lly preached, as a missionary, in Belvidere and destitute places, and also to the established churches, having been interested in theological study during his senior year at college.
He was a member of the Illinois Conference of Christian and Unitarian ministers, and by them licensed to preach.
His first sermon was preached October, 1843, in Chicago, to the Unitarian church then under the charge of Rev. Joseph Harrington.
In 1845 Mr. Fuller returned to New England; entered, one year in advaafter her marriage, till her last sickness, and even during it, as far as possible, she was much and actively engaged in religious effort.
Loving and full of charity towards those of every Christian name, she was herself an earnest and devoted Unitarian, through evil report and good report.
She was among the first who formed the Lee Street Church and Society, in Cambridge; nor can her efforts in its behalf be soon forgotten.
When her son, Rev. Arthur B. Fuller, was settled in Manchester, N.