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Capt. Matthew Fuller

Also Known As: "Son of Mayflower passenger"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Redenhall Parish, Harleston, Norfolk, England
Death: August 22, 1678
Barnstable, Plymouth Colony, Colonial America
Place of Burial: Unknown
Immediate Family:

Son of Edward Fuller, "Mayflower" Passenger and Wife of Edward Fuller, Mayflower" Passenger
Husband of Frances Fuller
Father of Mary Jones; Elizabeth Rowley; Lt. Samuel Fuller; Dr. John Fuller and Anna Fuller
Brother of Samuel Fuller, "Mayflower" Passenger

Occupation: Surgeon General, physician, soldier, civic leader, Capt./ physician, surgeon general of the Plymouth forces
Managed by: James Michael Lathrop, Jr.
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About Capt. Matthew Fuller

Mayflower descendant; his father was Edward Fuller. -tcd

Family

Capt. Matthew married Frances (birth name not known; should not be confused with Frances Hyde or Lyde, wife of Capt. Matthew's cousin who was also named Matthew but was a son of John Fuller). She was born in England and died after Oct. 30, 1678 in MA? Her parents are unknown.

They had at least 5? children, Note (may be out of order)

  • Lt. Samuel (Killed in King Philip's War; & he was a member of the committee appointed to view injury done to the Indians by the cattle of the British and to assess damages. He was also a town officer, m. Mary ?, had 7 children,
  • Mary (m. Ralph Jones friendly to the Quakers, had 10 children,
  • Elizabeth (m. Moses Rowley, had 10 children,
  • Anne(m. Samuel Fuller Jr., (Samuel2, Edward1) and had 6 children,
  • John (he was a doctor, m. #1 Bethiah ?

Notes

http://www.familyorigins.com/users/b/l/o/Peter-E-Blood/FAMO5-0001/d...

Captain Matthew FULLER was born in 1603 in Redenhall, Norfolk, England. (3811)(3812) (3813)(3814) Whether Matthew was a son of the Mayflower immigrant Edward Fuller was been disputed for nearly a century before it was resolved. In the article, "Was Matthew Fuller of Plymouth Colony a Son of Pilgrim Edward Fuller," Bruce Campbell MacGunnigle tackles all of the arguments on both side and concludes that he was. His parents and brother Samuel arrived on the Mayflower on 1620. His parent died shortly after but Matthew did not come to Plymouth until 1640. He emigrated before 26 Oct 1640 to Plymouth, Plymouth Colony.(3815) (3816) He sold a parcel to Andrew Ridge (first recorded document of Matthew in America) on 26 Oct 1640 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony.(3817) He took the oath of a freeman in 1642 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony. (3818)(3819) He appeared in court in 1642 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony. (3820)(3821) He was on a jury. He assigned 10 acres near Thurston Clark in 1642 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony.(3822) He served as a in 1643 in English-Narragansett Conflict (1643-1645). (3823)(3824) He two acres of land which he recieved as a gift from his brother Samuel on 16 Mar 1648 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony.(3825) (3826) He moved before 1652 to Barnstable, Plymouth County.(3827) (3828) He lived in the northwest corner of Barnstable at Scroton Neck. He served as a Barnstable Militiaman between 1652 and 1673 in Barnstable, Plymouth County.(3829) (3830) On 20 Jun 1654, he was appointed a Lieutenant under Mile Standish, as part of a 50-man quota, to fight the Dutch at Manhattan, but peace between England and Holland was declared 23 Jun 1654, and the expedition was cancelled. On 2 Oct 1658, he was elected to the Council on War and in 1671, he became its Chairman. In 1673, he became Surgeon General of the Colony troops. He appeared in court after 1652 in Barnstable, Plymouth County. (3831) Fined for taking public stand in support of the Quakers. He was Deputy to the Plymouth County court in 1653 in Barnstable, Plymouth County. (3832)(3833) He took the oath of a freeman on 7 Jun 1653 in Barnstable, Plymouth County. (3834) He appeared in court on 2 Oct 1658 in Plymouth Colony.(3835) Fined 50 shillings for speaking reproachfully to the court concerning the law governing maintenance of ministers. He served as an Added to Council of War in 1671. Captain of the Plymouth Colony forces and surgeon in 1675 between 1671 and 1675 in King Philip's War (1675-1676).(3836) (3837) (3838)(3839) Being in his 70s at the time of the war, Matthew was somewhat reluctant to take the job. he told Colonel Benjamin Church that he had become "ancient and heavy" and feared he would be overwhelmed by travel and fatigue. He signed a will on 25 Jul 1678 in Barnstable, Barnstable, MA. (3840)(3841) 667 £ including 200 £ in pearls, diamonds and other stones. He died between 25 Jul 1678 and 22 Aug 1678 in Barnstable, Barnstable, MA. (3842)(3843) (3844)(3845) Besides his land in Barnstable, he had been granted land in Falmouth and Middleboro for distinguished service. He died a wealthy man. He left, according to his inventory, £667 (including £200 in pearls, diamonds, and other stones) on 22 Aug 1678 in Barnstable, Barnstable, MA.(3846) He was a physician, surgeon in Massachusetts.(3847) (3848) (3849) He was one of the first surgeons to settle at Barnstable. He was appointed surgeon of the force of the colony. In 1673, he was appointed Surgeon General of the Colony Troops in Barstable. He granted land in Falmouth and Middleboro for distinguished service.(3850) Parents: Edward FULLER and Wife.

