Mary Fuller: Birth: 1691.
Note: Lived first in Salem, afterwards in Rehoboth where he died 11 Jan 1711. Five of his six sons settled in Lebanon, Connecticut. His father deeded him land in Rehoboth at his majority in 1679 and again at his marriage in 1686 on which he maide his home until he died. Before moving to Rehoboth he lived several years in Salem where several of his children were born. Benjamin was a large land holder. The farm he sold his brother, Abiel in 1726 remained within the family for over 175 years. His home was about three miles from Seekonk (then a part of Rehoboth) where Robert and his sons John, Smauel, and Benjamin were buried Benjamin FULLER was born in 1657 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts. He died on 11 Jan 1711/12 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts. Benjamin Fuller, Robert's youngest son, was born in 1657 while Robert was living in Rehoboth. He probably returned with his father to Salem after his mother Sarah had been killed in the Indian attacks, because he married his first wife, Mary Darling, in Salem. Their first three children also were born there: Benjamin, John, and Mary. When Benjamin was 21, his father deeded him land in Rehoboth. Eventually, Benjamin moved there again, this time with his own family. In 1695, Mary had another child, Ezekiel, but unfortunately she died shortly after giving birth. Benjamin later married Judith Smith, and had three more children; Amos, Joshua and Abiel. Benjamin, like his father, was also a Congregationalist, and all of Benjamin's children were eventually baptized by Rev. John Greenwood, at the Rehoboth First Congregational Church. The record of Ezekiel's Baptism still exists today. Benjamin died in Rehoboth in about 1711. The probate original records of his estate still exist, and are kept at Taunton. These records shed much light on the life of Benjamin as an early colonist. No information regarding Mary Darling has been found yet, however. All of his children, except JOHN removed to Lebanon, Connecticut., between the years 1720 and 1726. By date of deeds, JOSEPH MARTIN May 4, 1720; BENJAMIN, June 2, 1720; AMOS, Aug. 31, 1721; JOSHUA, Nov. 5, 1722; EZEKIEL and ABIEL, Sept. 1, 1726. He was married to Judith Smith on 13 Jan 1699.
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