Dr. Andrew J. Fuller was born in Paris, Oxford County, September 15, 1822. His parents were Caleb and Hannah
Perkins Fuller. He studied at the Maine Medical School, at the University of New York, and at Jefferson Medical
School in Philadelphia. He graduated from the Maine Medical School in 1841; settled in Searsmont, and in 1847 moved
to Bath. Among his successful major operations have been amputation at the hip joint and resection of the humerus.
He is a member of the Maine Medical Association and its president in 1871. Previous to the war he served seven
years as surgeon of the Second Maine Infantry, and was post surgeon at Bath during the war. He served as president
of the Bath Board of Trade many years, has served one term as trustee of the Maine Insane Hospital, and is one
of the consulting physicians and surgeons of the Maine General Hospital. In July, 1843, he married Miss Harriet,
daughter of George Marston of Bath, and has had three children, one of whom, Mrs. Samuel C. Barker, is living and
has one child, Byron F. Barker, a graduate of Bowdoin in 1893. Doctor Fuller has ever manifested a strong interest
in all matters pertaining to the welfare of his adopted city, standing high in the esteem of all its people. His
conscientious and persevering labors in behalf of Bath shipping interests have attracted world wide attention and
have been of appreciable benefit. Doctor Fuller has had a lifelong membership in the Masonic Order, ranking high
in its offices.
History of Bath and Environs,
Sagadahoc County, Maine.
BY: Parker McCobb Reed
Lakeside Press, Printers
Portland, Maine, 1894
Sagadahoc County, ME
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