- Colonel Charles A. Fuller graduated at West Point U. S. Military Academy, and
enter the United States Engineering department in 1837, and remained in that
line of work for the most part till his death. He affiliated with the south in
the Civil War and when the "cause was lost," again entered the U. S.
Engineering department. His work extended from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of
Mexico. He performed important work at New Orleans and was complimented by the
government for his efficiency. His last work was in connection with the United
States Fox River Improvement.
"A Brief Sketch of Thomas Fuller", Jesse Franklin Fuller, 1896, p 29.