Elizabeth Fuller: Birth: 1770. Death: 7 SEP 1838
Note: Joshua Jr. was born in Lebanon, Connecticut. but in 1763 removed to West Stafford, Connecticut. and later bought a farm in adjoining Monson, MA where he died. He was appointed Lieutneant of the13th Company of the 5th Regt by the General Assembly of the Colony in 1770. Under the reorganization of the Militia in 1774 his regiment became the 22nd. He represented Stafford in the General Assembly several times. His son Bazeliel was left with his uncle, Capt. Samuel Fuller, in Lebanon when the rest of the family moved to Stafford. In 1763 he removed from Lebanon to West Stafford, Connecticut. He afterward bought an adjoining farm in Monson, Massachusetts, were he died May 20, 1808, ae. 82. ... His oldest son, Bezeliel, did not go to Stafford with the rest of the family, but remained with his uncle Capt. Samuel, from whom he inherited the old homestead in Lebanon, purchased by his grandfather Joshua in 1722. [p. 23] His [Joshua's] farm was on the State line; afterwards he purchased adjoining land in Monson, Massachusetts, which became his home, and where four of his sons settled, viz: Eleazer, Sylvanus, Joshua and John, of whom an old and leading townsman writes, "these four brothers were farmers in Monson, Massachusetts, living on the Conn. State line; they were very much respected and useful men in our community, and honored the name of Fuller and true citizenship" He was married to Margaret RICHARDSON on 12 Oct 1748.
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