Henry Fuller

Henry Fuller Born: 18 September 1791, West Ham, London, Middlesex, England
Christened: 5 October 1791, West Ham, England
Parents: William Fuller and Ann Fuller (nee Lodge) (born ~1764; died Feb 1837, Greater London, England)
Siblings: Mary Fuller
                George Fuller
                Sarah Eliza Fuller
                Eliza Fuller
                William Fuller
                Charles Fuller
                Matilda Fuller
                James Fuller
                Ann Ruth Fuller
Married: Susannah Parrott, 16 July 1815, Leyton, Essex, (Greater London), England
Children: George Fuller, 17 February 1816
                  Charles Fuller, ~1818
                  Ann Fuller, 7 August 1820
                  William Fuller, 2 September 1822
                  James Fuller, 12 October 1827 Geni
                  John Fuller, 1829
                  Susannah Fuller, 21 October 1831
                  Harriet Fuller, 19 March 1834 (married ... Brown)
                  Sarah Fuller, ~1837 (married ... Stegman)
Occupation: Carpenter
Died: 2 October 1870, Adelaide, Cape
Buried: Adelaide, Cape

Henry Fuller (25), a carpenter, together with his wife, Susannah Fuller (nee Parrott) (23), and their two children (George (4) and Charles(1)), were members of Dixon's Party of 48 settlers on the settler ship Ocean. The party originated from London. They departed from London on 13 December 1819, arrived in Table Bay, Cape Town on 9 March 1820, and reached their final port (Algoa Bay, Port Elizabeth) on 15 April 1820. Henry Fuller became leader of the party soon after the ship's arrival at Algoa Bay. The area allocated to the party was Waaiplaats on the Kaffir Kraal River.

More details available at http://fuller-ocean.benbus.co.uk/pafg02.htm
Also see http://www.1820settlers.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=I71144&tree=master

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