REUBEN FULLER & MARY POLLY CASH

Reuben FULLER
  b. 10 Feb 1769, Windham, Hampton Co., CT
  d. 7 Jul 1837, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY
& Mary Polly CASH
  b. 27 Jun 1775, Orange Co, NY
  d. ca 11 Sep 1849, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY
  m. 23 May 1793, Probably Sheshequin, PA
|	Electa FULLER
|	  b. 19 Nov 1794, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA
|	  d. 11 Dec 1858, Kuckville, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	& (Rev) George KUCK
|	  m. 25 Mar 1819
|	|	Emily Minerva KUCK
|	|	  b. 14 Jun 1823, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 28 Aug 1861
|	|	& Charles G BECKWITH
|	|	  b. 17 Nov 1820, Great Barrington, Berkshire Co., MA
|	|	  d. 21 Mar 1899, Gaines, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  m. 26 Jun 1845
|	|	Elbert E KUCK
|	|	& Frances A GREELEY
|	|	  b. 1 Feb 1835, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 24 Mar 1856, Leroy, NY
|	Hiram Payne FULLER
|	  b. 27 Feb 1798, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA
|	  d. 9 May 1856, Seneca, Lenawee Co., MI
|	& Sarah GOOLD
|	  b. 21 Feb 1806
|	  d. 21 Nov 1884, Pleasant View, SD ?
|	  m. 6 Dec 1820
|	|	Electa FULLER
|	|	  b. 3 Mar 1822, Carlton, Barry Co., MI
|	|	  d. Mar 1903, Centralia, IL
|	|	& SWARTOUT
|	|	Guy Paine FULLER
|	|	  b. 20 Jan 1824, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 3 May 1915, Adrian, Lenawee Co., MI
|	|	& Sophia CADY
|	|	  b. 14 Feb 1825
|	|	  d. 28 Jan 1915, Adrian, Lenawee Co., MI
|	|	  m. 15 Apr 1847
|	|	Louisa FULLER*
|	|	  b. 3 Mar 1826, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 13 Jan 1907, Scranton, IL
|	|	& William GOOLD
|	|	Louisa FULLER*
|	|	  b. 3 Mar 1826, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 13 Jan 1907, Scranton, IL
|	|	& James MORRIS
|	|	Louisa FULLER*
|	|	  b. 3 Mar 1826, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 13 Jan 1907, Scranton, IL
|	|	& William Ward FULLER
|	|	Erasmus Quincy FULLER
|	|	  b. 6 Aug 1828, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 16 Oct 1883, Atlanta, GA
|	|	& Rosamund COFFIN
|	|	  b. 4 Jun 1831, Williamsburg
|	|	  d. 24 Mar 1909, Chicago, IL
|	|	  m. 30 Dec 1851
|	|	Beulah FULLER
|	|	  b. 30 Jul 1830, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. Sturgis, MI
|	|	& AUSTIN
|	|	Morris Fitch FULLER
|	|	  b. 22 Dec 1833, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 30 Dec 1903, Huron, SD
|	|	& Mary Louisa PAGE
|	|	  b. 2 Jun 1835, Fairfield, MI
|	|	  m. 1 May 1856
|	|	Carlos Reader FULLER
|	|	  b. 21 Jan 1835, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	& Julia Adella DODD
|	|	  b. 5 Feb 1841, Broome Co., NY
|	|	  m. 2 Nov 1865
|	|	Sarah Elizabeth FULLER
|	|	  b. 22 Feb 1837, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	& William BLAINE
|	|	Innocent FULLER
|	|	  b. 24 Sep 1839, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	& William TWIGGS
|	|	Achsah Adell FULLER
|	|	  b. 25 Jul 1842, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	& lverson W PAGE
|	|	Cash DeWitt FULLER
|	|	  b. 10 Feb 1845, Adrian, Lenawee Co., MI
|	|	& Jennie BAKER
|	|	  m. 20 Oct 1869, Morenci, MI
|	|	Cassius M FULLER
|	|	  b. ca 1846, MI
|	|	Francis FULLER
|	|	  b. ca 1848
|	Harmon FULLER
|	  b. 10 Sep 1800, Sheshequin, PA
|	  d. 10 May 1875, Orleans Co, NY
|	& Polly BARNUM
|	  b. 22 May 1803, Cayuga Co., NY
|	  d. 24 Feb 1872, Carlton, Barry Co, MI
|	  m. 1 Feb 1823, Kuckville, Orleans Co, NY
|	|	Amanda FULLER
|	|	  b. 26 Feb 1824, Probably Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 8 Jul 1825, Probably Orleans Co., NY
|	|	Elmira FULLER
|	|	  b. 20 Aug 1825, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 25 Jul 1894, Probably Carlton, Barry Co., MI
|	|	& Jasper WARNER
|	|	  b. 26 Sep 1824, Yates, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  m. 28 Sep 1845, Gaines, NY
|	|	Horace C FULLER*
|	|	  b. 12 Apr 1827, Probably Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 2 Jan 1893, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	& Mary SHERMAN
|	|	  b. 22 Sep 1834
|	|	  d. 22 Jul 1855
|	|	  m. bef 1855
|	|	Horace C FULLER*
|	|	  b. 12 Apr 1827, Probably Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 2 Jan 1893, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	& Elizabeth SCOTT
|	|	  b. 25 Apr 1838
|	|	  d. 6 Oct 1918, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  m. aft 1855
|	|	Lyman Cash FULLER
|	|	  b. 9 Dec 1828, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY
|	|	& Sarah L. BARNUM
|	|	  b. 10 Jul 1838, Yates, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  m. ca 23 Feb 1859, Eagle Harbor, NY
|	|	Julia Ann FULLER
|	|	  b. 11 Dec 1830, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY
|	|	  d. 24 Dec 1904, Carlton Twp., Barry Co, MI
|	|	& Truman Perry BARNUM
|	|	  b. 15 Dec 1823, Yates, Orleans Co, NY
|	|	  d. 30 Jun 1913, Carlton Twp., Barry Co, MI
|	|	  m. 29 Aug 1848, Yates, Orleans Co, NY
|	|	Alvah E. FULLER
|	|	  b. 7 May 1832, Probably Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 26 Oct 1906
|	|	Celia FULLER
|	|	  b. 4 Nov 1834, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY
|	|	  d. 4 Nov 1905, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	& Reuben Elmer FULLER
|	|	  b. 3 Aug 1832, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 6 Oct 1918, Ridgeway, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  m. 2 Feb 1857, NY
|	|	Flora FULLER
|	|	  b. 25 Aug 1836, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 16 Apr 1893, Carlton, Barry Co, MI
|	|	Harmon 'Harrison' Barnum FULLER
|	|	  b. 3 Mar 1838, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 3 Aug 1917, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	& Martha A.
|	|	  b. 28 Jul 1839, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 19 Nov 1907
|	|	Philo FULLER*
|	|	  b. 28 Jan 1841, Carlton Twp., Orleans Co, NY
|	|	  d. 31 May 1925, Carlton, Barry Co., MI
|	|	& Elsie MORGAN
|	|	  b. 14 Mar 1847, Ruggles, Ashland Co., OH
|	|	  d. 19 Aug 1903, Carlton Twp., Barry Co., MI
|	|	  m. 7 Apr 1866
|	|	Philo FULLER*
|	|	  b. 28 Jan 1841, Carlton Twp., Orleans Co, NY
|	|	  d. 31 May 1925, Carlton, Barry Co., MI
|	|	& Mary E WILSON
|	|	  b. 1849
|	|	  d. 1934
|	|	  m. ca 1917, Barry Co., MI
|	|	Edwin R. FULLER
|	|	  b. 19 Jul 1842, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  m. 1 Jul 1870
|	|	Josephus FULLER
|	|	  b. 29 Nov 1844, Orleans Co, NY
|	|	  d. 11 Apr 1918, Woodland, Barry Co, MI
|	|	& Elnora Deborah BARNUM
|	|	  b. 5 Aug 1849, Carlton Twp., Barry Co, MI
|	|	  d. 7 Feb 1927, Hastings, Barry Co., MI
|	|	  m. 29 Dec 1865
|	|	Ida A. FULLER
|	|	  b. 9 Jul 1846, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  m. 21 Feb 1867
|	John Cash FULLER
|	  b. 20 Feb 1803, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA
|	  d. 21 Feb 1880, Pendleton, NY
|	& Eliza GOOLD
|	  b. 3 May 1808
|	  d. 28 Oct 1890
|	  m. 2 Feb 1825
|	|	Simon Kinney FULLER
|	|	  b. 9 Nov 1825, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 10 Sep 1910, Los Angeles, CA
|	|	& Mary Ann SWARTOUT
|	|	  b. 27 Nov 1826, Newfane, Niagara Co., NY
|	|	  d. 3 Jan 1908, Brawley, CA
|	|	  m. 31 Aug 1843, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	Phebe Ethalinda FULLER
|	|	  b. 3 May 1827, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	& Chauncey H LUM
|	|	Homer Goold FULLER*
|	|	  b. 29 Jun 1829, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 7 Jan 1911, Winfield, KS
|	|	& Julia ELMER
|	|	Homer Goold FULLER*
|	|	  b. 29 Jun 1829, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 7 Jan 1911, Winfield, KS
|	|	& Harriet BIRDSEY
|	|	  b. 1837
|	|	  d. 24 May 1903, Winfield, KS
|	|	Helen Goold FULLER
|	|	  b. 25 Jun 1829, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 13 Dec 1904
|	|	& John D LELAND
|	|	  d. 14 Jul 1910
|	|	Harriet Newell FULLER
|	|	  b. 1 May 1832, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 5 Apr 1869
|	|	& Charles G BECKWITH
|	|	  b. 3 Jan 1821
|	|	  d. 21 May 1899, Gaines, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  m. 21 Jan 1863
|	|	James Cash FULLER
|	|	  b. 4 Jun 1835, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 6 Feb 1901, Moline, IL
|	|	& Nannie C HARRISON
|	|	  m. 24 Aug 1871
|	|	Lyman Gardner FULLER
|	|	  b. 9 Nov 1838, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	& Adaline H BROWNING
|	|	Merritt Bond FULLER
|	|	  b. 27 Feb 1841, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	& Lucy TAYLOR
|	|	  b. 11 Jun 1841, Pendleton, NY
|	|	  m. 8 Dec 1863
|	|	Eugene Corydon FULLER
|	|	  b. 25 May 1844, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 14 Jun 1914
|	|	& Carolyn V WILEY
|	|	  m. 23 May 1869
|	|	Newton Artemas FULLER
|	|	  b. 22 Nov 1846, Yates, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	& Mercy Caroline GOODRIDGE
|	|	  m. 28 Mar 1870, Lockport, NY
|	|	Neal Octavus FULLER*
|	|	  b. 31 Jul 1854
|	|	& Emma DUNKLEBURG
|	|	  d. 15 Sep 1882
|	|	Neal Octavus FULLER*
|	|	  b. 31 Jul 1854
|	|	& Alice KUCK
|	Minerva Hopkins FULLER
|	  b. 20 Oct 1805, Sheshequin, Bradford Co., PA
|	& Elihu Marvin GOOLD
|	  b. 9 Mar 1799
|	  d. 15 May 1883, New Windsor, Mercer Co., IL
|	  m. Apr 1822, Orleans Co., NY
|	Lyman FULLER
|	  b. 16 Aug 1808, Sheshequin, Bradford Co, PA
|	  d. 23 Mar 1866, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY
|	& Roxana BARNUM
|	  b. 3 Mar 1810, Hartland, Niagara Co, NY
|	  d. 24 May 1875, Probably Carlton, Barry Co, MI
|	  m. 24 May 1825
|	|	Phebe Ann FULLER
|	|	  b. 19 Oct 1827, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY
|	|	  d. 13 Oct 1886, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	& Warren A ROOT
|	|	  b. 6 May 1822, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 9 Apr 1899
|	|	  m. 15 Apr 1847
|	|	Nathan R. FULLER
|	|	  b. 1 Jun 1835, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 8 Jun 1907, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	& Abigail 'Abbie' ROOT
|	|	  b. 14 Sep 1840, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 8 Jul 1913, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  m. 18 Sep 1859, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	Phebe Ann FULLER
|	  b. 10 Nov 1810, Sheshequin, PA
|	  d. 4 Aug 1813, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY
|	Reuben W. FULLER
|	  b. 23 Nov 1813, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY
|	  d. 30 Jun 1864
|	& Jennette PITCHER
|	  b. 1815, CT
|	  d. 23 Feb 1869
|	|	George W FULLER
|	|	  b. 1835, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	  d. 22 Mar 1865
|	|	Minerva E FULLER
|	|	  b. ca 1836, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	Marvin T FULLER
|	|	  b. ca 1839, Orleans Co., NY
|	|	Mary J FULLER
|	|	  b. ca 1842, Orleans Co., NY
|	Hannah Ann FULLER
|	  b. 8 May 1817, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY
|	  d. 8 Aug 1885
|	& William BROWN
|	  m. 18 Sep 1836
|	Mary E. FULLER
|	  b. 8 Aug 1821, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY
|	  d. 5 Sep 1885
|	& Alonzo BENTLEY
|	  m. aft 1837


First Generation 


1. Reuben FULLER, 5G Grandfather. Born on 10 Feb 1769 in Windham,
Hampton Co., CT. Reuben died in Carlton, Orleans Co, NY on 7 Jul 1837;
he was 68. The Fuller book gives his death date as 4 July 1837. Buried
in Fuller Cem., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY. Occupation: Farmer.

He is #15, pg 92 of the Fuller book

"Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn, MA," Compiled
by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg  94, #15: 
Reuben Fuller went with his father Stephen and brother John with General
Spalding from Bradford Co., PA, in 1783, and settled in Sheshequin, near
Tioga Point, now known as Athens, Pa., and the History of Sheshequin,
published by C. F. Haverly, Tawanda, Pa., contains much about the
Fullers.

The Pioneer History of Orleans Co., NY, states that Reuben Fuller came
from Bradford Co., PA., and settled near the lake shore in West Carlton,
NY, in 1811.  He was a farmer.  

Children, the first 7 probably b. in Sheshequin, the others in Carlton.

Research: "Pioneer History of Orleans County, NY"

"History of Sheshequin, PA"

"Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn, MA," Compiled
by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg 1 (or 9); pg
10, 12, 91, 92, 94 & 102; Vol 2, pg 101

Information from Betty Goodgame, P.O. Box 145, Adin, CA 96006, phone
#916-294-5446--she is writing a book on the Fuller family

"Pioneers of Massachusetts" by Pope

"History of Barry & Eaton Counties, Michigan, 1885"

"Landmarks of Orleans County, NY"

Fuller Cem., Waterport Rd., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY, Transcribed
1993 & contributed Nov 1996 by Sharon Kerridge, Orleans Co. Coordinator,
NY GENWEB (sak@vivanet.com) [USGENWEB Archives Notice:  Material may be
freely used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains
on all copied material.  These electronic pages cannot be reproduced in
any format for profit or other presentation.]

Information prepared 12 July 1987 by H.S. & E.B. Beckwith, 8625 Chapel
Drive, Annandale, VA 22003-3619, (703) 978-3125, copy obtained May 1997
from Jim Goold, 5562 N. Angus St., Fresno, CA 93710

Per information received via the internet on12 Nov 1997 from Douglas J.
Murphy (douglasmurphy@lucent.com), Reuben's death date from his
gravestone is actually 7 July 1837, not 4 July 1837

On 23 May 1793 when Reuben was 24, he married Mary Polly CASH, daughter
of Daniel CASH (14 Feb 1739-ca 1789) & Mary TRACY (17 Feb 1745-1789), in
Probably Sheshequin, PA. Born on 27 Jun 1775 in Orange Co, NY. Mary
Polly died in Carlton, Orleans Co, NY ca 11 Sep 1849; she was 74. Buried
in Fuller Cem., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY.

The Fuller book gives her date of death as 12 Sep 1849, but the cemetery
record shows it to be 11 Sep 1849.

Daughter of Daniel Cash & Mary Tracey.  Not a lot is known about them
except the following --" Daniel Cash, great-grandfather of our subject,
was born in New England in 1747, and in 1769 he and his wife Mary Tracey
Cash, were married, in the Warwick Baptist church of Orange county.  In
1776 they emigrated to Pittston, PA, at which time occurred the troubles
with the Indians.  Mr. Cash's family being among those who were obliged
to take refuge in the fort for safety from the Wyoming massacre.  The
children of Daniel and Mary Cash were--Isaac, Nathan, Reuben, Mehitable,
Ziporah, Polly, Betsey, Phoebe, and Pamelia.  Polly was the grandmother
of Nathan R.  The father and mother of this family died in 1789 in
Orange county."--this was taken from the book, "Landmarks of Orleans
County, New York, " pg 127

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94

Fuller Cem., Waterport Rd., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY, Transcribed
1993 & contributed Nov 1996 by Sharon Kerridge, Orleans Co. Coordinator,
NY GENWEB (sak@vivanet.com) [USGENWEB Archives Notice:  Material may be
freely used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains
on all copied material.  These electronic pages cannot be reproduced in
any format for profit or other presentation.]

Information prepared 12 July 1987 by H.S. & E.B. Beckwith, 8625 Chapel
Drive, Annandale, VA 22003-3619, (703) 978-3125, copy obtained May 1997
from Jim Goold, 5562 N. Angus St., Fresno, CA 93710

Written information received 30 June 1997 from Sibyl Zorn, 12 River
Street, Batavia, NY 14020

They had the following children:
	2	i.	Electa (1794-1858)
	3	ii.	Hiram Payne (1798-1856)
	4	iii.	Harmon (1800-1875)
	5	iv.	John Cash (1803-1880)
	6	v.	Minerva Hopkins (1805-)
	7	vi.	Lyman (1808-1866)
	8	vii.	Phebe Ann (1810-1813)
	9	viii.	Reuben W. (1813-1864)
	10	ix.	Hannah Ann (1817-1885)
	11	x.	Mary E. (1821-1885)


Second Generation 

Family of Reuben FULLER (1) & Mary Polly CASH


2. Electa FULLER, 5G Aunt. Born on 19 Nov 1794 in Sheshequin, Bradford
Co., PA. Electa died in Kuckville, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY on 11 Dec
1858; she was 64.

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
1 (or 9); pg 10, 12, 91, 92, 93, 94,101

Information from Betty Goodgame, P.O. Box 145, Adin, CA 96006, phone
#916-294-5446--she is writing a book on the Fuller family

Information prepared 12 July 1987 by H.S. & E.B. Beckwith, 8625 Chapel
Drive, Annandale, VA 22003-3619, (703) 978-3125, copy obtained May 1997
from Jim Goold, 5562 N. Angus St., Fresno, CA 93710

She is #43, pg 94, in the Fuller genealogy

On 25 Mar 1819 when Electa was 24, she married (Rev) George KUCK.

Research: 1830 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY, pg 100

They had the following children:
	12	i.	Emily Minerva (1823-1861)
	13	ii.	Elbert E

3. Hiram Payne FULLER, 5G Uncle. Born on 27 Feb 1798 in Sheshequin,
Bradford Co., PA. Hiram Payne died in Seneca, Lenawee Co., MI on 9 May
1856; he was 58.

