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. 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. The family belong to the First Presbyterian Church. Fulkerson has been an ardent Republican ever since the candidacy of John C. 1859, he was 11 years old on the 1870 Census [Union Township, Lawrence Co., PA, page number 11 enumerated June 23, 1870]. Of these lots, which he has placed on the open market, he has sold the major portion, and many of them have been built on, and are fast increasing in value. His wife, who was a daughter of David Tidball, never lived to pass the half-century mark. They lived at Wausau; David and two of his children are buried there. Smith FULKERSON....-, known by his middle name, and appears on military records as Smith Fulkerson. John Mc Kernan, who served in the Mexican and Civil wars; Lucinda, wife of George Curtis, a veteran of the Civil war; Shadrach; Rebecca, who became the wife of Jordan Fox; Dinicious A.; and George M., the subject of this sketch.
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....
The 1910 Census indicated they were married 7 years, and that her mother Adeline and their son Harold lived with them in New Castle Ward 7, Lawrence Co., PA. His wife, who was a daughter of John Johnson, died at the age, of seventy-nine, having borne him eight children... It also showed his son Joseph Thornton, here called Thornton (age 26), living in his household with wife Eliza (age 20) and their daughter Mary (age 2). The 1850 Census shows him as Thornton Fulkerson living in his father's household with wife Eliza and daughter Mary. Photos contributed by Randy Clark, whose grandfather is in the foreground. He lived in the household of Henry WALTERS, where seven other workmen also lived. One gave her a birthyear of 1822 in order to make the stretch of having children born as early as 1842. The following information about his children is based on a 1921 deposition given by son George, in connection with the disposition of 117 acres of land John owned in Springfield. No other Fulkersons were reported in that county in 1880.
Their common grandfather was Folkert FOLKERSON, the eldest son of Philip VOLKERSE. Two sons, John and Lewis, chose to remain in Frederick Co. In 1905, Epperson Fulkerson married Anna Strong (possibly Kate's younger sister). in 1907 for health reasons and in 1908 transferred to the Columbia River Conference. Gray eyes, brown hair,dark complexion, 5' 10" tall. She was listed on the 1890 Census as receiving a Civil War widow's pension.
There are also some "unattached" FULKERSONS listed below, linked to 19th-century Pennsylvania but not yet linked to the rest of the family. Sebring's company of the Somerset County militia and also in the Continental Army, in which he served as a soldier, blacksmith, wagoner and teamster. (Family legend, according to descendant Ruth Leathers in a 1960 letter, which also states John was soured on slavery and freed his slaves when he moved to Pennsylvania.) A deed recorded at the Mercer County courthouse showed that John bought land on from Cornelius and Anne HENDRICKSON. The will of Lewis Fulkerson was probated at New Castle, PA on and named two daughters, Margaret and Matilda, and a granddaughter Nettie FULKERSON. There were two daughters produced by this marriage. He spent a few years in Galt, California trying to recover his health. She was probably still receiving it in 1920, when the Census found her at Beccaria, living with children William and Edra. Based on her sister's obit, she may have married a WILLIAMS. Research by a Fulkerson cousin who's actually searching for one of the unattached PA branches in this same county confirms yesterday's educated guess. found Susan and Miles WILLIAMS on the 1880 Census in Beccaria, Clearfield Co., PA, with two young children, living next door to the Fulkersons. Williams: Samuel Miles Williams, deceased, was a native of Pennsylvania.
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Our mission is to advance the Kingdom of God by making disciples of Jesus Christ through the power of the Holy Spirit according to Scripture. In 1799 he and wife Mary Alkey SMITH were administrators of his father's estate. He is a member of the Grand Army of the Republic and he belongs also to the Knights of Pythias and to the Protected Home Circle. In 1887 he was elected associate-judge, and has filled the chair since with honor and distinction. Fulkerson married Miss Mary Ann Gibson, daughter of Abner Gibson of Wilmington township, this county, Jan. Smith; and Margaret." "EPPERSON AND KATE FULKERSON Epperson Fulkerson was born in Newcastle, Pennsylvania on October 2, 1859. Arriving in Japan in March 1887, they came down to Nagasaki on August 31, 1889. 1868 in PA, he was found at Bent Co., CO in the 1910 census, age 41. He apparently remained in the region until about Feb 1862, based on his final child's birthdate. At the death of her mother in 1881 she took charge of the home of her father and later at the time of his death in 1896 she and her brother, C V Alleman assumed charge of the Henry Alleman mercantile business and post office. Fulkerson and took up residence at their home at Maple Lawn near Smithmills, where she and her husband spent the remainder of their lives. Zion Lutheran Church of Glasgow, and at the time of her death was one of the oldest members of this church. The Ginters appear "nearby" on the 1880 Census listing, and Nancy was then 16. 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. Machinery at length invaded the domain of his trade, and the resulting competition and low prices was too much for our subject, so he turned his attention to carpentry work, which he has followed for some twenty years. The "20th Century History of New Castle and Lawrence County Pennsylvania and Representative Citizens" (p. Early in his business life he was employed in a dry goods store at Youngstown, Ohio, for one year, when he entered the nail factory and worked in factories of this kind for ten years, in Youngstown, New Castle and Pittsburg. He was wounded at Charles City Cross Road, losing by the fortune of war the end of one finger; and having his collar-bone and three ribs broken. Richard reportedly had a total of 17 children, of whom 15 are known - 2 by Rosanna MACKEY, 10 by Delilah LEEPER, 1 by Mary CAIRNS and finally 2 by Amanda CARSON: Joseph Thornton FULKERSON....b. at New Castle, Lawrence Co., PA, buried at Greenwood Cemetery in New Castle. She gives her birth as July 1824, that she was a widow who had had 12 children with 7 alive in 1900. certificate of marriage between John FOLKERSON..Catharine SLAUGHT... A later family record (in Tioga Co., PA) stated he was wounded in the head at the battle of Yorktown, October 1781. The 1899 Tioga County Directory for the Blossburg Borough listed a Jeremiah Fulkerson on River St., once again working as a carpenter. He then started in business for himself in New Castle, in a small shop on the property, where Mrs. He became a very skilled workman, and made a specialty of fine work in the line of house furniture; this work he followed until 1861, and many of the elegant pieces of cabinet-work, prized by the leading families of the town, were wrought by his hand. In the 1880 Census he was listed again in Union, working as a clerk selling tobacco and newspapers. FULKERSON, one of New Castle's prominent citizens, who has been identified with its business interests and who also, for the last twenty years has taken a very active part in politics and has served as justice of the peace, burgess and alderman, was born in March, 1837, at New Castle, and is a son of John C. The Fulkerson family was established here by the grandfather, James Fulkerson, who came to New Castle, with his three brothers, in 1800. He was a Whig in his earlier political life, and later became a Republican. He attended the early schools and readily recalls those who sat on the same benches with him, many of these having passed away. Lewis FULKERSON was listed on the will as an admininstrator, and John FULKERSON was the county registrar. William COX in 1824 at New Castle, Lawrence Co., PA, d. They also tell us Alkey had a large family: "In 1900 Alkey Cox Kerr, 75, is still living at Harrisville with her farmer son Charles C and his wife. in NY), was a carpenter living with his father in 1880. The cemetery also contains the graves of 5 of their children, born between 18. As a living body united in Christ and empowered by the Holy Spirit, the purpose of Grace Baptist Church is to enable our fellowship to know God personally, to love God completely, to love one another and to share God’s love with all people.