ALEXANDER FULLER – Born 1764 in Hillsborough, Orange County, NC. Enlisted age 14 years in Onslow County, NC and fought against the Tories at Cross Creek and in other skirmishes. After the war he moved to Lincoln County, NC, thence to Iredell County. NC where he lived for twenty years and then moved to Buncombe County, NC where he lived over eighteen years. He stated he left North Carolina because the land was poor and he was unable to make a living on it. In 1838 he was living in Clinton County, Missouri with his wife, Jane. He died there on March 16, 1844, and in 1860 Andrew Fuller, a son of Clinton County, Missouri was administrator of his estate. William Atkinson and Milas Fuller of Clinton County, Missouri knew him when he lived in North Carolina. In 1832 he was living in Buncombe County, NC age 69 years.
- Filed under Revolutionary War Pension Applications
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