Biography of Harrison Fuller, Hon.


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Fuller, Hon. Harrison, was born on the homestead in 1845, where his father, William Fuller, and his grandfather settled in 1830. Willjam Fuller married a sister of Henry Keep and through life was identified as one of the practical and successful farmers of Jefferson county; conservative and of untiring industry, he accumulated a competency and was recognized as a man of sterling integrity, receiving and meriting the respect of all who knew him. Hon. Harrison Fuller was educated in the public schools and at the Union Academy of Belleville. In 1865 he married Ella Snell, and they have one daughter, Nannie. Mr. Fuller is one of the largest of the farmers and land owners in Jefferson county, cultivating at the present time 1,650 acres of land. He takes an active interest in the progress and development of his town, is vice-president of the Farmers' National Bank of Adams and director of the Watertown National Bank; he was elected to the Assembly in 1892, 1893 and 1894, his re-election then being his fourth term in the Assembly, and in which he served as chairman of the committee on banks and member of the committee of ways and means and on trade and manufactures, and it can well be said that he gave his best efforts to benefit his fellowmen.

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