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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.

Fulkerson, at New Castle, were destroyed by fire last Saturday night. There's also a reasonable doubt about the ROBENS research: she may have been Sarah, a younger sister of Laura, because Laura was reported with three facts: birth in 1814, marriage to William FULKERSON, and death in 1861 or 1867.]Lucille VAN GORDER....-after 1959, b. Her great-great aunt, Mary LEEPER, sister of Delilah, m. His obituary, preserved in the archives of Schoenech Moravian Church, said he was the oldest of 2 children of Francois and Louisa Frache (1695-1767) CLAVELL. Forsyth Co., NC, 1822) in 1845 in Forsyth Co., NC, per a LEINBACH family site. FULKERSON, age 30, born in PA and his wife Sarah, age 25, born in NC, living in Salem Township. (1st) German immigrant (per 1880 Census) Margaret HERBERLING, lived in Wayne Co., PA, moved to Franklin Co., Kansas by 1868. By the 1880 Census he was living at Appanoose in Franklin Co., a divorced farmer living with a widowed younger "sister" Catharine COLLINS, b. He and Sarah were divorced in Case #5540, on in Franklin Co., KS. FULKERSON widowed, living in a home in Ohawa, Franklin Co., KS, working as a servant. The last thirty years were spent in and around Dahinda, where in 1930 they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary.... Fulkerson was a man of sterling worth, always ready to lend a helping hand to one in need and scattering sunshine as he went..... It appears that the latter were his niece and nephew, children of his brother Robert. She feels this Isaac was possibly Luticia's older brother.

He and Catherine are buried at the Old Stone Church Cemetery, Green Springs, Frederick Co., VA, where his broken old headstone states he lived to 87 years and 25 days. He was a prominent man among the town's citizens, and active in matters of public interest, but never held an office. In the battle of life he ever looked on the bright side, was of a cheery disposition and never down-hearted; in his immediate surroundings he was a kind and loving husband and father. John's will, made on , mentions "the children of my daughter Delilah FULKERSON." The 1850 Census showed him without a wife, living in North Beaver, Lawrence Co., PA, with his children William (age 20), Alkon (age 18), Ellen (age 15), Nancy (age 13), Robert (age 9), Alexander (age 7), and Irene (age 2, born PA). The three generations of women here are Genevieve BUSH, Alkey (Ollie) Kerr BUSH, and Alkey Cox KERR, the 75-year-old daughter of Margaret Ann FULKERSON. Also listed on a roster for "Signal Corps, US Volunteers." By the 1880 Census he was widowed, age 36, working as a blacksmith. Two other researchers state this is the Sarah FULKERSON who married Jacob MANEVAL about 1840 or 1850. He appeared on the 1820 census at Springfield, (then Portage Co.?? He was reported on the 1850 census for Summit Co., OH. The 1860 Census found him at Springfield Township, Summit Co., OH [page 136] with wife Lydia and children Columbus and Lucy. There was also a 13 year old Emily FOWLER living with them. They were again found at Springfield on the 1880 Census. Two newspaper articles tell us the rest of the story.

The Lawrence County history cited above described him thus: For his own farm he bought a tract of 200 acres, adjoining his father's property, .... Their patronage is very select, and they take pride in keeping up their reputation by catering in the most satisfactory manner to the wants of the inner man. Delilah, who bore most of his children, was the dau. He was a clerk in a "Registers Office," possibly a county office. His father was born on Turtle creek, Allegheny county, and was a soldier of the war of 1812. DUFF has lived on a farm all his life, but still manages to attend to his store business. LESLIE, when he worked at farming and thrashing until 1879, when he opened his present store, and has continued in business successfully ever since. FULKERSON, daughter of Richard FULKERSON, deceased, of New Castle, July 3, 1851, and has eight children living and one dead... Her great grandfather, Peter De Haven (1722-1816), operated the public gun factories and powder mills of Pennsylvania during the American Revolution, making her descendants eligible for DAR membership via that ancestry. He was widowed and living in Three Rivers, MI, in 1921. Joseph Co., MI, per a Lowmaster family web site, no date given. Jacob Fulkerson that of Benjamin Warner, and to this the Col. The latter three were probably the sons of Jeremiah FULKERSON above.

