He died on the 31 July 1610 and was buried on the 6 August 1610 in Dunsford, Devon, England.
His will dated 9 April 1610 and proved 15 November 1610 mentions:
wife Ursula Fulford
daughters Elizabeth Beryman, Anne Fulforde
sons William Fulforde, Thomas Fulford
brothers Andrewe Fulford, Gabriell Fulford, Arthur Fulforde
executor Sir Francis Fulford, knt., son and heir apparent
witnesses include Thomas Achym
His restored monument and inscription survives in Dunsford Church.
"Heare lyethe Sir Thomas Fulforde who died last day of July Ano Do. 1610. Also his wife Ursula who died 1639 daughter of Richd Bampfield of Poltimore Esqr. Their children: 1st Sir Francis who married Ann heir of Bernard Samways Esqr of Toller, Dorset; 2nd William; 3rd Thomas; 4th Bridget, married to Arthur Champernown Esqr of Dartington; 5th Elizabeth married to John Berriman Esqr; 6th Ann married to John Sydenham of Somerset"
The monument was restored in 1845 by Col. Baldwin Fulford. The name of their daughter Mary whose effigy appears on the monument was omitted.
↑ Probate record, Johannis Fulford, militis, 12 April 1578, proved 23 Jan. 1581, Court of the Bishop of Exeter, Owen Murray Collection of Wills, 1600-1800. FHL microfilm 916900. Mentions my son and heir, Thomas Fulford.
↑ Vivian, J. L. ed. The Marriage Licenses of the diocese of Exeter from the Bishop's Registers. Exeter: W. Pollard & Co.,1887. p. 6 "Mr. Thomas Fulford, Esquire, and Ursula Bampfield, Gent."
↑ 4.04.14.24.220.127.116.11 Rylands, J.P., ed., The Visitation of the County of Dorset, taken in the year 1623, by Henry St George, Richmond Herald, and Sampson Lennard, Bluemantle Pursuivant, marshals and deputies to William Camden, Clarenceux King of Arms. (Harleian Society. 20. London, 1885), Addenda, 9-11, Fulford.
↑ 6.06.1 Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 26 October 2018), memorial page for Sir Thomas Fulford (1553–31 Jul 1610), Find A Grave Memorial no. 27852800, citing St Mary Churchyard, Dunsford, Teignbridge District, Devon, England ; Maintained by Mgreen2 (contributor 46817414) .
↑ 7.07.1 Amery, P. F. S., John S. Amery, and J. Brooking Rowe eds., Devon notes and queries: a quarterly journal devoted to the local history, biography and antiquities of the county of Devon. Exeter: James G. Commin, 1901,
Sir Thomas Fulford's Moument in Dunsford Church
↑ "England & Wales, Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills, 1384-1858," database with images, Ancestry.com; Will of Thomas Fulford of Fulford, Devon, dated 9 April 1610, proved 15 November 1610
↑ Visitor Booklet, St Mary's Church, Dunsford, p.3