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Re: Luzerne Co Penn 1840-50's Fullmer family
Posted by: Nancy Sines Schultz (ID *****1192) Date: May 23, 2002 at 15:40:54
In Reply to: Re: Luzerne Co Penn 1840-50's Fullmer family by Denise Danielson of 92

Here are parts of the letters that I have.

From a Charles and Mary Drum (have always thought she was a Ramsey) written Dec 12 1840 and they lived in Trout Run Penn letter written to Robert D. Ramsey in it it says they are sorry to hear of Mrs Fullmers ill Health. (Robert is a brother to my James Ramsey and part owner of store, they are living in Luzerne Co in 1840)

Another letter dated May 15 18?? from Trout Run and from Charles and Mary says Elijah left here yesterday fro home and that they had a letter from J Reader (?)

then there is a letter to Mr Elijah Fullmer Columbus Luzerne Co Penn written from J Reader on Oct 18th 18(?4)1 Says Dear Friends ( I think that Mrs Reader may be a Ramsey or a Fullmer) says we wrote to Father and Mother mentions having a letter from Charles and Mary this letter was written from Cooperstown Venango Co Penn

It does seem like the Ramsey, Fullmer and possible Charles Drum and wife Mary and then the Reader families are tied together. Maybe Mary was a Fullmer?? more questions then answers. Nancy

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