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Fulton family


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Scotland G. Highland, Compiler, Newspaper Articles of Historical and Genealogical Interest

Collection Number: A&M 2368

Newspaper articles of historical and genealogical interest by Scotland G. Highland, compiled and published in magazine form as the Third and Fourth Annual Christmas Plea, 1926 and 1927. Each of the pleas contains information about the Lewis, Smith, Highland, Fulton, Patton, Maxwell, Moore, Gore, Reynolds, Post, and Haymond families. Each Plea also contains an appeal for the abolition of capital punishment.

Dates: 1926-1927

Sunderman Family Genealogy and History

Collection Number: A&M 0220
Overview A genealogy with some brief accounts about members of the Sunderman family. The earliest American member, John C., immigrated from Germany in 1848 with his brother, according to family tradition, in order to avoid being drafted into the Prussian Army. The genealogies of allied families are traced back to 1614. Extensive mention is made of one allied family member, Andrew Fulton whose family was prominent in Pittsburgh. Fulton was active in city politics in the late nineteenth century holding...
Dates: 1987

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