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George Fuller was born Unknown, and Died Unknown. He is the son of Unknown.

Rosanna W. "Rosa" Abbey was born December 12, 1822, in Durham Co., Upper Canada, and died March 29, 1904, in Janesville, Waseca Co., MN, at age 81. Buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Elysian, Le Sueur Co., MN. She is the daughter of Nathaniel Abbey of Dutchess Co., Province of New York, and Mary "Polly" Winters of Dutchess Co., Province of New York.

George Fuller and Rosanna "Rosa" Abbey were married July 1, 1838, in Cramahe Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada.

George Fuller and Rosanna "Rosa" (Abbey) Fuller had several children:

  1. Olive Elizabeth Fuller: Born February 26, 1841, in Cramahe Twp., Newcastle District, Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; Died June 25, 1907, in Janesville, Waseca Co., MN (age 66). Buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Elysian, Le Sueur Co., MN. Married March 22, 1862, in Waseca Co., MN, to John Ash: Born April, 1832, in County Somerset, England; Died September 10, 1908, in Janesville, Waseca Co., MN (age 76). Buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Elysian, Le Sueur Co., MN.
  2. Ezra Fuller: Born about 1844 in Cramahe Twp., Newcastle District, Northumberland Co., Upper Canada; Died after 1860 in Unknown.
  3. Emaline Lucinda Fuller: December 21, 1847, in Michigan; Died September 22, 1919, in Waterville Twp., Le Sueur Co., MN (age 71). Buried in Sakatah Cemetery, Waterville, Le Sueur Co., MN. Married July 31, 1861, in Otisco Twp., Waseca Co., MN, to David Alexander Rodgers: Born April 19, 1836, in Beaver Co., PA; Died November 30, 1926, at the home of his son, Charles E. Rodgers, in Anita, Cass Co., IA (age 90). Buried in Sakatah Cemetery, Waterville, Le Sueur Co., MN.
  4. George Emerson Fuller: Born April, 1850, in Michigan; Died January 12, 1912, on the E. D. Carpenter farm south of Waterville, Waseca Co., MN (age 61). Buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Elysian, Le Sueur Co., MN. Addie Mills. Married to Sarah A. (Unknown) Hodge: Born 1862 in Minnesota; Died January 16, 1903, in Waseca Co., MN (about age 40). Buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Elysian, Le Sueur Co., MN. Lived in Janesville Twp., Waseca C., MN, in 1900. Their daughter, Mary Elizabeth Fuller, married William Henry Rodgers' son, George W. Rodgers, June 15, 1917, in Le Sueur Center, Le Sueur Center, Le Sueur Co., MN. They were divorced before 1940 in MN.

After George Fuller died, Rosanna "Rosa" (Abbey) Fuller married David Ketchum.

David Ketchum was born Unknown in Ohio, and died Unknown. There is a David Ketchum with unknown dates of birth and death, that is buried in United Church of Christ Cemetery, Viola, Olmsted Co., MN. A note indicates Veteran of the Mexican war (1846-1848). Company F, 32nd Illinois Infantry.

David Ketchum and Rosanna W. "Rosa" (Abbey) Fuller were married about 1854 in Unknown.

David Ketchum and Rosanna "Rosa" (Abbey) (Fuller) Ketchum had one child:

  1. Daniel W. Ketchum: Born April, 1855, in Illinois; Died January 12, 1936, in Paynesville, Stearns Co., MN (about age 82). Married (1) June 23, 1876, in Minnesota, to Estelle Maria "Stella/Mary" Brossard: Born May 16, 1860, in Waseca Co., MN; Died 1907 in Eden Lake, Stearns Co., MN (about age 47). Married (2) about 1907 in Minnesota to Unknown. Married (3) September 4, 1923, in Bessemer, Gogebic Co., MI, to a widow, Clara A. (Wheeler) Ayers: Born April, 1860, in New York; Died after 1923 in Unknown. At the time of marrying Clara, he was a Farmer and a resident of Paynesville, MN, and she was a Dressmaker and a resident of Owatonna, MN. His parents: David Ketchum and Rosanna Abby; her parents: E. H. Wheeler and Harriet Brooke. Each had been married once before. Married (4) in Minnesota to Mabel Unknown: Born Unknown; Died Unknown. In 1917, Mabel, Edmond, Arthur and Clarence A. Ketchum are living at 219 E. Annapolis, Saint Paul, Ramsey Co., MN. In 1910, Clara was married about 1876 to George H. Ayers. He died October 18, 1919, in Minnesota, and is buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, Owatonna, Steele Co., MN. In 1920, Daniel was married to Elizabeth, and was living in Santiago Twp., Sherburne Co., MN. Elizabeth was born about 1851 in Indiana. Married (5) about 1909 in Paynesville, Stearns Co., MN, to Millie F. Unknown: Born about 1876 in Minnesota to Illinois-born parents; Died Unknown.

