Philip FULKERSON was baptized in the Dutch Reformed Church at New Brunswick,
New Jersey on 23 Mar 1753. He was commissioned as a Captain in the 2nd Battalion of Colonel Quick's Regiment, Somerset County Militia, almost a year before the Declaration of Independence. He reportedly married Elizabeth BRUNER about that same year.
NOTE: For decades, it has been more or less oral history that both Philip and his brother John married two BRUNER sisters. There is no known marriage record for Philip and Elizabeth.
However, confirmation of brother John's marriage to Margaret BRUNER came to us on page 25 of John's Revolutionary War pension application, in which his son Philip reported both the year they were married and her maiden name.
Further information on the origin of the Bruner sisters comes to us in 2010, in the form of research by a Bruner descendant.
Please click here to view it.
Philip took his family to Jefferson Co., Kentucky (then part of Virginia) by 1782. There are two Mercer Co., KY records concerning Philip: he and brother Jacob appraised the estate of a John Gordon in February 1792, and his son John was born there about 1795. He moved to Nelson Co., KY about 1803. He was living in Ohio Co., KY when he made his will on 21 Jun 1813. His will was proved in August 1813.
Adam FULKERSON ..................b. ca. 1777 in Somerset Co., NJ, d. June 1843 in Ohio Co., KY. He served during the War of 1812 from 15 Nov 1814 until 15 May 1815. According to some old handwritten notes by a Fulkerson-Harris descendant, he participated in the Battle of New Orleans on 8 Jan 1815. This would seem to be confirmed by his presence at Camp Jackson:
Adam Fulkerson Prvt. Capt. Wm.. Gannaway's Co of Inf.,
13 Reg't Kentucky Detached Mil. War of 1812
Appears on Company Muster Roll for Dec 31,1814 to Feb.28 1815 Roll dated Camp
Jackson Feb 28,1815 Date of appointment,enlistment or engagement Nov 15,
1814 To what time engaged or enlisted, May 15,1815 Present or absent PRESENT
(569) Humphries copyist
Adam Fulkerson Pvt. Capt. Wm Gunnaway's Co of Inf.,
13 Reg't Kentucky Detached Mil. War of 1812
Appears on Nov 15 to Dec 31 1814 Roll Call Camp Jackson Dec 31, 1814
Date of appointment, enlistment or engagement Nov 15,1814 to what time
engaged enlisted May 15, 1815 Present or absent PRESENT (569) Humphries
Adam Fulkerson Pvt. Capt. William Gannaway's Co of Inf.,
13 Reg't Kentucky detached Militia War of 1812
Appears on Muster Roll for Nov 15 to May 15,1815
Date of appointment or enlistment of Nove 151815 For what time engaged or
enlisted 6 mos Present or absent PRESENT Remarks and alterations since last
Muster 925. miles from place of residence (569) Humphries copyist
F 13 Gray's Ky Militia
Pvt. Capt. William Gunnaways Co. of Inf.,
13 Reg't Kentucky Detached Militia War of 1812
Appears on Company Pay Roll for Nov 15, 1814 To May 15 1815 Roll
dated Not dated Commencement of service Nov. 15, 1814 Expiration of service
May 15 1815 Time paid for 6 months 0 days Pay per Month 8 dollars 0 cents
Amount of pay 48 dollars 0 cents Total mount 48 dollars 0 cents (569)
Adam m. (1st) to Rebecca WAKELAND on 27 Aug 1802 in Bourbon Co., KY and had six children. He m. (2nd) to Mary BAILEY, probably about 1824, and had four more children. All ten children were born in Ohio Co., KY. The following is the extract of his will, which mentions several of his children:
Ohio Co. KY. Will Book C, p. 6, probated July 5, 1843 - "Will of Adam, asks that his just debts be paid out of his personal estate that can be
Spared out of the use of the family, and the Exec. herinafter
appointed to judge what can be sold. His two sons and two daughters
now living with him shall have the use of the plantation on which he
lives, and all of the personal property after selling a sufficient
quanity to pay the debts and other expenses until son, Oliver arrives
at the age of 21 years. And for the use of the said plantation, they
must keep in good repair. At that time all the rest of the personal
estate not disposed of, to be sold by the exec. and equally divided
between all his heirs. To son, Thomas E., one two year olf filly.
Which fillys they are to have at his death. To two daughters, Julia
and Susan T., one featherbed and bedstead and furniture to each.
Oliver P. to have nine months of schooling at the expense of the
estate. Appoints his friends , George L. Smith and son, Philip as
exec., to see that the property left for the use of the family is
carefully taken care of.June 27, 1843. John and Philip B., witnesses.
Probated July 5, 1843. On August 14, 1843, the Execs named in the will
qualified, and entered into bond of $1000 with Joshua Benton and John
C. Wakeland as their sureties."
Molly "Milly" FULKERSON.........1804-, m. Levi WISE [son of Tobias WISE (1777 - 1856) and Mary GRIGSBY (1779 - 1862)] on 25 Dec 1823, Ohio Co., KY. An unconfirmed report states she lived to 1909; however, another states that Levi remarried in 1840 to Elizabeth SMITH and had two further children, Elizabeth and Levi. This information and names of children obtained from a
Nancy FULKERSON...................b. 1805; m. James BENTON on 25 Jul 1829, Ohio Co., KY
Fariba "Rebecca" FULKERSON....b. 1807; m. Edward COVINGTON on 25 Oct 1836, Ohio Co., KY
Margaret FULKERSON................b. 1810, d. after 1850; m. George L. SMITH (son of Hannah VAUGHT and Elias Guess SMITH, per the Vaught family ) on 3 Dec 1829, Ohio Co., KY
Kinchlo FULKERSON..................b. ca. 1810, d. ca. 1818, age 8 years
Philip Adam FULKERSON...........b. 18 May 1814, d. 2 Apr 1904; m. cousinMary Jane FULKERSON on 22 Jan 1839 in Ohio Co., KY, moved to Cass Co., MO by 1850, had 12 children. Per one family history, Philip's life was seriously affected by the events of the Civil War. Immediately after the Quantrill raid on Lawrence, Kansas in August 1863, the Union army retaliated against the mostly-Southern sympathizing residents of Cass, Bates, Jackson and Vernon counties. In the infamous
General Order #11,
the Union commanders required Northern sympathizers living more than a mile from a town to abandon their farms and move to Union military camps, and required the Southern-leaning populace to leave the state of Missouri altogether. In rapid order the population of Cass County went from ten thousand to just a few hundred, and various guerrillas on both sides burned everything in sight. For years afterward this devastated area was known as the Burnt District. Philip and other Fulkersons went back to Kentucky, then returned to their farms at the close of the war. The book "Tears and Turmoil, Order #11" by Joanne Chiles Eakin, tells of his ordeal:
"Their house was burned by Bushwhackers with about 5 minutes notice and they went back to Kentucky due to Order #11, to return in a few years when the war was over. At least one of the three trips was made on foot with her carrying a small child and him carrying everything they owned on his back."
For more information about Philip, see the letter, written by his grandson Ralph Judson FULKERSON.
Margaret Adeline FULKERSON....1 (or 2?) Mar 1841-17 Jan 1912, b. Echols, Ohio Co., KY, m. (1st) J.J. HUBBLE on 5 Jun 1859 and (2nd) Ambus MORRISS, d. in Cass Co., MO. Her second husband was English, and bought land cheaply in Cass County following the Civil War, from someone who had been driven out by Union soldiers and chosen not to return.
Joel H. HUBBLE....m. Lucy FULLBRIGHT
Mary Frances MORRISS....1869-1943
Ambus Seymore MORRISS....1870-1879
Philip Adam MORRISS....1872-1957
William Rayson MORRISS....1874-1879
Margaret Adeline MORRISS....
Elizabeth Overton MORRISS....
George Ennis MORRISS....1881-1952. His daughter Marjorie had a history of the Fulkersons that had been handed down through the family.
Adam Marion FULKERSON....17 Jan 1843-24 Jun 1909, b. at Echols, Ohio Co., KY. He served in the Confederate army during the Civil War in Co. E of Hurst's Regiment in 1861-62 and Co. E., 4th Missouri Regiment in 1862-63, captured following the siege of Vickburg and was a POW at Alton, IL. He went to Kentucky at the end of the war, then back to Missouri in 1866. Adam m. Almira L. PARKS (a schoolteacher from Clinton, MO) on 24 Nov 1868 in Cass Co., MO, and d. in Cass Co., MO. He was part owner of the Fulkerson & Parks drug store in Clinton, MO. He once employed his son Henry as a druggist there. (An 1883 town history noted the drug store was built on the site of the town's first hotel, which "was a first class structure, looked a good deal like a cattle pen.") Alvira's father and brother had a law office in Clinton, MO.
Henry Parks FULKERSON....1869-, m. Annabelle WILES, was a druggist in Clinton, MO, moved to California, then returned to Missouri and worked in Kansas City
Mary Martha FULKERSON....m. an ELLIS
Harry Wiles FULKERSON....m. twice, 2 children
Charles Allen FULKERSON....m. Nora CHEATHAM, moved to California, then returned to work in the law office of his grandfather PARKS and uncle Payton PARKS in Clinton, MO.
Charles Allen FULKERSON....
Richard Ennis FULKERSON....25 Nov 1844-4 Dec 1933, b. in Echols, Ohio Co., KY. Nephew Ralph stated he spent the Civil War years in Illinois, then went back to Missouri before the rest of the family returned and joined a wagon train across the plains. He m. Martha E. BEST on 3 Jul 1873 in Cass Co., MO, d. Kirbyville, Taney Co., MO.
Mary Maude FULKERSON....m. George VAN ZANT, lived at Kirbyville and Branson, MO, had six children
Cora FULKERSON....m. Hiram BRYAN or BRYANT
Sallie Mary FULKERSON....11 Feb 1846-7 Jul 1846, Echols, Ohio Co., KY, d. Echols, Ohio, Kentucky
Chesterfield Taylor FULKERSON....14 Jul 1848-15 Oct 1856, b. Echols, Ohio Co., KY
Christopher Columbus FULKERSON....25 Aug 1850-14 Jan 1939, b. Cass Co., MO, m. Sadie HARDEN (b. OH ca. 1853) on 24 Dec 1873 in Cass Co., MO, d. in Cass Co., MO. Listed on 1880 Census as "C.C. FALKERSON" and living at Osage, Henry Co., Missouri.
