Descendants of James Fulton
Thanks to Cornelia Daniels for
her investigative skills and skillful documentation of the family of Andrew
Moore Fulton #6 in the James Fulton lineage.. She has provided supporting
documents for her work which we hope to scan and upload as time permits.
I apologize for the long delay in presenting this material and hope to do
proper justice to it in the future.
Generation No. 1
1. JAMES2 FULTON (JAMES1) was born Abt. 1729, and died Bef.
December 19, 1781 in Augusta Co. Va.. He married MARY WARD, daughter
of JOHN WARD.
Notes for JAMES FULTON:
Descendants of Hugh Fulton and Mary "Polly" Moore
were contributed by Cornelia Daniels. Supporting documents will be scanned
and uploaded as time permits.
Wife Mary and John Ward were the administrators of his estate 19 December
1781. The Estate was appraised June 9, 1782 by James Brownlee, Robert
Doak and Thomas Boyd.
Children of JAMES FULTON and MARY WARD are:
i. JOHN3 FULTON, d. Bef. December
Notes for JOHN FULTON:
The administration of John's estate dated 29 December 1843, lists his
brothers and sisters as heirs. Presumably he died unmarried and without
2. ii. HUGH FULTON.
iii. ELEANOR FULTON, m. JOHN SHANNON,
JR., May 26, 1801, Augusta Co. Va..
Notes for ELEANOR FULTON:
Widowed by 1843.
More About JOHN SHANNON and ELEANOR FULTON:
Marriage: May 26, 1801, Augusta Co. Va.
iv. SARAH FULTON, m. DAVID GUNNING,
September 17, 1807, Augusta Co. Va..
More About DAVID GUNNING and SARAH FULTON:
Marriage: September 17, 1807, Augusta Co. Va.
v. JAMES FULTON, b. Unknown.
Generation No. 2
2. HUGH3 FULTON (JAMES2, JAMES1) He married MARY MOORE April
27, 1802 in
Rockbridge Co., Virginia, daughter of ANDREW MOORE.
Marriage Notes for HUGH FULTON and MARY MOORE:
Minister was John Howell
More About HUGH FULTON and MARY MOORE:
Marriage: April 27, 1802, Rockbridge Co., Virginia
Children of HUGH FULTON and MARY MOORE are:
i. HUGH4 FULTON.
Notes for HUGH FULTON:
3. ii. JAMES FULTON.
4. iii. JOHN FULTON.
iv. WILLIAM FULTON.
5. v. MOSES FULTON, b. 1804; d. 1858.
6. vi. ANDREW MOORE FULTON, b. October
17, 1807; d. April 30, 1881, Dardanelle, Arkansas, Yell County.
7. vii. DICEY FULTON, b. 1815, Virginia.
Generation No. 3
3. JAMES4 FULTON (HUGH3, JAMES2, JAMES1) He married MARY
Child of JAMES FULTON and MARY WARD is:
i. DAVID5 FULTON.
4. JOHN4 FULTON (HUGH3, JAMES2, JAMES1) He married ANN RITCHEY
August 22, 1822 in Rockbridge Co., Virginia.
More About JOHN FULTON and ANN RITCHEY:
Marriage: August 22, 1822, Rockbridge Co., Virginia
Child of JOHN FULTON and ANN RITCHEY is:
i. MARY J.5 FULTON, b. 1832; m.
WILLIAM S. HITE, Rockbridge Co., Virginia.
More About WILLIAM HITE and MARY FULTON:
Marriage: Rockbridge Co., Virginia
5. MOSES4 FULTON (HUGH3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born 1804, and died
1858. He married HANNAH CUNNINGHAM March 09, 1840 in Rockbridge Co.,
Virginia, daughter of DAVID CUNNINGHAM and CATHERINE HALL. She was
born Abt. 1808.
Notes for MOSES FULTON:
1850 census records in Rockbridge County, Virginia
More About MOSES FULTON and HANNAH CUNNINGHAM:
Marriage: March 09, 1840, Rockbridge Co., Virginia
Child of MOSES FULTON and HANNAH CUNNINGHAM is:
i. WILLIAM5 FULTON, b. 1846.
6. ANDREW MOORE4 FULTON (HUGH3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born October
17, 1807, and died April 30, 1881 in Dardanelle, Arkansas, Yell County.
He married ABIGALE WARD January 14, 1836 in Russell County, Virginia, daughter
of DAVID WARD and ELEANOR CRAVENS. She was born March 11, 1814 in
Rockingham County, Virginia, and died July 09, 1845.