He is #44, pg 94 in the Fuller genealogy

The family moved from Carlton, NY, to Seneca, MI, in 1843.  Children all
born in Carlton except Cash D, born in MI.

Research: 1830 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY, pg 101

1840 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY

"Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn, MA," Compiled
by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg 94 & 101-102

Information from Betty Goodgame, P.O. Box 145, Adin, CA 96006, phone
#916-294-5446--she is writing a book on the Fuller family

"Southeastern Michigan Pioneer Families, Especially Lenawee County and
New York Origins," Compiled by Helen F. Lewis, Kinship Publishers,
Rhinebeck, NY,1994

1850 federal census, Seneca Twp., Lenawee Co., MI

On 6 Dec 1820 when Hiram Payne was 22, he married Sarah GOOLD. Born on
21 Feb 1806. Sarah died in Pleasant View, SD ? on 21 Nov 1884; she was
78.

Daughter of Elihu Goold (6 Feb 1769, New London Co., CT - 23 Dec 1822,
Orleans Co., NY) and Sarah Marvin (7 July 1773, Lyme, New London Co., CT
- March 1839, Orleans Co., NY).  Elihu was a son of James Goold and
Elizabeth Chappell, and Sarah was a daughter of Timothy Marvin and Sarah
Perkins.  She was a sister of Eliza Goold, wife of John Cash Fuller, and
also Elihu Marvin Goold, who married Minerva Hopkins Fuller.  Those 3
siblings married 3 Fuller siblings.

The Fuller book gives her date and place of death as 21 Nov 1884,
Pleasant View, SD, but Jim Goold's data shows it as 1856.  We know that
her husband died in 1856.  Further research needs to be done about
Sarah's death date and place.

They had the following children:
	14	i.	Electa (1822-1903)
	15	ii.	Guy Paine (1824-1915)
	16	iii.	Louisa (1826-1907)
	17	iv.	Erasmus Quincy (1828-1883)
	18	v.	Beulah (1830-)
	19	vi.	Morris Fitch (1833-1903)
	20	vii.	Carlos Reader (1835-)
	21	viii.	Sarah Elizabeth (1837-)
	22	ix.	Innocent (1839-)
	23	x.	Achsah Adell (1842-)
	24	xi.	Cash DeWitt (1845-)
	25	xii.	Cassius M (ca1846-)
	26	xiii.	Francis (ca1848-)

4. Harmon FULLER, GGGG Grandfather. Born on 10 Sep 1800 in Sheshequin,
PA. Harmon died in Orleans Co, NY on 10 May 1875; he was 74. Buried in
Fuller Cem., Carlton Twp., Barry Co, MI. Occupation: Farmer.

There is no evidence that Harmon Fuller served in the War of 1812,
despite the biogrphical sketch of his son, Philo Fuller, which states
so.

He is #45, pg 94 in the Fuller genealogy

He was born in Sheshequin, PA; married in 1823 in Kuckville, Orleans Co,
NY.  The first 7 children were born in New York.  They must have moved
to MI about the time it became a state in 1837, as the remaining
children were born in MI, according to census records, from 1838 to
1846.

He died in Orleans County, NY, but his body was brought to Michigan, &
buried in the Fuller Cemetery, Carlton Twp., Barry County, MI

Research: 1830 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY, pg 101

1840 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY,  383/726

1850 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (321/323)--Harmon Fuller,
49, male, farmer, value of real estate $4000, bp PA; Polly, 46, female,
bp NY; Almira, 30, f, Horace, 27, male, farmer;  Cash, 22, male, farmer;
on pg 45, #321/323 it continues--Julia Fuller, 20, NY, Alva, 18, Celia,
16, Flora, 14, Harrison, 12, Philo, 9, Edwin, 8, Josephus, 6, Ida, 4

1855 New York State Census, Orleans Co., Town of Carlton, 12 June 1855,
2nd El. District--household #101, framed dwelling, value $250, family
#101--Harmon Fuller, 54, male, bp PA, married, 44 years residence in
city, farmer, native voter, owns land; Polly Fuller, 51, female, wife,
bp Orleans Co., married, 36 years resided in city; Celia, 20, female,
child, bp Orleans Co., 20 years residence; Flora, 18, female, child, bp
Orleans Co., 18 years residence; Harrison B. Fuller, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., 16 years residence, farmer; Philo, 14, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., 14 years residence; Edward, 12, male, child, bp Orleans
Co., 12 years residence; Josephus, 10, male, child, bp Orleans Co., 10
years residence; Ida, 8, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 8 years
residence

1860 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (300/300)--Harmon Fuller,
59, male, farmer, value of property $12,500/$500, born PA; Polly, 57,
female, born NY; Horace, 32, male, born NY; Josephus, 15, male, born NY;
Ida, 13, female, born NY; Flora Fuller, 25, female, servant, born NY;
Elisabeth, 23, female, born Scotland; Elbert, 2 male, born NY

1865 ORLEANS COUNTY,  NEW YORK STATE CENSUS, Town of Carlton - F [LAST
NAME FIRST NAME  AGE RELATIONSHIP, BORN, OCCUPATION & FILM  OR SEX 
COMMENTS  LOC. #]:

FULLER,  Harrison B.,  26, M,  Orleans, Farmer,  107-D2; Martha B., 24
Wife, Orleans;  FULLER,  Philo, 24, Brother,  Orleans,  Farmer; FULLER, 
Edwin, 23, Brother,  Orleans, Farmer;  FULLER  Josephus; 21;  Brother,
Orleans, Farmer; FULLER  Harmon, 64 Father,  PA, Farmer;  FULLER 
Polly,  62, Mother, Cayuga, (Barnum)

Harmon Fuller's probate file #21-176, Orleans County, NY, Surrogate's
Court, Albion, NY 14411

"Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn, MA," Compiled
by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg 94 & 102

Fuller book Vol 2, pg 101, Vol 3, pg 113; Vol 7, pg 109, Vol 9, pg 113,
Vol 12 from 1904 Barnum & K, pg 117

Information from Betty Goodgame of Adin, CA--she is writing books on the
Fuller family & the Barnum family

Written information by Marilyn Furstenau of Elsie, MI (now deceased)

"History of Eaton & Barry Counties, Michigan," 1985--sketch of his son,
Philo Fuller

"Landmarks of Orleans County, New York"

"The Barnum Family, 1350-1907," Noah G. Barnum

"Nursery of the Barnum family"

"Greeley Genealogy"

Barry Co., MI, Cemetery Records, Vol 1, Fuller Cem., Carlton Twp.

On 1 Feb 1823 when Harmon was 22, he married Polly BARNUM, daughter of
Zebulon BARNUM (19 Dec 1773-28 Nov 1848) & Betsey FERSTER (17 Nov
1779-12 Apr 1863), in Kuckville, Orleans Co, NY. Born on 22 May 1803 in
Cayuga Co., NY. Polly died in Carlton, Barry Co, MI on 24 Feb 1872; she
was 68. Buried in Fuller Cem., Carlton Twp., Barry Co, MI.

Family records gave her date of death as Feb. 21, but the death record
show it was Feb. 24.

Research: 1865 ORLEANS COUNTY,  NEW YORK STATE CENSUS, Town of Carlton -
F [LAST NAME FIRST NAME  AGE RELATIONSHIP, BORN, OCCUPATION & FILM  OR
SEX  COMMENTS  LOC. #]:

FULLER    Alzina. See GODFREY, 179-D1;  FULLER    David, 46 M , 
Orleans,  Farmer, 211-D2;   Joan, 40 Wife, Orleans, (Sebring); George,
19 Son, Orleans;  Olin, 17 Son, Orleans; Andrew, 12, Son, Orleans; 
DILL   Elizabeth, 15 F, Scotland, Domestic; FULLER, Earl D., 31 M , 
Orleans. Farmer,       262-D1; Julia A., 24, Wife, Orleans; Earl N., 1y,
Son, Orleans, 7m

FULLER    Elizabeth, 57, F, CT, Widow of Thomas  210-D2, (Sherwood);
Myron S., 24, Son,         Orleans, Farmer;  Theodore,  22, Son,
Orleans, Farmer;  Harriet E., 20, Daughter, Orleans;                    
Julian H., 15, Son, Orleans
                            
FULLER    G. L.,  24 M,  Orleans, Farmer, 208-D2;  E., 20, Wife,
Orleans;  G. S., 1y, Son, Orleans,  4m

FULLER,  Harrison B.,  26, M,  Orleans, Farmer,  107-D2; Martha B., 24
Wife, Orleans;  FULLER,  Philo, 24, Brother,  Orleans,  Farmer; FULLER, 
Edwin, 23, Brother,  Orleans, Farmer;  FULLER  Josephus; 21;  Brother,
Orleans, Farmer; FULLER  Harmon, 64 Father,  PA, Farmer;  FULLER 
Polly,  62, Mother, Cayuga, (Barnum)

FULLER, Ida, 40, F,  Orleans, Married, 105-D2; WARNER, Ethlean, 15,
Child, Orleans;  WARNER, C. B., 8,  Child, Orleans, Male; WARNER  Ozro,
5, Child, Orleans

FULLER , Joseph P.,  59, Hus #2, Wayne, Farmer, 261-D1; Mary A.,     
51, Wife #2, CT,  (Mrs. Dean);  DEAN,   William N., 27, Stepson, Canada,
Farmer; DEAN, Sanford H.,12, Stepson, Orleans; BRIGGS,  Hattie, 5,
Adopted, Madison, THOMAS,  Mary,16, F, Genesee,      Domestic
  
FULLER, Lyman,  57, M, PA, Farmer, 61-D2; Roxanna, 55, Wife,  Niagara,
(Barnum)

FULLER, Nathan R., 30, M, Orleans, Farmer,  62-D2; Abby (Root),  25,
Wife, Orleans;                  Charlotte, 2y, Daughter,  Orleans, D.,
2m;  CORNELL,  Augustus, 14, M,  Orleans, Servant                

FULLER, Reuben, 65, Hus #3, PA, Farmer, 209-D2; Harriet, 56, Wife #3,
Schenectady, (St.John); Lewis, 20, Son, Orleans; ST. JOHN, Seymour, 19,
Stepson, Saratoga; LEWIS, Mariette, 25, F, Washington,
Domestic               

FULLER, Reuben, 33, M, Orleans, Farmer, 117-D2; Elmer; Celia, 31, Wife,
Orleans; Hattie D., 4,  Daughter, Orleans;  Alvah A.,1y, Son, Orleans,
6m; FULLER, Ida, 18, F, Orleans, Domestic; BRADSHAW, John, 24, M,
Rensselaer, Farm Laborer          

Barry County, MI, Death Record Vol A, pg 39, #775--Feb 24, 1872, Polly
Fuller, female, white, wd, 68 years, place of death Carlton, dropsy, bp
NY, parents unknown

Notes from Marilyn Furstenau of Elsie, MI, permission from her husband
granted to copy her material, ca 1989

Information received in 1990 from Betty Goodgame, Adin, CA [Writing a
book on the Barnum family]

Barry Co., MI, Cemetery Records, Vol 1, Fuller Cem., Carlton Twp.

They had the following children:
	27	i.	Amanda (1824-1825)
	28	ii.	Elmira (1825-1894)
	29	iii.	Horace C (1827-1893)
	30	iv.	Lyman Cash (1828-)
	31	v.	Julia Ann (1830-1904)
	32	vi.	Alvah E. (1832-1906)
	33	vii.	Celia (1834-1905)
	34	viii.	Flora (1836-1893)
	35	ix.	Harmon 'Harrison' Barnum (1838-1917)
	36	x.	Philo (1841-1925)
	37	xi.	Edwin R. (1842-)
	38	xii.	Josephus (1844-1918)
	39	xiii.	Ida A. (1846-)

5. John Cash FULLER, 5G Uncle. Born on 20 Feb 1803 in Sheshequin,
Bradford Co., PA. John Cash died in Pendleton, NY on 21 Feb 1880; he was
77. Occupation: Farmer.

Research: 1830 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY, pg 101

1840 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY, Town of Carlton

"Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn, MA," Compiled
by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg 94 & 102; Vol
2, pg 101 

Information from Betty Goodgame, P.O. Box 145, Adin, CA 96006, phone
#916-294-5446--she is writing a book on the Fuller family

On 2 Feb 1825 when John Cash was 21, he married Eliza GOOLD. Born on 3
May 1808. Eliza died on 28 Oct 1890; she was 82.

Daughter of Elihu Goold (6 Feb 1769, New London Co., CT - 23 Dec 1822,
Orleans Co., NY) and Sarah Marvin (7 July 1773, Lyme, New London Co., CT
- March 1839, Orleans Co., NY).  Elihu was a son of James Goold and
Elizabeth Chappell, and Sarah was a daughter of Timothy Marvin and Sarah
Perkins.  She was a sister of Sarah Goold, wife of Hiram Payne Fuller,
and also Elihu Marvin Goold, who married Minerva Hopkins Fuller.  Those
3 siblings married 3 Fuller siblings.

Research: Information from Jim Goold, 5562 N. Angus St., Fresno, CA
93710-6103, received 10 April 1997.  His sources were "The Descendants
of Robert Goold, Who Came to America in the Year 1665, Howard R. Goold;
Detroit Society of Genealogical Research Magazine, Spring 1959:  pgs.
101, 102; Summer 1959: pgs 151, 152; Fall 1959: pgs 16, 17

They had the following children:
	40	i.	Simon Kinney (1825-1910)
	41	ii.	Phebe Ethalinda (1827-)
	42	iii.	Homer Goold (Twin) (1829-1911)
	43	iv.	Helen Goold (Twin) (1829-1904)
	44	v.	Harriet Newell (1832-1869)
	45	vi.	James Cash (1835-1901)
	46	vii.	Lyman Gardner (1838-)
	47	viii.	Merritt Bond (1841-)
	48	ix.	Eugene Corydon (1844-1914)
	49	x.	Newton Artemas (1846-)
	50	xi.	Neal Octavus (1854-)

6. Minerva Hopkins FULLER, 5G Aunt. Born on 20 Oct 1805 in Sheshequin,
Bradford Co., PA.

She is #47, pg 94 in the Fuller genealogy

Jim Goold of Fresno, CA, in April 1997, wrote that he believed the
Fuller book was in error regarding the marriage of Minerva Hopkins
Fuller.  He said she married Elihu Marvin Goold, not his brother
Gardner. [I did not previously have her middle name]

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 102; Vol 2, pg 101

Information from Betty Goodgame, P.O. Box 145, Adin, CA 96006, phone
#916-294-5446--she is writing a book on the Fuller family

Information from Jim Goold, 5562 N. Angus St., Fresno, CA 93710-6103,
received 10 April 1997.  His sources were "The Descendants of Robert
Goold, Who Came to America in the Year 1665, Howard R. Goold; Detroit
Society of Genealogical Research Magazine, Spring 1959:  pgs. 101, 102;
Summer 1959: pgs 151, 152; Fall 1959: pgs 16, 17

In Apr 1822 when Minerva Hopkins was 16, she married Elihu Marvin GOOLD,
in Orleans Co., NY. Born on 9 Mar 1799. Elihu Marvin died in New
Windsor, Mercer Co., IL on 15 May 1883; he was 84.

Son of Elihu Goold (6 Feb 1769, New London Co., CT - 23 Dec 1822,
Orleans Co., NY) and Sarah Marvin (7 July 1773, Lyme, New London Co., CT
- March 1839, Orleans Co., NY).  Elihu was a son of James Goold and
Elizabeth Chappell, and Sarah was a daughter of Timothy Marvin and Sarah
Perkins.  He was a brother of Eliza Goold, wife of John Cash Fuller, and
also Sarah Goold, who married Hiram Payne Fuller.  Those 3 siblings
married 3 Fuller siblings.

7. Lyman FULLER, 5G Uncle. Born on 16 Aug 1808 in Sheshequin, Bradford
Co, PA. Lyman died in Carlton, Orleans Co, NY on 23 Mar 1866; he was 57.
The Fuller book gives his death date as 22 March 1866. Buried in Carlton
Cem., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY.

He is #48, pg 94 in the Fuller genealogy

"Pioneer History of Orleans County, New York", pgs 197-198--"Lyman
Fuller was born in Pennsylvania August 16, 1808.  In February 1811, his
father, Reuben Fuller moved with his family to near the lakeshore in
West Carlton.  In the fall of 1811, Capt. John Fuller, a brother of
Reuben, settled in Carlton.  Mr. Reuben Fuller died July 4, 1837.  Mr.
Lyman Fuller succeeded in the position of his father's homestead, on
which he resided and where he died March 22, 1866.  He was a much
respected man among all who knew him.

The book, "Landmarks of Orleans County, NY," contains the following
information on pg 127--

Fuller, Nathan R., is a grandson of Reuben, who with his brother Captain
John Fuller, came from Bradford county, Pa, and settled in Carlton in
1811 where they purchased from the Holand [sic] Land Company about 128
acres.  The father of our subject was Lyman Fuller, born in Sheshequin,
Bradford county, Pa., August 16, 1808 and died on the farm taken up by
his father, March 22, 1866.  Lyman  married Roxana Barnum, who was born
in Hartland, Niagara county, February 25, 1810, and died May 24, 1875. 
They were married in Carlton in 1827, and their family consists of four
children, viz., Phoebe Ann, born in Carlton October 19, 1827, and was
married to Warren Root, April 15, 1847, and had five children, dying in
August 1886; Lyman Victor, Inez, Ernest, Alta R., Nathan Wallace, and
Charlotte and a twin sister born April 12, 1841, and died in infancy. 
Nathan  R. Fuller attended the common schools of Carlton till nineteen
years of age, when he attended Yates Academy where he finished his
education.  He is a Republican and has represented his town as
assessor.  He is a member of the A. O. U. W. of Waterport Lodge 178, and
has been a member of I.O.O.F. of Eagle Harbor.  Mr. Fuller was married
September 18, 1859, to Abbie Root, who was born in Orleans county.  Her
father, Daniel Root, was born March 23, 1797, in Otsego county, and her
mother, Annis Hastings, was a native of Canada.  Moses Root, father of
Daniel, was one of the first settlers of Carlton, and landed at the
mouth of Johnson's Creek in 1804.  Moses and his sons Reuben and Daniel
took part in the war of 1812.  The children of Nathan and Abbie Fuller
were, Alta, born in Carlton, February 5, 1862, and died March 24, 1862;
Lottie D., born in Carlton, April 20, 1863, and married Fred E. Willson,
July 24, 1889, and they have one son, Glen F., born October 20, 1891;
Evart Lyman, born May 27, 1875, and died March 17, 1876; Newel C., born
September 2, 1878; Willie F., born July 18, 1881, of Rochester. Daniel
Cash, great-grandfather of our subject, was born in New England in 1747,
and in 1769 he and his wife Mary Tracey Cash, were married, in the
Warwick Baptist church of Orange county.  In 1776 they emigrated to
Pittston, PA, at which time occurred the troubles with the Indians.  Mr.
Cash's family being among those who were obliged to take refuge in the
fort for safety from the Wyoming massacre.  The children of Daniel and
Mary Cash were--Isaac, Nathan, Reuben, Mehitable, Ziporah, Polly,
Betsey, Phoebe, and Pamelia.  Polly was the grandmother of Nathan R. 
The father and mother of this family died in 1789 in Orange county. 
Nathan R. Fuller owns the farm taken up by his grandfather Reuben in
181l.

