Jane Lothrop (mtDNA)

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Status summary

As of September 27, 2020

  • Page created for Jane Lothrop, wife of Samuel Fuller (son of Pilgrim Edward Fuller)
  • recruitment of individuals who are mtDNA descendants of Jane (Lothrop) Fuller. Folks who are mtDNA descendants are encouraged to contact Raymond T. Wing (email: wing.genealogist AT gmail DOT com)

Background

First Generation

Jane Lothrop was baptised at Edgerton, Kent, England on 29 Sep 1614, daughter of Rev. John Lothrop and Hannah Howse (Hannah was the daughter of Rev. John Howes and Anna Lloyd and Anna was daughter of John or Samuel Lloyd & Margaret Dodd)[1] As a non-conformist, Rev. John Lothrop was imprisoned by the English government, and while imprisoned, his wife passed away.[2] Rev. John was released from prison with the stipulation he would emigrate to the New World with his family and as many of his congregation as he could take. The family emigrated aboard the Griffin arriving in Boston on 18 Sep 1634.[3] Within days of arrival, Rev. John moved his family to Scituate (in Plymouth Colony, Boston was in Massachusetts Bay Colony) where he set up a new congregation.[4] This Congregation splintered due to religious differences in 1638 and Rev. John petitioned the Plymouth court to create a new congregation on unsettled lands. This petition was granted and in 1639 he went on to found what is now the town of Barnstable.[5]

Jane married Samuel Fuller (son of Pilgrim Edward Fuller) in Scituate on 8 Apr 1635.[6] They were married by Captain Miles Standish at the James Cudworth house.[7] The couple originally lived at Scituate, but in 1640 moved to Barnstable (the town her father founded the previous year).[8]

Jane Lothrop and Samuel Fuller had nine children; one infant (sex unknown), three sons and five daughters (Hannah, Elizabeth, Sarah [died young], Mary and [another] Sarah)

  1. Ancestry of Hannah from Jane Fuller at Geni.com and needs to be verified
  2. Wikipedia article on Rev. John Lothropp
  3. ibid.
  4. ibid.
  5. ibid.
  6. NEHGReg 9:286
  7. An American Family History
  8. ibid.

Second Generation

Hannah Fuller[1] born in Scituate, married Barnstable 1 Jan 1658/9 Nicholas Bonham. The family became Baptist and moved from Barnstable to Piscataway, New Jersey about 1671, where Hannah died in 1685. They had ten children: Hannah, Mary, Sarah, Elizabeth, Nicholas, Elijah, Hezekiah, Samuel, Jane (1675/6-1675/6) and Priscilla.

Elizabeth Fuller[2] born in Scituate, married about 1680 to ____ Taylor.[3] Nothing is known about this couple, except for the fact Elizabeth was named in her father's will dated Oct 1683.

Mary Fuller[4] baptized (by her maternal grandfather) Barnstable 16 Jun 1644, married 18 Nov 1674 Joseph Williams. They had at least four children (all born Haverhill before family moved to Norwich, CT): Sarah (1675), Mary (1677 unknown if married), John (1679/80) and Hannah (1683 unknown if married).

Sarah Fuller[5] born Barnstable 10 Dec 1654 married a currently unidentified Crowe(ll). Like her sister, Elizabeth, nothing is known about this couple, except for the fact Sarah Crowe was named in her father's will (Oct 1683).

Third Generation

Hannah Bonham was born Barnstable 8 Oct 1659 and died Piscataway, East Jersey 19 Aug 1689. She married before 1678 Daniel Lippington and they had: Richard (1678), Dorothy (1679 d. young), Hannah (1681 d. young), Dorothy (1683) and Daniel (1687 d. young).

Mary Bonham was born Barnstable 4 Oct 1661 and died Piscataway, East Jersey before 13 Aug 1742. She married Piscataway 15 Jul 1681 (Rev.) Edmund Dunham and they had: Benajah (1684), Elizabeth (1689), Edmund (1691), Jonathan (1694), Ephraim (1696), Mary (1698-b1700) Mary (1700) and Hannah (1704).

Sarah Bonham was born Barnstable 16 Feb 1664/5 and died Piscataway, East Jersey 16 Jan 1737. She married Piscataway 1 Oct 1681 John Fitz Randolph and they had: Sarah (1682), Elizabeth (1683-1707 unmarried), Temperance (1687), Francis (1687-1687), John (1693) and Edward (1698).

Elizabeth Bonham was born about 1666 and died Piscataway, East Jersey 28 Jan 1705. She married twice, first Piscataway 9 Jan 1685 Edward Slater (d. Jan 1702), then 1702 Rev. John Drake. All her children were by her first husband (Edward Slater): Philoreta (1685), Phebe (1693), Caleb (1695), Elizabeth (1697), Abraham (1700) and Aleeshia (1702).

