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Descendants of Nehemiah FULLER


      87. Elijah William6 Fuller (John Alfred Fuller5 (Twin), Elijah4 Fuller, Nehemiah3, John2, John1)401 was born 1810 in Greene County, GA, and died Bef. 25 Sep 1867 in Greene Co., GA402. He married Cenith (Senith) Browning 27 Jan 1829 in Perry County, AL403. She was born 1813 in Greene County, GA, and died Bet. 1861 - 1866 in Perry County, AL.

Notes for Elijah William Fuller:
1840 Census - Perry Co., AL
Roll - M704_11
Unknown Townships
Page 249
Males
Under 5 = 1; 5-10=0; 10-15=0;15-20=0;20-30=2
Women
Under 5 = 1; 5-10=3; 20-30=1

1850 Census - Heards Beat, Perry County, AL
Dec 22, 1850
Pg 354
NAME AGE BTHPL
Elijah W. Fuller 39 GA
Cyntha B " 35 "
Judith " 19 AL
Elizabeth M " 16 "
Green H. " 11 " (blind)
Melissa " 10 "
Sarah J " 6 "
Susan T " 5 "

1860 Census - Perry Co., AL
Heads Beat
July 1, 1860
Page 34
LN      NAME             AGE       SEX       OCCUP             REAL EST P VALUE BTPL
17      E Wm Fuller       50       M       Farmer             5,625       19,512       GA
      Senith "             47       F       Wife                        "
      Green H.            20       M                               AL blind
      Melissa            19      F                              AL "
      Sarah J             16      F      Domestic                        AL
      Susan T             15      F                              AL
      Saml             13       M (nephew)                        AL
      Mary P            10       F (neice)                              AL

PERRY CO, ALABAMA, Minutes of Probate Court
Book M, pg 69, 9/25/1867
Benjamin Watson, filed petition on estate of E. W. Fuller, dec'd.
Book O, pg 35, 6/6/1871
N. M. Walker, admr., estate of E. W. Fuller, dec'd
Declares heirs to be:
1. Sarah, wife of Wm Harris, Texas
2. Margaret, wife of A. G. Guise, Texas
3. Green Fuller, Texas
4. Susan, wife of W. W. Corsby, Texas
5. Mary, wife of W. W. Edwards, Miss.
6. Melissa Fuller, Miss.
7. Samuel T. Fuller, Perry Co.
8. children of Frances, dec'd wife of Benjamin H. Watson: John B., Joab, Sarah E., Benjamin H. (minors) Seeney Susan, Mary T.
9. children of Judith, dec'd wife of Wlm Harris: Wm. Harris, Jr, Susan Harris
(minors), Texas.

Shiloh Cemetery - Perry County, Alabama

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Shiloh Cemetery
Perry County, Alabama
Head and Tombstone Inscriptions

Recorded by       Submitted by     
Lloyd and Pat White      J. Hugh LeBaron     
5814 Chapelwood Way      100 South Rosebud Lane      
Dallas, Texas 75228      Starkville, MS 39759     
Recorded October 18, 1998      Hlebaron@aol.com     

Shiloh Cemetery is located in eastern Perry County between the upper
Oakmulgee and Little Oakmulgee Creeks, four miles east of Perryville and
six miles north of Summerfield. Specifically it is located in Section 22,
Range 10E and Township 19 in Perry County, Alabama. This cemetery has been
abandoned for many years, is overgrown with trees and other woodland
vegetation and difficult to locate. Access is by deteriorated, unimproved
logging road.

Jesse F. Fuller      Susannah Elizabeth
born May 12, 1784      daughter of Jonny & Elizabeth Jackson
died Jan. 24, 1844      born Jan. 12, 1842
      died Oct. 9, 1846
     
Mary Fuller, Wife of Jesse F.       Henrietta Louisa
born Mar. 27, 1789      daughter of Wm. L. & M. A. Johnson
died May 22, 1849      born June 15, 1852
      died Nov. 28, 1852
     
George E. Fuller      Mary Ann Johnson
son of Jesse & Mary Fuller      died Dec. 9, 1848
born Jan. 25, 1834      6 yrs, 9 mos., 25 days
died Dec. 7, 1857     
     