[From the above sketch, I couldn't tell just exactly who were the
children of Lyman Fuller.  Several names were given, but the sketch said
he had four children.]

Research: 1830 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY, pg 100

1840 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY, Town of Shelby--There is
also a Lyman Fuller listed in the census of Carlton, Orleans Co, NY

1850 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY, pg 9, #138/139--Lymon
Fuller, 41, farmer, 3000, PA; Rosana, 39, NY, Nathan R., 15, farmer,
residing with head of household, Harmon Budolph, 28, farmer

1855 New York State Census, Town of Carlton, Orleans Co., 2nd El.
District, 12 June 1855--household #72, framed dwelling, value $500,
family #72, Lyman Fuller, 46, male, bp PA, married, 44 years residence,
farmer, native voter, owner of land; Rosanna Fuller, 45, female, white,
bp Niagara Co., married, 38 years residence; Nathan R. Fuller, 19, male,
child, bp Orleans Co., 19, farmer

1865 ORLEANS COUNTY,  NEW YORK STATE CENSUS, Town of Carlton - F [LAST
NAME FIRST NAME  AGE RELATIONSHIP, BORN, OCCUPATION & FILM  OR SEX 
COMMENTS  LOC. #]:  FULLER, Lyman,  57, M, PA, Farmer, 61-D2; Roxanna,
55, Wife,  Niagara, (Barnum)                         

"Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn, MA," Compiled
by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg 94 & 102; Vol
2, pg 101

Information from Betty Goodgame, P.O. Box 145, Adin, CA 96006, phone
#916-294-5446--she is writing a book on the Fuller family

Carlton Cem., Waterport Rd., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY, Transcribed
1993 & contributed Nov 1996 by Sharon Kerridge, Orleans Co. Coordinator,
NY GENWEB (sak@vivanet.com) [USGENWEB Archives Notice:  Material may be
freely used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains
on all copied material.  These electronic pages cannot be reproduced in
any format for profit or other presentation.]

On 24 May 1825 when Lyman was 16, he married Roxana BARNUM, daughter of
Zebulon BARNUM (19 Dec 1773-28 Nov 1848) & Betsey FERSTER (17 Nov
1779-12 Apr 1863). Born on 3 Mar 1810 in Hartland, Niagara Co, NY.
Roxana died in Probably Carlton, Barry Co, MI on 24 May 1875; she was
65. Buried in Carlton Cem., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY.

Her birthdate is different in the Fuller book from the cemetery records,
and her name in the Fuller book is given as Rosanna.

Research: 1855 New York State Census, Town of Carlton, Orleans Co., 2nd
El. District, 12 June 1855--household #72, framed dwelling, value $500,
family #72, Lyman Fuller, 46, male, bp PA, married, 44 years residence,
farmer, native voter, owner of land; Rosanna Fuller, 45, female, white,
bp Niagara Co., married, 38 years residence; Nathan R. Fuller, 19, male,
child, bp Orleans Co., 19, farmer

1865 ORLEANS COUNTY,  NEW YORK STATE CENSUS, Town of Carlton - F [LAST
NAME FIRST NAME  AGE RELATIONSHIP, BORN, OCCUPATION & FILM  OR SEX 
COMMENTS  LOC. #]:  FULLER, Lyman,  57, M, PA, Farmer, 61-D2; Roxanna,
55, Wife,  Niagara, (Barnum)     

Notes from Marilyn Furstenau of Elsie, MI, deceased, permission from her
husband granted to copy her material, ca 1989

Information received in 1990 from Betty Goodgame, Adin, CA [Writing a
book on the Barnum family]

Carlton Cem., Waterport Rd., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY, Transcribed
1993 & contributed Nov 1996 by Sharon Kerridge, Orleans Co. Coordinator,
NY GENWEB (sak@vivanet.com) [USGENWEB Archives Notice:  Material may be
freely used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains
on all copied material.  These electronic pages cannot be reproduced in
any format for profit or other presentation.]

They had the following children:
	51	i.	Phebe Ann (1827-1886)
	52	ii.	Nathan R. (1835-1907)

8. Phebe Ann FULLER, 5G Aunt. Born on 10 Nov 1810 in Sheshequin, PA.
Phebe Ann died in Carlton, Orleans Co., NY on 4 Aug 1813; she was 2.

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 102; Vol 2, pg 101

Information from Betty Goodgame, P.O. Box 145, Adin, CA 96006, phone
#916-294-5446--she is writing a book on the Fuller family

She is #49, pg 94 in the Fuller genealogy

9. Reuben W. FULLER, 5G Uncle. Born on 23 Nov 1813 in Carlton, Orleans
Co, NY. The Fuller book gives his birthdate as 27 Nov 1813. Reuben W.
died on 30 Jun 1864; he was 50. Buried in Waterport Cem., Carlton Twp.,
Orleans Co., NY. Occupation: Innkeeper In 1850.

He is #50, pg 94 in the Fuller genealogy

Information prepared 12 July 1987 by H.S. & E.B. Beckwith, 8625 Chapel
Drive, Annandale, VA 22003-3619, (703) 978-3125, copy obtained May 1997
from Jim Goold, 5562 N. Angus St., Fresno, CA 93710--Gives Reuben's
birthdate as 27 Nov 1813

Research: 1830 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY, pg 100

1840 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY

1855 census, Town of Carlton, Orleans Co., NY--FULLER, REUBEN, 40, M,
ORLEANS, INNKEEPER, 169-D2; JEANETTE E., 40, F, WIFE, CONN; GEORGE W.,
20, M, CHILD, ORLEANS; MINERVA E., 19, F, CHILD, ORLEANS, MARVIN T., 16,
M, CHILD, ORLEANS; MARY J., 13, F, CHILD, ORLEANS; WHEELER, JOHN, 32, M,
BOARDER,---, TANNER; BIRCH, LEWIS, 20, M, BOARDER, ----, TANNER; WILCOX,
BENJAMIN, 59, M, BOARDER, CONN, TAILOR; REMER, ALEXANDER, 19, M,
BOARDER, GENESEE, MILLER

1855 NY State Census, Orleans Co., Carlton, 12 June 1855--household
#167, framed dwelling, value $1500, family #169, Reuben W. Fuller, 40,
male, bp Orleans Co., married, 2 years residence in town or county, inn
keeper, naturalized voter, owns land; Jennet E. Fuller, 40, female,
wife, bp CT; George W, 20, male, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence, farmer; Minerva E, 19, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence; Marvin T, 16, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence, farmer; Mary J. Fuller, 13, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2
years residence; also 4 unrelated boarders

"Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn, MA," Compiled
by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg 94 & 102; Vol
2, pg 101

Information from Betty Goodgame, P.O. Box 145, Adin, CA 96006, phone
#916-294-5446--she is writing a book on the Fuller family

Reuben W. married Jennette PITCHER. Born in 1815 in CT. Jennette died on
23 Feb 1869; she was 54. Buried in Waterport Cem., Carlton Twp., Orleans
Co., NY.

Research: 1855 census, Town of Carlton, Orleans Co., NY--FULLER, REUBEN,
40, M, ORLEANS, INNKEEPER, 169-D2; JEANETTE E., 40, F, WIFE, CONN;
GEORGE W., 20, M, CHILD, ORLEANS; MINERVA E., 19, F, CHILD, ORLEANS,
MARVIN T., 16, M, CHILD, ORLEANS; MARY J., 13, F, CHILD, ORLEANS;
WHEELER, JOHN, 32, M, BOARDER,---, TANNER; BIRCH, LEWIS, 20, M, BOARDER,
----, TANNER; WILCOX, BENJAMIN, 59, M, BOARDER, CONN, TAILOR; REMER,
ALEXANDER, 19, M, BOARDER, GENESEE, MILLER

1855 NY State Census, Orleans Co., Carlton, 12 June 1855--household
#167, framed dwelling, value $1500, family #169, Reuben W. Fuller, 40,
male, bp Orleans Co., married, 2 years residence in town or county, inn
keeper, naturalized voter, owns land; Jennet E. Fuller, 40, female,
wife, bp CT; George W, 20, male, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence, farmer; Minerva E, 19, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence; Marvin T, 16, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence, farmer; Mary J. Fuller, 13, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2
years residence; also 4 unrelated boarders

They had the following children:
	53	i.	George W (1835-1865)
	54	ii.	Minerva E (ca1836-)
	55	iii.	Marvin T (ca1839-)
	56	iv.	Mary J (ca1842-)

10. Hannah Ann FULLER, 5G Aunt. Born on 8 May 1817 in Carlton, Orleans
Co, NY. Hannah Ann died on 8 Aug 1885; she was 68.

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 102; Vol 2, pg 101

Information from Betty Goodgame, P.O. Box 145, Adin, CA 96006, phone
#916-294-5446--she is writing a book on the Fuller family

Information prepared 12 July 1987 by H.S. & E.B. Beckwith, 8625 Chapel
Drive, Annandale, VA 22003-3619, (703) 978-3125, copy obtained May 1997
from Jim Goold, 5562 N. Angus St., Fresno, CA 93710--This info gave
Hannah's middle name

She is #51on pg 95 of the Fuller book

On 18 Sep 1836 when Hannah Ann was 19, she married William BROWN.

11. Mary E. FULLER, 5G Aunt. Born on 8 Aug 1821 in Carlton, Orleans Co,
NY. Mary E. died on 5 Sep 1885; she was 64.

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 102; Vol 2, pg 101

Information from Betty Goodgame, P.O. Box 145, Adin, CA 96006, phone
#916-294-5446--she is writing a book on the Fuller family

She is #52on pg 95 of the Fuller book

aft 1837 when Mary E. was 15, she married Alonzo BENTLEY.


Third Generation 

Family of Electa FULLER (2) & (Rev) George KUCK


12. Emily Minerva KUCK, 1C5R. Born on 14 Jun 1823 in Carlton, Orleans
Co., NY. Emily Minerva died on 28 Aug 1861; she was 38.

Research: Information prepared 12 July 1987 by H.S. & E.B. Beckwith,
8625 Chapel Drive, Annandale, VA 22003-3619, (703) 978-3125, copy
obtained May 1997 from Jim Goold, 5562 N. Angus St., Fresno, CA 93710

On 26 Jun 1845 when Emily Minerva was 22, she married Charles G
BECKWITH. Born on 17 Nov 1820 in Great Barrington, Berkshire Co., MA.
Charles G died in Gaines, Orleans Co., NY on 21 Mar 1899; he was 78.

Research: Information prepared 12 July 1987 by H.S. & E.B. Beckwith,
8625 Chapel Drive, Annandale, VA 22003-3619, (703) 978-3125, copy
obtained May 1997 from Jim Goold, 5562 N. Angus St., Fresno, CA 93710

They had one child:
		i.	Edwin Kuck (1850-1914)

13. Elbert E KUCK, 1C5R.

Elbert E married Frances A GREELEY, daughter of Alvin GREELEY (23 Oct
1801-23 Apr 1880) & Sarah WHEELER (13/15 Apr 1816-14 Sep 1860). Born on
1 Feb 1835 in Carlton, Orleans Co., NY. Frances A died in Leroy, NY on
24 Mar 1856; she was 21.

No children

Research: Genealogy of the Greely-Greeley Family (pg 1 & 2) by George
Hiram Greeley, pg 333-335

1850 Census - Town of Carlton, Orleans County, NY
GREELEY, ALVIN, 48, M, NH, FARMER, 67; SARAH, 34, F, NY; FRANCES, 15, F,
NY; MARIETTE, 9, F, NY, ADELAIDE E., 7, F, NY; CALISTA A., 4, F, NY;
MELISSA J., 1, F, NY


Family of Hiram Payne FULLER (3) & Sarah GOOLD


14. Electa FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 3 Mar 1822 in Carlton, Barry Co., MI.
Electa died in Centralia, IL in Mar 1903; she was 80.

Had two daughters, Adelaide and Ida

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 101-102

Electa married SWARTOUT.

15. Guy Paine FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 20 Jan 1824 in Carlton, Orleans Co.,
NY. Guy Paine died in Adrian, Lenawee Co., MI on 3 May 1915; he was 91.

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 101-102, 111

On 15 Apr 1847 when Guy Paine was 23, he married Sophia CADY. Born on 14
Feb 1825. Sophia died in Adrian, Lenawee Co., MI on 28 Jan 1915; she was
89.

They had the following children:
		i.	Emma Estelle
		ii.	Sarah Ione
		iii.	Eri Cady
		iv.	James Irving
		v.	Charles Sumner (1856-)
		vi.	Frederick Cash (1859-)
		vii.	Marvin Edward (1861-)
		viii.	Francis Elmer (1863-1906)

16. Louisa FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 3 Mar 1826 in Carlton, Orleans Co., NY.
Louisa died in Scranton, IL on 13 Jan 1907; she was 80.

Her children were:

David Francis Goold, b. Feb. 26, 1848
Eskey Electa Goold, b. Nov. 6, 1850
Inez Adell Goold, b. Feb. 6, 1853
Herbert William Goold, b. July 20, 1856
Mary Lois Morris, b. Nov. 25, 1863, who m. ---- Davis.  

Resides in Scranton, IA

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 101-102

"Southeastern Michigan Pioneer Families, Especially Lenawee County and
New York Origins," Compiled by Helen F. Lewis, Kinship Publishers,
Rhinebeck, NY,1994

Louisa first married William GOOLD.

Louisa second married James MORRIS.

Louisa third married William Ward FULLER.

Number 28 of 22dd Group, Edward Fuller Line.  See Vol 1, Fuller
Genealogy, p. 201

17. Erasmus Quincy FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 6 Aug 1828 in Carlton, Orleans
Co., NY. Erasmus Quincy died in Atlanta, GA on 16 Oct 1883; he was 55.
Occupation: Methodist Minister/Editor.

Lived iin MI, IL, and GA.  Children, all but the youngest, born in IL

335.  Leila, b. Jan. 18, 1853; . Jan.1 5, 1885, in Knoxville, TN; m.
Apr. 26, 1876, A.B. Jones.  Had Frank W., b. July 1877, d. July 1882;
Alice May, b. Dec. 8, 1879; Leila F., b. Jan. 6, 1885

336.  Olin C., b. Oct. 28, 1855; m. Sidney McGaughey [pg 120]--he lived
at Atlanta, GA; was Clerk of the U.S. District Court for the Northern
District of Georgia for over 30 years (1919)  He was a member of the
Savannah, GA, Sons of the American Revolution

337.  Watson, b. Dec. 17, 1858; m. Louisa B. Pierce

338.  George, b. Feb. 21, 1861; unmarried.  Lived in Georgia in 1915

339.  Myra, b. Nov. 2, 1867; d. Apr. 12, 1905; m. A.C. Christian, and
had Rosamond, Raymond, and Marion.

340.  Lida L., b. Dec. 26, 1869; d. 1904, in Chicago, unmarried

341.  Arthur Llee, b. Oct. 2, 1874, in Atlanta, GA

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 101-102

On 30 Dec 1851 when Erasmus Quincy was 23, he married Rosamund COFFIN.
Born on 4 Jun 1831 in Williamsburg. Rosamund died in Chicago, IL on 24
Mar 1909; she was 77.

18. Beulah FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 30 Jul 1830 in Carlton, Orleans Co.,
NY. Beulah died in Sturgis, MI.

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 101-102

"Southeastern Michigan Pioneer Families, Especially Lenawee County and
New York Origins," Compiled by Helen F. Lewis, Kinship Publishers,
Rhinebeck, NY,1994

Beulah married AUSTIN.

19. Morris Fitch FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 22 Dec 1833 in Carlton, Orleans
Co., NY. Morris Fitch died in Huron, SD on 30 Dec 1903; he was 70.

Children:

342.  William Page, b. May 3, 1857, in Seneca, Mich.; d. May 16, 1861,
at Fairfield, MI

343.  James Morris, b. Nov. 18, 1858, in Fairfield, Mich.; m. Olive M.
Baldwin

344.  Edward Hira, b. Sept. 8, 1860, in Fairfield; m. 1, Mabel Green; m.
2, Alzina Marshall

345.  Henry Spencer, b. Jan. 9, 1862, in Fairfield; d. there Jan. 9,
1866

346.  Fanny Lois, b. Sept. 13, 1864, in Fairfield; d. Dec. 22, 1893, in
Huron, SD; m. Nov. 16, 1884, at Fairfield, Clarence Koon.

347.  Ellen Louisa, b. Nov. 3, 1866, in Morenci, Mich.; m. Oct. 5, 1889,
at Fairfield, Joseph S. Dickey, and had Mabel, b. Dec. 27, 1890; Burto
Fuller, b. Jne 9, 1892

348.  Charles Clifford, b. Aug. 21, 1868, at Seneca, Mich.; m. Apr. 10,
1893, at Moscow, Idaho, Mabel Anderson. Resided in Spokane, WA, in 1915

349.  Mary Eliza, b. Nov. 26, 1869, in Seneca, MI; d. at Colorado
Springs, CO

350.  Alice Cary, b. Sept. 11, 1872, in Seneca;  Feb. 16, 1905, at
Huron, SD, Arthur White.  Resided at Savage, MT

351.  Arthur David, b. June 17, 1874; m. June 1, 1902, at Fond du Lac,
Wis., Margaret Elizabeth Black

352.  Ada Marie, b. Dec. 6, 1875, in Seneca, MI; m. Aug. 1905, at Huron,
SD, Rollin  B. Holden

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 101-102, 112

"Southeastern Michigan Pioneer Families, Especially Lenawee County and
New York Origins," Compiled by Helen F. Lewis, Kinship Publishers,
Rhinebeck, NY,1994

On 1 May 1856 when Morris Fitch was 22, he married Mary Louisa PAGE.
Born on 2 Jun 1835 in Fairfield, MI.

In 1914, she lived in Savage, MT

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 101-102, 112

20. Carlos Reader FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 21 Jan 1835 in Carlton, Orleans
Co., NY.

He lived in Centralia, IL.  Resided in 1915 in  Huron, SD.  Children all
born in Centralia, IL

Children:

353.  Lowell Grant, b. Aug. 19, 1867; m. Stella M. Leighty

354.  Bertrand Reader, . Jan. 9, 1869; m. Alice H. French

355.  Ra---y D. II (very faint and illegible), b. Dec. 14, 1871; m. Dec.
31, 1892. John Clinton Wright of Milford, Beadle Co., SD, and had Carol,
b. May 18, 1894; Pearl, b. Feb. 13, 1896, at Pender, NB.  Resided in
1915 near Laurel, NB

356.  Ernest Cash, b. Nov. 24, 1877

357.  Florence Mabel, b. Mar. 12, 1880

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 101-102, 112

"Southeastern Michigan Pioneer Families, Especially Lenawee County and
New York Origins," Compiled by Helen F. Lewis, Kinship Publishers,
Rhinebeck, NY,1994

On 2 Nov 1865 when Carlos Reader was 30, he married Julia Adella DODD.
Born on 5 Feb 1841 in Broome Co., NY.

21. Sarah Elizabeth FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 22 Feb 1837 in Carlton,
Orleans Co., NY.

In 1915 she was living in Detroit, MI

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 101-102

"Southeastern Michigan Pioneer Families, Especially Lenawee County and
New York Origins," Compiled by Helen F. Lewis, Kinship Publishers,
Rhinebeck, NY,1994

Sarah Elizabeth married William BLAINE.

