Harvesting on the Fuller Farm
|2||1920 Fuller Farm|
Trashing on the Fuller farm
|4||Alfred and Margaret, Jan 27, 1931, no snow|
Alfred Fuller and his daughter Margaret Fuller Giles - note: no snow in January
|5||Alfred and wife Annette|
|6||Alfred's daughter Margaret Fuller Giles on the Fuller farm |
|7||Alfred's daughter Margaret Grace on the Fuller Farm|
Margaret's married name was Margaret Grace Giles
|8||Aunt Nellie at the farm|
Ellen "Nellie" Kyle Fuller was the wife of Harry Fuller and lived on the farm until Harry died in 1928
|9||Babe and Ollie on the farm |
Ollie (Oliver) had polio early in his life
There were always lots of ponies to ride on the Fuller Farm
|11||Babe Fuller and his brother Ralph|
Ralph was a cowboy, farm hand, rodeo bull rider, etc. all his life and died as a result of an accident where he was a rodeo clown.
Babe did not follow his brothers cowboy lifestyle.
|12||Babe Fuller on the Fuller Farm|
|13||Balderson, Amos LeRoy "Roy"|
|14||Balderson, Amos LeRoy and Mary Violet Sales|
Wedding picture for Amos "Roy" Balderson and Mary Sales who were married 16 March 1907 in Cathay, Wells County North Dakota, USA
|15||Balderson, Annie Fuller family|
Left back: Pearl, Myrtle, Jessie, Mary*, Lenora*, Clarence McClellan, Bessie McClellan, Duane McClellan
Left front: Pat, Charles, Mother (Annie), Donald and Dolly
Missing: Laura, Jack, Earl, Iris
Died at Birth: Ina (1911), Amos Jr. (1927)
* Amos Balderson's children from a previous marriage
Birthday was held in the home of Annie's daughter, Dolly Erickson
|16||Balderson, Lee Roy 'Jack' |
|17||Belle Fuller and Jack Vaughan|
This picture was taken on the Fuller farm, likely before their marriage in 1927
|18||Buchholz, Bertha Gruenwald|
|19||Buchholz, Bertha Gruenwald|
|23||Buchholz, Wilhelm - Homestead|
In South Dakota, USA
|24||Buchholz, Wilhelm - Homestead - 2|
Located in South Dakota, USA
|25||Budolfsen, Ingrid Eriksen|
|26||Budolfsen, Lars Christian|
|27||Building the Rail Spur to the old Fuller Coal Mine|
Mississippi River Boat Pilot
|29||Buisson, Joseph Jr.|
Mississippi River Boat Pilot
|30||Buisson, Joseph Sr.|
Born in Quebec
|31||Butchering at the Fuller farm|
The Fuller family often hauled a load of coal and sold it at the Calgary market, some 100 kilometers one away. They then bought supplies needed for the mine or farm. This included barrels of food such as dried fruit, flour, oats, and other dry goods as well as clothing, etc.
|33||Carbon Area Coal Mines|
This map from the 'Carbon - Our History and Heritage' book printed in 1986, shows where each mine is located in relation to the Town of Carbon, the Kneehill Creek and the CPR Rail Line and in addition to the LSD location. Note that the Fuller Mine was located in Section 11 about two miles from town.
|34||Carbon Coal Mine No. 749, Rail Spur|
The old Fuller Coal Mine No. 749 Carbon, Alberta Diagram shows the Mine shafts and tunnels within the mine as well as the openings. You can see that the mine tunnels are beneath the ground and stretch to both sides of the coulee. The pictures are taken from the right side of the coulee looking down towards the creek. The location of the rail spur has been drawn into the picture.
|35||Carbon Coal Miners|
|36||Carbon fairgrounds picture |
That is Grace Fuller in the very middle in the black dress and black hat
This is taken on main street and was the custom of the day to have a parade, perhaps for July 1 or just before the local stampede.
I am sure the Fuller Cowboys are in this parade.
|38||Carbon, Mine Ponies|
Babe Fuller's job at the mine was to drive a team of ponies pulling empty coal cars into the mine, dropping one off in each room and then pulling the little cars full of coal back out of the mine.
Babe said the he was never injured in the mine, the ponies were smart and kept him safe.
|39||Charles and Harry Fuller on the farm |
This is Charles standing and his son Harry sitting in the buggy.
