Fremont, for whom he cast his first vote, although a little under age, and has voted for every Republican candidate since. The 1880 Census [page 28, enumerated June 17th 1880] reports a 21-yr-old Edward at Union Twp., Lawrence Co., PA, working for a railroad. Always active in the interest and progress of New Castle, he has been engaged in mercantile business some, and has been identified in municipal affairs to a considerable extent, having held many offices of the town and city, being overseer of the poor ten years and a school director for a lesser period. Their children were: Isabella; Harry; Rose; William; David; J. Olive remarried and divorced, and applied to the Federal government for a widow's pension for herself and her children, based on David's Army service. He enlisted on and served as a corporal in Company D of the 53rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, which according to their rolls was recruited in Center and Clearfield counties. Fulkerson 79, died of a heart attack on January 19, 1944 at her home in Smithmills. Fulkerson, the third daughter of Henry and Catherine (Shoemaker) Alleman, was born in Allemans, Pa, on September 13, 1862.
My Grand parents were French Protestant (Huguenots), who fled from Daupine, France, with their children, leaving all their possessions behind. He died in Dahinda, IL, where his obituary stated "They went to housekeeping on the old Cadwell place near Williamsfield, Illinois. Alma Woolsey, all of Dahinda, seventeen grandchildren; three step grandchildren; nineteen great grandchildren, three sisters, Mrs. His parents, two brothers and three sisters preceded him in death." Jacob was formerly an unattached Fulkerson. The only buildings at Lake City when they arrived were the Old wooden Court House and a residence occupied by Charles Amy and his two sons. Wheat brought only twenty five cents a bushel and flour cost ten dollars for one hundred pounds, Des Moine was the nearest market, Cyrus had to drive his oxen to gain the markets and to get his mail. The old log cabin was moved out onto the prairie and became part of a residence, Indians were also part of the area and stopped and times speaking of how primitive the area at that time. New information from the 1850 Census (courtesy of Carol Townsend) shows he was then about 49 years old, a farmer with land valued at ,000. (Taken from the Blossburg Register)" Charles and Sarah were buried at the Salem Lutheran Cemetery, Liberty Twp., Tioga Co., PA. She may have lived in Washington Co., OH during her early years. The first of these, Pleasants County, is directly across the Ohio River from Washington Co., OH. She died of Bright's Disease ["a class of diseases of the kidneys (acute and chronic nephritis) which have as their most prominent symptom the presence of albumen in the urine, and frequently also the coexistence of dropsy."] in the Franklin District, Marshall Co., WV on [WV death certificate]. One CLEWELL family history site presents an autobiography of her grandfather Frantz CLEWELL (1719-1797), in which he wrote he was born "in Auerback, Baden-Durlach. Agnes Carpenter of Ulysses, Kansas, besides a host of relatives and friends. They are indeed honored pioneers of the county, having witnessed almost all of it's entire development. Hoffman, daughter of brother Robert Fulkerson, 0; Cyrus Fulkerson, son of brother Robert Fulkerson, 0; William Lantz, 0; John Lantz, 0; Robert Lantz, 0; David Lomison, 0; the remainder to be divided amongst brothers John and Robert and the heirs of his deceased brother Jeremiah. The Wellsboro Gazette of Tioga County reported on : "Died A man named Charles Fulkerson was found dead at Nauvoo, in this County, on the 16th instant. Their children were Claude (15), Carl (10), and Helen (1). On Census listings she stated her father's birth place was NY or NJ and that her mother's was PA. George and Luticia lived in Pleasants, Tyler and Wetzel counties, WV. FULKERSON as a widow living in New Castle Ward 7, Lawrence Co., PA. He remained with this company after disposing of his interests and has charge of their coal and ice trade, his long experience making him particularly valuable to this corporation. Being located on the borough line, he has cut up a part of the farm into city lots, laying out the following streets: Oat, Fern, Ann, and Spring. The Lawrence County history briefly tells