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A Dubach man called Cotton

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Somebody once said that there were so many Colvins living in my hometown of Dubach that if you met a stranger on the sidewalk and greeted him by saying, “Hello, Mr. Colvin,” you had an 87 percent chance of being right. And if he frowned at you, you could correct your mistake by saying, “Excuse me, Mr. Fuller.”

One such Fuller in Dubach is Mr. James Egan “Cotton” Fuller. He was given that nickname as a young child because his white hair looked just like cotton. Ironically, now well into his 90’s, his wavy white hair color still lives up to that moniker.

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