Welcome One, Welcome All

This site has been created for family and friends to share memories of our Family Matriarc "Betty" and to continue the Fuller Family History.

Betty's Video Library

Press play to enjoy a non-stop viewing of all video's... OR
Use the little arrow to scroll through video's then click on individual video to play.
Click HERE to go to master video library to view full screen video's.

Betty's Garden

Pls enjoy the video of the walk down to 'Betty's Garden', one of the many lookouts at Echo Point, Katoomba NSW, Australia.
Turn on your speakers and listen to the over powering sound of the waterfall as you first start down the stairs.
Enjoy the sometimes soft whistles and unforgettable calls of the bird life.
Take the time to remember ..

Memories of Grandad Jonas Fuller

What all would You like to know about Grandpa Jo? it was just JO, not JOE. JO is short for Jonas. He was bald at 16. He only had a birthday once every 4 years, born on a leap year. He like to joke and play jokes. He love to go on Holiday and FISH, loved catching his beloved Pan Fish......... Rock Bass, Blue Gills, Perch.... when cleaned, 2 of them fit in a pan just right. He had a wonderful train set in the cellar too, started out with 'O' gauge and then switched over to "HO" Gauge. He was a licensed Electrition and the money he made doing that, Grandma would let him have for his trains and his fishing. I'll work on remembering more. Grandma Jo was Pennsylvania Dutch, German Decent. Rulapough was her Maiden name.

Another neat thing about Grandpa JO. For breakfast, he liked Corn Flakes and Eggs. Poach the eggs, put them in a small bowl and chop them up a bit, but NOT TOO MUCH. Some thought it was a raw egg, it wasn't, it was poached egg, but looked raw. Now, add the Corn Flakes and fill the bowl with milk and add a bit of sugar as YOU like. He also loved Peanut Butter, by the Table Spoon Full.
I sent You how to make Grandpa Jo's poached eggs with Cornflakes. Go ahead and post that too. Some will say the eggs were raw, but they only looked raw, because of the way he poached them, whites would still be a wee bit runny.

By Jim

On This Day....

11th January 2007, this site began.

In 2 years Fullerspond has had the pleasure of.....
9932 site visits, 297 different viewers from 18 different countries including, UK - Denmark - China - Japan - South Africa - Belgium - India - 29 states within USA - 5 states within Australia - Canada - Iraq.....

Fullerspond now contains over.....
50+ Individual Topic Contributions, 400+ photo's, 30+ clips of over 2 hours of video footage, Comprehensive Family Tree Site and much, much more... with so much more to come!

I would personally like to thank each and every one of our family members, relatives and family friends whom have contributed, shared and aided the remembrance of life and love.

Deus vobiscum


We Will Love You Always