Fuller Cemetery

Fuller Rd., Town of Steuben

This cemetery is located across the road from the original Fuller farm on the Fuller Road in the
town of Steuben.  An historical marker in front of the house reads:  “Fuller farm acquired from
Baron Steuben by Capt. Simeon Fuller, born 1762 died 1852, held by him and his descendants to
present day (1932).”  The cemetery is not maintained at all and is littered with brush and fallen tree
limbs.  It is surrounded by a stone wall and at one time was fenced in.  All that remains of the
fence is the cement fence posts, the metal poles missing.   Inside this fence is a large square area
that is built up about 2 feet above the ground.  In the center of this large square is a newer tall
monument with no inscriptions other than the Fuller name.  Next to this monument is what appears
to be the top of an older monument, and this monument contains the four inscriptions, Simeon,
Wealthy, Russell and Lydia with complete information.  The other tombstones are all newer stones
and have only the years listed.  The tombstones in this cemetery were copied by Kathleen Last
and Virginia Ackerman on August 30, 2000.

Kathleen Last & Virginia Ackerman
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 Fuller, Clara Cornelia, dau of Simeon R. & Martha White Fuller, 1852-1940
 Fuller, Frank Russell, son of Simeon R. & Martha White Fuller, 1856-1932
 Fuller, Lydia (Potter), wife of Russell Fuller and dau of Joseph Potter, died Feb. 4, 1879 age 80 yrs
 Fuller, Martha White, wife (of Simeon R. Fuller), 1823-1912
 Fuller, Russell, son of Simeon Fuller, born Sep. 5, 1795 died Mar. 10, 1856 age 60 yrs
 Fuller, Simeon 1762-1852
 Fuller, Simeon, son of Lot Fuller, Bolton, Conn. born Oct. 21, 1762 died Dec. 7, 1852 age 91 yrs
 Fuller, Simeon R., son of Russell Fuller, 1821-1902
 Fuller, Wealthy (Woodward), wife of Simeon Fuller and dau of Park Woodward, from Stonington, Conn., died Feb. 2, 1845 age 89 yrs
 Fuller, Wealthy 1756-1845

 Wells, Margaret Halgame, wife of Edwin Wells, Gourock, Scotland, a faithful friend, died Oct. 25,
1836  (this stone and grave have sunken into the ground.  The maiden name hard to read)