FULLER Family History


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1810 Census of Montgomery County, New York
FULLER    Abner        065   3-2-0-1-0    1-0
          Amos         021   1-0-0-0-1    0-1
          Amos Jr.     021   1-0-0-1-0       2-2
          Daniel       081   3-1-0-1-0       0-1
          Ebenezer     080   0-0-1-1-0       0-0
          Milow        078   0-2-1-0-0       1-0
          Phile        021   3-1-0-1-0       1-1
          William V    090   0-0-0-1-0       2-0

1830 NY Census of Montgomery County, New York
FULLER        Daniel      Victor        212   Ontario
              Abraham     Minden        011   Mont.
              Alva        Palatine      160   Mont.
              Amos        Florida       103    "
              Andrew         "          087    "
              David W.    Palatine      162    "
              Elisha      Victor        219   Ontario
              Freedom     Haunsfield    178   Jefferson
              Henry       Palatine      162   Mont.
              Henry       Minden        010   Mont.
              Jacob J.      "           005   Mont.
              John          "           011   Mont.
              Jonas       Florida       103   Mont.
              Nicholas    Minden        011   Mont.
              Pliney B.   Haunsfield    188   Jeff.
              Russell        "          178   Jeff.
              Samuel         "          178   Jeff.

Wayne County, Michigan 1830-1840 Census
Name:               Age:
Daniel FULLER       40/50     Gre         244     Wayne
Lewis S. FULLER     30/40     Gre         244     Wayne

Greenfield Township, Wayne County, Michigan Sept 3, 1850
Name:               Age:      Sex: Occupation:    Birth Place:
Daniel FULLER       68        M    Farmer         Mass
Susanna FULLER      60        F                   Connecticut
Daniel FULLER       22        M    Farmer         NY
Simeon              21        M    Farmer         NY
Terinda             19        F                   NY
Caroline            16        F                   MI

Walker Township, Kent County, Michigan August 9, 1850
George M. FULLER    30   M    Farmer    New York
Emily               19   F              Canada
Rebecca             3    F              MI
Susanna             1    F              MI
Lafayette (brother) 25   M    Farmer    New York

Greenfield Township, Wayne County, Michigan September 3, 1850
Lewis S. FULLER     42   M    Wagon Maker    NY
Evelyn FULLER       43   F                   NY
Cecilia             15   F                   MI
David Leroy FULLER  14   M                   MI
Hiram M. FULLER     13   M                   MI
Clark H. FULLER     10   M                   MI
Jefferson M. FULLER 8    M                   MI

Walker Twp. Kent Co, Michigan August 10, 1850 Census.
Suel FULLER    35   M    Farmer    NY
Mary FULLER    29   F    wife      Canada
Angenette      9    F    school    MI
Sarah E.       7    F    school    MI
Jefse          5    M    school    MI
Layfette       3    M              MI
James FULLER   7/12 M              MI
Harley Lee     14   M    school    MI

Talmadge Twp. Ottawa Co, Michigan Aug. 6, 1850
Barzillar FULLER         35        M    Farmer    NY
Matilda FULLER           31        F              MI
Martha J. FULLER         9         F    school    MI
Caroline FULLER          6         F    school    MI
David William FULLER     5         M              MI
Charles FULLER           11/12     M              MI

Courtland Twp. Kent Co, Michigan October 22, 1850.
Edward FULLER       31   M    Farmer    NY
Dorinda FULLER      19   F              NY
Harriet E.          2    F              MI
Altha L.            5/12 F              MI

Livonia Township, Wayne County, Michigan Sept 10, 1850.
Mark W. FULLER 32   M    Laborer   NY
Matilda FULLER 23   F              NY
Mary M.        3    F              MI
Charlotte      5/12 F              MI

Redford, Livonia Township, Wayne County, Michigan 1860
Name:               Age: Sex: Occupation:    Birth Place:
James Gill          40   M    Common Laborer England
Marguerite Gill     34   F                   NY
John Gill           15   M                   MI
Daniel FULLER       78   M                   Mass

Redford, Livonia Township, Wayne County, Michigan June 8, 1860
NAME:               AGE: SEX: OCCUPATION:    BIRTH PLACE:
George M. FULLER    41   M    Farmer         New York
Emily FULLER        35   F                   Canada
Rebecca             14   F    school         MI
Susanna             12   F    school         MI
Euphemia            9    F    school         MI
George E. FULLER    4    M                   MI
Eben A.             14   M    school         New York

Greenfield Township, Wayne County, Michigan July 27, 1860
Lewis S. FULLER     51   M    Farmer    NY
Evelyn              52   F              NY
Clark H. FULLER     20   M              MI
Jefferson M. FULLER 18   M    school    MI
Electa              16   F    Domestic  NY

Talmadge Twp. Ottawa Co, Michigan June 30, 1860.
Barzillar FULLER         45?  M    Farmer         NY
Matilda FULLER           41?  F    wife           MI
Caroline FULLER          16   F    domestic       MI
David William FULLER     13   M                   MI
Charles FULLER           11   M                   MI
Newton FULLER            9    M                   MI
Alice FULLER             1    F                   MI
Hiram M. FULLER (nephew) 33   M    Farm Labor     MI

Talmadge Twp. Ottawa Co, Michigan June 30, 1860.
Lafayette FULLER    32   M    Farmer         NY
Harriet FULLER      25   F    wife           MI
Martha FULLER       5    F                   MI
Ann FULLER          2    F                   MI
Nathan FULLER       6/12 M                   MI
Saul Ames           26   M    Farm Laborer   MI

Ashland Township, Newaygo County, Michigan June 14, 1860.
Simeon B. FULLER    31   M    Farmer    New York
Mary F. FULLER      31   F              Canada
Derinda Amber       66   F              New York
Charles FULLER      8    M              Michigan
Charles Blood       21   M    Farmer    Michigan

Ashland Township, Newaygo County, Michigan June 14, 1860.
James Smith    34   M    Farmer         Canada
Derinda        28   F    House Keeper   New York
Sewell         5    M                   MI
Almida         4    F                   MI
John Smith     3    M                   Michigan
Carlos Smith   8/12 M                   Michigan
Daniel FULLER  32   M    Farm Laborer   New York

Ashland Township, Kent County, Michigan June 18, 1860.
Edward FULLER       41   M    Farmer    NY
Dorinda FULLER      29   F              NY
Harriet E.          12   F    school    MI
Altha L.            10   F    school    MI
Leroy               7    M    school    MI
Leon                5    M    school    MI
Cynthia J.          2    F              MI
Anna M.             4/12 F              MI