Jack Balderson told the story that when Charles W Fuller retired, he and Grace loved to drive in a one horse buggy to visit family and friends - especially on Sundays and this almost certainly is the horse and buggy they drove in.
|40||Charles W Fuller on the farm |
Charles has his arm around either Bell or Dora and Babe & Ollie are on the right hand side
|41||Charles W. Fuller farming|
Babe said that this is the last Picture of Charles Woodman Fuller before he died
|42||Charles W. Fuller with Grandson Charles|
This is Charles W Fuller with Harry's son Charles James Fuller
|43||Cratte, "Josephine" Scolastique|
Daughter of Oliver Cratte and Sarah Graham
|44||Cratte, Charles E.|
Charles Edward Cratte
|46||Cratte, David H. Jr.|
Born Oliver Crête
|48||Crattes Landing, Wabasha, Minnesota, USA|
Ferry to cross the Mississippi River at Wabasha, MN near a place known as Crattes Landing, named after Oliver Cratte, who had a blacksmith shop/home on the banks of the Mississippi where Wabasha is today.
|50||Déchanet, Alfred Family Photo|
Back Row Left: Emilia "Alice" Lachapelle, Dorothea Lucy "Dora" Déchanet, Isabella "Belle" Lachapelle McKay.
Front Row Left: Alfred Déchanet, Thomas P. McKay and daughter Isabelle McKay
|51||Déchanet, Alfred, Residence 1901
NE Corner of 4th and Bailey, Wabasha, MN
As of 2012 the NE Corner of 4th and Bailey in Wabasha, MN was a school yard.
|52||Déchanet, Dorothea Lucy "Dora"|
|53||Déchanet, Grace |
|55||Ducatel, Lise Fuller|
|57||Eriksen, Anders Familie i Nørgaard, Lindholm, Aalborg, DK|
1. Christian Budolfsen 2. Ingrid Eriksen Budolfsen 3. Niels Sørensen Nørgaard 4. Jens Cajus Eriksen 5. Anders Eriksen 6. Jøgen Jørgensen 7. Thomas Jørgensen 8. Elisabeth Margrethe Eriksen Jørgensen 9. Ellen Eriksen 10. Jenny Eriksen 11. Svend Budolfsen 12. Sørine Margrethe 'Grethe' Sørensen Nørgaard 13. Mette Marie Nielsdatter Sørensen Nørgaard 14. Else Marie Sørensen Eriksen 15. Else Jørgensen Eriksen
Cika 1917 i Nørgaard i Lindholm Aalborg Amt Danmark.
Circa 1917 in the garden of the farm Nørgaard Lindholm Aalborg County Denmark
|58||Eriksen, Anders i Villerup, Skallerup, Hjørring, DK|
1. Jens Cajus Eriksen 2. - 8. karlene [farm workers]
9. Ingrid Eriksen 10. Anna Eriksen 11. - 12. pigerne [house maids]
13. Elisabeth Margrethe Eriksen 14. Ellen Eriksen 15. Else Marie Sørensen Eriksen 16. Anders Eriksen
|59||Eriksen, Børn af Dyrlæge Jens Eriksen og Ane Johanna Jensen|
Inger, Ottha, Johanne (Mor), Ditte
|60||Eriksen, Ditte, Inger, Ottha, Knud|
Tilbage: Laura Katherine "Ditte", Inger Marie
Forside: Ottha Larsetty, Kund Aage
Børn af Dyrlæge Jens Eriksen og Ane Johanna Jensen
|62||Eriksen, Else Jørgensen|
|63||Eriksen, Else Marie Sørensen|
|64||Eriksen, Eriksen Familie Plot|
Cemetery in Hjørring
|65||Eriksen, Inge Marie Ottosdatter|
|66||Eriksen, Inger Marie Ottosdatter og hendes søskende med deres ægtefæller
Eriksen, Inger Marie Ottosdatter and her siblings with their spouses
01: Laurette Valentine Knudsen Toft b. 1862; 02: *Jens Berthel Ottosen b. 1860; 003: *Karen Ottosdatter b. 1842; 04: *Guido Dusine Ottosdatter b. 1862; 05: Magdeline Kristoffersen b. 1847; 06:*Else Margrethe Ottosdatter b. 1848; 07: Ole Christian Olesen b. 1960; 08: *Bertelline Ottosdatter b. 1859; 09: Frederikke Larsdatter Jensen; 10: *Inger Marie Ottosdatter b. 1843; 11: *Lars Ottosen b. 1844; 12: Peder Christian Jensen; 13:Lars Peter Eriksen b. 1840; 14:*Christen Ottosen b.1846; 15: Christen Oluf Holm b. 1856; 16: Berthel Christian Ingvardsen b. 1850; 17: *Johanne Marie Ottosdatter b. 1852; 18: *Carl Jens Arenstorff Ottosen b. 1850; 19: Marie Mortensen b. 1858; *søskende (siblings)
|68||Eriksen, Jens Cajus|
|69||Eriksen, Jens Dyrlæge |
Dyrlæge Jens Eriksen
|70||Eriksen, Jens Jensen|
|71||Eriksen, Jens Jensen, Nørresundby, portr.jpg|
Ane "Johanne" Jensen Eriksen
|74||Eriksen, Lars Peter|
Lars Peter Eriksen
|75||Eriksen, Lars Peter, Jens, Else Margrethe, Knud Christian [L-R]|
Børn af Erik Larsen og Anne Catherine Jensdatter.
