Elizabeth Rowley (Fuller) (1632 - 1732) MP

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Birthplace: Norfolk, UK
Death: Died in Colchester, New London, Connecticut, United States
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About Elizabeth Rowley (Fuller)

Mayflower descendant - her grandfather was Edward Fuller. -tcd

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Elizabeth FULLER was born between 1630 and 1640 in England. (3795)(3796) (3797) Probably born in England She emigrated before 26 Oct 1640 to Plymouth, Plymouth Colony.(3798) She appeared in court in May 1714 in East Haddam, Middlesex, CT. (3799) According to Daniels (648), there must have been friction about moving to Haddam because Elizabeth claimed that her husband Moses sold land in Falmouth without her consent and tried to deed the rights to the land to her children in Falmouth in return for support. She died after 7 Mar 1715 in CT. (3800) Probably died in East Haddam or Colchester. Parents: Captain Matthew FULLER and Francis.

She married to Moses ROWLEY on 22 Apr 1652 in Barnstable, Plymouth County.(3801) (3802) (3803)(3804) (3805)(3806) Children were: Mary ROWLEY, Moses ROWLEY , Child ROWLEY, ROWLEY , Shubael ROWLEY, Mehitable ROWLEY, Sarah ROWLEY, Nathan ROWLEY, Aaron ROWLEY, John ROWLEY, Matthew ROWLEY.

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On 30 May 1714 Elizabeth, widow of Moses (2) Rowley, executed an unusual and interesting conveyance, recorded in East Haddam Deeds, 1:553:

To all Christian people to whom thesepresents shall come. 1, Elizabeth Rowley, widow & Relique to MosesRowley, late of haddom on the east side in ye County of hartford in hurmajesties Colloneyof Conectecut In New England, deceased,; whearas upon ourcoming from falmouth in the county of barnstable in yeprovince of theMassachusettsBay in afores'd New England, my Late husband made a conveyance of his Landshe was possessed off in falmoth afores'd unto Thomas Parker and Joseph parkerof s'd falmoth, which convayance was utterly against my consent, I haveing thearfore Resarved my Rightof dowry or thirds thearin, as the Law allows, and more over, whearas whatwas left me for my maintainance by my s'd husband at his decease in haddomwas by Reson of ye frowns of providence, but litter, in so much that I have bin fain to Rely myselfe upon there kindness of my sons, Moses Rowley and John fuller, of aboves'd haddom,which nesecitates me to Look out for my due, either for myown present Relief, or to Retalliate these that have and are doing for me, or both: Thcarfore know ye and all men, &c, that 1, the s'd Elizabeth Rowle, for the Resons above mentioned, as allso for and in consideration of Love, good will and affection which I have and doe bare to my s'd sons, Moses Rowley and John ffuller, afores'd, have given and grantted . . . In equall proportion to them . . . all my Right of dowry and power of thirds which Is my just due from the lands my husband conveyed away as aforcs'd, as allso whatever hereafter may be due from the same....

Witness: Thomas Gates, William Lord,

Elizabeth X Rowley

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Her death had to be after the May 30, 1714 date, because that was the day she deeded over some land to one of her sons and one of her sons-in-law. ------------------------------------------

http://www.familyorigins.com/users/b/l/o/Peter-E-Blood/FAMO5-0001/d27.htm#P1516

Elizabeth FULLER was born between 1630 and 1640 in England. (3795)(3796) (3797) Probably born in England She emigrated before 26 Oct 1640 to Plymouth, Plymouth Colony.(3798) She appeared in court in May 1714 in East Haddam, Middlesex, CT. (3799) According to Daniels (648), there must have been friction about moving to Haddam because Elizabeth claimed that her husband Moses sold land in Falmouth without her consent and tried to deed the rights to the land to her children in Falmouth in return for support. She died after 7 Mar 1715 in CT. (3800) Probably died in East Haddam or Colchester. Parents: Captain Matthew FULLER and Francis.

She married to Moses ROWLEY on 22 Apr 1652 in Barnstable, Plymouth County.(3801) (3802) (3803)(3804) (3805)(3806) Children were: Mary ROWLEY, Moses ROWLEY , Child ROWLEY, ROWLEY , Shubael ROWLEY, Mehitable ROWLEY, Sarah ROWLEY, Nathan ROWLEY, Aaron ROWLEY, John ROWLEY, Matthew ROWLEY.

http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=unionmc&id=I550

On 30 May 1714 Elizabeth, widow of Moses (2) Rowley, executed an unusual and interesting conveyance, recorded in East Haddam Deeds, 1:553:

To all Christian people to whom thesepresents shall come. 1, Elizabeth Rowley, widow & Relique to MosesRowley, late of haddom on the east side in ye County of hartford in hurmajesties Colloneyof Conectecut In New England, deceased,; whearas upon ourcoming from falmouth in the county of barnstable in yeprovince of theMassachusettsBay in afores'd New England, my Late husband made a conveyance of his Landshe was possessed off in falmoth afores'd unto Thomas Parker and Joseph parkerof s'd falmoth, which convayance was utterly against my consent, I haveing thearfore Resarved my Rightof dowry or thirds thearin, as the Law allows, and more over, whearas whatwas left me for my maintainance by my s'd husband at his decease in haddomwas by Reson of ye frowns of providence, but litter, in so much that I have bin fain to Rely myselfe upon there kindness of my sons, Moses Rowley and John fuller, of aboves'd haddom,which nesecitates me to Look out for my due, either for myown present Relief, or to Retalliate these that have and are doing for me, or both: Thcarfore know ye and all men, &c, that 1, the s'd Elizabeth Rowle, for the Resons above mentioned, as allso for and in consideration of Love, good will and affection which I have and doe bare to my s'd sons, Moses Rowley and John ffuller, afores'd, have given and grantted . . . In equall proportion to them . . . all my Right of dowry and power of thirds which Is my just due from the lands my husband conveyed away as aforcs'd, as allso whatever hereafter may be due from the same....

Witness: Thomas Gates, William Lord,

Elizabeth X Rowley

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Her death had to be after the May 30, 1714 date, because that was the day she deeded over some land to one of her sons and one of her sons-in-law.

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Elizabeth Rowley's Timeline

1632
1632
Norfolk, UK
1653
March 20, 1653
Age 21
Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts
1654
April 10, 1654
Age 22
Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts
1656
August 15, 1656
Age 24
Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts
1660
January 11, 1660
Age 28
Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
January 11, 1660
Age 28
Scornton Neck, Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA
1662
September 16, 1662
Age 30
Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA
1664
1664
Age 32
Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA
1666
May 1, 1666
Age 34
Barnstable, Barnstable, Massachusetts, USA
1667
October 22, 1667
Age 35
Barnstable Town, MA, USA