22. Innocent FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 24 Sep 1839 in Carlton, Orleans Co.,
NY.

In 1915, she was living in Huntington, IN

Children:  William, Alice Hall, and James

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 101-102

"Southeastern Michigan Pioneer Families, Especially Lenawee County and
New York Origins," Compiled by Helen F. Lewis, Kinship Publishers,
Rhinebeck, NY,1994

Innocent married William TWIGGS.

23. Achsah Adell FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 25 Jul 1842 in Carlton, Orleans
Co., NY.

In 1915 she was living at Crystal Bay, MN

Children:  Wilbur, Lewis, Clarence, Grace, and Cash

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 101-102

"Southeastern Michigan Pioneer Families, Especially Lenawee County and
New York Origins," Compiled by Helen F. Lewis, Kinship Publishers,
Rhinebeck, NY,1994

Achsah Adell married lverson W PAGE.

24. Cash DeWitt FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 10 Feb 1845 in Adrian, Lenawee
Co., MI.

He removed to Wauneta, NB, where he resided in 1914

Children:

358.  Harris Leonard, b. Dc. 26, 1870 at Clayton, MI.  Resided in
1914/15 at Lincoln, NB

359.  Lucien Baker, b. Sept. 19,  (year unclear); m. Blanche Sutton

360.  Ralph DeWitt, b. Dec. 30, 1881, at Morenci, MI; m. Nov. 18, 1914,
Edna Boyers at David City, NB

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 101-102

"Southeastern Michigan Pioneer Families, Especially Lenawee County and
New York Origins," Compiled by Helen F. Lewis, Kinship Publishers,
Rhinebeck, NY,1994

http://www.rootsweb.com/~milenawe/marriages2.html, Lenawee County
Michigan Marriage Notices Extracted from The Adrian Daily Expositor,
Adrian Times and Expositor Copied from existing filmed papers covering
years 1861 - 1869. This data extracted by Barbara Hammond and Cheri
Shaner of Tresearch, 514 N. Main, Paris, IL. 61944; © 1988. Printed here
with permission from Barbara Hammond. If you want more information on
extractions from 1853 or beyond, visit Tresearch. They have two books,
one on Death Extractions and the other on Marriage Extractions for
sale.  Please note this information was extracted from microfilm copies
of various Adrian Michigan Newspapers found at the Library of Michigan. 

On 20 Oct 1869 when Cash DeWitt was 24, he married Jennie BAKER, in
Morenci, MI.

25. Cassius M FULLER, 1C5R. Born ca 1846 in MI.

Research: "Southeastern Michigan Pioneer Families, Especially Lenawee
County and New York Origins," Compiled by Helen F. Lewis, Kinship
Publishers, Rhinebeck, NY,1994

26. Francis FULLER, 1C5R. Born ca 1848.

Research: "Southeastern Michigan Pioneer Families, Especially Lenawee
County and New York Origins," Compiled by Helen F. Lewis, Kinship
Publishers, Rhinebeck, NY,1994


Family of Harmon FULLER (4) & Polly BARNUM


27. Amanda FULLER, GGGG Aunt. Born on 26 Feb 1824 in Probably Orleans
Co., NY. Amanda died in Probably Orleans Co., NY on 8 Jul 1825; she was
1.

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 101-102

Vol 3, pg 113; Vol 7, pg 109, Vol 9, pg 113, Vol 12 from 1904 Barnum &
K, pg 117

Information from Betty Goodgame of Adin, CA--she is writing books on the
Fuller family & the Barnum family

28. Elmira FULLER, GGGG Aunt. Born on 20 Aug 1825 in Carlton, Orleans
Co., NY. Elmira died in Probably Carlton, Barry Co., MI on 25 Jul 1894;
she was 68.

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 101-102

 Vol 3, pg 113; Vol 7, pg 109, Vol 9, pg 113, Vol 12 from 1904 Barnum &
K, pg 117

Genealogy of the Greely-Greeley Family (pg 1 & 2) by George Hiram
Greeley, pg 333-337; 681

Information from Betty Goodgame of Adin, CA--she is writing books on the
Fuller family & the Barnum family

1850 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (321/323)--Harmon Fuller,
49, male, farmer, value of real estate $4000, bp PA; Polly, 46, female,
bp NY; Almira, 30, f, Horace, 27, male, farmer;  Cash, 22, male, farmer;
on pg 45, #321/323 it continues--Julia Fuller, 20, NY, Alva, 18, Celia,
16, Flora, 14, Harrison, 12, Philo, 9, Edwin, 8, Josephus, 6, Ida, 4

1865 ORLEANS COUNTY,  NEW YORK STATE CENSUS, Town of Carlton - F [LAST
NAME FIRST NAME  AGE RELATIONSHIP, BORN, OCCUPATION & FILM  OR SEX 
COMMENTS  LOC. #]:
                            
FULLER    G. L.,  24 M,  Orleans, Farmer, 208-D2;  E., 20, Wife,
Orleans;  G. S., 1y, Son, Orleans,  4m

FULLER,  Harrison B.,  26, M,  Orleans, Farmer,  107-D2; Martha B., 24
Wife, Orleans;  FULLER,  Philo, 24, Brother,  Orleans,  Farmer; FULLER, 
Edwin, 23, Brother,  Orleans, Farmer;  FULLER  Josephus; 21;  Brother,
Orleans, Farmer; FULLER  Harmon, 64 Father,  PA, Farmer;  FULLER 
Polly,  62, Mother, Cayuga, (Barnum)

FULLER, Ida, 40, F,  Orleans, Married, 105-D2; WARNER, Ethlean, 15,
Child, Orleans;  WARNER, C. B., 8,  Child, Orleans, Male; WARNER  Ozro,
5, Child, Orleansesee,      Domestic
     

The 1865 census lists her as Ida

On 28 Sep 1845 when Elmira was 20, she married Jasper WARNER, son of
Rensaelaer WARNER (9 Oct 1793-16 Aug 1871) & Anna GREELEY (11 Aug 1795-5
Jun 1886), in Gaines, NY. Born on 26 Sep 1824 in Yates, Orleans Co., NY.

Research: 1850 federal census, Town of Yates, Orleans Co., NY--WARNER,
RENSSELAER, 56, M, CONN, FARMER, 189; FANNY, 54, F, NH; MATHIAS, 28, M,
NY, FARMER; GURNSEY, 27, M, NY, FARMER; JASPER, 25, M, NY, FARMER;
GILMAN, 23, M, NY, FARMER; LIBERTY, 14, M, NY; MELINDA, 5, F, NY; EDWIN,
3, M, NY


They had the following children:
		i.	Alexander A (1846-1847)
		ii.	Ethline J (1848-1871)
		iii.	Lester J (1851-1856)
		iv.	Liberty Cash (1857-)
		v.	Ozro F (1859-)

29. Horace C FULLER, GGGG Uncle. Born on 12 Apr 1827 in Probably Orleans
Co., NY. Horace C died in Carlton, Orleans Co., NY on 2 Jan 1893; he was
65. Buried in Fuller Cem., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY.

Research: 1850 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (321/323)--Harmon
Fuller, 49, male, farmer, value of real estate $4000, bp PA; Polly, 46,
female, bp NY; Almira, 30, f, Horace, 27, male, farmer;  Cash, 22, male,
farmer; on pg 45, #321/323 it continues--Julia Fuller, 20, NY, Alva, 18,
Celia, 16, Flora, 14, Harrison, 12, Philo, 9, Edwin, 8, Josephus, 6,
Ida, 4

1855 NY State Census, Town of Carlton, Orleans Co., NY--FULLER, HORACE,
28, M, ORLEANS, FARMER, 67-D2; MARY E., 20, F, WIFE, ORLEANS

1860 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (300/300)--Harmon Fuller,
59, male, farmer, value of property $12,500/$500, born PA; Polly, 57,
female, born NY; Horace, 32, male, born NY; Josephus, 15, male, born NY;
Ida, 13, female, born NY; Flora Fuller, 25, female, servant, born NY;
Elisabeth, 23, female, born Scotland; Elbert, 2 male, born NY

"Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn, MA," Compiled
by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg 94 & 101-102,
113

Vol 7, pg 109, Vol 9, pg 113, Vol 12 from 1904 Barnum & K, pg 117

Information from Betty Goodgame of Adin, CA--she is writing books on the
Fuller family & the Barnum family

Fuller Cem., Waterport Rd., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY, Transcribed
1993 & contributed Nov 1996 by Sharon Kerridge, Orleans Co. Coordinator,
NY GENWEB (sak@vivanet.com) [USGENWEB Archives Notice:  Material may be
freely used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains
on all copied material.  These electronic pages cannot be reproduced in
any format for profit or other presentation.]

bef 1855 when Horace C was 27, he first married Mary SHERMAN. Born on 22
Sep 1834. Mary died on 22 Jul 1855; she was 20. Buried in Kenyonville
Cem., Orleans Co., NY.

Kenyonville Cemetery Records show Mary E. Sherman Fuller buried in Old
9A, born 22 Sep 1834, died 22 Jul 1855, wife of Horace, dau of Daniel &
Betsey .  She was the first wife of Horace Fuller.

Research: 1855 NY State Census, Town of Carlton, Orleans Co.,
NY--FULLER, HORACE, 28, M, ORLEANS, FARMER, 67-D2; MARY E., 20, F, WIFE,
ORLEANS

aft 1855 when Horace C was 27, he second married Elizabeth SCOTT. Born
on 25 Apr 1838. Elizabeth died in Carlton, Orleans Co., NY on 6 Oct
1918; she was 80. Buried in Fuller Cem., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY.

Daughter of Samuel and Mary (Phillips) Scott

Research: Fuller Cem., Waterport Rd., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY,
Transcribed 1993 & contributed Nov 1996 by Sharon Kerridge, Orleans Co.
Coordinator, NY GENWEB (sak@vivanet.com) [USGENWEB Archives Notice: 
Material may be freely used by non-commercial entities, as long as this
message remains on all copied material.  These electronic pages cannot
be reproduced in any format for profit or other presentation.]

They had the following children:
		i.	Elbert M (1858-1863)
		ii.	Charles H (1875-1893)

30. Lyman Cash FULLER, GGGG Uncle. Born on 9 Dec 1828 in Carlton,
Orleans Co, NY.

"History of Orleans County, New York," Town of Yates, pg 317-318--"Lyman
C. Fuller is a farmer.  He was born in Carlton, December 9, 1828 and
located in Yates in 1877.  He was married February 22, 1859 to Sarah
Barnum of Yates, daughter of Abel S. Barnum and his father, Harmon
Fuller was one of the early pioneers of this county and died May 10,
1875."


Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 101-102

Vol 3, pg 113; Vol 7, pg 109, Vol 9, pg 113, Vol 12 from 1904 Barnum &
K, pg 117

Information from Betty Goodgame of Adin, CA--she is writing books on the
Fuller family & the Barnum family

1850 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (321/323)--Harmon Fuller,
49, male, farmer, value of real estate $4000, bp PA; Polly, 46, female,
bp NY; Almira, 30, f, Horace, 27, male, farmer;  Cash, 22, male, farmer;
on pg 45, #321/323 it continues--Julia Fuller, 20, NY, Alva, 18, Celia,
16, Flora, 14, Harrison, 12, Philo, 9, Edwin, 8, Josephus, 6, Ida, 4

1865 NY State Census, Yates, Orleans Co., NY--BARNUM, Abel S., 65, M,
Cayuga, Farmer, 24-N; Lucy (Greeley), 68, Wife, NH; FULLER, Lyman C.,
36, Son-in-Law, Orleans, Farmer; FULLER, Sarah Barnum, 26, Daughter,
Orleans; FULLER, Lyman, 15, Grandson, Orleans, Farmer; BARNUM, Elisha
Freeman, 28, M, Orleans, Farmer, 27-N; Martha, 22, Wife, Orleans,
(Ticknor); Laura, 5, Daughter, Orleans; Cassie E., 3y, Daughter,
Orleans, 6m

Genealogy of the Greely-Greeley Family (pg 1 & 2) by George Hiram
Greeley, pg 333-334

ca 23 Feb 1859 when Lyman Cash was 30, he married Sarah L. BARNUM,
daughter of Abel S. BARNUM (12 Jan 1800-8 Oct 1877) & Lucy GREELEY (26
Feb 1797-10 Feb 1892), in Eagle Harbor, NY. Born on 10 Jul 1838 in
Yates, Orleans Co., NY.

They had no children. Residence was Yates, NY.

Research: 1855 New York State Census, Yates, Orleans Co., NY--Household
#50, stone dwelling, value $1200, family #52, A. S. Barnum, 55, male, bp
Cayuga Co., married, 31 years residence in county or city, farmer,
native voter, owns land; Lucy Barnum, 57, female, wife, bp NH, married,
31 years residence; Lowell Barnum, 23, male, child, bp Orleans Co., 23
years residence, farmer, native voter; Truman (sic), 19, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., 19, farmer; Sarah, 16, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 16
years residence; Luman B. Fuller, 5, male, grandchild, bp Orleans Co., 5
years residence

1865 NY State Census, Yates, Orleans Co., NY--BARNUM, Abel S., 65, M,
Cayuga, Farmer, 24-N; Lucy (Greeley), 68, Wife, NH; FULLER, Lyman C.,
36, Son-in-Law, Orleans, Farmer; FULLER, Sarah Barnum, 26, Daughter,
Orleans; FULLER, Lyman, 15, Grandson, Orleans, Farmer; BARNUM, Elisha
Freeman, 28, M, Orleans, Farmer, 27-N; Martha, 22, Wife, Orleans,
(Ticknor); Laura, 5, Daughter, Orleans; Cassie E., 3y, Daughter,
Orleans, 6m

Notes from Marilyn Furstenau of Elsie, MI, deceased, permission from her
husband granted to copy her material, ca 1989

Information received in 1990 from Betty Goodgame, Adin, CA [Writing a
book on the Barnum family]

Genealogy of the Greely-Greeley Family (pg 1 & 2) by George Hiram
Greeley, pg 333-334

31. Julia Ann FULLER, GGG Grandmother. Born on 11 Dec 1830 in Carlton,
Orleans Co, NY. Julia Ann died in Carlton Twp., Barry Co, MI on 24 Dec
1904; she was 74. Buried in Fuller Cem., Carlton Twp., Barry Co, MI.
Occupation: Housewife.

[The Hastings Banner, Dec. 29, 1904, pg 9, col 1]
CARLTON CENTER

Mrs. Truman T(sic) Barnum died Dec. 24th of congestion of the lungs. 
Julia T(sic) Fuller was born in Carelton (sic), Orleans Co., NY, Dec.
11th, 1830, and was married to Truman T(sic) Barnum Aug. 25, 1855 (sic) 
Soon after their marriage they moved to Coats Grove, this county, a
little later moving to Carlton Center where they have since resided. 
Six children were born to them of whom four are living:  Mrs. Yarger,
Mrs. Eisehood, Mrs. Wilson and Horace Barnum of Isabella county.  There
are 27 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.  Funeral services were
held at the home at 10 o'clock Tuesday and at 11 'clock at the Methodist
church, conducted by Rev. Duffey, of Freeport.  Interment in Fuller
cemetery.  She was a most estimable woman and leaves a large circle of
friends.

Research: 1850 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (321/323)--Harmon
Fuller, 49, male, farmer, value of real estate $4000, bp PA; Polly, 46,
female, bp NY; Almira, 30, f, Horace, 27, male, farmer;  Cash, 22, male,
farmer; on pg 45, #321/323 it continues--Julia Fuller, 20, NY, Alva, 18,
Celia, 16, Flora, 14, Harrison, 12, Philo, 9, Edwin, 8, Josephus, 6,
Ida, 4

1860 federal census, Carlton Twp., Barry Co., MI, pg 810, 1499/1402,
Truman P. Barnum, 37, m, carpenter, 500/150, NY; Julia, 29, f, NY; Elma,
11, f, MI, attends school; Eva, 10, f, NY, attends school; Flora, 6, f,
MI, attends school; Mary, 2, f, MI; Horace, 3/12, m, MI

1870 federal census, Carlton Twp., Barry Co, MI (190/183)--Barnum,
Truman, 46, male, white, farmer, $3000/1200, b. NY; Julia, 39, f, keeps
house, b. NY; Elma, 21, f, domestic help, b. MI; Flora, 16, f, w,
domestic help, b. MI; Mary, 12, f, w, b. MI; Horace, 9, m, w, b. MI;
Addie, 1, f, b. MI; Fuller, Flora, 33, domestic help, b. NY

1880 federal census, Carlton Twp., Barry Co, MI (115/116)--Barnum, T.P.,
white, male, 56, farming, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NH; Julia,
white, female, 49, wife, keeping house, b. NY, father b. PA, mother b.
NY; Horace, white, male, 20, son, at home, b. MI; Adda, white, female,
11, dau, at school, b. MI

1884 Michigan State Census, Castleton Twp., Barry Co. MI
(289/307)--Truman P. Barnum, 60, white, male, husband, married, born NY,
parents born NY; Julia Barnum, 53, female, white, wie, married, born NY,
father born PA, mother born NY; Horace F, 24, male, white, son, single,
born MI; Flora Fuller, 46, female, white, sister, single, born NY,
father born PA, mother born NY

1894 Michign State Census, Carlton Twp., Barry Co., MI
(274-287)--Barnum, Truman P, 70, m, w, husband, married, bp NY, father's
bp NY, mother's bp NH; Julia, 63, f, w, wife, married, bp NY, father's
bp PA, mother's bp NY

1900 federal soundex census (B-655), Vol 5, ED36, Sheet 9, Line 63,
Barry Co., MI, Carlton Twp.--Barnum, Truman, w, Dec 1823, 76, NY; Julia,
w, Dec 1830, 69, NY

Barry County, MI, Death Record Vol B, pg 145, #2178--Dec. 24, 1904,
Julia Barnum, female, white, married, 74 years, 14 days, p/d Carlton,
congestion of lungs, bp NY, occupation none, parents Harmon Fuller,
Polly Barnum, NY

"Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn, MA," Compiled
by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg 94 & 101-102

Vol 3, pg 113; Vol 7, pg 109, Vol 9, pg 113, Vol 12 from 1904 Barnum &
K, pg 117

Information from Betty Goodgame of Adin, CA--she is writing books on the
Fuller family & the Barnum family

On 29 Aug 1848 when Julia Ann was 17, she married Truman Perry BARNUM,
son of Abel S. BARNUM (12 Jan 1800-8 Oct 1877) & Lucy GREELEY (26 Feb
1797-10 Feb 1892), in Yates, Orleans Co, NY. Born on 15 Dec 1823 in
Yates, Orleans Co, NY. Truman Perry died in Carlton Twp., Barry Co, MI
on 30 Jun 1913; he was 89. Buried on 3 Jul 1913 in Fuller Cem., Carlton
Twp., Barry Co, MI. Occupation: Farmer.

"History of Allegan & Barry Counties, Michigan," pg 412--In 1843, Truman
P. Barnum came to Carlton, taught school a while, went back to New York,
and in 1844 came again to Carlton.  He,with his half-brother, O.F.
Munion, worked upon Nelson Sprague's farm three years.  He subsequently
occupied land in Woodland, then exchanged it for the saw-mill property
of Levi Herron on section 16, and ultimately settled on the same
section, where he now lives, upon land first improved by Oscar Smith.

