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Sanford Fults was amoung the early settlers in the Stouts Creek neighborhood. He was a trustee of the Mt. Pisgah Primitive Baptist Church of Christ about a mile east of Pine Forest in May 1855, when Selen Stout donated the three acres of land on which the church then stood for use by the neighborhood as a school and church. The Fults family lived near Saltillo and became associated with the people of that communityS1.
William S Fults signs his part to his mother-in-law, Martha, in the estate of John Richey:
Children's Signing 11 Nov 1844: John Richey Estate
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 William Sanford Fults, in Post, Gerald Virtrue, and 1904-1977. Alive and Good to Know, 386 pps: Dedicated to Family and Comunity Historians and to everyone who is alive and good to know. (Dallas, Texas 75234: APSWIN, Inc. 14418 Hague, Dallas, Texas 75234, 1988), p. 64, 8 Oct 1819.
Date of bith came from p. 240, William Sanford Fults, person index.
- William Fults, in Hopkins, Texas, United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 142 B, 1850.
William Fults, age 32; Jane Fults, age 25; Malissa F Fults, age 6; William Fults, age 4; George Fults, age 2; Jos A Fults, age 6/12.
- Sanford Fults, in Franklin, Texas, United States. 1880 U.S. Population Schedule, p 26, SD 2, ED 34, 1880.
Sanford Fults, age 62, Widower, Lou age 28, daughter; Tim age 23, son;, Mary age 15, daughter; Charley age 12, son.
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