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 wife Adeline RHODES (1849-1931) was listed as "Adda." Robert reportedly died in 1894. March 24, 1836, he was joined in holy wedlock with Miss Elizabeth Gibson, daughter of William Gibson; she was born March 19, 1815, and died April 12, 1839, leaving one son—James G., born March 1, 1839 [probably 1837], a dealer in coal of New Castle. She was born May 11, 1814, in Shenango township, this county. FULKERSON... as the only child of Elizabeth GIBSON before she died at age 24. That he was an active soldier was shown by his promotion from the ranks to be second sergeant, and during much of his period of service he performed the duties of an orderly, taking the place of a sick officer. Fulkerson returned to peaceful pursuits, he re-entered the nail mill, and for two years worked in the rolling department, after which he operated an engine at Beaver Falls for over a year, and then went back to New Castle. Their household also included a Fannie SCOVAL, born ca. They were living three doors down from Sewells father. The Lawrence County history reports he at thirteen years of age became a workman in the nail manufactory, and later went into oil speculation. He has a fine home on West Washington Street, which he bought some years ago and enlarged and beautified. This is probably the Revolutionary War veteran who stated in his pension application that he was born on . through 1769, then at Roxbury in Morris County, where he m. XXII of the Archives of the State of New Jersey page 143; also Early NJ Marriages, Vol F part 5 #249: " #249; John FOLKERSON (FULKERSON) and Jacob MORRIL (MERRILL), both of the County of Morris...[bound to]... The younger John owned no land, had two horses, two cows and paid

The Lawrence County history cited above described him thus: For his own farm he bought a tract of 200 acres, adjoining his father's property, .... Their patronage is very select, and they take pride in keeping up their reputation by catering in the most satisfactory manner to the wants of the inner man. Delilah, who bore most of his children, was the dau. He was a clerk in a "Registers Office," possibly a county office. His father was born on Turtle creek, Allegheny county, and was a soldier of the war of 1812. DUFF has lived on a farm all his life, but still manages to attend to his store business. LESLIE, when he worked at farming and thrashing until 1879, when he opened his present store, and has continued in business successfully ever since. FULKERSON, daughter of Richard FULKERSON, deceased, of New Castle, July 3, 1851, and has eight children living and one dead... Her great grandfather, Peter De Haven (1722-1816), operated the public gun factories and powder mills of Pennsylvania during the American Revolution, making her descendants eligible for DAR membership via that ancestry. He was widowed and living in Three Rivers, MI, in 1921. Joseph Co., MI, per a Lowmaster family web site, no date given. Jacob Fulkerson that of Benjamin Warner, and to this the Col. The latter three were probably the sons of Jeremiah FULKERSON above.

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 wife Adeline RHODES (1849-1931) was listed as "Adda." Robert reportedly died in 1894. March 24, 1836, he was joined in holy wedlock with Miss Elizabeth Gibson, daughter of William Gibson; she was born March 19, 1815, and died April 12, 1839, leaving one son—James G., born March 1, 1839 [probably 1837], a dealer in coal of New Castle. She was born May 11, 1814, in Shenango township, this county. FULKERSON... as the only child of Elizabeth GIBSON before she died at age 24. That he was an active soldier was shown by his promotion from the ranks to be second sergeant, and during much of his period of service he performed the duties of an orderly, taking the place of a sick officer. Fulkerson returned to peaceful pursuits, he re-entered the nail mill, and for two years worked in the rolling department, after which he operated an engine at Beaver Falls for over a year, and then went back to New Castle. Their household also included a Fannie SCOVAL, born ca. They were living three doors down from Sewells father. The Lawrence County history reports he at thirteen years of age became a workman in the nail manufactory, and later went into oil speculation. He has a fine home on West Washington Street, which he bought some years ago and enlarged and beautified. This is probably the Revolutionary War veteran who stated in his pension application that he was born on . through 1769, then at Roxbury in Morris County, where he m. XXII of the Archives of the State of New Jersey page 143; also Early NJ Marriages, Vol F part 5 #249: " #249; John FOLKERSON (FULKERSON) and Jacob MORRIL (MERRILL), both of the County of Morris...[bound to]... The younger John owned no land, had two horses, two cows and paid $1.30 in taxes. William FULKERSON (probably his son William) and John SEBRING were the administrators. From the Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, and Representative Citizens, by Roland D. participated during his term of service and was granted an honorable discharge June 19, 1865, at Washington, D. " (from Biographies of Tioga County Civil War Soldiers extracted from PRESIDENTS, SOLDIERS, STATESMEN). The 1880 Census found him at Blossburg, Tioga Co., PA, with his wife and 5 children: Nora (20), Charles (18), William (18), Levi (15) and Jerry (23, with wife May, 19). a SMARTWOOD; the Wellsboro Gazette of Tioga County reported on : "Swartwood, Miss Addiedied at the residence of her father, Mr.