us he "inherited a part of the large tract his father bought, and followed farming in New Castle all his life, dying at the age of seventy-five years. (A 1797 church record listed him and a "Pruner" Fulkerson! He died and/or was buried at Warrior Run Church Cemetery, Northumberland, PA [Lot #U-2L] on . He and his wife Susan had children as follows: Wilhelmina, now deceased, who was the wife of John Henderson; Margaret, who is the widow of Edward Fulkerson, who was killed in the Civil war; Elizabeth, who married Boaz Alexander; Sarah, who became the wife of Capt. The 18 Census found them in Lawrence Co., PA, with two children: Robert R. This would coincide with his omission in his father's will, and also with the 1900 Census which listed Adeline R. He operated an engine for the Etna Furnace Company for a year, and then bought a tobacco business, which he conducted for twelve years. Fulkerson embarked in a coal business, and continued in the same until 1903, when the Lawrence Ice Company bought him out. He was listed on the 1880 Census in New Castle, Lawrence Co., PA with a wife named Diana, born ca. dutiful son cared for his parents in their last days; in due time as a recompense for his services he was given the homestead and part of the land, on which he built a house, in 1861, where he now resides. James FULKERSON...appears to be the James found in Bellevue, Jackson Co., Iowa at the time of the 1880 Census, age 50 with a wife Priscilla, age 46, b. They had two children, Louis (11) and Mattie (2), both born in Iowa. at Fredricksburg, Frederick Co., VA, moved to PA, m. at New Castle, Lawrence Co., PA (listed in the 1850 Census in that county). He was listed among the members of the Warrior Run Presbyterian Church when it was founded in 1789. (The latter surname had been associated with the Fulkerson clan for more than 150 years by 1857.) Edmund FULKERSON....- June 1862. Swoope, Jr., (Chicago: Richmond-Arnold Publishing Company, 1911), we learn a little about her own family: Simon Stanley was a forgeman by trade and worked as such during his earlier years, but later engaged in farming, and after moving to Gulich township, Clearfield county, carried on agricultural operations during the rest of his active life. He was "living in Blossburg, Pa., when the war broke out and enlisted from there Feb., 1864, at the age of 37 years as a private in Co. Enoch Fulkerson, in Blossburg, on Tuesday of last week, after a short illness." She was buried at the Blossburg Cemetery. His sketch in the above-cited Lawrence County history described him as "a member of the firm of Wick & Fulkerson, proprietors of the leading restaurant of New Castle, located at No. Wick, he bought the Maitland restaurant, and refitted it throughout and put in a fine range; the restaurant occupies two floors. Page 280 of "A Century and a Half of Pittsburg and her People," (Vol. It went on to say that William settled in Pittsburg in 1854 and for many years was engaged in the steamboat business, running boats from Pittsburg to Cairo. The children listed were "Ellen, Addilade, Rebeca, Eward, Carman." The 1880 Census listed him as "John W. He was at the same address with a wife Stella in 1942 when he registered for the WWII draft, and was working at the Shenango Pottery Co. Northfield, Massachusetts before she went on to college. Part of what is known about this PA branch is based on her genealogical correspondence in 1959-60. DUFF Was born July 21, 1832, near Hillsville, this county. W.", living with Nancy and 5-yr-old Oli, and with his 75-year-old mother Lydia. His real estate was valued at 00 and his personal property at 00. Jacob's occupation was listed as "Clerk." Later information indicates he was associated with the Moravian order. He was listed as a merchant, with 44-yr-old Phebe LONGWORTH his household servant. There is an unverified report that William died on 26 January 1903 at Okmulgee, OK. She died in childbirth a year later and was buried in Cadwell Cemetery, Williamsfield, IL. By the 1900 Census George and family were living in Pomona Twp. The 1910 Census found him at Ottawa Twp., living with his wife, their two youngest children and his 84-year-old mother. Other researchers believe that Luticia and Isaac had a sister Mary Ann FULKERSON who married a Thomas HALL....the 1850 Census, b. 1828, living in a boarding house in Beccaria, Clearfield, PA.