Mary E. C. Guyse      Hannah
daughter of M. E. and A. G. Guyse      daughter of Thomas E. & Saphronia J. Killgore
born Dec. 22, 1853      born June 18, 1844
died Aug. 16, 1856      died June 24, 1846
     
Judith Harris, wife of William Harris      Edward Alfred Marcey
daughter of C. B. & E. W. Fuller      son of Edward Marcey
born Dec. 30, 1831      born Aug. 9, 1853
died Oct. 19, 1862      died Aug. 9, 1854
     
Martha Elizabeth, wife of B. J. T. Harville      Edward Marcey
daughter of James & Mary A. C. Jackson      born in [unreadable] Co. N. C.
born July 18, 1828      born 1812
died Aug. 9, 1850      died 46 yrs, 7 mos.,
     
Annie Harville      Alex Mills
daughter of Thomas & Judia Harville      born 1832
born August 14, 1868      died Aug. 16, 1897
died Oct. 21, 1884      age 65 Years
     
Green Jackson      Lucy Mills
born May 6, 1767      born 1828
died Nov. 20, 1849      died Feb. 8, 1924
     
Susan Edney      Zader Miren
daughter of James & Mary A. C. Jackson      born July 12, 1886
died July 28, 1832      died Dec. 1954
age 1 yr., 10 mos., 21 days     
     
Stoud Enmire Taylor     
born Feb. 29, 1870     
died Apr. 14, 1929     
     
Jim Watters     
born Oct. 1863     
died Mar. 28, 1825     
     
Clarissa Williams     
died [Unreadable] 30, 1896     
at 52 years      

The Shiloh Cemetery is in a deteriorated state. There six graves inside a
partially fenced area with no headstones or headstones that are unreadable
and five crypts without tombstones. There are also numerous sunken graves
without markers. Some of the headstone inscriptions transcribed above were
located under six to eight inches of earth and roots and had to be uncovered
with great labor. The entire cemetery is overgrown with trees and other
woodland growth.

Notes by J. Hugh LeBaron: Jesse Franklin Fuller was born in Hillsborough
County, North Carolina and married Mary Elizabeth Jackson on November 25,
1807 in Greene County, Georgia. His parents were Elijah Fuller and Sincy
Browning. His children included Elijah Green Fuller (1809) who married
Lucinda Cook; Lucinda B. Fuller (1812-1844) who married Isaac Curtis Mayes;
Andrew Jackson Fuller (1814) who married Jane Harris and Margaret Henry;
Seaborn Jones Fuller (1816-1883) who married Nancy E. Dennis; Jesse Franklin
Fuller, Jr. (1818) who married Nancy J. Payne; William E. Fuller (1820-
1844); John Alfred Fuller, Sr. (1822-1900) who married Cynthia P. Miree;
David Wyche Fuller (1826); James Robert Fuller (1827) who married Nancy
Isabella Heard; Silas Marion Fuller (1828-1912) who married Elizabeth Jane
Autrey; Jefferson F. Fuller (1830); and George E. Fuller (1834-1857).
Mary Elizabeth Jackson was the daughter of Green B. and Clarisey Jackson.
Mary was born in Greene County, Georgia. James Jackson was the son of
Green B. Jackson. James Jackson was born in 1801 in Greene County, Georgia.
In addition to Martha Elizabeth and Susan Edney Jackson buried in the Shiloh
Cemetery, his children were Edwin Jackson (1827), Columbus Jackson (1831),
Alva Jackson (1835), Turner Jackson (1835) and Helen Jackson (1839).
Green B. Jackson was born in Edgefield District, South Carolina and was the
son of John Jackson. He married Clarisey Unknown about 1786. He moved to
Perry County, Alabama from Greene County, Georgia in 1819 and settled along
the Little Oakmulgee Creek acquiring over 500 acres of land. In addition to
Mary Elizabeth Jackson, Green's children included Elsa Jackson who married
her cousin, Abraham G. Jackson, William Jackson, Edna Jackson (1797-1881)
who married John B. Burford, John Y. Jackson (1800-1859), James Jackson
(1801), and Abraham Wyche Jackson (1805-1880) who married Jane F. Crow,
daughter of Reverend Charles Crow, Sarah M. Corgill and Martha Louisa
Provost. Benjamin J. T. Harville was born about 1822 and the son of Thomas
Harvill. His children include James F. Harvill (1847), William E. Harvill
(1848), Benjamin H. Harvill (1852), Mary A. Harvill (1855) and Martha J.
Harvill (1857) William M. L. Johnson and his wife Martha A. were the
parents of Henrietta Louisa Johnson. They lived near the Shiloh Cemetery
in the Perryville Beat. William was born 1825 in Alabama and Martha was
born in 1827 in Alabama. There other children included Robert Q. Johnson
(1846), William D. Johnson (1854) and James B. Johnson (1859).
Judith Fuller Harris is the daughter of Elijah William Fuller and Cenith B.
Fuller. Elijah William Fuller was born in 1810 in Georgia and died in 1867.
Cenith B. Fuller was born 1813 in Georgia. She married William Fuller on
January 30, 1829. Their children included Green H. Fuller (1840) who moved
to Texas; Melissa (1841) who moved to Mississippi, Sarah J. (1844) who
married William Harris, her dead sister's husband, and moved to Texas;
Susan T. (1845) who married William W. Causby (1843), a next door neighbor
of the Fullers and moved to Texas; and Mary P. (1850) who married W. W.
Edwards and moved to Mississippi.

