Lewis Everett FULLER was born 10 November 1882 in California, USA. He married Olive Avery KNIBBS 21 August 1937 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA. He died 13 July 1959 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA. Olive Avery KNIBBS, daughter of George KNIBBS and Sarah Augusta WOODRUFF , was born 10 January 1883 in Welland, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. She died 28 October 1971 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA.

Marriage Notes for Lewis Everett FULLER\Olive Avery KNIBBS:

See Lewis and Olive's Marriage Licence.

Other Marriages/Unions for Olive Avery KNIBBS:
See Herbert Forsythe MCLAUGHLIN & Olive Avery KNIBBS

Notes for Lewis Everett FULLER:

In 1900, Lewis was living with his parents at Township 2 San Mateo city, San Mateo, California:
L H Fuller Head Mar 67 Clerk Maine
M E Fuller Wife Mar 50 Housekeeper Maine
Marion Fuller Daur UnM 21 California Teacher
L E Fuller Son 16 At School California

In 1910, he was living at the same locatiopn:
Mary E Fuller Head 65 Maine
Marion Fuller Daur 31 California
Everett Fuller Son 27 California

See Lewis' Military Registration Card for WWI.


In 1930, we see Lewis living at Glendale, Los Angeles, California. He was identified as Unmarried.

See Lewis' Military Registration Card for WWII.


In 1940, we see him living at Councilmanic District 10, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Township, Los Angeles, California:
Louis E Fuller Head Mar 56 Solicitor California
Olive H Fuller Wife Mar 56 Canada English

Our gratitude goes to the members and volunteers at Find A Grave web site for recording the details, in memory of Lewis.

Sources for Lewis Everett FULLER:

  1. Marriage Certificate,
  2. Military Attestation Paper,
  3. 1940 US Federal Census,

Notes for Olive Avery KNIBBS:

I have a note that tells me that they had a second child, but haven't been able to confirm it as yet:
Charles 28 Apr 1912

From the Los Angeles Herald, January 18, 1905:
Lakeview Dramatics
"Bessie Blossom's Visit to the Country," a skit, was presented before the guests of the Lakeview hotel Saturday evening. It was written by Walter R. Gage, a nephew of Proprietor A. F. Robbins. Those who appeared in the presentation of the piece were Willie Bradshaw, Miss Margaret Loomis, Miss Margery Thompson, Houston Walsh, Gordon Roberts, Miss Charlotte Wadsworth, Henry Bollman, Clarence Bruns, Miss Margaret Erickson and Frank Williams. Among others who participated in the entertainment were Harry F. Morton, Mrs. A. A. Rail and Miss Olive A. Knibbs.


From the Los Angeles Herald, 8 December 1907:
For Miss Knibbs
Mrs. Gerald A. Rule was hostess Tuesday at one ot the pleasantest of the week's informal affairs, entertaining in her home on West Avenue Fifty-six at bridge, in compliment to Miss Olive Knibbs of Buffalo, who, with her mother, Is at the Lakeview for the winter. Miss Knibbs Is a charming girl who has made many friends during several winters passed In Southern California.
Beside the guest of honor Mrs. Rule entertained Mrs. Frank K. Rule, Mrs. Allan Widenham, Misss Doris Davidson, Miss Viola Curtiss, Miss Lillian Moore, Miss Helen Macleish.


There's a record of Olive having crossed from Canada into the US on 18 Apr 1924. Her age was given as 39 and birth place, Niagara Falls, Ontario. Her husband was identified simply as H F McLaughlin.
Her contact on arrival was a cousin named E Field.

Our gratitude goes to the members and volunteers at Find A Grave web site for recording the details, in memory of Olive.

Sources for Olive Avery KNIBBS:

  1. Stanford University Archives, California http://www.oac.cdlib.org/,
  2. Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1907,
  3. LDS IGI Records,
  4. Headstone,