George Herbert Fuller born 5 July 1886

George Fuller was born 5 July 1886 in Portsmouth NH, the first of five children of George Herbert Fuller and Adeline L Spinney.  In 1888, George’s family lived with his grandmother, Eliza Hawkins Fuller, on Sagamore road, and his father was listed as a farmer.  By 1890, the family had moved to 25 Washington, in Portsmouth.

In 1900, he lived with his parents and younger sister Bessie at 25 Gates Street.  His father was a railroad laborer, and George was in school.  The 1910 census lists George and family living at 25 Gates, and he worked at odd jobs. 

George married Rose Mabel Boucher on 8 March 1916, in Portsmouth.  She was from Halifax, Nova Scotia.  I have no record of children for them. They lived with his parents at 180 Gates.   George’s World War 1 draft registration says that he was married, and employed as a janitor, working for the US government.  In 1918, he was working at the Navy Yard.

The 1920 census lists George and Rose living with his parents at 180 Gates.  He worked as a messenger for the government. 

George and Rose divorced, and on 22 March, 1921, he married Kathleen Patterson, in Seabrook NH.  Kathleen was from St John, New Brunswick.  Kathleen and George lived at 180 Gates, with his parents.  I have no record of children for George and Kathleen.  She died 8 October 1828 of heart disease, and is buried at Harmony Grove cemetery in Portsmouth. 

In 1930, George lived with his parents and sister at 180 Gates, and he worked as a laborer doing odd jobs. 

George married Hilda J Beasley on 24 February 1931 in Portsmouth.  She was from St Peters, New South Wales, Australia.  They had two daughters.  One, Patricia, was stillborn. 

George died 4 August 1936, in Brentwood NH.  He was buried at Sagamore cemetery in Portsmouth. 

 

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