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hereby sell, and convey, and quit claim, unto the said Robert Stewart, and
other heirs of said Hugh Stewart, the said burying ground, not exceeding
20 sq. rods, they and their heirs, to have >and to hold, the said piece of
land as a burying place, forever.

Witness my hand and seal the date above written.

Signed in presence of

Sylvester Bacon,
Jonathan Sutton.

Acknowledged before

Sylvester Bacon, J. P.



'TKE FEW WKK
(PUBLIC LIBRARY



ASTOR, LENOX AND
T1LDEN FOUNDATIONS




Rev. George Stuart.



STUART



I

GEORGE 1 -' (HUGH 1 )

1. Rev. George Stuart, (b. Sept. 1, 1781, Hagerstown, Md.

in. June 1. 1815, Hagerstown, (d. Bloomingburgh, X. Y.

Aid.,

2. Ann P. Carr, (b. Hagerstown, Md.

(d. IS Hi, Bloomingburgh, X. V.

CH1LDREX — STUART

3. (1) Eliza George Stuart, (b. 1816(?) Bloomingburgh, N. Y.
m. (d. .

4. Turner, (b. .

(d. .



CHILDREX — TURNER.

5. (1) Gibbon Turner, Physician,

and Surgeon, We know only the name.

Eliza George — was heard from as late as 1880, at Baltimore.
Md. Later we heard of her death, hut have no record excepting
the meager one here noted.

LETTER OF 1894, E. S. H.

"Gt. uncle George Stuart, as he always spelled his name,
going back to the form once used, and changed by some one be-
fore him, was a Minister of the Dutch Reformed Church, at
Bloomingburgh, N. Y., (as no Presbyterian church was there,)
and prepared young men for college. He w r ent back to Hagerstown
for his wife, who died when the first child was born. A book of
geometry, and other mathematical studies written by him entirely
with a quill pen, 'of ye olden time', and a fine silhouette, refined
and scholarly looking in his ruffles, both are now owned by Airs.
John Patton Stewart of Yanderpoel Ave., Chicago. Gd-father
Robert inherited a quantity of his sermons, which, being a fine

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reader, he used, to keep Sunday visitors from liking to linger.
Grand-father was a magistrate for many years and kindly en-
forced the strict laws of the day.

"Uncle Hugh Coulter Stewart of Champaign, 111., tells
this story of his daughter Eliza George Stuart, who was reared
by a maiden aunt in Baltimore, who married a Dr. Gibbon,,
for whom Eliza's son was named. 'Cousin Eliza came to
Ohio to visit her relatives in 1837. One of the very sweetest
and loveliest girls I ever met, about 18 years of age. I think she
spent a year among us, having just finished her education. Every
one fell in love with her, George Fullerton among the rest. That
was five years before gt. grand-mother died. When she was
to start home from father's, (Robert's), with her trunk, to go
by chaise, George (Dr. George Horton Stuart) was to. drive her
as I was too young, and too poor a driver to trust over those
hills. She was to be taken to Chillicothe, or on to Putnam. I
was very angry, (being a boy of sixteen.) that George was pre-
ferred before me. Father (Robert) came out and said, 'Coulter,
do you want to ride part of the way?" I had been walking
around the house to quiet my bad feelings, and aroused again,
I exclaimed: 'No, Sir, I don't — all or none for me, Sir!' and
I never saw her again.' Did any of the family ever visit her in
her Baltimore home? I never heard gt. grand-father's name."

Note : — First ancestor's name unknown.

Did they all mean it should be forgotten on account of the
quarrel ?

Note : — George and Ann were both buried at Bloomingburgh, N. Y. r
"over the Creek" as grand-father Robert wrote, of their burial place.



STEWART



II

ELIZA MET IP (HUGH 1 )

6. (2) Elizabeth Stewart, (b. Oct. 18, 1782, Ilagerstown, Md.

in. Mar. :!, 1801, Greencastle. (d. Dec. 8, 1825, Bloomingburgh, O.

Pa.,

7. Thomas Fullerton, (b. 117$, Pequea, Pa.

(d. Oct. 2, 1835, Missouri. Sur-
veyor.
Sou of Humphrey Fullerton 3d, (b. Pequea, Pa.

(d. 1795.

Humphrey 3rd was son of Humphrey 2nd, b. about 1717,
Chester, Eng., who came to America at six years of age.

Humphrey 2nd was son of Humphrey 1st, Chester, Eng.,
who came to America 1723 or 1725. Humphrey 4th, eldest son
of Humphrey 3d, inherited the old homestead at Pequea,
(Thomas' eldest brother). '

CHILDREN — FULLERTON (THOS.)

ELIZABETH 2 (HUGH 1 )

8. (1) Margaretta Fullerton, (b. Jan. 12, 1802, Greencastle, Pa.

m. Sept. 6, 1821, Blooming- (d. Sept. 5, 1825, Frankfort-, Ohio.
burgh, O.,

9. Hugh S. McLain, (b. .

(d. .

(See note following this record.)

CHILDREN — McLAIN (HUGH).

MARGRETTA 3 (ELIZ. 2 HUGH 1 )

10. (1) Eliza Jane McLain, (b Oct. 17, 1822, Bloomingburgh, O.

11. (2) John McLain, (b. Apr. 2, 1824, Bloomingburgh. O.

m. Feb. 7, 1846, (d. June 6, 1862, Tiffin, O.

12. Sarah Reed, (b. Sept. 6, 1823.

(d. Jan. 20, 1889, Tiffin, O.

Mr. McLain began his ministry at Harmony, near Spring-
field, Ohio. From 1855 to 1862 he was in charge of a Pres.
church at Tiffin, O.

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18 Genealogy of Hugh Stezvart and Descendants.

CHILDREN — McLAIN (JOHN).

JOHN 4 (MARGTA. 3 ELIZ. 2 HUGH 1 )

13. (1) Margaretta Mary McLain, (b. June 1, 1847.

m. (d. Oct. 3, 1903, Wooster, O.

14. Harvey S. Lucas.
Merchant in China.

CHILDREN — LUCAS.

MARGTA. 6 (JOHN 4 MARGTA. 3 ELIZ. 2 HUGH 1 )

15. (1) Stuart H. Lucas, (b. Feb., 1876.

16. (2) Grace Margaretta Lucas, (b. Dec. 23, 1879.

Grace Lucas is the head of a Girls' school at Nanking, China,
under the supervision of the American Board of Foreign Mis-
sions, and represents the Pres. Woman's Foreign Missionary
Society of Cleveland and vicinity. She was in Nanking during
the Boxer uprising, and with others left there under guard, dur-
ing the night for Shanghai, where they went for protection, but
is now back, and busy with her work.

17. (3) Rhea Reed Lucas, (b. May 16, 1882.
The Lucas home is in Nanking, China.

JOHN 4 (MARGTA. 3 ELIZ." HUGH 1 )

18. (2) Martha Elvira McLain, (b. June 12, 1850, Harmony, O.

m. d. Dec. 1, 1897, Cleveland, O.

19. Rev. Frederick J. Saverber, (Pres. Minister).

20. (3) Eliza Jane McLain, (b. August 22, 1854, Harmony, O.

m. July 13, 1886,

21. Burton P. Olmsted, (b. .



Manager of Hardware Company, Cleveland, O. (1913)
CHILDREN — OLMSTED.

ELIZA 5 (JOHN 4 MARGTA 3 ELIZ 2 HUGH 1 )

22. (1) Helen Reed Olmsted, (b. July 12, 1888.

23. (2) Harold McLain Olmsted, (b. Mar. 28," 1891.

JOHN 4 (MARGTA. 3 ELIZ. 2 HUGH 1 )

24. (4) diaries Fullerton McLain, (b. Sept. 25, 1857, Tiffin, O.

(d. Jan. 26, 1892.

25. (5) Frances Caroline McLain. ( b. Nov. 25, 1862, Tiffin. O.

m. June 7, 1893,

26. Carl Proctor Merriam, (b. .

Add.: Toledo, O.



Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants. 19

CHILDREN — MERRI AM.

FRANCES 5 (JOHN 4 MARGTA. 8 ELIZ. 2 HUGH 1 )

27. (1) Martha McLain Merriam, (1). Jan. II. L895.

28. (2) Marjorie Allen Merriam, (b. Nov. 10, 1899.

Note: — In Hugh Stewart's will the name is spelled McClean, while
in the Fullerton family record, it is spelled McLain. It has been found
that there is no knowledge in the family of Rev. John McLain as to
when, or by whom, the change in spelling was made, so both spellings
are used here, as found in the two records.

CHILDREN — FULLERTON (THOS.).
ELIZ. 2 (HUGH 1 )

29. (2) Humphrey Fullerton, (b. Sept. 6, 1803, Greencastle, Pa.

(d. July 31, 1826, Frankfort, O.

Giving promise of great usefulness, on the threshold of man-
hood, prepared to enter upon the practise of medicine, his young
life went out.

30. (3) Hugh Stuart Fullerton, (b. Feb. 6. 1805. Greencastle, Pa.

m. Oct. 29, 1830, Athens, O., (d. Aug. 17, 1863, South Salem, O.

31. Dorothy Blair Boies, (b. 1897, Tinmouth, Vermont.

Dau. of Rev. Wm. and Caroline (d. Mar. 13, 1897, Springfield, Ohio.

(Cogswell) Boies, of Athens,
O.

His father removed with his family to Baltimore, Md., in
1812, and to Fayette Co., O., in 1815. He was converted in
early life, largely under the influence of his mother, and feeling
that he was called of God, entered the ministry of the gospel.
He prepared for it by a limited course of instruction, owing to
ill health, at Ohio Univ., at Athens, and under the theological
tuition of Rev. Dr. Samuel Crothers, of Greenfield, O. He was
ordained and installed at Union Church Ross Co., O., Jan. 1831.
Two years later became pastor of the First Church at Chilli-
cothe. At Athens he met the woman who later became his
wife (the dau. of the Rev. Wm. and Caroline (Cogswell) Boies).*

* "Rev. Wm. Boies from four generations of deacons and elders in
New England churches, from a Huguenot minister, exiled from France
by the revocation of the edict of Nantes, born 1773, Blansford, Mass.,
graduated Williams College 1801, settled at Tinmouth Church, Vermont,
1804, then Waterford, Ohio, 1819, d. 1823. He is remembered as pre-
eminently a 'son of consolation.' "



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She was a true helper in Christ Jesus, to her husband, until he
was suddenly taken home to heaven in the summer of '63, and
survived him until her ninetieth year. His body was laid to rest
in the cemetery at So. Salem, O., at the place where his pulpit
had stood during most of his ministry in Salem Church, cover-
ing a period of about twenty-six years, all but six of his service.
The old church building had given place to a new one near by,
built under his supervision. Her body lies in Fern Cliff Ceme-
tery, Springfield, O., where at the time of her death she was
residing with her two daughters.

"Hugh Stuart Fullerton's parents, sprang from that tide of
immigration which poured from Scotland, and the north of
Ireland, into Pennsylvania and Virginia during the last half of the
eighteenth century, and he always spoke with pride that he was
descended from those people who had done, and suffered, in
religion and politics, for Christ and human freedom. Not long
after his birth his parents removed to Carlisle, Pa., and thence
to a farm in Orange County, New York. But a short time ago
(1913) this home, an old quaint homestead, was visited by Car-
rie Stewart Fullerton, said to be the oldest house left in that
country. Though but seven years old when he left there,
this delightful old home was indelibly stamped on his memory,
with all the joy and delight of boyhood. An incident of his stay
here was the origin of a life-long principle. A slave of his
father's, (Thomas), a boy to whom Stuart was greatly attached,
ran away. A day or two after, as the child on his way to school
stopped to play by the side of the Wallkill, he heard the tramp
of horses' feet on the bridge above him, and looking up saw his
father riding by, with poor Tom, the slave, tied by the wrist to
his stirrup. The dejected look of the man, and his position made
such an impression on the child's mind, that from that moment
dated an unyielding opposition to slavery in every form. In
1812 came the Baltimore removal, and later, 1815, to what was
then the far west, Ohio. The home, humble though it was, was
so aristocratic as to be known for miles around as "the house
with the glass window." Hugh Stuart Fullerton's life was one
of assiduous care, and when the "fever years" of 1824, '25. and
'26 called his loved mother and six brothers and sisters, to their
graves, not till then was he able to fulfill the life long wish of
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Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants. 21

a helpful teacher and sympathizer, a woman "of whom the
world was not worthy". "To prudence, patience and industry
and excellent judgment, she joined the most devoted piety."
(From the Historical Presbyterian Almanac, 1864, by Jasper M.
Wilson. There is much more in this rich volume, of great in-
terest but space forbids further use.)

A bit of rhyme among his papers expresses his love for
Scotland :

"There's mony a thing that mak's me cling

To Scotland's hills o' heather;

An' lights my e'e wi' thirlin joy

When fancy takes me thither;

In Auld Lang Syne, time out o' min'

There a' my bluid was treasured ;

An' forbears stern by mony a burn,

Their sangs o' praises measured."

CHILDREN — FULLERTON (HUGH S., SR.)

HUGH 3 (ELIZABETH 2 HUGH 1 )

32. (1) Elizabeth Caroline Fuller- (b. Aug. 30, 1831.

ton, (d. July 11, 1900, Springfield. O.

She taught many years in Salem Academy.

"Thou cam'st not to thy place by accident
It was the very one God meant for thee."

33. (2) Willie Fullerton, ( Died in infancy.

34. (3) Rev. A. Thomas Fullerton, (b. Nov. 16, 1835, Chillicothe, O.

D. D., (d. Jan. 6, 1901, Walnut Hills, Cin-

m. Jan. 27, I860, "Walnut cinnati, O.

Hills," Cincinnati, O.

35. Salina Kemper, (b. Nov. 9. 1840, Cincinnati, O.

(d. May , 1909, Oberlin. O.

Thos. prepared for college at South Salem Academy ; was
graduated at Miami Univ. 1853; was admitted to the bar, but
feeling called to the ministry, took a partial course at Princeton
Theo. Sem. ; was licensed by Chillicothe Presbytery ; spent a year
in the army, 1861-2, as chaplain of 17th Ohio Inft. His chief
work as pastor was at Walnut Hills, Ohio, Erie, Pa., George-
town. D. C, and at his death he was teaching pastoral theology at
Lane Theo. Sem. Cincinnati. Beside his wife, who served with
him in the gospel, he sleeps in Spring Grove Cemetery, Cin-
cinnati. Ohio.



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CHILDREN — FULLERTON (A. THOS.)
THOMAS 4 , (HUGH 3 , ELIZ 2 , HUGH 1 ).

36. (1) Boies Fullerton, (d. in infancy.

37. (2) Rev. Kemper Fullerton, (b. Nov. 29, 1865, Cincinnati, O.

m. Dec. 19, 1905, Erie, Pa.,

38. Kate Spencer, (b. Dec. 4, 1866, Erie, Pa.

CHILDREN — FULLERTON (KEMPER).

KEMPER 5 , (THOMAS 4 , HUGH 3 , ELIZ 2 , HUGH 1 )

39. (1) Spencer Fullerton, (b. Sept. 12, 1908.
Adopted March 9, 191 1, Oberlin, Ohio.

Mr. Fullerton graduated at Princeton A. B. 1888; M. A.
1894. Fellow; Union Theo. Sem. N. Y., pursuing graduate work
at Univ. Berlin, 1891-1893. Prof. Old Test. Literature and Ex-
egesis Lane Theo. Sem. Cincinnati, Ohio, 1893- 1904. Mem. Soc.
of Biblical Literature and Exegesis, 1903, Finney Prof, of Old
Test. Language and Literature, Oberlin Theo. Sem. 1904.
"Who's Who."

HUGH 3 ' (ELIZ 2 , HUGH 1 ).

40. (4) Rev. George Humphrey (b. Feb. 27, 1838, Bloomingburgh,.

Fullerton, D. D., O.

m. May 12, 1863, Lancaster,
Ohio,

41. Mary E. Work, (b. Apr. 18, 1838, Lancaster, O.

Prepared for college at Salem Academy; was graduated in
class of 1858, at Miami Univ. After theological course at West-
ern Theo. Sem., and Princeton, was licensed by the Presbytery at
Allegheny in May, 1863, and ordained by the Presbytery of
Columbus, Ohio. He spent a year in the army, 1861-2 as Chap-
lain of 151st. O. V. I. His chief work as pastor was at Lancaster,
Ohio; Walnut Hills, Cincinnati; Springfield, 111.; and Springfield,.
Ohio, his present home — 1914.

CHILDREN — FULLERTON (GEORGE H.).
GEORGE 4 (HUGH 3 ELIZ 2 HUGH 1 )

42. (1) Hugh Work Fullerton, (b. Mar. 13, 1864, Lancaster, O.

m. June, 1890,

43. Ruth Linn. (b. , Springfield, O.

Hugh W. Fullerton attended schools in Cincinnati and
Wooster, O. Now in business in New York. (1912).



Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants. 28

CHILDREN — FULLERTON (HUGH W.)
HUGH 8 (GEORGE 4 HUGH 8 ELIZ 2 HUGH 1 )

44. U) Hugh Stuart Fullerton 4 , (b. Apr. 27, 1892, Chicago, 111.

45. (2) Dorothy Linn Fullerton, (b. June 27, 1902, Chicago, 111.

Add.: Chicago, 111.

GEORGE 4 , ( HUGH 8 , ELIZ 2 , HUGH 1 ).

46. (2) George Humphrey Fuller- (b. Dec. 17, 1865, Sandusky, O.

ton, Jr.,

m. Oct. 29, 1902,

47. Louise Loomis, (b. — , LaCrosse, Wis.

Geo. II. Fullerton Jr. was educated in Cincinnati schools;
was graduated at Cornell University.
Add.: Kingston, Canada. (1913).

HUGH 3 , (ELIZ 2 , HUGH 1 ).

48. (5) Hugh Stuart Fullerton, (b. Mar. 27, 1840, South Salem, O.

Jr., M. D., (d. Apr. 10, 1898, Hillsboro', Ohio,

m. Oct. 22, 1868, Greenfield.
Ohio,

49. Alice M. Miller. (b. Sept. 2, 1847, Greenfield, O.

After preparation at Salem Academy, he was graduate 1 at
Miami Univ. in 1862, served as first Lieut, in the 1st Ohio Heavy
Artillery, by promotion from ranks. Studied medicine at Star-
ling, and Ohio, Medical Colleges. Owing to disease contracted in
the army, spent most of his professional life as a druggist at
Hillsboro, O. His wife Alice, lives in Chicago with four of her
children.

CHILDREN — FULLERTON (HUGH S., JR.)

HUGH 4 , (HUGH 3 , ELIZ 2 , HUGH 1 ).

50. (1) Aylette Fullerton, (b. July 19, 1869, Springfield, O.

(d. Mar. 22, 1907, Pittsburgh, Pa.

51. (2) Paul Fullerton, (b. Aug. 12, 1871, Hillsboro', O.
Add. : Chicago, 111.

52. (3) Hugh Stuart Fullerton 8 , (b. Sept. 10, 1873, Hillsboro', O.

m. Aug. 8, 1900, Chicago, 111.

53. Edith Zollars, (b. , Ft. Wayne. Ind.

"Hugh Stuart Fullertoir is a joy forever in the 'National
Game'. He knows all the twists of the business and is so re-



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markable in his specialty that he easily ranks First in authority
in this field."

Connected with the Chicago Tribune, (1912).
CHILDREN — FU'LLERTON (HUGH S. 5 )

HUGH 5 , (HUGH 4 , HUGH 3 , ELIZ. 2 , HUGH 1 ).

54. (1) Dorothy Fullerton. (b. July 28, 1901, Chicago, 111.

55. (2) Hugh Stuart Fullerton 5 , (b. Nov. 8, 1904, Chicago. 111.

HUGH 4 , (HUGH 3 , ELIZ. 2 , HUGH 1 ).

56. (4) Ralph Newman Fullerton, (b. Dec. 20, 1875, Hillsboro', O.
Add.: Salt Lake City, Utah. (1912).

57. (5) Mary Alice Fullerton, (b. Mar. 31, 1878, Hillsboro', O.
Add. : Chicago.

58. (6) Edward Boies Fullerton, (b. Sept. 10, 1882, Hillsboro", O.
Add. : Chicago.

CHILDREN — FULLERTON (HUGH S. SR)
HUGH 3 , (ELIZ. 2 , HUGH 1 ).

59. (6) Erskine Boies Fullerton, (b. Aug. 29, 1842, South Salem, O.

M. D., (d. July 31. 1909. Portland, Ore.

m. Oct. 19, 1871, Columbus,

O.

60. Fanny Piatt, (b. Apr. 12, 1847. Columbus, O.

(d. May 28, 1896, Columbus, O.

Dau. of Wm. A. and Fanny (Hayes) Piatt, sister of Ruth-
erford B. Hayes, Ex-Pres. of the U. S.

Erskine Boies Fullerton, M. D., died while on a journey to
Portland, Ore., and his body was brought to Columbus for
burial. He was educated at Salem Academy, and at Miami Univ.,
and was graduated there in the class of 1863. He served about
two years in the army, 'in different regiments, as Lieut, in 86th
O. V. I., enlisting from his college under his mathematical pro-
fessor, Col. McFarland. His medical course was taken at Star-
ling College, Columbus, Ohio, where he afterwards became a
professor in the chair of Materia Medica.



Genealogy of Hugh Stewart and Descendants. 25

CHILDREN — FULLERTON (ERSKINE B.)
ERSKINE 4 , ( HUGH 8 , ELIZ. 2 , HUGH 1 ).

61. (1) Wm. Piatt Fullerton, (d. in infancy, Columbus, O.

62. (2) Laura Fullerton, b. Oct. 30, L873, Columbus, O.

in. April 11, L901, Columbus,
Ohio,
03. Henry Lathrop Gilbert, (b. Feb. 25, 1864, Gilbertsville, X. Y.

Member of "The Institute", and "Hasty Pudding Club", of
Harvard University, of which he is a graduate.

CHILDREN — GILBERT.
LAURA 5 (ERSKINE 4 HUGH 3 ELIZ 2 HUGH 1 )

64. (1) Henry Lathrop Gilbert, Jr., (b. May 20, 1902, Columbus, O.

65. (2) Erskine Fullerton Gilbert, (b. Sept. 11, 1904, Columbus, O.

66. (3) Anne Elizabeth Gilbert, (b. July 20, 1911, Columbus, O.

ERSKIXE 4 (HUGH 3 ELIZABETH 2 HUGH 1 )

67. (3) Dorothy Fullerton, (b. July 9, 1877, Columbus, O.

m. Sept. 27, 1900, Columbus,
O.

68. Fred W. Hubbard, (b. 1860, Columbus, O.

(d. 1913, Columbus, O.
Manufacturer, Columbus, O.

CHILDREN — HUBBARD.
DOROTHY'"', (ERSKIXE 4 , HUGH 3 , ELIZ. 2 , HUGH 4 ).

69. (6) Winslow Fullerton Hub- (b. July 14, 1901, Col -mbus, O.

bard,

70. (2) Rutherford Hubbard, (b Sept. 6, 1907, Columbus, O.

71. (3) Dorothy Hubbard, (b Oct. 7, 1909, Columbus, O.

72. (4) Mary Jane Hubbard, (b Mar. 13. I'M 2. Columbus, O.

ERSKINE 4 , (HUGH 3 , ELIZ. 2 , HUGH 1 ).

73. (4) Rutherford Fullerton, (b. June 30, 1881, Columbus, O.
Electrical Engr. Columbus, Ohio.

74. (5) Fanny Fullerton, (b. Dec. 2, 1883, Columbus, O.

m. Apr. 30. 1907, Columbus,
O.

75. Albert M. Miller, (b. 1882.

Mr. Miller was graduated from Williams College: Member
Chi Psi Fraternity. Add. : Columbus, Ohio.



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CHILDREN — MILLER.

FANNY 5 (ERSKINE 4 HUGH 3 ELIZ 2 HUGH 1 )

76. (1) Albert Fullerton Miller, (b. Apr. 19, 1910, Columbus, O.

77. (2) Mary Barbara Miller, (b. Feb. 13, 1912, Columbus, O.

HUGH 3 , (ELIZ. 2 , HUGH 1 ).

78. (7) Dorothy Fullerton, (b. Oct. 30, 1845, South Salem, O.

Dorothy received her education at Salem Academy, Oxford-
Female College, and Cooper Female Sem., Dayton, Ohio. In
1892 she accompanied her aged mother and her sister Elizabeth,,
to Springfield, Ohio, and since has made that city her home.
The mother and sister having been laid to rest, she has since
lived with her brother and his wife in "Salem Cottage." She and
her brother George are the last two "Autumn leaves" left on
the family tree. 1914.

ELIZ. 2 (HUGH 1 )

79. (4) Thomas Fullerton, (b. Aug. 25, 1807.

(d. Oct. 2, 1826.

80. (5) David Fullerton, (b. Sept. 30, 1809.

(d. Oct. 19, 1822.

81. (6) Eliza Caroline Fullerton, (b. Oct. 29. 1811.

(d. Sept. 18, 1826.

ELIZ. 2 , (HUGH 1 ).

82. (7) George Stewart Fullerton, (b. May 29, 1814, Bloomingburgh,

m. Oct. 26, 1843, Greenfield, 6.