He married to Francis about 1629 in England. (3851)(3852) (3853) I assumed that they were married one year before the birth of their eldest child. MacGunnigle (478) say that he was fined for taking a stand in support of Quakers. Children were: Samuel FULLER, Mary FULLER , Elizabeth FULLER, Anne FULLER, John FULLER.

Francis Lyde was born before 1614 in England.(121) I assumed that she was at least 15 when she bore her first child. She emigrated before 26 Oct 1640 to Plymouth, Plymouth Colony. (122) She died after 26 Oct 1678.(123) (124)

She married to Captain Matthew FULLER about 1629 in England. (125)(126) (127) I assumed that they were married one year before the birth of their eldest child. MacGunnigle (478) say that he was fined for taking a stand in support of Quakers. Children were: Samuel FULLER , Mary FULLER, Elizabeth FULLER, Anne FULLER, John FULLER.

http://www.familyorigins.com/users/b/l/o/Peter-E-Blood/FAMO5-0001/d...

Samuel FULLER was born before 1630 in England.(3866) (3867) Probably born in England Parents: Captain Matthew FULLER and Francis.

http://www.familyorigins.com/users/b/l/o/Peter-E-Blood/FAMO5-0001/d...

Mary FULLER was born between 1630 and 1640 in England. (3809)(3810) Probably born in England Parents: Captain Matthew FULLER and Francis.

http://www.familyorigins.com/users/b/l/o/Peter-E-Blood/FAMO5-0001/d...

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://www.familyorigins.com/users/b/l/o/Peter-E-Blood/FAMO5-0001/d...

Anne FULLER was born between 1630 and 1640.(3781) (3782) May have been born in England of Plymouth Colony. Parents: Captain Matthew FULLER and Francis.

http://www.familyorigins.com/users/b/l/o/Peter-E-Blood/FAMO5-0001/d...

John FULLER was born after 1640 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony. (3807)(3808) Probably born in Plymouth Colony. Parents: Captain Matthew FULLER and Francis.

http://www.anamericanfamilyhistory.com/Fuller%20Family/FullerMatthe...


First Colonial Surgeon General



1652 elected as Lieutenant for Barnstable Militia, 1654 Served as Lietuenant under Capt. Miles Standish,10/2/1658 elected a member of the Council of War,12/17/1673 he was appointed Surgeon General of the Colony troops,Captain of the Plymouth Colony forces


  1. Genealogy of some descendants of Captain Matthew Fuller, John Fuller of ... By William Hyslop Fuller. Page 11

CAPTAIN MATTHEW FULLER'S DEATH AND WILL:

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Capt. Matthew Fuller’s Will

Transcribed from the Original Recrords BY GEORGE ERNEST BOWMAN MD 13:7

CAPT. MATTHEW FULLER died at Barnstable between 25 July, 1678, the day he made his will, and 22 August, 1678, the date of the inventory. The will and inventory are recorded in the Plymouth Colony Wills and Inventories, Volume III, Part II, Pages 127 – 129.

[CAPT. MATTHEW FULLER'S WILL]

[3: 2: 127] The five and twentieth Day of July in the yeer of our Lord one thousand six hundred seaventy and eight; I Mathew ffuller of the Towne of Barnstable in the Collonie of New Plymouth; being sicke of body but of Good and prfect memory thankes be unto almighty God; and Calling to Remembrance the uncertaine state of this transitory life and that all fflesh must yeild unto Death when it shall please God to Call; Doe make Constitute and ordaine; and Declare this my last will and Testament, In manor and forme following; Revoakeing and Anulling by these prsents all and every Testament and Testaments will and wills heertofore by mee made and Declared either by word or writing; and this to be taken onely for my last will and Testament; and none other; and first being pen itent and sorry from the bottom of my hart for my sins past most humbly Desireing forgivenes for the same; I Give and Comitt my soule unto almighty God my Saviour and Redeemer, in whom and by the Merretts of Jesus Christ, I trust and be leive assuredly to be saved, and my body to be buried in such place, as my executors heerafter Named shall appoint; and Now for the settleing of my temporall estate; and such Goods Chattles and Debts as it hath pleased God farr above my Deserts to bestow on mee; I Doe order Give and Dispose the same in manor and forme following That is to say first I will That all those Debts and Dutyes as I ow in Right or Consience to any manor of prson or prsons whatsoever shalbe well and truely Contented, or ordained to be payed, within Convenient time after my Decease by my executors heerafter Named;

Item I Give and bequeath unto Shubeall Jones my Grand Child the Reputed son of Ralph Jones, the angle lott of Marsh meddow, which I formerly bought of his father Ralph Jones, after ffrancis my wifes Decease

I Give and bequeath the one halfe of all the Rest of my Lands & meadows I have in the Townshipp of Barnstable, or else where in America To my welbeloved son John ffuller; after ffrancis my wifes Decease

