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Descendants of Elijah Fuller


      8. David5 FULLER (Elijah4, Nehemiah3, John2, John1)91 was born 1798 in Greene County, GA, and died 24 Dec 1885 in Camp Hill, Tallapoosa, AL92. He married Lucy BURFORD 19 Jan 1817 in Greene County, GA93,94,95. She was born Abt. 1792 in Georgia, and died 24 Dec 1885 in Camp Hill, Tallapoosa, AL96.

Notes for David FULLER:
His heirs are referred to in his Father's will. In Greene Co. Ga. 1820


1820 Census - Capt. Greers Dist, Greene Co, GA
Pg 233
Roll: M33_8
Name            Males                                   
David Fuller      Under 10 = 2; of 10 under 16=0; between 16 & 18=0
Of 16 and under 26=1; Of 26 and under 45=0; Of 45 and upwards = 0
                                   
Females
Under 10 = 1; of 10 under 16=0; between 16 & 18=0
Of 16 and under 26=1; Of 26 and under 45= 0; Of 45 and upwards = 1
Slaves: 0

1830 Census - Troup Co Ga
Capt. John B Strong Township
Pg. 33 1010 01-0211001
Roll; M19_21
Name            Males                                    Females
David Fuller      Under 5 = 1; 5-10=0;10-15=1;15-20=0;20-30=0;30-40=1      Under 5=2;5-10=1;10-15=1;20-30=1;40-50=0

Rankim Dist. Tax List 1840 Troup Co. Ga.
1840 Census - Troup Co, GA
District 673; Page 357
Roll: M704_51
Name            Males                                    Females
David Fuller      Under 5 = 0; 5-10=1;10-15=1;15-20=0;20-30=1;30-40=1      Under 5=0;5-10=0;10-15=2;20-30=1;40-150=1;80-90=1
(below David is his brother; Elijah (W) Fuller)

1850 Census - Russell Co, AL
Beat # 6
Nov 11, 1850
Page 44
Ln       Name      Age      Sex      Occp      Value      Born
1      Fuller,      David      50      M      Farmer      800      GA
            Mary      47      F                  "
            Jane      20      F                  "
            Nancy      18      F                  "
            Green      16      M                  "
(Census lists Mary - this is likely Lucy - this writer believes this is David Fuller's family, brother of Greene Fuller due to naming patterns of most of Fuller family line, including the name of a son; Green Fuller)

1860 Census - Opelika, Russell Co, AL
Page 1100
Ln      Name      Age      Sex      Occup                  Born
28      D Fuller      60 (?)      M      Farmer      1000/12000      GA
      L      66      F                        "
      I      44      M      Farmer                  "      (Who is this?)

1870 Census
Page 397-B
Line 26
Salem, Lee Co, AL
Fuller,       D. 72 M W Farming       1500/500 Georgia
      L 75 F W Keeping House            Georgia
Browin(?)D 12 M W Laborer                  Alabama
" T 11 M W " Alabama
" D 9 M W " Alabama
Bufford(?) I 53 M W " Georgia

1880 Census - Camp Hill, Tallapoosa Co, AL
June 19, 1880
Enum Dist: #144
Beat # 15
Page 384-A
Line 44-45
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace

D. FULLER Self M Male W 83             GEORGIA Retired Farm Laborer NORTH CAROLINA NC
L. FULLER Wife M Female W 85            GEORGIA Keeping House NOT GIVEN NOT GIVEN


"Alabama Series" Volume
II (Deaths), Eufaula Weekly Times and News - 1885 that I referenced earlier in the
day of David and (Lucy) Fuller.

Copied as is:

Thurs. Dec 24, 1885
Mr. & Mrs. David Fuller, of near Camp Hill in Tallapoosa County, (ALA) died
in a few days of each other. They were married Jan 14, 1817, and had lived together
for sixty-nine years. - Opelika (Ala.) Times.




More About David FULLER:
Census: 1820, Greene Co., GA97
Military service: 1836, Indian Wars - Captain Kendrick's Troup County Georgia Militia - Troup Co., GA
     
Children of David FULLER and Lucy BURFORD are:
  69 i.   son6 FULLER, born Bet. 1820 - 1830.
  70 ii.   Jane FULLER98, born Abt. 1830.
  71 iii.   Nancy FULLER98, born Abt. 1832.
+ 72 iv.   Green F. FULLER, born Abt. 1834 in Georgia.


