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1883 History of
Franklin and Cerro Gordo Counties, Iowa


Among the next settlers were: George C. FULLER. . . all of whom came before 1875.

George O. FULLER is the oldest living settler in Bath township. He was born in Andover, Merrimac Co., N. H., April 18, 1834. He had good school advantages, attending Highland Lake Institute, at East Andover. He then engaged with a number of bridge builders, working on the Northern New Hampshire Railroad, and continued in their employ seven years.

He was married, Jan. 13, 1857, to Louisa A. BROWN, and remained in Andover till 1859, then moved to Bureau Co., Ill., renting a farm until 1866, when he removed to Cerro Gordo Co., Iowa, buying wild land on section 16, now known as Bath township, which he has well improved and beautified with fruit, shade and ornamental trees. They are the parents of four children - Charles D., Eva J. Cora B. and Georgia May.

Mr. FULLER is a prominent man in home affairs, and has held offices of trust in the township.

SOURCE: History of Franklin and Cerro Gordo Counties, Iowa. p. 757. Union Publishing Co. Springfield IL. 1883.

Transcription by Sharon R. Becker, February of 2011



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