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Photo: Robert F Jones

Robert F. Jones, son of Ephraim Jones and brother to Martha Jones Fulton. (Photo credit: original from J & K McCrea collection)

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Photo: Charles Franklin Lindsey

Charles Franklin Lindsey, son of John D Lindsey and Mary Ann Fulton, grandson of Robert M Fulton. b. 1870 New Brunswick Canada d. 12 Jun 1928 Bessemer, Jefferson, Alabama, USA Married to ? on ? Children: Nettie, Susie, John , … Continue reading

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Photo: Estella Blanche Lindsey Knight

Estella Blanche Lindsey Knight, wife of Clarence Knight, daughter of John D Lindsey and Mary Ann Fulton, granddaughter of Robert M Fulton. b. 13 Feb 1883 Mars Hill, Aroostook, Maine or Fort Fairfield, Aroostook, Maine d. 22 Feb 1944 Easton, … Continue reading

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Robert Fulton Headstone

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E J Fulton and wife- Cass Lake, MN

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Photo: Robert M Fulton

Robert M. Fulton (date unknown) Picture taken by C W Carter, Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Photo: Dorothy Bell

Dorothy Bell, daughter of LeRoy Bell and Eliza Lunn- married to Chesley Husson.

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Photo: Owen Erastis Blackden

Owen E Blackden, brother to Fred A .  Blackden b. 12 Aug 1858 Dexter, Maine or Etna Maine d. 03 Jul 1940 Caribou, Aroostook, Maine

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Photo: Dr. James Houlton Syphers

Civil War Solider and physician from Mars Hill Maine- James H Syhpers. James Houlton Syphers married Lucy York on 13 Jul 1861 in Houlton, Maine.  They had 5 children – Inez Izora, Albion Lionel, Harry James, Lydia Ann, and LeRoi Scott … Continue reading

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December 1896

1 Tue Cloudy and cold with a SE wind in the morning. Myself and wife went up to J.W. Fulton’s to dinner in the afternoon. The wind came round to the NW very cold. 2 Wed Some clouds and cold … Continue reading

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November 1896

1 Sun Cold with a SE rain all day. We was at Robert McKelvery’s all day. Jim Fossy and wife called in. 2 Came up to R.L. Bell’s. Cold with a NE rain all day. Had a pleasant time. 3 … Continue reading

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Almeda Dorothy Fulton and Richard Levarah Bell

Dolly (Fulton) Bell was the 10th born child of Robert and Martha (Jones) Fulton, being born on July 23, 1859, in Wicklow, N.B. Dolly married Richard L. Bell November 14,1878 at Mars Hill with Justice of the Peace, Henry Wilson … Continue reading

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October 1896

1 Thu Cloudy and warm with a SE wind. Signs of rain and it commenced to rain about noon and rained most of the afternoon. Fred got home from the Mill. 2 Warm and cloudy this morning with a SE … Continue reading

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September 1896

1 Tue Cloudy and cold with a SW wind. Harden and Fred cut down a good piece of buckwheat in the forenoon. Fred put our stove up in our room in the afternoon. 2 Cloudy and cold with a NW … Continue reading

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Free Baptist Church of Mars Hill, 1896-

With Mars Hill Mountain looming in the background, the first Baptist Church to be built in Mars Hill Village, had her cornerstone laid on a Wednesday morning, August 19, 1896. Rev. G.G. Haynes was pastor for three years. He was … Continue reading

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August 1896

1 Sat Some clouds and very cold with a NW wind. We was home all day. Mrs. F.A. Blackden was taking sick today and Fred went after Dr. Kincaid. Quite a number of women to a man to know purpose. … Continue reading

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Ellwyn Mortimer Fulton

Ellwyn M. Fulton, born June 10, 1885, was the son of Dr. Aaron Jones and Emma (Turner) Fulton of Blaine, Maine. Ellwyn was a graduate of Ricker College and the University of Maine where he excelled in sports and graduated … Continue reading

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July 1896

1 Wed Some clouds and cool with a NW wind. It cleared off quite warm in the afternoon. We was home all day. Fred was working among his potatoes the most of the day. 2 Some clouds with a warm … Continue reading