Her obituary appeared in the Clearfield Progress on 19 March 1960: "MISS EDRA FULKERSON UTAHVILLE - Miss Edra Fulkerson, 97 died at 11 am Thursday at Utahville where she resided with a niece. 28, 1862 at Utahville, she was a daughter of Edmund and Margaret Stanley Fulkerson. He was listed on 1880 census for Fruitport, Muskegon Co., Michigan as a 63-yr-old, widowed farmer, born in PA, living with son Ezra. Mary remarried to Samuel KELCE (or KELTZ) before May 1866 and on the 1870 Census was living with her 29-yr-old husband and three children at Canton, Bradford Co., PA . at Canton, Bradford Co., PA, listed on 1870 Census. In 1910 he was living away from home at Johnstown, PA, working as a "custom blacksmith." Judd owned a mule-powered underground coal mine near Osceola Mills, PA, until about 1918, when local officials apparently ruled the operation was detrimental to the surface roads above the mine. A history of Gulich Township, Clearfield Co., PA tells us that "During the year 1850 the first saw-mill was built by Joseph Fry and Daniel Fulkerson.

She is survived by the following nieces and nephews. He was 74 when he or his family filed a Declaration for Dependent Father's Pension, on 20 Feb. In 1920 he was working as a blacksmith for a coal mine. Frances then went to live with a half-sister, Mae KELTZ, on William Street in Williamsport, PA. On the 1870 Census for Norton, Muskegon Co., Michigan, he and father William lived very near one another and both were working on the railroad; Ezra was single. It was largely an experimental mill, as the machinery was rough and unmanageable. She is found again in the same town in the 1990 Census, listed as "Ellenora" and living with a daughter Myra, a son Clifford, a daughter Kate Mc GEE and a son "Ward." Not too far down was John Oaks Fulkerson with wife Malissa, their children and Samuel Oaks FULKERSON, John's father. 1855, listed as a 25-yr-old student living at home in 1880. In 1874-75, he attended a course of lectures at Bellevue Medical College, New York, and in 1879-80, and in 1880-81, he attended lectures at the University of New York City, where he was graduated in March, 1881.

