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more about our Foster family?

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* Click on the state name to research your Foster Family
* Click here for the State of California
* Coming soon - Oregon, Utah, New Mexico Territory

  Foster Lineages State Coordinators   US Research Training
Research Foster State coordinators have assisted in authoring these State Web pages to assist you in identifying your Foster family found on Early Tax Lists, Census, Marriage, Wills & Land Records along with Resources for your continual research.  We invite others not of our Foster DNA Group 7 members to come help us research this Foster Family puzzle.  If we all share what each of us knows about our families Foster research we will come to learn how we connect into our larger Foster family originating in England.  Some of us will find that connection by Christmas this year, 2008. 
Training will be given to State coordinators in Research skills to assist you in your research.

Excite your family members to return to our research Foster website often as it changes daily.

To volunteer as a state coordinator contact Gary Foster by e-mail.
Needed soon... volunteer Foster research State coordinator's for Georgia, Arkansas, Texas, California, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont & Maine.

Follow the "research process" ... learn from those who know ...  Then apply it to your family tree

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