[The Hastings Banner, Thurs., July 3, 1913, pg 1, col 5]
DEATH OF TRUMAN P. BARNUM
Truman P. Barnum, one of the oldest pioneers of Carlton township, died
on Monday, aged 89 years, 5 months, 15 days.  Mr. Barnum was born in New
York state on Dec. 15, 1823, and came to Barry county in the early
days.  He was the first male school teacher in the township, having
taught in '43 and '44.  He was promised $10 for his first 3 months
service as teacher, but was compelled to accept a pair of boots as
partial payent.  He was the third postmaster in the township, receiving
his appointment in the late 50's.  He also served as supervisor and
clerk.  Funeral services will be held at 10:00 on Thursday morning.
---------------------
[The Hastings Banner, July 10, 1913, pg 3]
OBITUARY
Truman Perry Barnum was born in the town of Yates, Orleans County, New
York, December 15, 1823, and died at his home in Carlton, Michigan, June
30, 1913, aged 89 years, 6 months and 15 days.

He was the oldest of a family of eight.  He was united in marriage with
Julia Fuller, August 29, 1848, who preceded him to the great beyond,
December 24, 1904.  To this union six children were born, two of whom
died several years ago, Mrs. Eva and Mrs. Mary Yarger.  Mrs. Elma Yarger
and Mrs. Flora Eisenhood, and Horace Barnum and Addie Wilson are left to
mourn their loss in addition to twenty-two grandchildren, twent-eight
great-grandchildren, two brothers and one sister, a host of relatives
and friends.

Mr. Barnum was one of the  pioneers of Carlton, coming here in 1843.  He
remained only a short time, returning to New York.  In 1844 he came
again to Carlton and has since resided here.  He filled the office of
supervisor three years, the office of clerk three years, was one of the
early school teachers, teaching in the Barnum District in 1843 and 44. 
He held an office in the Grange, which was organized in 1874.  Mr.
Barnum was a good man, always ready and willing to do all he could in
the community in which he lived.  He was a kind husband, father and
friend, and was highly respected by all.  Services were conducted
Thursday at 11:00 by Rev. Phillips.  Burial took place in Fuller
Cemetery.

Research: "Landmarks of Orleans County, New York"

"History of Allegan & Barry Counties, Michigan"

"First Landowners of Barry County, MI"

"Barry County, Michigan, 1985"

"The History of Woodland, MI, 1837-1987"

Information from Myrtle M. Wilson, Hastings, MI

Notes from Marilyn Furstenau of Elsie, MI, deceased, permission from her
husband granted to copy her material, ca 1989

Information received in 1990 from Betty Goodgame, Adin, CA [Writing a
book on the Barnum family]

1860 federal census, Carlton Twp., Barry Co., MI, pg 810, 1499/1402,
Truman P. Barnum, 37, m, carpenter, 500/150, NY; Julia, 29, f, NY; Elma,
11, f, MI, attends school; Eva, 10, f, NY, attends school; Flora, 6, f,
MI, attends school; Mary, 2, f, MI; Horace, 3/12, m, MI

1870 federal census, Carlton Twp., Barry Co, MI (190/183)--Barnum,
Truman, 46, male, white, farmer, $3000/1200, b. NY; Julia, 39, f, keeps
house, b. NY; Elma, 21, f, domestic help, b. MI; Flora, 16, f, w,
domestic help, b. MI; Mary, 12, f, w, b. MI; Horace, 9, m, w, b. MI;
Addie, 1, f, b. MI; Fuller, Flora, 33, domestic help, b. NY

1880 federal census, Carlton Twp., Barry Co, MI (115/116)--Barnum, T.P.,
white, male, 56, farming, b. NY, father b. NY, mother b. NH; Julia,
white, female, 49, wife, keeping house, b. NY, father b. PA, mother b.
NY; Horace, white, male, 20, son, at home, b. MI; Adda, white, female,
11, dau, at school, b. MI

1884 Michigan State Census, Castleton Twp., Barry Co. MI
(289/307)--Truman P. Barnum, 60, white, male, husband, married, born NY,
parents born NY; Julia Barnum, 53, female, white, wife, married, born
NY, father born PA, mother born NY; Horace F, 24, male, white, son,
single, born MI; Flora Fuller, 46, female, white, sister, single, born
NY, father born PA, mother born NY

1884 MI Agricultural Census [on end of film #5034, State of Michigan
Archives, Lansing, MI], Carlton Twp., Barry Co., MI--Truman P. Barnum, 1
owner, 58 acres tilled, 22 acres woodland, clay loam, value of farm
$6000, farm implements $175, livestok $500, amount paid for wages in
1883 for outdoor farm labor $175, amount paid for indoor farm and dairy
labor in 1883 $25, estimated value of farm production in 1883 $295, 3
horses

1894 Michign State Census, Carlton Twp., Barry Co., MI
(274-287)--Barnum, Truman P, 70, m, w, husband, married, bp NY, father's
bp NY, mother's bp NH; Julia, 63, f, w, wife, married, bp NY, father's
bp PA, mother's bp NY

1900 federal soundex census (B-655), Vol 5, ED36, Sheet 9, Line 63,
Barry Co., MI, Carlton Twp.--Barnum, Truman, w, Dec 1823, 76, NY; Julia,
w, Dec 1830, 69, NY

1910 federal soundex census, Barry County, MI (005/0038/0029)--Wilson,
Ruben V, h, w, 53, NY; Addie M., w, 41, MI; Arlow C., s, 16, MI; Don D,
s, 13, MI; Iva D, d, 12, MI; Nina E, d, 8, MI; Barnum, Truman P., fl,
86, NY

Barry County, MI,  Death Record, Vol B, pg 256, #4620--June 30, 1913,
Truman P. Barnum, male, white, widower, 89 years, 5 months, 15 days, p/d
Carlton, c/d ------eusfancy (illegible), bp NY, farmer, parents not
listed

Genealogy of the Greely-Greeley Family (pg 1 & 2) by George Hiram
Greeley, pg 333

They had the following children:
		i.	Elma A (1849-1916)
		ii.	Eva A. (1851-1870)
		iii.	Flora E. (1853-1935)
		iv.	Mary L. (1858-1897)
		v.	Horace Fuller (1860-1937)
		vi.	Addie Melinda (1868-1952)

32. Alvah E. FULLER, GGGG Uncle. Born on 7 May 1832 in Probably Orleans
Co., NY. Alvah E. died on 26 Oct 1906; he was 74. Buried in Fuller Cem.,
Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY.

[The Hastings Banner, Nov. 7, 1906, pg 9]
CARLTON--Philo Fuller received the sad news of his brother Alvah's death
who resided in the state of New York.

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 101-102

Vol 3, pg 113; Vol 7, pg 109, Vol 9, pg 113, Vol 12 from 1904 Barnum &
K, pg 117

Information from Betty Goodgame of Adin, CA--she is writing books on the
Fuller family & the Barnum family

1850 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (321/323)--Harmon Fuller,
49, male, farmer, value of real estate $4000, bp PA; Polly, 46, female,
bp NY; Almira, 30, f, Horace, 27, male, farmer;  Cash, 22, male, farmer;
on pg 45, #321/323 it continues--Julia Fuller, 20, NY, Alva, 18, Celia,
16, Flora, 14, Harrison, 12, Philo, 9, Edwin, 8, Josephus, 6, Ida, 4

Fuller Cem., Waterport Rd., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY, Transcribed
1993 & contributed Nov 1996 by Sharon Kerridge, Orleans Co. Coordinator,
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33. Celia FULLER, GGGG Aunt. Born on 4 Nov 1834 in Carlton, Orleans Co,
NY. Celia died in Carlton, Orleans Co., NY on 4 Nov 1905; she was 71.
Buried in Fuller Cem., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY.

Research: 1850 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (321/323)--Harmon
Fuller, 49, male, farmer, value of real estate $4000, bp PA; Polly, 46,
female, bp NY; Almira, 30, f, Horace, 27, male, farmer;  Cash, 22, male,
farmer; on pg 45, #321/323 it continues--Julia Fuller, 20, NY, Alva, 18,
Celia, 16, Flora, 14, Harrison, 12, Philo, 9, Edwin, 8, Josephus, 6,
Ida, 4

1855 New York State Census, Orleans Co., Town of Carlton, 12 June 1855,
2nd El. District--household #101, framed dwelling, value $250, family
#101--Harmon Fuller, 54, male, bp PA, married, 44 years residence in
city, farmer, native voter, owns land; Polly Fuller, 51, female, wife,
bp Orleans Co., married, 36 years resided in city; Celia, 20, female,
child, bp Orleans Co., 20 years residence; Flora, 18, female, child, bp
Orleans Co., 18 years residence; Harrison B. Fuller, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., 16 years residence, farmer; Philo, 14, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., 14 years residence; Edward, 12, male, child, bp Orleans
Co., 12 years residence; Josephus, 10, male, child, bp Orleans Co., 10
years residence; Ida, 8, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 8 years
residence

1880 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY, 352/361--Fuller, Reuben
E., white, male, 48, farmer, born NY, father born PA, mother born NY;
Celia, white, female, 46, wife, keeping house, born NY, father born PA,
mother born NY; Alva A, white, male, 16, son,  born NY; Vernon, E,
white, male, 12, son, NY; Gertie, white, female, 9, dau, NY; Ray, white,
male, 7, son, NY

"Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn, MA," Compiled
by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg 94 & 101-102

Vol 3, pg 113; Vol 7, pg 109, Vol 9, pg 113, Vol 12 from 1904 Barnum &
K, pg 117

Information from Betty Goodgame of Adin, CA--she is writing books on the
Fuller family & the Barnum family

Fuller Cem., Waterport Rd., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY, Transcribed
1993 & contributed Nov 1996 by Sharon Kerridge, Orleans Co. Coordinator,
NY GENWEB (sak@vivanet.com) [USGENWEB Archives Notice:  Material may be
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On 2 Feb 1857 when Celia was 22, she married Reuben Elmer FULLER, son of
Reuben E FULLER Sr. (7 May 1800-15 May 1891) & Fanny MOREHOUSE (1804-24
Sep 1856), in NY. Born on 3 Aug 1832 in Carlton, Orleans Co., NY. Reuben
Elmer died in Ridgeway, Orleans Co., NY on 6 Oct 1918; he was 86. Buried
in Carlton Cem., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY. Occupation: Farmer.

Per Doug Murphy, "Landmarks..." pg 143 lists his first marriage as 5
Sept. 1854, not 1 Sept.

In 1919 he was living in Medina, NY

He has a gravestone, but may not have been buried in Fuller cemetery,
because there is no year of death given.

"Landmarks of Orleans County, New York", pg 182 tells that "Fuller, Alva
A., is a lineal descendant of Reuben, who was born in Wilmington, Pa.,
May 7, 1800, and came to the town of Carlton, then a part of Genesee
county, in 1812, and purchased a tract of land containing 300 acres,
where his son, Reuben E., father of Alvah, now resides.  Reuben E. was
born on this farm August 3, 1832, and his wife was Celia Fuller, born
November 4, 1834, in Carlton.  The children of Reuben E. and Celia
Fuller were as follows--Lester S., born February 19, 1853, died December
29, 1862; Hattie D., born September 21, 1860, married December 24, 1879,
to Zachary Thompson, and they have these children (Mabel F., born June
30, 1881; Bertha C., born January 12, 1883; Lester D., born March 12,
1885); Alvah A., born December 4, 1863, married January 28, 1891; Sadie
E. Rice, born April 12, 1868; Vernon E., born October 14, 1867, married
February 14, 1889, Susan Eckler, and resides in Carlton; Gertie A., born
August 24, 1870, married March 23, 1893, James Smith; G. Ray, born
February 13 1872; Myron, born September 28, 1876, died March 7, 1877. 
Alvah A. Fuller was educated in the common schools of Carlton and
attended a select school taught by Miss P.A. Foster at Albion.  He
commenced to work by the month on a farm and after three years went west
as far as Washington State, where he remained two years and was foreman
on a ranch of 800 acres.  In 1889 he returned to Carlton and worked on
his father's farm two years, and in 1891 moved to the village of Gaines,
where he has carried on a mercantile business up to the present time. 
Mr. Fuller is now town clerk of Gaines, having been elected in the
spring of 1891 on the Republican ticket.

Research: 1865 ORLEANS COUNTY,  NEW YORK STATE CENSUS, Town of Carlton -
F [LAST NAME FIRST NAME  AGE RELATIONSHIP, BORN, OCCUPATION & FILM  OR
SEX  COMMENTS  LOC. #]: FULLER, Reuben, 33, M, Orleans, Farmer, 117-D2;
Elmer; Celia, 31, Wife, Orleans; Hattie D., 4,  Daughter, Orleans; 
Alvah A.,1y, Son, Orleans, 6m; FULLER, Ida, 18, F, Orleans, Domestic;
BRADSHAW, John, 24, M, Rensselaer, Farm Laborer          

1870 federal census, Village of Hastings, Barry Co., MI, pg 137R,
134/118 (in hotel)--Fuller, Reuben, 38, m, w, b. OH [NOTE:  Is this the
same person?]--apparently not the same person. Per information received
via the internet on12 Nov 1997 from Douglas J. Murphy
(douglasmurphy@lucent.com)--He and his whole family are also enumerated
as living in the house of his father-in-law Harmon Fuller in Carlton
that year.  

1880 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co., NY, 352/361--Fuller, Reuben
E., white, male, 48, farmer, born NY, father born PA, mother born NY;
Celia, white, female, 46, wife, keeping house, born NY, father born PA,
mother born NY; Alva A, white, male, 16, son,  born NY; Vernon, E,
white, male, 12, son, NY; Gertie, white, female, 9, dau, NY; Ray, white,
male, 7, son, NY

"Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn, MA," Compiled
by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg 100

Information from Betty Goodgame, P. O. Box 145, Adin, CA 96006-0145--she
is writing a book on the Fuller family, updating the Thomas Fuller book
above

Carlton  Cem., Waterport Rd., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY, Transcribed
1993 & contributed Nov 1996 by Sharon Kerridge, Orleans Co. Coordinator,
NY GENWEB (sak@vivanet.com) [USGENWEB Archives Notice:  Material may be
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Per information received via the internet on12 Nov 1997 from Douglas J.
Murphy (douglasmurphy@lucent.com)

They had the following children:
		i.	Lester S. (1858-1862)
		ii.	Hattie D. (1860-)
		iii.	Alvah A. (1863-)
		iv.	Vernon E. (1867-1896)
		v.	Gertrude A. (1870-)
		vi.	George Ray (1872-)
		vii.	Myron (1876-1877)

34. Flora FULLER, GGGG Aunt. Born on 25 Aug 1836 in Orleans Co., NY.
Flora died in Carlton, Barry Co, MI on 16 Apr 1893; she was 56. Buried
in Fuller Cem., Carlton Twp., Barry Co., MI.

[The Hstings Banner, Thurs., April 20, 1893, pg 7, ol 2]
CARLTON CENTER--Miss Flora Fuller died Suday morning at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Barnum, of dropsy.  She was ailing for many months though
she did not give up, till within a few days of her death.

Funeral services Monday from the Methodist church conducted by Rev.
Wright, assisted by Rev. Keeler, of Woodland.  Interment in the East
cemetery.

Research: 1850 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (321/323)--Harmon
Fuller, 49, male, farmer, value of real estate $4000, bp PA; Polly, 46,
female, bp NY; Almira, 30, f, Horace, 27, male, farmer;  Cash, 22, male,
farmer; on pg 45, #321/323 it continues--Julia Fuller, 20, NY, Alva, 18,
Celia, 16, Flora, 14, Harrison, 12, Philo, 9, Edwin, 8, Josephus, 6,
Ida, 4

1855 New York State Census, Orleans Co., Town of Carlton, 12 June 1855,
2nd El. District--household #101, framed dwelling, value $250, family
#101--Harmon Fuller, 54, male, bp PA, married, 44 years residence in
city, farmer, native voter, owns land; Polly Fuller, 51, female, wife,
bp Orleans Co., married, 36 years resided in city; Celia, 20, female,
child, bp Orleans Co., 20 years residence; Flora, 18, female, child, bp
Orleans Co., 18 years residence; Harrison B. Fuller, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., 16 years residence, farmer; Philo, 14, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., 14 years residence; Edward, 12, male, child, bp Orleans
Co., 12 years residence; Josephus, 10, male, child, bp Orleans Co., 10
years residence; Ida, 8, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 8 years
residence

1860 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (300/300)--Harmon Fuller,
59, male, farmer, value of property $12,500/$500, born PA; Polly, 57,
female, born NY; Horace, 32, male, born NY; Josephus, 15, male, born NY;
Ida, 13, female, born NY; Flora Fuller, 25, female, servant, born NY;
Elisabeth, 23, female, born Scotland; Elbert, 2 male, born NY

1870 federal census, Carlton Twp., Barry Co, MI (190/183)--Barnum,
Truman, 46, male, white, farmer, $3000/1200, b. NY; Julia, 39, f, keeps
house, b. NY; Elma, 21, f, domestic help, b. MI; Flora, 16, f, w,
domestic help, b. MI; Mary, 12, f, w, b. MI; Horace, 9, m, w, b. MI;
Addie, 1, f, b. MI; Fuller, Flora, 33, domestic help, b. NY

1880 federal census--she was residing with sister Julia

1884 Michigan State Census, Castleton Twp., Barry Co. MI
(289/307)--Truman P. Barnum, 60, white, male, husband, married, born NY,
parents born NY; Julia Barnum, 53, female, white, wie, married, born NY,
father born PA, mother born NY; Horace F, 24, male, white, son, single,
born MI; Flora Fuller, 46, female, white, sister, single, born NY,
father born PA, mother born NY

Death recorded Volume B, pg 2, entry #34, April 16 1892, Flora Fuller,
female, white, single, 96 years, Carlton, dropsy, born NY, housekeeper,
parents Herman Fuller, PA, Polly Fuller, PA

Barry Co., MI, Cemetery Records, Vol 1, Fuller Cem., Carlton Twp.

"Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn, MA," Compiled
by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg 94 & 101-102

Vol 3, pg 113; Vol 7, pg 109, Vol 9, pg 113, Vol 12 from 1904 Barnum &
K, pg 117

Information from Betty Goodgame of Adin, CA--she is writing books on the
Fuller family & the Barnum family

35. Harmon 'Harrison' Barnum FULLER, GGGG Uncle. Born on 3 Mar 1838 in
Orleans Co., NY. Harmon 'Harrison' Barnum died in Carlton, Orleans Co.,
NY on 3 Aug 1917; he was 79. Buried in Fuller Cem., Carlton Twp.,
Orleans Co., NY.

His month of birth is shown as Nov. in the Fuller book, but the cemetery
records show it as March.

