For others interested, here is the transcribed obit from the Russell Register Newspaper, (Seale, AL) Friday, Sept 21, 1906.If anyone can place these Fullers, I'd like to hear from you as I cannot fit them into my numerous Fuller clan scattered throughout Russell & Lee Cos., AL.
Russell Register Friday, Sept 21, 1906
Mr. A. M. Fuller Dies Suddenly.
Mr. A. M. Fuller, a well-known and prosperous planter, residing about three miles west of Seale (AL), died Wednesday afternoon in a tenant's cabin on his place, under very unusual circumstances.Mr. Fuller had gone out to the field to weigh up the day's picking of cotton when a shower of rain came up and drove him to shelter.He ran about one hundred yards to the house of a colored tenant on the place and sat down to wait the passing of the shower.He had been seated only a moment when he dropped from the chair to the floor, expiring immediately.His body was borne to his residence but a short distance away, where for years he has lived with is only sister, Miss Emma Fuller.Mr. Fuller was 64 years of age and had never married.He and his maiden sister made up the entire household and she is his only surviving relative of close kinship.The funeral services were held yesterday afternoon in the Methodist church in Villa, Ala.The internment took place in the little cemetery near by, where sleeps the dust of many of the best and truest spirits that ever moved on earth.