|101||Fuller, Charles (1843-1888) family|
Edwin Clare, Charles Henry, Samuel Charles, Nancey Agnes Hurson Fuller
|102||Fuller, Charles Henry (1843-1888)|
|103||Fuller, Charles Henry (1843-1888) head|
|104||Fuller, Charles James and Violet Lorena McGraw |
Charles and Violet Wedding Picture
12 Jan 1952, Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada
|105||Fuller, Charles Woodman|
|106||Fuller, Charles Woodman|
840 Marion Street, St Paul MN, where Charles and Grace lived after they were married.
|107||Fuller, Charles Woodman and Grace Dechanet family|
Bk L. Glen, Bell, Harry, Roy, Dora, Alfred, Ralph.
Sit, Charles W, Grace.
Fr Ollie, Sebastian (Babe).
|108||Fuller, Charles Woodman and the older boys.|
Standing Left - Ralph, Harry, Glen, Roy, Alfred (named after Grace's father)
Sitting - Charles Woodman Fuller
Boys missing: Oliver 'Ollie' and Sebastian 'Babe', (named after Grace's grandfather)
|109||Fuller, Charles Woodman Farm/Ranch Land |
The Fuller Farm/Ranch was in fact Charles W.'s homestead located at the NW 1/4 of Section 2, Tsp 29, Rg 23, W4 meridian. Three of Charles' children homesteaded the other 3 quarters of Section 2:
NE 1/4 - His son Allen
SE 1/4 - his son Jesse
SW 1/4 - his daughter Anne and her husband Norman McClellan
This map show that the Farm was about 1 mile south of the land above the mine, where the family lived part of the time and Harry and his new wife Nellie lived there for awhile after they were married.
|110||Fuller, Charles Woodman, Fuller Mine|
Fuller Mine Location - Mine #749 located under LSD 15 of NE 11-29-23 W4
Also the Fuller House for mining operations was located at LSD 13 of NE 11-29-23 W4 as indicated by Belle Fuller Vaughan, daughter of Charles and Grace Fuller
|112||Fuller, Dora |
Married Nels Herbert
|113||Fuller, Dora and Husband Nels Herbert|
|114||Fuller, Ellen 'Nellie' Kyle|
Born in Scotland
|115||Fuller, Elma Ohlhausen|
|116||Fuller, Farm in Carbon, Alberta, Canada|
This wonderful old picture shows Grace Déchanet Fuller, mother of the family in Carbon, doing the family washing outside.
Glen was a cowboy, but this picture was taken at the Calgary Stampede in a dressup booth.
Army Picture taken in 1916
|119||Fuller, Glen Milton|
|120||Fuller, Grace Dechanet Fuller and her girls|
L-standing: daughters Dora & Bell and Ellen Kyle Fuller (wife of Harry Fuller)
Harriet and her girls,
Louise, Margaret and Catherine Roski
|122||Fuller, Harriet Roski|
The boys were cowboys and one thing they liked was breaking horses so they could be ridden. Here is Harry doing just that.
|124||Fuller, Harry and Ellen Kyle Wedding|
Wedding day, Oct 8, 1925 at the Charles Fuller farm in Carbon, Alberta, Canada
|125||Fuller, Harry Vincent|
|126||Fuller, Harry Vincent|
WW I Picture
|128||Fuller, Jette Eriksen|
|129||Fuller, Mark G.|
|130||Fuller, Martha Bucholz |
Wife of Jesse Fuller
|131||Fuller, Mary Ann|
|132||Fuller, Mary Ann|
Married and Divorced Dana Tufts
|133||Fuller, Mary H. |
Mary Hervey Greenleaf Fuller
Wife of Sumner Fuller
|134||Fuller, Mary H. Greenleaf|
Wife of Sumner Fuller
|135||Fuller, Mary Lothar Snow|
|136||Fuller, Nancy Agnes Hurdon (1847-1932) |
|137||Fuller, Oliver Woodman|
Ollie is shown here with two of the farm horses used to pull farming equipment of plowing, harrowing and even swathers. During this time in history a farm could not operate without these horses. A good farmer had to be a shrewd horse trader as well.
|139||Fuller, Ollie with nephew Charles |
Charles was the son of Harry and Nellie. Picture was likely taken down by the Rooming House
|140||Fuller, Paul and Ned - Allen Fuller's Boys |
Paul (about 6) and Ned (about 4) on this Coal mine train, driven by Frenchy.
