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Fullerton, Alexander

(1841-1913). A prominent theosophical worker and former General Secretary of the Theosophical Society (TS) in America. He was born in Philadelphia on September 12, 1841, and graduated from Princeton University with B.A. in 1864. He served as a priest in the Episcopalian church for ten years and was admitted to the Bar in 1877.

Fullerton served as Assistant General Secretary for the American Section of the Theosophical Society in 1888 and as Secretary/Treasurer until 1895. He was appointed General Secretary of the American Section (pro. tem.) following the JUDGE secession, by the then President Annie BESANT and served in that capacity until 1907. He died on July 21, 1913.

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