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The Lawrence County history cited above described him thus: For his own farm he bought a tract of 200 acres, adjoining his father's property, .... Their patronage is very select, and they take pride in keeping up their reputation by catering in the most satisfactory manner to the wants of the inner man. Delilah, who bore most of his children, was the dau. He was a clerk in a "Registers Office," possibly a county office. His father was born on Turtle creek, Allegheny county, and was a soldier of the war of 1812. DUFF has lived on a farm all his life, but still manages to attend to his store business. LESLIE, when he worked at farming and thrashing until 1879, when he opened his present store, and has continued in business successfully ever since. FULKERSON, daughter of Richard FULKERSON, deceased, of New Castle, July 3, 1851, and has eight children living and one dead... Her great grandfather, Peter De Haven (1722-1816), operated the public gun factories and powder mills of Pennsylvania during the American Revolution, making her descendants eligible for DAR membership via that ancestry. He was widowed and living in Three Rivers, MI, in 1921. Joseph Co., MI, per a Lowmaster family web site, no date given. Jacob Fulkerson that of Benjamin Warner, and to this the Col. The latter three were probably the sons of Jeremiah FULKERSON above. 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 wife Adeline RHODES (1849-1931) was listed as "Adda." Robert reportedly died in 1894. March 24, 1836, he was joined in holy wedlock with Miss Elizabeth Gibson, daughter of William Gibson; she was born March 19, 1815, and died April 12, 1839, leaving one son—James G., born March 1, 1839 [probably 1837], a dealer in coal of New Castle. She was born May 11, 1814, in Shenango township, this county. FULKERSON... as the only child of Elizabeth GIBSON before she died at age 24. That he was an active soldier was shown by his promotion from the ranks to be second sergeant, and during much of his period of service he performed the duties of an orderly, taking the place of a sick officer. Fulkerson returned to peaceful pursuits, he re-entered the nail mill, and for two years worked in the rolling department, after which he operated an engine at Beaver Falls for over a year, and then went back to New Castle. Their household also included a Fannie SCOVAL, born ca. They were living three doors down from Sewells father. The Lawrence County history reports he at thirteen years of age became a workman in the nail manufactory, and later went into oil speculation. He has a fine home on West Washington Street, which he bought some years ago and enlarged and beautified. This is probably the Revolutionary War veteran who stated in his pension application that he was born on . through 1769, then at Roxbury in Morris County, where he m. XXII of the Archives of the State of New Jersey page 143; also Early NJ Marriages, Vol F part 5 #249: " #249; John FOLKERSON (FULKERSON) and Jacob MORRIL (MERRILL), both of the County of Morris...[bound to]... The younger John owned no land, had two horses, two cows and paid $1.30 in taxes. William FULKERSON (probably his son William) and John SEBRING were the administrators. From the Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, and Representative Citizens, by Roland D. participated during his term of service and was granted an honorable discharge June 19, 1865, at Washington, D. " (from Biographies of Tioga County Civil War Soldiers extracted from PRESIDENTS, SOLDIERS, STATESMEN). The 1880 Census found him at Blossburg, Tioga Co., PA, with his wife and 5 children: Nora (20), Charles (18), William (18), Levi (15) and Jerry (23, with wife May, 19). a SMARTWOOD; the Wellsboro Gazette of Tioga County reported on : "Swartwood, Miss Addiedied at the residence of her father, Mr. Her obituary appeared in the Clearfield Progress on 19 March 1960: "MISS EDRA FULKERSON UTAHVILLE - Miss Edra Fulkerson, 97 died at 11 am Thursday at Utahville where she resided with a niece. 28, 1862 at Utahville, she was a daughter of Edmund and Margaret Stanley Fulkerson. He was listed on 1880 census for Fruitport, Muskegon Co., Michigan as a 63-yr-old, widowed farmer, born in PA, living with son Ezra. Mary remarried to Samuel KELCE (or KELTZ) before May 1866 and on the 1870 Census was living with her 29-yr-old husband and three children at Canton, Bradford Co., PA . at Canton, Bradford Co., PA, listed on 1870 Census. In 1910 he was living away from home at Johnstown, PA, working as a "custom blacksmith." Judd owned a mule-powered underground coal mine near Osceola Mills, PA, until about 1918, when local officials apparently ruled the operation was detrimental to the surface roads above the mine. A history of Gulich Township, Clearfield Co., PA tells us that "During the year 1850 the first saw-mill was built by Joseph Fry and Daniel Fulkerson. She is survived by the following nieces and nephews. He was 74 when he or his family filed a Declaration for Dependent Father's Pension, on 20 Feb. In 1920 he was working as a blacksmith for a coal mine. Frances then went to live with a half-sister, Mae KELTZ, on William Street in Williamsport, PA. On the 1870 Census for Norton, Muskegon Co., Michigan, he and father William lived very near one another and both were working on the railroad; Ezra was single. It was largely an experimental mill, as the machinery was rough and unmanageable. She is found again in the same town in the 1990 Census, listed as "Ellenora" and living with a daughter Myra, a son Clifford, a daughter Kate Mc GEE and a son "Ward." Not too far down was John Oaks Fulkerson with wife Malissa, their children and Samuel Oaks FULKERSON, John's father. 1855, listed as a 25-yr-old student living at home in 1880. In 1874-75, he attended a course of lectures at Bellevue Medical College, New York, and in 1879-80, and in 1880-81, he attended lectures at the University of New York City, where he was graduated in March, 1881.