Notes for ANDREW MOORE FULTON:
Research and notes by Cornelia Daniels, Dardanelle, Arkansas
Obit: We are called upon this week to record the death of another of
Yell County's, Oldest and most highly honored citizens, that of Hon. Andrew
M. Fulton, which occurred at his home near Dardanelle on Friday night last.
He represented Yell County in the first general Assembly that met after
the adoption of the Constitution of 1874. The friends and relatives of this
truly good man have our heartfelt sympathy in this sad hour of afflection.
Dardanelle Independent 1881.
Andrew M. Fulton and James Fulton appear on Arkansas Sheriff Tax list
in 1828 in Crawford County,
at that time there were only five counties in the state and Crawford
County was the width of the state.
The records of Franklin County Arkansas 1845 list James Fulton paying
taxes on Section S.E. 35-9-26----S.W. 6-9-26----2-8-26----SW 35-9-26.
Census Records 1830-40
Andrew Fulton was listed in Johnson County, Arkansas along with A.M.
Ward, David Ward, Henry,
John and Joseph Ward. There was a James Fulton in Pope County, Arkansas.
1850 Pope County Census, James Fulton was 33, wife Nancy 29, and children
Jasper N., 10; Jacob O. 8;
William P. 6; Thomas J.4; James 1. James was born in Pa. wife in Missouri
and Children in Mo.
1860 census, Yell County, Ar. Magazine Twp., Andy Fulton 52 head, Va.,
Robert, son, 21 b. Ark; Andy 14, Ark;
Jacob Robeson, 12 M. Sammuel 12, Robert Claud 18, M. Student blind from
age 6 of a fever. Last 4 are most
likely slaves and some of them are buried in Fulton Cemetery.
1950 census, Yell County, Arkansas, Magazine township, Andrew M. Fulton,
Elenor 13 f.-Ark; Robert 11, M son,
b-Ark; Mary 7, F dau. born Ark.
"The family information passed down on Andrew Moore Fulton say that he
was a large man, not overweight but
just tall and large made man. The family says he filled up a doorway
when he went through it. He was a large land
owner and a collector of lands, no doubt, as many acres that he bought
and sold here. There are court records for
him in Johnson County, but that is where the court met in the early years.
So far, I have found no will for him but we
do have a court book missing. They think it was lost, misplaced, or something
when the new courhouse at Danville
was built." (Cornelia Daniels)
Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Western Arkansas
JOHNSON COUNTY--ITS BOUNDARIES, TOPOGRAPHY, LANDS AND MINERAL AND AGRICULTURAL
RESOURCES–A REMARKABLE COAL REGION–LAND ENTRIES AND EARLY SETTLEMENT–EDUCATIONAL
INTERESTS--ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY--COUNTY ORGANIZATION–LOCATION OF SEAT
OF JUSTICE AND ERECTION OF PUBLIC BUILDING--POLITICAL TOWNSHIPS--LIST OF
COUNTY OFFICERS–SENATORS AND MEMBERS OF THE LOWER BRANCH OF THE ARKANSAS
LEGISLATURE REPRESENTING THIS COUNTY–THE FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT AND THE
JOHNSON COUNTY BAR--NOTARIES PUBLIC--CONGRESSIONAL REPRESENTATION--RAILWAY
HISTORY AND PROSPECTS--TOWNS, VILLAGES AND POST-OFFICES--MILITARY HISTORY--THEOLD
MILITIA ORGANIZATION, THE MEXICAN WAR AND THE STRUGGLE OF THE STATES--THE
COUNTY PRESS, ITS EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS--THE JOHNSON COUNTY POMOLOGICAL
page 277 278 279
Lands were entered in this county by the following named persons prior
to 1850, and the persons so entering them were many of them among the pioneers
who remained to do their part toward the development of the county. Names,
unless known to have been wrongly spelled, are given as they appear in
the record. It has been found impracticable to present them in the chronological
order of the entries, but care has been taken to ascertain the township
in which each claim was located:
Township 10, Range 21--Hiram A. Lindsey, 1845. Township 8, Range 22--Jacob
Robinson, 1841; James Harvey Jones, 1838; Thomas May, 1836; Richard W.
Adams, 1836; Casander Robinson, 1840; B. H. Zachary, 1838; Hugh E. Porter,
1838; W. W. E. Moreland, 1839; Samuel Adams, 1838; David Porter, 1838;
Andrew L. Black, 1837; William Porter, 1838; Alexander Black, 1837; Isaac
Hughes, 1837; W. W. Adams, 1842; Cabel Zachary, 1836; Colby Dennis, 1838;
James Rodgers, 1838; John R. Willis, 1841; James P. King, 1837; Philemon
Williams, 1836; Caleb B. Zachary, 1836; Bartlett Zachary, 1838. Township
9, Range 22---Archibald D. Hogins, 1841; Owen B. Hogins, 1839; Isaac Wood,
1839; H. H. Herring and L. M. Wood, 1836; Parsons Jackson, 1839; John B.
