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Jane Fuller (Lothrop)

Also Known As: "Lothrop", "Jane Lathropp"
Birthplace: Edgerton, Kent, England
Death: before 1683
Barnstable, Barnstable County, Massachusetts
Place of Burial: Barnstable County, Massachusetts, British Colonial America
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Reverend John Lothrop and Hannah Lathrop
Wife of Samuel Fuller, "Mayflower" Passenger
Mother of Hannah Bonham; Samuel Fuller; Elizabeth Taylor; Sarah Fuller (died young); Mary Williams and 4 others
Sister of Thomas Lathrop; Anne Lothrop (died young); John Lothrop; Barbara Emerson; Judge Samuel Lathrop and 2 others
Half sister of Honorable Barnabas Lothrop, Esq.; Abigail Clark; Bathsheba Marsh; Capt. John Lathrop; Elizabeth Williams and 3 others

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About Jane Fuller

Children of Hannah HOUSE and John LOTHROP are:

1.+Jane LOTHROP, b. ca. 29 Sep 1614, Edgerton, Kent, England948, d. Aft. 1658, Barnstable, Barnstable, MA.


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Samuel Fuller and Jane Lothrop married on April 8, 1635 in Scituate, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. They were married by Captain Miles Standish at the James Cudworth house.

Samuel, son of Edward Fuller, came in the Mayflower to New England with his parents, who died and left him an orphan. He went to live with his uncle, Dr. Samuel Fuller, who was the first physician in the country.

6. JANE [5] LOTHROP (John[4], Thomas[3], Robert[2], John[l]) was baptized at Egerton, Kent, 29 September 1614. She died probably at Barnstable between 1658 and 1683. She was married in Scituate by Capt. Miles Standish, 8 April 1635 to SAMUEL FULLER, son of Edward & Ann Fuller(a).

Children (surname FULLER):

  • i. HANNAH[6], d. 1685; m. 1 Jan. 1658/9, NICHOLAS BONHAM of Barnstable.
  • ii. SAMUEL, bapt. in Scituate 11 Feb. 1637/8; d. probably at Barnstable before 28 Dec. 1691; m. ANNA FULLER daughter of Capt. Matthew Fuller.
  • iii. ELIZABETH, b. 1640; d. Oct. 1683; m. JOSEPH TAYLOR.
  • iv. SARAH, b. in Scituate, bapt. in Barnstable, 1 Aug. 1641; d. about 1651/54; m. MR. CROW.
  • v. MARY, bapt. in Barnstable, 16 June 1644; d. in area of Norwich, Conn., 1720; m. 18 Nov. 1674, JOSEPH WILLIAMS, son of John Williams of Haverhill, Mass.
  • vi. THOMAS, bapt. in Barnstable, 18 May 1651; d. Oct. 1683; m. MISS CROWE.
  • vii. SARAH, b. in Barnstable, 10 Dec. 1654; m. probably JOHN CROWELL, SR. of Yarmouth, Mass.
  • viii. JOHN, b. in Barnstable about 1656; d. in East Haddam, Conn., between 28 Feb. and 20 May, 1726; m. about 1678, MEHITABLE ROWLEY, daughter of Moses Rowley, Sr.
  • ix. A CHILD, b 8 Feb. 1658; d. 23 Feb. 1658.


Jane was born in 1614 at Egerton, Kent, England, to John Lothropp and Hannah Howse. She was baptized in her father's church, September 29, 1614 at Egerton, Kent, England. Huntington Page 87

When Jane was about twenty years old, her mother Hannah died and the Lathropp Family left England and sailed on the ship "The Griffin" to America in 1634. She married Samuel Fuller, son of Edward Fuller Unknown (often called Ann) Unknown, April8, 1635, who came from England on the Mayflower in 1620. Samuel and Jane were married in Scituate, Massachusetts by Capt. Miles Standish onthe 4th day of the week.<ref name="Huntington" /> Mr. Standish was one of the Pilgrims on The Mayflower in 1620 and a military leader of Plymouth Colony. Jane and Samuel settled in Scituate and built their first house in 1636 on 20 acres of land. Even though church records report Samuel in Barnstable in 1641, they didn't become permanent residents of Barnstable until after Jan. 1,1644.

Samuel and Jane had nine children. Two of them, Sarah (1641-) and John (1658-1658) both died young. Sarah probably passed away between the birth of two sisters, Mary (1644) and Sarah (1654).

There is no known record of Jane's death or where she may be buried. She may have died some time between the birth of her last known child in 1658 and the death of her husband, Samuel, in 1683. Huntington doesn't mention Jane's death but did supply the data to estimate her time and place of death. Jane most likely passed away in Barnstable where both her last child's birth and her husband's death occurred.


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Jane Fuller's Timeline

April 29, 1614
England, United Kingdom
September 29, 1614
Edgerton, Kent, England
September 29, 1614
Egerton, Kent, England (United Kingdom)
September 29, 1614
Edgerly, Kent, England, England
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Egerton, Kent, England
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Egerton, Kent, England
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Egerton, Kent, England
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Edgerly, Kent, England
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Edgerly, Kent, England
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Edgerly, Kent, England, England