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Fuller Earle Callaway, Jr. (January 1, 1907 - January 16, 1992) was an American textile manufacturer and philanthropist, son of textile manufacturer, Fuller Earle Callaway (1870-1928) and Ida Jane Cason (1872-1936).
Mr. Callaway served Callaway Mills from 1927 until its purchase by Milliken and Company in 1968 as director, treasurer, president and executive chairman. He was treasurer of Valley Waste Mills, Tuline, Valway Rug Mills, Rockweave, Oakleaf Mills, Unite Cotton Mills, Hillside Cotton Mills, Elm City Cotton Mills, Manchester Cotton Mills, Milstead Manufacturing Company, Calumet Company, Calumet Cotton Mills and was director and treasurer of Wadle Development Company. He served as treasurer, president and board chairman of the Milstead Railroad Company; treasurer, trustee and board chairman of the Textile Benefit Association. He was trustee, president and board chairman of Callaway Institute; trustee and board chairman of Callaway Educational Association; trustee, president, secretary and treasurer of Fuller E. Callaway Foundation; director of Coca-Cola Bottling Co. in Hartford and New Britain, Connecticut; director and treasurer of Fuller E. Callaway Company; Director of LaGrange National Bank and LaGrange Savings Bank; director of Habersham Mills; trustee of Habersham Mills Foundation, Inc.; director, president and board chairman of International Leasing Corporation and director, president and board chairman of International Products and Services, Inc.
Mr. Callaway married on August 6, 1930 Alice Hinman Hand (1912-1998), daughter of Capt. Judson Larrabee Hand (1850-1916), a member of the Georgia General Assembly, and his second wife, Florence Mae Hollis (1877-1969), of Pelham, Mitchell County, Georgia. They were the parents of Fuller Earle Callaway, III (1931-1971) and Ida Cason Callaway (1935-2009).
|Fuller Earle Callaway, Jr.||Fuller Earle Callaway (1870-1928)||Rev. Abner Reeves Callaway (1832-1893)||Rev. Enoch Callaway (1792-1859)|
|Martha Reeves (1796-1879)|
|Sarah Jane Howard (1835-1878)||Robert Groves Howard (1798-1855)|
|Mary Brooks Glenn (1810-1840)|
|Ida Jane Cason (1872-1936)||Alexander Toombs Cason (1845-1918)||Adam Cason (1811-1888)|
|Jane Blackstone Montgomery (1814-1858)|
|Olivia Pratt Jewell (1849-1921)||Daniel Ashley Jewell (1822-1896)|
|Mary Ann Martin Shea (1827-1895)|