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Sarah Ann Latty Tittle Fuller---William P. Tittle---Jesse Thomas Fuller
Posted by: Lola (ID *****2090) Date: April 13, 2006 at 04:50:01
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1860 census, Benton County Arkansas, Osage Township (Ancestry.Com census image # 33)

John Gordon, age 60, born South Carolina

Elizabeth, age 41, born South Carolina (daughter of Edward and Delilah Walls)

Munroe, age 16, born Tennessee

Benjamin, age 9, born Arkansas

William, age 5, born Arkansas

Joseph, age 3, born Arkansas

Delilah Walls, age 66, born Unknown

William Little, (Tittle), age 24, born Ohio

Sara Little, (Tittle) age 24, born Georgia (This is Sarah Ann Latty, who later became the wife of Jesse Thomas Fuller).

Mary Little, (Tittle) age 3, born Missouri

Columbus Little, (Tittle) age 8 months, born Arkansas

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1870 census, Benton County Arkansas, Osage Township. (Ancestry.Com census image # 29)

Jesse Fuller, age 28, born Tennessee (Jesse Thomas Fuller)

Sarah, age 32, born Tennessee

William, age 2, born Arkansas

Columbus Little, (Tittle) age 12, born Arkansas

Monroe Little, (Tittle) age 5, born Missouri

Delilah Walls, age 75, born Georgia.

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1880 census, McDonald County Missouri, Pineville Township, district 92 (Ancestry.Com census image # 17)

Thos. Fuller, age 37, born Tennessee (This is Jesse Thomas Fuller)

Sarah A. wife, age 44, born Tennessee

Andy Monroe, son, age 14, born Missouri (This is Andrew Monroe Tittle, the same as Monroe Tittle who was age 5 in 1870)

William W. Fuller, son, age 11, born Arkansas

Frances, daughter, age 10, born Arkansas

Nancy E. Latty, mother-in-law, age 67, born Tennessee

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William P. Tittle died in the Confederate Army during the civil war. He was in Co. H. Mitchell's 8th Missouri Infantry. CSA. He died in 1862. According to the censuses, Sarah's son, Andrew Monroe Tittle was born in 1865. Sarah married Jesse Thomas Fuller in 1868. I believe that (before they were married), Jesse Thomas Fuller might have been Andrew Monroe's Tittle's father and Sarah gave him her own married name, Tittle. My personal opinion. Could be wrong.

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"State of Missouri, County of McDonald. In the claim of Sarah A. Fuller, wid. of Jesse T. Fuller deceased, I can state that I saw William Tittle, the claimant's former husband, at Clarksville Arkansas. I saw him taken in to the prison with his legs chained together. Also I saw him taken out by the gards and started to the hospital with his legs still chain together. That was the last time I ever saw him. I was told he died with the chains on.

Personally appeared before me, a Notary Public, within the State of Missouri, County of McDonald, A.M. Russell, and who being duly sworn states that the above statement to be the truth. (Signed): A.M. Russell.

Subscribed and sworn before me this 7th. day of January 1898. J.M. Carnes, Notary Public."

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"No. 621004. In the claim of Sarah A. Fuller, wid. of Jesse T. Fuller, Co. D. Reg. 10, Kans. Inf. act July 14, '62.

I cannot furnish evidence as to the certainty of my former husband William Tittle's death. I have been told that he died at Clarksville Arkansas while he was in the hospital. I cannot furnish evicence by anyone that seen him after he died. I was never divorced from him from the fact that it was not necessary. It was allowed by all that he died at Clarksville Ark. in 1862 and I have never heard of him since. I was told by John Harmon, deseased, that my husband, William Tittle was dead. He was just from the hospital and I have never heard of anyone disputing it." (Signed with her x mark; Sarah A. Fuller). Subscribed and sworn before me this 20th day of February, 1899. J.M. Carnes, Notary Public."

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"Affidavit

I, Irena Latty, do solemnly swear on oath that I was personally acquainted with William Tittle from the year 1854 to the time he left. In the same year 1862, I heard that he was dead, and know from my own personal knowledge he never returned, and that until the present time I have never seen or heard anything more of him, and I am personally acquainted with Mrs. Fuller and that we are neighbors and have all the reasons to know that she has not heard from or seen Mr. Tittle since his departure in 1862 and I was personally acquainted with Mr. Fuller from his birth until his death and know that he was never married to anyone but Mrs. Tittle, now Mrs. Fuller, his widow. Signed: Irena Latty.

State of Arkansas

County of Benton

Sworn and subscribed to before me, a Notary Public, on this the 4th. day of August, 1897.

W.A. Blair, Notary Public.

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On the same day, (August 4, 1897), Druzilla Mahala Latty Bullock, made a sworn statement much to the same effect as her mother Irena's.

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"State of Arkansas. Benton County.

Personally appeared before me, a Notary Public, in and for Benton County Ark., William Latty, who being duly sworn according to to law, certifies as follows: That he has lived as a neighbor to Sarah A. Fuller, wife of the soldier, for nearly 60 years, and that she was not married to any man from 1862 to January 19, 1868, and that his Post Office is Caverna, Missouri. (Signed. His x mark; William Latty)

Sworn and subscribed to before me, a Notary Public this 3rd. day of March 1899. F.M. Marr N.P. My commission expires June 13, 1900."

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"State of Arkansas, Benton County.

Personally appeared before me, a Notary Public, in and for Benton County Arkansas, D.M. Bullock, (Druzilla Mahala Latty, daughter of Irena Walls Latty), who being duly sworn according to law, certifies as follows: That she has lived a neighbor of Sarah A. Fuller, wife of the soldier, from 1860 to present date and that she was not married to any person from 1862 to January 19, 1868, and that her present Post Office is Sulpher Springs Ark.

Sworn and subscribed to before me this 3rd, day of March 1899

F.M. Marr Notary Public

My commision expires June 13, 1900"

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Affidavit of William Latty

State of Missouri, County of McDonald

Personally appeared before me, a Notary Public, within and for McDonald County, William Latty, age 66 years old, P.O. Jane, Missouri, states that Sarah A. Fuller was married to Jesse T. Fuller in my house on Mill Creek McDonald County Missouri on the 19th. day of January, 1868.

And I also know that the claimant, Sarah A. Fuller was married to William Tittle and the last I herd of him he was in the prison near Spadra Bluff on the Arkansas River. And I also know that the claimant Sarah A. Fuller has not married since the death of Jesse T. Fuller. And the said Sarah A. Fuller has no children under the age of 21 years.

(Signed with his x mark; William Latty).

Subscribed and sworn before me this 6th. day of February, 1896

J.M. Carnes, Notary Public.

Attest to mark (witnesses)

J.E. Carnes

M.M. Bookout


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