Last name: Fulton
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ROBERT A. FULTON
Well i have always knew that the Fulton name was a great name . My Fulton family came from Pittsburgh but know we live in Delaware.I thought the name was from Germany.I am 46 and love my name.Well i am Scottish decent good .
Its nice to see people that i share this great last name with. i have no idea about my family but i would love to find out more.
Dale Slocock, born Fulton
See my previous post below........ I have traced my grandmother, Elizabeth Mitchell Fulton, born in Paisley in 1893. She was a nurse at a hospital in Grays, Essex when my father was born in 1916 - don't know which hospital. My father was John Thomas Stillwell Fulton and his birth was registered in Orsett. Elizabeth married James Fraser in 1922, marriage registered in Wandsworth. There is no fathers name on my Dad's birth certificate and the name for father on his Baptism certificate is David Fulton. This name puzzles me but I do also believe Dad was illegitimate so could be a David ? Does anyone have the name Elizabeth Mitchell Fulton, born 1893, Paisley, in their ancestry. She is the person I would like to trace.
I am in possession of documents tracing the decendants of Archibald Fulton born in Ayr., Scotland circa 1670 through my direct US decendant James Fulton born in Scotland in 1753 and immigrating to the Americas arriving in July 1774 to meet his brother who was already here in Bedford County PA. threw current day. It's really amazing to read about all they endured through the revolutionary war, 1812 war, civil war and such.
Warren Fulton (Asutralia)
Henry Fulton was deported to Australia in 1799 for being involved in the Irish Rebellion - he was in effect a political prisoner and sent to Australia. He had a remarkable life, including a member of the clergy, a pardon from the Governor, a grant of land, made a magistrate, and establishing the first college in Australia. I am very proud to be a descendant of this remarkable family - despite the English attempts to erase us from history. See about Henry Fulton - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Fulton
Trying to do a lot of research on my family especially from the Fulton last name, which is more common then I thought. Any Fulton's who see this and think we could possibly be related. Feel free to email me and tell me about your family and where they are from. Jessalyn.Fulton@gmail.com. Thank you have a great day!
Mary Louise McCahill
My grandfather was Jacob Fulton whose father was John Fulton.i know two of his relatives were in what is now Western Pa trapping game and that they were brothers. I also have the family tree back to James Fulton 1763 (Ireland) m Agnes Thompson 1762 their son was John. My grandfather was Jacob Fulton born in what is now Butler Co Pa . My Mother talked of being related to Huey's and Hays families of Middelsex Co. But Jacob was left off of the Fulton family tree when the book of Merry Olde Middlesex was published in 1976 probably because the younger Fultons weren't aware of our branch. Jacobs children were France's , Ralph, Helen & Walter. Jacobs wife was Edna May Mahon. I have the family tree for both families.
linda horsburgh denver
hello june nolan my great great gran was rebecca rossiter buried in warracknabeal vic contact 7 lauriel avenue tarneit vic
linda horsburgh denver
my great gran agnes jane rossiter was married to david horsburgh and farmed near warracknabeal vic cousin to thomas watson snr