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Fuller, Gilbert M., was born in Antwerp, May 5, 1837, a son of John and Electa (Bacon) Fuller, he born in Whitenham, N. Y., and she born in Jefferson county, daughter of Timothy Bacon. John Fuller was a son of John Fuller, a native of Vermont, and came to Whitenham, N. Y., and then to Antwerp, being one of the early settlers of the town. John, father of Gilbert M., was a farmer and in politics a Republican. He and his wife had ten children: Abner, Alpheus, Gilbert M., Loclema, an infant not named, John, Albert, Savilian, and Eugene. Mr. Fuller died in 1885 and his wife in 1851. Gilbert M. was reared on a farm and educated in the common schools. He is a farmer and has made his own property and has a farm of 162 acres where he lives and thirty-two in pine timber and a dairy of twenty-four cows. In politics he is a Republican and a member of Antwerp Grange. May 4, 1862, Mr. Fuller married Mary 0'Hara, born in St. Lawrence county, daughter of Ralph O'Hara, one of the early settlers of St. Lawrence county. To Mr. and Mrs. Fuller were born two sons: Bert, born July 25, 1872, graduated from Ives Seminary in 1890 and is now a teacher in Minnesota; and Frank G., born September 13, 1874 educated in Ives Seminary and is a farmer. Mrs. Fuller died August 19, 1887, and in 1888 Mr. Fuller married Martha, daughter of Harris and Sylvina (Wells) Henderson, who came to St. Lawrence county where he died about 1891 and his wife in 1884.

Our County and it's people
a descriptive work on Jefferson County, New York
Edited by: Edgar C. Emerson
The Boston History Co., Publishers, Syracuse, N. Y. 1898