Ray Lee FULKERSON....28 Nov 1879-, b. in Cass Co., MO
Mamie FULKERSON....6 Dec 1880-, b. in Cass Co., MO
Sadie Alice FULKERSON....5 Aug 1883-, b. in Cass Co., MO
James Nelson FULKERSON....25 Mar 1852-6 Mar 1901, b. Cass Co., MO, m. Jennie B. LEWIS in Feb 1879 in Cass Co., MO, lived on farms in Cass Co. and Bates Co., MO
Walter Lee FULKERSON....24 Dec 1881-, b. Cass Co., MO, had 3 children and at least 8 grandchildren
Robert Morris FULKERSON....8 May 1854-4 Mar 1855, b. Cass Co., MO
John Perry FULKERSON....4 Jan 1856-12 Jan 1923, b. Cass Co., MO
George Pulliam FULKERSON....19 May 1858-7 Sep 1930, b. Cass Co., MO, m. Dora McCUAN on 24 Oct 1883, had no known children
William Judson FULKERSON....20 Mar 1860-18 Nov 1950, b. Cass Co., MO, m. Nannie Elizabeth WOOLERY on 5 Sep 1888. He lived on the original family farm in Cass Co., taking care of his parents. He remained there until after his daughter's death in 1918, then moved to Buho, Idaho and had a small home near his son's home, d. at Buho, Idaho. Their known children were:
Ralph Judson FULKERSON....1890-, b. Cass Co., MO, lived in Buho, Idaho, had at least one daughter. In 1972 he wrote a letter containing his recollections to his cousin Marjorie Patterson, telling of his grandparents Philip Adam FULKERSON (1814-1904) and Mary Jane FULKERSON.
Mary Jane FULKERSON....22 Aug 1891-1918, b. and d. in Cass Co., MO, died during the 1918 influenza epidemic that killed millions worldwide
Ann Eliza FULKERSON....5 Mar 1863-17 Jun 1881
Julia A. FULKERSON..................b. after 1824, outlived youngest brother Oliver Perry
Susan FULKERSON....................b. after 1824
Oliver Perry FULKERSON...........b. after 1824, had 9 months of school left when father died in 1843, still living with sister Margaret in 1850, d. ca. 1861 (will)
Thomas Ennis FULKERSON Sr.........12 Nov 1835-4 Nov 1871. May have been born earlier than 1835. He m. Susannah B. HUNLEY (1832-1872) on 29 Sep 1852, reportedly in Montgomery County, TN. Thomas was listed as a blacksmith on the 1860 Ohio Co. census. He moved his family to Texas by 1861, per brother Oliver Perry's will. They reportedly settled in Hopkins County,TX.
Martha J. FULKERSON........b. 1854 in Ohio Co., KY, m. Hanibal A. TAYLOR in Ohio Co., KY on 15 May 1877
Adam Bailey FULKERSON........b. 28 Mar 1855 in Coralvo, Ohio Co., KY
Wirt A. FULKERSON........16 Mar 1857-1863
Oliver P. FULKERSON........b. 1859
Susan M. FULKERSON........1862-1863
Annie FULKERSON........b. 1863
Thomas Ennis FULKERSON Jr.........m. Dora McLOUGHLIN (b. Dec 1871, Texas)
Clyde FULKERSON........b. ca. 1893
Ennis FULKERSON........b. June 1894 in Texas
Bonnie FULKERSON........b. ca. 1895 in Texas
Elbert H. FULKERSON........1897-1964, b. in Texas, married LaVernice ____ and had 4 children
Hazel FULKERSON........b. August 1899, reportedly in Muhlenberg Co., KY
Jane "Jenny" FULKERSON...b. ca. 1779 in Somerset Co., NJ, m. Samuel ROBERTSON on 17 Feb 1801 in KY, moved to Burnt Prairie, White Co., IL, where she died in 1845; 4 children
Philip C. ROBERTSON...............b. 1802, Mercer Co., KY, d. 1888, Ohio Co., KY; m. Martha BLEVINS 26 Dec 1822 in Ohio Co., KY
Tolbert ROBERTSON....21 Sep 1823-28 Feb 1899, m. Mary Hill WARDEN (b. 21 May 1824) on 28 Feb 1844
Empress Josephine ROBERTSON....6 Nov 1848-13 Jun 1939, m. on 25 Aug 1870 to Dr. Charles William LAYTON (13 Jun 1839-31 Mar 1900)
Martha Jane ROBERTSON....21 Jun 1851-23 Jul 1923, m. William Harrison HAMM (3 Dec 1840-19 Jul 1899)
Mary Emery ROBERTSON....21 May 1853-, m. on 21 Jun 1883 to Isaac Sylvester BROWN (7 Mar 1847-11 Nov 1898)
Charles Sturgeon ROBERTSON....30 Sep 1857-26 Feb 1897, m. Linnie DUKE
Jefferie Gertrude ROBERTSON....31 Aug 1860-, m. on 4 Oct 1883 to Addison Donnie TAYLOR (b. 8 Aug 1858)
Clarence ROBERTSON.....26 Nov 1868-4 Jan 1917, m. Eva LANGFORD
Jefferson Davis ROBERTSON....b. 1861
Greenberry ROBERTSON....b. ca. 1827, m. cousin Margaret V. FULKERSON, daughter of John I. FULKERSON and Nancy Polly GRAVES
Mary C ROBERTSON....b. 1849, m, on 16 Nov 1871 to Daniel TICHENOR
Martha A ROBERTSON....b. 1851, m. on 1 Oct 1876 to James BELL
Samuel Dow ROBERTSON....b. 1853, m. on 3 Sep 1874 to Rachel ROWE
John B ROBERTSON....b. 1859, m. Alice McDANIELS
Phillip ROBERTSON....b. 1862, m. Niley STRINGER
Elijah Green ROBERTSON....13 Apr 1867-5 May 1955, m. Laura WILLIAMS (23 Mar 1860-15 Feb 1937)
Darrell ROBERTSON....13 Feb 1895-5 Jan 1980
Raymond ROBERTSON...21 Aug 1898-16 Feb 1969, taught school at Centertown, KY; buried at Central Grove Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY
Samuel J. ROBERTSON....13 Feb 1828-3 Jul 1852
James ROBERTSON....b. ca. 1831, served in the Confederacy
Lorenzo Dow ROBERTSON....b. ca. 1833, m. Nancy Ellen GRIGSBY on 20 Nov 1853. He would lend his middle and then his full name to later Fulkersons. He was probably named for the popular [and by choice, impoverished] evangelist Lorenzo DOW (1777-1834), known for the "Jerking Exercise" effect of his sermons. The Library of Congress site describes him as a "spellbinding but eccentric traveling Methodist evangelist who could still a turbulent camp meeting with 'the sound of his voice or at the sight of his fragile but awe-inspiring presence.' Dow's audiences often exhibited unusual physical manifestations under the influence of his impassioned preaching." (Click to see image: Lorenzo Dow and the Jerking Exercise.)
Philip Ross ROBERTSON....28 May 1838-9 Feb 1920, m. on 9 Feb 1865 to Elizabeth WADE (29 Jun 1836-12 Feb 1904)
Martha ROBERTSON....22 Jan 1841-14 Jan 1843
Margaret Elizabeth ROBERTSON....b. ca. 1845, m. on 18 Jul 1867 to Jacob TICHENOR
Dr. James ROBERTSON...b. 2 Jan 1806, Echols, Ohio Co., KY, d. 28 Nov 1875, Ohio Co., KY; m. cousinElizabeth FULKERSON on 9 Nov 1828 in White Co., IL (NOTE: Two family sources stated his middle name was Fulkerson. However, that middle name does not appear on his tombstone nor on other known records.)
Adam ROBERTSON...................b. 1817, Ohio Co., KY
Philip Bruner FULKERSON............b. 1 Jan 1785, d. 14 Feb 1845; m. Sarah Ann TAYLOR (the 7th of 15 children, known as Sally, b. 2 Feb 1794 in Frederick Co., VA, dau. of Richard TAYLOR and Sarah CORNET) ca. 1810. They remained in Ohio Co., KY, where all 13 (or 14?) children were born. A great-granddaughter stated he was a shoemaker and a cooper, having a yard where barrels and kegs were made.
Alfred FULKERSON...........3 Aug 1810-4 Jan 1860-, b. in Ohio Co., KY, buried in Dick Horney Taylor Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY. Alfred m. Hannah TAYLOR, dau. of Septimus TAYLOR, on 25 Apr 1835. (NOTE: The TAYLOR family lived in Virginia from the 1600s, and has been traced back to England. They have an indirect link to U.S. President Zachary TAYLOR.) Hannah died in 1876.
Margaret E. "Peg" FULKERSON.....1836-, m. Arthur S. Asher WALLACE
Alice B. WALLACE....1855-
John W. WALLACE....1858-19 Jun 1863, buried in Dick Horney Taylor Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY.
Mariah M. WALLACE....1860-
Eliza Jane FULKERSON.....15 Oct 1837-29 Jun 1928, b. in Ohio Co., KY, m. Jeremiah DEXTER, son of Benjamin DEXTER and Elizabeth WARDEN, on 17 Jun 1868 at Ohio Co, KY. Jeremiah was a sheriff in Ohio Co. The 1880 Census found her widowed with three daughters, living at Beaver Dam, Ohio Co., KY. Her brother Charles, age 29 and single, lived in the household and was listed as a farmer. Later, Eliza went to Texas to live with the KELLEY and GOLIGHTLY families. She died at Roswell, Chaves Co., NM, at age 90, and was buried on a farm owned by the SPEED family.
Ellanora DEXTER....21 Oct 1869-26 Mar 1959, name also reported as Elnora, m. Washington Lafayette SPEED
Rosannah Elizabeth DEXTER....6 Mar 1871-, name also reported as Hannah, m. William F. ROBINSON
Marinda DEXTER....22 Apr 1876-28 Mar 1910, m. Mathew KELLEY, d. at Ennis, Ellis Co., TX
William T. FULKERSON.....ca. 1840-1877, m. Amelia B. HOCKER on 28 Oct 1860. Per a HOCKER family research site,
"Amelia and William Fulkerson had four children before William died, all born in Ohio Co, Ky....William Taylor Fulkerson was a farmer as shown in the 1870 Ohio Co, Ky census. William Taylor Fulkerson died the 14th of July 1877 in Ohio Co, Ky. The 1880 Ohio Co, Ky census shows Amelia was a widow and she had three children living with her. Then the widow Amelia B [Hocker] Fulkerson married her second cousin the widower John Wesley Hocker the 21st of January 1890 in Ohio Co, Ky. Amelia B [Hocker] Fulkerson Hocker died the 11th of July 1893 and is buried with her parents in the Hocker Cemetery located on the Arnold Render farm."
Ira FULKERSON....1862-, listed as age 17 on 1880 Census
George FULKERSON....1863-before 1880.
Cythia H. FULKERSON....1866-, was age 14 on 1880 Census
Luli FULKERSON.....age 7 on 1880 Census
John C. FULKERSON.....1841- , m. Joan Ann HARPOLE on 23 Oct 1873 in Henderson Co., KY
James Alfred FULKERSON.....18 Feb 1843-5 Jul 1907, buried in Render Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY. James married Nancy America ALBIN (13 Nov 1849-6 Apr 1890) on 5 May 1881.
Lodema FULKERSON....16 Mar 1882-20 Mar 1967, buried in Render Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY.
She m. William Lee FISHER (12 Apr 1876-6 Mar 1933) on 8 Oct 1902. He was a coal miner.
James Leonard FISHER....1903-1904
William Thurston FISHER....5 Sep 1906-16 Jul 1968
Archie Kenneth FISHER....27 May 1908-1 Mar 1967, died in St. Petersburg, FL where he was a prominent business leader. President of the "4th Street Foundation," his ashes were scattered in the median. One source states he was involved in the development of TV Guide magazine.
