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Lot 57 - Chauncey Wheeler - Ella Fulton - Robert Fulton - Joseph Fulton - John Fulton - Jane Fulton

The following was extracted from Where The Trails Cross - Volume 26:1 Fall of 1995
By Brad L. Bettenhausen

 Lot  Original Plat Map Notations  Name and/or Marker Information  Other Comments
57   J. {John Sr.} Fulton  Chauncey Wheeler
January 1852 - January 1929

Ella Fulton
April 1856 - May 1928

Robert Fulton Died: September 26, {1885}; Age: 31y, 6m, {18d}

Joseph Fulton

John Fulton

Jane Fulton


Grey granite stone pushed over.

Chauncey Wheeler - Per undated map at Midlothian Library. Stone read by Bremen HS {husband of Ella Fulton}

Ella Fulton {daughter of John Sr.}

Robert Fulton - White marble stone, stone off its base and damaged. Stone read by Bremen HS {son of John Sr.; Birth: March 8, 1854 Was supposedly hit by Rock Island train near new Bremen, now Tinley Park}

Joseph Fulton - Mention in "Pioneers In Peaceful Rest" "Near the entrance to the cemetery are the older monuments of John Fulton and descendants. John was a brother of Hamilton. There carved on a large white obelisk is the name 'Joseph Fulton, Died 15 Oct 1852 at the age of 80'." {father of Hamilton & John Fulton Sr.} Per undated map at Midlothian Library. Stone gone before May 14, 1994.

Mention in "Pioneers In Peaceful Rest" John Fulton; Died:1883 Age: 70  Per undated map at Midlothian Library. Stone gone before May 14, 1994

Mention in "Pioneers In Peaceful Rest" Jane Fulton; Died: 1897 Age: 82  Wife of John Fulton. Per undated map at Midlothian Library {nee Johnson} Stone gone before May 14, 1994.








The following was extracted from Where The Trails Cross - Volume 7:1 Fall 1976
 
John Fulton and Jane Johnson, both born in Ireland in 1813, married in Ireland and came to the United States in 1839. In 1844 they came to Bremen Township and purchased 80  acres of woodland in the Bachelors Grove Settlement. Here they reared a family of 14 children. John Fulton increased his holdings until at the time of his death (1883) he owned more than 1000 acres. Jane Fulton died in 1897 and both were buried in Bachelors Grove Cemetery.




The following was extracted from the History Of Early Chicago Modern Chicago And Its Settlement Early Chicago, And The Northwest By Albert D. Hager

History Of Early Chicago Modern Chicago And Its Settlement Early Chicago, And The Northwest By Albert D. Hager

Page 882

Mr. Cague Jr. was also the first Postmaster in the town of Bremen in 1847, before the office was removed to the village, where it is now located. The father of Frederick Kammeck, who is now the village butcher, came in 1852; John Fulton, Robert Aston, the first Town Clerk, Patrick Hopkins, and Dr. Ballard,the first merchant in the village, were also among the early settlers.




The following was submitted by Brandi Dudlicek.

Name: Jane Mcmurray (née Fulton)
Death Date: 19 Dec 1911
Death Place: Bremen, Cook, Illinois
Gender: Female
Death Age: 80y 9m 29d
Birth Date: 19 Feb 1831
Birthplace: Ireland
Marital Status: Widowed
Father: Fulton
Father's Birthplace: Ireland
Mother's Birthplace: Ireland
Cemetery: Old Bachelor Grove
Burial Date: 21 Dec 1911




The following was extracted from www.findagrave.com
Jane Fulton


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