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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