I Give and bequeath unto the Naturall sonnes of my son Samuell ffuller Deceased, Thomas ffuller Jabez ffuller Timothy ffuller Matthias ffuller, and Samuell ffuller, The other halfe of all the Lands and meddowes I have in the Townshipp of Barnstable or elsewhere in America; after my wifes Decease;

I Give and bequeath to Samuell ffuller the son of Samuell ffuller my Eldest son Deceased, my now Dwelling house with all the land and meadow belonging to the homsted where I now live; after my wifes Decease; and if it happen that hee should Die without Issue That then it shall Goe to the Rest of them bretheren that Doe survive Item It is my will that if my son John ffuller Die without Issue that then the lands and meddowes I have already Given to him Bethyah the wife of John ffuller shall enjoy the full benifitt; and use of them to her Dieing Day; and then to Goe to the Rest of my Children begotten of my owne body;

I Give and bequeath to my Daughter Mary Jones the wife of Ralph Jones Ten pounds in mony;

Item I Give and bequeath unto my Daughter Anne ffuller The now wife of Samuell ffuller ten pounds in mony;

Item I Give and bequeath unto my Daughter Elizabeth Rowley the wife of Moses Rowley ten pounds in mony;

Item I Give and bequeath unto Sarah Rowley the Daughter of Moses Rowley all my sheep; and by these prsents I Doe appoint Jedediah Jones to oversee the sheepp That they be Imployed wholly for the use of the said Sarah;

Capt. Matthew Fuller’s Will and Inventory 9

Item I Give and bequeath ten pounds to Jedediah Jones the son of Ralph Jones in mony;

Item I Give to every one of my Male Grandchildren halfe a Crown a peece in old England mony;

[p. 128] Item I Give to every one of my femall Grandchildren twelve pence a peece in old England mony; Item I Give to Ralfe Jones Samuell ffuller Junir: and Moses Rowley senir my sones in law five shillings apeece in mony;

Item I Give and bequeath unto my onely beloved son John ffuller twenty pounds in silver mony, and to bethya his wife twenty shillings in Gould;

I Give to Mary ffuller the late wife of my son Samuell ffuller Deceased five shillings in Mony;

I Give and bequeath unto Robert Marshall the Scotsman a peece of Cloth Intended to make mee a suite; off;

Item I Give to Jaser Tayler two Raysers;

Item I Give and bequeath to ffrancis my Deare and welbeloved wife; whoe by these prsents I Doe ordaine and Declare to be the sole executrix of this my last Will and Testament the use and Improvement of all my housing lands and Meddowes Dureing her Naturall life; as alsoe all my Moveables houshold stuffe Cattle horse kind swine; and whatsoever else Can be Named undisposed of to be att her Dispose for ever.

In witnes wherof I have heerunto sett my hand and seale the Day and yeer abovesaid

Signed and sealed Mathew ffuller and a seale in the prsence of Joseph Laythorpe John Hawes

Leift: Joseph Laythorp and John hawes made oath to the truth of the Will abovewritten: viz: That they Did see Capt: Mathew ffuller above said; signe and seale and Declare this aforsaid Will to be his last Will and Testament; before the Court holden att Plymouth the 30th of October 1678

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Birth: Oct., 1605, England Death: 1678 Barnstable Barnstable County Massachusetts, USA

Born, say 1605 to Edward Fuller of Redenhall, Norfolk, England. Married Frances (perhaps Iyde) about 1625 in England. Their child: Elizabeth (Fuller) Rowley. His death date is not of record, but his will was written on July 25, 1678 and the inventory of his estate was made on Aug. 22, 1678. Source: Anderson:Great Migration Study Project

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According to FINDaGRAVE contributor Jeanne Garrett, all his children were: Mary Fuller, born Bet. 1625-1630 Samuel Fuller, Lt. Elizabeth Fuller, born 1632 Anne Fuller, born 1640 John Fuller, Dr., born Aft. 1640

