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Descendants of
Robert Fuller
of Salem & Rehoboth
Richard L. Hardesty
P. O. Box 130158
Coram, MT 59913
(406) 387-5513
Ultimate Family Tree, ver 2.0
HARDESTY Project Version 60
September 6, 1998
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ROBERT  FULLER  of  Salem  and Rehoboth  was  one  of  several emmigrant  Fullers.   His origins are obscure.   Many have tied him to the Mayflower Fullers, but this is uncertain at best.
     What  is  given  here  is  a  straight line descent for the first several generations from Robert,  and is by no means complete.   This line of Fullers is tied to several other families,  notably Gifford, Morton, Jenney & Carpenter.  See these lines for the details.
    Among  Robert's descendants given here is Timothy Fuller of Duchess county, New York.   He fought in the Revolutionary War (see DAR Patriot Index), as did a brother and two brothers-in-law.  Those who are descendants of  John Coleman Hardesty  and  his  brother  James  Franklin  Hardesty  can  claim Timothy  as an ancestor, as John and James married Fuller sisters, descendants of Timothy.
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