Anna Murl FISHER....7 Jan 1911-3 Jan 1989
Margaret Ethel FISHER....13 Apr 1913-
Carl Pendleton FISHER....24 Jun 1915-13 Jul 1982, buried in Rose Hill Cem., Kissimmee, FL
Hosea FULKERSON....26 Jan 1884-22 Mar 1958
Verna Ellen FULKERSON....1886-Apr 1890
Septimus Philip FULKERSON.....11 Feb 1845-12 Mar 1912, m. Mary MADDOX (b. 20 Oct 1858, dau. of Elijah and Nancy Statler MADDOX) on 16 Apr 1878. A Kentucky biography (1880s) reported he was a miner and farmer, raising corn, tobacco and stock, a member of the Methodist church and in politics a Democrat.
Etta FULKERSON.....Sep 1881-
Oran FULKERSON.....Oct 1883-
Zada FULKERSON.....Sep 1886-
Ida E. FULKERSON....died young
Nannie Ettie FULKERSON
Owen Pigman FULKERSON
Priscilla M. FULKERSON.....
Charles W. FULKERSON....b. ca. 1851, he was listed as a 29 year old farmer in 1880, living with sister Eliza at Beaver Dam, Ohio Co., KY. There was a Charles FULKERSON, age 49, in Daviess County, KY, in the 1900 Census.
Sara C. FULKERSON....m. a MADDOX
Heads of Household - 1840 Census - Ohio County, Kentucky
transcribed 1999 by Nita Pearce /email@example.com/, proofread by Meg Ryan /Megryano@aol.com/ for the USGenWeb Archives Census Project, http://www.usgenweb.org/census
Elizabeth FULKERSON........7 Mar 1812-12 Mar 1912, b. at Echols, Ohio Co., KY,
Dr. James ROBERTSON
Elizabeth Fulkerson ROBERTSON
Above photos courtesy of Mike Patterson, Colleyville, TX
(1806-1875), lived in White Co., IL. Elizabeth lived 5 days past her 100th birthday. Their known children included:
Margaret FULKERSON.........b. 23 Jul 1814, d. after 1885; m. George W. GRAVES on 27 Feb 1837 (or 1834?) in Ohio Co., KY, lived in Burnt Prairie, White Co., IL
Thomas Y. FULKERSON..........b. 15 Jan 1816; m. cousinSusan A. FULKERSON on 12 Dec 1836 in Ohio Co., KY, had 6 children. After her death in 1852, he m. (2) Martha GRIGSBY on 1 Feb 1854, and within five years m. (3) Malena Jo HARRELSON, having four more children. He is found on the 1860 Census, working as a carpenter and living with Malena and his 1-yr-old daughter Martha Eleanor at Woodbury, Butler Co., KY.
Thomas Y. FULKERSON's children by Susan A. FULKERSON were:
Sally FULKERSON.....1837-10 Jan 1922, m. (1st) Richard KILMER on 20 Oct 1856 and (2nd) John W. HUNTER on 7 Sep 1858, divorced by 1866
Susan FULKERSON.....b. 21 Oct 1843, married former brother-in-law John W. HUNTER in 1866
John Bruner FULKERSON....29 Nov 1845- , m. Mary YONTS, daughter of his father's sister Rachel FULKERSON and 'Sam' YONTS, on 10 Jan 1866
Inez Rosetta FULKERSON....born 12 Sept 1875, m. J. M. DUNCAN (11 Feb 1873- 11 Apr 1943), died 12 Nov 1962 per headstone at Lone Star Cemetery, on Rockport Ceralvo Road, between Centertown and Rockport, Ohio County, Kentucky. She had 13 children, seven of whom survived childhood:
Mary Ellen DUNCAN....25 Mar 1896-31 Jul 1964, buried at Lone Star
Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY
Clifton DUNCAN....8 Nov 1897-22 Aug 1898, buried at Fulkerson Cemetery, Ohio
George Lem DUNCAN....29 June 1899-27 Oct 1981 per headstone at Lone Star Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY
Katie Belle DUNCAN....29 Dec 1900-22 Dec 1982, buried at Lone Star
Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY
Maggie M. DUNCAN....26 Apr 1902-28 Jan 1905, buried at Fulkerson Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY
Verlie Lee DUNCAN....21 Dec 1903-17 Aug 1905, buried at Fulkerson Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY
James Herbert DUNCAN....13 Feb 1905-11 May 1984, buried at Lone Star
Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY
Otto B. DUNCAN....27 Apr 1908-7 Feb 1909, buried at Fulkerson Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY
Roscoe D. DUNCAN....27 Apr 1908-5 Oct 1999 (twin), buried at Lone Star
Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY
Francis DUNCAN....16 Apr 1910-31 Aug 1910, buried at Fulkerson Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY
Nora Lee DUNCAN....18 Oct 1913-1 Jan 1977
Earl Evans DUNCAN....20 Jun 1916-8 Oct 1920, buried at Fulkerson Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY
Ernest Harding DUNCAN....8 Nov 1920-4 Jul 1986, buried at Lone Star
Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY
Leuria Angeline FULKERSON.....1878-, spelled "Lura" in some histories, m. William Herbert TOMERLIN, per one of their descendants
Lemuel FULKERSON.....7 Sept 1879-19 Feb 1952, served in US Navy with rate of SC1 during WWI, per headstone at Lone Star Cemetery
Philip Graves FULKERSON.....b. 14 Mar 1848, m. Louisa (Ellen) ______
Margaret Elizabeth FULKERSON.....b. 25 May 1851, m. Noah HUNTER
Alfred M FULKERSON.....Apr 1852-Jun 1852
Thomas Y. FULKERSON's children by Malena Jo HARRELSON were:
Martha Eleanor FULKERSON.....31 Aug 1859-30 May 1943, b. in Ohio County, KY (birth recorded in Butler Co., KY, listing her mother as "HERRALDSON, Matina J"). She m. Aaron OWEN, had 11 children, d. in Butler County, KY.
William Harrelson FULKERSON.....7 Nov 1861-, b. at Woodbury, Butler County, KY [The Battle of Woodbury was fought there on 29 Oct 1861, just 9 days earlier, after the town was invaded by the 1st Mississippi Cavalry Regiment. The Confederates fled Butler County, joining other units at Bowling Green.]
Richard E. FULKERSON.....13 Oct 1863-, b. at Woodbury, Butler County, KY
Rosalind FULKERSON.....1866-, listed as Roseline on 1880 Census
Rachel FULKERSON............b. 26 Feb 1818-23 Aug 1902; m. Samuel YONTS, 18 Sep 1839 in Ohio Co., Kentucky (also reported as Lemuel 'Sam' YONTS, YONTZ and YOUNTS; 2 Feb 1816-10 Mar 1852). They were reported on the 1850 Census for Ohio County, Kentucky (District 1, taken 7 August 1850). Samuel is listed as "Lemual Yontz, 34, m....KY, Farmer, R/E Owned 200Value." Children Sarah and Margaret were attending school. The youngest of their six children was born just a few months earlier. By the 1870 Census, Rachel was widowed and living in Centerville (Ohio Co.) with daughters Martha and Rachel and son William. In the 1880 Census, Rachel is living in the same town with her son (William) Alonzo, his wife Emiline and their child Samuel.
Sarah Angeline YONTS....b. 26 June 1840 in Ohio Co., Kentucky, m. Louis William POLLMAN (b. Feb 1829 in Germany) on 19 Aug 1862. He died in 1910, and in that year's census she was listed as living at Smith Mills, Henderson Co., KY, with son Louis and her granddaughter Edna Pollman, daughter of son William.
Margaret Elizabeth YONTS....b. 22 Oct 1841 (this info reported by at least 2 sources but not confirmed by records)
Philip W. FULKERSON.........b. 1822; m. Jennie WILEY, was a farmer in 1850. By the start of the Civil War he had moved west to Cass Co., MO, as did brother Harrison, and then took an active role in the Confederacy. He was a 2nd Lt. in Co. B, 3rd Regt. Infantry, 8th Division on 26 Jun 1861, and became a Captain on 4 Apr 1862.
Sarah Ann 'Sally' FULKERSON....b. 1825; m. Philip PATE on 7 Dec 1842
Richard T.C. FULKERSON...........b. 1826, m. Eliza Jane MILLER (b. 4 Jul 1832 in KY, dau. of Stephen D. MILLER and Elizabeth DRAKE, on 16 Feb 1853
Harrison FULKERSON..................ca. 1828-1860. He m. Elizabeth McCONNELL of Muhlenberg Co., KY on 20 Dec 1852. (She was a sister of Frances McCONNELL who married William Hershey FULKERSON) They moved west to Cass Co., MO, as did brother Philip. Harrison was killed in 1860 when the anti-slavery Kansas Gang burned the town of Dayton in Cass County, during the Kansas-Missouri Border Wars that preceded the US Civil War. NOTE: Elizabeth returned to Kentucky with her children after Harrisons death and remarried twice. An Ohio Co., KY records states that a "Mrs. Elizabeth (McConnell and Fulkerson) DEXTER, a native of Muhlenberg Co., KY," married a Mr. KIMBLEY. A Kimbley researcher tells us that he was Francis E. KIMBLEY, Jr. (b. 1822), and that he died 13 May 1863 in Ohio Co., KY. However, that same researcher reported their wedding date as 1847.
Noah Davis FULKERSON.....1853-1855, buried Sunnyside Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY
Sarah Frances FULKERSON.....12 Nov 1856-8 Sep 1925, m. John Taylor ROWE (1856-1930) on 6 Apr 1876. She is buried at Ceralvo Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY
Leroy Penn FULKERSON.....1860-1944, m. on 9 Mar 1885 to Minnie Lou EVERLEY (6 Aug 1863-27 Aug 1947)
Catherine Ann "Kitty" FULKERSON....1 Apr 1829-30 Oct 1871; m. Wm. BROWN on 1 May 1849; died in Burnt Prairie, White Co., IL
Martha FULKERSON....................1832-5 Aug 1885; m. William ROBERTSON in 1856, lived 25 miles from Burnt Prairie, had 8 children, of whom 2 are known:
John D. FULKERSON....................b. 1835, m. on 17 Apr 1856 to Amanda C. PITTMAN (b. 1837, Todd Co., KY - per Pittman family records). They had eight known children:
Fulkerd FULKERSON ....ca. 1789-Apr 1867, b. in Mercer Co., KY. During his lifetime he lived in three states and had three wives. He m. (1st) Nancy GRIGSBY on 3 Feb 1808 in Ohio Co., KY; m. (2nd) 2 Apr 1818 to Mary (Polly) COLEMAN in Ohio Co., KY (recorded there as 30 Mar 1818, possibly the date of the license); and m. (3rd) Elizabeth RENO, about 1850. Fulkerd was listed as a charter member at the founding of the Mt. Pleasant Church, Burnt Prairie township, White County, Illinois in July 1830. He left Illinois and moved to Clark Co., Indiana about 1835 (and appeared on the 1840 census there). He moved back to Ohio Co., KY after 1850, where he died in Apr 1867. He and Nancy and Mary had at least 9 children.
