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Ruth Fuller (1733 - 1791)

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Ruth Fuller
Born in Colchester, New London, Connecticutmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married in Sharon, Litchfield, Connecticutmap
[children unknown]
Died in Sharon, Litchfield, Connecticut, United Statesmap
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Fourth Generation descendant of Mayflower passenger, Samuel Fuller.

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Biography

Ruth, daughter of Joseph Fuller and Lydia Day, was born about 1733 in Colchester, New London, Connecticut. She married Job Gould Jr. of Sharon, Connecticut. Ruth was his second wife. [1]


Research Notes

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Sources

  1. Fuller, William Hyslop.: Vol. 1, Pages 49. Turn to desired page

See also:

  • Fuller, William Hyslop. Fuller Genealogies (C.B. Fiske & Co., Palmer, Mass.: Vol 1 dtd 1908; Vol 2 dtd 1910) (William Hyslop Fuller, 23 School St, Palmer, Mass.: Vol 3 dtd 1914; Vol 4 dtd 1919)

Acknowledgments

Thank you to Michael Spencer for creating WikiTree profile Fuller-3360 through the import of Grace_2013-11-02.ged on Nov 2, 2013. Click to the Changes page for the details of edits by Michael and others.




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