Thomas Charles Fuller

from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Thomas "Tholly" Charles Fuller (born February 27, 1832 in Fayetteville , North Carolina , †  October 20, 1901 in Raleigh , North Carolina) was an American lawyer and politician .


Thomas Charles Fuller, son of Catherine Raboteau and Thomas Fuller, was born in Cumberland County several years before the economic crisis began in 1837 . Nothing is known about his youth. He attended from 1849 to 1851, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill , where he (1829-1882) with his older brother Bartholomew Fuller Jura studied. After receiving their license to practice law, they opened their own law practice in Fayetteville. Thomas Charles Fuller enlisted in the Confederate Army after the outbreak of the Civil War . From 1864 to 1865 he served in the Second Confederate Congress . He probably resumed his work as a lawyer after the end of the war. In 1890 US President Benjamin Harrison (1833–1901) appointed him associate judge at the United States Court of Private Land Claims . Fuller died in Raleigh, Wake County in 1901 and was buried there in Oakwood Cemetery .

Individual evidence

  1. Thomas Charles Fuller on The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill website
  2. ^ Judge Thomas C. Fuller , The New York Times, October 21, 1901

Web links