Brown, 1839; John Simpson, 1840; John Bales, [p.277] 1839; Samuel Adams,
1840; Nathaniel Simpson, 1842; Joab Durham, 1839; John Smith, 1839; Newton
W. Brown, 1840; Adam T. Smith, 1836; William J. Parks, 1836; Shelton Wooster,
1836; Clayton R. Clark, 1844; Williamson Spears, 1839; Jeremiah Moreland,
1839; Robert McCaney, 1836; Nancy Seager, 1839; William Houston, 1839; John
King, 1839; William Johnson, 1839; Edward M. Simpson, 1839; Samuel Turner,
1839; Willis Collier, 1839; William C. Simpson, 1839; Jones Rogers, 1839;
John Grounds, 1836, Charles Haynie, 1836; Hillary H. Herring, 1836; John
Marshall, 1836; James and Phillip Madden, 1836; Peter Thornbury, 1836; Thomas
Madden, 1836; David Slinkard, 1836; Christopher N. Gassett, 1839; Jeremiah
Moreland, 1839; Logan M. Wood, 1836; William King, 1839; Lewis Johnson,
1839; Isaac L. Shelby, 1836; William Morgan Williams, 1846; Lewis Garner,
1850; Edward E. McConnell, 1839; Thomas May, 1840; James Madden, 1839; Thadeus
F. Moreland, 1845. Township 10, Range 22---Mary Johnson, 1845; Robert B.
Johnson, 1846; William Spears, 1844; George L. Patrick, 1844; Thomas King,
1847; E. G. Gilbreath, 1844; William M. H. Newton, 1844; Auger Price, 1844;
Willis Darks, 1850; E. Newton, 1844; James P. Blancit, 1850; Catharine Whitlock
and others, 1845; A. B. Joyner, 1846; Joseph Adkins, 1847; Samuel Towel,
1845; Thomas Sling, 1848; Hiram Tomlinson, 1848; Reuben Pierson, 1846; J.
D. Pulliam, 1844; William H. Colthorp, 1849; John S. Price, 1844; Jesse
May, 1844; William S. Swigart, 1849; Joshua Jones, 1849; Sterling May, 1845;
George L. Patrick, 1847. Township 11, Range 22---Hamilton W. Blackwell,
1848; William Mears, 1848; B. W. Cox, 1848; Byrd George, 1848; James E. Harris,
1850; Martin W. Bunch, 1848; Sampson D. Free, 1848; Uriah Russell, 1848;
Joseph Atkins, 1848. Township 12, Range 22–William Mears, 1847. Township
7, Range 23---Jordan Thomson, 1841; Maurice Brown, 1841; John Cravens, 1841;
Rufus C. Sadler, 1831; John C. Ward, 1843; L. O. Sadler, 1841; Henry Buckman,
1841; Uriah Thompson, 1841; N. Cravens, 1841; Isaac N. Burnham, 1841; Loreuzo
D. Rody, 1839; Ervin Rowland, 1839; Sandy Lipe, 1839. Township 8, Range 23--W.
W. E. Moreland, 1841; William H. Polk, 1836; John Howell, 1840; Rachel Crawford,
1829; John Knight, 1836; John R. H. Scott, 1839; James Ware, Jr., 1836;
Phineas Williams, 1830; Thomas N. Mahon, 1841; David D. Watson, 1841; Edward
E. McConnell, 1842; Hugh E. Porter, 1841; Daniel Porter, 1841; Minty Gra****thorn,
1841; Jacob Rogers, 1841; John R. Willis, 1841; Joseph James, 1830; James
Patterson, 1836; Thomas G. Robinson, 1841; Matthew Willis, 1841; Peter Spingler,
1832. Township 9, Range 23--John Simpson, 1836; Andrew Houston, 1838; James
T. White, 1839; Augustus M. Ward, 1839; Andrew D. Wolf, 1840; Joshua Simpson,
1839; Benjamin Ray, 1837; John Linton, 1837; Job Chrisman, 1836; Leonard
Sorter, 1839; Littleberry Robinson, 1848; Moreau Rose, 1837; Edward E. McConnell,
1836; Josiah Cravens, 1837; Joseph James, 1837; William Collier, 1837; Kesiah
Mason, 1836; B. H. Zachary, 1836; Philemon Williams, 1836; Joe Chrisman,
1836; Andrew Brown, 1838; David Ward, 1839; John Denning, 1847; John J. Dorsey,
1848; Andrew M. Fulton, 1836; Thomas Powers, 1836; David Ward, Sr., 1836;