According to Kentucky - A History of the State [by W. H. Perrin, J H Battle and G C Kniffin, 8th Edition published 1888, page 953], "Fulkerd when a young man, about 1812, came with his parents, who were among the early settlers, to Ohio Co, KY, then almost a wilderness. In this county Fulkerd Fulkerson was married, and after attaining his majority improved a farm on a part of his father's purchase, where he remained until the fall of 1823, when he sold and removed to White County, Illinois, where he bought a farm, and resided for some thirty-five years. His wife died in 1850 and in 1858, he sold his farm and returned to KY making his home with his children until his death, which occurred in April 1867 in his seventy-second year. "
It's possible he was in Indiana much earlier. A history of the founding of Ohio Twp, in Warrick Co., IN, tells us:
On the 13th of may, 1816, an election was held at the house of William Berry, in this township, for the purpose
of choosing a delegate to the Constitutional Convention preparatory to the admission of Indiana into the Union as a
State. Thirty-eight votes were cast, of which Daniel Grass received thirty-five, Bailey Anderson two, and Eneas
McAllister one. Samuel Snyder was President of the election board, and William Berry, Joab Garrett and Fulkerd
Fulkerson were Judges, and the Clerks were Azel W. Dorsey and William Ross.
Mariah FULKERSON.........1809-1898, b. in Ohio Co., KY, m. Wesley Ashcraft WILSEY (son of John WILTSE and Mary ASHCRAFT) on 23 Apr 1830 in White Co., IL. He died in Redwood City, CA in 1863. She died at Geyserville or Healdsburg, CA in 1898 and is buried at Skaggs Springs Cemetary, Sonoma Co., CA.
Mary Adeline WILSEY....b. 12 Aug 1848. She married Joseph James CLOUD.
Roy Walter CLOUD....24 Aug 1876-23 Aug 1952
David Crockett WILSEY....married Amanda Melvina MACK on 1 Oct 1884. Amanda was born on 11 Sep 1861 at Napa, Napa Co., CA and died in 1919 at Healdsburg, Sonoma Co., CA
[NOTE: There is an as-yet-untraced William M. FULKERSON, born about 1818-1819, found in White County, Illinois marriage records: he married Lucinda BRYANT in White Co., Illinois on 15 Aug 1844. Lucinda was the dau. of William BRYANT (b. VA, d. 28 Nov 1849 in White Co., IL) and Sarah TOMBS, who m. on 27 Jan 1825 in White Co., IL. They were at Newton, Jasper Co., IL for the 1850 Census, which listed him as a 31-year old carpenter with with a 21-year-old wife and two children. He was b. in KY, Lucinda in IL. Their children were William B., age 4 and Sarah, age 2.]
Henry Coleman FULKERSON.....4 Feb 1819-9 Sep 1892, b. in Ohio Co., KY, moved to Clark Co., Indiana with his parents about 1835, m. Mary "Polly" WILLIAMS (b. ca. 1825) of Scott Co., IN, on 25 Oct 1841. (They obtained their marriage license in La Grange County on 26 Oct 1840.) He was a farmer in Charlestown Twp., Clark Co., IN in 1850 (census). They moved to Burnt Prairie, White Co., IL in 1852, and Henry purchased a 480-acre farm near Liberty, IL. Henry and Mary are buried at Burnt Prairie.
Mary Jane FULKERSON.....18 Aug 1842 in Clark Co., IN, m. (1st) Elijah CRAVENS on 24 Mar 1861 in White Co., IL. They had 1 daughter before he was killed in the Civil War. Mary m. (2nd) 21 Sep 1865 to William MAJORS and had 6 more children.
William J. FULKERSON.....27 Aug 1843 in Clark Co., IN, m. (1st) Alice VAUGHT (1846-1885, b. in IL) on 8 Oct 1864. He had a farm of 180 acres at Burnt Prairie, where they raised 8 children. The 1880 Census found them at Burnt Prairie, White Co., Illinois After Alice's death, he married (2nd) her widowed sister, Elmira (Vaught) FREELAND on 15 Dec 1885 in White Co., IL. By 1900 he was separated and living with his mother, while Elmira was living with her FREELAND children and son Frank FULKERSON.
George Finis FULKERSON.....16 Sep 1865-29 Jul 1912. He was single and working in Kansas City, MO as a telephone company lineman when he died of tuberculosis of the left kidney, per his death certificate.
John FULKERSON.....27 Sep 1867-, may have died in the Philippines war about 1900
Minnie Delle FULKERSON.....27 Feb 1870-5 May 1943, m. 18 Sep 1889 to Frederick LOUGH in White Co. IL, lived in Anderson, IN, 8 children
Clara Belle FULKERSON.....24 Mar 1872-, m. (1) Jacob STANG in White Co., IL on 7 Mar 1892
Charles E. FULKERSON.....14 Apr 1874-
Samuel W. FULKERSON.....15 Sep 1876-, found dead at a hotel in St. Louis, MO
William Henry FULKERSON.....19 Oct 1880-, d. in Washington State
Thomas S. FULKERSON.....23 Aug 1903-
Cratis FULKERSON.....Aug 1882-, found dead on RR tracks in Syracuse, NY
Frank FULKERSON.....Nov 1890-
John Wesley FULKERSON.....11 Jul 1846 in Clark Co., IN, d. 1920, m. (1st) Carolyn FUNKHOUSER on 27 Sep 1868 in White Co., IL, and (2nd) Elizabeth SHIPLEY. John and Carolyn had 8 children:
William H. FULKERSON.....19 Sep 1869-8 May 1939, m. Nancy RENFRO on 17 Apr 1889
John Thomas FULKERSON.....1892-1928. Some family histories list him as John William FULKERSON. M. a GOWDY, reportedly on 19 Jun 1910, three sons.
Charles E. FULKERSON.....1896-
Harry M. FULKERSON.....1905-
Emmeretta FULKERSON.....1872-, b. in Carmi, IL, m. Loren RENFRO on 21 Nov 1889, 6 children reported, including:
Evaline FULKERSON..... 1 Dec 1883, b. in OK, m. John Wesley DART, Jr. (7 Dec 1880-13 Nov 1948, b. at Independence, Montgomery Co., KS, d. at Nowata, Nowata Co., OK) on 29 Nov 1900 in Montgomery Co., KS. Note: they both claim to be 26 years old on 1910 Census at Nowata Twp, Nowata Co., OK.
Martin E. FULKERSON.....6 Jun 1874-4 Feb 1942, m. Margaret A. CRISEL (aka "Mary"?) on 27 Aug 1893 in White Co. IL, 4 children:
John William FULKERSON.....Jun 1894-
Samuel J. FULKERSON.....Jun 1897
Eva E. FULKERSON.....Feb 1899-
Mary A. FULKERSON.....1878-, m. Lewis J. WILLIAMS on 3 Nov 1895 in White Co. IL, had 4 children
Rosa FULKERSON.....11 Nov 1880-16 Nov 1880
Charlotte Bell FULKERSON.....?-29 Jan 1884
G. Pearl FULKERSON.....Jun 1886-, m. a BOWDEN
Carrie Gertrude FULKERSON.....Nov 1892-, m. a HON
Priscilla Anne FULKERSON.....25 Jul 1851 in Clark Co., IN, d. 12 Mar 1911, m. Thomas VAUGHT (1844-1902) on 12 Jan 1868 in White Co., IL, had 13 children
George W. FULKERSON.....b. 25 Oct 1853 in White Co., IL, d. Apr 1856
Martin Theron FULKERSON.....17 May 1856-, m. on 8 Feb 1878 to Evaline HOOD (1862-1918) in White Co., IL, had 5 children:
Stella FULKERSON.....1878-, m. COREY
George FULKERSON.....1882-, m. HAST, 2 children
Henry FULKERSON.....Jun 1891-, became a dentist
Sarah Emaline FULKERSON.....25 Oct 1859 in White Co., IL, m. George MATZ on 8 Aug 1884, 5 children
Susan Adeline FULKERSON.....15 Nov 1861 in White Co., IL, known as "Addie." She m. William I. RENO in White Co., IL on 14 Nov 1886, d. by 1892
Mariah Catherine FULKERSON.....18 Feb 1865 in White Co., IL, m. on 6 Jul 1883 to Theodore FUNKHOUSER, 4 children
William Hershey FULKERSON.........b. 13 or 18 Dec 1822-2 Feb 1905. Born in Ohio Co., KY, he grew up in White Co., IL and Clark Co., IN, but returned to Ohio Co. in 1842. He m. (1st) Frances (Fanny) McCONNELL of Muhlenberg Co., KY on 9 Jul 1846. She was a sister of Elizabeth McCONNELL who married Harrison FULKERSON in 1852. He was a cooper and a farmer, by 1880 living at Centertown, Ohio County, Kentucky. The HARTFORD/REPUBLIC newspaper of Ohio Co. reported his death and stated he was buried in the Equality Cemetery (online abstract, actual article not obtained). He and Fanny had 11 children. His widow was (2nd) Elvira FULKERSON, age 77, who died of consumption on 17 Mar 1905.
James Henry FULKERSON.....b. 13 Apr 1846 in Ohio Co., KY, d. 20 Oct 1914, buried at Kronos, KY. He m. (1st) Ellen SHARP on 4 Feb 1870 and had 4 children before she died of pneumonia in 1883. He then m. (2nd) Harriet TICHENOR (1849-1923) on 6 Jan 1886 [her great-great-grandparents were John and Priscilla ALDEN of that much over-publicized Mayflower contingent]. James was a music professor and won fame in Ohio County, teaching and directing vocal groups.
William Edgeworth 'Worth' FULKERSON.....11 Oct 1871-3 Jan 1953, m. on 26 Oct 1907 to Virginia Frances MATTHEWS (1885-1964). In a family history from long ago her name was written as Jennie, may have been Ginny. They are buried at Rose Hill Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY.
Mary Frances 'Mamie' FULKERSON.....18 May 1874-21 Jul 1973; m. Herbert L. BROWN 23 Dec 23 1872-17 Jan 1961), no known children
Verda Blanche FULKERSON.....8 Feb 1880-1927, never married
Wayne FULKERSON.....1 Feb 1883-18 Mar 1906, never married
Louis FULKERSON.....14 Dec 1886-1972, m. Anna WHITE, no children
Murray James FULKERSON.....4 Nov 1888-22 Dec 1975, m. on 3 Feb 1909 to Ersa May KIMBLEY (29 Mar 1892-11 Apr 1958), lived in Akron, OH
Carl F. FULKERSON....born in KY, raised in Akron, OH. He started a Wesleyan Church in Fremont, MI, eventually settled in Grandville, MI.
