Foster

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REBECCA GINGERICH REBECCA GINGERICH
February 19 @ 1:22pm
This is my great grandmother, Emagene Forrester. If anyone has any information on this line, it would be greatly appreciated! Colvin is her late husbands last name, her first husband was Hendricks. She went by a few different names, Emegene, we believe is her birth name.
James Foster James Foster
February 1 @ 4:27pm
Malcolm Leverage Foster (b 1912), son of Jasper Ward and Edna (Neff) Foster, riding his bike in top hat and tails for parades in western NY and PA. Malcolm and Jennie (Baird) had eight children.
Robert Foster Robert Foster
January 28 @ 3:16am
This is my 2nd great grandfather William Smith Foster. It is the only picture we have of him. Birth 06 SEP 1816 • Pinckneyville, Union county, South Carolina Death 14 JUN 1896 • Jonesville, Union county , South Carolina Although he was born and died in South Carolina he spent many years in Cherokee county Georgia. A few years ago his grand daughter took a DNA test at Ancestry. Her father John was born in 1855 and when he was 69 years old in 1925 his daughter Annie Foster was born. Her autosomal DNA is the furthest back of any Foster in our family. Her GEDmatch kit number is A664184
Jack Foster Jack Foster
January 23 @ 9:01am
Two old photos of my maternal grandmother, Julia Foster (b.1891, Arkansas), On right, with husband Jack/John Allington, and on left the baby is my mother. Julia's ancestors arrived in the Virginia Colonies in the mid-1600s, migrated to Kentucky in the late 1700s, then to Tennessee, and Arkansas before the Civil War.
Jack Foster
January 23 @ 9:02am
I am not Jack Foster. Jack is a cousin who has helped my research by participating in the DNA program. My name is Marcel Gutierrez.
Everett Foster
January 25 @ 12:15am
Love these pictures!
Ronald Foster Ronald Foster
July 23 @ 3:12pm
William S and Mary (Drapeau) Foster family. My great grandparents. Standing in the middle is my Grandfather Albert Foster.
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Craig Forster
July 30 @ 1:49pm
Ronald where do your Foster's come from?
Alexander Forster
August 3 @ 1:14am
Hi Craig, My husband came from a small coal mining village north of Newcastle upon Tyne. I have traced his Forster ancestors back to 1720 in Tanfield, Co Durham but there are no earlier records. He had Ronald (Scotland) and Ward (Norfolk) ancestors as well and a Swords from Kent/London.
Ronald Foster
August 17 @ 10:07am
Craig Forster, the farthest I have been able to track my family back to is 1860 Sanilac Michigan, where he enlisted in the Union Army, 10th Michigan Volunteers, company D. On his enlistment papers he indicates he was born in Sanilac, but not sure if that is true. He is not sure about his birthday and doesn't know anything about his parents. DNA match indicates we are decedents of Reginald Foster who was the first Foster to land in Massachusetts.
Craig Forster
August 23 @ 1:31pm
Alexander Forster, I too have relatives that trace back to Tanfield, Co Durham in the same time period.
Karen Foster Karen Foster
August 6 @ 2:25pm
My Grandpa Earl Foster& his brother Gene Foster in uniform. My dad is little boy far right Dwayne Foster.
Susan Bellefeuille Susan Bellefeuille
July 21 @ 2:37pm
Find attached a photo of my Great Grandparents. Edwards Daughter Annie Maude Foster b-1882 and d-1966. She married Charles William Jackman
Susan Bellefeuille Susan Bellefeuille
July 21 @ 2:35pm
Find attached my Great Grandfather Edward Meade Foster 1859, I believe he was born in Greenwich, England.
Karen Foster Karen Foster
May 22 @ 1:14pm
Me and my Dad Dwayne Foster. We Never had thw pleasure of knowing each other, i only found out he was my father 15 yrs ago. Through the help of a P.I. i l learned some things about him & have become close to his Nephew Scott Johnson my 1st cousin, he gave me pictures of my dad. Finally to see what he looked like was very exciting. We resemble each other. We took the FTDNA Autosomal test. My Dad died at 65 in 2001. I Hope to learn more about his side.