Greenfield Township, Wayne County, Michigan July 30, 1860.
David Leroy FULLER  24   M    Farmer    MI
     (son of Lewis S. FULLER)
Maria J.            25   F              NY
Rosaline            8/12 F              MI
Mage A. Holmes      18   F              MI

Ashland Township, Newaygo County, Michigan June 25, 1870
NAME:               AGE: SEX: OCCUPATION:    BIRTH PLACE:
George FULLER       49   M    Farmer         New York
Emily               39   F    House Keeper   Canada 
George E.           12   M                   Michigan
Loyal P.            8    M                   MI
Lovana              2    F                   MI
Euphemia Bissard    20   F    Domestic       MI
Allen J. Bissard    1    M                   MI
Amanda Burrill      17   F    Domestic       MI

Ashland Township, Newaygo County, Michigan 1880.
NAME:                    AGE: SEX: OCCUPATION:    BIRTH PLACE:
George M. FULLER         59   M    Farmer         New York
Emily FULLER (wife)      48   F    Keeping House  Canada
Mabel FULLER (dau-in-law)22   F    at home        Minnesota
Loyal P. FULLER (son)    19   M    Farmer         MI
Lovana FULLER (dau)      12   F    school         MI
Wesley E. Smith          28   M    Farmer         MI
Laura Smith (wife)       24   F    Keeping House  MI
Achie Smith (son)        4    M    at home        MI
Simon Peter Smith(father)60   M    Farmer         Canada
Moses B. Brink           24   M    Stone Cutter   Penn
Marnie Brink (wife)      21   F    Keeping House  NJ
Lena Brink (dau)         10/12F    at home        MI

Ravenna Twp. Muskegon Co, Michigan June 8, 1880.
Simeon B. FULLER    49   M    Farmer         NY
Mary F. FULLER      49   F    Keeping House  Canada

Tallmadge Township, Ottawa County, Michigan 1900.
NAME:                    AGE: SEX: OCCUPATION:    BIRTH PLACE:
George M. FULLER         79   M    Farmer         New York
Elizabeth FULLER         78   F
Martin Wheeler (step-son)53   M

Mill Creek Twp., Washington County, Kansas June 1, 1900
Name:               Age: Sex: Birth Date & Place: Occupation:
George E. FULLER    43   M    July 1856 MI        Farmer
Ida May FULLER      36   F    Nov. 1863 MI
Nellie              14   F    Apr. 1886 KS        school
Alta Fay            12   F    Sep. 1887 KS        school
Bertha              11   F    Dec. 1888 KS        school
Ralph E.            10   M    Jan. 1890 KS        school
Genevieve           6    F    May 1894  KS        school
Russell G.          4    M    May 1896  KS

Mill Creek Twp., Washington County, Kansas June 1, 1900
Name:               Age: Sex: Birth Date & Place: Occupation:
Loyal P. FULLER     39   M    Sep. 1860 Michigan       Farmer
Mabel FULLER        43   F    Feb. 1857 Minnesota
Ernest L.           10   M    Oct. 1889 KS

     The surname "FULLER" is an English occupational (craft or
trade) name derived from methods of processing woolen cloth
("fulling"), wherein both shrinkage and thickening is achieved by
moistening, heating, and pressing the woven material.  A person
experienced in the process became known as a "fuller."
     Even the craft was mentioned in the Bible.  "White as no
fuller could make."

     [The FULLERs have a long history in the U.S.A. dating back
to service in the Revolutionary War 1776 for sure.  We are all
many "rolling stones" seldom staying in one location for more
than a generation or two.  Every generation or so the FULLERs
have moved a few hundred miles to newer lands in the west and
halted for a while in Michigan.  Dwight Parken]

05-Apr-1996                  Family Group Sheet

 Husband: Nathaniel FULLER   age: 73 
    Born: 12 MAR 1726     in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
    Died: 22 MAY 1799     in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
  Buried:                 in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
  Father: Nathaniel FULLER  
  Mother: Anna BURRILL  
  Nathaniel FULLER, of Lynn, Essex County, MA, died 22 MAY 1799 from
  Rheumatic Fever aged 73 years. [Ref. CR5 - First Congregational Records]

    Wife: Hannah MANSFIELD   
 Married: 13 DEC 1753     in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
    Born: 12 AUG 1727     in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
    Died: AFT 1778        in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
  Buried:                 in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
  Father: Joseph MANSFIELD  
  Mother: Mary HART  

F Child 1 Anna FULLER  
    Born:  1-Oct-1754     in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
    Died:                 in:                                             
M Child 2 Samuel FULLER  
    Born: 25-Sep-1756     in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
    Died:                 in:                                             
F Child 3 Mary FULLER  
    Born:  3-Dec-1758     in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
    Died:                 in:                                             
M Child 4 Nathaniel FULLER  
    Born: 29-Jan-1762     in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
    Died:                 in:                                             
  Spouse: Abigail LINDSAY  
 Married:                 in:                                             
F Child 5 Abigail FULLER  
    Born: 1771            in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
Baptized: 22-Sep-1771     in:                                             
    Died:                 in:                                             
F Child 6 Hannah FULLER  
    Born: 1771            in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
Baptized: 22-Sep-1771     in:                                             
    Died:                 in:                                             
M Child 7 Jonathan FULLER  
    Born: 1771            in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
Baptized: 22-Sep-1771     in:                                             
    Died:                 in:                                             
M Child 8 William FULLER  
    Born: 1771            in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
Baptized: 22-Sep-1771     in:                                             
    Died:                 in:                                             
M Child 9 Joseph FULLER  
    Born: 1772            in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
Baptized: 13-Sep-1772     in:                                             
    Died:                 in:                                             
  Spouse: Deborah WHIPPLE  
 Married:                 in:                                             
M Child 10 Daniel B. FULLER  
    Born: 1774            in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
Baptized: 15 MAY 1774     in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
    Died: 17 SEP 1866     in: Livonia, WayneCo, MI                        
  Buried: Sep-1866        in: Livonia Cemetery, WayneCo, MI               
     Ref: Ila M. HUFFMAN      Occupation: farmer                          
  Spouse: Mary BROWN  
 Married:  5-Apr-1801     in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
  Spouse: Susannah AMES  
 Married: 1806            in: Mansfield,WindhamCo,CT                      
  Spouse: Mary Ann GILL  
 Married: June 1860       in: Livonia, WayneCo, MI                        
F Child 11 Peggy FULLER  
    Born: 1776            in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
Baptized: 28-Jul-1776     in:                                             
    Died:                 in:                                             
F Child 12 Rebecca FULLER  
    Born: 1778            in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
Baptized: 24-May-1778     in:                                             
    Died:                 in:                                             

