Cerro Gordo County Iowa
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1883 History of
Franklin and Cerro Gordo Counties, Iowa


C. W. FULLER is fully entitled to be enrolled among the prominent and worthy citizens of Cerro Gordo county. He has received the best evidence of the confidence of his townsmen in their support for local offices, has fought for the integrity of his country's flag, and made a meritorious record as a citizen.

He was born in Allegany Co., N. Y., July 13, 1841, where he attained his majority on a farm. In 1861 he went to Columbia Co., Wis., returning to his native State in the fall of 1863.

He enlisted in January, 1864, in company F, 4th New York Heavy Artillery, which command was attached to the Army of the Potomac from the battle of the Wilderness to the surrender of Lee. On the mustering out of his regiment he returned to Wisconsin.

He was married in 1866 to Marion, daughter of Gideon and Rachel ALDRICH. He moved to Iowa and located on their present home in the spring of 1867. They have two children - Walter E. and Leslie C. FULLER.

Mr. FULLER is a republican in politics, and owns a farm of 160 acres of fine land on sections 17 and 21.

SOURCE: History of Franklin and Cerro Gordo Counties, Iowa. p. 887. Union Publishing Co. Springfield IL. 1883.

Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, February of 2011



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