ALEXANDER FALCONER, TRUSTEE OF FRANKLIN ACADEMY.
At the Glebe, in Franklin, on the 17th inst. Alexander Falconer, Esq. of a lingering illness occasioned by a stroke of the Paralysis. The deceased was a native of St. Andrews in Scotland, in which college he received a liberal and a classical education. His studies while at school were always rewarded by the approbation of his teachers; and the honorary distinctions, diplomas, etc. now in possession of his family, all bear testimony of the proficiency which he made in his scientific pursuits.
—Raleigh Register, March 27,1818
Fox, Jacob. Mar. 27. Franklin county. R. R. Apr. 6, 1807
(Marriages and Death Notices in Raleigh Register and North Carolina State Gazette 1799-1825. Contributed by Barb. Z.)
MYRTLE A. FULLER
RALEIGH - Myrtle A. Fuller, 95, died Saturday, Nov. 21, 2009, at Blue Ridge Health Care. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday, Nov. 24, at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Raleigh. Interment followed at Brier Creek Memorial Gardens.
She was born in Franklin County to the late Dave and Myrtle Ayscue. She was retired from the N.C. Department of Revenue.
Surviving: daughter, Becky Gentry (Harry) of Raleigh; son, Michael Fuller (Karen) of Windsor; brother, Vernon Ayscue (Juanita) of Lutz, Fla.; four grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Yarborough Fuller, four brothers and one sister.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Tabernacle Baptist Church, in memory of Myrtle.
[The Franklin Times. Submitted by Joyce Roberson]