|Birth: ||Feb. 11, 1741|
|Death: ||Sep. 6, 1824|
New York, USA
Parents Josiah Fuller (1719-1751) and Mercy [Mary] Whitaker (1715-aft. 1746)
Revolutionary War Veteran
D.A.R. Ancestor #A042168
Service: Vermont (Newfane, Windham Co.)
Service Source: NARA M881, Comp Mil Serv Recs, Roll #893
Service Description: 1) Capt. John Burt, Col Samuel Fletcher, Militia
Son Ephraim Fuller was also a Revolutionary War Veteran: D.A.R. Ancestor #A042216; Private, Massachusetts
Both military rank and birth year inscriptions on gravestone are incorrect; vital records from Stow, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts (shown to right) state that Benjamin Fuller was born 11 Feb 1741/42. His service record (NARA M881, COMP MIL SERV RECS, ROLL #893) confirm he entered and left military service as a Private.
Anna Blood Fuller (1741 - 1762)
Rebecca Wilder Fuller (1739 - 1807)
Ephraim Fuller (1762 - 1842)*
Joseph Fuller (1780 - 1862)*
Mary Fuller Birdsall (1783 - 1871)*
Lydia Fuller Brainard (1791 - 1875)*
Lucinda Fuller Merchant (1796 - 1828)*
CAPT. BENJ. FULLER
1734 -- 1824.
HIS WIVES WERE
1741 -- 1762.
1739 -- 1807.
Note: Inscribed birth year and rank for Benjamin Fuller are incorrect on stone obviously created long after interment of those memorialized; mention of first wife Anna Blood is "in memorium only" thus a cenotaph as she died in Concord, burial unknown.
New York, USA
Maintained by: pkarchs
Originally Created by: Sarah
Record added: Nov 11, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44199360
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