Rosanna W. "Rosa" (Abbey) (Fuller) Ketchum then married George Carpenter.

George Carpenter was born April 16, 1819, in Bethan, NJ, and died June 30, 1908, in Elysian, Le Sueur Co., MN, at age 79 years, 2 months, and 4 days. Buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Elysian, Le Sueur Co., MN. He is the son of Unknown. A son, George Morgan Carpenter, married December 4, 1884, in Le Sueur Co., MN, to Alma Cornelia Culp.

George Carpenter and Rosanna W. "Rosa" (Abbey) (Fuller) Ketchum were married June 16, 1864, in Rice Co., MN.

George Carpenter and Rosanna W. "Rosa" (Abbey) (Fuller) Carpenter had one child:

  1. Francis DeForest Carpenter: Born December 31, 1866, in Elysian, Le Sueur Co., MN; Died May 25, 1911, in Janesville, Waseca Co., MN (about age 45). Married April 24, 1889, in Le Sueur Co., MN, to Lydia Mae Bickell: Born October 16, 1872, in Jackson, Cass Co., IN; Died December 22, 1951, in Elysian, Le Sueur Co., MN (age 79).



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Ontario was known as: "Upper Canada" from December 26, 1791, to February 10, 1841; "Canada West" from February 10, 1841, to July 1, 1867; and "Ontario" after July 1, 1867.


   

George Carpenter and Rosanna "Rosa" (Abbey) (Fuller) Carpenter are buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Elysian, Le Sueur Co., MN. Thanks to Find-A-Grave for making these images available.


George Fuller was born Unknown.

David Ketchum was born Unknown in Ohio.

George Carpenter was born April 16, 1819, in Bethan, NJ.

Rosana "Rosa" Abbey was born December 12, 1822, in Durham Co., Upper Canada.

George Fuller and Rosana "Rosa" Abbey were married July 1, 1838, in Cramahe Twp., Northumberland Co., Upper Canada.

The 1842 Canadian, Upper Canada Census, taken in 1842 shows George Fuller is a Farmer, and is living in Cramahe Twp., Newcastle District, Northumberland Co., Upper Canada.


David Ketchum Military Record.


David Ketchum and Rosanna W. "Rosa" (Abbey) Fuller were married about 1854, probably in Illinois.

Daniel W. "Dan" Ketchum was born about 1855 in Illinois.

The 1860 U. S. Census taken on July 14, 1860, shows Rosanna Fuller (age 38) born in New York, is the Head of Household, and is is living in Jackson Twp., Jackson Co., MN. Living with her are: Elizabeth Fuller (age 21) born in New York; Ezra Fuller (age 16) born in New York; Emeline Fuller (age 12) born in New York; George Fuller (age 10) born in New York; and Daniel Fuller (age 6) born in New York. Leigh Larson note: Rosanna Fuller and David Rodgers are living on adjacent farms. Daniel Fuller is Rosanna's son from her marriage to David Ketchum.

The 1860 U. S. Census taken on July 14, 1860, shows David Rodgers (age 22) born in Pennsylvania, is a Farmer, and is living in Jackson Twp., Jackson Co., MN. Leigh Larson note: Rosanna Fuller and David Rodgers are living on adjacent farms.


The 1860 U. S. Census shows David Rodgers (age 22) born in Pennsylvania, and Rosanna Fuller (age 38) born in New York, are Heads of Household that are living on adjacent farms in Jackson Twp., Jackson Co., MN.


David Alexander Rodgers and Emaline Lucinda Fuller were married July 31, 1861, in Otisco Twp., Waseca Co., MN.

