I'm new to this, so I tried replying via the notice I received re: this post from you. I didn't realize it was a 'no reply'. Please forgive the delay.
That turned out to be a good thing, though, as I discovered I 'd been following the wrong Samuel Fuller! I'd mistaken the Salem line for the Rehoboth, which is the correct one! As Frost said, "That made all the difference"!
I have been using mostly free sites and info passed on to me through discussion boards. I have been able to follow my lineage (with supporting evidence) back to Timothy Fuller. He was born Nov. 15, 1799 and died Dec 2, 1866 (a suicide). He married twice 1) Mar 24, 1824 Olive Horton b (Rehoboth, MA) 10/16/1806; d ??? but prior to1865. 2) Feb 2, 1865 Ellen Hutton (Mrs. Edmond Taylor)Taylor b.1822 (England) d. Aug 25,1884 (Prov. RI.)
In addition, I have been able, through Ancestral files and Pedigree pages (which I realize are not 100%reliable sources), to go back with reasonable certainty through 3 further Timothys, to Samuel Fuller Jr. b.Nov 23, 1676 Rehoboth, MA d Dec 19, 1724 Rehoboth (or Dec14, 1701 Taunton, MA). He served in Captain Hunt's Co. in the militia. There is a note that he was born some months after his father, Samuel, Sr. died. Sr. was Capt. Samuel Fuller who died in King Phillip's War. b.1635 in Rehoboth, d. March 25, 1676 Married to Mary Ide sometime between 1653- 1657.
(That was the corrected info from my recent discovery.)
I have not knowingly connected with a Fuller here. I have invited one, though. I only recently have connected with a 'cousin' who is a genealogist and treasurer of the South Shore Genealogical Society in the Boston, MA area. Her connection is through my grandfather's brother, Warren Fuller. We have further connection through my great-grandmother, their mother, who was a German immigrant. She has more information- with actual documents from the Archives in Waltham, MA about the Fuller line.
I hope that helps.