The larger Coal Mines had these small trains to take empty coal cars into the mine and bring out ones full of coal.
|141||Fuller, Paul Jasper|
|142||Fuller, Pulaski Woodman |
PW Fuller - about 1869
|143||Fuller, Pulaski Woodman and Wife Zilpha Buckman |
This photo was taken in Newport Vermont and must have been taken in 1868-70 when Woodman Fuller was the Baptist Minister in North Troy, Vermont
|144||Fuller, Pulaski Woodman and Zilpha Buckman. Back of Picture|
Blanchard's photography rooms, Newport and Derby Line, was a Photo Studio in Newport, VT.
This picture makes Mrs. Fuller look somewhat older than she really appears, although her hair has thinned somewhat.
Ralph Fuller the Cowboy -- the life he loved
Here Ralph is in an army uniform. Not much is known as to what part he played in the war.
|147||Fuller, Ralph and Alfred on the farm|
The older Fuller boys were cowboys and this picture shows that they not only rode horses, but dressed the part as well. I am sure that they all worked hard on the farming part of their life but their passion was being cowboys.
|148||Fuller, Ralph on the farm|
Ralph Fuller, Cowboy and Ranch Hand
|149||Fuller, Roy Lenard|
|151||Fuller, Sebastian (Babe)|
This was taken down in the valley, likely just out side the Family Rooming House
|152||Fuller, Sebastian and new wife Elma|
This is Sebastian "Babe" Fuller and his wife Elma Ohlhausen, taken on their wedding day of June 2, 1940. Likely on the Ohlhausen Farm east of Carstairs, Alberta, Canada
|153||Fuller, Thomas Henry (1822-1865)|
|154||Fuller, Thomas M (1822-1865) family |
Charles Henry, Mary Lothar Snow, Lizzie B, Thomas M, Sarah F.
Husband of Josephine Cratte
[Not part of the John Fuller of Newton family]
|156||Fuller, Timothy Family|
Descendants of Oliver Cratte; Family of Josephine Scholastique Cratte and Timothy Fuller.
[Not of the John Fuller of Newton Family]
|157||Fuller, Wayne |
|158||Fuller, William Burtt|
Son of William Greanleaf Fuller
|159||Fuller, William Greenleaf|
Taken from page 263 of "The Military Telegraph during the Civil War of the United States" by William R. Plum; Vol 1, Chicago 1882
|160||Fuller, Zilpha Buckman|
Photo taken in Newport, VT.
|161||Fuller/Ohlhausen Family |
Four Generations L-R
Wilhelm Ohlhausen, Henry Ohlhausen, Elma Ohlhausen Fuller, Wayne Fuller
Setting up the machinery at harvest time
|163||Fullers Farm in 1932.jpg|
|164||Fullers hauling coal, about 1920|
Great picture of a team of horses hauling coal from the Fuller Mine.
|165||Fullers, lunch during harvest, Babe far left, 1923|
Charles Woodman Fuller is standing on the left overseeing his harvest crew - no mention that any of them are family, Except on the far left is Babe Fuller about 11 years old ....
Please focus on the lunch baskets packed up by the girls on the farm and coffee pot .... this is a wonderful picture ....
|167||Getting ready for new mine system|
Preparing the area to add a rail spur into the Fuller Mine area after the main CPR rail line came through the valley in 1921 specifically to pick up coal from the area.
According to Babe Fuller, his father, Charles W. Fuller mortgaged the farm and used the money to build this spur off the main line in about 1921/2 and when they started mining from this new mine entrance into the Fuller mine. they found that the coal seam that existed through the old entrance did not extend to the new entrance.
The life that Charles and Grace had built over time ended and they then put their energy into the Minors Rooming House, which was run by Grace and her girls.