Research: 1850 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (321/323)--Harmon
Fuller, 49, male, farmer, value of real estate $4000, bp PA; Polly, 46,
female, bp NY; Almira, 30, f, Horace, 27, male, farmer;  Cash, 22, male,
farmer; on pg 45, #321/323 it continues--Julia Fuller, 20, NY, Alva, 18,
Celia, 16, Flora, 14, Harrison, 12, Philo, 9, Edwin, 8, Josephus, 6,
Ida, 4

1855 New York State Census, Orleans Co., Town of Carlton, 12 June 1855,
2nd El. District--household #101, framed dwelling, value $250, family
#101--Harmon Fuller, 54, male, bp PA, married, 44 years residence in
city, farmer, native voter, owns land; Polly Fuller, 51, female, wife,
bp Orleans Co., married, 36 years resided in city; Celia, 20, female,
child, bp Orleans Co., 20 years residence; Flora, 18, female, child, bp
Orleans Co., 18 years residence; Harrison B. Fuller, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., 16 years residence, farmer; Philo, 14, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., 14 years residence; Edward, 12, male, child, bp Orleans
Co., 12 years residence; Josephus, 10, male, child, bp Orleans Co., 10
years residence; Ida, 8, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 8 years
residence

1865 ORLEANS COUNTY,  NEW YORK STATE CENSUS, Town of Carlton - F [LAST
NAME FIRST NAME  AGE RELATIONSHIP, BORN, OCCUPATION & FILM  OR SEX 
COMMENTS  LOC. #]:

FULLER,  Harrison B.,  26, M,  Orleans, Farmer,  107-D2; Martha B., 24
Wife, Orleans;  FULLER,  Philo, 24, Brother,  Orleans,  Farmer; FULLER, 
Edwin, 23, Brother,  Orleans, Farmer;  FULLER  Josephus; 21;  Brother,
Orleans, Farmer; FULLER  Harmon, 64 Father,  PA, Farmer;  FULLER 
Polly,  62, Mother, Cayuga, (Barnum)         

"Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn, MA," Compiled
by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg 94 & 101-102,
pg 113

Vol 7, pg 109, Vol 9, pg 113, Vol 12 from 1904 Barnum & K, pg 117

Information from Betty Goodgame of Adin, CA--she is writing books on the
Fuller family & the Barnum family

Fuller Cem., Waterport Rd., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY, Transcribed
1993 & contributed Nov 1996 by Sharon Kerridge, Orleans Co. Coordinator,
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Harmon 'Harrison' Barnum married Martha A.. Born on 28 Jul 1839 in
Orleans Co., NY. Martha A. died on 19 Nov 1907; she was 68. Buried in
Fuller Cem., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY.

Research: Fuller Cem., Waterport Rd., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY,
Transcribed 1993 & contributed Nov 1996 by Sharon Kerridge, Orleans Co.
Coordinator, NY GENWEB (sak@vivanet.com) [USGENWEB Archives Notice: 
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They had one child:
		i.	Wilbur Philo (1862-1863)

36. Philo FULLER, GGGG Uncle. Born on 28 Jan 1841 in Carlton Twp.,
Orleans Co, NY. Philo died in Carlton, Barry Co., MI on 31 May 1925; he
was 84. Buried on 2 Jun 1925 in Fuller Cem., Carlton Twp., Barry Co.,
MI. Occupation: Farmer. Religion: Methodist Episcopal.

"Portrait and Biographical Album; History of Eaton and Barry Counties,
Michigan, 1885," published by Chapman Bros., Chicago, 1891, pgs 559-560

PHILO FULLER, who is engaged in farming on section 20, Carlton Township,
Barry County, is a native of New York.  He was born in Carlton Township,
Orleans County, January 28, 1841, and is a son of Harmon Fuller, a
native of Connecticut who served in the War of 1812.  He spent his
entire life in the East but after his death his remains were brought to
Michigan and here interred.  In the family were twelve children, our
subject being the ninth in order of birth, and Edwin and Joseph were
numbered among the boys in blue of the late war.  Philo remained at home
until 1861 when, prompted by patriotic impulses, he responded to the
country's call for troops and became a member of Company F, Third New
York Cavalry, which was ordered to Maryland where the troops remained
during the winter.  In the spring they were sent to Virginia under Gen.
Banks, crossing at Harper's Ferry,w here they were held in reserve while
Banks raided Winchester.  Next they were ordered back to Washington,
D.C., where they spent two weeks, following which they went to Newbern,
NC.  The year the Third Regiment spent in that place the troops were
engaged in picket duty and skirmishing, after which they were ordered to
Fortress Monroe, VA, and went in to winter quarters.  The following
spring they returned to Newbern, where Company F remained until
receiving its discharge in 1864, on the expiration of its term of
enlistment.  Mr. Fuller took part in several skirmishes and in Hyde
County, NC, in 1863, was hit in the wrist by a ball which bent the
handle of his revolver out of shape and then killed the horse on which
he was riding.  Two shots also penetrated his right arm but the wounds
were not serious and on the 31st of May he was honorably discharged and
returned to his home.

The year 1865 witnessed the arrival of our subject in Barry County,
Mich.  He immediately purchased land--his present farm--and after
building a log cabin began clearing it.  Not a furrow had been turned or
an improvement made and the present fine condition in which it is today,
is all the result of the owner's labors.  After clearing the land it was
his next duty to provide a more comfortable home for himself and family
than their pioneer cabin, and he erected the pleasant and commodious
two-story frame residence at a cost of $2,000.  It is tastefully
furnished from basement to attic with rich yet neat furniture of the
latest design and is supplied with all the little accessories which make
life worth the living and indicate the presence of cultured people.  A
large basement barn was also built, 32 x 46 feet with eighteen feet
posts, which is sufficiently large to accommodate all his stock with
shelter during the inclement winter weather.  A young orchard is just
beginning to bear fruit and with the exception of five acres of timber
land the entire farm is under a high state of cultivation.

Mr. Fuller was united in marriage with Miss Elsie Morgan, daughter of
William Morgan, on the 7th of April, 1866, by the Rev. Mr. Tapley, a
Methodist minister.  Unto them have been born three children--Wilbur H.,
who married Stella Sherman and resides on the old home farm; Myrtie B.
and Roy C., are at home with their parents.  This family has been
identified with the history of Barry County for more than a quarter of a
century and our subject is one of its valued citizens.
--------------------------
[The Hastings Banner, Wed., 10 June 1925, pg 6]
OBITUARY

Philo Fuller was born in Carlton, Orleans County, New York, January 28,
1841.  He was one of a family of 13 children, only one of whom, a
sister, is still living.  On August 19, 1861 he enlisted in the Third
New York Cavalry and served in the Civil War until he was wounded in the
right arm and wrist in a skirmish in Hyde County, North Carolina, March
4, 1863.  Because of his incapacity for service he received honorable
discharge at Newark, New Jersey, May 31, 1864.  Soon after his discharge
he came to Michigan and worked on the farm of his brother in law, Truman
Barnum.  On April 7, 1866 he was united in marriage with Elsie Morgan
and they moved to the farm where he lived until his death.  There four
children were born:  Wilbur H., Myrtie B., Roy Chester and Ralph, who
died in infancy.  August 19, 1903 his wife died after an illness of
three years.  He was married September 30, 1905 to Mrs. Mary E. Wilson
who survives him.

After an illness of several months he died at his home in Carlton
Sunday, May 31 at the age of 84 years and 4 months.  Besides his wife
and three children, he is also survived by a stepdaughter, Mrs. Merrill
H. Coats of Holly Hill, Fla., and by six grandchildren and three great
grandchildren.  Mr. Fuller had been  a faithful member of the Carlton
Methodist Episcopal church for over 30 years and will be missed in the
church and the community by a host of friends and neighbors.  The
funeral was held at the home on Tuesday, June 2, with burial in the
Fuller cemetery, Rev. M.A. Davison of Freeport officiating.

Research: 1850 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (321/323)--Harmon
Fuller, 49, male, farmer, value of real estate $4000, bp PA; Polly, 46,
female, bp NY; Almira, 30, f, Horace, 27, male, farmer;  Cash, 22, male,
farmer; on pg 45, #321/323 it continues--Julia Fuller, 20, NY, Alva, 18,
Celia, 16, Flora, 14, Harrison, 12, Philo, 9, Edwin, 8, Josephus, 6,
Ida, 4

1855 New York State Census, Orleans Co., Town of Carlton, 12 June 1855,
2nd El. District--household #101, framed dwelling, value $250, family
#101--Harmon Fuller, 54, male, bp PA, married, 44 years residence in
city, farmer, native voter, owns land; Polly Fuller, 51, female, wife,
bp Orleans Co., married, 36 years resided in city; Celia, 20, female,
child, bp Orleans Co., 20 years residence; Flora, 18, female, child, bp
Orleans Co., 18 years residence; Harrison B. Fuller, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., 16 years residence, farmer; Philo, 14, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., 14 years residence; Edward, 12, male, child, bp Orleans
Co., 12 years residence; Josephus, 10, male, child, bp Orleans Co., 10
years residence; Ida, 8, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 8 years
residence

1865 ORLEANS COUNTY,  NEW YORK STATE CENSUS, Town of Carlton - F [LAST
NAME FIRST NAME  AGE RELATIONSHIP, BORN, OCCUPATION & FILM  OR SEX 
COMMENTS  LOC. #]:

FULLER,  Harrison B.,  26, M,  Orleans, Farmer,  107-D2; Martha B., 24
Wife, Orleans;  FULLER,  Philo, 24, Brother,  Orleans,  Farmer; FULLER, 
Edwin, 23, Brother,  Orleans, Farmer;  FULLER  Josephus; 21;  Brother,
Orleans, Farmer; FULLER  Harmon, 64 Father,  PA, Farmer;  FULLER 
Polly,  62, Mother, Cayuga, (Barnum)   

1870 federal census, Carlton, Barry Co., MI, pg 88R, 187/180--Fuller,
Philo, 28, m, w, farmer, 1300/400, NY; Elsie, 23, f, w, keeping house,
OH; Wilbur H, 3, m, w, MI

1884 Michigan State Census, Barry County, Carlton Twp., MI
(173/188)--Fuller, Philo, 42, m, w, husband, married, b. NY, father b.
PA, mother b. NY; Elsie M., 36, f, w, wife, md, b. OH, parents b.
Scotland; Wilber H., 17, m, w, son, single, b. MI; Myrtie B., 12, f, w,
dau, single, b. MI; Roy C., 7, m, w, son, single, b. MI

1890 U.S. Veterans Census, Carlton Twp., Barry Co, MI, pg 1, (SD 4/ED
31), Line 10, (43/43)--Fuller, Philo, Pvt, Co. F, 3rd NY Cav, Entered 19
Aug 1861, Disch 31 May 1864, 2 yrs, 9 months, 12 days, Address Carlton
Center, Disability--Shot through wrist

1894 Michigan State census, Carlton Twp., Barry County, MI
(239/340)--Fuller, Philo, 52, m, w, husb, md, b. NY, parents b. NY;
Elsie M., 47, f, w, wife, md, b. OH, parents b. Scotland; Myrtie B., 22,
f, w, dau, single, b. MI; Roy C., 17, m, w, son, single, b. MI; Hazle
G., 3, f, w, granddaughter, single, b. MI

1900 federal census, Carlton Twp., Barry Co, MI (250/256)--a
granddaughter was living with them, Hazel, born Oct 1891, 8, born MI

1910 federal census, Carlton Twp., Barry Co., MI (22/24)--Fuller, Philo,
head, male, white, 69, married, bp NY, parents' bp NY, speaks English,
own income, owns free farm; Mary E., wife, female, white, 61, married, 3
children born/1 living, bp NY, parents' bp NY, speaks English,
occupation none

The Barry County Marriage Index has an entry dated 1917 for Wilson, Mary
E. and Philo Fuller, Vol D, pg 270

Barry Co., MI, Cemetery Records, Vol 1, Fuller Cem., Carlton Twp.

"Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn, MA," Compiled
by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg 94 & 101-102

Vol 3, pg 113; Vol 7, pg 109, Vol 9, pg 113, Vol 12 from 1904 Barnum &
K, pg 117

Information from Betty Goodgame of Adin, CA--she is writing books on the
Fuller family & the Barnum family

On 7 Apr 1866 when Philo was 25, he first married Elsie MORGAN. Born on
14 Mar 1847 in Ruggles, Ashland Co., OH. Elsie died in Carlton Twp.,
Barry Co., MI on 19 Aug 1903; she was 56. Buried in Fuller Cem., Carlton
Twp., Barry Co., MI.

Her father's name was William Morgan.  Her parents were both born in
Scotland, according to the 1900 census.

[The Hastings Banner, Aug. 27, 1903, pg 1, ol 5]
OBITUARY
Fuller--Elsie M. Morgan was born in Ruggles, Ashland Co., OH, March
14th, 1847, and departed this life, August 19th, 1903, at her home in
Carlton.

She was united to Mr. Philo Fuller April 7th, 1866, and was the mother
of four children, three of whom are living, Wilbur of East Jordan and
Roy and Myrtle of Hastings, who with the father mourn the early
departure of a kind and loving mother.  She has resided in Carlton all
her married life upon the farm that joins the Messer farm on the south. 
Her home was one of beauty and hospitality, and the hosts of friends who
mourn her death attest how generous a hostess and true a wife she has
been.

She was converted about eight or ten years ago under the preaching of
the Rev. William Wright and joined the M.E. church at Carlton Center,
where she has been a faithful member, always doing what she could to
help the master's work.  During the last two years she has been a great
sufferer, but her patience and fortitude was perfectly marvelous.

The funeral services were held by her pastor, Rev. J.H. Bennett, at the
home.  The floral offerings were many and beautiful, attesting the high
esteem in which the deceased was held by her neighbors and friends.

The floral offerings by Roy Fuller's fellow workmen of the factory
called forth many kind remarks.  All seemed to try in some way to show
their sympathy and interest and a large company followed the remains to
the Fuller cemetery where her body now awaits a glorious resurrection.

Research: 1870 federal census, Carlton, Barry Co., MI, pg 88R,
187/180--Fuller, Philo, 28, m, w, farmer, 1300/400, NY; Elsie, 23, f, w,
keeping house, OH; Wilbur H, 3, m, w, MI

1884 Michigan State Census, Barry County, Carlton Twp., MI
(173/188)--Fuller, Philo, 42, m, w, husband, married, b. NY, father b.
PA, mother b. NY; Elsie M., 36, f, w, wife, md, b. OH, parents b.
Scotland; Wilber H., 17, m, w, son, single, b. MI; Myrtie B., 12, f, w,
dau, single, b. MI; Roy C., 7, m, w, son, single, b. MI

1890 U.S. Veterans Census, Carlton Twp., Barry Co, MI, pg 1, (SD 4/ED
31), Line 10, (43/43)--Fuller, Philo, Pvt, Co. F, 3rd NY Cav, Entered 19
Aug 1861, Disch 31 May 1864, 2 yrs, 9 months, 12 days, Address Carlton
Center, Disability--Shot through wrist

1894 Michigan State census, Carlton Twp., Barry County, MI
(239/340)--Fuller, Philo, 52, m, w, husb, md, b. NY, parents b. NY;
Elsie M., 47, f, w, wife, md, b. OH, parents b. Scotland; Myrtie B., 22,
f, w, dau, single, b. MI; Roy C., 17, m, w, son, single, b. MI; Hazle
G., 3, f, w, granddaughter, single, b. MI

Barry Co., MI, Cemetery Records, Vol 1, Fuller Cem., Carlton Twp.

They had the following children:
		i.	Wilbur H (ca1867-)
		ii.	Merta 'Myrtie' B. (1872-1949)
		iii.	Roy Chester (1876-1961)
		iv.	Ralph A (ca1879-1881)

ca 1917 when Philo was 75, he second married Mary E WILSON, in Barry
Co., MI. Born in 1849. Mary E died in 1934; she was 85. Buried in Fuller
Cem., Carlton Twp., Barry Co., MI.

Research: Barry Co., MI, Cemetery Records, Vol 1, Fuller Cem., Carlton
Twp.

37. Edwin R. FULLER, GGGG Uncle. Born on 19 Jul 1842 in Orleans Co., NY.

Research: 1850 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (321/323)--Harmon
Fuller, 49, male, farmer, value of real estate $4000, bp PA; Polly, 46,
female, bp NY; Almira, 30, f, Horace, 27, male, farmer;  Cash, 22, male,
farmer; on pg 45, #321/323 it continues--Julia Fuller, 20, NY, Alva, 18,
Celia, 16, Flora, 14, Harrison, 12, Philo, 9, Edwin, 8, Josephus, 6,
Ida, 4

1855 New York State Census, Orleans Co., Town of Carlton, 12 June 1855,
2nd El. District--household #101, framed dwelling, value $250, family
#101--Harmon Fuller, 54, male, bp PA, married, 44 years residence in
city, farmer, native voter, owns land; Polly Fuller, 51, female, wife,
bp Orleans Co., married, 36 years resided in city; Celia, 20, female,
child, bp Orleans Co., 20 years residence; Flora, 18, female, child, bp
Orleans Co., 18 years residence; Harrison B. Fuller, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., 16 years residence, farmer; Philo, 14, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., 14 years residence; Edward, 12, male, child, bp Orleans
Co., 12 years residence; Josephus, 10, male, child, bp Orleans Co., 10
years residence; Ida, 8, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 8 years
residence

1865 ORLEANS COUNTY,  NEW YORK STATE CENSUS, Town of Carlton - F [LAST
NAME FIRST NAME  AGE RELATIONSHIP, BORN, OCCUPATION & FILM  OR SEX 
COMMENTS  LOC. #]:

FULLER,  Harrison B.,  26, M,  Orleans, Farmer,  107-D2; Martha B., 24
Wife, Orleans;  FULLER,  Philo, 24, Brother,  Orleans,  Farmer; FULLER, 
Edwin, 23, Brother,  Orleans, Farmer;  FULLER  Josephus; 21;  Brother,
Orleans, Farmer; FULLER  Harmon, 64 Father,  PA, Farmer;  FULLER 
Polly,  62, Mother, Cayuga, (Barnum)

"Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn, MA," Compiled
by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg 94 & 101-102

Vol 3, pg 113; Vol 7, pg 109, Vol 9, pg 113, Vol 12 from 1904 Barnum &
K, pg 117

Information from Betty Goodgame of Adin, CA--she is writing books on the
Fuller family & the Barnum family

38. Josephus FULLER, GGGG Uncle. Born on 29 Nov 1844 in Orleans Co, NY.
Josephus died in Woodland, Barry Co, MI on 11 Apr 1918; he was 73.
Buried in No. 2 Cemetery, Barry Co, MI.

JOSEPH FULLER
Civil War Veteran Stricken--Died After Brief Illness

Joseph Fuller was born in Orleans Co, New York Nov. 29, 1844 and died in
Woodland April 11, 1918, age 73 yrs, 4 mo. 15 das.

He grew up to manhood in the parental home.  At the age of 17 he
enlisted in the Civil War participating in the nation's great conflict
for three years.  He was badly wounded in the battle of the Wilderness,
and after recovering from his wounds, he again joined his Company and
Regiment and stayed until the close of the war. After the war he took up
the occupation of civil life again and came West, locating in Carleton
(sic) township.

He was united in marriage to Miss Elnora Barnum in December 1865.  To
this union five children were born, four daughters and one son.

Mr. Fuller lived in Carleten (sic) township until about 30 years ago
when they moved to Woodland where they have since resided.

