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From A Record of the Revolutionary Soldiers buried in Lake County, Ohio, New Connecticut Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, Painesville, Ohio, 1902.
Typed and submitted by Becky Falin, 1996.
Joseph Fuller, Sr., son of Nathaniel Fuller, was born in Munson, Hampshire Co., Mass., May 27, 1758.
He enlisted in the 4th Mass. regt. and served all through the seven eyars war, as private, corporal and sergeant, in Capt. Keep's Co., 4th Mass. regt., commanded by Col. William Shepard.
He enlisted April 21, 1777, was appointed corporal in Sept. 1779, and sergeant in 1780. He received his pension as sergeant, first dated Sept. 6, 1819 signed by J. C. Calhoun, and later an increase bearing date Aug. 13, 1828, signed by Richard Rush.
He married Rachel Miller, of Bedford, Westchester Co., New York on Nov. 2, 1783. They made their home in Shoreham, Addison Co., Vermont, coming from there to Ohio.
He died Sept. 26, 1846, aged eighty-eight years, and lies in the burying ground on the North Ridge in Madison near his home.
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