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Clergyman

Albert Cooley Fulton, American clergyman. Member Company K, 1st Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, Spanish-American War, 1898.; Member S.A.R., Cliosophic Society (Princeton).

Background

Fulton, Albert Cooley was born on June 2, 1872 in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. Son of Harmon Healey and Maria (Newcomb) Fulton.

Education

Preparatory education, Mount Hermon (Massachusetts) Boys School. Student Princeton, 1894-1897. Hartford Theological Seminary, 1900.

S.T.D., Syracuse, 1913.

Career

Ordained Congleton ministry, 1900. Pastor Second Church, Kennebunk, Maine, and Somersworth, N.H., until 1910. Assistant pastor Second Presbyterian Church, Newark, New Jersey, 1910-1911.

Pastor First Presbyterian Church, Syracuse, New York, 1911-1931. Executive secretary New York State Council of Churches, 1931-1932. Pastor First Presbyterian Church, Skaneateles, New York, 1933-1937.

Membership

Member Company K, 1st Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, Spanish-American War, 1898. Member S.A.R., Cliosophic Society (Princeton). Clubs: Citizens, Torch, Rotary.

Connections

Married Marion Rondthaler, of Chicago, Illinois, June 11, 1901. Children: Albert Rondthaler, Marion Elizabeth (Mistress Robert F. Burnham), Frederick Harmon (deceased), Barbara (Mistress Edward MacNasser), Dorothy Newcomb, Frances Louise.

father:
Harmon Healey Fulton

mother:
Maria (Newcomb) Fulton

spouse:
Marion Rondthaler

child:
Frederick Harmon Fulton (deceased)

child:
Frances Louise Fulton

child:
Marion Elizabeth Fulton (Mistress Robert F. Burnham)

child:
Dorothy Newcomb Fulton

child:
Barbara Fulton (Mistress Edward MacNasser)

child:
Albert Rondthaler Fulton