Sarah (Martiau) Fuller (1629 - 1695)

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Sarah (Martiau) Fuller
1629 - 1695
updated February 06, 2019
Sarah Martiau Fuller was born in November 1629 at Elizabeth City, , Virginia, USA. She was born into the Martiau family and married into the Fuller family. She died on March 14, 1695 at St Andrews Parish, Berkeley, South Carolina, USA at age 65.

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Sarah Fuller was born in at Elizabeth City, , Virginia, USA,

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Sarah Fuller died on at St Andrews Parish, Berkeley, South Carolina, USA,

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Sarah Martiau Fuller passed away on March 14, 1695 at St Andrews Parish, Berkeley, South Carolina, USA at age 65. She was born in November 1629 at Elizabeth City, , Virginia, USA. We have no information about Sarah's immediate family.
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