is lifetime, conveyed lands to his other children, by way of advancement.
The last named (Jacob) was born in 1655, and continued to reside on the farm in Middleton till his death in 1731.
He married Mary Bacon, and they had five children.
His fifth child and second son was likewise named Jacob, who was born in 1700, and died October 17, 1767.
He married Abigail Holton, and they had ten children—six sons and four daughters.
Timothy Fuller, the sixth child and third son of the second Jacob Fuller, was born at Middleton, on the 18th of May, 1739.
He entered Harvard University at the age of nineteen, and graduated in 1760.
His name over that date may still be seen on the corner-stone of one of the college buildings.
He applied himself to theology; and in March, 1767, received from the church and town of Princeton, Mass., a nearly unanimous invitation to become their pastor, having previously supplied their pulpit for two years. Here he was ordained the first minister of Princeto