FULLER ANNEX

 

Nirum/Nyrum Ackley Fuller Pedigree

(Start at generation 1, below.)

 

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Origin of the surname “Fuller:”

 

 

Generation

 

6   (?) Fuller:

 

1.  Biographical notes:

 

Born 30 March 1792.  Served in the War of 1812.  Died January 1882.

 

2.  Wife:

 

3.  Children: (order uncertain)

 

a.  (?) Fuller: See generation 5, below.

 

b.  Son: Married (?) and had the following son:

 

(1. David Fuller.

 

5   (?) Fuller

 

1.  Biographical notes:

 

Born 30 March 1792.  Served in the War of 1812.  Died January 1882.

 

2.  Wife:

 

3.  Children: (order uncertain)

 

a.  Josiah Fuller: See generation 4, below.

 

b.  Stephen Fuller.

 

4   Josiah Fuller

 

1.  Biographical notes:

 

2.  Wife: Lydia Heath

 

3.  Children:

 

a.  Philomela Fuller: Born 11 September 1782.  Married John Smith.

 

b.  Beula Fuller: Born 7 March 1784.  Married Elisha Barber.

 

c.  Sylvanus Fuller: Born 22 September 1785.

 

d.  Sarah Fuller: Born 17 February 1788.  Married (?) Hall.

 

e.  Lydia Fuller: Born 4 May 1790.  Married (?) Dyke.

 

f.  Jonas Fuller: See generation 3, below.

 

g.  Phoebe Fuller: Born 20 April 1796.  Married Fred Ambler.

 

h.  Azaria Fuller: Born 30 August 1798.

 

i.  Milton Ami Fuller: Born 13 May 1800.  Married (?) Media.

 

j.  Sage Fuller: Born 13 December 1805.  Married Justin Willoby

 

3   Jonas Fuller

 

1.  Biographical notes:

 

Born 30 March 1792 at Monkton, Addison County, Vermont.  Served in the War of 1812.  Died January 1882.

 

2.  Wife #1: Mary Wells

 

3.  Children: (order uncertain)

 

a.  Almon/Almond Fuller: See generation 2, below.

 

b.  Lydia Fuller: Married Luther Jagger.

 

c.  Ransom Fuller: Born 1819.  Married Abbie Mills and had 5 children.

 

d.  Cyrus Fuller.

 

e.  Mary Fuller: Married Solomon Moorerr.

 

e.  Harriet Fuller: Married A. B. Crawford, son of John Addison Biles’ Aunt Katie.

 

f.  Charles Fuller.

 

g.  Josiah Oscar Fuller: Died at Laceyville on 20 July 1925, age 83. 

 

h.  Clara Fuller: Married L.D. Biles.

 

i.  Five others who died of a terrible sickness within 3 weeks of birth.  All interred at Elk Lake, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania.

 

4.  Wife #2: Clara Maine

 

2   Almon/Almond Fuller

 

1.  Biographical notes:

 

Born 10 November 1816 in Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania.  Died 21 May 1881 at Camptown, Bradford County, Pennsylvania.

 

2.  Wife: Adelia Camp

 

Born 25 October 1821 in Bradford County, Pennsylvania.  Died 31 March 1905, age 84, at home of her daughter, Mary (Fuller) Jones, at Camptown, Bradford  County.  Married Almon Fuller on 23 September 1839 in Bradford County with Reverend George Prenty officiating.

 

3.  Children: (order uncertain)

 

a. Emaline/Emeline “Lina” Fuller: (photos) Born 23 February 1846.  Married Luman “Loom” Lewis on 27 October 1868 and resided at Nichols, New York.

 

b. Lois Fuller: Born 4 October 1848.  Married Elwood Vaughn and resided at Barnes.

 

c. Mary Fuller: (photos) Born 17 November 1842.  Married (1st) Lewis Weels on 27 October 1863.  Married (2nd) Frank Jones and resided at Camptown.

 

d. Lettie Fuller: Born 5 April 1857.  Married, as his 1st wife, Prescott A. Smith on 16 May 1883 and had the following son:

 

(1. Robert Smith: (more info)

 

Born at Camptown, Bradford County, Pennsylvania and resided there his entire life.  Died Monday, 17 March 1975 (age 82) at Memorial Hospital, Towanda, “after a lingering illness;” interred Camptown Cemetery, Bradford County.

 

Graduated from Camptown High School and took a horticultural curriculum at Penn State University.  Served in the US Army (infantry) during World War I.  Following that served as a field man for the American Agricultural Chemical Company until 1932, where he was associated with the Federal Land Bank for seven years.  Robert was also a field man for the Penn-Walt Company of Camden, New Jersey, retiring in 1957, and was a Director of the People’s State Bank in Wyalusing until 1954.

 

Robert was also a member of several fraternal and civic organizations in and about Camptown.  He married Bess Barnes and had the following daughter:

 

(a. Roberta Smith: Resided at Binghamton, New York.

 

(2. Guy Smith: Resided at West Chester, Pennsylvania.

 

(3. Ada Smith: Married (?) Keylor.

 

(4. Leon Smith.

 

(5. Wilton Smith.

 

e. Lillian “Lillie” Fuller: Born 7 June 1863.  Married (1st) John Nesbit on 16 August 1882.  Married (2nd) Prescott A. Smith, the husband of her older sister, Lettie.

 

f. Guy Hartley Fuller: Born 5 October 1852.  Married Martha Carr on 19 February 1873.

 

g. Israel Fuller: Born 27 July 1850.  Married Melissa Wells of Wyalusing, Bradford County, Pennsylvania.

 

h. Edgar “Tink” Fuller: Born 3 January 1845.  Died 1927.  Married Amanda Camp.(b. 1849, d. 1930) on 27 October 1863 at Seattle, Washington.

 

i. Nirum/Nyrum Ackley Fuller:  See generation 1, below.

 

j. Judson Fuller: Born 4 November 1854..

 

1   Nirum/Nyrum Ni Ackley Fuller:

 

Born 18 June 1840.  Died 22 June 1891, age 51.  Married Adelia M. Biles, the first child of Charles Biles, who was the sixth child of Alexander Patterson Biles, who is generation 7 of the Ancestors of John Addison Biles on 19 October 1865.

 

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Of interest: Brothers Stilman and Asa Fuller also lived at Laceyville, Pennsylvania.  Stilman married Lydia Smith and had the following son: Francis Fuller.  Lydia (Smith) Fuller married (2nd) Bela Cogswell, a Baptist Minister.  Asa Fuller married Lydia’s sister, Clara Smith, and resided at Franklin Forks, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania.

 

 

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