  • **************************************** Matthew Fuller did not accompany his parents and brother on the Mayflower. He was likely older than his younger brother Samuel (b. about 1608) and may have stayed in England (with other children?) to continue his education. He is first mentioned in the New England Records in a deed October 1640 and it's believed that 1640 is the year of his arrival and that of his family. He was granted 10 acres in Plymouth in April, 1642, the same year he was a juryman and propounded Freeman. However, he did not take the Freeman's oath until 7 June 1653. He was appointed sergeant in the militia in 1643; Miles Standish was Captain. He removed to Barnstable from Plymouth by 1652, possibly as early as 1650. A physician, he was named lieutenant of the military company of Barnstable at the General Court in Plymouth 5 Oct. 1652 and, in 1653, he represented Barnstable in the General Court. On 2 Oct. 1658 he was elected one of the Council of War and, in 1671, named it's chairman and one of the magistrates of the Colony. In the same year he was named lieutenant of the forces to be sent against the Saconet Indians. He was appointed surgeon of the forces of Plymouth colony 17 Dec. 1673; named Captain of the Plymouth forces in 1675 during King Philip's War. He was the first regular physician at Barnstable and resided in it's northwest corner, in an area called Scorton Neck. He also owned land in Middleboro and Falmouth, grandted for services provided to the Colony. His will was dated 25 July 1678 and was proved 30 Oct. 1678. His estate was appraised on 22 Aug. 1676 at 1,667 pounds, 4, 6, a very large amount for the times. " Among items is the following: " Pearls, precious stones and diamonds, at a guess, 200 pounds." (From "Genealogy of Some of the Desc. of Capt. Matthew Fuller, " William Hyslop Fluller, 1914, pg. 12). Although I have read of the possibility that Matthew married a second time to a wife named Hannah who bore him daughter Anne, Matthew's will clearly names his wife as Frances, as well as names daughter Ann, wife of Samuel Fuller. See " Was Matthew Fuller of Plymouth Colony a Son of Pilgrim Edward Fuller?" in TAG Vol. 61, pp. 194-199 for a discussion of Matthew's parentage and the strong evidence that Edward was his father, rather than John, brother of Edward.
    • *************************************** CAPTAIN MATHEW FULLER'S WILL Transcribed from the Original Records By George Ernest Bowman MD 13:7 Capt. Mathew Fuller died at Barnstable between 25 July, 1678, the day he made his will, and 22 August, 1678, the date of the inventory. The will and inventory are recorded in the Plymouth Colony Wills and Inventories, Volume lll, Part ll, Pages 127-129. (Capt. Mathew Fuller's Will) (3:2:127) The five and twentieth Day of July in the yeer of our Lord on thousand six hundred seaventy and eight; I Mathew ffuller of the Towne of Barnstable in the Collonie of New Plymouth; being sicke of body but of Good and prfect memory thankes be unto almighty God; and Calling to Remembrance the uncertaine state of the transitory life and that all fflesh must yeild unto Death when it shall please God to Call; Doe make Constitute and ordaine; and Declare this my last will and Testament, In manor and forme following; Revoakeing and Anulling by these prsents all and every Testament and Testaments will and wills heertofore by mee made and Declared either by work or writing; and this to be taken onely for my last will and Testament; and none other; and first being penitnet and sorry from the bottom of my hart for my sins past most humbly Desireing forgivenes for the same; I Give and Comitt my soule unto almighty God my Saviour and Redeemer, in whom and by the Merretts of Jesus Christ, I trust and be leive assuredly to be saved, and my body to be buried in such place, as my executors heerafter Named shall appoint; and Now for the settleing of my temporall estate; and such Goods Chattles and Debts as it hath pleased God farr above my Deserts to bestow on mee; I Doe order Give and Dispose the same in manor and forme following That is to say first I will That all those Debts and Dutyes as I ow in Right or Consience to any manor of prson of prsons whatsoever shalbe well and truely contented, or ordained to be payed, within convenient time after my Deceased by my executors heeafter Named; Item I Give and bequeath unto Shubeall Jones my Grand Child the Reputed son of Ralph Jones, the angle lott of Marsh meddow, which I formerly bought of his father Ralph Jones, after ffrancis my wifes Decease I Give and bequeath the one halfe of all the Rest of my Lands & meadows I have in the Townshipp of Barnstable, or else where in America To my welbeloved son John fuller; after ffrancis my wifes Decease I Give and bequeath unto the Naturall sonnes of my son Samuell ffuller Deceased, Thomas ffuller Jabez ffuller Timothy ffuller Matthias ffuller, and Samuell ffuller, The other halfe of all the Lands and meddowes I have in the Townshipp of Barnstable or elsewhere in America; after my wifes Decease; I Give and bequeath to Samuell ffuller the son of Samuell ffuller my Eldest son Deceased, my now Dwelling house with all the land and meadow belonging to the homested where I now live; after my wifes Decease; and if it happen that hee should Die without Issue That then it shall Goe to the Rest of them bretheren that Do survive Item It is my will that if my son John fuller Die without Issue that then the lands and meddowes I have already Given to him Bethyah the wife of John ffuller shall enjoy the full benifitt; and use of them to her Dieing Day; and then to Goe to the Rest of my Children begotten of my owne body; I Give and bequeath unto my Daughter Mary Jones the wife of Ralph Jones Ten pounds in mony; Item I Give and bequeath unto my Daughter Anne ffuller the now wife of Samuell ffuller ten pounds in mony; Item I Give and bequeath unto my Daughter Elizabeth Rowley the wife of Moses Rowley ten pounds in mony; Item I give and bequeath unto Sarah Rowley the Daughter of Moses Rowley all my sheep; and by these prsents I Doe appoint Jedediah Jones to oversee the sheepp That they be Imployed wholly for the use of the said Sarah; Capt Mathew Fuller's Will and Inventory 9 Item I Give and bequeath ten pounds to Jedediah Jones the son of Ralph Jones in mony; Item I Give to every one of my Male Grandchildren halfe a Crown a peece in old England mony; (p.128) Item I Give to every on of my femall Grandchildren twelve pence a peece in old England mony; Item I Give to Ralfe Jones Samuell ffuller Junir: and Moses Rowley senir my sones in law five shillings apeece in mony; Item I Give and bequeath unto my onely beloved son John ffuller twenty pounds in silver mony, and to bethya his wife twenty shillings in Gould; I give to Mary ffuller the late wife of my son Samuell ffull Deceased five shillings in Mony; I Give and bequeath unto Robert Marshall the Scotsman a peece of Cloth Intended to make mee a suite; Item I Give to Jaser Tayler two Raysers; Item I give and bequeath to ffrancis my Deare and welbeloved wife; whoe by these prsents I Doe ordaine and Declare to be the sole executrix of this my last Will and Testament the use and Improvement of all my housing lands and Meddowes Dureing her naturall life; as alsoe all my Moveables houshold stuffe Cattle horse kind swine; and whatsoever else Can be Named undisposed of to be att her Dispose for ever In witnes wherof I have heerunto sett my hand and seale the Day and yeer abovesaid Signed and sealed Mathew ffuller and a seale in the prsence of Joseph Laythrope John Hawes Leift: Joesph Laythrop and John hawes made oath to the truth of the Will above written: viz: That they Did see Capt. Mathew ffuller above said; signe and seale and Declare this aforsaid Will to be his last Will and Testament; before the Court holden att Plymouth the 30th of October 1678