George Carpenter and Rosanna W. "Rosa" (Abbey) (Fuller) Ketchum were married June 16, 1864, in Rice Co., MN.

The 1865 Minnesota State Census taken on June 1, 1865, shows a male, George Carpenter is the Head of Household is living in Janesville Twp., Waseca Co., MN. Living with him are: a female, Rosana Carpenter; a male, George M. Carpenter; a female, Lovey N. Carpenter; a male, James A. Carpenter; a female, Minerva A. Carpenter; a male, George E. Fuller; a female, Emaline Rogers; a male, Daniel K. Ketchum; a male, William Rogers; and a male, David R. Rogers (listed as insane).

The 1870 U. S. Census taken on July 4, 1870, shows David Rogers (age 31) born January, 1836, in Iowa, and who cannot write, and with real estate of $1,000 and personal estate of $500 is a Farmer, and is living in Waterville Twp., Le Sueur Co., MN. Living with him are: Emaline Rogers (age 23) born in Michigan, who is Keeping House; William Rogers (age 6) born in Minnesota; Charles Rogers (age 1) born in Minnesota; and Mary Vanblaricon (age 58) born in Kentucky.

The 1870 U. S. Census taken on July 14, 1870, shows George Carpenter (age 52) born in New York, with real estate of $1.200 and personal estate of $950 is a Farmer, and is living in Janesville Twp., Waseca Co., MN. Living with him are: a male, George M. Carpenter (age 16) born in Illinois; a female, Lovey H. Carpenter (age 14) born in Illinois; a female, Minerva A. Carpenter (age 12) born in Illinois; a male, George Emerson (age 20) born in Illinois, a Laborer; a male, David Ketchum (age 18) born in Illinois, a Laborer; a male, Francis D. Carpenter (age 4) born in Minnesota; and a female, Rosanna Carpenter (age 49) born in New York, who is Keeping House.

The 1870 U. S. Census taken on July 15, 1870, shows John Ash (age 39) born in England, with real estate of $2,400 and personal estate of $850 is a Farmer, and is living in Janesville Twp., Waseca Co., MN. Living with him are: Olive E. Ash (age 31) born in Canada, who is Keeping House; Ella J. Ash (age 6) born in Minnesota; and Emeline L. Ash (age 4) born in Minnesota.

The 1875 Minnesota State Census taken on June, 1875, shows George Carpenter (age 56) born in New York to Pennsylvania and Vermont-born parents, is living in Janesville Twp., Waseca Co., MN. Living with him are: a female, Rosana Carpenter (age 53) born in New York to Connecticut-born parents; and a male, Francis Carpenter (age 9) born in Minnesota to Connecticut and New York-born parents; and a female, Rasine Oscar: born in New York to France and New York-born parents.

The 1875 Minnesota State Census taken on June, 1875, shows David Rogers (age 37) born in Ohio to Vermont and Pennsylvania-born parents, is living in Waterville Twp., Le Sueur Co., MN. Living with him are: Eveline Rogers (age 26) born in Michigan; William Rogers (age 12) born in Minnesota; Charles Rogers (age 5) born in Minnesota to Ohio and Michigan-born parents; Ellen Rogers (age 3) born in Minnesota to Ohio and Michigan-born parents; a female Infant Rogers (age 0) born in Minnesota to Ohio and Michigan-born parents; and Daniel Ketchener (age 20) born in Illinois to Ohio and Michigan-born parents.

The 1880 U. S. Census taken on June 8, 1880, shows George Carpenter (age 62) born in New York to Rhode Island and Vermont-born parents, is a married Farmer with Rheumatism, and is living in Janesville Twp., Waseca Co., MN. Living with him are: his wife, Rosana Carpenter (age 60) born in New York to Vermont and New Hampshire-born parents, who is Keeping House; and his unmarried son, Francis D. Carpenter (age 14) born in Minnesota to Vermont and New York-born parents.

