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Charles E. Fuller

Charles E. Fuller, American congressman. member Ho; member 58th to 62d Congresses (1903-1913) and 64th to 66th Congresses (1915-1921), 68th and 69th Congresses (1923-1927), 12th Illinois Dist.

Background

  • Fuller, Charles E. was born on March 31, 1849 in Boone Company, Illinois, United States. Son of Seymour and Eliza A. (Mordoff) Fuller.

  • Education

    • Educated Wheaton College.

    Career

    • Admitted to bar, 1870, and began practice at Belvidere, Illinois. City attorney, 4 years. State’s attorney, Boone Company, 4 years.

      Member House of Representatives, 3 terms, and Senate, 2 terms, 1879-1893. Judge Circuit Court, 17th Judicial Circuit, 1897-1903. Member 58th to 62d Congresses (1903-1913) and 64th to 66th Congresses (1915-1921), 68th and 69th Congresses (1923-1927), 12th Illinois District.

      Chairman Committee on Invalid Pensions, 66th and 67th Congresses. Vice president. Peoples Bank of Belvidere. Raised a regiment, Spanish-American War and commissioned colonel, 1898.

      Home: Belvidere, Ill.

    Membership

    Member Ho; member 58th to 62d Congresses (1903-1913) and 64th to 66th Congresses (1915-1921), 68th and 69th Congresses (1923-1927), 12th Illinois Dist.

    Connections

    • Married Sarah A. Mackay, April.
    • father: Seymour Fuller
    • mother: Eliza A. (Mordoff) Fuller
    • spouse: Sarah A. Mackay
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    Born March 31, 1849
    Died June 25, 1926
    (aged 77)
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