Anthony Smith, 1850; William Sawyer, 1836; Presley Jamison, 1838; Thomas
G. Robinson, 1840; Thomas S. D. Young, 1848; John W. Patrick, 1836; Maj.
Thompson, 1837; John Teague, 1838; Gabriel W. Payne, 1848; Peter Carpenter,
1850; H. J. Shropshire, 1837; John H. Johnson, 1837; William Johnson, 1837;
James W. Karnes, 1836; Samuel Whitney, 1839; Thomas Simpson, 1838; John Howell,
1836; Sterling May, 1837; Champion Choto, 1837; John Houston, 1838; Richard
W. Adams, 1837; Seth J. Howel, 1838; Isaac N. Robinson, 1837; Joseph James,
1837; Elijah B. Alston, 1836; John M. Wilson, 1841; Francis Logan, 1836;
Joseph Smith, 1845; Anthony Smith, 1849; Robert McMurray, 1836; William Sawyer
and William Evans, 1836; Isaac N. Robinson, 1837; Preston Jamison, 1838;
Thomas Arnold, 1837; William B. Walker, 1839; Greenberry Robinson, 1839;
Jacob Robinson, 1839; Samuel Adams, 1837; James Keesie, 1836; Philip Jones,
1839; Robert [p.278] Dielchay, 1839; Josiah Jenkins, 1830; Overton B. Alston,
1847; Nicholas Brewer, 1836; John R. H. Scott, 1837; John R. Somerset, 1838;
James K. Polk, 1836; L. O. Saddler, 1836; John B. Howell and P. Jones, 1838.
Township 10, Range 23--Oliver Barsham, 1847; John W. Patrick, 1840; Richard
M. Lee, 1840; Cader Lee, 1839; Henry P. Bell, 1840; James Harris, 1840; Joseph
James, 1848; John G. Brown, 1848; William Lee, 1840; Britton Lee, 1840; John
M. Wilson, 1841; Margaret Payne, 1847; William R. Hill, 1840; George W. Smith,
1845; Absalom Pryor, 1840; Jephtha C. Payne, 1841; Nathaniel C. Pryor, 1849;
George W. Garrett, 1840; Augustus M. Ward, 1840; James B. Harris, 1840; Jerome
B. Annis, 1842; Laban C. Howell, 1840; James Richey, 1842; Joseph Stewart,
1850; Tolwer Blockard, 1850; Joseph W. Ryan, 1840; Russell Lee, 1847; Benjamin
F. Hartley, 1839. Township 11, Range 23–Eli Cowen, 1839; Oliver Barsham,
1847. Township 12, Range 23---William R. Horner, 1839; Benjamin Pitts, 1839.
Township 6, Range 24---George W. Wigginton, 1839. Township 7, Range 24--Rufus
C. Sadler, 1841. Township 8, Range 24---Harmon H. Brewer, 1835; Webster McCaslin,
1830; Clayton R. Clark, 1834; Lorenzo N. Clark, 1834; Willian D. Reed, 1830;
James H. Jones, 1839; James Shepard, 1830; John and M. T. Logan, 1836; John
Knight, 1836; George Jamison, 1835; James Murphy, 1835; Joshua Cates, 1839;
Frederick J. Moors, 1836. Township 9, Range 24---Hezekiah Dailey 1836; Leonard
J. Garrett, 1837; Wesley Garrett, 1838; L. Armstrong, 1840; Robert H. Armstrong,
1845; James Hargraves, 1837; William M. Gwynn 1836; Samuel Davis and William
M. Gwynn, 1836; William Aills, 1837; Moses Ham, 1838; William Fritz, 1837;
Aaron J. Livingston, 1837; Jacob Ham, 1837; James P. King, 1837; Dixon Reynolds,
1836; Gilbert Robins, 1837; Hugh Dunivan, 1843; William C. Garrett, 1837;
John Drennen, 1838; John Dunning, 1838; Thomas Powers, 1836; William May,
1838; William Tatum, 1839; William Collier, 1842; Thomas Madden, 1836;
Josiah Perry, 1836; James Cravens, 1836; Peter Allen 1836; O. D. Hogins,
1838; James Logan, Jr., 1837; David Logan, Jr., 1840; Nimrod W. Dart, 1839;
Thomas Robins, 1838; E. B. Alston, 1836; David Thompson, 1839; David E.
Smith, 1850; Francis Logan and Robert McMurray, 1836; William W. Wilkins,
1838; Nancy Roberts, 1830; Lorenzo N. Clark, 1836; Hugh Logan, 1836; G.
D. Hayes, 1839; Henry B. Hays, 1836; Daniel B. Norris, 1838; Jonathan Logan,
1836; Alonzo C. Sadler, 1836; David Perkins, 1830. Township 10, Range 24---Abraham
Laster, 1840; Frederick Laster, 1840; Burr H. Zachary, 1848; Thomas B. Porter,
1840; Joseph M. Porter, 1840; James W. Boydston, 1841; Bartlett Zachary,
1840; George Lewis, 1844; Jane E. Hall, 1849; John Watson, 1849; William
S. Ogilvie, 1849; Henry Ward, 1840; James B. Wilson, 1840; John M. Baskin,
1848; William H. Royer, 1848; Reese B. Ward, 1843; William Hamlin, 1849;
Allen J. Hargraves, 1850; Seth J. Howel, 1840; William McCord, 1847; William
Gray, 1841; James M. Ferguson, 1848; Wesley Garrett, 1840; William Williams,
1848; John Malloy, 1841; Henry B. Hays, 1840; John Penn, 1848. Township 11,
Range 24---N. Fleming, 1849; Edwin Edwards, 1848; Township 12, Range 24---Spencer
Homer, 1844; Nathan Byrd, 1844; John Arbaugh, 1844. Township 7, Range 25---James
Cravens, 1847. Township 8, Range 25–Ray Marsh, 1833; Noadiah Marsh, 1836;
Joseph Stont, 1839; O. D. Hogins, 1850; Alexander Williams, 1836; Lee Foster,
1836; Anderson Nicks, 1839; Jonathan Logan, 1838; Daniel Connor, 1831; Arphens
A. Sadler, 1836; William K. Lee, 1839; John Knight, 1836; Elias W. Courtney,
1839; Nathan Nesbitt, 1841; James Murphy, 1836; Thomas Wilton, 1839; Augustus
M. Ward, 1839; Thomas Whittaker, 1838. Township 9, Range 25–Abraham Lastor,
1836; Thomas West, 1836; Joshua H. Cates, 1836; Jesse Brashear, 1836; Eli
Patty, 1846; Henry S. Weathers, 1850; William E. Johnston, 1849; Renny Belen,
1839; Pleasant W. Hamblin, 1850; William A. Gwynn and Samuel Davis, 1836;
Jonathan Conrtney, 1836; Joseph Ring and Samuel Murray, 1837; John Fribs,
1836; Peter Allen, 1836; John S. Davis, 1836; Joseph King, 1836; James Cravens,
1836; Samuel Davis, 1836; Anderson Nicks, 1839; Malachi [p.279] Iseley, 1839;
William H. Bates, 1837; Robert H. Brown, 1838; Jarat Wright, 1839; William
A. Anderson, 1839; O. D. Hogins, 1837; Robert H. Brown, 1838; James W. Smith,
1836; Peter Allen, 1837; Simon Logan, 1839; William Logan, 1836; Thomas
Anderson, 1836; Twitty Pace, 1836; Philemon Williams, 1837; Edward Davis,
1838; John Cargill, 1837; L. Whittle, 1836; Zadock Brashear, 1846; Lorenzo
N. Clark, 1836; Walter Threadford, 1836; James Cargill, 1836; Robert Cargill,
1836; Matthew T. Logan, 1836; Miles T. Scott, 1836; James Logan, 1836; Heirs
of David Logan, 1836; John Logan, 1836; William A. Anderson, 1836; I. Taylor,
1836; James W. Smith, 1836; David Pearson, 1836; Dickinson Burt, 1839. Township
10, Range 25----James Morris, 1840; Willis Steele, 1840; George Lewis, 1844;
Mandy F. Bartlett, 1847; William Johnson, 1840; Louis Hargraves, 1849;
William Ake, 1840; Thomas I. Young, 1840; James Young, 1840; Robert R.
Balls, 1847; Hartwell Morris, 1848; Bartlett Zachary, 1840; M. A. Kendall,
1848; James Cravens and others, 1840; Isaac Kersey, 1840; George Moore,
1843; Thomas Hale, 1844; Joseph T. Mileham. 1840; Claiborne Ake, 1840;
Felix G. Ake, 1840; Isaac Kerser, 1840; William Crawford, 1840; John Ward,
1840; Jesse E. Crook, 1842; James Hargraves, 1847; John C. Cloud, 1848;
Joseph James, 1839; John Swaggerty, 1840; Henry Ryan, 1840; William T. Hyden,
1847; Twitty Pace, 1839; Davis Hargraves, 1840; Robert Hargraves, 1840;
John Ward, 1840; John Hamblin, 1840; Benjamin L. Pace, 1850; John Armstrong,
1840; John Johnson, 1850; William Williams, 1851; John Springer, 1841; Sarah
M. Williams, 1840; Renny Belen, 1840; Jacob Arbaugh, 1841; E. N. Davis,
1850; Henry Ryan, 1840; Thomas West, 1844; Henry S. Weathers, 1850; Frances
Arbaugh, 1839. Township 12, Range 25---Jonas L. Tebbuts, 1848; Joseph Stewart,
1848; Louis Eubank, 1848; John H. Davis, 1848; James F. Hill, 1848. Where
different claims in the same township were pre-empted by one man, the earliest
date only is given. Many of these are the names of Johnson County's pioneers--
men who left comfortable Eastern and Southern homes, surrounded by all the
evidences of a high civilization and, by the "sweat of their face",by toil
and privations, made a new country to "blossom as the rose," while upon
the hillsides, the cross-roads and in the valleys, the church and the school-house
have been erected, and the whole county filled with a happy and prosperous
people. To accomplish these great changes, time has been required, and surely
and rapidly the grand old men and women, who in their prime entered the
wilderness and claimed the virgin soil as their heritage are passing away.
The number now remaining who can relate the incidents of the first settlement
is small indeed.
More About ANDREW FULTON and ABIGALE WARD:
Marriage: January 14, 1836, Russell County, Virginia
Children of ANDREW FULTON and ABIGALE WARD are:
i. ELEANOR5 FULTON, b. October 12,
1836, Arkansas; d. April 28, 1851, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.
ii. HESTER JANE FULTON, b. December
14, 1837, Arkansas; d. August 28, 1838.
8. iii. ROBERT FULTON, b. June 09, 1839; d. April 26,
1883, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.
iv. HUGH FULTON, b. September 16,
1841; d. December 15, 1858, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.
v. MARY FULTON, b. September 27,
1843; d. August 28, 1851, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.
7. DICEY4 FULTON (HUGH3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born 1815 in Virginia.
She married JOSIAH CRAVENS, son of ROBERT CRAVENS and ABIGAIL HARRISON.
He was born 1800 in South Carolina.
Children of DICEY FULTON and JOSIAH CRAVENS are:
i. JAMES5 CRAVENS, b. 1829.
ii. SAMUEL CRAVENS, b. 1835.
iii. ARKANSAS CRAVENS, b. 1847.
Generation No. 4
8. ROBERT5 FULTON (ANDREW MOORE4, HUGH3, JAMES2, JAMES1) was born
June 09, 1839, and died April 26, 1883 in Dardanelle, Yell County,
Arkansas. He married SARAH LOUISA YEARWOOD October 14, 1869 in Yell
County, Arkansas, daughter of ELIJAH YEARWOOD and PRUDENCE MORROW. She
was born January 06, 1846, and died February 22, 1922 in Yell County, Arkansas.
Notes for ROBERT FULTON:
1870 census, Yell Co., Arkansas. Magazine Twp. Household #87-Family 83;
Robert Fulton, 21, b. Arkansas, Louisa 22, keeping house, born in Tenn.,
nephew Daniel C. Ward, 4, b. Arkansas, Niece Josey Ward 2, born in Tenn.
Robert Fulton, wounded at Oak Hills, Missouri and at Murfreesboro, Tennessee,
31 Dec. 1861. Being permanently disabled at Murfreesboro, he was given
an unlimited furlough. One very remarkable thing in connection with Robert
Fulton's soldier life is that he was with the company about twenty months,
made a good soldier, was wounded before the company fired a gun. At Oak Hills,
he was wounded before the company became engaged at Elk Horn. Though we were
under fire two days, yet both Gen. McCulloch and Gen. McIntosh being killed,
we were nver brought into action. (From Book on the Civil War by Dr. Robert
Notes for SARAH LOUISA YEARWOOD:
Obituary: Death Calls Sarah Yearwood Fulton, aged 77 years at her home
near Pisgah Church, 8 miles southwest of this city, at 10 o'clock p.m.
on Thursday of last week, February 23, 1922. The funeral service, conducted
by Rev. B.A. McKnight was held at the family home Friday afternoon, February
24th, burial being in the family cemetery on the Fulton Farm. Mrs. Fulton
was born in East Tennessee in the year 1846 and with her parents came to
Johnston County, Arkansas, in early childhood, residing near Clarksville
until her marriage to Robert Fulton. With her husband she came to Yell County,
about the year 1870, locating near Pisgah. Mr. Fulton died in 1882, leaving
his widow and eight children, five sons and three daughters. One daughter
Mrs. E. A. Jones of this city and foru sons, three of whom live near Pisgan
and one in Texas still surviving.
Mrs. Fulton resided in the Pisgah communtity for nearly a half of a century,
and no woman was ever more universally loved, and none left a fairer record
of noble christian charity, gentleness and kindness than she. She was a
devout member of the Presbyterian Church at Gum Springs, having joined the
church there twenty-six years ago at a meeting conducted by Mark Limbird
and Rev. J. T. Hampton.
The death of this splendid woman robs her relatives, neighbors, and friends,
of an ever sympathetic and available source of comfort, aid and counsel
and her going away will be keenly and sadly felt by her community. To the
surviving relatives the P.D. tenders its deepest sympathy and condolence,
and for comfort can only point them to the useful, happy, blameless life
she lived, and the inspiring example she has left behind.
