Many Friends Pay Tribute To Chas. Fuller At Walnut

The funeral services of the late Charles L. Fuller were held at his home in Walnut Wednesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Wm. L. Manny.

Charles L. Fuller was born on a farm near Walnut March 19, 1856, and died Monday, April 28, at just a little past 74 years of age. In 1878 he was married to Miss Jennie Sayers of Walnut. To this union were born three children, John, Daisy Ewer, and Agnes Raines. John preceded his father in death a few years ago and his wife passed away December 26, 1928. He was a member of the M. E. Church of this place.

Although Mr. Fuller has been ailing for several years, he had been much better this spring and he passed away suddenly while chatting at the breakfast table. The funeral services were largely attended by relatives and friends. Hymns were sung by Mrs. Arlie Anderson and Mrs. Ira M. White. Interment was in the family lot in the Walnut Cemetery.

(The Daily Gazette, Sterling, Illinois, May 1, 1930 - Thursday, pg 12, submitted by Melva L. Taylor) 




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