A. G. GUYSE's wife Margaret E. Fuller was the daughter of Elijah William
Fuller and Cenith B. Fuller. A. G. Guyse was born in 1832 in Georgia and
Margaret E. Fuller was born in 1837 in Alabama. Their children include
Frances E. J. Guyse (1855), Sarah C. (1857), William J. H. (1858), and
Leander B. (1860). This family moved to Mississippi.




More About Elijah William Fuller:
Census: 1840, Perry County, AL404
Property: Bet. 1833 - 1849, Perry County, AL Land Grants
Will: 1867, Perry County, AL Will

Notes for Cenith (Senith) Browning:
Estate of Elizabeth Browning, Inventory and Appraisement, Russell, Alabama

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Inventory and Appraisement Estate of Eliz. Browning, page 380

A true appraisement of all the personal Estate of Elizabeth Browning late
of the County of Russell, Dec.
Exhibited us to the undersigned appraisers by James Browning Administrator
this the 29th day of Sept. 1860...

1 Red Bull unmarked $12.00
1 Pale Red Heifer 10.00
1 Black No horned Heifer 10.00
1 Speceled cow & yearling 15.00
1 white spec cow & Red yearling 15.00
1 foosley cow & Brindle 15.00
1 White no horned cow 12.00
1 Speckeled Steer 7.00
1 Brindle Steer Motley face 7.00
1 Black with With Back & Belly 12.00
1 Spinning Wheel 3.00
1 Clock 3.00
1 Chest 1.00
1 Large Box 1.00
2 Beds & Furniture 13.00
1 Lot of Hard Ware 1.50
1 Gallon Jug .10
Money of Deceased 315.80

1 Note of C Taylor due 25th of Dec. 1860
with interest from date 300.00

1 Note on John Taylor due 25th of Dec. 1860 150.00

1 other note on John Taylor due 25th Dec. 1861 150.00

1 Note on John Chadwick Jr. Wm. G. Chadwick
John Chadwick Sr and Elias Chadwick
Due the 25 of Dec. 1859. 200.00

1 Note on Bunnell (?) Boykin due 1st day of Jany 1834 7.00

1 note of Richard Lorken due the 20th day of Aug. 1854 5.50


Signed

W. G. FLAKE
W.P. KENNON
Wm. STORY
CLAYTON JONES


copied by Pinky DAVIS gggggranddaughter

............................................................................

page 381

The State of Alabama Personally came before me W. Rogers a Justice of\
the Peace for Said Co.
Russell County Green (I swear thats what it looks like) Flake , W P\
Kennon, William Story, & Clayton Jones Appraisers of the personal Estate of
Elizabeth Browning late of said county Deceased severly sworn say that the
forgoing sheet contains a full and complete appraisement of all the personal
Estate of the said Elizabeth Browning Exhibited to them the said appraiseers
By James Browning the said Administrator on the 29th day of Sept 1860 \
Sworn to & Subscribed W G FLAKE\
before me this 29th day W P KENNON\
September 1860 Wm STORY\
CLAYTON JONES
W Rogers J Peace