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Parents:
 Edward Fuller (1575 - 1621)
 Ann Fuller (1581 - 1621)
Spouse:
 Frances Iyde? Fuller (1605 - 1678)*
Children:
 Mary Fuller Jones*
 John Fuller*
 Samuel Fuller (____ - 1676)*
 Elizabeth Fuller Rowley (1627 - 1714)*
 Ann Fuller Fuller (1639 - ____)*
Sibling:
 Matthew Fuller (1605 - 1678)
 Samuel Fuller (1608 - 1683)*
  • Calculated relationship

Burial: Unknown

Created by: Linda Mac Record added: Feb 22, 2009 Find A Grave Memorial# 34104400



Matthew Fuller did not accompany his parents and brother on the Mayflower. He was likely older than his younger brother Samuel (b. about 1608) and may have stayed in England (with other children?) to continue his education. He is first mentioned in the New England Records in a deed October 1640 and it's believed that 1640 is the year of his arrival and that of his family. He was granted 10 acres in Plymouth in April, 1642, the same year he was a juryman and propounded Freeman. However, he did not take the Freeman's oath until 7 June 1653. He was appointed sergeant in the militia in 1643; Miles Standish was Captain. He removed to Barnstable from Plymouth by 1652, possibly as early as 1650.

A physician, he was named lieutenant of the military company of Barnstable at the General Court in Plymouth 5 Oct. 1652 and, in 1653, he represented Barnstable in the General Court. On 2 Oct. 1658 he was elected one of the Council of War and, in 1671, named it's chairman and one of the magistrates of the Colony. In the same year he was named lieutenant of the forces to be sent against the Saconet Indians. He was appointed surgeon of the forces of Plymouth colony 17 Dec. 1673; named Captain of the Plymouth forces in 1675 during King Philip's War.
He was the first regular physician at Barnstable and resided in it's northwest corner, in an area called Scorton Neck. He also owned land in Middleboro and Falmouth, grandted for services provided to the Colony. His will was dated 25 July 1678 and was proved 30 Oct. 1678. His estate was appraised on 22 Aug. 1676 at 1,667 pounds, 4, 6, a very large amount for the times. " Among items is the following: " Pearls, precious stones and diamonds, at a guess, 200 pounds." (From "Genealogy of Some of the Desc. of Capt. Matthew Fuller, " William Hyslop Fluller, 1914, pg. 12).
Although I have read of the possibility that Matthew married a second time to a wife named Hannah who bore him daughter Anne, Matthew's will clearly names his wife as Frances, as well as names daughter Ann, wife of Samuel Fuller. See " Was Matthew Fuller of Plymouth Colony a Son of Pilgrim Edward Fuller?" in TAG Vol. 61, pp. 194-199 for a discussion of Matthew's parentage and the strong evidence that Edward was his father, rather than John, brother of Edward.

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Age: 74

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Capt. Matthew Fuller
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Matthew Fuller was born about Oct 1605 in Redenhall, Norfolk, England[1][2][3][4]

Matthew Fuller passed away between 25 July 1678 and 22 Aug 1678 (date of inventory), in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA.[5][6][7][8][9]

Capt. Matthew Fuller, son of Mayflower passenger Edward Fuller and grandson of Robert Fuller and his wife (thought to have been Sara Dunkhorn) of Norfolk, was born before 1608, and died between July 25 and Aug. 22, 1678 in Barnstable, Barnstable Co.; Capt. Matthew married Frances (birth name not known; should not be confused with Frances Hyde or Lyde, wife of Capt. Matthew's cousin who was also named Matthew but was a son of John Fuller). She was born in England and died after Oct. 30, 1678 in MA? Her parents are unknown. They had at least 5 children, Note (may be out of order); first three or four born in England, last probably Plymouth.[10]:

