Fulton, William, Dd

Fulton, William, D.D.

a Protestant Episcopal clergyman, officiated, after his ordination, in Fremont, Ohio; about 1859 removed to Chicago, Illinois; and in 1860 to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he became rector of Grace Church; in 1864 of All-Hallow's parish, Snow Hill, Maryland; in 1870 of Spring Hill parish, Salisbury, where he died, December 6, 1877, aged forty-nine years. See Prot. Episc. Almanac, 1879, page 168.

 
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