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An American Family History

Sarah Fuller Crowell

Barnstable, Massachusetts was settled in 1639 when Parson Joseph Hull came to Cape Cod with and his congregation from Weymouth. A little later in the year, the Reverend John Lothrop brought his Congregationalists. They incorporated as the Town of Barnstable.

Sarah Fuller Crowell was born on December 10, 1654 in Barnstable, Massachusetts and was the daughter of  Samuel Fuller and Jane Lothrop.

According to Brainard, she may have married John Crowell, Senior of Yarmouth. 

In 1683 she inherited from her father “four pounds in Money and two Cowes" and “all my household stuffe to be equally Dvided" with her three sisters.

John died in 1714.
A Puritan was a member of the religious group in the 16th and 17th centuries that advocated "purity" of worship and doctrine who believed in personal and group piety. Puritans were persecuted in England and came to America so they would be free to practice their religion.

Children of Samuel Fuller
and Jane Lothrop:
  • Hannah Fuller Bonham
  • Samuel Fuller
  • Elizabeth Fuller Taylor
  • Sarah Fuller
  • Mary Fuller Williams
  • Thomas Fuller
  • Sarah Fuller Crowell
  • John Fuller
  • Women played an essential role in American society as mothers and homemakers.
     

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    "Edward Fuller and his Descendants" by Homer W. Brainard, Hartford, Connecticut in The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Volume 36 by New York Genealogical and Biographical Society

    3.....Sarah m. John Crowell of Yarmouth. The will of John Crowell, dated March 20, 1713-4, names wife Sarah, eldest dau. Jane O'Kellia, sons Thomas, John and Ephraim, daus. Sarah, Jemima, Thankful and Hannah.

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