NINTH GENERATION on Glen's Father's side(25) He died in March 1721 (or 1715/16) in Windham County, Connecticut. At a town meeting in Salem, 23 August 1686, Thomas Fuller, Jr., was on a list of 101 freeholders eligible for jurymen. In 1715, he relocated to Connecticut and settled in Windham County and lived on Hampden Hill. He was appointed tavern keeper and after his death his widow was allowed to run the tavern. His will was executed by his wife Martha and their son Stephen. The children by his first wife were provided for in his will.
Thomas married first, Ruth Richardson . She was born 14 April 1647, in Woburn, the third daughter of Thomas and Mary (Baldwin) Richardson of Charlestown and Woburn. She and Thomas had five children: Thomas (b. 3 May 1671, d. 1753, m. Elizabeth Andrews, 3 May 1693); Jonathan (b. 19 July 1673, m. Susanne Trask 3 January 1694); John (b. 22 November 1676, d. 14 May 1735, m. Phebe Simonds 22 January 1704/5); Joseph (b. 12 August 1679, d. 27 March 1748, m1. Rachel Buxton 10 April 1710, m2. Susanna Dorman 8 August 1713); William (b. 30 November 1685, m1. Elizabeth Goodell 16 October 1714, m2. Deborah Hill 15 June 1741).
Thomas married second, Martha DURKEE* on 19 July 1699, in Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts.
Children of Thomas and Martha Fuller were: