John B. Fuller Sabine Parish, Louisiana

John B. Fuller was born at Shiloh, Union parish, November 22, 1851, and spent his boyhood days there. On May 27, 1871, he was married to Evie Sherwood and in August of that year moved to Catahoula parish, near Harrisonburg, and in 1875 came to Sabine parish and has resided here ever since.

In 1886 he was elected constable of his ward, but resigned in 1889 and was appointed postmaster at Mitchell and served in that position for two years. He served one term as member of the Parish School Board.

In 1910 he was elected as a member of the Police Jury, and for one term was president of that body. In 1912 he was re-elected Police Juror. Mr. Puller has always been a conservative exponent of every proposition for the public good and advancement, standing for the things that make for good citizenship, and has aimed to serve the people faithfully and impartially, and is esteemed as a man of sterling integrity and splendid character.

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Source: History of Sabine Parish, Louisiana, by John G. Belisle, Sabine Banner Press, 1913.


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