An American Family History

Jane Lothrop Fuller

“Remember, remember always, that all of us, and you and I especially, are descended from immigrants and revolutionists."
― Franklin D. Roosevelt
The children of John Lothrop
and Hannah Howse
  • Thomas Lothrop
  • Jane Lothrop Fuller
  • Anne Lothrop
  • John Lothrop
  • Barbara Lothrop Emerson
  • Samuel Lothrop
  • Thomas Lothrop
  • Captain Joseph Lothrop
  • Benjamin Lothrop
  • and Ann Hammond
  • the Honorable Barnabas Lothrop
  • Abigail Lothrop Clark
  • Bathsheba Lothrop Bale Marsh
  • Captain John Lothrop
  • Jane Lothrop Fuller was baptised on September 29, 1614 in Edgerton, Kent County, England. Her parents were John Lothrop and Hannah Howse

    She came to America on the ship Griffin with her family in 1634.

    The Griffin left England August 1, 1634 and arrived in Boston on September 18, 1634 with about one hundred passengers and cattle for the plantations. The passengers included the Bartholomew, Cotton, Hammond, Haines, Heaton, Hutchinson (including dissident Anne), Lothrop, Lynde, Magatt, and Symmes families.

    She married Samuel Fuller in 1635. Their children and life together are described in detail in the section on Samuel and Jane Fuller.

    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
  • Various spellings of Lothrop: Lathrop, Laythrop, Lothroppe, Lothropp, Lowthrop, Lowthropp.


    ye is an archaic spelling of "the."

    Genealogical and Family History of Western New York, Volume 2 edited by William Richard Cutter

    After his marriage to Jane Lathrop, daughter of Rev. John Lathrop,

    at Mr. Cudworth's house in Scituate, by Captain Miles Standish, magistrate, 'on ye fourthe daye of ye weeke,' April 8-18, 1635,

    there is perhaps only one mention to be found of her; this in 1650, when her consent is appended to a deed of sale by her husband. Her death, however, seems to have preceded her husband's.

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