Those knowing Mr. Fuller best knew him as a man of few words, usually
rather quiet.  He was a good neighbor and was strictly honest, and
truthful.  He has been in poor health for more than a year and Monday,
Mar. 8, he was stricken with paralysis and died the following Thursday
evening.  Funeral was held Saturday, April 13 at the U.B. church, Rev.
---awking, Baptist minister of Hastings officiated.  Interment in No. 2
cemetery. [Obituary from Bull Scrapbook, Hastings Public Library,
Hastings, MI]

Research: 1850 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (321/323)--Harmon
Fuller, 49, male, farmer, value of real estate $4000, bp PA; Polly, 46,
female, bp NY; Almira, 30, f, Horace, 27, male, farmer;  Cash, 22, male,
farmer; on pg 45, #321/323 it continues--Julia Fuller, 20, NY, Alva, 18,
Celia, 16, Flora, 14, Harrison, 12, Philo, 9, Edwin, 8, Josephus, 6,
Ida, 4

1855 New York State Census, Orleans Co., Town of Carlton, 12 June 1855,
2nd El. District--household #101, framed dwelling, value $250, family
#101--Harmon Fuller, 54, male, bp PA, married, 44 years residence in
city, farmer, native voter, owns land; Polly Fuller, 51, female, wife,
bp Orleans Co., married, 36 years resided in city; Celia, 20, female,
child, bp Orleans Co., 20 years residence; Flora, 18, female, child, bp
Orleans Co., 18 years residence; Harrison B. Fuller, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., 16 years residence, farmer; Philo, 14, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., 14 years residence; Edward, 12, male, child, bp Orleans
Co., 12 years residence; Josephus, 10, male, child, bp Orleans Co., 10
years residence; Ida, 8, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 8 years
residence

1860 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (300/300)--Harmon Fuller,
59, male, farmer, value of property $12,500/$500, born PA; Polly, 57,
female, born NY; Horace, 32, male, born NY; Josephus, 15, male, born NY;
Ida, 13, female, born NY; Flora Fuller, 25, female, servant, born NY;
Elisabeth, 23, female, born Scotland; Elbert, 2 male, born NY

1865 ORLEANS COUNTY,  NEW YORK STATE CENSUS, Town of Carlton - F [LAST
NAME FIRST NAME  AGE RELATIONSHIP, BORN, OCCUPATION & FILM  OR SEX 
COMMENTS  LOC. #]:

FULLER,  Harrison B.,  26, M,  Orleans, Farmer,  107-D2; Martha B., 24
Wife, Orleans;  FULLER,  Philo, 24, Brother,  Orleans,  Farmer; FULLER, 
Edwin, 23, Brother,  Orleans, Farmer;  FULLER  Josephus; 21;  Brother,
Orleans, Farmer; FULLER  Harmon, 64 Father,  PA, Farmer;  FULLER 
Polly,  62, Mother, Cayuga, (Barnum)

Barry County Marriage Index, Vol B, pg 105 (1865)--Barnum,
Elnore/Fuller, Josephus

1870 federal census, Carlton Twp., Barry Co., MI, pg 87,
164/158--Barnum, Harrison, 51, , w, farmer, 3500/800, NY; Eunice, 43, f,
w, keeping house, NY; Oswald G (?), 18, m, w, farm laborer, MI; Fuller,
Josephus, 25, m, w, farm laborer, NY; Emily, f, w, MI; Adaline, 1, f, w,
MI

1890 U.S. Veterans Census, Hastings, Barry Co, MI, pg 4, SD 4/ED 33,
line 44 (180/180)--Fuller, Josephus, Pvt, Co. C, 8th NY Hart, Entered
June 1862, Discharged 1865, Address Hastings, Barry Co, MI

"Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn, MA," Compiled
by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg 94 & 101-102

Vol 3, pg 113; Vol 7, pg 109, Vol 9, pg 113, Vol 12 from 1904 Barnum Bk,
pg 17 or117

Information from Betty Goodgame of Adin, CA--she is writing books on the
Fuller family & the Barnum family

On 29 Dec 1865 when Josephus was 21, he married Elnora Deborah BARNUM,
daughter of Israel Harrison BARNUM (15 Jun 1816-27 May 1890) & Eunice
TAYLOR (12 Apr 1826-15 Mar 1902). Born on 5 Aug 1849 in Carlton Twp.,
Barry Co, MI. Elnora Deborah died in Hastings, Barry Co., MI on 7 Feb
1927; she was 77. Buried in Baptist Cemetery.

She is listed as Emily in the 1870 census
----------------
[The Hastings Banner, Feb. 16, 1927, pg 2, col 2 OBITUARY
Elnora Deborah, daughter of Harrison and Eunice Barnum, was born in
Carlton, August 5, 1849 and passed away at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Ray Schantz on February 7, 1927, aged 77 years, 6 months and two
days on Dec. 29, 1865.  She was united in marriage with Josephus Fuller,
who preceded her in death nearly 10 years ago.  With the exception of a
few years, all her life has been spent within a few miles of her birth
place, she having lived in Woodland over a quarter of a century.  Her
father was one of the first settlers of Barry county.  Left to mourn her
loss are 5 children, Mrs. LaVern Warner and Vida Fisher of Kalamazoo,
Mrs. Alta Schantz, Inez Jordan and Erlo Fuller, one brother Ozro, all of
Hastings, 7 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, and numberless
friends.  She was a kind and loving mother, unsurpassed as a
grandmother, a staunch friend, promoting harmony wherever she went. 
Funeral services were held February 10 at the Woodland United Brethren
church, conducted by Rev. Wing.  Burial in the Baptist cemetery.

Research: 1850 federal census, Carlton Twp., Barry Co., MI, pg 115R,
769/788--Harrison Barnum, 34, m, NY; Eunice Barnu, 23, f, NY; Elnora, 1,
f, MI; Simon Hale, 6/12, MI

1860 federal census, Carlton Twp., Barry Co., MI, pg 808,
1483/1386--Israel H. Barnum, 40, m, farmer, 2000/500, NY; Eunice, 37, f,
NY; Elnora, 11, f, MI, attends school; Ozro G(?), 6, m, MI

1870 federal census, Carlton Twp., Barry Co., MI, pg 87,
164/158--Barnum, Harrison, 51, , w, farmer, 3500/800, NY; Eunice, 43, f,
w, keeping house, NY; Oswald G (?), 18, m, w, farm laborer, MI; Fuller,
Josephus, 25, m, w, farm laborer, NY; Emily, f, w, MI; Adaline, 1, f, w,
MI

They had the following children:
		i.	Adaline Laverne (1867-1967)
		ii.	Vida (1871-1967)
		iii.	Alta (1878-1967)
		iv.	Inez (1880-)
		v.	Erlo H (1882-1967)

39. Ida A. FULLER, GGGG Aunt. Born on 9 Jul 1846 in Orleans Co., NY.

Research: 1850 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (321/323)--Harmon
Fuller, 49, male, farmer, value of real estate $4000, bp PA; Polly, 46,
female, bp NY; Almira, 30, f, Horace, 27, male, farmer;  Cash, 22, male,
farmer; on pg 45, #321/323 it continues--Julia Fuller, 20, NY, Alva, 18,
Celia, 16, Flora, 14, Harrison, 12, Philo, 9, Edwin, 8, Josephus, 6,
Ida, 4

1855 New York State Census, Orleans Co., Town of Carlton, 12 June 1855,
2nd El. District--household #101, framed dwelling, value $250, family
#101--Harmon Fuller, 54, male, bp PA, married, 44 years residence in
city, farmer, native voter, owns land; Polly Fuller, 51, female, wife,
bp Orleans Co., married, 36 years resided in city; Celia, 20, female,
child, bp Orleans Co., 20 years residence; Flora, 18, female, child, bp
Orleans Co., 18 years residence; Harrison B. Fuller, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., 16 years residence, farmer; Philo, 14, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., 14 years residence; Edward, 12, male, child, bp Orleans
Co., 12 years residence; Josephus, 10, male, child, bp Orleans Co., 10
years residence; Ida, 8, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 8 years
residence

1860 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY (300/300)--Harmon Fuller,
59, male, farmer, value of property $12,500/$500, born PA; Polly, 57,
female, born NY; Horace, 32, male, born NY; Josephus, 15, male, born NY;
Ida, 13, female, born NY; Flora Fuller, 25, female, servant, born NY;
Elisabeth, 23, female, born Scotland; Elbert, 2 male, born NY

1865 ORLEANS COUNTY,  NEW YORK STATE CENSUS, Town of Carlton - F [LAST
NAME FIRST NAME  AGE RELATIONSHIP, BORN, OCCUPATION & FILM  OR SEX 
COMMENTS  LOC. #]: FULLER, Reuben, 33, M, Orleans, Farmer, 117-D2;
Elmer; Celia, 31, Wife, Orleans; Hattie D., 4,  Daughter, Orleans; 
Alvah A.,1y, Son, Orleans, 6m; FULLER, Ida, 18, F, Orleans, Domestic;
BRADSHAW, John, 24, M, Rensselaer, Farm Laborer   

"Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn, MA," Compiled
by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg 94 & 101-102

Vol 3, pg 113; Vol 7, pg 109, Vol 9, pg 113, Vol 12 from 1904 Barnum &
K, pg 117

Information from Betty Goodgame of Adin, CA--she is writing books on the
Fuller family & the Barnum family


Family of John Cash FULLER (5) & Eliza GOOLD


40. Simon Kinney FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 9 Nov 1825 in Carlton, Orleans
Co., NY. Simon Kinney died in Los Angeles, CA on 10 Sep 1910; he was 84.

He lived in NY, IL, IA, and CA; was first a farmer, then a banker;
served in the Civil War; member of the G.A.R., and prominent as a Mason
and Odd Fellow

Children:

364.  Eveline Millard, b. Sept. 3, 1844, at Carlton, NY

365.  Homer Clay, b. May 1, 1848, at Carlton; d. July 18, 1849, at
Tiskelna, IL

366.  James Rodolph, b. Jan. 27, 1850, at LaSalle, IL; d. there Aug. 23,
1852

367.  Ernest Cash, b. Aug. 4, 1855, at LaSalle

368.  Silas Clarence, b. June 22, 1858, at Grinnell, IA

369.  Helen Gracis, b. Jan 20, 1861, at Grinnell

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 102, 113

On 31 Aug 1843 when Simon Kinney was 17, he married Mary Ann SWARTOUT,
in Carlton, Orleans Co., NY. Born on 27 Nov 1826 in Newfane, Niagara
Co., NY. Mary Ann died in Brawley, CA on 3 Jan 1908; she was 81.

41. Phebe Ethalinda FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 3 May 1827 in Carlton, Orleans
Co., NY.

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 102

Phebe Ethalinda married Chauncey H LUM.

42. Homer Goold FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 29 Jun 1829 in Orleans Co., NY.
Homer Goold died in Winfield, KS on 7 Jan 1911; he was 81.

Child:

370.  Charles E., b. Nov. 11, 1857; m. Marion Halyard

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 102, 114

Homer Goold first married Julia ELMER.

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 102

Homer Goold second married Harriet BIRDSEY. Born in 1837. Harriet died
in Winfield, KS on 24 May 1903; she was 66.

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 102

43. Helen Goold FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 25 Jun 1829 in Carlton, Orleans
Co., NY. Helen Goold died on 13 Dec 1904; she was 75.

Her children were:  Homer L., Frank F., Clara G., and Mary Leland

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 102

Helen Goold married John D LELAND. John D died on 14 Jul 1910.

44. Harriet Newell FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 1 May 1832 in Carlton, Orleans
Co., NY. Harriet Newell died on 5 Apr 1869; she was 36. Buried in
Carlton Cem., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY.

She had a son, Newell F., born Apr 4, 1869, according to the Fuller book

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 102

On 21 Jan 1863 when Harriet Newell was 30, she married Charles G
BECKWITH. Born on 3 Jan 1821. Charles G died in Gaines, Orleans Co., NY
on 21 May 1899; he was 78. Buried in Carlton Cem., Carlton Twp., Orleans
Co., NY.

By Emily, he had:

George Kuck Beckwith (24 May 1847 - 4 Sep 1848, Carlton, NY)

Edwin Kuck Beckwith (12 Jan 1850 - 1 Sep 1914, Carlton, NY), buried
Carlton Cem., Carlton, Orleans Co., NY.  He was the husband of Julia M.
Derr (6 Oct 1856 -  30 Dec 1944, Allegany Co., NY)  They had a daughter,
Bertha (11 Aug 1883 - 28 Dec 1901), who is also buried in Carlton Cem.

Charles Elbert Beckwith (29 May 1852 - 23 Dec 1857)

Noyes Ely Beckwith (1854 - 20 Mar 1927, Albion, NY), husband of Alice R.
Clark (1 Oct 1857 - 5 Oct 1939, Albion, NY)

Willis Fred Beckwith (7 Apr 1859 - 24 Apr 1872)

Research: Carlton Cem., Waterport Rd., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY,
Transcribed 1993 & contributed Nov 1996 by Sharon Kerridge, Orleans Co.
Coordinator, NY GENWEB (sak@vivanet.com) [USGENWEB Archives Notice: 
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They had one child:
		i.	Newell Fuller (1869-1931)

45. James Cash FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 4 Jun 1835 in Carlton, Orleans Co.,
NY. James Cash died in Moline, IL on 6 Feb 1901; he was 65.

Children:  

371.  James H., who resided in Berkeley,  CA, about 1915

372.  Estelle, m. Sept. 4, 1911, James Lorton. Resided about 1915 at
Winfield, KS.  No children.

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 102

On 24 Aug 1871 when James Cash was 36, he married Nannie C HARRISON.

46. Lyman Gardner FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 9 Nov 1838 in Carlton, Orleans
Co., NY.

Resided about 1915 in San Francisco, CA

Child:

373.  Elma, married a Mr. Roberts.  Resided in Nicasio, Marin Co., CA,
about 1915

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 102, 114

Lyman Gardner married Adaline H BROWNING.

47. Merritt Bond FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 27 Feb 1841 in Carlton, Orleans
Co., NY.

Resided in 1915 at Niagara Falls, NY

Children:

374.  Amanda Marcella, b. Mar. 22, 1865; d. July 20, 1905; m. Feb. 7,
1887, harles D. Dodge, had:  Glenn Fuller, b. May 2, 1888; Ralph Wright,
b. Apr. 29, 1892; Lucille, b. Mar. 7, 1899, d. May 6, 1904

375.  Helen, b. Nov. 1, 1873; m. Jesse F. Orton, had:  Malcolm Fuller,
b. Aug. 6, 1896; Lawrence Mitchell, b. Aug. 12, 1899; Douglas Taylor, b.
June 2, 1906; Robert Merritt, and Phillip Holt, twins, Mar. 9, 1909;
Phillip H., d. Apr. 20, 1909

376.  Clarence Taylor, b. June 2, 1876; m. Dec. 12, 1914, Mrs. Maria
Woldby

377.  Merritt Goold, b. June 2, 1879; m. Bessie M. Cole

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 102, 114

On 8 Dec 1863 when Merritt Bond was 22, he married Lucy TAYLOR. Born on
11 Jun 1841 in Pendleton, NY.

48. Eugene Corydon FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 25 May 1844 in Carlton, Orleans
Co., NY. Eugene Corydon died on 14 Jun 1914; he was 70.

He served 3 yrs in the Civil War

Children:

378.  Anna Eugenia, b. Aug. 13, 1870, at Ft. Scott, KS; m. June 12,
1890, in  Joliet, IL, Conrad C. Lowall, had:  Eugene John, b. Sept. 28,
1905, at Anvora, IL

379.  Edgar Hayes, b. Oct. 31, 1872; m. Frances Reid

380.  Julius Quincy, b. Mar. 29, 1876; m. Bessie Ethel Souther.  Leigh
Wiley, b. Nov. 26, 1876, at Lockport, NY

381.  Robert Goold, b. Sept. 13, 1880; m. Grace Brown.  Eugene White, b.
ay 1, 188 at Joliet, IL

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 102, 114

On 23 May 1869 when Eugene Corydon was 24, he married Carolyn V WILEY.

In 1915, she lived in  Joliet, IL

49. Newton Artemas FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 22 Nov 1846 in Yates, Orleans
Co., NY.

In 1915 he lived at Dumont, Bergen Co., NJ

Children all born in Pendleton, Niagara Co., NY, except Mary E., born in
Lockport

382.  Alice, b. Feb. 6, 1871; m. Apr. 15, 1892, in Milwaukee, Charles
Cortland Hough

383.  Mary Eliza, b. Sept. 6, 1874; m. Jan. 23, 1893, Samuel Edward
DeCoster

384.  Bessie, b. Sept. 8, 1876; m. Sept. 7, 1896, George Barclay
Sterling

385.  Lyman Goodridge, b. Mar. 14, 1878; m. Anna Preddy

386.  Grace, b. May 26, 1881

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 102, 115

On 28 Mar 1870 when Newton Artemas was 23, he married Mercy Caroline
GOODRIDGE, in Lockport, NY.

50. Neal Octavus FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 31 Jul 1854.

In 1915 he lived at Lebanon, OR

Children:

387.  John Cash, b. Nov. 17, 1875, at Pendleton, Niagara Co., NY

388.  Carrie Estelle, b. Jan. 31, 1877, at Pendleton

389  Emma, b. Oct. 19, 1889, at Early, Sac Co., IA

Research: "Genealogy of Some Descendants of Thomas Fuller of Woburn,
MA," Compiled by William Hyslop Fuller of Palmer, Mass, 1919, Vol 4, pg
94 & 102, 115

Neal Octavus first married Emma DUNKLEBURG. Emma died on 15 Sep 1882.

Neal Octavus second married Alice KUCK.


Family of Lyman FULLER (7) & Roxana BARNUM


51. Phebe Ann FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 19 Oct 1827 in Carlton, Orleans Co,
NY. Phebe Ann died in Carlton, Orleans Co., NY on 13 Oct 1886; she was
58. Buried in Carlton Cem., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY.

Her name is spelled Pheobe on her gravestone, per Douglas Murphy

Research: 1855 New York State Census, Town of Carlton, Orleans Co., 2nd
El. District, 12 June 1855--household #71, framed dwelling, value $100,
household #71, Warren Root, 33, male, bp Orleans Co., married, 33 years
residence, farmer, native voter, owner of land; Phebe A. Root, 27,
female, wife, bp Orleans Co., married, 27 years residence; Mary I. Root,
6, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 6 years residence; Lyman V. Root, 3,
male, child, bp Orleans Co., 3 years residence [They lived next door to
Lyman and Roxanna Fuller, Phebe's parents]

Carlton Cem., Waterport Rd., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY, Transcribed
1993 & contributed Nov 1996 by Sharon Kerridge, Orleans Co. Coordinator,
NY GENWEB (sak@vivanet.com) [USGENWEB Archives Notice:  Material may be
freely used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains
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Per information received via the internet on12 Nov 1997 from Douglas J.
Murphy (douglasmurphy@lucent.com)

On 15 Apr 1847 when Phebe Ann was 19, she married Warren A ROOT. Born on
6 May 1822 in Carlton, Orleans Co., NY. Warren A died on 9 Apr 1899; he
was 76. Buried in Carlton Cem., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY.
Occupation: Farmer.