Daniel B. FULLER
     Daniel FULLER was baptized May 15, 1774 at Lynn, Essex
County, MA.
     According to the 1850 & 1860 Federal Census for Wayne
County,  Michigan, Daniel was born in Masschusetts in 1782, but
it is known that Daniel claimed to be 8 years younger than he
actually was, so Daniel FULLER was born in 1774.  Daniel FULLER
(age 92) died Monday, September 12/17, 1866 at Livonia, Wayne
County, Michigan, so Daniel FULLER was born in 1774.
married (1) Mary Brown April 5, 1801 (CR5)
married (2) Hannah Rich December 13, 1835?
Daniel FULLER married (3) Susannah (Anna) Ames in 1806-1807.
     Daniel and Susannah (Ames) FULLER had a large family.  By
November 1807 the first of their 13 children had been born in New
York.  Several of these children attended school at Sackets
Harbor, Haunsfield Township, Jefferson County, New York.
     Daniel FULLER was very harsh and strict.  The old Puritan
religion (church affiliation - Quaker?) was adhered to.  He had a
large black snake whip, and if the boys laughed or played on
Sunday, they received a whipping with it.
     During the War of 1812, Daniel FULLER was a Private in a
Company of Rangers under Captain David Erving, Franklin County,
New York.  In 1858 Daniel FULLER made application to the State of
New York for payment due him for service rendered in that war. 
His claim was that he had furnished, at his own expense, the
following items:  One hat, $4; one ordinary coat, $10; one vest,
$3;  one pair pantaloons, $5;  one overcoat, $12; two pairs of
stockings, $1;  one blanket, $1.50;  one knapsack, $1;  one
canteen, 50;  two shirts, $2;  one pair of Suwarrow boots, $5;
one neckerchief, $1.
     Daniel and Susannah resided in Minden [ca. 1807-1820] 
(Montgomery County - formed from Canajoharie County), Sackets
Harbor [ca. 1820-1827] (Haunsfield Township, Jefferson County),
and Victor [ca. 1827-1831 or 1832] (Ontario County), New York.
     Daniel FULLER and his family moved to the woods of Wayne
County, Michigan Territory from Ontario County, New York in 1831
or 1832 when Detroit, Michigan was just a small trading post. 
[They came to Michigan at a date so early in the history of
Michigan that Detroit, now the principal city of this powerful
commonwealth, contained only three buildings.  The surrounding
country was all a wilderness, overgrown with tangled shrubbery
and lofty forest trees.]  Here he was a farmer, and his family
spread across the state of Michigan.
     Before moving to Livonia Township, Daniel had been a farmer
in Greenfield Township.  Greenfield Township was located in the
northern section of Wayne County and was set off from Springwells
Township 31 March 1833.  The name Greenfield was descriptive of
the area as some of the best farmland in the country lay within
its boundries.  
     Daniel FULLER purchased from Barzillar & w/Matilda FULLER of
Kent County, Michigan 40 acres Sec 10 Detroit, Wayne County, MI
2/5/1840.
[Ref. "Wayne County, Michigan Land Transfers," Vol. 15. page 72]
     Daniel and Susannah FULLER bought a farm in section 22 of
Livonia Township on 15 March 1856 from George Pennell and his
wife, Eveline, of Livonia Township.  The transaction was
witnessed by Nathaniel Prumable and Alexander Blue and registered
by N.R. Nowland.
     Susannah (Ames) FULLER (age 70) died Sunday, October 30,
1859 at Livonia, Wayne County, Michigan.  She is buried in Old
Livonia Cemetery on Farmington Road, Livonia, Wayne County,
Michigan.  Her gravemarker reads: Susannah FULLER, b. 1789; d.
Oct. 30, 1859.
     Shortly after which George M. FULLER took his family and
moved back to Detroit, Michigan to comfort his father, Daniel
FULLER.  George M. FULLER hadn't been there long (a year or so)
until...
     Daniel FULLER (age 86) [altho he admitted to only 78 of
those years at the time] married Mary Ann Gill (age 61) (b. 1797
in England; widow of a blacksmith) in June 1860.  They were
married in Livonia Township by a Justice of the Peace, L.A.
Vanakin.  Witnesses to the event were Dennis McKinney and D.F.
Norton of Nankin.
_________________________________________________________________
DANIEL FULLERS WILL
Livonia Township. Wayne Co MI
April 13. 1861
     In the name of God Amen.
     I, Daniel FULLER of the Township of Livonia County of Wayne
and State of Michigan. Being of sound mind and memory and --- of
the uncertainty of life do make and ordain this instrument as my
last will and testament.
     That is to say, 1st after my lawful debts are paid and
discharged the-- of my property both real and personal. I give
and bequeath to my beloved wife. Mary Ann, the use during her
natural life time of the following piece or pieces of land
situated in the Township of Livonia. County of  Wayne. State of
Michigan, and Livonia at Greenfield as follows to wit, being the
East half of the West half of the South East quarter of Section
twenty two (22). Township one (1), South Range Nine (9). East
quartering forty (40) acres of land. more or less, with all the
buildings therein during her natural lifetime also. the use of
one horse and buggy and two cows during her lifetime. and also my
wife is to have the use of my household furniture during her
lifetime. or so much of it as she thinks needful for her benefit.
     2nd. I give and bequeath to my son Edward FULLER fifty (50)
dollars
     3rd. I give and bequeath to my son Simeon FULLER Fifty (50)
dollars
     4th. I give and bequeath to my son Mark W FULLER five (5)
dollars
     5th. I give and bequeath to my daughter Caroline FULLER
fifty (50) dollars
     6th. I give and bequeath to my son George W FULLER five (5)
dollars
     The residue of my property to be equally divided among the
rest of my children, Namely:
     Lewis S fuller and Suel FULLER
     Brazillar A FULLER  Lafayette FULLER
     Daniel B FULLER  Jane FULLER  Phebe Ann FULLER  and Dorinda
FULLER
     And after my decease all of my real and personal Estate
Bonds and (voyages?) and effects to be sold and divided as I have
stated above after my interment (--?) and decent and respectable
Grave stone are put to graves of myself and wife.
     Likewise. I make. constitute and appoint Alexander Blue to
executor of this my last will and testament. hereby revoking all
former wills by this intent
     In witness  hereof I have ---? due, signed my name and
affixed my seal. this thirteenth day of April ---? sixty one AD
1861 -----??? Township of Livonia County of Wayne, State of
Michigan.         
                             DANIEL FULLER
              The above written instrument was subscribed by the
said Daniel FULLER in our presence. etc. etc Witnessed by
             Alexander Blue
             Mark Gill
             Joseph Maynard
_________________________________________________________________