Dardanelle Post Dispatch February 1922.
More About ROBERT FULTON and SARAH YEARWOOD:
Marriage: October 14, 1869, Yell County, Arkansas
Children of ROBERT FULTON and SARAH YEARWOOD are:
i. PRUDENCE ABIGAIL6 FULTON, b.
August 15, 1870; d. July 28, 1880, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.
9. ii. ELEANOR A. FULTON, b. December 07, 1871;
d. 1964, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.
iii. ANDREW M FULTON, b. June 25,
1873, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas; d. Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.
iv. JOHN FULTON, b. February 25,
1875; d. May 24, 1939, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.
10.v. ROBERT FULTON, JR., b. March 07, 1877; d. May
26, 1959, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.
vi. HUGH FULTON, b. November 17,
1878; d. April 30, 1881, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.
vii. LILLIE BELLE FULTON, b. October
09, 1880; d. March 22, 1889, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.
11.viii. CLAUD FULTON, b. April 04, 1882; d. April
06, 1951, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.
Generation No. 5
9. ELEANOR A.6 FULTON (ROBERT5, ANDREW MOORE4, HUGH3, JAMES2, JAMES1)
was born December 07, 1871, and died 1964 in Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.
She married EUGENE A. JONES May 18, 1898 in Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas,
son of WILLIAM JONES and MATILDA A.. He was born Abt. 1869 in Arkansas,
and died 1935.
More About EUGENE JONES and ELEANOR FULTON:
Marriage: May 18, 1898, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas
Children of ELEANOR FULTON and EUGENE JONES are:
i. ROBERT GARRETT7 JONES, b. March 09,
1899, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas; d. May 19, 1956, Dardanelle,
Yell County, Arkansas; m. MARTHA EVELYN HOWELL, December 21, 1924, Dardanelle,
Yell County, Arkansas; b. 1903, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas;
d. October 02, 1999, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.
More About ROBERT JONES and MARTHA HOWELL:
Marriage: December 21, 1924, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas
ii. BEN E. JONES, b. 1903,
Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas; d. 1960, Dardanelle, Yell
iii. MARGARET L. JONES, b. March
19, 1907, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas; d. Dardanelle, Yell
County, Arkansas; m. ROBERT E. HILES; b. June 13, 1902; d. March 12, 1987,
iv. FRANK JONES, b. Dardanelle,
Yell County, Arkansas.
v. ROBERT JONES, b. March 09, 1899.
10. ROBERT6 FULTON, JR. (ROBERT5, ANDREW MOORE4, HUGH3, JAMES2,
JAMES1) was born March 07, 1877, and died May 26, 1959 in Dardanelle, Yell
County, Arkansas. He married ANNIE MAY GRACE, daughter of JOHN GRACE
and MARY THOMAS. She was born May 20, 1878 in Dardanelle, Yell County,
Arkansas, and died September 19, 1968 in Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.
Children of ROBERT FULTON and ANNIE GRACE are:
i. JOHN ROBERT7 FULTON,
b. June 21, 1908; d. 1991, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas; m. MEDA
ALEEN CLOWERS, September 26, 1936, St. Joe, Louisiana; b. August 24, 1916,
Mt. George, Arkansas; d. Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.
More About JOHN FULTON and MEDA CLOWERS:
Marriage: September 26, 1936, St. Joe, Louisiana
ii. BEN MURRAY FULTON, b.
July 11, 1910; d. July 22, 1967, Floyd County, Indiana; m. HALIE MILDRED
CARTER, July 15, 1938, Mayfield, Kentucky; b. January 18, 1921, Lynville,
More About BEN FULTON and HALIE CARTER:
Marriage: July 15, 1938, Mayfield, Kentucky
iii. LUCY MAYE FULTON, b.
March 23, 1913; d. October 21, 2002, Oklahoma; m. DAN ALLISON PHILLIPS,
June 18, 1944, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas; b. March 24, 1913, Ashdown,
Arkansas; d. October 27, 1988, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
More About DAN PHILLIPS and LUCY FULTON:
Marriage: June 18, 1944, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas
iv. WILLIAM RAY FULTON,
b. March 22, 1919; d. July 14, 1989, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas;
m. MARY VIRGINIA STANLEY, May 07, 1939, Forrest City, St. Francis County,
Arkansas; b. July 06, 1919, Forrest City, St. Francis County, Arkansas.
More About WILLIAM FULTON and MARY STANLEY:
Marriage: May 07, 1939, Forrest City, St. Francis County, Arkansas
v. JESSE LEROY FULTON, b.
July 17, 1922; d. April 1997, Washington D.C..