The 1880 U. S. Census taken on June 15, 1880, shows David Ketcham (age 25) born in Illinois to Blank and Illinois-born parents, is a married Farmer, and is living in Elmo Twp., Otter Tail Co., MN. Living with him are: his wife, Estella Ketcham (age 19) born in Minnesota to France and Minnesota-born parents, who is Keeping House; his son, Frank Ketcham (age 2) born in Minnesota to Illinois and Minnesota-born parents; his son, Clarence Ketcham (age 9/12, August) born in Minnesota to Illinois and Minnesota-born parents; and an unmarried male Servant, James Nowtna (age 22) born in Bohemia to Bohemian-born parents, a Farm Laborer.

The 1880 U. S. Census taken on June 17, 1880, shows David Rogers (age 42) born in Ohio to Maine and Pennsylvania-born parents, and who cannot read and cannot write, is a Farmer, and is living in Waterville Twp., Le Sueur Co., MN. Living with him are: his wife, Eveline Rogers (age 32) born in Michigan to Canadian and New York-born parents, who is Keeping House, who is Keeping House; his son, William Rogers (age 17) born in Minnesota to Ohio and Michigan-born parents; Daisy Rogers (age 14) born in Minnesota; Wm. Rogers (age 32) born in Minnesota, a Farmer; Charles Rogers (age 8) born in Minnesota; Mabel Rogers (age 5) born in Minnesota; and Ethel Rogers (age 14) born in Minnesota.

The 1880 U. S. Census taken on June 5, 1880, shows John Ash (age 45) born in England to English-born parents, is a married Farmer, and is living in Janesville Twp., Waseca Co., MN. Living with him are: his wife, Elizabeth O. Ash (age 39) born in Canada to New York-born parents, who is Keeping House; his daughter, Ella Ash (age 16) born in Minnesota to English and Canadian-born parents; his daughter, Emiline L. Ash (age 14) born in Minnesota to English and Canadian-born parents; his daughter, Rosana Ash (age 8) born in Minnesota to English and Canadian-born parents; his daughter, his daughter, Nellie M. Ash (age 6/12, November) born in Minnesota to English and Canadian-born parents; and an unmarried Boarder, Orrson Hudson (age 23) born in Wisconsin to New York-born parents, a Laborer.

The 1885 Minnesota State Census taken on June, 1885, shows Geo. Carpenter (age 66) born in New York, is living in Janesville Twp., Waseca Co., MN. Living with him are: Rosana Carpenter (age 64) born in New York; and a male, Francis Carpenter (age 19) born in Minnesota.

The 1895 Minnesota State Census taken on June 24, 1895, shows a married male, Geo. Carpenter (age 77) born in New York, and who has resided in Minnesota for 34 years, and has resided in this District for 34 years, is a Farmer, and is living in Janesville Twp., Waseca Co., MN. Living with him is a married female, Rosanna Carpenter (age 73) born in New York. His married son and family, Francis Carpenter lives on the adjacent property.

The 1895 Minnesota State Census taken on June 3, 1895, shows David Ketchum (age 40) born in Illinois, and who has lived in Minnesota for 35 years and 3 months, and has lived in this district for 30 years, is a married Laborer, and is living in the Village of Elysian, Le Sueur Co., MN. Living with him are: his wife, Stella Ketchum (age 35) born in Minnesota, and who has lived in Minnesota for 35 years and 8 months, and has lived in this district for 35 years; a male, Frank Ketchum (age 18) born in Minnesota, and who has lived in Minnesota for 18 years and 6 months, and has lived in this district for 18 years, a Laborer; a male, Clarance Ketchum (age 16) born in Minnesota, and who has lived in Minnesota for 16 years and 6 months, and has lived in this district for 16 years; a female, Emiline Ketchum (age 14) born in Minnesota, and who has lived in Minnesota for 14 years and 3 months, and has lived in this district for 14 years; a female, Addie Ketchum (age 11) born in Minnesota, and who has lived in Minnesota for 11 years and 4 months, and has lived in this district for 11 years; a female, Achie Ketchum (age 9) born in Minnesota, and who has lived in Minnesota for 9 years and 7 months, and has lived in this district for 9 years; a female, Ethel Ketchum (age 6) born in Minnesota, and who has lived in Minnesota for 6 years and 5 months, and has lived in this district for 6 years; a female, Else Ketchum (age 3) born in Minnesota, and who has lived in Minnesota for 3 years and 1 month, and has lived in this district for 3 years; and a female, Arthur Ketchum (age 1) born in Minnesota, and who has lived in Minnesota for 1 years and 2 months, and has lived in this district for 1 years.

