- Born: 4 September 1575, Redenhall, Norfolk Co., England
- Marriage: Ann on an unknown date in Redenhall, Norfolk Co., England
- Died: 10 April 1621, Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts at age 45
Edward Fuller and his family were members of John Robinson's congregation - a group of English Separatists - which left England and settled in Leiden, Netherlands. This group which later sailed for Plymouth, New England on the Mayflower and became famous as America's Pilgrims.
The following quote is extracted from a lengthy article in the newspaper.
"... Edward fuller, and his wife dyed soon after they came ashore; but their sone Samuell is living, & maried, and hath 4 children or more...." 1 2
Edward married Ann on an unknown date in Redenhall, Norfolk Co., England. (Ann was born in 1577 in Redenhall, Norfolk Co., England and died in 1621 in Plymouth, Plymouth Co., Massachusetts.)
Newspaper, STAR TRIBUNE dated Thursday, November 23, 2000, Page A43, Commentary. A roster of life and death at Plymouth Plantation
Editor's note: What follows is a partial passenger list of the Mayflower, compiled by Gov. William Bradford for his "History of Plymouth Plantation," with his notes about subsequent events in the lives of the passengers or their families. The Mayflower arrived in 1620; Bradford dated this passage as 1650. His original spelling is preserved.
. Published Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Jeremy Dupertius Bangs, Pilgrim Homes in Leiden (Volume 154, October 2000, Pages 413-445, The New England Historic Genealogical Society).