Good job, Joyce, on your website.If you don't have access to Pickaway County, easily -- here is what I have from the Williams History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, Ohio published 1879 has the following:
"William Fullen came from Rockbridge county, Virginia, with his father, who settled on Deer creek, about ten miles from Chillicothe.He came to Pickaway county in 1827, where he bought land, about 1834, near Darbyville.He owned several hundred acres of land, and now lives with his children on a farm of two hundred and seventy acres.He has been twice married, and has raised eleven children.He was a soldier in the war of 1812.Only two children by his first wife are now living--James, who lives on a part of his farm near Darbyville, and Jackson, who lived in Darby township.Of his second wife's childrenMary married James Brown; Lucy married Ezra Stonerock; Richard lives at home in Darbyville, where he keeps a livery stable, and the younger children also live at home.Mr. Fullen made money handling stock.He would sometimes take three droves of cattle and one of hogs across the mountains in a single season; and though he has lost considrable money by signing notes as security, he still has a good property."
The area of Muhlenberg Twp. was cattle country in those days and several acquired much wealth that way.
I remember Milt Fullen and two of his children John and Lawrence.There are many descendants of the Fullen family around Pickaway County, still. Lawrence was a teacher and athletic coach at Ashville High School, Pickaway County for many years (1940's-60's) and acquired a reputation as a very good one with many county tournament wins with the Ashville basketball teams.
I'm not certain my history will get to published form for distribution but if it does, I'll keep your name in mind.