Clark and Jackson
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MOSES K. FULLER, a prosperous farmer, residing on section 26, Hixton Township, Jackson County, Wisconsin, was
born in the town of Jay, Oxford County, Maine, August 17, 1840. His parents, Consider and Mary (Knox) Fnller, were
also natives of Maine. The father was born April 28, 1808, and the mother April 26, 1816; both still survive, and
live with our subject in Jackson County, Wisconsin. They emigrated to Illinois in the year 1844, and settled in
Mercer County; there they remained until 1859, when they came to Jackson County, Wisconsin, and settled where Sechlerville
now stands; at the end of three years they removed to the farm now occupied by Moses K. Fuller. There were thirteen
children in the family: Azubah, Caroline, Moses K., Amanda, Adelia A., Susana, Hiram, Almeda, Eleanora and Benjamin
grew to maturity. The father was married first to Miss Azubah Caswil, of Maine, by whom he had one child, Mary
Moses K. grew to manhood on a farm in Illinois, and passed his youth in the occupations incident to the clearing
and cultivation of a wild tract of land. In was in 1860 that he came to Jackson County, Wisconsin. Four years later
we find him enlisted as a private in Company I, Fourteenth Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, He served until the declaration
of peace as a soldier in the Western army under Gereral Sherman. He was in the battles of Resaca, Altoona Pass,
Kenesaw Mountain, Atlanta, Nashville and Franklin. He was never wounded or taken prisoner, but owing to exposure
and privation he lost his health, and is now liberally pensioned by the Government. He was honorably discharged
October 19, 1865, at Mobile, Alabama, He then returned to Jackson County, where he resumed the more peaceful pursuit
of agriculture. He owns 120 acres of land in Hixton Township, and by energy and good management he has placed eighty
acres under good cultivation. The people of the township have testified to the confidence they have in Mr. Fuller
by calling him to fill the various local offices; he has ever proved worthy of the trust reposed in him. Politically
he is identified with the Republican party. He is a member of the P. C. Judkins Post, No. 87, at Alma Center, Wisconsin.
Mr. Fuller was joined in marriage March 17, 1887, to Miss Elizabeth A. Brown, of Black River Falls, Wisconsin.
Mrs. Fuller was born at Kalamazoo, Michigan, December 8, 1848, and is a daughter of Elijah B. and Lucinda (Overacker)
Brown. Eleven children are the truit of this union: Harris, Elsworth, Ruth, Ernest, Susan B., Consider, Elijah.
Laura L. and Moses P.; Ernest Laura and three infants are deceased. Ruth married William Halford, of Jackson County,
Wisconsin. Mrs. Fuller passed from this life to her eternal rest October 7, 1890, deeply mourned by her family
and a large circle of acquaintances.
Biographical History of
Clark and Jackson Counties Wisconsin
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