Mrs. Edward Fuller
(c1585 - 1620/1)
Mayflower passenger 1620
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38th Governor of Illinois
Marjorie Taylor Greene
U.S. House of Representatives
TV and Movie Actor
TV, Movie and Stage Actress
Maj. Gen. Francis C. Barlow
Union Army - U.S. Civil War
Film Special Effects Pioneer
Comedian and Game Show Host
TV and Movie Actress
U.S. Senator from Colorado
8th Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
William Jennings Bryan
41st U.S. Secretary of State
TV and Movie Actor
Musician, Film Composer
19th U.S. Secretary of Transportation
Dr. Hawley H. Crippen
Murderer in Erik Larson's “Thunderstruck”
Inventor of Air Conditioning
Radio and TV Host
4th President of Ireland
Vice-Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway
Founder of the Fuller Brush Co.
Founder of the Mormon Church
Sir Winston Churchill
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
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