--------- PAGE 381----------------ITEM 2 ----------------------------------


The State of Alabama Personally appeared before me Geo. H. Waddell\
Judge of the Probate Court of Russell County Russell\
County. Jas Browning who says the foregoing appraisement list contains a
correct List of all the personal property Which has come to his hands or
within his Knowledge belonging to the Estate of Elizabeth Browning, also a
correct Inventory of the Notes money--belonging to the said Estate This may
be taken as his inventory\
Sworn to & subscribed before \
me this 1st of Oct. 1860 \

James X Browning (his mark)

Geo H Waddell (his signature)
Judge


Filed 1st of October 1860

Geo H Waddell

Judge

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Page 440 --

Sale List of the Estate of Elizabeth Browning Deceased.
A Bill or list of the Sale of Property of Elizabeth Browning, deceased by
James Browning Administrator of said Estate Nov. 3rd 1860.


1. One bedstead bed and clothes H.W. Howard $ 10.00
2. One bedstead bed and clothes H.W. Howard 6.00
3. One Red Heifer H.W.Howard 10.00
4. One Black side Cow H.W.Howard 20.25
5. One Red Bull H.W.Howard 14.50
6. One Clock John W. Ward 5.00
7. One lot of Cooking Utensils G. Fuller 2.35
8. One Brindle Steer J. F.Bentley 7.30
9. One black but head heifer J. F.Bentley 15.50
10. One but head red head cow J. F. Bentley 10.00
11. One lot of corn J. F. Bentley 6.60
12. One Speckle cow & Red yearling A. Murphy 13.50
13 One white yearling J.H.Harris 5.25
14. One Speckle Steer J.H.Harris 11.45
15. One red side cow J.H.Harris 14.50
16. One Smutty cow & yearling N. Tallor 16.25
17. stack Fodder N.Tallor 7.00
18. One Spinning Wheel Sarah Jane Browning 2.00
19. One chest Sarah Jane Browning 1.10
20. One box H.W. Howard .50
21. 5 Chair Sarah J. Browning 1.05
22 One gallon jug Sarah J. Browning .10

This property was sold on the 3rd day of Decem 1860 on
twelve months time.

The State of Alabama, Russell County.
Personally appeared before me Geo. H. Waddell Judge of the Probate Court of
said County. Jas. Browning who after being duly sworn says the foregoing
sale list is correct to the best of his knowledge, information & belief.
his
Sworn to & subscribed James X Browning\
before me Jany 14, 1861 mark\
Geo. H Waddell
Judge & C.
Filed 14th January 1861
Geo. H. Waddell
Judge & C.

Copied 14 Jany 2000------ Pinky Davis

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Page 618----- The Sale of Alabama Russell County June 5th 1862
Below will be found the appraisement fo the Estate of James Browning
Deceased, also the Inventory of said
Estate, made by the Administrator