Mary Frances FULKERSON.....15 May 1847-24 Jun 1876; m. on 20 Oct 1870 to Milton Francis
KIMBLEY (28 Aug 1848-22 Jan 1932). Their children were:
Leslie R. KIMBLEY....24 Jul 1871-19 Mar 1872
Marvin P. KIMBLEY....23 Dec 1872-26 Jan 1919
Bertha KIMBLEY....7 May 1874-19 Dec 1901
Willie M. KIMBLEY....27 Oct 1875-16 May 1876
Sanford Lewis FULKERSON.....25 Sep 1849-Nov 1920, born near Hartford, Ohio Co., KY. The 1880 Census showed him living on his father's farm, although his occupation was "deputy sheriff." He m. (1st) Hester BUSKILL on 9 Jun 1887. He was in business and also a band and choir director who won county contests at parades and fairs. Hester reportedly died young (or was she the Hester buried in Montana in 1930?). Sanford m. (2nd) to Nannie E. CAIRNES (b. 14 Dec 1867) on 27 Oct 1897. Sanford's son McHenry (Mack) was raised by his aunt Martha Ellen (Mattie) HOCKER (found in her home on 1900 Census).
In 1905 his father's obituary reported him living at Rockport.
Harry K. FULKERSON.....12 May 1883-Oct 1968, b.in KY, d. at Franklin, Johnson Co., IN. He m.
Mollie Elizabeth HEWLETT (b. 30 Oct 1884) on 23 Apr 1908, allegedly in Muhlenberg Co., KY. Information on him, brief as it is, was gathered from 3 to 4 different sources. One source said he became an eye doctor and moved away, losing touch with the family. He and Mollie were found with a daughter Dorothy on the 1920 Census, living in Somerset, Pulaski Co., KY, where he was employed as an optician.
McHenry FULKERSON.....25 Nov 1888-12 Jan 1973, m. Ada M. ______ (d. 5 Dec 1965) and moved to Whitefish, Montana where he worked for the B&O and Great Northern railroads. McHenry had two sons plus a stepdaughter. He and Ada are buried at Whitefish, MT, along with one other Fulkerson, a Hester Mae who died on 12 Feb 1930.
Mariah Ann FULKERSON.....10 Nov 1850-5 Jan 1930. Her father's 1904 obituary reported her as Marie ROBINSON of Hartford, KY. She m. Joseph W. ROBERTSON (1848-1929, Francis R. and Cornelia P. ROBERTSON) on 12 Jun 1872. They are reported buried at Oakwood Cemetery.
Virgil Dire FULKERSON.....21 Jan 1852-25 Aug 1899, reported on 1880 Census as working on his father's farm at Centertown, Ohio County, Kentucky. Reportedly became a pharmacist. He married Emma Bell EVERLY (1870-1928, b. in Ceralvo, KY, and whose mother was a KIMBLEY) on 14 June 1891 in Ohio Co. He is buried at the Ceralvo Cemetery.
Nancy Alice FULKERSON.....3 Feb 1854-25 Apr 1936, m. on 1 Jan 1877 to Ezekiel Oliver KIMBLEY (15 Nov 1852-21 Dec 1878). She was reported as "Alice Kimbley" on the 1880 Census, living at her father's farm with her 2-yr-old daughter Mabel KIMBLEY. Her father's obituary reported her as Alice BARNETT of Owensboro.
Newton Buckham FULKERSON.....16 Mar 1856-17 Sep 1902, reported on 1880 Census as working on his father's farm at Centertown, Ohio County, Kentucky. On 17 May 1883 he m. Emma C. BROWN. They had four children.
Leroy "Jude" FULKERSON....19 Dec 1890-7 May 1973, m. Nettie Mae WITHROW (29 Oct 1894-1972)
Ethel FULKERSON....1885-16 Sep 1905, m. Edward Crosby JACKSON (1883-1922). She apparently died with childbirth, is buried at Equality Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY
L.E. JACKSON....b. 1905, m. Juanita
Lena Belle FULKERSON....5 Nov 1887-12 Mar 1977, m. William Leonard JACKSON (1883-1956), brother of Edward Crosby JACKSON. They raised their nephew L.E. JACKSON after Lena's sister Ethel died in 1905. She is buried at Fairmount Cemetery, Muhlenberg Co., KY.
Emma Elizabeth JACKSON....6 Feb 1910-
William Lee JACKSON....
Noah Davis FULKERSON.....8 Jan 1858-19 Oct 1920, b. in Ohio Co., KY, m. Mary Elizabeth WITHROW on 20 Oct 1877 and farmed near Smallhouse, Ohio Co., KY. They had the following children:
Bessie FULKERSON.....3 Apr 1879-14 Oct 1963; m. (1st) on 24 Jul 1895 to Tiny Lee WITHROW, then (2nd) to a BINKLEY, and (3rd) to a LACEY
Raymond FULKERSON.....1 Apr 1880-20 Oct 1969, was Sheriff of Shawneetown, IL in 1925 It must have been a rough assignment - Southern Illinois was then a battleground involving the KKK, local churches, organized crime factions from Chicago and coal-mining immigrants. Highlights of the era were labor-management shootouts at the coal mines, frequent shows of force using armored vehicles and men in cars with machine-guns....and the first aerial bombing attack in the USA (just west of Harrisville, Illinois). He m. Nannie May KIRTLEY and had 4 sons and 3 daughters. One grandson was the famed mathematician D. Ray FULKERSON.
Virgil Lewis FULKERSON.....15 Sep 1883-19 Dec 1949, m. on 3 Jul 1909 to Flaudie DAVIS (10 Oct 1885-4 Feb 1972), daughter of James and Katie (Rone) DAVIS. Her father died when she was four years old and her mother died when she was a teenager. She was taken in by a relative, Frank RONE, and his family. Virgil was listed on the 1910 Census as married, living and working on his father's farm. The 1920 Census shows him living on Clay Street in Hartford City, Ohio Co., KY, working as a tractor salesman. By 1930 he is living on Main Street and managing a gasoline station. They had at least two sons.
Erskine FULKERSON.....11 Nov 1884-1964, b. in Ohio Co., KY, m. Lila May HUNTER and farmed near Centertown, KY. Also known to have lived at Point Pleasant, KY. He later moved to Livermore to operate ferries across the Rough River and Green River. They had at least two children:
Owen Davis FULKERSON....9 Nov 1912- 24 Apr 1988, m. Ethel Adelyne _____ (15 Mar 1908- 15 Jun 1991)
Ida E. FULKERSON....24 Feb 19155 Aug 1982, m. an Orville _____
Alice FULKERSON.....2 Nov 1886- , m. Winfred Scott COON in 1910, no children
John William FULKERSON.....28 Aug 1888-19 Feb 1970, m. on 4 Jul 1913 to Lula HARDIN (27 Apr 1891-13 Feb 1957)
Sara Emily FULKERSON.....19 Oct 1859-, b. Ohio Co., KY, reported as "Emma Fulkerson" on 1880 Census, m. a SCHULTZ and lived in the town of Narrows, per her father's obituary. More recent information contributed by a researcher shows that she married Joseph Thomas SCHULTZ (1856-1942) on 17 Dec 1884. They are buried at Oakwood Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY. Their children were
Oscar Lewis SCHULTZ....12 Jan 1885-30 Oct 1950, he was Ohio County school superintendent for 8 years.
William Claude SCHULTZ....1 Mar 1887-21 Dec 1973
Frederick Thomas SCHULTZ....10 Aug 1888-14 Dec 1948, he was Dean of Men at Murray State University, Murray, KY.
Maude SCHULTZ....30 Jan 1890-19 Jun 1978
Eunice SCHULTZ....18 Apr 1892-20 Dec 1930
Grace SCHULTZ....13 Feb 1894-29 May 1983, buried Rose Hill Cemetery, Muhlenberg Co., KY.
William Coleman FULKERSON.....15 Sep 1861-21 Feb 1944 , reported on 1880 Census as working on his father's farm at Centertown, Ohio County, Kentucky. He m. Ophelia Barnard WITHROW (1868-1966), sister of his sister-in-law.
Ivan FULKERSON....1 Feb 1896-13 Feb 1914, buried at Equality Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY.
Ruth FULKERSON....7 Feb 1892-29 May 1994 (lived past 102 years!). She married (1st) to Penuel L. EVERLEY (b. 1889) on 2 Mar 1910. They were married not quite four years: Penuel died on 4 Feb 1914, and nine days later her brother Ivan died. She married (2nd) to Marion BOATRIGHT (1890-1958) on 24 Feb 1926. He also died in the month of February.
Martha Ellen FULKERSON.....7 Jun 1864-5 Sep 1920, reported as "Mattie Fulkerson" on 1880 Census, m. Weaver HOCKER (b. 1860), was listed in her father's obituary at Mattie HOCKER. She is buried at the Equality Cemetery in Ohio Co., KY.
Martin T. FULKERSON.........b. ca. 1828 in Ohio Co., KY, m. Susan COLEMAN (b. May 1830 in KY) on 28 Nov 1850, had nine children
Josephine FULKERSON...b.ca. 1855, Ohio Co., KY (is this the Josephine who m. H.J. JENKINS at Miller, Missouri on 16 Nov 1879?)
Delilah FULKERSON...15 May 1857-15 Oct 1912, b. and d. in Ohio Co., also reported as "Mary D."; she was single and had no occupation, per her death certificate
Fanny E. FULKERSON....May 1860-, b. in Ohio Co., KY, possibly "Frances"
William B. FULKERSON......Mar 1862-, b. in Ohio Co., KY, m. Susanna _____ (b. Nov 1861 in KY)
Claude O. FULKERSON....13 Sep 1885-21 Sep 1970, b. in Jefferson Co., KY, d. in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY
Lulu FULKERSON....Feb 1888-
William Arthur FULKERSON....5 Mar 1890-Feb 1978, b. in KY, m. Rose E. REISER, d. in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. They had 13 children between about 1910 and 1938.
Richard Johnson FULKERSON
Sarah J. Robertson FULKERSON
Christina Bell Fulkerson TORRANCE and Martha Jane Fulkerson TAYLOR
Martha Jane FULKERSON in 1882
Martha Jane Fulkerson TAYLOR about 1927
Septimus I. TAYLOR, husband of Martha Jane, about 1915
Alvis FULKERSON....24 Jun 1867-29 Mar 1935, m. 30 Sep 1891 to Arena Ellen DUNCAN (4 Mar 1875-11 Oct 1903). They had three children before Arena died at the age of 28. Alvis remarried, to Orphelia Alice HOSKINS (4 Dec 1877-30 Oct 1952).
Myrtie FULKERSON....1 May 1893-9 May 1907
Estil FULKERSON....22 Apr 1895-25 Sep 1921, m. on 22 Jul 1916 to Eva Lee FULTON (7 Jun 1894-26 Nov 1990)
Bertha Mae FULKERSON....1 Apr 1898-1 Oct 1915
Martin FULKERSON.....Apr 1870-before 1880, b. in Centerville, Ohio Co., KY
Charles D. FULKERSON.....Jun 1873-, b. in Ohio Co., KY
Annie FULKERSON.....Jan 1876-, b. in Ohio Co., KY
Laura J. FULKERSON.....May 1878-, b. in Ohio Co., KY
Dillis FULKERSON.........b. ca. 1830 White Co, IL
Alfred FULKERSON.........b. ca. 1832 in White Co, IL
Richard Johnson FULKERSON.........b. 7 Jul 1833 in White Co., IL, d. 28 Sep 1898; m. Oct. 20, 1853 in Ohio Co., KY to cousinSarah Jane ROBERTSON, dau. of Elizabeth FULKERSON and Dr. James Fulkerson ROBERTSON
James P. FULKERSON.....12 Jul 1854-
Mary Emma FULKERSON.....28 Jun 1855-31 Aug 1920, m. Samuel ASHBY. They had one known son.