     Daniel and Mary Ann had been married for six years when
Daniel FULLER (age 92) died Monday, September 12/17, 1866 at
Livonia, Wayne County, Michigan.  Daniel FULLER was buried beside
1/w Susannah in the Old Livonia Cemetery on Farmington Road,
Livonia, Wayne County, Michigan.  His gravemarker reads: Daniel
FULLER, b. 1774; d. September 12, 1866.
     Apparently, Mary Ann (GILL) FULLER continued to live on the
farm until her death.  Mary Ann (GILL) FULLER (age 93) died
Friday, July 11, 1890.  She was buried beside 2/h Daniel FULLER
in the Old Livonia Cemetery on Farmington Road, Livonia, Wayne
County, Michigan.
     On 24th day of November A.D. 1890, James McKinney posted
notices at the Elm Station on the Detroit, Lansing and Northern
Railroad Depot, at the store of Abraham Stinger, and at the store
of Peter Mastagle, all in the Township of Livonia, Wayne County,
Michigan.  The notice read: ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE.  Notice is
hereby given, that by virtue of a license granted to me on the
eighteenth day of November 1890, by the Probate Court of Wayne
County, State of Michigan,  in the matter of the Estate of Daniel
FULLER deceased.  I will sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder on Wednesday of the seventh day of January  A.D. 1891, at
twelve o'clock noon of that day, on the premises hereinafter
described to be sold, all the interest of the said deceased, in
and to tne east half of the west half of the southwest quarter of
section twenty-two, in township one, South of range nine, east
(E1/2 of W1/2 of SE1/4 of sec. 22 T.1, S.R. 9, E.)  being in the
township of  Livonia, County of Wayne, State of Michigan.  Dated
November l8th, 1890.  James McKinney, Administrator, de bonis non 
with the will annexed of said estate.

**This account of Daniel FULLER in Livonia Township was written
by Russell & Jane Sachs, descendants, for the Livonia Historical
Society, at their request.**

05-Apr-1996                  Family Group Sheet

 Husband: Daniel B. FULLER   
    Born: 1774            in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
Baptized: 15 MAY 1774     in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
    Died: 17 SEP 1866     in: Livonia, WayneCo, MI                        
  Buried: Sep-1866        in: Livonia Cemetery, WayneCo, MI               
     Ref: Ila M. HUFFMAN      Occupation: farmer                          
  Father: Nathaniel FULLER  
  Mother: Hannah MANSFIELD  

    Wife: Mary BROWN   
 Married:  5-Apr-1801     in: Lynn,EssexCo,MA                             
    Born:                 in:                                             
    Died:                 in:                                             
     Ref: CR5                 Occupation:                                 
  Father:
  Mother:

F Child 1 Maria FULLER  
    Born:  8-Nov-1803     in:                                             
    Died:                 in:                                             

    Wife: Susannah AMES   
 Married: 1806            in: Mansfield,WindhamCo,CT                      
    Born: 1789            in: Mansfield,WindhamCo,CT                      
    Died: 30-Oct-1859     in: Livonia, WayneCo, MI                        
  Buried:                 in: Livonia Cemetery, WayneCo, MI               
     Ref: Ila M. Huffman      Occupation:                                 
  Father: Barzilla AMES  
  Mother: Phebe AMES  

M Child 1 Lewis Simeon FULLER  
    Born: 23 NOV 1807     in: New York                                    
    Died: 1870            in: Greenfield, WayneCo, MI                     
     Ref:                     Occupation: wagon maker/farmer              
  Spouse: Evelyn GREENMAN  
 Married: 1833            in:                                             
F Child 2 Jane B. FULLER  
    Born: 10 FEB 1810     in: New York                                    
    Died: 1873            in:                                             
M Child 3 Suel FULLER  
    Born: 1813            in: New York                                    
    Died: 15 FEB 1898     in: Ottawa County, Michigan                     
  Buried:                 in: Old Marne Cemetery, Ottawa County, MI       
  Spouse: Mary SMITH  
 Married: 1838            in: MI                                          
M Child 4 Barzillar A. FULLER  age: 87 
    Born:  4 FEB 1814     in: New York                                    
    Died: 22 MAR 1901     in: Ottawa County, Michigan                     
  Buried:                 in: Old Marne Cemetery, Ottawa County, MI       
     Ref:                     Occupation: farmer                          
  Spouse: Matilda KNOWLTON  
 Married:                 in:                                             
M Child 5 Mark Woodbury FULLER  age: 86 
    Born: 18 APR 1817     in: NY                                          
    Died:  3 MAR 1904     in: Berlin, OttawaCo, MI                        
  Spouse: Matilda HOPKINS  
 Married: 1845            in:                                             
  Spouse: Harriett ______  
 Married: 1860            in:                                             
M Child 6 Edward S. FULLER  
    Born: 1818            in: NY                                          
    Died: 1908            in: Courtland Twp, Kent County, MI              
     Ref:                     Occupation: farmer                          
  Spouse: Dorinda VANDERWATER  
 Married:                 in:                                             
M Child 7 George M. FULLER  age: 85 
    Born: 20 AUG 1820     in: Minden, Montgomery County, New York         
    Died: 23 DEC 1905     in: Ottawa County, MI                           
  Buried:                 in: Old Marne Cemetery, Ottawa County, MI       
     Ref:                     Occupation: farmer                          
  Spouse: Emily SMITH  
 Married: Aug-1845        in: KentCo, MI                                  
  Spouse: Elizabeth WHEELER  
 Married: 22 MAY 1896     in: MI                                          
F Child 8 Phoebe Ann FULLER  
    Born: 1822            in: Ontario County, New York                    
    Died: 1822            in: Ionia County, Michigan                      
M Child 9 Lafayette FULLER  age: 52 
    Born: 28 APR 1826     in: New York                                    
    Died: 17 FEB 1879     in: Talmadge, Ottawa County, MI                 
     Ref:                     Occupation: Farmer                          
  Spouse: Harriet _____  
 Married: Bf 1850         in:                                             
  Spouse: Minerva MESSINGER  
 Married: 18-Dec-1850     in: Wayne, MI                                   
M Child 10 Daniel B. FULLER  
    Born: 1827            in: Sackets Harbor, JeffersonCo, NY             
    Died: 1885            in: MI                                          
M Child 11 Simeon D. FULLER  
    Born: 1830            in: New York                                    
    Died: 1888            in: MI                                          
  Spouse: Mary F. _____  
 Married:                 in:                                             
F Child 12 Caroline FULLER  
    Born: 1834            in: MI                                          
    Died: 1891            in: MI                                          
F Child 13 Derinda FULLER  
    Born: 1835            in: MI                                          
    Died: 1904            in: Garfield, Newaygo County, MI                
  Spouse: James M. SMITH  
 Married:                 in:                                             