One Bed, Bedstead & furniture $ 35.00
" Sofa 20.00
" Clock 8.00
" Pianno 50.00
" Centre Table 20.00
" Bureau 20.00
" lot of Glass & Cooking 2.00
Sundries the contents of Drawers 1.25
1 brush of Peafowl Feathers 2.00
2 Trunks 4.00
Three Watch Chains 1.50
One Small Am Box .50
1 Bed, Bedstead, Mattrass & Furniture 25.00
1 Book Case, Books & Lot of Medicine 80.00
1 Trundle Bedstead Bed & Furniture 5.00
eighteen split bottom chairs 4.50
One round table 2.00
Five Coverlets and Two Quilts 21.00
One Large Trunk 2.00
Lot of Bottles small looking glass 1.00
Tree Counterpanes, Three Quilts 21 sheets 24.00
1 common bedstead, bed, sheets & counterpane 10.00
1 common bedstead, bed, 2 coverlets 10.00
1 small bedstead, mattrass, sheets,2 quilts 4.00
1 toiles table, washstand & bowl 3.00
1 desk & small table 3.00
1 reel 1.00
8 panes of glass & putty .50
1 self heating smoothing iron 1.00
Seven chairs 6.00
three spinning wheels 6.00
wash stand, two water buckets& 2 pans 4.00
twenty seven bee stands 27.00
1 desk cash 10.00
seventeen head of cattle 200.00
fifty five head of hogs 200.00
thirty head of sheep 90.00
twenty seven head if goats 20.00
two thousand cut fodder 20.00
125 bushels of corn 160.00
530 acres of land @ 4.00 per acre 3,180.00
Pensacola Bank Bill 10.00
two kitchen tables 3.00
5 pieces of pot ware, tongs and shovel 7.00
2 buckets & foot tub 1.00
Loom harness & 5 sleys 10.00
lot of crockery and glass 7.00
two large kettles 4.00
two saddles @ 7.00 each 14.00
twelve hundred cut of bacon 360.00
one hundred pounds of wool 60.00
Jug ware 3.00
three sides of leather 15.00
forthy gallon of syrup 40.00
one buggy and harness 60.00
three guns 20.00
1 two horse wagon and harness 75.00
1 two horse wagon 60.00
1 ox wagon 20.00
1 ox cart 20.00
2 raw hides 3.00
25 head of geese 12.50
blk smith tools & box of tools 30.00
farming tool & gear 40.00
2 pistols 2.00
1 bay mule 100.00
1 black mule 120.00
1 sorrel mule 100.00
1 grey mule 150.00
1 grey mare 80.00
1 cross cut saw trow & scythe 7.00
100 bushels of cotton seed 10.00
1 box carpenters tools 20.00
cotton gin and band 100.00
24000 lbs. seed cotton 600.00
1 straw cutter 3.00
LICEY a negro woman 40 yrs old 400.00
MANUEL " man 47 " " 700.00
LEWIS " " 27 " " 800.00
SARAH 20 & child 2 yrs old 900.00
AMOS a boy 17 years old 800.00
GREEN " " 8 " " 600.00
cash money 4.68
a bell on the Haynsville Bank Ala. 1.00
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end of page one--or page 618 copied by Pinky Davis 14 Jany 2000
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page 619 --- continued

List of Notes

1 Note on John Brown for twenty five dollars, due the 1st day of March
1862

1 " " Green N. Fuller for $56.90cts. due the 4th of Nov. 1862

1 " " Benjamin Harrison for $ 19.28 due the 28th of Dec. 1860

1 " " Clayton Jones for $204.96 due the 14th of Jany 1860

1 " " Green Fuller for $14.86 due May 10th 1859 \

A certificate given by Hughes & Hodges for ten bales cotton given July 26th
1861
one on S.M. Strong for $59.32cts due December the 5th 1861 with credit of
seven dollars

one on John M Penn for $100.00 one hundred dollars due the 5th of Jany 1862


The State of Alabama Before me Geo.H Waddell Judge of Probate for said\
Co.,
Russell County personally came Reuben Dawkins, William G Flake and Clayton\
Jones,
appreasers of the Estate of James Browning and who being sworn say that the
above llist contains a true appraisement of all tge property belonging to
the estate of said Deceased which was presented to the by JOSEPH A THOMAS
administrator on the 5 June 1862 R Dawkins
Sworn to & subscribed June 6th 1862\
W.G. Flake
Geo. H. Waddell Judge of Probate\
Clayton Jones


The State of Alabama Before e Geo. H. Waddell Judge of Probate for said\
Russell County County personally came JOSEPH A THOMAS administrator\
of the Estate of JAMES BROWNING and being sworn says tgat the above and
foregoing list contains a full and complete inventory of all tge property
belonging to said Estate which had come to his knowledge since his
appointment
sworn to & subscribed June 6th 1862 JOSEPH A\
THOMAS
filed June 6th 1862 \
Geo. H. Waddell Judge of Probate\

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of list.... copied by Pinky Davis 14 Jany 2000

next will be the List of the Sale of the Estate--- of JAMES BROWNING ---






     
Children of Elijah Fuller and Cenith Browning are:
  328 i.   Martha Frances7 Fuller, born 1830 in Perry County, AL; died Bet. 1867 - 1868 in Dallas Co, AL; Stepchild. She married Benjamin H. Watson 21 Feb 1850 in Perry County, AL405; born Abt. 1830 in Alabama; died Bet. 1870 - 1900 in Dallas Co, AL.
  Notes for Martha Frances Fuller:
1860 Census - Perry Co., AL
Heads Beat
July 1, 1860
Page 34
LN      NAME             AGE       SEX       OCCUP             REAL EST       P VALUE       BTPL
17      E Wm Fuller       50       M       Farmer             5,625             19,512             GA
      Senith "             47       F       Wife                                    "
      Green H.            20       M                                           AL blind
      Melissa            19      F                                          AL "
      Sarah J             16      F      Domestic                                    AL
      Susan T             15      F                                          AL
      Saml             13       M (nephew)                                    AL
      Mary P            10       F (neice)                                          AL


