Search for content in message boards

My Father is tracking his family tree

My Father is tracking his family tree

Bill Fullerton (View posts)
Posted: 13 Jul 1999 11:25AM GMT
He's looking for info and possible relatives to his Grandfather. David Reese Fullerton, born 7/5/1861 in Ohio. His fathers name - C.R. Fullerton also born in Ohio. Davids mother's maiden name was Mary L. Spotswood also born in Ohio.

David married Olive May Mullen born in Iowa 7/29/1869. David died in Los Angeles, CA. 7/11/1940. His wife Olive also died in Los Angeles 10/29/1941. Any info about these folks or other relatives would be appreciated.

Thanks!

Fullerton Family tree

Gregg Fullerton (View posts)
Posted: 23 Dec 1999 12:46AM GMT
We have traced the Fullerton family all the way back to the early 1400's if you would like information please send me your address. Sir we have traced all the Fullertons in the United States back to the Name orign of our Family. All in the states would be direct relatives of 7 Brothers who came over from Scotland in the early !700 to the port of New York. They were followed by their sister a few years later. All tis information is documented already so would make your search eaiser. If you would like more information please send me your address and phone # to contact you. Thank you Gregg Fullerton, Evansville Indiana

Fullertons

John Fullerton (View posts)
Posted: 23 Dec 1999 1:05PM GMT
Interesting about the Fullertons all coming from the same group of brothers, I"d like to know more about that. Also I'd like to know more about the meaning of the name, I understand it has something to do with felt making.

Fullertons

Gregg Fullerton (View posts)
Posted: 23 Dec 1999 1:52PM GMT
Most of what I know about Fullerton family name is found in my Great Aunt Gladys from Mt.Vernon Illinois I have record she was given by her Grandmother that has all the details about the Brothers arrival at the port of New York including the ship and copies of the passenger list. I will try to get further information for you . As far as the family name goes the farthest we have been able to trace it back is William the conquer better known in history as Bloody Williamthe First King of Scotland 1432 he was the first king of united Scotland and was Later King of England

Fulllertons

Gregg Fullerton (View posts)
Posted: 23 Dec 1999 1:55PM GMT
Please E-mail me directly
apop38@netzero.net

Fullerton Family

Greg Fullerton (View posts)
Posted: 23 Dec 1999 2:50PM GMT
Any info you have on CR Fullerton of Ohio or Mary L. Spotswood of Ohio would be appreciated.

Fullertons

bob (View posts)
Posted: 3 Jan 2000 10:09PM GMT
Of which fullerton clan are you in.

Elbert Fullerton

Gregg Fullertona (View posts)
Posted: 5 Jan 2000 1:07AM GMT
Elbert Fullerton is my Great Grandfather
Kenneth is my Grandfather
Donald Gene is my Father

Fullertons

bob (View posts)
Posted: 5 Jan 2000 7:28PM GMT
No the Fullertons are broken into clan numbers 001,002 ect. according to a book called The Fullertons of North America written by Gordan Fullerton of Hawaii

Fullertons

bob (View posts)
Posted: 5 Jan 2000 7:29PM GMT
No the Fullertons are broken into clan numbers 001,002 ect. according to a book called The Fullertons of North America written by Gordan Fullerton of Hawaii
per page

Find a board about a specific topic

  • Visit our other sites:

© 1997-2014 Ancestry.com | Corporate Information | New Privacy | New Terms and Conditions