MURTO, well-known and successful dentist of Pittsburg, Allegheny Co, PA. MURTO died in 1900, and Margaret FULKERSON in 1872. The 1850 Census found them on , living at New Castle, Lawrence Co., PA with 3-yr-old Ellen. They appeared on the 1860 Census in Lawrence County, Pollock Twp, New Castle Post Office (Line 21-28, 421 383), with Susanna Elizabeth listed as "Eliza." His occupation was listed as Recorder. He registered for the draft in WWI, listing his address as 121 Smithfield St in New Castle, with an occupation of railroad fireman. The Evening Democrat newspaper of Warren, PA reported on : "The big furniture, livery and undertaking establishment of C. The loss on the two places is about ,000; partially covered by insurance." William Leeper FULKERSON....-, b. an Ira STANKEY who was a singer for evangelist Dwight L. Perhaps through this connection, she attended the Northfield Seminary (Moody School for Girls) in E. STURGEON (1879-1948), lived at Pittsburgh and Grove City, PA. (The surname was probably pronounced the same after being translated to the the German spelling of CLEWELL.) Philip and Christina were buried at the Nazareth Moravian Cemetery, Schoeneck, PA. Also in their home are several unrelated children: Virginia GRANT, age 15, who may have been the orphan of Robertson W. 1839) and Sarah Turner GRANT of nearby Surry Co., NC.; Rebecca MARSHALL, age 18; and Julia JENKINS, age 7. BRIETZ, was subsequently sold by Albert BRIETZ (executor) to a Mr. The 1880 census found Jacob and Sarah still at Salem. The obituary of son Jacob stated they had nine children, and at least three sons. By 1910 Sarah was found in the home of her daughter, Chloe (Collins) PARKINSON at Okmulgee City, OK. Illinois records show he married a Saphronia SEWARD in Knox Co., IL in 1876. Sister Julia lived in the household - along with an unnamed 1-yr-old Fulkerson (Mary) whose relationship was listed as "Other" and whose parents were born in Pennsylvania. There remains to mourn his going, his afflicted wife, five daughters, Mrs. The 1850 Census showed a 22-yr-old Isaac with a 19-yr-old wife Mary and a 6-yr-old Letitia.He became a section foreman, which position he held for many years. During this time he was much pleased with the success of the township high school and stood unflinchingly for its welfare. Williams is a representative citizen of Ebensburg, where he is supervising principal of schools. Strunk, who was born at Homet's Ferry, Bradford County, PA"Edra FULKERSON....-, apparently born about four months after her father's fatal war injury. Wife Sarah died soon after the loss of their son James, on . Docket Book as the administrator of his wife's estate, her will being probated on . Mary Etta WILCOX [reportedly on at Liberty Twp., Tioga Co.]. A furlough certificate issued by Lincoln army hospital in Feb 1865 stated he was permitted to go home to Liberty for a period of 10 days. Always industrious and faithful to his trust, he was at one time awarded a prize for having the best section of track on the P. He was one of the promoters of the Reade Telephone Company and served as one of the first directors. 5, 1921, and is buried at Utahville, Pa.; Lucy May, married William Beck, lives at Tyrone, Pa.; Margaret Bess, married R. Hunter, lives at Irvona, Pa.; Edwin Blaine, lives at Utahville, Pa.; and J. He was born in Beccaria Township, Clearfield County, Pa., Aug. She was found on the Census living with her mother and brother from 1880 to 1920. On the 1870 Census for Norton, Muskegon Co., Michigan, he and son Ezra lived very near one another and both were working on the railroad, as were most of their neighbors. It described him as 24 yrs old, 5'10", light complexion, grey eyes and brown hair. Then again, that biography erroneously reported John was of "German descent," which tends to substantiate the caution that these old 'sketches' -- while an invaluable resource -- are oral histories and are known to include many mistakes. Reaching manhood he took up farming and worked on many timber tracts as a means of livelihood. Later he had charge of a repair crew that traveled over the railroad from Bellwood to Punxsutawney. Services will be held tomorrow at 2 pm from the Hunter Lloyd Funeral Home at Irvona with the Rev. Interment will be in the Cambria Mills Cemetery at Glasgow, Cambria County."William FULKERSON... in PA. They appeared on the 1840 Census living at Liberty Twp, with a son under 5 and Sarah reported 20-30 years old. Information in them should always be confirmed by checking primary sources (wills, deeds, censuses, etc.). Leaving this work, he was employed as a section hand on the Bells Gap Railroad. He retired from active service with the railroad and divided his attention between the farm and his store at Utahville. Williams took an interest in education at all times and served as a school director for many years in Beccaria Township. Per Civil War pension files, he married to Sarah MOORE (b. The 1860 Census showed William again at Liberty, with Sarah - age 46 - and five children. "B", 8th Regiment, Pennsylvania Cavalry near Peterburg, VA, James began to receive frequent medical care for "chronic diarrhea." Such was commonplace among soldiers in the Civil War, with illness killing far more of them than bullets. They were also first cousins, born three years apart, the sons of brothers Jacob FOLCKERTSEN and Johannis FULKERSON. (now New Castle) in Mercer Co., PA, buying land there on on Apr 5, 1808. She was survived by her husband and four sons: Anson (1887), Walter (1889, Nagasaki), Raymond (1892, Nagasaki) and Earl (1899, Nagasaki). Enlisted at Plover March 5 by G A Speer or Spencer, for 1 year. One census listed Margaret's birthdate as , although her headstone indicates she was born in 1833. By the 1880 Census, his wife was listed as Annie M., age 45, both parents from PA.