The Encyclopedia Americana (1920)/Fuller, Arthur Buckminster
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FULLER, Arthur Buckminster, American Unitarian clergyman: b. Cambridgeport, Mass., 1822; d. at the battle of Fredericksburg, Va., 13 Dec. 1862. He was graduated from Harvard in 1843, studied in the Harvard Divinity School, and held pastorates in Manchester, N. H., and Boston and Watertown, Mass. In the Civil War he was chaplain to a Massachusetts regiment. He edited several works of his sister, Sarah Margaret Fuller (q.v.). Consult Fuller, R. F., ‘Chaplain Fuller’ (Boston 1863) and Higginson (in ‘Harvard Memorial Biographies,’ Vol. I, Cambridge, Mass., 1866).