The 1895 Minnesota State Census taken on June 3, 1895, shows David Rogers (age 59) born in Ohio, and who was a Soldier or Sailor in the War of Rebellion, is a Farmer, and is living in Waterville Twp., Le Sueur Co., MN. Living with him are: Emmeline Rogers (age 48) born in Michigan; Frank Rogers (age 20) born in Minnesota; Daisy Rogers (age 14) born in Minnesota; Wm. Rogers (age 32) born in Minnesota, a Farmer; Charles Rogers (age 8) born in Minnesota; Mabel Rogers (age 5) born in Minnesota; and Ethel Rogers (age 14) born in Minnesota.

The 1900 U. S. Census taken on June 9, 1900, shows David Rogrs (age 64) born January, 1836, in Ohio to Maine-born parents, and first married at age 39, is a married Farmer who owns his farm free of a mortgage, and is living in Waterville Twp., Le Sueur Co., MN. Living with him are: his wife, Emaline Rogrs (age 52) born December, 1847, in Michigan to New York-born parents, and first married at age 30, and with 4 of the 8 children born to her still alive; his unmarried son, Frank A. Rogrs (age 25) born December, 1874, in Minnesota to Ohio and Michigan-born parents, a Farm Laborer; and his unmarried daughter, Dasie Rogrs (age 19) born August, 1880, in Minnesota to Ohio and Michigan-born parents.

The 1900 U. S. Census taken on June 21, 1900, shows Daniel Ketchum (age 45) born April, 1855, in Illinois to United States-born parents, is a married Fisherman, and who rents his home, and is living in the Village of Eden Valley, Eden Lake Twp., Le Sueur Co., MN. Living with him are: his wife of 23 years, Estella Ketchum (age 40) born May, 1840, in Minnesota to French Canadian and United States-born parents, with 8 of the 9 children born to her still alive; his daughter, Ella Ketchum (age 14) born April, 1886, in Minnesota to Illinois and Minnesota-born parents; his daughter, Ethel Ketchum (age 11) born January, 1889, in Minnesota to Illinois and Minnesota-born parents; his son, Arthur Ketchum (age 6) born February, 1894, in Minnesota to Illinois and Minnesota-born parents; and his son, Lawrence Ketchum (age 2) born October, 1897, in Minnesota to Illinois and Minnesota-born parents.

Rosanna "Rosa" (Abbey) (Fuller) Carpenter died March 29, 1904, in Janesville, Waseca Co., MN, at age 81. Buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Elysian, Le Sueur Co., MN.

The 1905 Minnesota State Census taken on June, 1905, shows David A. Rogers (age 68) born in Ohio to Maine and Ohio-born parents, and having lived in Minnesota for 44 years, and lived in this district for 42 years, is a Farmer, and is living in Waterville Twp., Le Sueur Co., MN. Living with him are: Eveline L. Rogers (age 57) born in Canada to Did Not Know-born parents, and having lived in Minnesota for 44 years, and lived in this district for 42 years, a Housewife; and a female, Thankful D. Rogers (age 24) born in Minnesota to Ohio and Canadian-born parents, and having lived in Minnesota for 24 years, and lived in this district for 24 years and 9 months.

The 1905 Minnesota State Census taken on June 8, 1905, shows Danial Ketcham (age 50) born in Ohio to Ohio-born parents, and having lived in Minnesota for 42 years, 0 months, and lived in this district for 7 years 2 months, is a Fisher, and is living in Eden Lake Twp., Stearns Co., MN. Living with him are: a female, Estella M. Ketchum (age 45) born in Minnesota to Massachusetts and New York-born parents, and having lived in Minnesota for 45 years, 1 month, and lived in this district for 7 years 3 months, a Housekeeper; a female, Ethel Ketchum (age 16) born in Minnesota to Ohio and Minnesota-born parents, and having lived in Minnesota for 16 years, 5 months, and lived in this district for 7 years 3 months, a Housekeeper; a male, Arthur D. Ketchum (age 10) born in Minnesota to Ohio and Minnesota-born parents, and having lived in Minnesota for 10 years, 3 months, and lived in this district for 7 years 3 months; a male, Lawrence L. Ketchum (age 7) born in Minnesota to Ohio and Minnesota-born parents, and having lived in Minnesota for 7 years, 6 months, and lived in this district for 7 years 3 months; and a male, Edmond Ketchum (age 4) born in Minnesota to Ohio and Minnesota-born parents, and having lived in Minnesota for 4 years, 6 months, and lived in this district for 4 years 6.