Edward Johnson ASHBY....26 Dec 1883-3 Sep 1969, m. (1st) 16 Sep 1902 to Lula May SMITH (24 Aug 1878-9 Jan 1931), m. (2nd) to Mary _____ and (3rd) to Dora _____
Amanda E. FULKERSON.....28 Feb 1857-24 Feb 1929, m. Elvis NEWTON
Ellen R. FULKERSON.....25 Aug 1859-13 May 1924, m. William GRAVES
Martha Jane FULKERSON.....28 Mar 1862-19 Mar 1929, born in Ohio Co., KY. Known as "Mattie," she m.
Septimus Ignatius TAYLOR (4 Nov 1848-16 Apr 1920, b. Ohio Co., KY) on 7 Sep 1882 in her father's home in Ohio County, Kentucky. Click here to see the 1882 marriage license and certificate. About 1895 they moved to Indiana, living first at Linton and then at Bicknell. They had seven children. Their obituaries, below, tell more of their lives. They had been separated for several years when Septimus died in 1920. For whatever reason, each of their obituaries left out a child - first Mary and then Leona.
S.I. TAYLOR DIES AFTER ILLNESS [Bicknell Daily News, 16 Apr 1920]: S.I. Taylor, prominent and well known citizen, died last night at two o'clock, at the home of his son, Alfred E. Taylor on Ohio Street. He has been ill for the past two or three years with paralysis, but last night a severe paralytic stroke ended his suffering. Mr. Taylor was seventy-one years of age, born in Kentucky, Ohio County, November 4, 1848 and came to Indiana twenty-five years ago and since that time has been engaged in mining coal. He is well known in Linton where he formerly lived and had many friends before coming to Bicknell. He has four children. A.E. Taylor, Leona, Eddith and Maxwell, and a widow Mrs. Mattie Taylor. It will be remembered his son, Oscar, was drowned in White River here a few years ago. Mr. Taylor was sincere, honest and a well liked citizen and his many friends extend their heartfelt sympathies to the bereaved family. Funeral will be held at the home of his son, Alfred Taylor, Sunday at 2:00 P.M. Interment at the Odd Fellows Cemetery.
MRS. TAYLOR, AGED 68 YEARS, DIES OF LINGERING ILLNESS [Bicknell Daily News, 20 Mar 1929]: Mrs. Martha Jane Taylor, aged 67 years, eleven months and twenty one days, died yesterday morning at 9:30 o'clock at her home on West Ninth Street, following an illness of several months. Practically all winter the elderly woman has been ill of flu. She was familiarly known by many people as "Grandma" Taylor. For some time she had been agent for the Larken Company and had made many friends while out calling on house wives for orders. Mrs. Martha Jane Taylor was born in Kentucky the daughter of Richard and Sarah Jane Fulkerson. Her husband Seth Taylor, preceded her in death several years ago. She is survived by two sons, Max and Alfred Taylor and two daughters, Mrs. Etta Summers and Mrs Mary Barton of Linton. One son, Oscar drowned a few years ago in White River. No funeral arrangements have been made yet.
TAYLOR FUNERAL TO BE HELD FRIDAY AT 1:30: The funeral of the late Mrs. Martha Taylor will be held Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the local M.E. church. Members of the W.C.T.U. are asked to be at the church by 1:15. Burial will be made at the I.O.O.F. cemetery.
William A. TAYLOR....14 Oct 1883-17 Jan 1884, b. in Ohio Co., KY
Alfred Elmo TAYLOR...6 Dec 1884-12 Jun 1932, b. in Ohio Co., KY, died in Indiana. He is buried in the Bicknell Cemetery in Bicknell, IN. He was married on 6 Mar 1907 in Green Co., Kentucky to Emma H. WINES. They had 4 children.
Dorothy TAYLOR....b. 1908 in IN
Houston P. TAYLOR....b. 1909 in IN
Detmas TAYLOR....b. 1913 in IN
Charles R. TAYLOR....b. 1918 in IN
Oscar TAYLOR....3 Oct 1886-2 Jun 1912, b. in Kentucky, died by drowning in the White River in Indiana.
Leona TAYLOR....8 Oct 1888-18 Sep 1969, b. in Ohio Co., KY. She married Samuel T. DALTON on 20 Oct 1907. They had 7 children. Four are listed below.
Annabell DALTON....b. 1909 in IN
James W. DALTON....b. 1912 in IN
Leona F. DALTON....b. 1916 in IN
Samuel T. DALTON.... b. 1919 in IN
Eddith TAYLOR....17 Oct 1890-9 Jul 1972, b. at McHenry, Ohio Co., KY with two Ds in her name. Her nickname was Etta. She married James Marion SUMMERS (b. 15 Feb 1886 in Daviess Co., Indiana) on 15 Jun 1911 in Knox Co., IN. James died on 13 Jul 1942 at Olney, Richland Co., Illinois. Etta died at Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN. Both are buried in the Bethany Methodist Cemetery, Washington, Indiana. Eddith and James Summers had 6 children. Four are listed below.
Ursula SUMMERS....24 Oct 1912-26 May 1975, born and died in IN
Harold SUMMERS....22 Mar 1914-6 Sep 1965, b. in IN, d. in CA
Mary Priscilla SUMMERS....8 Feb 1916-13 Jul 1997, b. in IN, d. in CA
Marguerite SUMMERS....27 Jun 1919-12 Jun 2006, born and died in IN
Maxwell TAYLOR....17 Sep 1892-Oct 1967, b. in Ohio Co., KY, married a Dorothy. Not to be confused with the other Maxwell Taylor.
Mary TAYLOR....9 Aug 1896-29 Jun 1972, b. in KY, d. in IN. She was married twice.
Alfred Lincoln FULKERSON.....4 Nov 1864-15 Apr 1949, m. Mary Pearl WARDEN, had 9 children between 1890 and 1912.
Christina Bell FULKERSON.....9 Oct 1866-25 Jun 1950, b. in Ohio Co., KY, d. in Muhlenberg Co., KY. She married William TORRANCE (b. Sep 1860) in 1884. They had two children.
Mary FULKERSON.........b. ca. 1835 White Co., IL
Elijah S. FULKERSON.........20 Apr 1839-3 Mar 1890, b. in Clark Co., IN, m. (1) Emeline HUNSINGER on 5 Oct 1858 in White Co., IL, and served in Company C, 40th Illinois Infantry in the early part of the Civil War until he was discharged for illness. He returned to his 200-acre farm at Burnt Prairie, where Emeline died on 28 Jan 1865, 3 weeks after the birth of their 4th child. Elijah then m. (2) her half-sister Emma VAUGHT on 21 Jun 1865 in White Co., IL. He had 10 children by Emma, and died leaving her with 7 children ranging from 17 years to just 4 months. Ten years later she was keeping a boarding house on Walnut Street in Carmi, IL.
Mary E. FULKERSON.....5 Aug 1859-4 Nov 1864
William H. FULKERSON.....3 Feb 1861- [possibly the William who m. Louisa ROBERTSON on 9 May 1889 in White Co., IL ?? She remarried to John F. PUMPHREY in White Co. on 31 Jan 1895.]
Mathias D. FULKERSON.....8 Jan 1863-??, m. 1 Sep 1887 to Julia A. HUNSINGER; she remarried to Anthony M. BONNER in White Co., IL on 6 Sep 1894.
Charles E. FULKERSON.....7 Jan 1865-, last child of Elijah and Emeline, m. 20 Mar 1887 to Clara RUSSELL in White Co., IL [Illinois Statewide Marriage Index 1763 - 1900]
Eliza A. FULKERSON.....23 Jun 1867-, first child of Elijah and Emma, m. on 10 Apr 1887 to Joseph O. PUCKETT in White Co., IL
Mary C. FULKERSON.....20 Mar 1870-
Augustus Otis FULKERSON.....5 Dec 1872-, m. (1st) on 13 Mar 1892 in White Co., IL, to Laura E. FLEMMING, with whom he had 4 children. The 1910 census showed them living at Carmi City in White County, IL. By the 1920 census, when he was reported as a "Pipe fitter" at an "Oil Refinery," he was living in Wood River, Madison Co., IL with a new wife "Molly" (ALMON) and a six-year-old daughter.
Mabel FULKERSON.....Nov 1894-
William FULKERSON.....Sep 1896-
Owen FULKERSON.....Sep 1899-
Mary R. FULKERSON.....b. ca. 1913
Elizabeth FULKERSON.....30 June 1915-1998, b. in Carmi, IL, died at Wood River, IL
George Preston FULKERSON.....7 Nov 1875-, m. (1) Grace ORMAN on 22 Sep 1901 and (2) to a DAMRON (?)
Martin Willis FULKERSON.....28 Apr 1878-, m. 3 Nov 1898 in White Co., IL to Laura H. HUTCHCRAFT, 4 children
Martha (Mattie) FULKERSON.....19 Feb 1881-, m. Charles SPITZMILLER
on 24 Dec 1907
Frank J. FULKERSON.....17 Dec 1883-, also reported as Joseph Franklin FULKERSON.