Lt. Samuel (Killed in King Philip's War; & he was a member of the committee appointed to view injury done to the Indians by the cattle of the British and to assess damages. He was also a town officer, m. Mary ?, had 7 children, Capt. Thomas (In the Barnstable Militia, m. Elizabeth Lathrop), Jabez(large landholder, m. Mary Hallett), Anne (m. Joseph Smith), Timothy(blacksmith, m. #1 Sarah Gates; m.#2 Marah/Mary Champion), Matthias (died young), Abigail (m.? Israel? Stowell?), and Samuel Jr.(a sergeant, m. Elizabeth Thatcher)), Mary (m. Ralph Jones friendly to the Quakers, had 10 children, Matthew Jones (m. #1? ?; m. #2? Mercy Goodspeed), Shubael Jones, Jedediah Jones (m. Hannah Davis), John Jones (m. Abigail ?), Mercy Jones, Ralph Jones Jr.(m. Deborah Coombs), Samuel Jones(m. Mary Blish), Ephram Jones, Mary Jones, and Mehitable Jones (m.? Gideon? Gifford?)), Elizabeth (m. Moses Rowley), had 10 children, Mary (m. John Weeks a carpenter), Moses Jr. (m. #1 Mary (Fletcher?), m. #2 Mary Crippen Corbe), unknown child (died an infant), Shubael (twin) (m. Catherine Crippen), Mehitable (twin) (m. John Fuller), Sarah, Nathan (m. Mercy Hatch), Aaron (m. Mary Weeks), Matthew (m. Joanna ?) and John (m.? Deborah Fuller?)), Anne(m. Samuel Fuller Jr., (Samuel2, Edward1) and had 6 children, Barnabas (m. Elizabeth Young), Joseph (m. Thankful Blossom), Matthew (m. Patience Young), Benjamin (m. ?), Desire (m. John Taylor) Sarah b after 30 Dec 1670 Living 1691, n.f.r John (he was a doctor, m. #1 Bethiah ? and m. #2 Hannah Morton Lydia (by Bethia)(m. Joseph Dimmock); Bethia (by Hannah) (m. Barnabas Lothrop), Lt. John Jr. (m. Thankful Gorham) and Reliance (m. John Prince))[11][12] Did Not Accompany His Parents And Brother On The Mayflower Matthew Fuller did not accompany his parents and brother on the Mayflower. He was likely older than his younger brother Samuel (b. about 1608) and may have stayed in England (with other children?) to continue his education. He is first mentioned in the New England Records in a deed October 1640 and it's believed that 1640 is the year of his arrival and that of his family. He was granted 10 acres in Plymouth in April, 1642, the same year he was a juryman and propounded Freeman. However, he did not take the Freeman's oath until 7 June 1653. He was appointed sergeant in the militia in 1643; Miles Standish was Captain. He removed to Barnstable from Plymouth by 1652, possibly as early as 1650[13] [14]

Lieutenant Of The Military Company Of Barnstable, then promoted to Captain A physician, he was named lieutenant of the military company of Barnstable at the General Court in Plymouth 5 Oct. 1652 and, in 1653, he represented Barnstable in the General Court. On 2 Oct. 1658 he was elected one of the Council of War and, in 1671, named it's chairman and one of the magistrates of the Colony. In the same year he was named lieutenant of the forces to be sent against the Saconet Indians. He was appointed surgeon of the forces of Plymouth colony 17 Dec. 1673; named Captain of the Plymouth forces in 1675 during King Philip's War.[15] [16]

Achievement: First Regular Physician At Barnstable He was the first regular physician at Barnstable and resided in it's northwest corner, in an area called Scorton Neck. He also owned land in Middleboro and Falmouth, grandted for services provided to the Colony. His will was dated 25 July 1678 and was proved 30 Oct. 1678. His estate was appraised on 22 Aug. 1676 at 1,667 pounds, 4, 6, a very large amount for the times. " Among items is the following: " Pearls, precious stones and diamonds, at a guess, 200 pounds."[17] [18]

Matthew Fuller did not accompany his parents and brother on the Mayflower. He was likely older than his brother Samuel (b. about 1608) and may have stayed in England (with other children?) to continue his education. He is first mentioned in the New England Records in a deed October 1640 and it's believed that 1640 is the year of his arrival and that of his family. He was granted 10 acres in Plymouth in April, 1642, the same year he was a juryman and propounded Freeman. However, he did not take the Freeman's oath until 7 June 1653. He was appointed sergeant in the militia in 1643; Miles Standish was Captain. He removed to Barnstable from Plymouth by 1652, possibly as early as 1650.

A physician, he was named lieutenant of the military company of Barnstable at the General Court in Plymouth 5 Oct. 1652 and, in 1653, he represented Barnstable in the General Court. On 2 Oct. 1658 he was elected one of the Council of War and, in 1671, named it's chairman and one of the magistrates of the Colony. In the same year he was named lieutenant of the forces to be sent against the Saconet Indians. He was appointed surgeon of the forces of Plymouth colony 17 Dec. 1673; named Captain of the Plymouth forces in 1675 during King Philip's War.

He was the first regular physician at Barnstable and resided in its northwest corner, in an area called Scorton Neck. He also owned land in Middleboro and Falmouth, granted for services provided to the Colony. His will was dated 25 July 1678 and was proved 30 Oct. 1678. His estate was appraised on 22 Aug. 1676 at 1,667 pounds, 4, 6, a very large amount for the times. " Among items is the following: " Pearls, precious stones and diamonds, at a guess, 200 pounds." (From "Genealogy of Some of the Desc. of Capt. Matthew Fuller, " William Hyslop Fuller, 1914, pg. 12).