George Carpenter died June 30, 1908, in Elysian, Le Sueur Co., MN, at age 79 years, 2 months, and 4 days. Buried in Cedar Hill Cemetery, Elysian, Le Sueur Co., MN.

The 1910 U. S. Census taken on April 21, 1910, shows David Rodgers (age 74) born in Ohio to Vermont and Pennsylvania-born parents is a married Farmer of his Own Farm, and who owns his farm free of a mortgage, and is living in Waterville Twp., Le Sueur Co., MN. Living with him are: his wife of 49 year, Evalyne Rodgers (age 63) born in Michigan to English Canadian and New York-born parents, with 4 of the 8 children born to her still alive; and his unmarried daughter, Daisy Rodgers (age 25) born in Minnesota to Ohio and Michigan-born parents. Leigh Larson note: Frank Rodgers and family live on the adjacent farm.

The 1920 U. S. Census taken on January 13, 1920, shows David Rogers (age 84) born in Ohio to Pennsylvania-born parents is a widower who owns his farm free of a mortgage, and is living in Waterville Twp., Le Sueur Co., MN. Living with him is his unmarried daughter, Daisy T. Rogers (age 35) born in Minnesota to Ohio and Michigan-born parents. Leigh Larson note: Frank A. Rogers and family live on the adjacent farm.

The 1930 U. S. Census taken on April 18, 1930, shows Danial V. Ketchem (age 74) born in Illinois to Pennsylvania and Illinois-born parents is a married Head of Household, and who is renting his home for $5/month, and is living on Koronia Avenue, Village of Paynesville, Stearns Co., MN. Living with him are: his wife of 21 years, Millie F. Ketchem (age 54) born in Minnesota to Illinois-born parents;  daughter, Eleanora S. Ketchem (age 13) born in Minnesota to Illinois and Minnesota-born parents.


 

Gender: Female
Burial Date:  
Burial Place:  
Death Date: 05 Apr 1894
Death Place: Waterville, Le Sueur Co., Mn
Age: 11
Birth Date: 1883
Birthplace: Minn.
Occupation: Farmer
Race: White
Marital Status: Single
Spouse's Name:  
Father's Name: David Rogers
Father's Birthplace: Ohio
Mother's Name: E Rogers
Mother's Birthplace: Michigan
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B53082-4
System Origin: Minnesota-EASy
GS Film number: 1320255
Reference ID: bk C P 50

 


 

 

Gender: Male Burial Date:   Burial Place:   Death Date: 09 Mar 1934 Death Place: Waterville Tp., Lesueur, Minnesota Age: 70 Birth Date: 30 Jul 1863 Birthplace: Minn. Occupation: Farmer Race: White Marital Status: Married Spouse's Name:   Father's Name: David Rodgers Father's Birthplace: Ohio Mother's Name: Emaline Fuller Mother's Birthplace:   Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B53043-8 System Origin: Minnesota-EASy GS Film number: 1320256 Reference ID: p 275

 

 


 

 

Gender: Female Burial Date: 24 Sep 1919 Burial Place:   Death Date: 22 Sep 1919 Death Place: Waterville, Lesueur, Minnesota Age: 71 Birth Date: 21 Dec 1847 Birthplace: Mich. Occupation: Housewife Race: White Marital Status: Married Spouse's Name:   Father's Name: Geo. Fuller Father's Birthplace:   Mother's Name: Rosana Abbey Mother's Birthplace: Canada Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B02121-2 System Origin: Minnesota-EASy GS Film number: 2218030 Reference ID: 6958

 

 

Gender: Male Burial Date:   Burial Place:   Death Date: 12 Jan 1912 Death Place: Janesville Township, Waseca, Minnesota Age: 61 Birth Date: 1851 Birthplace:   Occupation:   Race:   Marital Status:   Spouse's Name:   Father's Name: Geo. Fuller Father's Birthplace:   Mother's Name: Rosanne Abby Mother's Birthplace:   Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B02098-8 System Origin: Minnesota-EASy GS Film number: 2138523 Reference ID: 13656

 


 

 

George E. Fuller married February 18, 1874, in Janesville, Waseca Co., MN, to Millisa A. Bradt.