11. CLAUD6 FULTON (ROBERT5, ANDREW MOORE4, HUGH3, JAMES2, JAMES1)
was born April 04, 1882, and died April 06, 1951 in Dardanelle, Yell
County, Arkansas. He married LILLIE MYRTLE CAMPBELL October 20, 1905
in Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas, daughter of WILLIAM CAMPBELL and LUCINDA
BLACKBURN. She was born September 03, 1882 in Dardanelle, Yell
County, Arkansas, and died June 12, 1965 in Dardanelle, Yell County,
More About CLAUD FULTON and LILLIE CAMPBELL:
Marriage: October 20, 1905, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas
Children of CLAUD FULTON and LILLIE CAMPBELL are:
i. RUBY ALPHA7 FULTON, b. August
29, 1906; d. December 09, 1906.
ii. WILLIAM LLOYD FULTON, b. December
05, 1907, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas; d. January 19, 1993,
Little Rock, Arkansas; m. OMA LEOTA GEORGE, August 25, 1928, Dardanelle,
Yell County, Arkansas; b. May 01, 1908, Yell County, Arkansas; d. September
30, 1987, Little Rock, Pulaski County, Arkansas.
More About WILLIAM FULTON and OMA GEORGE:
Marriage: August 25, 1928, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas
iii. CLETEA ALEEN FULTON, b. November
02, 1911; d. April 26, 1997, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas; m.
GEORGE AUGUSTUS DANIELS, November 19, 1928, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas;
b. August 05, 1907, Ola, Yell County, Arkansas; d. July 08, 1995,
Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas.
Notes for CLETEA ALEEN FULTON:
Dardanelle Post Dispatch, ?
Hospital Board has a new Member
Yell County Judge James Lee Witt has appointed Aleen Daniels to the Dardanelle
Hospital board of governors. Witt notified the Quorum court of his
decision monday night. Mrs. Daniels will fill the unexpired term of Norman
Ward, who resigned his position on the board. "Norman had to resign because
he had to work nights and didn't feel he had adequate time to devote to
Dardanelle Post Dispatch, August 22, 1984
Aleen Daniels was selected as the Dardanelle Hospital's Board of Governors
Chairman and Frank Johnston was apppointed onto the board as Secretary.
Bother were chosen at the board's annual meeting July 26. Mrs. Daniels is
married to George A. Daniels and the two live in Dardanelle. The couple
have two granddaughters and a daughter-in-law Johnston.
Mrs. Daniels was appointed to the board in May 1979. She was reappointed
for a seven year term in July 1982. Judge James Lee Witt appoints members
onto the board. Other members on the 1985-95 board are Dr. James Maupin,
Carl Jaggers, Bob Atkison, Dr. G. H. Cornwll, Dr. Jerry Hodges
November 1978 Dardanelle Post Dispatch
DANIELS OBSERVED 50th ANNIVERSARY
Mr. and Mrs. George Daniels quietly observed their 50th wedding anniversary
at their home in Dardanelle, November 19. Mrs. Daniels the former Aleen
Fulton, duaghter of the late Claud and Lillie Fulton, is a retired school
principal. She is a member of the Dardanelle City Council. Daniels is a
son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Gus Daniels. He is employed by the Arkansas
RIver Valley Regional Library. The couple were married by the late Rev.
S.S. Key, a retired Methodist Minister. Both are Natives of Yell County
and have spent their entire lives here witht he exception of two years in
Shawnee, Oklahoma. Mr. and Msrs. Daniels were the parents of one son, Bobby
Lee Daniels, Deceased. They have three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Married--At the home of officiating Minister, Rev. S.S. Key, November
19, 1928. Mr. Goeroge Daniels of Oklahoma and Miss Aleen Fulton of Yell County.
The P.D. extends congratulations and best wishes.
More About GEORGE DANIELS and CLETEA FULTON:
Marriage: November 19, 1928, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas
iv. RAYMOND ANDY FULTON, b. July
02, 1917, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas; d. May 12, 1979, Clarksville,
Johnson County, Arkansas; m. HELEN RADER, November 09, 1943, Clarksville,
Johnson County, Arkansas; b. June 27, 1918, Clarksville, Johnson County,
More About RAYMOND FULTON and HELEN RADER:
Marriage: November 09, 1943, Clarksville, Johnson County, Arkansas
v. ANNA FULTON, b. April 02, 1919,
Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas; d. April 09, 1969, Ft. Smith, Sebastin
County, Arkansas; m. CLIFTON COLUMBUS GRACE, June 10, 1942, Dardanelle, Yell
County, Arkansas; b. July 11, 1917, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas;
d. July 02, 1990, Ft. Smith, Sebastin County, Arkansas.
More About CLIFTON GRACE and ANNA FULTON:
Marriage: June 10, 1942, Dardanelle, Yell County, Arkansas