He is buried in the Lothrop Hill Cemetery in Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts.

Main Fuller Source:

MacGunnigle, Bruce Campbell. Mayflower Families Trhough Five Generations; Descendants of the Pilgrims who Landed at Plymouth, Mass., December 1620. Volume Four, Third Edition, Family of Edward Fuller. Plymouth MA: General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 2006. (also known as the "silver books" series.)

The Confusions that surround Capt. Matthew Fuller & the Fuller's in general.

1. The Mayflower Society does believe that Capt. Matthew's father was Edward Fuller who went over the Mayflower. The evidence for this was a letter made by Dr. Samuel Fuller (also of the Mayflower) to Matthew when he was still in England. Dr. Samuel Fuller helped support Matthew's education back in England. Dr. Samuel Fuller was a brother of Edward, and thus the letter indicates Dr. Samuel was an Uncle to Matthew Fuller. Matthew, himself, did not go over the Mayflower but came later.

2. We do not know for sure the last name of Capt. Matthew Fuller's wife, Frances and the exact birth dates of his children. It is so murky that some researchers wonder if all the children had the same mother.

3. Another confusion is Capt. Matthew Fuller's daughter, Elizabeth. Some researchers have confused her with the Elizabeth who m. Thomas Upson. It is believed by the Mayflower Society that our Elizabeth m. Moses Rowley and did not marry anybody else.

4. For researchers connection to the John Fuller/Mehitable Rowley connection, there is a dispute on 2 children who also married into the Rowley family. Several researchers have Deborah (m. John Rowley) and Anne (m. Jonathan Rowley) as children of John and Mehitable. If you are connected to either Deborah or Anne you are still a Mayflower Descendant through Capt. Matthew Fuller's daughter Elizabeth, but may not be through John (father, Samuel, went over on the Mayflower). The Mayflower Society believes Deborah and Anne may have come from another Fuller family that was in the area.

5. As far as the Mayflower Society knows, at least since 1995, (and anybody can tell me if this has changed since) there were only 2 children of Edward Fuller. He could have had several wives but we only know about one that went with him in the Mayflower. We still do not know for sure what even her first name is. We only have possibles of what her name is apparently and I put those possibilities in my Summary.

For some reason, researchers have added another sibling to the mix. A Hannah who was younger than Samuel based on the dates I saw. As far as I know, there was no such sibling who married a Lothrop. She could be connected to Robert Fuller's family because that usually is where the confusion is. He had big family and sometimes different branches get confused.

: As per hand written account of Helen Portia McCaslin b. 5-14-1901, "Edward's oldest son Dr. Matthew Fuller, born and educated in England, came to America in 1640, bringing his wife Frances and three children. He became prominent in the Plymouth Colony, was made Sergeant of the famous military company under Captain Miles (should be spelled Myles) Standish 1643, and Lieutenant in 1654. He was elected Member of the Council of War in 1658, and became its Chairman in 1671. He was appointed Surgeon General in 1673 and served as Captain of the Plymouth forces during the King Phillips War in which his oldest son, Samuel was killed, March 25, 1676.

Captain Matthew Fuller was an honorable man, faithful in the performance of every duty of good understanding and sound judgement. Yet in his independent zeal he was sometimes indiscreet in his language "saying many things which had better been unsaid". He died 1678, leaving large possessions. He married his first wife Frances in England. Married his second wife Hannah...." In "Saints and Sinners" by George F. Willison, Reynal & Hitchcock, New York, 1945, Ch. XXI, page 364-365 it states, "Yet there was no denying the ground of the complaint. As the condition could no longer be ignored, the Saints took an unprecedented step, reversing a historic policy. The "true" church, they had always contended, was a purely voluntary fellowship, a free association of like-minded Christians, to which each contributed what he would or could. Abandoning this fundamental of their faith, they now made support of the church compulsory, a legal obligation upon all--one of the "tyrannies" they had found so intolerable in the Anglican church. Each town was ordered to appoint officers to rate the estates of all inhabitants for the new pulpit tax. This measure was greeted with much audible groaning and several vehement protests, DR. MATTHEW FULLER of Duxbury spoke the minds of many when he declared---for which he drew a 50s. fine--that surely the "Divill sat in the stern" when the General Court passed this "wicked" law establishing a virtual tithe system." Capt. Matthew Fuller's Will

Transcribed from the Original Records BY GEORGE ERNEST BOWMAN MD 13:7

CAPT. MATTHEW FULLER died at Barnstable between 25 July, 1678, the day he made his will, and 22 August, 1678, the date of the inventory. The will and inventory are recorded in the Plymouth Colony Wills and Inventories, Volume III, Part II, Pages 127 - 129.