Priscilla Bonham was born Piscataway, East Jersey 11 Nov 1677 and died Woodbridge 1710. She married about 1697 John Langstaff and they had at least one child: Nicholas

Sarah Williams was born Haverhill 7 Nov 1675 and died Norwich, CT 10 Sep 1702. She married Norwich 6 Aug 1695 John Roath (Wroth) and they had three sons: John (1697), Joseph (1699) and Benjamin (1701).

Fourth Generation

Dorothy Lippington[6] was born Piscataway, East Jersey 3 Mar 1683/4 and died New Brunswick, NJ after 16 Sep 1757. She married Piscataway before 1704 Thomas South and they had five children: Thomas (1704), Joseph (c1710), Edmund (1718) and Daniel (c1720).

Elizabeth Dunham[7] was born Piscataway, East Jersey 26 Nov 1689 and died there before 1713. She married Piscataway 21 Aug 1704 Jonathan Martin and they had three children: Mary (1707 m. John Sutton), Mercy (1707 died young) and Jonathan (1709).

Mary Dunham[8] was born Piscataway, East Jersey 1 Jul 1700 and died bet. 28 May 1731 (father's will) and 28 Feb 1736/7 (mother's will). She married 12 Jun 1721 Edward Smalley and they had: Elisabeth (1722 m. Jonathan/James FitzRandolph), Leada (Lydia) (1723), Ephraim (1726-1727), Mary (1729, m. ___ Davis), Phebe (1730/1), Elisha & James.

Hannah Dunham[9] was born Piscataway, East Jersey 14 Apr 1704. She married there 29 Mar 1724 Josiah Davis and they had (born Piscataway): Hannah (1725), Mary (1727), Elijah (1729) and Dorothy (1730/1).

Sarah FitzRandolph[10] was born Piscataway, East Jersey 25 Apr 1682 and died there 17 Jul 1762. She is said to have married Joseph Manning, but apparently never had any children.

Temperance FitzRandolph[11] was born Piscataway, East Jersey 15 Jun 1687 and was living as late as 1706. She married about 1703 John Martin and they had: Sarah (1703/4), Rachel (1706), Elizabeth and (poss.) Patience (may have been child of John's second wife).

Philoreta Slater[12] was born Piscataway, East Jersey 23 Feb 1690/1 and died after 1 Jul 1755. She married about 1707 Benjamin Martin and they had (born Piscataway): Benjamin (1708/9), Elizabeth (1710/1), Anna (1714), Esther (1715/6), Hannah (1718), Peter and Zerviah.

Phebe Slater[13] was born Piscataway, East Jersey 28 Jul 1693. She married there 16 Sep 1712 James Doty and they had seven children (born Piscataway): Mary (1713), Elizabeth (1714), Esther (1716/7), Edward (1718), James (1719/20), Benjamin (1721) and Benajah.

Elizabeth Slater[14] was born Piscataway, East Jersey 8 Aug 1697 and died after 9 Mar 1744/5. She married Benjamin Hull. His will mentioned other relatives, but no children.

Aleeshia Slater[15] was born Piscataway, East Jersey 29 Oct 1702 and died after 7 Apr 1740. She married Henry Skibbo and they had two children (born Piscataway): Anne (1723/4) and Lewis (1734).


  1. An American Family History
  2. Silver Book Edward Fuller (vol. 4) pp. 7-8
  3. He was not Joseph Taylor of Marshfield, as is often reported
  4. An American Family History
  5. Silver Book Edward Fuller (vol. 4) pp. 7-8
  6. Mayflower Families through Five Generations, vol. 4 (Edward Fuller), p. 130
  7. ibid., p. 132.
  8. ibid., p. 135.
  9. ibid., pp. 135-6.
  10. No individual biography in the Edward Fuller Silver Book. Many older sources state she married 1707 Jonathan Smalley, but an old family Bible states Jonathan Smalley married Sarah Bird(sall?).
  11. Mayflower Families through Five Generations, vol. 4 (Edward Fuller), p. 136.
  12. ibid., pp. 137-8.
  13. ibid., p. 138.
  14. ibid., pp. 138-9.
  15. ibid., p. 139.

mtDNA Results

No known mtDNA descendant of Jane (Lothrop) Fuller has publicly revealed they have taken an mtDNA test. Anyone believing they are an mtDNA descendant (in other words, anyone who believes their mother's mother's mother's etc. mother was Jane) is encouraged to take a full mtDNA test as well as contact Raymond Wing (email wing DOT genealogist AT gmail DOT com)


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