    Wife: Mary Ann GILL   
 Married: June 1860       in: Livonia, WayneCo, MI                        
    Born: 1797            in: ENG                                         
    Died: 11 JUL 1890     in: Livonia, WayneCo, MI                        
  Buried:                 in: Livonia Cemetery, WayneCo, MI               
  Father:
  Mother:

Lewis Simeon FULLER 
     Lewis S. FULLER married Evelyn or Eveline Greenman (born
March 26, 1807 in New York) in 1833.
Their five children were all born in Michigan.
Lewis S purchased from Daniel and w/Anne 10 acres. 7/22/1836
Greenfield Township, Wayne County, MI Sec. 11 E
Lewis purch from Daniel/w/Susaney 5 acres.7/15/1847 Greenfield
Township, Wayne County, MI Sec 11.
Sept. 3, 1850 - Greenfield Township, Wayne County, Michigan -
Lewis S. FULLER listed as a wagon maker.
Lewis purch from John/Anna Kaiser of Greenfield Township, Wayne
County, MI 40 acres. Sec 11/8/26/1856.
July 27, 1860 - Greenfield Township, Wayne County, Michigan -
Lewis S. FULLER listed as a farmer.  Note on bottom of census
page regarding Lewis S. FULLER: "Blind for ten years caused by
nervous complaints."
Lewis Simon FULLER died ca. 1870.

Suel FULLER         
     Suel Fuller came to Kent/Ottawa County, MI fall mid 1830's;
lived in caves along Grand River until Spring.
Built farm in Walker Township, section 6, 80 acres, at Kinney/3
mile, where the Eberhard Warehouse now stands.
Suel FULLER married 1/w Mary Smith about 1838 in Michigan.
Mary (Smith) FULLER died 11-Sep-1885 at Berlin, Talmadge
Township, Ottawa County, Michigan.
Mary (SMITH) FULLER buried in Berlin Cemetery, Ottawa County, MI.
     SUEL FULLER, age 75, Walker Township, married 3/w BETSEY
ADAMS (HODGEMAN) (b. in NY; residence Lansing, MI; age 65;
dressmaker; daughter of Samuel Hodgeman and mother unknown) at
Alpin and Walder Congregational Church. JESSE FULLER witness.
     Suel FULLER died on February 14, 1898 in Ottawa County, MI.
Suel FULLER buried in Old Marne Cemetery, Ottawa County, MI.

George FULLER
     His primary education was acquired in the common schools of
Sackets Harbor, Jefferson County, New York.
In 1832 at the age of twelve years settled in the woods of Wayne
County, Michigan with parents.
     George M. FULLER spent ten years in Detroit, after (May 1,
1842) which he moved to Macomb County, Michigan and sojourned
there for about three years (cleared a farm there).
     1843 George M. FULLER first came to Kent County, Michigan
with Suel FULLER.  They arrived late in the fall, too late to
start clearing and building.  So they lived in a cave along the
Grand River in Grand Rapids, MI until spring.  [Ref. Ila M.
Huffman]
     February 1843 George M. FULLER moved to Grand Rapids,
Michigan.  At that season of the year the country was covered
with snow and it was impossible to secure employment of any kind. 
He had five shillings in money and also had the promise from his
brother, who lived near Grand Rapids, that he would give him work
to do in the spring; meanwhile he was given the privilege of
remaining with the brother and settling for his board afterward.
     In the spring of 1843 Mr. FULLER began the chopping of
timber, and succeeded in clearing one hundred acres in eighteen
months.  He has devoted his attention to farming and lumbering. 
George M. FULLER married 1/w Emily SMITH August 1845 in Kent
County, Michigan.
They cleared a farm there.
FULLER, GEORGE & EMILY (w), Walker, Grantor. SUEL FULLER. same
place, Granntee. Convey land on Sec. 6, 20 acres, Walker
Township, Kent County, MI 1 Dec 1852
     The children of George and Emily (Smith) FULLER, numbering
6, were born in Michigan.  February 1854 George FULLER and some
of his brothers and sisters left the Detroit community and moved
to Ashland Township, Newaygo County, Michigan near Newaygo and
Grand Rapids, Michigan (cleared a farm there). 
     1854 -- farmer sec 5/6 Walker Township, Kent County, MI.
FULLER, GEORGE & EMILY (w) Kent Co., Grantor. David Champion,
Jr., same place, Grantee. Convey land on Sec. 5, 60 acres, Walker
Township, Kent County, MI 3 Jan., 1854
     The first annual meeting of the Township of Ashland was held
on April 2, 1855 at the home of Sullivan Armstrong near Ashland
Center.  There were only a handful of voters.  George FULLER was
the first treasurer ever elected in Ashland Township, Newaygo
County.
[ref. "Grant Area Yesterday Today"]
1858-9 George FULLER was a Supervisor of Ashland Township,
Newaygo County.
     Shortly after Susanna (Ames) FULLER died in 1859, George M.
FULLER took his family and moved back to Detroit, Michigan to
comfort his father, Daniel FULLER.  George M. FULLER hadn't been
there long (a year or so) until... Daniel FULLER (age 86) married
Mary Ann Gill (the widow of a blacksmith) in 1860.  So George M.
FULLER journeyed back to his former home near Newaygo.
     August 12, 1862 George M. FULLER enlisted (volunteer) as a
private in the 21st Michigan Infantry (Union Army).  George M.
FULLER was drilled a few months then moved close to the front
lines.  During the period of his active service he participated
in a number of skirmishes, in all of which he bore his part with
the gallantry and courage of a true patriot.
     One night, when it was raining terrible, the whole company
was ordered to their trenches.  George M. FULLER jumped into the
trench.  Someone had left a spade with a splintered handle
sticking up.  This pierced his thigh entering the leg just above
the knee and going upward into the muscle several inches.  
     Soon after this happened he was sent home on furlough.
He returned disabled after only three months of service.
He received his discharge papers, a surgeons certificate of
disability, in January 1863.  They lived in Battle Creek,
Michigan then.
     In 1863 George M. FULLER was the Supervisor of Ashland
Township, Newaygo County