Rachel FULKERSON......30 Jun 1792-17 Apr 1856, b. in Mercer Co., KY, m. on 21 Mar 1814 in Ohio Co., KY, to Thomas MacMackin WILSON, moved to Wayne Co., IL, had 9 children:
Virgil L. WILSON..........b. 1815, d. 1879
Samuel J.R. WILSON.....b. 15 Sep 1816, d. after 1884; m. Janet Elvira BEACH, 29 Oct 1839, was a judge in Wayne Co., IL
Agnes M. WILSON.........b. 20 Oct 1818, d. 13 Sep 1903 in IL; m. David McLIN on 19 Oct 1837
Elizabeth B. WILSON.....b. 23 Jul 1820, d. 20 Oct 1894 in Wayne Co., IL; m. Leander KING by 1849
Matilda WILSON............b. 27 Apr 1822, d. 15 Oct 1855 in IL; m. Miles HARRIS
George WILSON.............b. 23 Jul 1825, d. 24 Feb 1910; m. Mary ______
Martha J. WILSON.........17 Apr 1829-15 Jul 1859; m. Rev. Wiley HOOPER (11 Jan 1821-27 Aug 1877) as his first wife. Both were born and died in Wayne Co., IL. She was buried in the Wilson Cemetery there. He m. Lucy M. GREGORY (1838-1880) on 12 Jun 1860 in Wayne Co., IL, and went on to have seven more children. The five children of Martha and Wiley, per HOOPER research, were:
William C. HOOPER............1 Feb 1851-15 Mar 1851
Gustavus HOOPER............23 Apr 1852-11 Jul 1859
Clemence HOOPER............23 May 1852-2 May 1895
Thomas W. HOOPER............5 Aug 1856-
John HOOPER............15 Oct 1858-19 Aug 1875
Marie WILSON................b. 25 Feb 1833, d. 1859; m. Jacob READ
John I. FULKERSON......ca. 1795-1865, m. 11 Jun 1816 to Nancy Polly GRAVES (b. ca. 1801, died by 1847, daughter of John Sanders GRAVES and Mary Susannah WOOTEN, both born in Maryland) in Muhlenberg Co., KY. He was on the rolls of Captain Solomon Brandenburg's company, Third Regiment, Kentucky Detached Militia, when he was about 17, serving as an Ensign (third lieutenant) from 1 Sep 1812 to 25 Dec 1812. He served again from 15 Nov 1814 until 15 May 1815. According to some old handwritten notes by a Fulkerson-Harris descendant, John participated in the Battle of New Orleans on 8 Jan 1815. His second wife was Ellen BLIVENS, on 23 Nov 1847 in Ohio Co., KY. John inherited land from his father Philip, and sold it in 1846:
Deed to Philip Fulkerson's Heirs:
Know all men by these presents that I, JOHN FULKERSON of Ohio Co. and
State of Kentucky for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred
dollars to me in hand paid, do hereby relinquish all my rights title
claim and interest to a certain parcel of land to the heirs of Philip
Fulkerson deceased of the same county and state aforesaid, it lying and
being in the county and state aforesaid on the waters of Pond Run lying
and being in the East side of the said Philip Fulkerson's one hundred
acre tract of land willed to him by his father and bounded as follows:
(to wit) beginning at the North east corner of the said Philip
Fulkerson's one hundred acre tract thence east 67 poles to a black oak
and two dogwoods thence south 190 poles to the line of the original
survey thence west 67 poles to the southeast corner of the aforesaid 100
acre tract thence North with the line of the same 190 poles to the
and I, John Fulkerson, do hereby warrant and defend the said
land from myself, my heirs, and all and every person or persons claiming
under me. In testimony hereof I have herewith set my hand and seal this
the 16th day of January 1846.
In 1851 he made a claim for bounty land that beginning in 1850 was made available to veterans of the War of 1812:
State of Kentucky
County of Ohio
On the eighth day of April A.D. on Thousand eight hundred and Fifty one
personally appeared before Charles J Lawton, a Justice of the peice,within and
for the bounty and State aforesaid John Fulkerson aged fifty six years past, a
resident of Ohio county in the State of Kentucky who being duly sworn awarding
to and, declares that he is the is the identical John Fulkerson who was a
private in the company Commanded by Captain William Gannaway in the
thirteenth Regiment Kentucky detached Melitia commanded by Luietenuant
Colonel John Davis in the war with Great Britain, declares by the Untied
States in the 18th day of june 1812 That he was a substitute for Isaac Kell,
and entered the service in said company and regiment on or about the fifteenth
day of November A.D. 1814 in Ohio County Kentucky for the time of six months
and continued in actual service in said War for the time of six months and was
honorably discharged at Lutahfuls State of Kentucky on the Fifteenth day of
May A.D. 1815 as wll appear by his original certificate of discharge herewith
presented, and that he never [illegible] any land for his [illegible]. He makes this
declaration for the purpose of attaining the Bounty land to Certain officers
and soldiers who have been engaged in the military service of the United
States Passed September 28th 1850 and that he never received land for said
[NOTE: This claim was awarded as Warrant 37775 on 24 Mar 1852]
By 1856 he had sold his bounty land, but there were additional entitlements offered in 1855, so he filed a second claim based on his military service during the War of 1812:
Suspended Bounty Land Re-examined
John Fulkerson Served in Captain Wm. Gummaway's company Kentucky Militia from
15th Nov. 1814 until 15th May 1815
No evidence of Isaac Keel as primcipat
State of Kentucky
County of Ohio
On this 20th day of April A.D. one Thousand eight hundred and fifty five
personally appeared before me the Presiding Judge of Ohio County Court within
and for the County and State aforesaid
John Fulkerson age sixty Years
a resident of Ohio County in the State of Kentucky who being duly sworn
according to law declares that he is the identical
John Fulkerson who was private in the company Commanded by Captain
William Garrarway in the
Thirteenth regiment of Kentucky detached Malisha Commanded by Davis
in the war with Great Britain declared by the United Sates on the 18th day of
June 1812 for the term of Six Months and continued in said war for fourteen
days and over, that he has heretofore made application for bounty land under
the act of September 28, 1850 and received a land warrant No(not recalled) for
Eighty Acres which he has since legally disposed of and can not now return. He
makes this declaration for the purpose of obtaining the additional county land
to which he may be entitled under the act approved 3rd day of March 1855.
He also declares that he has never applied for nor received under this or any
other Act of Congress any bounty land warrant except the one above mentioned
John died about 1865. His children with Polly GRAVES were:
Philip B FULKERSON.......................18 Jan 1817- 25 Mar 1870, m. Louisa YOUNG (20 Sep 1812-22 Dec 1887) on 6 Mar 1840 (also reported as 4 Jan 1840), with five children believed known (from census and direct descendants). He operated a ferry on the Green River near Paradise, Muhlenberg Co., KY - south of Rockport - at a spot long afterward known as Fulkerson's Ferry, and also ran a general store at the crossing.
John A FULKERSON.....1842-
Malcolm Baxter FULKERSON.....21 Oct 1849-27 Jul 1929, b. at Paradise, Muhlenberg Co., KY, d. near Norman, OK. Malcolm served in the Home Guard at age 12 to help protect the community from both Confederate and Yankee depredations. Attended an academy at Hartford, KY, was a teacher for a number of years, then m. one of his former students, Boadicea BROWN (1858-1932) in 1879.
Ten years later, after trying to augment his teaching income by moonlighting in the coal mines, he decided to move his family to Norman, Oklahoma where a new territorial university was being planned. It was the summer of 1889, the year of the great Oklahoma land rush. They bought city lots in Oklahoma City, Ardmore and Norman, and in November 1889 settled in a they built at the corner of University Blvd and Tonhawa St. in Norman. He dug a well, one of the few in town, and sold water for a nickel a barrel, delivered. Malcolm helped found the Norman Building and Loan Association, served on the City Commission in 1892 and ran for the territorial legislature.
About 1900 they bought a 160-acre farm in the Little River bottom at Denver (OK), 9 miles east of Norman. Here they had about 60 acres of arable land and 100 acres of hill pasture and woodland, which they found suitable for cotton, alfalfa, pecan trees, wild plums and grapes, gardens, chickens, cows, pigs, horses, mules, goats, bees and dogs. They had a sorghum mill high on one hill and spent summers making molasses; on another hill was a croquet court.
About 1908 Boadicea inherited some money, and they bought land at Fort Stockton in the presumably healthful climate of southwest Texas. The family relocated there for almost a decade - while maintaining their home at Denver - and ran a hotel, but by 1917 (perhaps when son Grover was killed) they moved back to Oklahoma. Malcolm became deaf in later years, but remained active. At the age of 79 he spent a hot summer day trimming his mulberry hedge, then dived into the cool water of his swimming hole on Little River, and died of a heart attack. Malcolm and Boadicea are buried at Norman IOOF Cemetery. They had 9 children:
Grover Cleveland FULKERSON
Courtesy of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund
Elbert FULKERSON.....3 Dec 1880-21 Dec 1899, buried at the Norman IOOF cemetery.
Nora FULKERSON.....19 Oct 1882-11 Dec 1887
Roscoe FULKERSON.....21 Mar 1884-3 Dec 1887
Lillian FULKERSON.....1 Apr 1886-1930, m. to J. W. BURRAGE until his death in 1913, then married to S. W. HUTCHINS until her death. She is buried in Denver.
Grover Cleveland FULKERSON.....1888-24 Aug 1917, m. to Mamie SMALLEY (1890-1973). They had two children in their brief time together. A Cleveland Co. undersheriff, he was killed by bootleggers while guarding the South Canadian bridge at Norman, OK. Both are buried at the Norman IOOF cemetery.
Boise FULKERSON.....middle initial was "C" per a GOINS family site
Boise Brown FULKERSON.....6 Aug 1892-5 Apr 1964, retired as Chief of the Norman Fire Dept in '41, m. Willie REYNOLDS (21 Oct 1896-18 Oct 1972) on 15 May 1915 in Norman. Both are buried at Norman IOOF.
Hazel FULKERSON.....30 Dec 1894-1932, m. David Van Meter PHILLIPS (1893-1987), had six children
Glen Carl PHILLIPS....1916-
Irvin FULKERSON.....29 Jul 1898-1935, m. Beulah CABLE (1903-1996). They are buried together in Denver.
George Y. FULKERSON.....8 Sep 1845-5 Nov 1922, m. Mary Catherine ROCK (5 Sep 1850-5 Mar 1924, daughter of Hannibal A. ROCK and Nancy E. YOUNG, so she was probably a cousin) on 15 Apr 1874. George and Mary homesteaded in Harper, Kansas, some time after the Civil War. Later they sold the homestead and moved to Milan, Kansas. A picture of the family in front of the homestead (a sod house) taken about 1888 is in the possession of descendants still in Kansas. In this photo are some of the nine children of George and Mary, many of whom lived in the Milan-Harper (Kansas) area for most of their lives :
Corda O. FULKERSON.....4 Apr 1875-19 Feb 1936. She was nicknamed "Cordie" per a descendant of this branch. Corda m. Henry WOHLFORD in Harper Co., KS, on 10 Aug 1898 (Kansas GenWeb cites Book C, page 172). The marriage was reported in the Anthony Weekly Bulletin, Harper Co., KS, on 12 Aug 1898. Henry was the son of son of Anthony WOHLFORD & Sarah Lodina HORN of central KS, per a Wohlford researcher who provided the marriage details in July 2007.
Harry G. FULKERSON......27 Mar 1876-9 Aug 1949
Nannie L. FULKERSON.....31 Jan 1882-
Leora Alma FULKERSON.....6 Oct 1883-6 Jun 1962 (birthdate reported by another source as 8 Nov 1883), m. John Richard LEWIS on 4 May 1904, one child known:
Richard Vern LEWIS....1906-
Fred F. FULKERSON......1 Sep 1885-2 Feb 1950
Rose E. FULKERSON.....11 Nov 1887-, m. Charles HENRY
Susan E. FULKERSON.....10 Mar 1888- 1 May 1955, called Susie, m. Bertie STALEY
Mattie A. FULKERSON.....27 Sep 1889-6 Apr 1958, m. Elmer WEBER
Georgie Mae FULKERSON.....1 Nov 1892-, m. Joseph WHITESELL, per a descendant in 1998
William G FULKERSON.......6 Jan 1847-19 Apr 1929, b. in Ohio Co., KY, m. Lavinia J. TAYLOR on 9 Mar 1870 in Ohio Co., KY, d. in Greene Co., IN.
Minnie FULKERSON.....1871-??, b. in Ohio Co, KY
Durward Everett FULKERSON.....1873-1960, b. in Rockport, KY, moved to the mining camp at Gray Creek, CO and m. Agnes RUSSELL. They later moved to Wilburton, OK, another mining area, and were in the cafe business for several decades. Durward died at Riverside, CA and was buried in Wilburton, OK.
