They were also first cousins, born three years apart, the sons of brothers Jacob FOLCKERTSEN and Johannis FULKERSON. (now New Castle) in Mercer Co., PA, buying land there on on Apr 5, 1808. She was survived by her husband and four sons: Anson (1887), Walter (1889, Nagasaki), Raymond (1892, Nagasaki) and Earl (1899, Nagasaki). Enlisted at Plover March 5 by G A Speer or Spencer, for 1 year. One census listed Margaret's birthdate as , although her headstone indicates she was born in 1833. By the 1880 Census, his wife was listed as Annie M., age 45, both parents from PA.
Information in them should always be confirmed by checking primary sources (wills, deeds, censuses, etc.). Leaving this work, he was employed as a section hand on the Bells Gap Railroad. He retired from active service with the railroad and divided his attention between the farm and his store at Utahville. Williams took an interest in education at all times and served as a school director for many years in Beccaria Township. Per Civil War pension files, he married to Sarah MOORE (b. The 1860 Census showed William again at Liberty, with Sarah - age 46 - and five children. "B", 8th Regiment, Pennsylvania Cavalry near Peterburg, VA, James began to receive frequent medical care for "chronic diarrhea." Such was commonplace among soldiers in the Civil War, with illness killing far more of them than bullets.
She is survived by the following nieces and nephews. He was 74 when he or his family filed a Declaration for Dependent Father's Pension, on 20 Feb. In 1920 he was working as a blacksmith for a coal mine. Frances then went to live with a half-sister, Mae KELTZ, on William Street in Williamsport, PA. On the 1870 Census for Norton, Muskegon Co., Michigan, he and father William lived very near one another and both were working on the railroad; Ezra was single. It was largely an experimental mill, as the machinery was rough and unmanageable. She is found again in the same town in the 1990 Census, listed as "Ellenora" and living with a daughter Myra, a son Clifford, a daughter Kate Mc GEE and a son "Ward." Not too far down was John Oaks Fulkerson with wife Malissa, their children and Samuel Oaks FULKERSON, John's father. 1855, listed as a 25-yr-old student living at home in 1880. In 1874-75, he attended a course of lectures at Bellevue Medical College, New York, and in 1879-80, and in 1880-81, he attended lectures at the University of New York City, where he was graduated in March, 1881.
Judd died at Philipsburg State Hospital near Osceola Mills, PA. She is buried in a small cemetery near Lock Haven, near some STABLEY grandchildren. He was listed on 1880 census for Fruitport, Muskegon, Michigan as a 33-yr-old farmer, married to a Libbie (same age, born in WI). It was, however, a success, and having been placed at the headwaters of Little Muddy Run, it was never idle. She, her husband, her children and her parents were all b. [It appears most of the Fulkersons in this region were centered around Gulich Township, which was bounded on the north by Bigler and Woodward townships, on the east by part of the dividing line between Centre and Clearfield counties and part of the dividing line between Blair and Clearfield counties, on the south by part of the dividing line between Cambria and Clearfield counties, and on the west by Beccaria township. 1854, probably "Oreanna Myra" and named after her aunt. A county biography tells us he was "born in Gulich township, Clearfield county, Pennsylvania, March 7, 1855... In August of that year, he located at Little Marsh, in Chatham township, Tioga county, where he built up quite an extensive practice, and became widely known as a good physician. Alleman, a daughter of Henry and Catherine (Shoemaker) Alleman, of Allemans, Clearfield county.
During the World war he was much interested in the many war drives and assisted in every way that he could to make them a success. 25, 1876, and is the son of Samuel Miles and Susan Elizabeth (Fulkerson) Williams... By the 1930 Census she was still living with her brother. William's occupation was "railroad jobber." His wife then was a Mary Jane, age 46, born in NY. The Surgeon General's Office stated he died of "pulmonary consumption" (tuberculosis? James' father and brother Ezra were witnesses for Mary's Claim for Widow's Army Pension on , when she reported her age as 23. docket showed his estate was probated on , administered by former wife Mary KELCE and Charles STOCKWELL. The 1900 Census showed them living at 307 Walnut Street in Clearfield, with Judd listed as a livery man.
Her obituary appeared in the Clearfield Progress on 19 March 1960: "MISS EDRA FULKERSON UTAHVILLE - Miss Edra Fulkerson, 97 died at 11 am Thursday at Utahville where she resided with a niece. 28, 1862 at Utahville, she was a daughter of Edmund and Margaret Stanley Fulkerson. He was listed on 1880 census for Fruitport, Muskegon Co., Michigan as a 63-yr-old, widowed farmer, born in PA, living with son Ezra. Mary remarried to Samuel KELCE (or KELTZ) before May 1866 and on the 1870 Census was living with her 29-yr-old husband and three children at Canton, Bradford Co., PA . at Canton, Bradford Co., PA, listed on 1870 Census. In 1910 he was living away from home at Johnstown, PA, working as a "custom blacksmith." Judd owned a mule-powered underground coal mine near Osceola Mills, PA, until about 1918, when local officials apparently ruled the operation was detrimental to the surface roads above the mine. A history of Gulich Township, Clearfield Co., PA tells us that "During the year 1850 the first saw-mill was built by Joseph Fry and Daniel Fulkerson.