     [My (Nellie FULLER's) grandmother, Emily (Smith) FULLER,
being raised in a country where schools were not for girls and
were not plentiful for boys either, most of her education came
from the "school of hard knocks," Pa (George Edward FULLER) said. 
She was really a manager -- outlined the duties around the house
-- knew how to budget the produce sold so that each one was well
provided for.
     Pa (George Edward FULLER) said when (1870) he was a good-
sized boy, probably 14 years, a while before Thanksgiving she
would help Grandpa (George M. FULLER) and Pa get their produce
assembled for market -- several dressed geese, some chickens,
eggs, a lot of butter, some apples, maybe half or whole hog all
cut up nicely.  These were put in a nice clean box in a wagon --
maybe in the wagon there would be a few sheep or lamb pelts also. 
Then early some morning Pa and Grandma would drive into Grand
Rapids or some other good-sized town and they would dispose of
their produce by peddling or to merchants.  Grandma did a
wonderful job of selling at a good price but it embarrassed Pa a
lot to see his mother talking to men about what these goods
should bring.  He would say "Why Ma you don't see other women
talking to men the way you do."  After everything was sold they
would buy a few gallons of kerosene for the lamps, some of that
delicious new-style white refined cane sugar, some salt, and some
spices plus a few products for making dyes.  Grandma always
carded and dyed her own wool yarn for knitting.  She always grew
a nice garden, flowers and window plants.  Then they bought some
of that heavy jeans cloth for the men's pants and calicos and
muslins and thread and a bolt of red, or dark blue wool flannel
for the underwear.  So, now the marketing would be done for maybe
several months and Grandma had lots if sewing to do.]

     In 1879 George M. FULLER was the Supervisor of Ashland
Township, Newaygo County
     In 1880 George M. FULLER was nominated by the Democrats for
the Representative of Newaygo County, but he declined the
nomination, and during the same year he cast his ballot with the
Greenback party.  
     When?  Moved to Tallmadge Township, Ottawa County, Michigan
(cleared a farm there).
     1884 - In politics Mr. FULLER is an advocate of the People's
party.  Socially, George M. FULLER is a member of Champlin Post
No. 29, G. A. R., at Grand Rapids, Tallmadge Grange, and Berlin
Lodge No. 248, F. & A. M.  While not a member of any church, he
believes in the immortality of the soul.
[Ref. Portrait and Biographical Record of Muskegon and Ottawa
County, Michigan, pgs. 448-449]
     Emily (Smith) FULLER age 62 yrs 28 days died Wednesday,
August 3, 1892 in Berlin, Talmadge Township, Ottawa County,
Michigan from Heart Failure.
[ref. death certificate of Emily (Smith) FULLER]
     buried in Old Marne Cemetery, Ottawa County, MI.

1892-1893 George M. FULLER in 1/2 square mile (#11) one mile
South & 1/4 mile East of Berlin, Talmadge Township, Ottawa
County, Michigan; Nathan FULLER (nephew) in some part section. 
George M. FULLER married 2/wife Elizabeth Wheeler (b. 1828) May
20 or 22, 1896. 

May 3, 1905 George M. FULLER lived at RFD Route No. 2, Grand
Rapids, Michigan.

May 3, 1905 (letter from George M. FULLER to his son, George E.
FULLER)
     "this Beautiful May morning finds us yet on this side of the
grave as well as could be expected and present circumstances and
we hope those few pencil marks may find you all quite well you
know I should like to see you all  how much I cant tell because
it is a lonesome time with me now but it is no use rehearsing the
past I must face the future"
     "it will be 5 (or 9?) years this month since I moved in
hewer but as Johnny's time will expire in November there will be
different arrangement made  I once was a man and could defend
myself and my children  but today I am a mere child and know one
seems to look after me when strength fails it is hard to stem the
tide"

Family Reunion - August 20, 1905
     The children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Mr.
George FULLER, Sr., met at his home near Berlin last Sunday to
help celebrate his eighty-fifth birthday anniversary.  The
children were George E. FULLER and L.P. FULLER, both of Kansas;
Mrs. Rebecca Betts of Berlin, Mrs. Susan Andrews of Newaygo, Mrs.
Euphemia Linn of Saugatuck, and Mrs. Louana Vogel of Grand
Rapids.  The grandchildren were all residents of Grand Rapids and
vicinity, except Mrs. Rogers and two children of Sheboygan, Wis. 
After all were seated at the dinner table Mrs. Euphemia Linn read
a poem composed for the occasion by her husband, the Rev. R.
Linn, after which the father gave a few touching remarks in
response.  After dinner Mrs. Louana Vogel took her seat at the
organ, while the guests gathered around and sang a few stanzes of
favorite hymns.

     Elizabeth (Wheeler) FULLER died March 7, 1906; buried in Old
Marne Cemetery, Ottawa County, MI.

     His leg always gave him trouble.  When George M. FULLER
died, he still had a running sore.
     George M. FULLER died Saturday, December 23, 1905 age 85 yrs
4 months 3 days in Ottawa County, Michigan; buried in Berlin
Cemetery, Ottawa County, MI.

05-Apr-1996                  Family Group Sheet

 Husband: George M. FULLER   age: 85 
    Born: 20 AUG 1820     in: Minden, Montgomery County, New York         
    Died: 23 DEC 1905     in: Ottawa County, MI                           
  Buried:                 in: Old Marne Cemetery, Ottawa County, MI       
     Ref:                     Occupation: farmer                          
  Father: Daniel B. FULLER  
  Mother: Susannah AMES  
  George Fuller was a farmer at Berlin, Ottawa County, MI
  Source of Info: Ottawa County V-1, pp. 245-246, book at DAR

    Wife: Emily SMITH   age: 62 
 Married: Aug-1845        in: KentCo, MI                                  
    Born:  6 JUL 1830     in: CAN                                         
    Died:  3 AUG 1892     in: Ottawa County, Michigan                     
  Buried:                 in: Old Marne Cemetery, Ottawa County, MI       
  Father: Jesse SMITH  
  Mother: Elizabeth "Betsy" E. FAIRCHILD  

F Child 1 Rebecca FULLER  
    Born: 16 JUL 1846     in: MI                                          
    Died: Sep-1918        in: Berlin, OttawaCo, MI                        
  Spouse: John C. BETTS  
 Married:                 in:                                             
F Child 2 Susanna FULLER  
    Born: 12 NOV 1847     in: MI                                          
    Died: 1936            in: NewaygoCo,MI                                
  Spouse: Robert ANDREWS  
 Married: 1863            in:                                             
F Child 3 Euphemia FULLER  
    Born:  1 MAR 1851     in: MI                                          
    Died: Dec-1941        in: Saugatuck, Allegan County, MI               
  Spouse: Joe BISSARD  
 Married:                 in:                                             
  Spouse: Robert LINN  
 Married:                 in:                                             
M Child 4 Charles FULLER  
    Born: 1854            in: MI                                          
    Died:                 in: MI                                          
M Child 5 George Edward FULLER  age: 89 
    Born: 28 JUL 1856     in: Ashland, NewaygoCo, MI                     1
    Died: 26 FEB 1946     in: Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas            
  Buried:                 in: Cherryvale, Montgomery County, Kansas       
     Ref:                     Occupation: farmer & lumberman              
  Spouse: Ida May SQUIER  
 Married:  7 NOV 1883     in: Muskegon, Michigan                         1
M Child 6 Loyal Parm FULLER  age: 81 
    Born: 22 NOV 1860     in: MI                                          
    Died: 18 OCT 1942     in: Columbus, Cherokee County, Kansas           
     Ref:                     Occupation: farmer                          
  Spouse: Mabel APPLEGARTH  
 Married: 1880            in:                                             
  Spouse: BELL _____  
 Married:                 in:                                             
F Child 7 Louanna FULLER  
    Born:  3 OCT 1867     in: MI                                          
    Died:                 in: MI                                          
  Spouse: Andrew VOGEL  
 Married:                 in: MI                                          

    Wife: Elizabeth WHEELER   
 Married: 22 MAY 1896     in: MI                                          
    Born: 1828            in: MI                                          
    Died:  7 MAR 1906     in: Ottawa County, MI                           
  Buried:                 in: Old Marne Cemetery, Ottawa County, MI       
  Father:
  Mother:

 
1 Family Record of Ida Squier Fuller in the family Bible.

Loyal P. FULLER
     Loyal P. FULLER married 1/w Mabel Applegarth
Loyal Parm and Mabel (Applegarth) FULLER came to Mill Creek
Township, Washington County, Kansas and settled on a farm in the
neighborhood of the Grandview School District No. 144 in late
February or early March 1884 before there was a Morrowville, KS
or even a railroad west of Washington, KS.  
Loyal P. FULLER purchased the S1/2 of SE1/4 Sec. 12-2,S-2,R in
May 1884 and sold it March 1909.
Through the year of 1884 Loyal Parm and Mabel (Applegarth) FULLER
acquired a little home just north of where they had lived.
Loyal P. FULLER purchased N1/2 of SW1/4 Sec. 7-2-3 in December
1892 and sold it in 1909.
Mabel FULLER died in 1935.
2/wife ? Bell
Loyal P. FULLER died at Columbus, Cherokee County, Kansas
Loyal and Mabel FULLER left a son, Ernest FULLER, who lives in
Kansas City, MO, three grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

05-Apr-1996                  Family Group Sheet

 Husband: George Edward FULLER   age: 89 
    Born: 28 JUL 1856     in: Ashland, NewaygoCo, MI                     1
    Died: 26 FEB 1946     in: Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas            
  Buried:                 in: Cherryvale, Montgomery County, Kansas       
     Ref:                     Occupation: farmer & lumberman              
  Father: George M. FULLER  
  Mother: Emily SMITH  

  George Edward FULLER
                  
                  July 28, 1856 George Fuller was born in Ashland, NewaygoCo, MI.
                  August 12, 1862 George Fuller (age 6) saw his father, George M.
                  FULLER, volunteer to defend his country leaving his mother, Emily
                  (SMITH) FULLER, with him and the other children at home.
                  1872 George Edward FULLER (age 16) started his career as a
                  lumberman--sometimes as a chopper--sometimes on the rollway--
                  sometimes hauling logs.
                  1880 George Edward FULLER (age 21), a laborer, was living with
                  Eugene Kepler, a lumberman, and 16 other men in Sheridan
                  Township, Newaygo County, Michigan.
                  While serving as foreman in the lumber camp on the David SQUIER
                  farm, he met his future wife, Ida May SQUIER (David SQUIER's
                  niece), who was a school teacher and was staying at her Uncle's
                  home.
                  1882 George Fuller (age 26) he came to Mill Creek Township,
                  Washington County, KS and purchased an 80 acre farm. He had
                  followed some neighbors from Michigan, the McCollum brothers. He
                  stayed with a family named Creighton and was employed by Mr.
                  James Creighton who lived near the McCollums.
                  1883 George Fuller returned to Michigan.
                  November 7, 1883 George Edward FULLER married Ida May Squier at
                  Muskegon, Michigan.
                  1883-1884 They resided at Michigan for a short time.
                  Feb-Mar 1884 George Edward and Ida May (Squier) FULLER and
                  (brother) Loyal Parm and Mabel (Applegarth) FULLER came to Mill
                  Creek Township (Morrowville), Washington County, Kansas and
                  settled on farms in the neighborhood of the Grandview School
                  District No. 144.  George and Ida lived on what was called the
                  McCormick place.
                  May 1884 George FULLER purchased the W1/2 of NE1/4 - Sec. 13 -
                  2S-2R not far from where they lived. This land was prairie --
                  virgin Blue Stem sod, no improvements, not a fence or anything.
                  They had to give possession of the McCormick place, so they moved
                  into a little boarded-up shack. George FULLER, being handy at
                  carpentry and having had some experience, started a new house on
                  their new real estate.
                  February 1911 George Fuller sold the W1/2 of NE1/4 - Sec. 13 -
                  2S-2R.
                  1911 They moved to Cherryvale, Montgomery County, KS and lived on
                  a 200 acre farm one mile north of town (Route 4 on Liberty Street
                  Road). The five younger children attended school in Cherryvale.
                  1919 George Edward and Ida May FULLER moved to and owned a home
                  in north La Junta, Otero County, Colorado.
                  1923 During their residency there, they had a "modern" hen-egg
                  operation.
                  1929 George Edward and Ida FULLER moved back to Cherryvale,
                  Montgomery County, Kansas. The farm near Cherryvale had two
                  residences, a large two-story frame house and a small tenant
                  house.  When he was no longer able to operate the farm himself,
                  George and Ida moved to the small house where they lived until
                  they sold the farm in 1945.
                  August 1945 George Edward and Ida May (Squier) FULLER moved to
                  Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas to live with their two widowed
                  daughters, Nellie and Alta.
                  