Children of Erik Larsen and Anne Catherine Jensdatter.
|76||Eriksen, Ukendt [Unknown]|
Hendes første og sidste navn er ukendt
Her first and last name are unknown
Son of Jean Baptist Faribault
|78||Faribault, Charles Oliver|
Son of Daniel F. Faribault
|79||Faribault, Euphrosine St. Antoine|
Wife of George Faribault
|80||Faribault, George Henry|
|81||Faribault, Jean Baptist|
|82||Faribault, Oliver Leonard|
Son of Charles O. Faribault
|83||Fuller Coal Mine Carbon, Tipple system, 1920|
Fuller Coal Mine Tipple. During the Fuller tenure, before the rail line came in 1921, the mine opening was down at the bottom of the coulee just to the left in this picture. The mine had a rail system inside the mine where ponies pulled coal cars in and out of the mine at the bottom of the coulee and a cable winch system driven by horses pulled the cars on a small rail system up the hill to a tipple which dumped the coal into horse drawn wagons. The little rail cars were loaded inside the mine and pulled out by small ponies (Babe Fuller was a Pony driver). At that point the small rail cars were hitched to the winch cable and pulled up the hill on a small rail way and this picture clearly shows the horses at the top of the hill walking around and pulling the cars up the hill.
Very early day tractor on the Fuller Farm
|85||Fuller farm pictures 1936|
Farming Pictures from the Carbon, Alberta area, 1936
|86||Fuller farm, Carbon, Alberta, Canada|
Good picture of a car they drove at the time on the Fuller Farm
|87||Fuller farmhouse in the winter|
|88||Fuller Mine 1920, Cable Tipple|
|89||Fuller, Ada Morris|
Wife of William Burtt Fuller
Alfred Fuller fixing his car
|92||Fuller, Alfred and wife Annetta|
|93||Fuller, Alfred Michael|
|94||Fuller, Allen and family |
L=Ned, Allen, Fred, Paul and Mabel and Mary in front
Taken in 1927 on the Allen Fuller Farm
|95||Fuller, Allen and Ida Buchholz family|
L to R: Roy Johnson, Orville Jensen, Ada Fuller Jensen, Marlene Jensen(maybe), Mabel Fuller Johnson, Fred Fuller, Blanch Johnson Stanton, Mervyn Stanton, Cecilia Fuller Patterson, Paul Jasper Fuller, Ned Fuller
Picture taken at the funeral of Ida Mary Buchholz - 13 May 1952
|96||Fuller, Allen Ray|
|97||Fuller, Annie "Anna Belle"|
Annie Fuller McLellan, Balderson
Born 20 Oct 1884, Iona, Minnesota, USA
Died 1 April 1976, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
|98||Fuller, Annie Balderson|
Carbon Baseball Team, League Champions 1937-38
Back Row: Left-Right
Leo Trepanier [Catcher], Bob Stahl [Manager], Alex Poxon [Bookkeeper], Bill Kapaniuk [First base], John Gablehouse [Assistant], Andy Kapaniuk [L. Field].
Center Row: L-R
Herb McCrady [R. Field], Bruce Ramsay [Third Base], Babe Fuller [C. Field].
Front Row: L-R
__ Lynn [Short Stop], Harry Woods - with daughter Betty [Second Base], Jack Mathers [Pitcher].
Bottom: Bobby Leitch [Bat Boy].
Missing from the Picture:
Norman Nash [Fielder], Cecil Trumbley [Short Stop], Mike Romanchuck [Left Pitcher].
|100||Fuller, Babe and Elma wedding day, June 2, 1940 |
Babe Fuller & Elma Ohlhausen were married on her family farm east of Carstairs, Alberta, Canada.
L-R; Eddie Ohlhausen (brother); Henry & Nathalia Ohlhausen (parents); Paul & Irene (sister) Hauser with son Don Hauser; Babe & Elma Fuller.