Taken from: Fullers, Sissons and Scotts
by Carol Clark Johnson

Benjamin Fuller was born in 1657 in Rehoboth; died Jan. 11, 1711/12; married 1) Mary (Darling?) who died Feb. 27, 1695/96. He married 2) Judith Smith, Jan. 13, 1698. His children were baptized in Rehoboth by Rev. John Greenwood, pastor of the Congregational Church.

Benjamin's father deeded him land in Rehoboth at his majority in 1679 and again in 1686. Benjamin lived about 3 miles from Seekonk, then a part of Rehoboth, but moved to Salem before Dec. 3, 1687, when he deeded real estate to Sampson Mason in exchange for 18 acres and a house at Wachamoket Neck. He did not move there until several years later and died there in 1711/12. Probate records of his estate are at Taunton.

All of Benjamin's children except John moved to Lebanon, Ct. between 1720 and 1726. Amos in 1748 moved west and eventually settled in New York. For descendants, see Newton Fuller's "Fuller Memorial." That work describes Benjamin Sr. as "a man of retiring habits, whose fixed and high toned principles, whose manly, ennobling characteristics were best known to personal and private acquaintance, as they were by himself never paraded."