Isaiah Fuller

M, #70469, (circa 1735 - 15 October 1825)
Custom index:Revolutionary War
Last Edited:22 Feb 2016

Child with Sarah (–?–):

Child with an unknown spouse/person:

  • Mary Fuller b. say 1760
Isaiah Fuller, born circa 1735 (g.s.)1,2, married, circa 1754, Sarah (–?–).3,4 She died 1 May 1808 (c.r., Montague, Massachusetts), "a. 76 y."5 1 Apr 1818, he was added to the Revolutionary pension roll of Massachusetts, based upon his wartime rank of private.3
     Of Montague, there he made his will 24 Jun 1824. He mentions no wife, but bequeaths as follows: To daughter Mary Eastman, wife of Asahel, my bed - bedquilt, wolen sheets, bedsted, bedrobe and bed blanket; to son-in-law Asahel Eastman, my Hat; to daughter-in-law Anna Fuller, my small glass; to grandchildren Jerusha Ingraham, my Comfortable and cotton sheets, Rebekah Ingraham, my Rose bed blanket and cotton sheets, and Fuller Ingraham, my Lanthorn; to granddaughter Charlotte Hinkley, my Tramel Tongs, Quart Basen, Funnel and Powder stick; to grandchildren Capt. Horrace Brooks, my Jug, and Patty Brooks, my chest and salt mater(?); to granddaughters Lucinda Fuller, my black silk handkercheef, and Melinda Fuller, my bandanah handkercheef; to grandaughter Patience Burnham, all my wareing Aperel; to grandchildren Sally Peck, my Snuff Box, and Moses Brooks, my glass bottle and Tobaco Box; to Rodolphus Taylor my pen nife; and to granddaughter Phila Berry "any article that I have not mentioned in this will which shall remain at my dicease." Any residue from his pension was to be applied to the purchase of gravestones for Isaiah and his wife. Guardian Nathan Chenery was named executor. Witnesses: Oliver Taylor, Lucy Taylor, Ruth Taylor.6
     He died 15 Oct 1825 (g.s.), a. 901, and is buried in Montague.3
     See "Isaiah Fuller of Montague, Hampshire County" in "Western Massachusetts Families in 1790," a NEHGS database project online at

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S754] Vital Records of Montague Massachusetts To the End of the Year 1849, 134, Isaiah Fullar d. (g.s.).
  2. [S2181] New England Historic Genealogical Society, "Western Massachusetts Families in 1790", "Isaiah Fuller of Montague, Hampshire County," 1.
  3. [S1596] Dave Thaler, "Fullers of Montague and Amherst."
  4. [S2181] "Western Massachusetts Families in 1790", "Moses Brooks of Montague, Hampshire County," 1.
  5. [S754] Montague VR, 134, w. Isaiah Fullar d. (c.r.).
  6. [S1595] Will of Isaiah Fuller (24 Jun 1824, Montague, MA).
  7. [S2181] "Western Massachusetts Families in 1790", "Isaiah Fuller of Montague, Hampshire County."