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Spencer J. Fuller,
There's a Spencer J. Fuller, 17, with his parents William and Lauretta in Taylor County Iowa in 1880.
Spencer married Nettie Leonora John in Taylor County February 18, 1885.
Spencer cash-claimed a quarter in 33, 4S 43W in 1891.
They're back in Iowa for the 1895 census.
In 1900 Harper County, Kansas Spencer - born May 1868 in New York, has been married 15 years to Nettie L. October 1868 in Iowa. They have Amos W. Dec 1885 Iowa, Freddie W. Oct 1887 Colorado, May C Aug 1893 Iowa, and Lillie G. Jul 1896 Iowa.
In 1910 Canadian County, Oklahoma Spencer and Nettie have Fred, Ella, Lillie, Pearl 6, and Mabel 5, and in 1920 Canadian County Ella, Pearl, and Mabel.
One tree said Spencer Jesse Fuller, born May 5, 1863 in Erie County, New York, died Nov 8, 1926 in El Reno, Oklahoma.
Fred Walton Fuller registered for WWI in Taylor County Iowa, saying he was born Oct 7, 1887 in Idalia Colorado, and had a wife and four children.
Nettie is widowed in 1930 and 1940 Caddo, Oklahoma.. and one tree said she died Mar 11, 1953 in Rogers ounty Oklahoma at daughter Pearl Reneau's home.
In Hinton, Caddo County, Oklahoma are Spencer J. Fuller May 5, 1863-Nov 8, 1926 and Nettie L. Fuller - Oct 26, 1868 - Mar 11, 1953
Fred died Feb 9, 1957 in Los Angeles, saying his mother's maiden name was John.
In 1880 Taylor County Iowa - same county as Spencer - Barney and Catherine Fuller have Elizabeth 26, Daniel 22, William 18, Ary Jane 16, Barnett 13, Emily 10, and grandson John Dan 4.
In 1885 Taylor County Barnett 58 and Catherine 54 have Lizzie 30- born in Pennsylvania, Barnett 18, John 2, and Emma 15.
Barnett Fuller proved up an irregular-shaped parcel in the corner of sections 11,12, and 14 in 5S 43W in 1896 - just north of Hale
He married Margaret Rulow, daughter of Louis and Mary Corniles O'Neil Rolow, in Wray June 15, 1893.
They are in Baca County, Colorado in 1900, Barnett Aug 1866 Iowa, Maggie W. Sep 1876 Iowa, with Nola June 1894, Willie March 1893, and a daughter born Feb 1900. (One tree said Willie died Jan 23, 1903)
Mildred Cleo Fuller, born June 2, 1910 in Denver, died Nov 22, 1981, and is buried in Hillside Cemetery, Fort Lupton Colorado.
Margaret died in January 28, 1918 in Denver. Nola was born June 2, 1894, Harry Dec 5, 1895, Willie March 10, 1993 Edna Feb 2, 1900, Izella Feb 17, 1905
The Taylor County Iowa newspaper abstract of Nov 3, 1941 has a Barnett Fuller dying in Denver -
In 1856 Scott County Iowa Wm. B. and Emiline Fuller have M. 5, A. 1
In 1880 Phillips County Kansas William 57 and Emaline 43 Fuller have Ella V. 22, William L. 20, Harry D. 17, Fred 14, Charles 12, Lillie 10, Rose 8, and Pearlie A. 4. (Lillie married a Benner, and Fairmount cemetery in Denver has "Mother - Lily Benner - Dec 25,1869 - May 2, 1934" (there's a John W. Benner widowed, with his sister Mary in 1940 Sumter County, buried in Sumter County Florida 1861-1945, and Mary was in Denver in 1910)
Emeline R. Fuller cash-claimed about 320 acres in 1895 in sections 4 and 5, in 5S 42W -
In 1900 Cherokee Nation Emaline born Sep 1835 is widowed - she's had three kids, three living ?
Frederick April 1865 Missouri, Charles Feb 1867 Missouri, and son Pearl Jun 1876 Iowa. Also with them are Alonzo Peak, grandson Jan 1883 Iowa, granddaughter Mildred Benner May 1891 Nebraska, and daughter-in-law Cora Fuller Apr 1867 Kansas.
It looks like Pearl was in the Pueblo state hospital in 1930 and 1940.
Emeline R. Fuller was buried 4/3/1909 in Evergreen Cemetery, Colorado Springs.
In 1909 Colorado Springs Charles is a clerk at Robinson Drug, living with Mrs. Cora J. at 513 W. Kiowa. Emeline (wid Wm.) boards at 513 W. Kiowa, as does Fred, a laborer.
In 1910 Colorado Springs C.R. Fuller, 43, Missouri is a salesman in a drug store - married 21 years to Cora, 42, Kansas. Fred, brother, 44 Iowa, does odd jobs.
The 1910 Colorado Springs directory has Charles R., clerk at Robinson Drug Co., living at 117 S. Nevada (Mrs. Cora)
The 1910 directory has Mrs. Emeline R. died April 3, 1909, age 73.
In 1920 Denver Charles is a wholesale druggist, and Fred - a laborer- is with them.
In 1930 Denver Fred is the head, a laborer, and Charles is a carpenter.
In 1933 they're all at 4650 Decatur in Denver.
In 1936 Denver, Chas. R. a carpenter and Cora J. live at 4650 Decatur.
Cora J. Fuller - in Armel Cemetery Born Apr 18, 1867
Death: Jun. 18, 1938 Denver
In 1940 Denver Charles R. Fuller, 73, Missouri, is single, no occupation, lodging with George Zollinger, 71 single
In 1948 Charles R. (Bertha J.) are at 2333 W. 31st - no occupation.
Charles R. Fuller and Bertha Josephine Fuller are buried together in Denver's Fairmount Cemetery, Sections 2,4 Lot 323, Block 36. They do not have a headstone.
Charles R. Fuller will was probated in Denver in 1954.
Fred Fuller was buried in Fairmount July 6, 1935, Section 11, Lot 64, Block 53. He does not have a marker.
Cora is the daughter of Lewis D. and Lucy A. Herring Browning.
When his son Clinton was about 14, Lewis D. Browning, a veteran of the Union
Army, came from Kansas to homestead near Hale, Colorado. They spent the first
winter in a dugout while a home was prepared. Clinton married Estelle in 1896,
they lived in Armel, buying a home about 1908 near the Armel Methodist Church.
Their children were Nellie, Ronald, Blanche, Charlie, Ben and Hazel.
Cora and her husband, Charley Fuller, moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado and ran a drugstore. Later they moved to Denver, CO. Cora had a tumor in her neck close to her spinal column and when doctors tried to remove it, they injured her spinal column and she was unable to walk again.
1912 Idalia section "John Fuller and John Rolow were visitors here Sunday."
1913 Idalia section - "Dave Anderson Jr. and John Fuller attended the dance thirteen miles south of Idalia"
John Fuller is in the Wray cemetery - unknown birth and death dates.
The baby in the Yuma cemetery with a stone "son of J.A. and M.E. Fuller - Nov 20, 1911 Oct 1, 1914
One tree says the parents are James Austin and Mary Ellen (Schroyer) Fuller, married 1909 in Anderson County, Kansas, in Cowley County Kansas in 1925, and in Cowley County in 1915.
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