Fullmer, Charles Byron (History - 1855)


Janet Schwarze



----Source: History of Clark County, Wisconsin (1918):.

CHARLES BYRON FULLMER, who is engaged in operating the pioneer Fullmer Farm in Section 11, Loyal Township, was born in the Province of Ontario, Canada, near Ridgeway, about twelve miles from Niagara Falls, Dec. 9, 1855, son of David J. and Julia (Herbert) Fullmer. He was brought to this county with his parents in 1866, and grew to manhood on the home farm, which he helped to clear and improve. When a young man he spent four seasons in the woods and on the river drive, and also engaged in threshing in the Dakotas for a while. At one time he operated a cheese factory in connection with O. J. Smith. Since coming into possession of the home farm he has operated it successfully and with profitable results. If is home is managed by his sister, Hettie A. Fullmer. Although taking a deep interest in everything calculated to promote the welfare of his township and county he has never cared to seek public office. Fraternally he is associated with the Masons and Woodmen at Greenwood.



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