Was born in Madison, county, New York, July 8, 1799. He read medicine in the office of Doctor Parkis, of Tioga County, Pennsylvania, and commenced practice in 1823. He married Sarah Culver, of Elkland, Pennsylvania, in March 1822. He practiced in Potter county, Pennsylvania until the spring of 1832, when he located in Loudonville, Richland (now Ashland,) county, Ohio. Doctor Fuller was not a regularly educated physician, having read in a private office, and according to the statues of New York, was examined and admitted to practice medicine and surgery under a certificate issued by the county censors. He was a man of marked industrial, and possessed an iron will, which associated with a powerful physical organization, a love of his profession, and close attention to medical authorities enabled him to accomplish a great deal in the line of his calling. He had a most extensive practice, and was unusually successful in the treatment of the diseases of his locality. He practiced continuously over thirty-six years, some times under circumstances the most adverse, and in the face of a well arranged competition, always sustaining him self honorably in his profession. He should rank among the very best of the profession in the county. He died at Loudonville, December 23, 1867. He left a family. Doctor Amos B. Fuller is a son, and Doctor A. J. Scott, a son in-law. The son is to possess many of the peculiarities of the father, and will probably succeed to a fair share of his practice.