Green G Fuller
and Grace Breeding

Green G Fuller b 13 Jun 1908 d 19 Nov 1934 Vicco, Perry Co KY; killed in Carr Fork Coal Mine Co mine; s/o Elijah Green Fuller 1877 and Leona Smith. Green G Fuller m. (1) Janie Sergent. Green G Fuller m. (2) Pearl Hall. Green G Fuller m. (3) Grace Breeding b 16 Dec 1912 Isom, Letcher Co KY; d/o John D Breeding and Martha Isom. Children of Green G Fuller and Grace Breeding Fuller;

1. Ralph Gee Fuller b 21 Apr 1935 Letcher Co KY d 14 Dec 2014 d OSU Med., Center, Columbus, OH; buried Trenton Cemetery, Sunbury, Delaware Co OH; m. 3 Nov 1954 IN to Nancy "Nan" Darst b 16 Jan 1937 Columbus OH d 10 Aug 2011 Sunbury, Delaware Co OH; buried Trenton Cemetery, Sunbury, Delaware Co OH; d/o Richard Emerson Darst and Hattie Priscilla Artrip.


Grace Breeding
and James Boston

Grace Breeding b 16 Dec 1912 Isom, Letcher Co KY d 27 Nov 2000; buried Green Mound Cemetery, Kilbourne, Delaware Co OH; d/o John D Breeding and Martha Isom. Grace Breeding m. 12 Dec 1944 Whitesburg, Letcher Co KY to (2) James O Boston b 8 Aug 1916 d 18 Nov 2007; buried Green Mound Cemetery, Kilbourne, Delaware Co OH; s/o Clyde Boston and Ruth Sheets. Children of James Boston and Grace Breeding;

1. Judy Boston (aka Juda Miller) b 1 Mar 1847; m. Keith Duncan.

2. John E Boston (aka Johnny Miller) b 12 Dec 1948; m. Rae Ann Unknown.


More About Green G Fuller

Green G Fuller was killed in the mines at Carr Fork Coal Co., Vicco KY (per Carl Breeding). Mother, Ida Fuller Potter (sister of Green G Fuller) and her family always believed that it was no accident. G had been in disagreements with Goebel Combs and this Combs man was operating the coal car that caused G's death. Goebel Combs was also prosecuted for the stabbing death of their cousin, Corbett Smith who was stabbed to death by Goebel Combs. Goebel Combs was sent to prison for this murder. Goebel Combs knocked Corbett's hat off and when Corbett bent down to pick it up, Goebel started stabbing him while he was bent over proceeded to stab him to death. Green G Fuller died in the mines at Vicco, KY at age 25.

Green G Fuller was musically talented on a professional scale and very popular among his family and friends. Mother often spoke of Uncle G's talent and said that he played and sang professionally well and could play nearly any instrument including the piano. Our Mom, Ida Fuller Potter, loved him and spoke of him often. His death at a young age was tragic to Mom and her family and friends. Even up until Mom's death, she would tell the story of her brother G Fuller's, death and you could hear the terrible grief in her voice and tears would well up in her eyes. I asked Mom how to spell G's name and she told me that his name was just the letter G to distinguish him from his father, Green Fuller. So in their family, the father was called Green by the adults and the son was called G. Mother remained grieved over his death a lifetime.


Obituary of Grace Breeding Fuller Boston

Birth: Dec. 17, 1912. Death: Nov. 27, 2000. Grace Boston, age 87 former Chesterville area resident died Monday morning, November 27, 2000 at Bennington Glen Nursing Center, Marengo. She was born on December 17, 1912 in Isom, Kentucky to the late John D. and Martha (Ison) Breeding. Grace retired in 1975 from Essex Wire in Lexington, where she worked as an assembler for 25 years. A member of Isom Presbyterian Church, she enjoyed the homemaking activities of; sewing, cooking, gardening, but most of all her children and grandchildren. Survived by husband James O. Boston, whom she married December 12, 1944 in Whitesburg, Kentucky, Daughter: Judy (Keith) Duncan of Marengo, Sons: Ralph G. (Nancy) Fuller of Sunbury, John E. (Rae Ann) Boston of Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin, 11 Grandchildren, 17 Great-Grandchildren, Brothers: John D. (Josephine) Breeding Jr. of Isom, KY, Hubert (Margaret) Breeding of Romulus, MI. Proceeded in death by a grandchild, 5 Brothers: Corbin, Cullen, Carl, Burnett, and Van Breeding, Sisters: Bertha Mullice and Orpha Adams.


Obituary of James O Boston

James O. Boston, age 91 of Marengo, formerly Chesterville, died Sunday evening November 18, 2007 at Laurels of Mount Vernon. He was born on August 8, 1916 in Delaware to the late Clyde and Ruth (Sheets) Boston. He was a member of the Isom Presbyterian Church in Isom, Ky. and attended the Sparta Advent Christian Community Church. James was a kind and gentle man who was an avid reader and particularly enjoyed Westerns by Louis L’Amour. He is survived by son: Ralph G. (Nancy) Fuller of Sunbury and John E. (Rae Ann) Boston of Wisconsin Rapids, WI; daughter: Judy (Keith) Duncan of Marengo. 11 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren and 3 great-great grandchildren. Brother: Henry (Evelyn) Boston of Marion; sister: Beverly (Len) Rohde of Los Altos, CA. Proceeded in death by his wife of 55 years: Grace (Breeding) Boston; grandson: Bradley Boston; sister: Frances Davenport. Friends may call Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. at the DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, 73 W. Walnut, Marengo where service will be held Wednesday 11 a.m. with his grandson Brad Duncan officiating and assisted by Pastor David Keefer. Interment will follow in the Green Mound Cemetery, Kilbourne with military services by the Delaware County Veterans Association. Memorial contributions can be made to the Sparta Advent Christian Community Church, PO Box 34, Sparta, Ohio 43350 or Victory Freewill Baptist Church, 2784 SR 229 W., Marengo, Ohio 43334.


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