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Fulham family USA (Chicago, Alabama, New Orleans, Lousianna, World War 1)
Posted by: Nicole Bravo (ID *****2071) Date: March 03, 2012 at 10:01:11
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Hi I'm looking for some information on my great-grandfather Thomas Patrick Fulham. He has a brother William Fulham (both i believe either out of New Orleans, Albama, or Lousianna-they seemed as if they changed addresses quite frequently during the war) who was a private secretary for H. Garland Dupre and my great-grandfather was in the 141st infantry out of New Orleans (corporal Thomas Fulham) and was in charge of the famous Glee Club of the 141st Infantry. Thomas Patrick Fulham also performed in vaudeville under the name "J.B. Stanton". He had a son Thomas Patrick Fulham Jr born in Alabama Later Thomas Patrick Fulham married Bernice Freese in Chicago, Illinois where they had 5 children-Linda, Thomas, Daniel, Jeffrey, and Mathew.
I'm looking for any information on Thomas Patrick Fulham/J.B. Stanton. If anyone has ANY information at all on anything that would be extremely helpful. I'm trying to find the name of his first wife (my grandfathers mother) along with any additional information like who his parents were, when did they come to this country, how long did he perform vaudeville, any information at all would be wonderful :)
Thank you!


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