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Fulgham-Fulghum Family National Association records

Fulgham-Fulghum Family National Association records, 1977-2013
Fulgham-Fulghum Family National Association records
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  • Records, 1977-2013, of the Fulgham-Fulghum Family National Association, including brochures and guidebooks, clippings, compilations, correspondence, newsletters, obituaries, pedigrees and genealogical charts, photographs, as well as copies and transcriptions of census records, land grants and patents, wills, and published sources. The records of the Association document the Foljambe family in England and the descendants of Capt. Anthony Fulgham (d. 1669) of Isle of Wight County, Virginia, as well as the allied families of Boykin, Dean, Johnson, Lea, Raiford, Sledge, Stokes, Todd, and Wheless
  • The bulk of the collection is information collected and compiled by Dr. James Elijah Fulghum (1906-2002). The folders entitled "Letters" and "Records" include correspondence he received from other family members with information on their particular branch. This information was originally kept in numbered three-ring binders. Dr. Fulghum also compiled ten "books" entitled "Fulghum Families," which contain individual sheets for family members throughout the United States. The sheets include the individual's identification number, name, date/place of birth and death, marriage information, burial place, names of children, and other biographical details. There is a full name index filed at the end of "Fulghum Families."
  • The collection also includes the Association's newsletter "Fulgham-Fulghum Family Facts," a photo album of a trip to England by Dr. Fulghum, and the family Bibles of Charles Mallory Fulghum (1860-1921) and Jesse Fulghum (1779-1844)
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The Fulgham-Fulghum Family National Association, Inc. was a non-profit educational, historical, and genealogical research society incorporated in the State of Florida. Its mission was to study, research, interpret, and preserve the history and achievements of the Foljambe/Fulgham/Fulghum and related families. The group promoted family interaction, stimulated interest in family history by funding and maintaining active research programs, and supplied historical and genealogical information on the family to interested persons. The Association also stimulated interest in family history and genealogy through reunions with exhibits, programs, workshops, and lectures.
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Fulgham-Fulghum Family National Association records
  • The Library of Virginia
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Fulgham-Fulghum Family National Association
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Type of unit
8.35 cu. ft. (18 boxes)

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