1870 Dallas County, Alabama Census, Dublin, pg 410
Harville, William 22 m AL
Sallie 18 f AL
Watson, Benjamin 40 m AL
John 16 m AL
Joab 14 m AL
Sallie 12 f AL
Susie 9 f AL
Mary 6 f AL
Benjamin 3 m AL


  More About Martha Frances Fuller:
Census: 1870, Dallas Co, AL, Dublin; Pg. 410

  329 ii.   Judith Fuller, born 30 Dec 1831 in Perry County, AL; died 19 Oct 1862 in Perry County, AL; Stepchild. She married William H. Harris 22 Dec 1851 in Perry County, AL405; born 1839 in Alabama; died Bet. 1900 - 1920 in McLennan Co, TX.
  Notes for Judith Fuller:
1860 Perry Co, Ala, Heards Beat, pg 664
237      William Harris      39 M      Farmer      3,250      1,015      Ga
      Judith B.      29 F      Wife            Ala
      William H.      7 M           


  More About Judith Fuller:
Burial: Shiloh Cemetery, Perry Co, AL406

  330 iii.   Elizabeth Margaret Fuller, born 1837 in Perry County, AL; died Bet. 1871 - 1930 in Mississippi. She married A. G. Guyse 24 Dec 1852 in Perry County, AL407; born 1832 in Georgia; died Bet. 1871 - 1930 in Mississippi.
  Notes for Elizabeth Margaret Fuller:
1860 Perry Co, Ala PAGE 690 - July 22, 1860 PERRYVILLE
404 Guyse, A. G. 28 M      Farmer      1,000      2,262      Ga
      M. E.      23 F      Wife            Ala
Frances E. J. 5 F                  Ala
Sarah C. 3 F                  Ala
William J. H. 2 M                  Ala
Lenander B. 2/12 F           


  331 iv.   Green H. Fuller408, born 1840 in Perry County, AL; died Bet. 1881 - 1919 in Milam County, TX.
  Notes for Green H. Fuller:
1850 Census - Perry County, AL; Pg 354, Heards Beat
NAME AGE BTHPL
Elijah W. Fuller 39 GA
Cenith " 36 "
Judith " 17 AL
Melissa " 15 "
Margaret " 13 "
Green " 11 " (blind)
Sarah " 6 "
Susan " 5 "

1860 Census - Perry Co., AL
Heads Beat
July 1, 1860
Page 34
LN      NAME             AGE       SEX       OCCUP      REAL EST P VALUE       BTPL
17      E Wm Fuller       50       M       Farmer             5,625       19,512       GA
      Senith "             47       F       Wife                        "
      Green H.            20       M                               AL blind
      Melissa            19      F                              AL "
      Sarah J             16      F      Domestic                        AL
      Susan T             15      F                              AL
      Saml             13       M (nephew)                        AL
      Mary P            10       F (neice)                              AL


(According to court records involving the estate of Elijah William Fuller in Perry Co., AL, son Green H Fuller was already in texas by Sept 25, 1867)

1880 Milam Co, TX ED:101, pg 187
# NAME AGE REL OCCP BTHPL FBPL MBPL
383 Fuller, Green 45 Blind single AL AL AL


  More About Green H. Fuller:
Census: 1850, Perry Co, Alabama409
Medical Information: Blind410

  332 v.   Melissa Fuller, born 1840 in Perry County, AL; died Bet. 1875 - 1920 in Mississippi.
  More About Melissa Fuller:
Medical Information: Born Blind410

  333 vi.   Sarah J. Fuller, born Sep 1845 in Perry County, AL; died Bet. 1900 - 1930 in McLennan Co, TX. She married William H. Harris 21 Jun 1863 in Perry County, AL411; born 1839 in Alabama; died Bet. 1900 - 1920 in McLennan Co, TX.
  334 vii.   Susan T. Fuller, born 1845 in Perry County, AL; died Bet. 1870 - 1930. She married William W. Causby/Cosby 11 Mar 1865 in Perry County, AL411; born 1843 in Perry County, AL; died Bet. 1871 - 1930 in Texas.


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