O., (d. April 15. 1884, Springfield, O.

83. Margaret Jane Smith, (b. Nov. 17, 1823, Greenfield, O.

(d. Nov. 18, 1886, Springfield, O.

Dau. of Samuel, and Sarah (Galloway) Smith.

George Stewart Fullerton was left an orphan by the death
of his mother, at the age of twelve years. The family was scat-
tered, and he grew up in the home of his uncle, Dr. Hugh C.
Stewart, in Bloomingburgh, Ohio, and after his marriage he spent
several years in Greenfield and Columbus. At the latter place, he
was steward of the State Hospital, and then he returned to
live in his home town where he had many relatives and friends.
He was a prominent figure in church, town, and county; with



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many business and other interests, which made him a man of
wide acquaintance. Mis frank, cordial manner made him pop-
ular, and he became influential and prosperous. Unforeseen finan-
cial difficulties coming late in life, broke his robust health. His
last days were spent in Springfield, Ohio.

CHILDREN — FULLERTON (GEO. S.)
GEO. 3 , (ELIZ. 2 , HUGH 1 ).

84. (1) Sarah Elizabeth Fullerton, (b. July 31, 1844.

(d. June 14, 1848.

85. (2) Samuel Smith Fullerton, (b. Dec. 3, 1845.

(d. Oct. 10, 1859.
S6. (3) Margaret Jane Fullerton, (b. May 30, 1847.

(d. Aug. 20, 1848.

87. (4) Laura Ann Fullerton, (b. Nov. 30, 1848.

(d. Sept. 1, 1849.

88. (5) Eliza Galloway Fullerton, (b. Jan. 10, 1850.

m. Oct. 15, 1874, Blooming-
burgh, O.

89. George Jackson, (b. July 28, 1846.

CHILDREN — JACKSON (GEO.)

ELIZA 4 , (GEO. 3 , ELIZ. 2 , HUGH 1 ).

90. (1) George Fullerton Jackson, (b. Aug. 11, 1877.

m. Apr. 26, 1909, Washing- (d. Jan. 3, 1911.
ton C. H., O.

91. Chloe Elliot, (b. May 1, 1886.

Geo. F. Jackson was one year in Wooster, O., Univ., mem-
ber of Phi Delta Theta, and was two years at Miami Univ. Was
in business with his father, George Jackson, Sr., wholesale
grocer, Washington C. H., Ohio.

92. (2) Emma Bertha, Jackson, (b. May 12, 1879.

Was at National Park Sem. Washington, D. C., two years.

93. (3) Frank Salisbury, Jackson, (b. Feb. 19, 1886.

m. Oct. 20, 1908, Washing-
ton C. H., O.

94. Ethel Craig, (b. Aug. 4, 1888.

Frank Jackson was graduated from Adelbert College of
Western Reserve Univ. with degree of A. B. Member of Sigma
Chi fraternity. Address: Washington C. H., O.



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CHILDREX — JACKSOX (FRANK S.)

FRANK 3 (ELIZA 4 GEO. 3 ELIZ. 2 HUGH 1 )

95. (1) Helen Louise, (b. Nov. 17, 1910, Washington C.

H., O.

96. (2) Judith Ann, (b. Jan. 7, 1014, Washington C.

H., O.

GEORGE 3 (ELIZABETH 2 HUGH 1 )

97. (6) Mary Ustick Fullerton, (b. Nov. 28, 1851, Bloomingburgh, 0.

(d. Sept. 29, 1866.

98. (7) George Galloway Fuller- (b. June 20, 1853, Bloomingburgh,

ton, O.

(d. Mar. 19, 1867.

99. (8) Charles Fullerton, (b. July 18, 1855, Bloomingburgh,

O.
(d. June 28, 1856.

100. (9) Emma Thissell Fullerton, (b. July 1, 1856, Bloomingburgh, O.

m. Oct. 2, 1879, Blooming- (d. Dec. 20, 1912, Chicago, 111.,
burgh, O., Presbyterian Hospital.

101. Thomas Melanchthon Salis- (b. June 15, 1845, Georgetown, O.

bury.
Farmer.

Add. : Tolono, 111.

Emma Fullerton Salisbury from her thirteenth year was a
devoted member of the church, and all her married life, spent
mostly in Tolono, 111., was active in Christian work. For twenty-
five years she was president of the Home and Foreign Mis-


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