Noah Fuller (1739 – )

“Dr. Noah Fuller was one of the early settlers of Westmoreland. On the 6th day of April, 1779, he being at that time a resident of Wrentham, Mass., he purchased of Zethon Bailey, of this town, 100 acres of land in lot 3, range 3, division 2, the deed of which was recorded July 19, 1780. Here he built a log house and settled with his wife, though he subsequently built a large two story house on the first road leading from East Westmoreland to Surry. His wife died after bearing him one son, Josiah, and he married for his second wife Esther Ware, of Wrentham, who bore him eight children, as follows: Noah, Robert, Joshua, Joseph, Eunice. Abigail, Dorothy and Sybil. The Doctor held many positions of trust and responsibility, and is buried in the old cemetery in Surry.”

Source:  Gazetteer of Cheshire County, New Hampshire, 1736-1885, by Hamilton Child, Syracuse, New York, 1885, page 521


Noah Fuller (1739 – ) — 1 Comment

  1. I am trying to pinpoint this on a map? This was in East Westmoreland and I wonder, if it is on land that my wife and I own?

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