Looking for info regarding a Francis Charles Fuller from Burt MI. His 1st wife was Ethel.

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in Genealogy Help by Julie Gossard G2G Crew (400 points)

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You didn't note any timeframe.   It might be this Francis, son of Samuel and Mary Foote Fuller as the location seems to be correct.


U S Census, 1880  Taymouth, Saginaw, MI


self  Samuel C. Fuller M 64 MA

son  Francis Fuller  M 23 NY  



U S Census, 1900  ED 75 Taymouth township, Saginaw, MI


head  Samuel Fuller M 84 Apr 1816 MA

son  Francis J Fuller  M 38 June 1862 NY  Divorced         


Michigan, Marriages


groom Frank Fuller

age 38 years birth 1862  NY

father  Samuel   mother: Mary Foote

marital status 1st

marriage date: 15 Sep 1900

marriage place: Taymouth, Saginaw, Michigan

 Offical  B. Hunter, clergyman

bride: Ethiel Hines

 age: 24 years  birth  1876 MI

marital status 1st

father: D B Cros...mother: Emily Thayer

image number: 221

 vol 4 pg 121 no 9702


U S Census, 1870  Thetford, Genesee, MI



Samuel C Fuller  M 54y MA

 Mary Fuller F 53y VT

Francis J Fuller M 14y NY

 Eliza Fuller F 26y NY

 Charles L Fuller M 28y NY

 Margaret J Fuller F 25y Can

 Charles L Fuller M 1y MI

by Chris Hoyt G2G6 Pilot (880k points)
selected by Melinda A
Thanks so much....this might be the one!
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Just to make sure I'm on the right track - Is this the FRANCIS CHARLES FULLER that was born May 19, 1921 and died July 29, 2007 in the Kenockee Township in Michigan?

From his obituary -  son of FRANK O FULLER and MAUDE HEATH FULLER; married IRENE E WATSON on April 10, 1943 (she was born 1919 and died Feb. 20, 2005). Survivors include one son, SANFORD FULLER.

Please contact me to let me know if this is the correct FRANCIS CHARLES FULLER.  Sincerely, Melinda
by Melinda A G2G6 Mach 1 (16.2k points)
Thanks, but I don't think this is the one.
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There is mention of one Francis Charles Fuller, a prominent colonial, in this article from the National Library called, "Sea Mystery Solved".  He is among the passengers aboard the Appam when it was captured by Germans.


by Tina Mitchell G2G1 (1.1k points)

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