Clyde C. Fulton, an enterprising young man of Wellsville, is a veteran of the World War. He was born at French
Lick Springs, Ind., Feb. 10, 1894, and is the son of John and Mary (Applegate) Fulton.
John Fulton is a native of Orange County, Ind., as is his wife. They have lived in Wellsville since 1901, where
Mr. Fulton is employed in the potteries. He is a Democrat, a member of the Christian Church, and belongs to the
Modern Woodmen of America. Mr. and Mrs. Fulton are the parents of seven children, as follows: William, deceased;
Daisy, married Raymond Harper, lives in Cleveland; Clyde C., the subject of this Clyde C. Fulton attended the public
schools of Wellsville and since 1909 has been in the employ of the American Sheet & Tin Plate Company. During
the World War Mr. Fulton was inducted into service and was with Battery E, 18th Field Artillery, 3rd Division.
He served overseas and was discharged Aug. 24, 1919, after having been with the army of occupation in Germany.
On Aug. 1, 1924, Mr. Fulton was united in marriage with Miss Henrietta Geisse, who was born in Wellsville, Jan.
21, 1905, the daughter of Frank and Emily (Campbell) Geisse. Mr. and Mrs. Geisse, who live in Yellow Creek Township,
are the parents of six children: Thelma, at home; Mrs. Fulton; June, Raymond, Clara and Emily, all at home. To
Mr. and Mrs. Fulton a daughter has been born, Yvonne Emily, born in 1925.
Mr. Fulton is a member of the Christian Church and belongs to the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He is a Democrat and
is popular among his many friends and acquaintances.
History of Columbiana County, Ohio
By: Harold B. Barth
Historical Publishing Company
Columbiana County, Ohio Biographies
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