Ann? Fuller (1577 - 1621) MP

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Nicknames: "Ann Hopkins", "Ann Hall", "Anne Hopkins"
Birthplace: Redenhall, Harleston, Suffolk, England, (Present UK)
Death: Died in Plymouth, Massachusetts
Cause of death: Died during the first winter in Plymouth.
Managed by: Timothy Cannell Davis
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About Ann? Fuller

Her name is not known. There is some speculation that her name was Ann, and some have speculated that her name was Ann Hopkins. However, that has not been verified.

http://www.mayflowerhistory.com/Passengers/MrsFuller.php

The identity of Edward Fuller's wife has not been discovered.  In James Savage's Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England (1860-1862), Edward Fuller's wife was given as "Ann".  However, there are no American or English records known which gives her name.  I suspect James Savage may have made a simple typographical error:  Mayflower passenger Edward Tilley had a wife Ann; or perhaps he saw a reference to Edward's sister Ann Fuller.  Nonetheless, numerous sources published after 1860 have utilized Savage's Genealogical Dictionary, and so the identification of Ann as his wife can be found in numerous other books and online resources.

There are a number of Edward Fuller marriages in the parish registers of England (see list below). Perhaps one of these is the Mayflower passenger. The marriage at Chigwell, Essex looks the most promising, based on the estimated ages of Edward Fuller's children.

   * Amy Lee, 21 November 1596, Abinger, Surrey, England
   * Ann Carpenter, 25 November 1597, Carlton, Bedford
   * Thomasine Sheppard, 2 May 1597, St. Gregory, Norwich, Norfolk
   * Joan Raven, 28 October 1599, Woodham Walter, Essex
   * Elizabeth Buck, 25 July 1602, Great Finborough, Suffolk
   * Barbara Colman, 10 June 1606, Chigwell, Essex
   * Agnes Croucher, 14 January 1607, West Horsley, Surrey

There is only a suggestion that her name was Ann. There are no documents referring to her by name. Only the wife of Edward Fuller. They both died very shortly after reaching shore at Plymouth.

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Edward Fuller's wife is not entirely known. Most believe that her name was Ann, but her last name is even more obscure. Hall is the name most often found, but that is speculative. She died during the first winter in Plymouth, along with her husband.

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http://www.mayflowerhistory.com/Passengers/MrsFuller.php

The identity of Edward Fuller's wife has not been discovered. In James Savage's Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England (1860-1862), Edward Fuller's wife was given as "Ann". However, there are no American or English records known which gives her name. I suspect James Savage may have made a simple typographical error: Mayflower passenger Edward Tilley had a wife Ann; or perhaps he saw a reference to Edward's sister Ann Fuller. Nonetheless, numerous sources published after 1860 have utilized Savage's Genealogical Dictionary, and so the identification of Ann as his wife can be found in numerous other books and online resources.

There are a number of Edward Fuller marriages in the parish registers of England (see list below). Perhaps one of these is the Mayflower passenger. The marriage at Chigwell, Essex looks the most promising, based on the estimated ages of Edward Fuller's children.

   * Amy Lee, 21 November 1596, Abinger, Surrey, England
   * Ann Carpenter, 25 November 1597, Carlton, Bedford
   * Thomasine Sheppard, 2 May 1597, St. Gregory, Norwich, Norfolk
   * Joan Raven, 28 October 1599, Woodham Walter, Essex
   * Elizabeth Buck, 25 July 1602, Great Finborough, Suffolk
   * Barbara Colman, 10 June 1606, Chigwell, Essex
   * Agnes Croucher, 14 January 1607, West Horsley, Surrey

There is only a suggestion that her name was Ann. There are no documents referring to her by name. Only the wife of Edward Fuller. They both died very shortly after reaching shore at Plymouth.

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Edward Fuller's wife is not entirely known. Most believe that her name was Ann, but her last name is even more obscure. Hall is the name most often found, but that is speculative. She died during the first winter in Plymouth, along with her husband.

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http://www.mayflowerhistory.com/Passengers/MrsFuller.php

The identity of Edward Fuller's wife has not been discovered. In James Savage's Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England (1860-1862), Edward Fuller's wife was given as "Ann". However, there are no American or English records known which gives her name. I suspect James Savage may have made a simple typographical error: Mayflower passenger Edward Tilley had a wife Ann; or perhaps he saw a reference to Edward's sister Ann Fuller. Nonetheless, numerous sources published after 1860 have utilized Savage's Genealogical Dictionary, and so the identification of Ann as his wife can be found in numerous other books and online resources.

There is only a suggestion that her name was Ann. There are no documents referring to her by name. Only the wife of Edward Fuller. They both died very shortly after reaching shore at Plymouth.

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Edward Fuller's wife is not entirely known. Most believe that her name was Ann, but her last name is even more obscure. Hall is the name most often found, but that is speculative. She died during the first winter in Plymouth, along with her husband.

There are a number of Edward Fuller marriages in the parish registers of England (see list below). Perhaps one of these is the Mayflower passenger. The marriage at Chigwell, Essex looks the most promising, based on the estimated ages of Edward Fuller's children.

   * Amy Lee, 21 November 1596, Abinger, Surrey, England
   * Ann Carpenter, 25 November 1597, Carlton, Bedford
   * Thomasine Sheppard, 2 May 1597, St. Gregory, Norwich, Norfolk
   * Joan Raven, 28 October 1599, Woodham Walter, Essex
   * Elizabeth Buck, 25 July 1602, Great Finborough, Suffolk
   * Barbara Colman, 10 June 1606, Chigwell, Essex
   * Agnes Croucher, 14 January 1607, West Horsley, Surrey

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Came to America aboard the Mayflower

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English Separatist. Arrived aboard the 'Mayflower' to the Plymouth Colony.

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Wife of Edward Fuller & "Mayflower" Passenger's Timeline

1577
April 22, 1577
Harleston, Suffolk, England, (Present UK)
1602
1602
Age 24
Norfolk, England, (Present UK)
1603
October 16, 1603
Age 26
Harleston, Norfolk, England, (Present UK)
1612
April 8, 1612
Age 34
Redenhall, Norfolk, England
1621
January 11, 1621
Age 43
Plymouth, Massachusetts

She & her husband died the first winter after arriving in Plymouth in 1620.

1914
October 27, 1914
Age 43
October 29, 1914
Age 43
1934
September 22, 1934
Age 43
September 22, 1934
Age 43
September 22, 1934
Age 43