Today, you get the last will and testament of Joseph Scott Fullerton, Union general during the Civil War and a member of the antebellum Cyclone Club.
Walter Stevens, in St. Louis: History of the Fourth City, had some very kind things to say about Fullerton:
The memory of such a man as Joseph Scott Fullerton can never die while live monuments remain upon which was imprinted the touch of his noble soul. Duty and honor were his watchwords, and justice one of his strong characteristics. No trust reposed in him was ever betrayed in the slightest degree, nor was he ever known to sacrifice a public interest to the furtherance of his own gains...his memory is enshrined in the hearts of all who knew him and remains a blessed benediction to those who were his associates while he was still an active factor in the affairs of the world.