Samuel Fuller +
1George Thomas Little, Henry Sweetser Burrage, and Albert Roscoe Stubbs, Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. 1, p. 21 (1909).
"(V) Samuel (2), son of Samuel (1) Fuller, was baptized February 11, 1637-38, at Scituate. He married Anna Fuller, daughter of his uncle, Captain Matthew Fuller. Her father was born in England, and came in the "Mayflower" to New England, but on the death of his parents returned to England; later he came back and applied for admission as a freeman September 7, 1642, qualifying June 7, 1653. Matthew Fuller was one of the leading men of the colony; was first sergeant, then lieutenant in Captain Miles Standish's company. The company intended to march against the Dutch in New York, but peace between England and Holland was concluded before they had started. Matthew Fuller was a prominent Indian fighter and served in King Philip's war; he was deputy to the general court in 1653. The inventory of Samuel Fuller's estate was filed December 29, 1691, and his widow was not living at that time. The estate was settled by agreement December 30, 1691. all heirs signing the agreement by mark. Children, born at Barnstable: 1. Matthew, married, February 25, 1692-93, Patience Young. 2. Barnabas, mentioned below. 3. Joseph, married Thankful Blossom. 4. Benjamin. 5. Desire. 6. Sarah.".
Thomas Pinson +
1Almira Larkin White, Ancestry of John Barber White and His Descendants, pp. 69-70 (1913).
"THOMAS Pinson,1 was of Scituate, 1636, had lands laid out to him, "at the end of the hill by the swamp, south of satuit brook,: He m. in 1639, Jane Standlake. They lived in Scituate.
243. Thomas Pinson,2+
244. Hannah Pinson,<syp>2 b. Dec. 4, 1642; m. Jan. 15, 1662, George Young of Scituate.
245. Waitstill Pinson,2 b. 1650.
246. John Pinson,2 b. 1655.
247. Joshua Pinson,2 b. 1658.".