      10. John Browning5 Fuller, Sr. (Elijah4, Nehemiah3, John2, John1)99 was born 18 Feb 1803 in Greene County, GA100, and died 24 Mar 1885 in Meriwether Co., GA100. He married (1) Frances Molden. She was born 1815 in Lee County, AL, and died 08 Aug 1882 in Lee County, AL101. He married (2) Elizabeth L. GLAZIER Bef. 1830, daughter of Hiram GLAZIER and Nancy. She was born 16 Jun 1806 in Butts Co., Georgia102, and died 24 May 1855 in Meriwether Co., GA102.

Notes for John Browning Fuller, Sr.:

1830 Census - Meriwether Co., GA
Fuller, John B.
State: Georgia Year: 1830
County: Meriwether Roll: M19_19
Township: Unknown Townships Page: 156

Free White Persons (including heads of family)
John B. Fuller
Males: Of 20 and under 30 = 1
Females: Of 20 and under 30 = 1

1840 Census - Meriwether Co. Ga
Page 101
John B Fuller
State: Georgia Year: 1840
County: Meriwether Roll:
Township: No Township Listed Page: 101
Males       under 5 = 1
      5-10yrs = 1
      10-15yr = 0
      15-20yr = 0
      20-30yr = 0
      30-40yr = 1
      40-50yr = 0
Females under 5 = 0
      5-10yrs = 1
      10-15yr = 0
      15-20yr = 0
      20-30yr = 0
      30-40yr = 1
      40-50yr = 0

1850 Census - Meriweather Co. GA
September 19, 1850
Page 384A
LN NAME AGE SEX OCCUP. VAL. BIRTHPLACE SCH.
34 Fuller, John B. 47 M Farmer 6,000 GA
Elizabeth T. 43 F GA
Thomas J. 19 M Farmer GA
Sarah E. 17 F GA
John F. 12 M GA X
Harriet A. 9 F GA

1860 Census - Opelika, Russell Co, AL
M653-Roll 22
Beat 10
Page 1085 (page 109)
Line 27            John B. Fuller            57 M      Farmer      $2000            $61000      GA
            F.                   44 F                              GA
            S. E.                  25 F                              GA
            Rueben Trotter(?)            10 M                              AL
            B (or R) Downing            21 F      teacher of school       1000            GA
***Note -
R. Downing, age 21 (27?), f, b GA, teaches Schools (boarder??)
*** This is the John Browning Fuller and his 2nd wife, Frances Molden.
*** Frances Molden was the second wife of William Trotter, Sr (1787-1857) who was born in Meriweather County, GA
Their son, Reuben Trotter, later married Fannie (Frances) Fuller, daughter of Greene Fuller & Amanda Roberts
*** John B Fuller has other grown children in GA

Alabama Census - 1870
Opelika, Lee Co, AL
M-593-Roll 23
Page 283
      Name/Age/Sex      Color      Prof      Vl Real Estate      Vl of Prsnl Estate      PLBirth
Line 3      Fuller, John B. Fuller, Sr.      67      M      W      Farming      1,800      500      GA
      " Francis 50      F      W      Keeping House                 
      " Fanny            17      F      W                        Ala
      " J M (?) (Jessie)      11      F      W                        "
Line 7      Trotter, Reuben            19      M      W      Farming                  Ala
(Note: J M is Jessie M Fuller - niece of John B Fuller; Greene Fuller's daughter)

1880 Census - Salem, Lee, Alabama
Page Number 28-D
June 26, 1880
Supv Dist: 4
Enum Dist: 96
Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
John B. FULLER Self M <Married> Male W <White> 77 GA Farmer VA VA
Francis FULLER Wife M <Married> Female W <White> 64 GA Keeping House GA GA
Sarah E. FULLER Dau <Daughter> Female W <White> 44 GA GA GA
Melissa FULLER Niece Female W <White> 40 AL AL AL (Blind)

This a passage from "History of Opelika..." by Rev. Cherry, on pages 223 & 224:

"His William Trotter's second wife, "Aunt Frankie," who died in 1882, gave him one child, a son, Mr. Reuben Trotter, who is the only one of his children living in the county representing his revered name.  "Aunt Frankie," as she was affectionately called by all, far and wide, after Mr. Trotter's death, married Mr. Brown Fuller, who still survives, residing at the old homestead where he moved in 1860, and is a worthy successor of his predecessor, dispensing the same hospitality and enjoying the same love and confidence.  He was raised in Greene County, Ga., and has a daughter in Merriwether County, also, a son in Blackshear, in that State.  Mrs. William J. Brewington, Sr., of Salem, is his granddaughter, as was also the late Mrs. Vora Hooker, wife of Mr. Wm. H. Hooker of T HE OPELIKA TIMES, and well and favorably known to the reading public as "Fida."  She was a talented and rising young poetess, striking out with a broad conception of the beautiful, in a path seldom trod by those we went before her, and in a style which in its distinctive peculiarities, would, had she lived placed her in the galaxy of original authors; which as is known to the best critics, is small in comparison to the number who claim to be so classified.  Frail in body........this piece goes on & on to say that Vora died in 1881......Mr. Fuller had a daughter still living with him.  Speaking of "Aunt Frankie," the late Mr. Brown Fuller, her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Reuben Trotter, who is a niece of Mr. Fuller, pays this affectionate tribute to her memory:  "She raised five children that were related to her only by marriage -- three of my husband's father's grandchildren and two of my father's grandchildren, and I am one of the number.  So, she raised her son's wife.  Every child knew her only to love her, and she was known and loved as "Aunt Frankie," by all.  The path leading to her grave is well beaten."\\


The Vindicator - January 13, 1905
      Browning Fuller (John Browning Fuller) first located near Greenville where he remained only a few years, removing further

MERIWETHER COUNTY, GA - NEWSPAPERS OBITS December 1883 - December 1887

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Death Notices from The Meriwether County Vindicator, Volumes
12 through 15, December 1883 - December 1887

FULLER, John B., died in Meriwether county at the home of
his daughter Mrs. Hattie A. Hinton on March 24, 1885; born
in Greene county, February 18th 1803, he moved to this
county in 1832, thence to Alabama in 1859, and returned to
his old home in Meriwether, living with his daughter; having
joined the Methodist church at Concord, near Woodbury, he
served the church during a stay in Alabama of about 24 years
as class leader and steward; Obituary by A. W. Smith; Vol.
13, No. 14, March 27, 1885

(Old Concord Church Cemetery - located Hwy 18, Liza Sutton Road, Woodbury, Meriwether Co., GA)


More About John Browning Fuller, Sr.:
Burial: Old Concord Church Cemetery, Meriwether Co., GA102
Census: 1830, Meriwether Co., GA103
Religion: Methodist104
Residence: 1860, Moved to Russell Co, AL105

Notes for Frances Molden:



Russell Court House Records Probate Minutes, 1847-1855

page 198 Ambrose Edwards, gdn. for Mary trotter, minor
debtors and creditors: jno. d adair, t.Parker

Ambrose Edwards, gdn. for Nathan Trotter, minor
Debitors and creditors: jno. d. adair, T. parker

Ambrose Edwards, gdn. for William W. Trotter, minor
Debitors and creditors: William Trotter, Est., Jno. D.
Adair,
April 18, 1853

page 313 Ambrose Edwards, gdn. for Mary Trotter
debtors and creditors- j.d. adair, f.c. slappy, felton Parker,

Thomas s. tate, ambrose edwards. gdn. of Nathan Trotter
page 315 debtors and creditors- f. c. slappy, felton parker, t s. tate,
J. d. adair,
Feb. 11, 1854

page 314 Ambrose Edwards, gdn. of william Trotter debtors and creditors- j. d. adair, f.c. slappy, felton parker, thomas s. tate no date


page 384 Loxla Edwards, Guard, of Mary, Whitfield, and Nathan
Trotter
debitors and creditors: mary Trotter, Whitfield Trotter,
T. S. Tate, Wm. Holland, J. W. Cargill,
Wm. Trotter, Sr. , Abijah Holsey, Felston
Parker, Nathan Trotter
Heirs of Wm. Trotter, Jr. : Mary, Whitfield, and Nathan Trotter, all minors,
Feb. 12, 1855


More About Frances Molden:
Burial: 1882, Shady Grove Cemetery, Lee Co, AL106,107

Notes for Elizabeth L. GLAZIER:
Old Concord Church Cemetery - located Hwy 18, Liza Sutton Road, Woodbury, Meriwether Co., GA

More About Elizabeth L. GLAZIER:
Burial: Old Concord Church Cemetery, Meriwether Co., GA108
Caste: 1850, Meriweather County, GA
     
Children of John Fuller and Elizabeth GLAZIER are:
+ 73 i.   Thomas Jefferson6 FULLER, born Mar 1831 in Georgia; died Abt. 1905 in Blackshear, Pierce Co, Ga.
  74 ii.   Sarah E. Fuller109, born Abt. 1833.
  Notes for Sarah E. Fuller:


Lived in Woodbury (County/city?), GA in 1905

+ 75 iii.   John F. Fuller, born Abt. 1838 in Georgia; died 10 Sep 1862 in Lookout Mtn., Knoxville, Tenn..
  76 iv.   Harriet A. Fuller109, born 1838 in Meriwether Co., GA110. She married (1) William H. HINTON111; born 31 May 1838; died 09 Jan 1865 in Meriweather Co, GA. She married (2) Dr. John T. Dixon112 1892 in Meriweather County, GA112; born 1837112.
  Notes for Harriet A. Fuller:
1870 Census - Woodbury, Meriwether Co., GA
The First District
July 26, 1870
Roll: M593_165
Page 248
LN      NAME            AGE/SEX/Color      Occup            Prop Value / Prsnl Value      PLB
8      Hinton, Hattie      28/F/W            Keeping House      2500      / 900            GA
      ----------, Emmett      10/M/W                                          GA
      ----------, William      8/M/W                                          GA
      Fuller, Sarah      32/F/W            Keeping House                        GA
(Sarah Fuller is Hattie (Harriett) Fuller-Hinton's sister)




  More About Harriet A. Fuller:
Census: 1870, Woodbury, Meriwether Co., GA113
Religion: Methodist Episcopal Church114

  More About William H. HINTON:
Burial: 1865, Old Concord Cemetery, Meriwether Co., Ga115

  Notes for Dr. John T. Dixon:
1880 Census - Meriwether Co., GA
Supv Dist: #4
Enum Dist: #87
June 1, 1880
Page 257
LN      NAME            Color/SEX/AGE      REL      Occup      PLB      FPLB      MPLB
1      Dixon, Dr. J. T      W/M/43            Practicing Physician      GA      GA      GA
      "      C. E.      W/F/34            Wife                  GA      GA      GA
      "      Bessie H      W/F/13            At School                  GA      GA      GA
      "      Mallie H      W/F/11            At School                  GA      GA      GA
      "      Sallie      W/F/9            At School                  GA      GA      GA
      "      Mary Inn      W/F/7            At School                  GA      GA      GA
      "      Emmett      W/M/5                              GA      GA      GA
      "      John L      W/M/4                              GA      GA      GA
      "      Harry      W/M Aug                              GA      GA      GA


Source: Memoirs of Georgia; Vol II
The Southern Historical Association (1895)
Library of Congress Catalog Card Nbr : 75-44661

page 505
Meriwether County Sketches

"John T. Dixon, M. D., a physician of note in Meriwether county, and a man of fine business ability, is a native of the county, born in 1837, the son of John L. and Elizabeth (Gorley) Dixon. The former was a native of Hancock county but an early settler of Meriwether county, where he died in January 1892. His parents were Harry and Ann (Hines) Dixon, Virginians, who early settled in Georgia. Mr. Dixon served in the war of 1812. The father of Dr. Dixon's mother was also an early settler of the state. Dr. Dixon himself passed his early years on the farm, obtaining his early training in the old log school house of his district; then he attended the Greeneville school, and finally the Colinsworth institute. In 1861 he enlisted in Company E of the Twenty-eighth Georgia regiment, under Capt. Moore. In the battle of Seven Pines Mr. Dixon was badly wounded and returned home to recruit. During the twelve months he was away from the army he took a course of medical study in the Virginia Medical college, at Richmond, and then went into the hospital service for the remainder of the war. He then entered the medical college in Atlanta, from which he graduated in 1866. Having received his degree, Dr. Dixon returned to Meriwether County, and established himself in the practice of his profession at Woodbury, in which he has had great success, his practice being widely extended and very lucrative, and he is highly esteemed throughout the community. Dr. Dixon was married in 1865, his wife being Miss Celeste E. Hussey, a daughter of Hiram and Sarah (Edwards) Hussey, of Meriwether County, where Mrs. Dixon was born, in 1844. She was a constant member of the Methodist Church, south, and died in 1891, leaving her husband with seven children; Sallie, Mary I, Emmett E., John L., Harry, Joel T., and Nellie. In 1892, Mr. Dixon married Mrs. H. H. (A.) Hinton, who was born in Meriwether County in 1838, and is the daughter of Brown Fuller. Dr. and Mrs. Dixon are both faithful and consistent members of the Methodist Episcopal Church."



  More About Dr. John T. Dixon:
Census: 1880, Meriwether Co., GA116
Education: Greeneville School117
Military service: 1861, Company E of the 28th Georgia Regiment under Capt. Moore117
Occupation: Medical Doctor, Woodbury, Meriwether Co., GA117
Religion: Methodist Episcopal Church - Woodbury, Meriwether Co., GA



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