[CAPT. MATTHEW FULLER'S WILL]

[3: 2: 127] The five and twentieth Day of July in the yeer of our Lord one thousand six hundred seaventy and eight; I Mathew ffuller of the Towne of Barnstable in the Collonie of New Plymouth; being sicke of body but of Good and prfect memory thankes be unto almighty God; and Calling to Remembrance the uncertaine state of this transitory life and that all fflesh must yeild unto Death when it shall please God to Call; Doe make Constitute and ordaine; and Declare this my last will and Testament, In manor and forme following; Revoakeing and Anulling by these prsents all and every Testament and Testaments will and wills heertofore by mee made and Declared either by word or writing; and this to be taken onely for my last will and Testament; and none other; and first being pen itent and sorry from the bottom of my hart for my sins past most humbly Desireing forgivenes for the same; I Give and Comitt my soule unto almighty God my Saviour and Redeemer, in whom and by the Merretts of Jesus Christ, I trust and be leive assuredly to be saved, and my body to be buried in such place, as my executors heerafter Named shall appoint; and Now for the settleing of my temporall estate; and such Goods Chattles and Debts as it hath pleased God farr above my Deserts to bestow on mee; I Doe order Give and Dispose the same in manor and forme following That is to say first I will That all those Debts and Dutyes as I ow in Right or Consience to any manor of prson or prsons whatsoever shalbe well and truely Contented, or ordained to be payed, within Convenient time after my Decease by my executors heerafter Named;

Item I Give and bequeath unto Shubeall Jones my Grand Child the Reputed son of Ralph Jones, the angle lott of Marsh meddow, which I formerly bought of his father Ralph Jones, after ffrancis my wifes Decease

I Give and bequeath the one halfe of all the Rest of my Lands & meadows I have in the Townshipp of Barnstable, or else where in America To my welbeloved son John ffuller; after ffrancis my wifes Decease

I Give and bequeath unto the Naturall sonnes of my son Samuell ffuller Deceased, Thomas ffuller Jabez ffuller Timothy ffuller Matthias ffuller, and Samuell ffuller, The other halfe of all the Lands and meddowes I have in the Townshipp of Barnstable or elsewhere in America; after my wifes Decease;

I Give and bequeath to Samuell ffuller the son of Samuell ffuller my Eldest son Deceased, my now Dwelling house with all the land and meadow belonging to the homsted where I now live; after my wifes Decease; and if it happen that hee should Die without Issue That then it shall Goe to the Rest of them bretheren that Doe survive

Item It is my will that if my son John ffuller Die without Issue that then the lands and meddowes I have already Given to him Bethyah the wife of John ffuller shall enjoy the full benifitt; and use of them to her Dieing Day; and then to Goe to the Rest of my Children begotten of my owne body;

I Give and bequeath to my Daughter Mary Jones the wife of Ralph Jones Ten pounds in mony;

Item I Give and bequeath unto my Daughter Anne ffuller The now wife of Samuell ffuller ten pounds in mony;

Item I Give and bequeath unto my Daughter Elizabeth Rowley the wife of Moses Rowley ten pounds in mony;

Item I Give and bequeath unto Sarah Rowley the Daughter of Moses Rowley all my sheep; and by these prsents I Doe appoint Jedediah Jones to oversee the sheepp That they be Imployed wholly for the use of the said Sarah; Capt. Matthew Fuller's Will and Inventory 9

Item I Give and bequeath ten pounds to Jedediah Jones the son of Ralph Jones in mony;

Item I Give to every one of my Male Grandchildren halfe a Crown a peece in old England mony;

[p. 128] Item I Give to every one of my femall Grandchildren twelve pence a peece in old England mony; Item I Give to Ralfe Jones Samuell ffuller Junir: and Moses Rowley senir my sones in law five shillings apeece in mony;

Item I Give and bequeath unto my onely beloved son John ffuller twenty pounds in silver mony, and to bethya his wife twenty shillings in Gould;

I Give to Mary ffuller the late wife of my son Samuell ffuller Deceased five shillings in Mony;

I Give and bequeath unto Robert Marshall the Scotsman a peece of Cloth Intended to make mee a suite; off;

Item I Give to Jaser Tayler two Raysers;

Item I Give and bequeath to ffrancis my Deare and welbeloved wife; whoe by these prsents I Doe ordaine and Declare to be the sole executrix of this my last Will and Testament the use and Improvement of all my housing lands and Meddowes Dureing her Naturall life; as alsoe all my Moveables houshold stuffe Cattle horse kind swine; and whatsoever else Can be Named undisposed of to be att her Dispose for ever In witnes wherof I have heerunto sett my hand and seale the Day and yeer abovesaid

Signed and sealed Mathew ffuller and a seale in the prsence of Joseph Laythorpe John Hawes

Leift: Joseph Laythorp and John hawes made oath to the truth of the Will abovewritten: viz: That they Did see Capt: Mathew ffuller above said; signe and seale and Declare this aforsaid Will to be his last Will and Testament; before the Court holden att Plymouth the 30th of October 1678

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Capt. Matthew Fuller's Timeline

1603
October 16, 1603
Redenhall Parish, Harleston, Norfolk, England
October 16, 1603
Redenhall, Norfolk, England
October 16, 1603
Redenhall, Norfolk, England
October 16, 1603
Redenhall, Norfolk, England
October 16, 1603
Redenhall, Norfolk, England
1625
1625
England, United Kingdom
1626
April 4, 1626
Reddenhall, Harlston, Norfolk, England (United Kingdom)
1635
February 11, 1635
Plymouth Colony, Colonial America
1638
February 11, 1638
Barnstable, Barnstable County, Plymouth Colony, Colonial America