Bio: Fuller, C. O. MD (1873 – 19??)
Surnames: Fuller, McCoy
---Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Fuller, C. O. MD (29 July 1873 – 19??)
C. O. FULLER, M. D., physician and surgeon at Stratford, Wis., was born July 29, 1873, at Seymour, Outagamie County, Wis., a son of A. G. and Mary A. Fuller, old residents of Seymour. C. O. Fuller attended the common and high school at Seymour and was graduated with the class of 1901 from the Milwaukee Medical College. He began the practice of his profession at Merton, where he remained for ten months, removing then to Fenwood in Marathon County and four months later coming to Stratford. He owns 120 acres of land in sections 17 and 18, town of Emmet, thirty acres of which are improved with good buildings. He is a member of the county and state medical associations. He handles his own drugs, as there is no drug store in the town.
Dr. Fuller married Miss Jennie McCoy, who was born at Appleton, Wis., and they have had four children: Gladys, Alfred, Donovan and Robert, the last named living only twenty-six days.
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