Son of Daniel Root and Annis Hastings, he was a brother of Abigail Root,
who married Nathan Fuller, son of Lyman Fuller and Roxana Barnum

He died either 11 Apr 1899 (town death record) or 9 Apr 1899
(gravestone) in Yates, Orleans Co., NY, per Douglas Murphy

Research: 1855 New York State Census, Town of Carlton, Orleans Co., 2nd
El. District, 12 June 1855--household #71, framed dwelling, value $100,
household #71, Warren Root, 33, male, bp Orleans Co., married, 33 years
residence, farmer, native voter, owner of land; Phebe A. Root, 27,
female, wife, bp Orleans Co., married, 27 years residence; Mary I. Root,
6, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 6 years residence; Lyman V. Root, 3,
male, child, bp Orleans Co., 3 years residence [They lived next door to
Lyman and Roxanna Fuller, Phebe's parents]

Carlton Cem., Waterport Rd., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY, Transcribed
1993 & contributed Nov 1996 by Sharon Kerridge, Orleans Co. Coordinator,
NY GENWEB (sak@vivanet.com) [USGENWEB Archives Notice:  Material may be
freely used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains
on all copied material.  These electronic pages cannot be reproduced in
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Per information received via the internet on12 Nov 1997 from Douglas J.
Murphy (douglasmurphy@lucent.com)

They had the following children:
		i.	Mary Inez (1848-)
		ii.	Lyman Victor (1852-)
		iii.	Warren Ernest (1857-1911)
		iv.	Nathan Wallace (1862-1943)
		v.	Alta Roxana (1864-)

52. Nathan R. FULLER, 1C5R. Born on 1 Jun 1835 in Carlton, Orleans Co.,
NY. Nathan R. died in Carlton, Orleans Co., NY on 8 Jun 1907; he was 72.
Buried in Carlton Cem., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY. Section 1, Row 5
(Waterport Rd., near Kuckville).

Farmed the original Reuben Fuller farm, was also the tax assessor for
the town of Carlton
-----------------------------
"Fuller, Nathan R., is a grandson of Reuben, who with his brother
Captain John Fuller, came from Bradford county, Pa., and settled in
Carlton in 1811, where they purchased from the Holand Land Company about
128 acres. The father of our subject was Lyman Fuller, born in
Sheshequin, Bradford county, Pa., August 16, 1808 and died on the farm
taken up by his father, March 22, 1866.  Lyman married Roxana Barnum,
who was born in Hartland, Niagara county, February 25, 1810 and died May
24, 1875.  They were married in Carlton in 1827, and theif family
consists of four children, viz.--Phoebe Ann, born in Carlton October 19,
1827, and was married to Warren Root, April 15, 1847, and had five
children, dying in August, 1886; Lyman Victor, Inez, Ernest, Alta R.,
Nathan Wallace and Charlotte and a twin sister born April 12, 1841, and
died in infancy.  Nathan R. Fuller attended the common schools of
Carlton till nineteen years of age, when he attended Yates Academy where
he finished his education.  He is a Republican and has represented his
town as assessor.  He is a member of the A.O.U.W. of Waterport Lodge
178, and has been a member of I.O.O.F. of Eagle Harbor.  Mr. Fuller was
married September 18, 1859, to Abbie Root, who was born in Orleans
county.  Her father, Daniel Root, was born March 23, 1797 in Otsego
county, and her mother, Annis Hastings, was a native of Canada.  Moses
Root, father of Daniel, was one of the first settlers of Carlton, and
landed at the mouth of Johnson's Creek in 1804.  Moses and his sons
Reuben and Daniel took part in the war of 1812.  The children of Nathan
and Abbie Fuller were Alta, born in Carlton, February 5, 1862, and died
March 24, 1862; Lottie D., born in Carlton, April 20, 1863, and married
Fred E. Willson, July 24, 1889, and tehy have one son, Glen F., born
October 20, 1891; Evart Lyman, born May 27, 1875, and died March 17,
1876; Newel C., born September 2, 1878; Willie F., born July 18, 1881,
of Rochester.  ["Landmarks of Orleans County, New York," pg 127]

Research: 1850 federal census, Carlton, Orleans Co, NY, pg 9,
#138/139--Lymon Fuller, 41, farmer, 3000, PA; Rosana, 39, NY, Nathan R.,
15, farmer, residing with head of household, Harmon Budolph, 28, farmer

1855 New York State Census, Town of Carlton, Orleans Co., 2nd El.
District, 12 June 1855--household #72, framed dwelling, value $500,
family #72, Lyman Fuller, 46, male, bp PA, married, 44 years residence,
farmer, native voter, owner of land; Rosanna Fuller, 45, female, white,
bp Niagara Co., married, 38 years residence; Nathan R. Fuller, 19, male,
child, bp Orleans Co., 19, farmer

1865 ORLEANS COUNTY,  NEW YORK STATE CENSUS, Town of Carlton - F [LAST
NAME FIRST NAME  AGE RELATIONSHIP, BORN, OCCUPATION & FILM  OR SEX 
COMMENTS  LOC. #]:  FULLER, Nathan R., 30, M, Orleans, Farmer,  62-D2;
Abby (Root), 25, Wife, Orleans; Charlotte, 2y, Daughter,  Orleans, D.,
2m;  CORNELL, Augustus, 14, M,  Orleans, Servant                     

Carlton Cem., Waterport Rd., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY, Transcribed
1993 & contributed Nov 1996 by Sharon Kerridge, Orleans Co. Coordinator,
NY GENWEB (sak@vivanet.com) [USGENWEB Archives Notice:  Material may be
freely used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains
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On 18 Sep 1859 when Nathan R. was 24, he married Abigail 'Abbie' ROOT,
in Carlton, Orleans Co., NY. Born on 14 Sep 1840 in Carlton, Orleans
Co., NY. Abigail 'Abbie' died in Carlton, Orleans Co., NY on 8 Jul 1913;
she was 72. Buried in Carlton Cem., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY.

She was a daughter of Annis Hastings and Daniel Root, son of Moses Root

Research: 1855 NY State Census, Town of Carlton, Orleans Co., NY, 12
June 1855, 2nd El. District--family #101, framed dwelling, value $600,
family #102--Daniel Root, 57, male, bp Orleans Co., married, 57 years
residence, farmer, native voter, owns land; Annis Root, 55, female,
wife, bp Orleans Co., married, 36 years residence; Delia, 21, female,
child, bp Orleans Co., 21 years residence; Wallace, 17, male, child, bp
Orleans Co., farmer; Abigail, 15, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 15
years residence [Note:  Abigail lived next door to Harmon Fuller in the
1855 census.  She later married Harmon's nephew, Nathan, the son of
Harmon's brother Lyman]

According to Glen P. Wilson, the 1910 federal census places Abbie (70)
in Carlton Township as a widow without occupation. The 1913 area map
shows the Abbie J. Fuller house on Orchard River Road in Carlton. The
same year a deed from “Abbie” granted to her Fred and Lottie (Fuller)
Wilson, Lots 1 & 3 (77.25 acres), along Lakeside Road and the corner of
State Route 279 (Fuller Road portion). On a 1900 map these parcels were
shown with the name N(athan) Fuller alongside the maps designation for a
farmhouse. Later it was known as the “Wilson Farm” by Fred and Lottie,
and their descendants.

Carlton Cem., Waterport Rd., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co., NY, Transcribed
1993 & contributed Nov 1996 by Sharon Kerridge, Orleans Co. Coordinator,
NY GENWEB (sak@vivanet.com) [USGENWEB Archives Notice:  Material may be
freely used by non-commercial entities, as long as this message remains
on all copied material.  These electronic pages cannot be reproduced in
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They had the following children:
		i.	Alta R (1862-1862)
		ii.	Charlotte D "Lottie" (1863-1934)
		iii.	Evart Lyman (1875-1876)
		iv.	William F (1881-1904)


Family of Reuben W. FULLER (9) & Jennette PITCHER


53. George W FULLER, 1C5R. Born in 1835 in Orleans Co., NY. George W
died on 22 Mar 1865; he was 30. Buried in Waterport Cem., Carlton Twp.,
Orleans Co., NY. Occupation: Farmer.

Member of 17th NY Battilion

Research: 1855 census, Town of Carlton, Orleans Co., NY--FULLER, REUBEN,
40, M, ORLEANS, INNKEEPER, 169-D2; JEANETTE E., 40, F, WIFE, CONN;
GEORGE W., 20, M, CHILD, ORLEANS; MINERVA E., 19, F, CHILD, ORLEANS,
MARVIN T., 16, M, CHILD, ORLEANS; MARY J., 13, F, CHILD, ORLEANS;
WHEELER, JOHN, 32, M, BOARDER,---, TANNER; BIRCH, LEWIS, 20, M, BOARDER,
----, TANNER; WILCOX, BENJAMIN, 59, M, BOARDER, CONN, TAILOR; REMER,
ALEXANDER, 19, M, BOARDER, GENESEE, MILLER

1855 NY State Census, Orleans Co., Carlton, 12 June 1855--household
#167, framed dwelling, value $1500, family #169, Reuben W. Fuller, 40,
male, bp Orleans Co., married, 2 years residence in town or county, inn
keeper, naturalized voter, owns land; Jennet E. Fuller, 40, female,
wife, bp CT; George W, 20, male, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence, farmer; Minerva E, 19, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence; Marvin T, 16, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence, farmer; Mary J. Fuller, 13, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2
years residence; also 4 unrelated boarders

The 1870 census for Barry County, Michigan, in Rutland Twp., lists a
George Fuller, which may or may not be him:  pg 259, 131/127--Fuller,
George, 36, m, w, farm laborer, 700/200, OH; Adaline, 31, f, w, keeping
house, VT; Miranda, 11, f, w, MI, att. school; Cora, 8, f, w, MI, att.
school; Hattie, 5, f, w, MI

Waterport Cem., Eagle Harbor, Waterport Rd., Carlton Twp., Orleans Co.,
NY, Transcribed 1993 & contributed Nov 1996 by Sharon Kerridge, Orleans
Co. Coordinator, NY GENWEB (sak@vivanet.com) [USGENWEB Archives Notice: 
Material may be freely used by non-commercial entities, as long as this
message remains on all copied material.  These electronic pages cannot
be reproduced in any format for profit or other presentation.]

54. Minerva E FULLER, 1C5R. Born ca 1836 in Orleans Co., NY.

Research: 1855 census, Town of Carlton, Orleans Co., NY--FULLER, REUBEN,
40, M, ORLEANS, INNKEEPER, 169-D2; JEANETTE E., 40, F, WIFE, CONN;
GEORGE W., 20, M, CHILD, ORLEANS; MINERVA E., 19, F, CHILD, ORLEANS,
MARVIN T., 16, M, CHILD, ORLEANS; MARY J., 13, F, CHILD, ORLEANS;
WHEELER, JOHN, 32, M, BOARDER,---, TANNER; BIRCH, LEWIS, 20, M, BOARDER,
----, TANNER; WILCOX, BENJAMIN, 59, M, BOARDER, CONN, TAILOR; REMER,
ALEXANDER, 19, M, BOARDER, GENESEE, MILLER

1855 NY State Census, Orleans Co., Carlton, 12 June 1855--household
#167, framed dwelling, value $1500, family #169, Reuben W. Fuller, 40,
male, bp Orleans Co., married, 2 years residence in town or county, inn
keeper, naturalized voter, owns land; Jennet E. Fuller, 40, female,
wife, bp CT; George W, 20, male, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence, farmer; Minerva E, 19, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence; Marvin T, 16, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence, farmer; Mary J. Fuller, 13, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2
years residence; also 4 unrelated boarders

55. Marvin T FULLER, 1C5R. Born ca 1839 in Orleans Co., NY. Occupation:
Farmer.

Research: 1855 census, Town of Carlton, Orleans Co., NY--FULLER, REUBEN,
40, M, ORLEANS, INNKEEPER, 169-D2; JEANETTE E., 40, F, WIFE, CONN;
GEORGE W., 20, M, CHILD, ORLEANS; MINERVA E., 19, F, CHILD, ORLEANS,
MARVIN T., 16, M, CHILD, ORLEANS; MARY J., 13, F, CHILD, ORLEANS;
WHEELER, JOHN, 32, M, BOARDER,---, TANNER; BIRCH, LEWIS, 20, M, BOARDER,
----, TANNER; WILCOX, BENJAMIN, 59, M, BOARDER, CONN, TAILOR; REMER,
ALEXANDER, 19, M, BOARDER, GENESEE, MILLER

1855 NY State Census, Orleans Co., Carlton, 12 June 1855--household
#167, framed dwelling, value $1500, family #169, Reuben W. Fuller, 40,
male, bp Orleans Co., married, 2 years residence in town or county, inn
keeper, naturalized voter, owns land; Jennet E. Fuller, 40, female,
wife, bp CT; George W, 20, male, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence, farmer; Minerva E, 19, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence; Marvin T, 16, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence, farmer; Mary J. Fuller, 13, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2
years residence; also 4 unrelated boarders

56. Mary J FULLER, 1C5R. Born ca 1842 in Orleans Co., NY.

Research: 1855 census, Town of Carlton, Orleans Co., NY--FULLER, REUBEN,
40, M, ORLEANS, INNKEEPER, 169-D2; JEANETTE E., 40, F, WIFE, CONN;
GEORGE W., 20, M, CHILD, ORLEANS; MINERVA E., 19, F, CHILD, ORLEANS,
MARVIN T., 16, M, CHILD, ORLEANS; MARY J., 13, F, CHILD, ORLEANS;
WHEELER, JOHN, 32, M, BOARDER,---, TANNER; BIRCH, LEWIS, 20, M, BOARDER,
----, TANNER; WILCOX, BENJAMIN, 59, M, BOARDER, CONN, TAILOR; REMER,
ALEXANDER, 19, M, BOARDER, GENESEE, MILLER

1855 NY State Census, Orleans Co., Carlton, 12 June 1855--household
#167, framed dwelling, value $1500, family #169, Reuben W. Fuller, 40,
male, bp Orleans Co., married, 2 years residence in town or county, inn
keeper, naturalized voter, owns land; Jennet E. Fuller, 40, female,
wife, bp CT; George W, 20, male, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence, farmer; Minerva E, 19, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence; Marvin T, 16, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2 years
residence, farmer; Mary J. Fuller, 13, female, child, bp Orleans Co., 2
years residence; also 4 unrelated boarders


Index 

? 
	Martha A.	spouse of 35
AUSTIN 
	UNNAMED	spouse of 18
BAKER 
	Jennie	spouse of 24
BARNUM 
	Addie Melinda	child of 31
	Elma A	child of 31
	Elnora Deborah	spouse of 38
	Eva A.	child of 31
	Flora E.	child of 31
	Horace Fuller	child of 31
	Mary L.	child of 31
	Polly	spouse of 4
	Roxana	spouse of 7
	Sarah L.	spouse of 30
	Truman Perry	spouse of 31
BECKWITH 
	Charles G	spouse of 44
	Charles G	spouse of 12
	Edwin Kuck	child of 12
	Newell Fuller	child of 44
BENTLEY 
	Alonzo	spouse of 11
BIRDSEY 
	Harriet	spouse of 42
BLAINE 
	William	spouse of 21
BROWN 
	William	spouse of 10
BROWNING 
	Adaline H	spouse of 46
CADY 
	Sophia	spouse of 15
CASH 
	Mary Polly	spouse of 1
COFFIN 
	Rosamund	spouse of 17
DODD 
	Julia Adella	spouse of 20
DUNKLEBURG 
	Emma	spouse of 50
ELMER 
	Julia	spouse of 42
FULLER 
	Achsah Adell	23
	Adaline Laverne	child of 38
	Alta	child of 38
	Alta R	child of 52
	Alvah A.	child of 33
	Alvah E.	32
	Amanda	27
	Beulah	18
	Carlos Reader	20
	Cash DeWitt	24
	Cassius M	25
	Celia	33
	Charles H	child of 29
	Charles Sumner	child of 15
	Charlotte D "Lottie"	child of 52
	Edwin R.	37
	Elbert M	child of 29
	Electa	2
	Electa	14
	Elmira	28
	Emma Estelle	child of 15
	Erasmus Quincy	17
	Eri Cady	child of 15
	Erlo H	child of 38
	Eugene Corydon	48
	Evart Lyman	child of 52
	Flora	34
	Francis	26
	Francis Elmer	child of 15
	Frederick Cash	child of 15
	George Ray	child of 33
	George W	53
	Gertrude A.	child of 33
	Guy Paine	15
	Hannah Ann	10
	Harmon	4
	Harmon 'Harrison' Barnum	35
	Harriet Newell	44
	Hattie D.	child of 33
	Helen Goold	43
	Hiram Payne	3
	Homer Goold	42
	Horace C	29
	Ida A.	39
	Inez	child of 38
	Innocent	22
	James Cash	45
	James Irving	child of 15
	John Cash	5
	Josephus	38
	Julia Ann	31
	Lester S.	child of 33
	Louisa	16
	Lyman	7
	Lyman Cash	30
	Lyman Gardner	46
	Marvin Edward	child of 15
	Marvin T	55
	Mary E.	11
	Mary J	56
	Merritt Bond	47
	Merta 'Myrtie' B.	child of 36
	Minerva E	54
	Minerva Hopkins	6
	Morris Fitch	19
	Myron	child of 33
	Nathan R.	52
	Neal Octavus	50
	Newton Artemas	49
	Phebe Ann	8
	Phebe Ann	51
	Phebe Ethalinda	41
	Philo	36
	Ralph A	child of 36
	Reuben	1
	Reuben Elmer	spouse of 33
	Reuben W.	9
	Roy Chester	child of 36
	Sarah Elizabeth	21
	Sarah Ione	child of 15
	Simon Kinney	40
	Vernon E.	child of 33
	Vida	child of 38
	Wilbur H	child of 36
	Wilbur Philo	child of 35
	William F	child of 52
	William Ward	spouse of 16
GOODRIDGE 
	Mercy Caroline	spouse of 49
GOOLD 
	Elihu Marvin	spouse of 6
	Eliza	spouse of 5
	Sarah	spouse of 3
	William	spouse of 16
GREELEY 
	Frances A	spouse of 13
HARRISON 
	Nannie C	spouse of 45
KUCK 
	Alice	spouse of 50
	Elbert E	13
	Emily Minerva	12
	(Rev) George	spouse of 2
LELAND 
	John D	spouse of 43
LUM 
	Chauncey H	spouse of 41
MORGAN 
	Elsie	spouse of 36
MORRIS 
	James	spouse of 16
PAGE 
	lverson W	spouse of 23
	Mary Louisa	spouse of 19
PITCHER 
	Jennette	spouse of 9
ROOT 
	Abigail 'Abbie'	spouse of 52
	Alta Roxana	child of 51
	Lyman Victor	child of 51
	Mary Inez	child of 51
	Nathan Wallace	child of 51
	Warren A	spouse of 51
	Warren Ernest	child of 51
SCOTT 
	Elizabeth	spouse of 29
SHERMAN 
	Mary	spouse of 29
SWARTOUT 
	UNNAMED	spouse of 14
	Mary Ann	spouse of 40
TAYLOR 
	Lucy	spouse of 47
TWIGGS 
	William	spouse of 22
WARNER 
	Alexander A	child of 28
	Ethline J	child of 28
	Jasper	spouse of 28
	Lester J	child of 28
	Liberty Cash	child of 28
	Ozro F	child of 28
WILEY 
	Carolyn V	spouse of 48
WILSON 
	Mary E	spouse of 36


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