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Subject: Re: Fullerton Books CORRECTION ON PREVIOUS REPLY
Date: 21 Jul 2004 15:09:40 -0600
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Surnames: Fullerton, Motley, Stevenson, Dickey
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Thank you so much! I will send my letter today.
Here are a few additions you may share with Gordon Fullerton. I do so much appreciate all the hard work he's put into those volumes.
He has my 3g-grandparents, Jesse Harrell Fullerton and Martha Stevenson. (vol 2. Pennsylvania Clan #022MT-1A p. 15-6 in the 1995 edition). Martha's parents were William Stevenson and Martha Dickey. Nobody I've talked to yet has Martha's dates, but there is a story from a descendant that she died during the Civil War when her wagon overturned.
My 2g-grandmother was Mary Jane Fullerton, and her birth and marriage dates are already in the book. However, her death date is not. She died 28 Jul 1934, at Marshall, Searcy County, Arkansas, and she is buried at the East Lawn Cemetery, Marshall, Searcy County, Arkansas. Her husband, John William Motley, was born 14 Oct 1842, Jasper County, Missouri and died 20 Jan 1922, Marshall, Searcy County, Arkansas. He is also buried at the East Lawn Cemetery. He was in the Civil War on the Union side in the 76th Enrolled Missouri Militia.
They had 10 children, but four died young. My g-grandmother was the youngest, Bessie Motley (1886 - 1987).
I have pictures of Jesse, Mary Jane, and some of the others on my website at: