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Re: Maryann Fullmer - Springville, UT
Posted by: Debra Vasquez Date: May 20, 2001 at 10:03:31
In Reply to: Maryann Fullmer - Springville, UT by Suzi of 92

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This is just a guess, but if your Maryann is from the Springville area also, then you could possibly be of the Fullmer line who descended from Peter Fullmer and Susannah Zerfass. They were from Pennsylvania and some of their children settled in Utah. One of their sons, John Solomon Fullmer b.1807 is supposed to be buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Springville. Some of Peter's children were very active in the early days of the LDS Church, rubbing elbows with Joseph Smith and later Brigham Young in Nauvoo; (see his son David Fullmer). One of Peter's daughters, Desdemona (not sure of that spelling) was possibly a polygamist wife of Joseph Smith. My great-great grandfather's sister, Sarah Ann Follett married Peter's son Almon and settled in the Cache Co. Utah area. If you have access to the LDS Family Search Site there is a family tree for Peter and Susannah in their Ancestral File that trickles down for several generations. You can also find submitter names there. Church History Books have information about John Solomon and David Fullmer. I have a little bit of info buried somewhere in my papers. If you feel this is the family you are searching for let me know and I will share what I have. Debra


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