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John Wellington Bartley

Welly was born June 11, 1887. On November 20th, 1907, Welly, at the age of 20, would marry Alice Minnie Flewelling, age 15, of Easton. Alice, born July 1,1892, was the daughter of Charles Henry and Susan Hepzibah (Valley) Flewelling. Welley … Continue reading

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June 1896

1 Mon Cloudy and cool with a SW wind. We was home all day. Very stormy all day but the wind came round to the NW in the afternoon and looked like clearing off. 2 Cloudy and cold with a … Continue reading

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July 1897

1 Thu Cloudy and cold with a NE wind. Len Bartley and wife and daughter and two of the Morehouse family, John Tracy and others here today. 2 Fri Some clouds and warm with a NE wind. Fred and Birt … Continue reading

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May 1896

1 Fri Mostly clear and cold with a NE wind. We was home all day. Fred drove out to the bridge and back. Frank Larrabee came home with him. Adaline McKelvery here. 2 Clear and cold with a NE wind. … Continue reading

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April 1896

1 Wed Clear & Cold with a NW wind. We was home all day. Fred went away this morning quite early to help Burns to get his logs in. Stella was up to Jim’s this afternoon. 2 Cloudy & cold … Continue reading

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March 1896

1 Sun Warm with a SE rain all night and all day and is still storming at bedtime and the ground is getting bare very fast. The fields will soon be bare. 2 Cool with a SE rain all night … Continue reading

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February 1896

1 Sat Cloudy & Cold with a SE wind. Very stormy looking. Me and Jim and Fred drove out to Mars Hill Village but hard for a sled. Part of the way bare ground. 2 Cold with a SE snow … Continue reading

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January 1896

1 Wed Cloudy & Cold with a NW wind. Stella and family was up to Harden’s all day. Mrs. George Hallett was here to dinner. Perry Cox called. Fred was helping Charles McPherson making sleepers. (Sleepers was an early word … Continue reading

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June 1897

1897 june 1 Tue Mostly clear and cold with a West wind and very heavy. At R.L. Bell’s. (Note: After visiting Forra’s grave, Robert and Martha would walk up the hill to spend some time at Richard and Dolly Bell’s … Continue reading

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May 1897

1897 May 1 Sat Cloudy and cold with a NE wind. Very stormy looking. Fred got home today from the Mill. 2 Sun Cloudy and cold with a SE wind. Jim Mahan, Alvin Giberson, Sylvester and a number of others … Continue reading

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April 1897

1897 April 1 Thu Some clouds and warm with a NW wind. Fred had John Aheran helping. Fred took one load to the river. 2 Fri Some clouds and cold with a NW wind. Very heavy and cold wind all … Continue reading

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Census: Wiggins Family

1891 Wicklow, Carleton Co, New Brunswick 189 Wiggins, Benjamin M 49 M  NB NB NB FCB Farmer 189 Wiggins, Melisie F 38 M W ” ” ” ” 189 Cox, Sophia F 16 M D ” ” ” Meth 189 Cox, James M 30 M  ” ” ” FCB Labourer 189 Cox, Perry M 18   US ” ” ” 189 Wiggins, Thomas M 14  S NB ” ” ” 189 Wiggins, Ada F 13  D ” ” ” ” 189 Wiggins, Lambert M 11  S ” ” ” ” 189 Wiggins, Georgie F 9  D ” ” ” ” 189 Wiggins, John M 7  S ” ” ” ” 189 Wiggins, Benjamin M 4  S ” ” ” ” 189 Wiggins, Dorcas F 1  D ” ” ” “

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Photo: Home of Dr. Aaron Jones Fulton

Home of Dr. Aaron Jones Fulton in Blaine Maine.