Birth: 1851

Death: Jan. 12, 1912, Waterville, Le Sueur County, Minnesota, USA

no marker

Emerson Fuller dropped dead at the E. D. Carpenter farm south of town last Friday shortly after noon. He had been cutting wood there during the morning and was about as usual up to the hour of his death, which was caused by heart trouble. He was buried Sunday afternoon, Rev. Westhaver reading prayer at the grave.
Waterville Sentinel, 1-26-1912 

 

 

Birth: 1862

Death: Jan. 16, 1903

The death of Mrs. Emerson Fuller, living across the line in Waseca county, occurred last Friday morning, from consumption. She leaves a husband and several small children.
Waseca County Herald, 1-23-1903

Her name is Addie Mills.

Birth: May 27, 1899, Elysian, Le Sueur County, Minnesota, USA

Death: Nov. 30, 1966, Saint Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota, USA

 

Viola was born on October 5, 1923, to George and Mary (Fuller) Rodgers in Waterville, Minnesota.

Birth: Oct. 5, 1923, Waterville, Le Sueur County, Minnesota, USA

Death: Aug. 12, 2001, Hermantown, St. Louis County, Minnesota, USA

 


The Janesville Argus, September 16, 1908

Birth: 1832
Somerset, England

Death: Sep. 10, 1908
Janesville
Waseca County
Minnesota, USA

DEATH OF AN AGED CITIZEN

John Ash, A Pioneer, Passes Away At His Home In This Place Deceased Was An Invalid For Several Years Funeral At M. E. Church

FUNERAL WAS HELD SUNDAY AFTERNOON

John Ash, an aged and respected citizen, passed away at the family home in this place shortly after 7 o'clock Thursday evening, following a prolonged illness. Some four years ago the deceased was stricken with paralysis. His whole left side was affected. As time went on other similar strokes followed still further reducing his physical and metal being until he became practically a helpless invalid. During the long and weary months his constant companion was his daughter, Mrs. D. R. Randall, who cared for him with a tender devotion that is the fruit only of a daughter's affection and love. The ceaseless vigil occupied her whole time and attention to the exclusion of all other things and all other considerations. What sacrifices it meant and what sacrifices it involved may never be known. If recompense comes it will be with the consciousness of duty well performed and in the satisfaction of being permitted to contribute to the comfort of a loved parent in his declining years and his last days. This is a great privilege notwithstanding its trials and perplexities, it heartaches and sorrows.

On the Sunday morning preceding his death, Mr. Ash was found to be in a dying condition. His entire body seemed to be paralyzed and it was apparent that the end was not far off. He fell into a comatose condition from which he did not rally until the end came.

Mr. Ash was born at Sommersetshire, England, 76 years ago. He came from a family of fourteen children all of whom passed away when they were young, with the exception of three brothers and one sister. When 21 years of age Mr. Ash came to America, a brother and sister having preceded him and the other following soon after. He settled in Wisconsin where he remained four years when he came to Minnesota where he located six miles northwest of Janesville. Here he developed a fine farm. After coming to Minnesota he married Olive Elizabeth Fuller. Eight children were born to them, four dying in infancy. He moved to Janesville eight years ago. His wife died two years ago. The surviving children are: Mrs. M. B;. Randall, Mrs. D. R. Randall, and Mrs. E. Orcutt. He leaves also two brothers, R. Ash, of this place, and Joseph Ash of Greenland, and fourteen grandchildren to mourn his loss.

In his life Mr. Ash reflected the man of stern integrity, uprightness of character and a reputation untarnished before the world.
The funeral was conducted Sunday afternoon at the M. E. Church, Rev. W. I,. Kern, officiating.

The remains were laid to rest in the Janesville cemetery (Cedar Hill Cemetery - sic).

