in an Indian attack on 1676.

Jonathan Fuller I, was the son of Robert Fuller (b. 1615 in Redenhall, Harleston, Norfolk, England) and Sarah Bowen (b.1616 in Swansea,,Glamorgan, Wales), daughter of Richard and Ann Bowen. Robert Fuller and Sarah Bowen were married on April 23, 1647 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts.

 Robert Fuller came from Southhampton, England in ship Bevis in 1638.  Robert Fuller was the grandson of Robert, the Butcher, Fuller and the nephew of the Mayflower Samuel and Edward Fuller. He settled in Salem, MA which was his first residence in New England.  He removed to Rehoboth, where he had purchased or held lands in 1645.  He was made a freeman at Rehoboth in 1658, but seems to have retained his residence in Salem, as shown by deeds in which he signed himself as “bricklayer of Salem” until about1 1665, when a division of land was made in Rehoboth and a settlement established.  King Philip’s war, so-called, broke out and in 1676 the indians attacked Rehoboth and burned the houses of the settlement.  Robert Fuller lost two sons during the war, and James Savage in his “Genealogocial Dictionary of New England,” Vol II, p 218 says: “By the records of Rehoboth, his wife Sarah was buried 14th Oct, 1676.”

   Having lost two sons and his wife, his home burned by the Indians, he evidently was driven from the enjoyment of his estate and returned to Salem. The records show that he paid four pounds, ten shillings and three pence for his assessment of King Philip’s war.  He appears to have remained in Salem for about 20 years, having in the meantime married his second
wife, widow Margaret Waller, with whom he again settlled in Rehoboth in 1696.  His wife Margaret died at Rehoboth 30 Jan 1700, and he died there 10 May 1706.  He evidently was a man of thrift and means, as he acquired extensive tracts of land in Rehoboth, Attleboro, Seekonk, and on the Pawtucket River.  He was the first and only bricklayer in New England for many years.
  
He had several children: Johathan, Elizabeth, John Samuel, Abagail and Benjamin.  In a deed of 28th May 1696 for land in Rehoboth, he calls Jonathan “his eldest son:..

Robert was the son of Thomas(b. December 13, 1571 in Redenhall, Norfolk, England, d. May 30, 1659 in Redenhall) and Anne Fuller. They were married on January 22, 1598.

Thomas Fuller was the son of Robert Fuller (b.1539 in Redenhall, Norfolk, England, d.1614 in Redenhall, Norfolk, England) and Sara Dunkhorn (b. 1558 in Harleston, Norfolk, England, d.bef July 1, 1584). Robert and Sarah were married on January 29, 1572. Robert was also known as “the butcher” which was probably his occupation. 

Robert’s will from the Norfolk Archdeaconry Court, Norwich. Register, 1614;folio 259

Roberde Fuller, of the parish of Redenhall, yeoen, will dated 19 May, 1614, proved 31 May 1614 by the widow, and 16 June 1614, by son Thomas Fuller. Direct to be buried in Redenhall Church yard. Gives to wife Frances, a Times tenement call Assyes, in Harleston or Redenhall, for term of her natural life, with a little orchaard adjoining which “I late bought of John Cook now occupied by my son-in-law, James Spalding,” for her life.
Robert “the butcher” was the son of John Fuller (b.Abt 1510) and Ann Collinge (b. Abt 1514). John Fuller was a farmer in Redenhall, Norfolk, England about the time of Henry VIII’s reign.

John Fuller was the son of William Fuller (b. Abt 1483) and Alice Linge. William was a farmer in Redenhall, Norfolk, England in the time of Edward I’s reign.

William Fuller was the son of John (b. Abt 1460) and Alice Fuller. John was a farmer in Redenhall, Norfolk, England.

John Fuller was the son of William Fuller (b. abt 1433) and an unknown woman who was born about 1427.William Fuller was a farmer in Redenhall, Norfolk, England during the time of Henry VI’s reign.