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Napoleon Bonapart Blackden

July 4, 1897 According to the Blackden Family Tree, Napoleon Bonnapart Blackden died of Cerebral Apoplexy, July 4, 1897. Mr. Blackden’s death occurred while Fred Blackden was in New Brunswick on a fishing and business venture. It is evident that … Continue reading

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Forrest Burton Fulton

Forest Burton Fulton was the firstborn of Harden and Annie (Bartley) Fulton, being born January 28, 1887. R.M.Fulton called him ‘Little Forra.’Forest took sick during the late summer and fall of 1893. Typhoid Fever was the epidemic of that period. … Continue reading

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Alfred Gillen and Mary Hutchinson

Alfred L. Gillen, known by all who knew   him  as ‘Alf’  Gillen, was the son  of  Joseph Gillen  who  moved  here  from Nova Scotia.   Joseph settled on the East Ridge with his family and engaged in farming. On  November 7, … Continue reading

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March 1897

1897 March 1 Mon Clear and cold with a SW wind. Temperature 24 below zero this morning. Signs of more snow. 2 Tue Cloudy and cold with a SE wind and snow. Fred went to Centreville Mill today. 3 Wed … Continue reading

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February 1897

1 Mon Mostly clear with a SW wind. George Lindsey was hauling wood all day for Fred. Harden and Fred was away for a horse. 2 Tue Mostly clear with a NW wind. Fred took R.L. Bell’s wood machine home … Continue reading

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January 1897

1 Fri Clear with a NE wind but very pleasant. To Dr. A.J. Fulton’s to dinner and I came down to Larrabee’s with James Collins to W.W. Larrabee‘s where we was visiting. 2 Sat Cloudy and warm with a SE … Continue reading

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Photo: December 1893 diary page

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Obituary : Beecher Fulton, son of Harden Fulton

Obituary for Beecher Fulton, son of Hardin Fulton and grandson of Robert M Fulton. 22 Jun 1890- 14 Jan 1956

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Photo: Alice Fulton Larrabee

Alice Fulton Larrabee, daughter of Robert Fulton. Born 14 Nov 1861 in Wicklow, Carleton, New Brunswick Canada Married  02 Oct 1879 to William W. Larrabee Died 22 Jan 1929 in Mars Hill, Aroostook, Maine Children: Alice Frank Bertha

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Photo: James Urban Bell, grandson of Robert Fulton

James Urban Bell, b. April 1883-d.05 Mar 1964, son of Richard Bell and Dorothy Fulton (R M Fulton’s daughter) and wife Maggie Swaim and sister in law Phoebe. James Urban married 27 Jun 1906. Children: Jennie, Kenneth and Alfred. Certificate … Continue reading

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Photo: Phoebe Bell, daughter of Dorothy Fulton Bell

Phoebe Bell , daughter of Dorothy “Dolly” Fulton and Richard L Bell. Granddaughter to Robert M Fulton. b. 08 Nov 1887 Mars Hill, Aroostook Co, Maine married 31 Aug 1918  in Duluth Minn. to former Minnesota Congressman and lawyer William … Continue reading

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Photo: Dr. Aaron Jones Fulton and family

Dr. Aaron Jones Fulton, son of Robert M Fulton. Aaron Jones Fulton (09 Apr 1851-1941), Emma S Turner (Aug 1862-1925) Children: Ellwyn Mortimer Fulton (1885-1961) and Anita J Fulton (1892-1908)

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Photo: Harden Leonard Fulton and family (abt 1900)

Harden L Fulton (1857-1946) , wife Annie (Bartley), Beecher Fulton (1890-1956), Leo Fulton (1893-1983), Vera Fulton (1899-1979). Annie was the daughter of Thomas Bartley and Jane Spittle. Annie’s brother John Bartley was married to Harden’s sister Abba Abigail Fulton. 

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Photo: George Washington Fulton and wife Maggie

George Washington Fulton, son of Robert M Fulton. (04 Apr 1855-aft 1920) . Married to Margaret “Maggie” Adams (1861-aft 1930) from Nova Scotia Canada. The family moved to Massachusetts late 1899 and lived in Cambridge area or Holliston area. Children: … Continue reading

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Obituary: A J Fulton

Presque Isle Star Herald Dr. Aaron J. Fulton (09 Apr 1851– April 21, 1941) Dr. Aaron J. Fulton, 90, second oldest man in the town of Blaine, passed away on Monday at his home in Blaine. He was born in … Continue reading

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Photo: Ethel May Fulton Kunerth Miller

Ethel May Fulton, daughter of Ephraim Jones Fulton and Louisa Webster. Born 17 Jan 1877. Died 10 Dec 1959. Married Charles D Kunerth on 28 Jun 1899 Crow Wing, Minnesota, USA. Children:Karl F Kunerth (1901-1986), IrwinM Kunerth (1904-1984) She divorced Charles Kunerth and worked … Continue reading

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Photo: Stella B Fulton Blackden

Stella Blanche Fulton Blackden, youngest child of Robert M Fulton and Martha Jones. Born: 10 Jan 1864 in Mars Hill Maine Married 24 Dec 1887 to  Fred Allen Blackden in Easton Maine (1868-1961) Died 22 Apr 1954 in Gray Maine. … Continue reading

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Photo: Ephraim J Fulton

Ephraim J Fulton, Drysdale, Brainard Minn.

