Andrew D. Fulmer
1816 - 1862
KIA - 2nd Battle of Bull Run
Son of John and Catherine Fulmer
Captain Harry Bumm Price
Captain Price was killed when an explosion tore through the police launch he and other officers were in on the Delaware River. Captain Price, commander of the Harbor Patrol, was severely burned and his right leg crushed. He died at St. Mary's Hospital. Seven other officers, including Police Superintendent William B. Mills were injured.
Policeman George A. Jackson
Policeman Jackson was killed when he was struck
in the head by a cobble stone thrown by two men at the intersection of York Street and Beach Street. Both men were tried and
acquitted of his murder.
Master’s Mate Henry Moser
1816 - 1872
United States Navy
Assigned to the Navy's first submarine U.S.S. ALLIGATOR which was commanded by his brother-in-law, Master Samuel Eakins, U.S. Navy.
1954 - 2003
Editor, Star Newspapers
Debbie was the editor of the Star newspapers, a group of papers serving the neighborhoods of Fishtown, Port Richmond, Juniata, and Center City in Philadelphia, PA. She was a freelance writer for the newspaper for a time before becoming its editor.
She was a very active citizen of the Fishtown section of the city. She was involved in the Police Athletic League, founded the Fishtown Neighbors Association, and was a member of the Fishtown Athletic Club Alumni. She also started the Celebrate Fishtown! observance in 1997.