Mary Sierer Fuller

FullerMaymeWhiteHouse.jpg (27253 bytes)The Evening Star, Winchester Virginia, Thursday, January 23, 1913
Miss Fuller Now a Bride

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuller announced this morning the marriage of their daughter, miss Mayme Fuller, to Mr. John A.R. Rosenberger, formerly of this city, but now of Martinsburg, W. Virginia, which took place at 430 o'clock on Wednesday afternoon in Hagerstown, Maryland.

The ceremony was performed by the pastor of the United Brethren Church of that city at the home of the bride's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Chris. W. Fuller, and was witnessed by a small gathering of relatives and intimate friends.

The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fuller, who now occupy the 'Spring Gardens' property, formerly the old Steele and Smith homeplace, on Amherst street, and is a young lady of many graces and charms.

Mr. Rosenberger is manager of the Central Opera House at Martinsburg for Mr. Fred. H. Hable, and he and his bride will make their future home in Martinsburg.

Mrs. Rosenberger improved

Mrs. John A.R. Rosenberger, who has been seriously ill of pneumonia at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fuller, on the North western grade, was reported by members of the family to be improved today. Her condition was regarded as critical a few days ago, but she appears to have passed the crisis of the disease. Mrs. Rosenberger was formerly Miss Mamie Fuller.

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United Methodist Church - Winchester, VA Ginny, Hennie, Mayme, and Emilie  121 Peyton St.
Winchester, VA.

Evening Star - Saturday, August 30, 1959
Deaths and Funerals

Mrs. J.A. Rosenberger

Mrs. Mary Fuller Rosenberger of 121 Peyton St. widow of John A. Rosenberger, Died late last night at the Maplewood Nursing Home where she had been a patient for the past month.

She was born in Chambersburg Pennsylvania April 18, 1881, a daughter of the late Charles and Virginia Sierer Fuller. Mrs. Rosenberger had lived in this city since 1890. She was a member of the Market Street Methodist Church.

Survivors include 3 daughters. Miss Mary Virginia Rosenberger of this city, Mrs. Arthur F. Dralle of Agana, Guam and Mrs. Gus H. Grisard of Annandale, One sister, Miss Henrietta H. Fuller of this city; one brother, Lindsie Fuller of Hagerstown, Maryland. and six grandchildren.

The funeral will be conducted Monday at 3 p.m. at the Kurtz Funeral Home, 21 S. Loudoun St. by the Rev. Charles J. Bright, Pastor of the Market Street Methodist Church, assisted by the Rev. J.C. Dugger.

Burial will be in Mt. Hebron Cemetery.

Winchester Evening Star, Winchester, Va., Thursday, June 18, 1942
City and County Brevities

Another United States flag with an interesting history, now owned by Elizabeth Kern who resides on Amherst Street, was unfurled last Sunday which was Flag Day. Measuring eight by 14 feet, it was greatly admired by many persons, particularly tourists who stopped to inquire of its history. Mrs. Kern said the flag was purchased by the late Charles Fuller, then foreman of the Cumberland Valley roundhouse at this place at the beginning of the Spanish-American war and was first raised on a pole over the engine house by Mr. Fuller's daughter, Mrs. Mary Rosenberger, who resides on Peyton street. The flag was flown over the engine house until it was torn down. Last Sunday it was attached to an improvised pole. Mrs. Kern's two grandsons, Leo and Joe Campbell, sons of Col. Joseph E. Campbell, Medical Corps, U.S. Army now at Sherman, Texas, expect to erect a permanent flag pole in the near future and the banner will be flown each day.

      

GrisardsWedding.jpg (13477 bytes)My Uncle Gus Henry Grisard married my mother's younger sister Emily Fuller Rosenberger in 1946. He was a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army. He was assigned as a Signal Officer to the Signal Corp. He died of a heart condition in 1969 about one year before his son John Robert Grisard was killed in action in Vietnam. At one time, he was stationed with the 2nd Infantry division at Fort Benning, GA. He has also been stationed in Washington D.C., Hawaii, Taiwan, Italy, and Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. Gus is buried in Arlington Cemetery, Grave 24399, Section 17, Washington D.C.

My Aunt Emily Fuller Rosenberger was born June 12th, 1920 in Winchester, Virginia. She married Gus Henry Grisard in 1946. She was a registered Nurse in the United States Army. It was in the Army where she met her husband Gus. She gave birth to 4 sons; John Robert, Richard Henry, James Walter, and Thomas Emit. Emily lives in Springlake Heights, New Jersey.

My cousin Thomas Emit Grisard was born in 1959 on the island of Taiwan about a month or two after my sister Susan was born. Tom has never married nor does he have any children.

My cousin James Walter Grisard was born in 1950. His first marriage was to Linda Buck with whom he had two children; Danielle and Alysse. Jim served in the United States Marine Corps during the Vietnam conflict and later became involved in the Television Cable business. Jim's second marriage was to Kate and they have a son, Jim Jr. Jim and his family live in New Jersey.

My cousin Richard Henry Grisard was born in 1948. His first marriage was to Kay Marie King in San Diego, California. His second marriage was to Katie and they live in Utah. Richard has no children.

My cousin John Robert Grisard was born March 25th, 1947 in Washington D.C. He married Helen King and had one son, John D. Grisard. John belonged to 'C Troop 7/17th Air Cavalry' during his tour of Vietnam. He was killed November 19th, 1970 in a helicopter. His aircraft was type OH-6A and his tail number 67-16335. His rank was CW2, his duty, P. John Grisard, KIA, is on Panel 06W, line #070 of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C. John is buried in Arlington Cemetery and I believe it is in the same section as his father's grave.

           

Grisard, John in uniform.jpg (10676 bytes)The Daily Register, Red Bank-Middletown, NJ., Monday, November 30, 1970

Long Branch Pilot Killed in Vietnam

Long Branch - C.W.O. John R. Grisard, 23, of 28 Patten Lane died near An Khe, South Vietnam, Nov. 19 when a helicopter he was operating was shot down by enemy action.

The young pilot had written a letter to his mother, Mrs. Emily Grisard, who received it last Monday, the day before she was notified of her son's death.

C.W.O. Grisard was born in Washington D.C., the son of the late Lt. Col. Gus Grisard, formerly of Ft. Monmouth, and Mrs. Grisard, a nurse at Patterson Army Hospital.

On Second Tour

The soldier was serving his second Vietnam tour of duty. He was a graduate of Monmouth Regional High School, where he played football, and attended the University of Tennessee on a track scholarship for middle distance running.

He joined the Army in 1966 and attended pilot training programs at Ft. Walters, Texas, and Ft. Rucker, Ala.

Second From City

C.W.O. Grisard was the second city soldier to die in Vietnamese action. Pvt. Jerry Morgan was killed in action near Saigon in April, 1969.

The young soldier is survived by his widow, Mrs. Helen Grisard and a son, John D. Grisard, Jr.

Also surviving are three brothers, Pvt. James Grisard, USMC, San Diego, Calif., Thomas Grisard, Fork Union Military Academy, Virginia, and Richard Grisard, attending the University of Colorado.

A military funeral will be held tomorrow at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington Va.

1970 Scouts - Standing L to R - Mal Doremus, Raymond Colles, John Grisard, John Nelson, Greg Hengles, Pres McGee, Harold Drummond Kneeling - Skip Poole, Stan Struble, Rich Curtis
Grisard and Struble were KIA 11-19-70

Loss Date 11/19/70 Panel 06W
John Grisard

Line # 070 CW2 John Robert Grisard P C/7/17 CAV OH-6A 67-16335