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Photo: Ephraim J Fulton, Louisa Webster and daughter Edith.

  Ephraim Jones Fulton, son of Robert Fulton and first wife, Louisa Webster and Edith. J A McColl, 7th Street Brainard MN. Edith b. 1880 Maine. Family moved to Minnesota in 1881.

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Photo: Mabel Fulton, granddaughter of R M Fulton

“To Aunt Stella with Love, Mabel Fulton, Duluth Minn. Christmas 1913” Mabel Fulton, daughter of E J Fulton and Louisa Webster. b. 29 Aug 1871 d. ? Music and Voice Teacher.

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Photo: Adeline A Fulton McKelvery and Alice Murray

Adeline A Fulton McKelvery and Alice Murray. Adeline’s first husband James Murray died 24 Apr 1895. Adeline married again to widow Robert McKelvery on 13 Oct 1895.

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Photo: Fred A Blackden

Fred Allen Blackden, son of Napoleon Bonapart Blackden and Lydia Cookson. Husband of Stella Blanche Fulton.

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December 1895

1 Sun Cloudy and cool with a SE wind. We was home the most of the day. Signs of a storm all day and still looks very stormy at bedtime or at nine o’clock in the evening. Birt Tapley and … Continue reading

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November 1895

1 Fri A cold SE snow storm commenced in the night and snowed most of the day. It rained some about noon and took off some of the snow. I think it snowed all of six inches. The temperature registering … Continue reading

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October 1895

1 Tue Cloudy and cold with a SW wind. We was home all day. Some little cold showers of rain through the day. Harden and Fred dug potatoes alone in fournoon. In the afternoon, two men from the Province, two … Continue reading

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September 1895

1 Sun Fred took Father and Mother home. (written at top of page) Some clouds and cool with a NW wind. We was home all day. Fred took his father and mother home today. They have been here a week. … Continue reading

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August 1895

August 1895 1 Thu Cloudy and cool with a SE wind. I was quite shivery through the day. Fred had L.H. Fulton today hauling manure in the orchard to make preparations to plough among the trees this fall. Myself and … Continue reading

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July 1895

July 1895 1 Mon Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. Some quite heavy showers. George York was here to dinner and got some turnips. F.A. Blackden drove over to West Ridge this afternoon and brought Mrs. Owen Blackden and … Continue reading

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June 1895

June 1895 1 Sat Mostly clear and warm with a NW wind. We was home all day. I was doing chores. L.H. Fulton and F.A. Blackden was working in their foller today till four o’clock then Fred and wife went … Continue reading

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May 1895

–May 1895 1 Wed Clear and cold with a NW wind. We was home all day. We was cleaning the house again today for the summer. I sent out 13 1/2 doz of eggs to York & Luce today by … Continue reading

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April 1895

April 1895 1 Mon Mostly clear and cool with a NW wind. Samuel Boone went up to L.H. Fulton’s this afternoon. F A. Blackden went away early this morning out to Keay’s to work. Len Bartley came up this morning. … Continue reading

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March 1895

March 1895 1 Fri Cloudy and cool with a NE wind. The temperature registering from 26 to 52 degrees above zero. The snow melted and run of of the buildings very fast all the afternoon. The funeral of James Giberson … Continue reading

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February 1895

–February 1895 1 Fri Some clouds and cold with a SE wind. L.H. Fulton helped me to pick up 10 bbls of potatoes this morning and took them out to the Station at Mars Hill and brought me twelve dollars. … Continue reading

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January 1895

  1 Tue Cloudy and cool with a SE wind. Fred Blackden went over on West Ridge today. Eli Fletcher called here today. Signs of a storm. 2 Wed Some clouds and cold with a NW wind. We was home … Continue reading