                  February 26, 1946 George Fuller (age 89) died at Lawrence,
                  Douglas County, Kansas; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Cherryvale,
                  Montgomery County, Kansas.


                  
               July 28, 1947 Ida May (Squier) FULLER died at Lawrence, Douglas
                  County, Kansas; buried in Fairview Cemetery, Cherryvale,
                  Montgomery County, Kansas.

    Wife: Ida May SQUIER   age: 83 
 Married:  7 NOV 1883     in: Muskegon, Michigan                         1
    Born: 24 NOV 1863     in: Bridgeton, NewaygoCo, MI                   1
    Died: 28 JUL 1947     in: Lawrence, Douglas County, Kansas            
  Buried:                 in: Cherryvale, Montgomery County, Kansas       
     Ref:                     Occupation: teacher                         
  Father: James D. SQUIER  
  Mother: Catherine Eleanor MARKLE  

F Child 1 Winifred FULLER  age: 0 
    Born:  6-Mar-1885     in: WashingtonCo, KS                           1
    Died:  6-Sep-1885     in: WashingtonCo, KS                           1
  Buried:                 in: Hickory Grove Cemetery, Haddam, KS          
F Child 2 Nellie FULLER  age: 83 
    Born: 12-Apr-1886     in: WashingtonCo, KS                           1
    Died:  2-Apr-1970     in: Lawrence, Douglas County, KS                
  Buried:                 in: Hickory Grove Cemetery, Haddam, KS          
  Spouse: Frank Leslie WELLS  
 Married: 19-Dec-1910     in: Morrowville, WashingtonCo, KS              1
  Spouse: Henry CORSER  
 Married:                 in:                                             
Divorced/Annulled/Separated: D  End Year:       
F Child 3 Alta Fay FULLER  age: 89 
    Born: 22 SEP 1887     in: Morrowville, WashingtonCo, KS              1
    Died: 23 JUL 1977     in: Topsfield, MA                               
  Buried: 26 JUL 1977     in: Topsfield, MA                               
     Ref:                     Occupation: teacher/seamstress              
  Spouse: William Henry PARKEN  
 Married: 23 DEC 1908     in: Morrowville, WashingtonCo, KS              1
F Child 4 Bertha FULLER  age: 96 
    Born: 19-Dec-1888     in: WashingtonCo, KS                           1
    Died: 27-Oct-1985     in: Denver, CO                                  
     Ref:                     Occupation: Seamstress                      
  Spouse: Edo ERPS  
 Married:  6-Dec-1911     in: Cherryvale, Montgomery County, KS          1
M Child 5 Ralph Edward FULLER  age: 89 
    Born: 25-Jan-1890     in: WashingtonCo, KS                           1
    Died: 25-Feb-1979     in: Denver, CO                                  
     Ref:                     Occupation: Master Carpenter                
  Spouse: Irene BROUGHER  
 Married:  4-Oct-1919     in: Cherryvale, Montgomery County, KS          1
M Child 6 Melvin FULLER  age: 0 
    Born:  5-Dec-1892     in: WashingtonCo, KS                           1
    Died: 29-Jan-1893     in: WashingtonCo, KS                           1
  Buried:                 in: Hickory Grove Cemetery, Haddam, KS          
F Child 7 Genevieve FULLER  age: 99 
    Born:  3-May-1894     in: WashingtonCo, KS                           1
    Died: 17-Jan-1994     in: Denver, CO                                  
     Ref:                     Occupation: teacher                         
  Spouse: Bonum N. LEWIS  
 Married: 27-Nov-1921     in: Pueblo, CO                                 1
  Spouse: James SCHOCK  
 Married: 1958            in: Denver, CO                                  
M Child 8 Russell James FULLER  age: 19 
    Born: 21-May-1896     in: WashingtonCo, KS                           1
    Died:  7-Dec-1915     in: Cherryvale, Montgomery County, KS          1
  Buried:                 in: Fairview Cemetery, Cherryvale, KS           
M Child 9 Squier FULLER  age: 0 
    Born: 17-Dec-1898     in: WashingtonCo, KS                           1
    Died: 16-Jan-1899     in: WashingtonCo, KS                           1
  Buried:                 in: Hickory Grove Cemetery, Haddam, KS          
M Child 10 George Squier FULLER  age: 75 
    Born: 11-Sep-1900     in: WashingtonCo, KS                           1
    Died:  6-Apr-1976     in: Denver, CO                                  
  Buried:                 in: Crown Hill Cemetery, Denver, CO             
     Ref:                     Occupation: Lawyer                          
  Spouse: Rosemond McCONNEL  
 Married: 15-Dec-1921     in:                                             
Divorced/Annulled/Separated: D  End Year: 1951  
  Spouse: Alice  
 Married: Aft 1951        in:                                             
F Child 11 Ida FULLER  age: 0 
    Born: 12-Sep-1902     in: WashingtonCo, KS                           1
    Died:  6-Mar-1903     in: WashingtonCo, KS                           1
  Buried:                 in: Hickory Grove Cemetery, Haddam, KS          
F Child 12 Katherine E. FULLER  age: 90 
    Born: 18-Apr-1905     in: WashingtonCo, KS                           1
    Died:                 in:                                             
  Spouse: Grover Cleveland PAUL  
 Married:  7-Jun-1923     in: La Junta, CO                               1

 
1 Family Record of Ida Squier Fuller in the family Bible.

Alta Fay FULLER
     Alta Fay FULLER was tall, dark-haired and dark eyes.  She made many 
friends by her cheerful disposition.  She was
a student of Washington Academy at Washington, Kansas.  She was for several 
years a successful teacher in the public
schools of Washington County, Kansas.  
Alta Fay FULLER taught 1905, Silver Slope #53; 1906, Triumph #59; and 1909, 
Grandview.
     Alta Fay FULLER married William Henry Parken on the evening of December 
23, 1908 at her parent's home (four
miles northeast of Morrowville, Mills Creek Township, Washington County, 
Kansas).  Rev. Boysr of the M.E. church officiating.

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