Contributed by S. R. Allen


 

Birth: Apr. 16, 1819
New Jersey, USA

Death: Jun. 30, 1908
Elysian
Le Sueur County
Minnesota, USA

Mr. Geo. Carpenter Sr. died on Thursday June 30, of asthma, a the home of his son Francis, west of town, aged 79 years 2 months and 4 days. Deceased was born at Bethan, N. J., April 16, 1819. He removed from Genesee county to Alaghany county, and from there to Warren, Ill., where he married Henrietta Olls. Six children were born to them, five of whom are living. In 1861, he moved to Minnesota where he married Mrs. Rosana Ketcham, they having one son born to them who with his mother survive him. Mr. Carpenter was a kind and considerate husband and father, and has gone to rest ripe in years leaving behind the golden legacy of a good name.
Elysian Enterprise 7-8-1908


Birth: Jan. 19, 1892, Elysian, Le Sueur County, Minnesota, USA

Death: Nov. 11, 1896, Elysian, Le Sueur County, Minnesota, USA

no marker

Elsie, the little five year-old daughter of D. Ketcham died on Wednesday morning of pneumonia. About ten days ago the child was taken with an attack of croup when Dr. Schulze was called and she appeared to rapidly recover, but on Sunday she had a relapse and pneumonia set in from which she died. The family have the sympathy of the community in their bereavement.
Elysian Enterprise, 11-13-1896 


 

 

 

   
   

 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Olive Elizabeth Fuller Ash (1841 - 1907)*
 
 Children:
  Ella J. Ash Crandell (1863 - 1906)*
  Joseph Richard Ash (1868 - 1868)*
  Baby Girl Ash (1869 - 1870)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
 
Burial:
Cedar Hill Cemetery
Elysian
Le Sueur County
Minnesota, USA
Plot: Block 1, Lot 40

 

   
   

 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Roseanna Abbey-Ketchum Carpenter (1822 - 1904)*
 
 Children:
  James Allan Carpenter (1851 - 1920)*
  George M. Carpenter (1854 - 1907)*
  Minerva A. Carpenter Prosser (1858 - 1920)*
  Francis Delbert Carpenter (1866 - 1911)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
 
Burial:
Cedar Hill Cemetery
Elysian
Le Sueur County
Minnesota, USA
Plot: Block 3, Lot 26

 

 

VETERAN RESIDENT IS CALLED BEYOND

Francis Brossard Was Resident of this County Since 1859. Funeral Was Held Saturday.

Francis Brossard, a pioneer resident of this county departed this life last Friday morning at the home of his son, F. E. Brossard living just north of town. His death resulted from cancer of the stomach. The deceased was 84 years of age. He had been a resident of this county since 1859. The deceased was born at Lennox, Massachusetts, February 18, 1833. He was of French ancestry, and was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Brossard. He lived in Lennox for a period of eighteen years, and then came with his parents to Fall River, Wis., where the family lived for eight years. They moved to Iosco, this county, in the summer of 1859, settling on a homestead in Iosco. The subject of this sketch made his home there until his marriage to Miss Jane Davis, when they went on a homestead where the Iverson farm is located three miles north of town. Two children were born to this union, one of whom was Mrs. D. Ketchem of Eden Valley, now deceased, and the other was William Brossard of St. Paul. On May 3, 1863, Mr. Brossard was married to Miss Mary E. Rice of this county. They were the parents of one son, F. E. Brossard of Woodville. His second wife died March 18, 1901. Since her death Mr. Brossard has made his home with his son, F. E. Brossard, with the exception of a few years spent at Waterville, Elysian and Rice Lake, Wis.
Besides his two sons he leaves the following brothers and sisters to mourn his loss: Augustus Brossard of Stearns county, Edward Brossard of Sedro Wooley, Wash., Joseph Brossard of Colorado, Mrs. D. T. Ballard of Sedro Wooley, Wash., Mrs. J. E. Jones of Hinsdale, Mont., and Mrs. Ardel Brossard of Chicago. The funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock, the local Methodist pastor, officiating. The remains were placed in the vault at Woodville cemetery. Those from out of town in attendance at the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. William Brossard of St. Paul, and Richard Brossard of Eden Valley. The deceased was a man of much intelligence and honesty. He performed well his share in the task of converting this region into the splendid community that it is today. Many friends mourn his loss.

Waseca Journal Radical 3-7-1917

Contributed by S. R. Allen