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Fortunately for family historians who might otherwise run into some confusion, both were named John FULKERSON. John and Alkey later moved their family to Beaver Twp. Kate Fulkerson died of diabetes on October 23, 1903 at the age of thirty-six and was buried at Sakamoto International Cemetery. On the 1920 Census he was listed as a bookkeeper at the Fremont National Bank. From Wisconsin Civil War Compiled Service Records, Muster Rolls, Etc., Reel 10 at Wisconsin Historical Society. Fulkerson David Private, born in Pennsylvania, illegible County name begins with an L or an M, age 33, a Farmer, Married. She raised and then lived with her children (in Utahville Precinct, Beccaria Township) until well into her 80s. They lived in Cambria Co., PA on "one hundred and eighteen acres of farm land, underlaid with coal, which is a part of the original tract of land that belonged to his grandfather, John Glasgow." SMITHMILLS - Mrs. She was a revered and beloved member of her community and her generosity was freely extended to those in need. Fulkerson is survived by one brother, C V Alleman of Smithmill, and by several nieces and nephews. Oreanna STEPHENS, daughter of Benjamin and Elizabeth STEPHENS. John Oaks FULKERSON....-, lived in Guelich, Clearfield Co., PA, m. There are also some "unattached" FULKERSONS listed below, linked to 19th-century Pennsylvania but not yet linked to the rest of the family. Sebring's company of the Somerset County militia and also in the Continental Army, in which he served as a soldier, blacksmith, wagoner and teamster. (Family legend, according to descendant Ruth Leathers in a 1960 letter, which also states John was soured on slavery and freed his slaves when he moved to Pennsylvania.) A deed recorded at the Mercer County courthouse showed that John bought land on from Cornelius and Anne HENDRICKSON. The will of Lewis Fulkerson was probated at New Castle, PA on and named two daughters, Margaret and Matilda, and a granddaughter Nettie FULKERSON. There were two daughters produced by this marriage. He spent a few years in Galt, California trying to recover his health. She was probably still receiving it in 1920, when the Census found her at Beccaria, living with children William and Edra. Based on her sister's obit, she may have married a WILLIAMS. Research by a Fulkerson cousin who's actually searching for one of the unattached PA branches in this same county confirms yesterday's educated guess. found Susan and Miles WILLIAMS on the 1880 Census in Beccaria, Clearfield Co., PA, with two young children, living next door to the Fulkersons. Williams: Samuel Miles Williams, deceased, was a native of Pennsylvania.