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December 1893

1 Fri Cloudy with a NW wind. The temperature at 32 degrees above zero. Quite snowy most all day. Mr. Thomas Bartley here tonight. Stella Blackden and Mrs. Glidden here today. Harden’s little Forra died today. 2 Sat Cloudy and cold with … Continue reading

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November 1893

1 Wed Cloudy and cold with a SE wind. The ground froze quite hard with ice 3/4″ thick. I was home all day. A little snow today. Signs of a storm. Quite cold tonight. 2 Thur Some clouds and warm … Continue reading

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October 1893

1 Sun Cloudy and cold with a North wind and rain all day. Commenced in the night and still raining at bedtime. Birt Tapley and wife here this evening. J.W. Fulton called. 2 Mon Cloudy and cold with a NE … Continue reading

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September 1893

1 Fri Some clouds and cool with a NW wind. Some signs of rain. I dug my onions today and raked up oats in the garden today. Mabel Fulton here tonight. 2 Sat Cloudy and warm with a SE wind. … Continue reading

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August 1893

1 Tues Cloudy and warm with a SW wind. I was home all day. I had a lame foot. It rained most all the noon and still raining at bedtime. So ends the day. 2 Wed Cloudy and warm with … Continue reading

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July 1893

1 Sat Some clouds and warm with a NW wind. I was home all day hoeing and weeding my garden. Ephraim Lawrence called this evening. Signs of rain tonight. 2 Sun Some clouds and very warm with a NW wind. … Continue reading

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June 1893

1 Thur Cloudy and warm with a SE wind. Heavy shower of rain in the forenoon. I helped Harden to plant potatoes in the afternoon. 2 Fri Cloudy and warm with a SE wind. I was helping Harden plant potatoes … Continue reading

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May 1893

1 Mon A dull smoky day. Quite cold in the morning. I was home all day. Mrs. J.W. Fulton, Mrs.  George Hallett and Mrs. McDonald here to tea. 2 Tues Cloudy and cold with a SE wind. I was home … Continue reading

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April 1893

1 Sat Cloudy and cold with a SE wind. I was home all day. J.W. Fulton and wife and John Bartley and wife and son was here. Raining tonight. Bartley and wife went home. 2 Sun Clear and cold with … Continue reading

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March 1893

March 1893 1 Wed Cool and snowing this morning with a SE wind. Me and Harden and Alice went out to the store today. Me and Harden took out eggs and got 20 cents per dozen. 2 Thur Some clouds … Continue reading

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February 1893

February 1893 1 Wed Clear and cold with a NW wind. Clouded up in the afternoon with wind from the NW. Looks like rain. I was home all day. 2 Thur Clear and cold with a NW wind. I was … Continue reading

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January 1893

1 Sun Some clouds and warm with a SE wind. Myself and wife took dinner at Stephen Giberson‘s. Richard Bell and wife was here to tea. So ends New Years Day. The road glare ice. 2 Tues Cold with a … Continue reading

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December 1892

1 Thurs Very cloudy and cold with snow and rain all day. I was home all day choring. About three inches of snow on the ground now. Every sign of rain at present. 2 Fri Cold snow and rain all … Continue reading

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November 1892

1 Tue Cloudy and cold with a NW wind and a sprinkle of snow all the forenoon. Cleared off in the afternoon with wind out of the NW. I was home all day. Will and Harden was plowing in back … Continue reading

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October 1892

1 Sat Cloudy and cold with a heavy NW wind. The wind blew a gale in the night and all day and still blowing at bedtime. Kept me gathering apples all day. Blew down the henyard. 2 Sun Some clouds … Continue reading

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September 1892

1 Thu Some clouds and cold with a SW wind. We was cutting peas and oats today. W.W. Larrabee and wife went out this morning and got his hens. 2 Fri Clear and cool with a SW wind. I was … Continue reading

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August 1892

August 1892 1 Mon Some clouds and warm with a SW wind. We commenced to hauling hay today. Four loads for me. Eli Fletcher here. 2 Tue Some clouds and warm with a SE wind. Signs of rain. I was … Continue reading

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July 1892

1 Fri Cloudy and warm with a SE wind. I was home all day. James Murray wife left here today. Eli Fletcher here today selling medicine. 2 Sat Some clouds and warm with a SW wind. I was home all … Continue reading

