Person:John Fulton (44)

John Fulton
b.est. 1725 Poss. Pennsylvania
d.BEF 20 March 1804 Rockingham County, Virginia
  1. John Fultonest 1725 - BEF 1804
  2. William FultonABT 1730 - BEF 1821
  3. Robert Fulton, Schoolmaster1731-1735 - AFT 1765
m. est. 1745/6
  1. Thomas Fultonest 1747 - 1800
  2. James Fulton1751 - 1839
  3. Elizabeth Fulton1753-1766 - BET 1805
  4. Mary FultonBEF 1761 -
  5. John FultonBEF 1761 - BEF 1781
  6. Jane FultonBEF 1763 -
  7. Hannah FultonBEF 1765 -
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Name John Fulton
Gender Male
Birth? est. 1725 Poss. Pennsylvania
Marriage est. 1745/6 Prob. Augusta County, Virginiato Unknown Spouse
Death? BEF 20 March 1804 Rockingham County, Virginia

John Fulton was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Information on John Fulton

2. John Fulton born possibly circa 1728-29 Pennsylvania? New England? or England, died before 20 March 1804, Rockingham County, Virginia intestate. Name of spouse unknown. (Rumored to have been Sarah.)

Seven children:

5. i. James
6. ii.John m. 23 June 1781 to Jennet Dunn, died before 26 November 1781, intestate. Child: John Fulton born after father died, guardian, 1788, step-father James Doak. Jenet Fulton, widow, married James Doak, 20 February 1786
7. iii. Thomas m. Elizabeth ____; died testate, 1800, leaving children: James (married Mary Hottel, 5 November 1812); Martha, died 1802, leaving daughter Maria. Elizabeth Fulton, m. 2nd to William Cockran, Sr. in 1801. (Marriage record for Elizabeth's marriage to Thomas Fulton, not found.)
8. iv. Jane m. 1781 James Magill
9. v. Mary (or Margaret) m. 27 April 1781 Samuel Johnston(7)
10. vi. Hannah m. 12 May 1783 James Denison
11. vii. Elizabeth unmarried d. after 21 June 1805 and before March 1806, testate. Names all brothers and sisters in will except for John, already deceased. She mentions her brother James, and nephew, James, son of Thomas

Note of Hottel Estate:

Vol. 2 - Rinker vs. Hottle--O. S. 366; N. S. 132--Will of Henry Hottle, of Rockingham. Wife, Christena; sons, Frederick, George. Eight children, viz:Dorothy, wife of George Rinker; Henry; Christian; Elizabeth, wife ofChristian Baer; Philip; Frederick; Polly, wife of James Fulton; Joseph.To Henry Hottel half of section No. 17, in township No. 17, range No. 17,in Fairfield County, Ohio, already conveyed to Henry. To Philip Hottelthe other half of above. Dated 16th December, 1815. Recorded in Rockingham, January, 1817.