Charles H. Fulmer, S.J. (1833-1880) was born on January 23, 1833 in Washington, DC. In 1844, he entered Georegtown College as a student focusing on the study of the classics. On August 10, 1847, Fulmer joined the Jesuit noviiate at Frederick, Maryland, where he studied rhetoric and philosophy. Subsequently, he taught at Georgetown College and later in Philadelphia. In 1861, Fulmer was ordained. He was assinged in 1878 to St. Mary's Church in Boston, where he died in 1880.
[Source: "Woodstock Letters" volume 19, page 116].