Philadelphia chair and cabinetmaker. Believed to have been the master of the cabinetmaker William Savery, whose shop supplied furnishings to Philadelphia homes for much of the second half of the 18th century.
One of the volumes of Fussell's ledger, volume II, covering the years 1738-1752, survives at the Library of Congress in the papers of Stephen Collins, who was Fussell's executor. There is a microfilm copy in the Downs Collection of the Winterthur Museum Library (#M659). See http://www.amphilsoc.org/library/bulletin/20011/stief