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June 1892

1    Wed    Cloudy with a South wind. I set in my onions this morning. We planted potatoes in the afternoon    till it came on heavy thunder and hail and rain. We had to quit. 2    Thu    Cloudy and warm with … Continue reading

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May 1892

May 1892 1 Sun Cloudy and cool with a West wind. I was home all day. We set out our bees today. Clouded up this afternoon. Wind from the SE. Signs of a storm. 2 Mon Cloudy and cold with … Continue reading

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April 1892

1 Fri Clear and warm with a SW wind. I took Alice and Bertha and went on to Blaine. Paid Pierce the balance of my tax. Paid York $5.00 and brought Dot with me. (Today is Robert and Martha’s 51st … Continue reading

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March 1892

March 1892 1    Tue    Clear and cold with a North wind. Harden hauled two loads of spalts up from Collin’s Mill today. Mrs. Mahan and Mrs. Michaud here on a visit this afternoon. (Sphalts? I assume that    these are what … Continue reading

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February 1892

February 1892 1 Mon Some clouds and cold with a NW wind. Me and Harden was making sled benches for the bob sled today. Some signs of warmer weather. 2 Tue Clear and cold with a NW wind. I was … Continue reading

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January 1892

January 1892 1 Fri Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. Signs of a storm. 2 Sat Cloudy and cold with a SE wind. Very foggy and signs of rain. Me and Harden drove to Blaine with the double team. … Continue reading

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1891 MEMORANDA

MEMORANDA January 26th 1891 Fred Blackden got our team to commence work this morning hauling bark for Will Wilson. March 26th 1891 B.F. Pierce, Esq. Came here today to acknowledge a deed I gave to Harden’s wife, Anna M.  Fulton … Continue reading

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December 1891

1   Tue   Cloudy and cool with a SE wind. Hauled one load of wood in forenoon. Harden went to help Jim thrash in the P.M. 2   Wed Cloudy and warm with a West wind. Quite warm and soft. I was … Continue reading

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November 1891

1    Sun   Cloudy and cool with a SW wind. I was home all day. It rained in the night and showery today. Perry O. Cox here tonight. 2 Mon Cloudy and cold with a NW wind. We was thrashing today. … Continue reading

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October 1891

1   Thu   Clear and cool with a West wind. Heavy frost. I finished digging my potatoes tonight. Twenty two bushels of Early Rose, my own. 2 Fri     Some clouds with a SW wind. Some signs of rain. Jim Cox’s wife … Continue reading

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September 1891

1   Tue   Cloudy and warm with an East wind. It commenced to rain about two o’clock. Samuel Boone and son left this morning. 2 Wed Cloudy and warm with a NE wind. We finished mowing buckwheat over the brook today. … Continue reading

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August 1891

1 Sat Cloudy and cool with a NW wind. Quite showery all afternoon but we hauled in three loads of hay. 2 Sun Cloudy and cool with a NW wind. Jim Rundlet and wife and Mr. Blackden and wife here … Continue reading

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July 1891

1 Wed Clear and warm with a NW wind. A stranger by the name of Swim took dinner here. 2 Thu   Some clouds and warm with a SE wind. R. Bell and Robert Ford and B. Hawksley to supper. 3 … Continue reading

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June 1891

Robert M. Fulton Diary 1891 June 1 Some clouds and warm with a SE wind. I worked in my garden. Harden and Fred was rolling logs and burning them. Good Friday. 2 Some clouds and warm with NW wind. I … Continue reading

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May 1891

1 Fri Some clouds and warm with a SE wind. I was home all day. Harden and Fred finished chopping some trees today. 2 Sat Cloudy and warm with a SW wind. I was home all day. Harden and Fred … Continue reading

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April 1891

1 Wed Clear and warm with a NW wind. Me and Harden went to Blaine today and got six bbls of phosphate of J. Bubar. 2 Thur Some clouds and warm with a SE wind. The selectmen here today. Harry … Continue reading

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March 1891

1 Sun Very cold and blustery. Snow storm this morning. Wind from the West. I was home all day. Cleared off in the afternoon. 2 Mon Clear and cold with a NW wind. I was home all day. Harden went … Continue reading

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