|Born||08 Jul 1902||St Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, USA |
|Died||14 Aug 1959||Calgary, Alberta, Canada |
|Buried||Carbon Cemetery, Carbon, Kneehill, Alberta, Canada |
|Last Modified||28 Oct 2016|
|Father||Charles Woodman Fuller, b. 11 Jul 1861, Dunkirk, Chautauqua, New York, USA , d. 07 Oct 1937, Calgary, Alberta, Canada (Age 76 years)|
|Mother||Grace Déchanet, b. 22 Feb 1868, Wabasha, Wabasha, Minnesota, USA , d. 01 Dec 1932, Carbon, Alberta, Canada (Age 64 years)|
|Married||26 Nov 1891||St Paul, Ramsey, Minnesota, USA [4, 5]|
|Photos||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)
|Fuller, Charles Woodman and Grace Dechanet family|
Bk L. Glen, Bell, Harry, Roy, Dora, Alfred, Ralph.
Sit, Charles W, Grace.
Fr Ollie, Sebastian (Babe).
|Fuller, Grace Dechanet Fuller and her girls|
L-standing: daughters Dora & Bell and Ellen Kyle Fuller (wife of Harry Fuller)
|Documents||Fuller, Charles Woodman Fuller - Family Medical Book|
|Fuller, Charles Woodman - Family Medical Book|
The Charles W Fuller family Medical Book or Home Encyclopedia of Health has recently came to light as it was handed down in the family from Grace Dechanet Fuller to her daughter Belle Fuller Vaughan and then down to her daughter Barbara Vaughan and family. It has been well used and is without the front or back covers (and a few pages in the front) and is some 5 inches thick and contains some 1400 pages. The book is in fact 10 books in one and covers all aspects of health and the human body as seen by the author in 1904. It is so complete that it even covers detailed pictures of bone and muscle placement.
We can imagine our ancestor Grace Dechanet Fuller using this book almost daily with her family of nine children and are thankful that it was handed down in the family.
The attached file is interactive to a website that has the entire book and that website is secure.
|Histories||Fuller, Charles Woodman - an Historical Profile|
The Life and Times of Charles Woodman Fuller
|Albums||Fuller Coal Mine, Carbon, Alberta Canada (18)|
The Fuller family owned and operated the Fuller coal mine for some years about 1920. The mine opened in 1918 and went through several owners before it eventually shut down in 1930. The mine was a big part of the Fuller family life for many years. Charles also built a rooming house for the miners in the area and Grace was the cook and manager during this time it was open.
|Fuller Farm and Ranch, Carbon, Alberta, Canada (56)|
Babe Fuller said that the boys in the Fuller family were farmers to help on the farm but they were also cowboys and loved activities of being cowboys including bucking broncs and all that goes with that. We know that some of the boys participated in the Calgary Stampede, a big yearly rodeo event.
Glen signed up for the army in 1916 and listed as "Ranch Cowboy" as his profession or trade and in another questionnaire he listed "Horse Breaker" as his profession. Harry listed "Farmer" on his.
|Family ID||F7||Group Sheet|
|Pin Legend||: Address : Location : City/Town : County/Shire : State/Province : Country : Not Set|
|Photos||Ralph Fuller at the Calgary Stampede|
Here Ralph is riding in the Calgary Stampede Parade and I am sure the city folk found this part of the wild west fascinating. Ralph was always clowning around.
Here Ralph is in an army uniform. Not much is known as to what part he played in the war.
|Ralph with Raymond Vaughan (Blond) and Charles Fuller|
Raymond Vaughan was the son of Belle and Jack Vaughan, who died in a gun accident when he was very small.
Charles Fuller was the son of Harry and Nellie Fuller, who grew up to have a family of his own
|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.
Ralph Fuller the Cowboy -- the life he loved
|Headstones||Fuller, Ralph and Oliver Woodman, Carbon, Alberta|
REST IN PEACE
Plot: Plot 197