Edith Audrey FULKERSON....b. 10 Aug 1902 at Gray Creek, CO, grew up in Wilburton, OK and became it's first woman college graduate
Lura FULKERSON.....16 Jul 1875-??, b. at Rockport, KY
Susan A. FULKERSON..........................6 Sep 1819-8 Jun 1852, m. cousinThomas Y. FULKERSON on 12 Dec 1836
Mary Eveline FULKERSON...............21 Jan 1824-26 Feb 1910, m. Alexander. C. BOWEN on 17 Jan 1855
John Sanders Graves FULKERSON and Nancy ROBERTSON
John Sanders Graves FULKERSON....28 Jan 1826-1893, Ohio Co., KY; m. Nancy Jane ROBERTSON (07 Nov 1834-11 Jun 1911) on 27 Jun 1853. Her brother Greenberry married John's sister Margaret V. FULKERSON. John and Nancy were listed in the 1880 Census, living at Rockport, Ohio Co., Kentucky with five children. John's occupation was 'farmer' and his two older boys, age 24 and 17, were reported as doing 'farm work'
William Berry FULKERSON.....28 Sep 1856-14 May 1945, m. 2 Mar 1899 to Nora Ann PENDLEY (7 Jun 1886-10 Apr 1967)
John Douglas FULKERSON....30 Nov 1907-17 Nov 1980, married Mildred, his first cousin's daughter.
James Lorenzo Dow FULKERSON.....19 May 1863-26 May 1961, named after two of his mother's brothers, James and Lorenzo Dow ROBERTSON, he lived to the age of 98 years and one week. James m. Esther MILNER (6 Oct 1870-4 Aug 1956). One source reported their marriage occurring on 13 Feb 1881, although on that date Esther would have been only ten years old. It may have occurred about 1888. In either case, their marriage lasted at least 66 years. They were buried at Pond Run Cemetery, Echols, KY. Their eight known children were:
Beatrice FULKERSON....28 Dec 1889-
August Borden FULKERSON....12 Apr 1894-28 Dec 1945, m. 23 Aug 1913 to Edna Ethel BOWEN, daughter of Alwilda Frances FULKERSON and Hartwell Birge BOWEN. Their daughter married her great uncle's son (second cousin).
Jesse Bruner FULKERSON................1829-1 Jan 1897, b. in Echols, Ohio Co., KY, m. cousinMary ROBERTSON (1838-15 Jul 1918, daughter of James ROBERTSON and Elizabeth FULKERSON) on 2 Mar 1859 in Ohio Co., 12 children by 1882, including:
John J FULKERSON......Jan 1860-, b. Ohio Co., KY, m. Ella (?)
Philip B FULKERSON......20 Jan 1861-13 Mar 1933 m. 12 Aug 1909 to Rosa GARRISON
Elizabeth FULKERSON.....1863 m. Joseph McCONNELL on 2 Aug 1892
Mary S FULKERSON.....1864 m. James SOUTHARD on 15 Feb 1886
Laura FULKERSON.....1865 m. Malcolm BROWN
Judson Taylor FULKERSON.....18 Sep 1866-8 Jul 1947, m. 27 Sep 1893 to cousinRosa Dale FULKERSON, had 9 children from 1895 to 1912
Samuel Spurlin FULKERSON.....Sep 1868, m. 17 Mar 1893 to Nancy E. BOWEN
Thomas King FULKERSON
Jesse B FULKERSON......May 1870-22 May 1942
William B FULKERSON......27 Jun 1872-19 Aug 1931
Richard FULKERSON.....1877-1934 m. Lillie RATLIFF
Elijah S FULKERSON.......1879-1931
Thomas King FULKERSON......17 Sep 1882-24 Dec 1956
Margaret V. FULKERSON.................b. 1831, m. cousin Greenberry ROBERTSON on 28 Jan 1848. He was b. in 1827 per ROBERTSON research, second eldest son of Philip C. ROBERTSON (30 Jan 1802-6 Jun 1887) and Martha BLEVINS (d. 8 Jan 1887), and grandson of Jane FULKERSON. Their descendants are listed under Greenberry, above (click here).
Rachael Emeline FULKERSON..........1 Oct 1833-1 Apr 1916, m. Elijah CHINN on 8 Jun 1853
Julia FULKERSON............................b. 1837, m. 24 Dec 1856 to Miles HARRIS
Elizabeth FULKERSON....b. ca. 1796, called "Betsey" in her father Philip's 1813 will in which she was bequeathed "one feather bed and bed sted and furniture, one cow and calf, one linnery Wheel, six plates, one pot, one Dutch oven and one set of knives and forks." Elizabeth d. by Aug 1828 in Ohio Co., KY; m. Robert DAVENPORT on 8 Mar 1815, one known child:
Samuel Meredith A. DAVENPORT.......b. ca 1816, d. after 1870; m. Nancy H. TURNS on 18 Sep 1840
Jacob B FULKERSON....b. 2 Feb 1799, d. 1858; m. Anne SKAGGS by 1829. She died after 1840 and before 1850. They had 13 children, all born in Ohio Co., KY:
John FULKERSON...............b. 22 Dec 1821 (this may be the John T. FULKERSON listed on the 1860 Census for Ohio Co., age 37, with wife Margaret (age 30) and children Alonzo (age 2) and Artilia (age 1).)
Jacob Hamm Fulkerson
Pond Run Cemetery Echols, Ohio Co., Kentucky
Charles Layton and Bernice Love Fulkerson
S.E. FULKERSON.......b. 6 May 1824
M.A. FULKERSON......b. 30 Apr 1826
P.W. FULKERSON......b. 21 Jan 1829
Elizabeth Jane FULKERSON....b. 2 Dec 1829. (Her birthdate was previously reported here as 1820. However, that date does not coincide with her parents' suspected marriage date, and by one account she is a twin of sister Susannah.) She m. Francis E KIMBLEY, Jr. (11 Jan 1822-13 May 1863). They had at least one son:
Francis Marion KIMBLEY....4 Sep 1851-5 Jan 1905, m. 7 Apr 1880 to Nancy Catherine BULLOCK (13 Jun 1859-9 Nov 1945), had two children:
Charles Cosby KIMBLEY....4 Mar 1881-9 Jun 1958, m. on 14 Feb 1915 to Nola McCONNELL (9 Oct 18996-15 Sep 1937)
Lora Emma KIMBLEY....15 Jul 1895-22 Nov 1927, m. on 24 Dec 1915 to Earnest BROWN
Susannah F FULKERSON.....2 Dec 1829-3 Jun 1853, m. Nehemiah J MINTON, had two children.
James Polk MINTON....9 Mar 1846-7 Jan 1907, m. on 9 Nov 1863 (at age 17) to Mary Jane SCHROADER (Schroeder?) who was 4 years older (20 Jul 1842-25 Nov 1888).
Moses Hardin MINTON....21 Aug 1864-23 Oct 1926, m. (at age 16) on 9 Jul 1881 to Cecilia Elizabeth McREYNOLDS who was 3 years older (21 Jul 1861-25 Dec 1940)
Nehemiah MINTON....b. 1849 per 1880 Census which showed him farming in Ohio Co., KY, and recently married to 20-year-old Temperance WILSON. That same census showed a 23-year-old brother (likely a half-brother?)
Garrett T. MINTON living in his household. Nehemiah reportedly m. (2nd) to Martha E. ILER on 19 Jan 1888, but this may have been his father. There was a Martha ILER, age 33, on the 1860 Ohio Co. census.
Claude Earl MINTON....24 Jul 1893-15 May 1956, m. 20 Jan 1917 to Augusta Maine BISHOP (3 Aug 1899-3 Jan 1989)
Jesse T FULKERSON...........b. 1831, m. Millie SOUTHARD on 3 Feb 1857
Margaret FULKERSON.........b. 1832, d. after 1850
Jacob Hamm FULKERSON...26 March 1833-12 July 1896, m. second cousinMary E. FULKERSON on 5 Dec 1857, had eleven children:
James Edgar FULKERSON....20 Feb 1860-9 Jul 1897, m. 1 Oct 1884 to Elizabeth A. WARDEN, had 4 children:
Claude FULKERSON.....31 May 1887-29 Sep 1968
Herbert FULKERSON.....d. in infancy
Ollie Belle FULKERSON.....7 Sep 1891-1941
Eugenie Myree FULKERSON.....3 Oct 1895-1975
Jacob Marion FULKERSON.....16 May 1862-, a bachelor
Elijah Wooten FULKERSON.....08 May 1864, m. 17 Oct 1881 to Rosa Ellen (FULKERSON?)
Eugene Taylor FULKERSON.....18 Apr 1866-, another bachelor
Jesse Alvis FULKERSON.....27 Feb 1868-, m. Mary K. SHEMWELL
Alwilda Frances FULKERSON.....23 May 1869-2 Jul 1962, m. Hartwell Birge BOWEN (2 Aug 1862-29 Jun 1946) on 30 Dec 1886. Two daughters and a granddaughter married into the CURTIS surname.
Mary BOWEN....7 Dec 1891-12 Feb 1966, m. (1st) STEPHENS & (2nd) CURTIS
Edna Ethel BOWEN....27 Dec 1892-15 Sep 1965, m. August Borden FULKERSON (12 Apr 1894-28 Dec 1945), son of James Lorenzo Dow FULKERSON and Esther Milner FULKERSON. Daughter Mildred married a FULKERSON.
Inez BOWEN....24 Feb 1915-, m. _____, buried at Echols Cemetery, Ohio Co., KY
Charles Layton FULKERSON.....12 Dec 1873-18 Oct 1969. Buried at Pond Run Cemetery,
Echols, Ohio Co., KY in the Fulkerson family part of the cemetery. Married Bernice Love FULKERSON, daughter of John Sanders Graves FULKERSON and his wife Nancy Jane ROBERTSON, on 26 Apr 1899. They had 9 children.
Ruthford Burchard FULKERSON.....4 Jan 1877-4 Aug 1914
Jemima E FULKERSON......30 Mar 1878-
Andrew Estill FULKERSON.....17 Nov 1881-
Pharely FULKERSON...........b. 1836
Pamelia FULKERSON...........b. 4 Feb 1838; m. Levy J. HUNTER on 26 Feb 1863
Nancy FULKERSON.............b. 1839
Sarah E FULKERSON...........b. 1841; m. John W. HUNTER on 28 Sep 1858
Pamela FULKERSON.....also called "Permelia" and "Parmely", her name was spelled "Permealy Fulkerson" in her father Philip's 1813 will, in which she was bequeathed "one feather bed and bed sted and furniture, one cow and calf, one linnery Wheel, six plates, one pot, one Dutch oven and one set of knives and forks."
Pamela's sister Jane and brother Fulkerd are known to have moved to White Co., IL. According to [neighboring] Wayne Co., IL records, a Pamela FULKERSON m. Jacob BORAH in 1822. Jacob died in 1829, leaving one son, James Nathan BORAH, who was in Co. H, 56th Illinois Infantry and died at sea while being transported north following Sherman's march through Georgia. James left a widow, Catherine DARR of PA, who died in 1917 at Fairfield, IL.