|Birth: ||1785, Ireland|
On the 22nd day of December 1834 Henry Fullerton Sr. received a Mexican Land Grant, a Headright League of Land as a colonist, about seven miles northwest of Franklin, Texas. He also received One Labor of Land at the Irish Settlement Staggers Point – now called Benchley, where he and wife Sarah built a home and lived.
From 1835 to 1836 Henry Fullerton, Sr. fought in the Army of the Republic of Texas and helped Texas win its independence from Mexico. He was a member of the Gillespie Masonic Lodge No. 55 in Robertson County. By virtue of Bounty Warrant No. 3278 issued by the Secretary of War on the 8th day of May 1838, the Governor of Texas P.H. Bell on April 7, 1852, granted 320 acres to Henry Fullerton Sr., his heirs or assigns for his faithful and honorable service in the Army of the Republic of Texas.
Sarah Caufield Fullerton (1790 - 1856)
Henry Fullerton (1817 - ____)*
Isabella Fullerton Walker (1823 - 1850)*
Thomas J Fullerton (1829 - ____)*
George Hayes Fullerton (1833 - 1922)*
Dunn's Fort Cemetery
Created by: Major W
Record added: Dec 08, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 81700342
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Mervin D. Peters
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