.30 in taxes. William FULKERSON (probably his son William) and John SEBRING were the administrators. From the Twentieth Century History of Clearfield County, Pennsylvania, and Representative Citizens, by Roland D. participated during his term of service and was granted an honorable discharge June 19, 1865, at Washington, D. " (from Biographies of Tioga County Civil War Soldiers extracted from PRESIDENTS, SOLDIERS, STATESMEN). The 1880 Census found him at Blossburg, Tioga Co., PA, with his wife and 5 children: Nora (20), Charles (18), William (18), Levi (15) and Jerry (23, with wife May, 19). a SMARTWOOD; the Wellsboro Gazette of Tioga County reported on : "Swartwood, Miss Addiedied at the residence of her father, Mr.

Her obituary appeared in the Clearfield Progress on 19 March 1960: "MISS EDRA FULKERSON UTAHVILLE - Miss Edra Fulkerson, 97 died at 11 am Thursday at Utahville where she resided with a niece. 28, 1862 at Utahville, she was a daughter of Edmund and Margaret Stanley Fulkerson. He was listed on 1880 census for Fruitport, Muskegon Co., Michigan as a 63-yr-old, widowed farmer, born in PA, living with son Ezra. Mary remarried to Samuel KELCE (or KELTZ) before May 1866 and on the 1870 Census was living with her 29-yr-old husband and three children at Canton, Bradford Co., PA . at Canton, Bradford Co., PA, listed on 1870 Census. In 1910 he was living away from home at Johnstown, PA, working as a "custom blacksmith." Judd owned a mule-powered underground coal mine near Osceola Mills, PA, until about 1918, when local officials apparently ruled the operation was detrimental to the surface roads above the mine. A history of Gulich Township, Clearfield Co., PA tells us that "During the year 1850 the first saw-mill was built by Joseph Fry and Daniel Fulkerson.

She is survived by the following nieces and nephews. He was 74 when he or his family filed a Declaration for Dependent Father's Pension, on 20 Feb. In 1920 he was working as a blacksmith for a coal mine. Frances then went to live with a half-sister, Mae KELTZ, on William Street in Williamsport, PA. On the 1870 Census for Norton, Muskegon Co., Michigan, he and father William lived very near one another and both were working on the railroad; Ezra was single. It was largely an experimental mill, as the machinery was rough and unmanageable. She is found again in the same town in the 1990 Census, listed as "Ellenora" and living with a daughter Myra, a son Clifford, a daughter Kate Mc GEE and a son "Ward." Not too far down was John Oaks Fulkerson with wife Malissa, their children and Samuel Oaks FULKERSON, John's father. 1855, listed as a 25-yr-old student living at home in 1880. In 1874-75, he attended a course of lectures at Bellevue Medical College, New York, and in 1879-80, and in 1880-81, he attended lectures at the University of New York City, where he was graduated in March, 1881.

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at eighteen years of age left the farm to learn the cabinet-maker's trade, served three years' apprenticeship, and worked two years as a journeyman. The 1870 Census found him at Union Township, Lawrence Co., PA (page number 11, enumerated June 23, 1870) with his 28-yr-old wife and two children. He learned the cabinetmaking trade and in the early days had almost entire control of this business, as he was considered an expert all through this section of country. Fulkerson was left motherless when he was two years old, and he was reared by his paternal grandparents. The will of Amanda's mother, Sarah CARSON, stated in 1860 that Amanda was "intermarried" with Richard FULKERSON. They were boilermakers, laborers, a "glass flatner" and a tinsmith. 1804 in VA, possibly at Fredricksburg, Frederick County; moved to PA, m. Other researchers report they appeared on the Harrisville, Butler Co., PA census from 1850 to 1880, with occupations in the inn and hotel business. 1865, The 1899 Tioga County Directory for the Blossburg Borough listed a Levi S. The Salladasburg Cemetery in Lycoming Co., PA, contains the graves of Jacob MANEVAL (1828-1928) and his wife Sarah MANEVAL (d. This appears to confirm that he married a Sarah born in 1830. Andrew Jackson FULKERSON...unmarried, no issue [Note: The passenger list of the sailing vessel Kirkland, departing from Baltimore from San Francisco on , included the name 'Jackson FULKINSON' per the New York Herald on .] John Milton FULKERSON....

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