This picture was taken after he returned from WW I and according to family sources he was never himself after the war. In those days they called it "Shell Shock".
|169||Grace and granddaughter Annie Grace|
Grace Dechanet Fuller and her namesake "Annie Grace" daughter of Harry and Ellen "Nellie" Kyle Fuller. Aunt Nellie told me that her Mother's name was Annie and Harry's Mother was Grace.
|170||Grace Dechanet Fuller|
Grace was in charge of all the household duties on the farm.
|171||Grace, Model T Roadster.jpg|
|172||Grahams Island State Park, Devils Lake, North Dakota, USA|
It is widely reported that Duncan Graham had a trading post on this island about 1815 and this State Park is named after him.
|173||Grahams Island State Park, North Dakota, USA|
State Park named after Duncan Graham
Harry taking a break from his farm duties and catching supper.
|175||Harry Fuller on the farm|
Harry and his favourite horse
|176||Harry Fuller the farmer|
Here Harry is making stooks .... a group of sheaves stood on end to dry before being picked up and fed into the thrashing machine to harvest the grain out..
|177||Harvest time on farm|
A very old picture
|178||Harvest time on the farm|
After the sheaves of grain were dried in stooks, the sheaves were picked up by loading then into a big wagon. The wagon was then parked beside the threshing machine and a man with a pitch fork then placed each sheave of grain on a conveyer belt which fed the grain into the threshing machine. He had to be careful to feed each sheave head first into the threshing machine.
|180||Herbert, Nels and Dora Fuller Family|
Nels and Dora Herbert Family
Back: L. Nels, Dora
Seated: Charles Woodman Fuller
Children: L. Ray, Hans, Tillie, Leslie, Doreen
|181||Herbert, Nelse and Dora (Fuller) |
Dora Fuller and Nels Herbert on the Fuller farm about the time they were married in 1923. Nels worked in the coal mine at the time and Dora was 19 and worked with her Mom in the rooming house.
|182||Hvorup Kirke, Aalborg Amt, Danmark|
Lars Nørgaard Sørensen and Mette Marie gift i 1862
were married in this church in 1862
|183||Interment Listing, St Felix Cemetery |
St Felix Cemetery, Wabasha, Minnesota, USA
|184||Jensdatter, Anne Catherine|
Gift med Erik Larson.
Married Erik Larson.
|187||Johnson, Ida (Buchholz)
Homestead, Carbon, Alberta, Canada
SW34-28-23-W4 Meridian |
Left to Right:
Martha Emma Buchholz, (later wife of Jessie Fuller)
(Girl): Blanche Cora Johnson
Ida Mary Augusta (Buchholz) Johnson, (later wife of Alan Fuller)
(Boy on fence): Roy Augustus Johnson
(Boy standing): William (Willie) Howard Johnson
|188||Johnson, Ida (Buchholz)|
Ida Johnson's Homestead was located at
The Fuller family had homesteads in Section 2
|189||Johnson, Ida and her son Roy|
This is Ida Buchholz Johnson (later to be Fuller) and her son Roy
|190||Jones, Hobart Vassar|
|191||Jones, Louise Ann Berry|
|192||Judkins, Ada Emmiline|
|193||Judkins, Aideline Tansey Fuller|
|194||July 1, 1939 on the farm.jpg|
|195||Jørgensen, Elizabeth Eriksen|
|197||Jørgensen, Jørgen, Elizabeth Eriksen, børn Thomas og Else.|
Jørgen Axelsen Jørgensen b. 1888 og hans kone Elizabeth Eriksen b. 1894 og børn Thomas and Else.
|198||Jørgensen, Maren Kirstine Petersen|
|200||Jørgensen, Thomas and Maren Petersen and familie|
L-R,Back: Jørgen Axelsen b.1888; Mætte Marie b. 1881; Peder b.1876; Maren Kirsten b. 1879; Jørgine b.1882.
L-R,Front: Mor, Maren Kirsten Petersen b.1846; Far, Thomas Jørgensen b.1848; Ane Elisabeth b. 1886.