Foster. Born ca. 1651-1660 in
Biographical details: Early
Virginia planter and owner of plantation in
Sources: Essex County, Virginia Records, Book of Deeds and Wills, Book 14k, (1715-1718), Will of Robert Foster, dated January 6, 1715/16, p. 480; Beverly Fleet, comp., Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Vol. IX, Essex County—Wills and Deeds 1714-1717, (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1961), p. 54; John Bailey Calvert Nicklin, Essex County: An Annotated Copy of the Rent Roll of 1704, The William and Mary Quarterly, 2nd Ser., Vol. 21, No. 4 (Oct., 1941), pp. 397-405; Thomas Jefferson Wertenbaker, The Planters of Colonial Virginia,(Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1922), p. 50.
Anthony Foster I, Gentleman Born
ca. 1693 – 1698 in
Anthony Foster II.
Born March 13, 1740 in
Provided support to Culpepper Minute Battalion
in 1775. Served during the defense of
Sources: Logan County, Kentucky Records, Book B, (1795-1822), Will of Anthony Foster II probated January 20, 1817, p. 18; Long-Foster Cemetery, (Logan County, Kentucky) tombstone inscription, Anthony Foster, died November 3, 1816; Zollicoffer-Bond, Octavia, “The Foster Family,” The Nashville American, November 14, 1909.
John C. Foster.
Born ca. 1766 in
Sources: 1810 U.S. census, population schedule, Nelson County, Kentucky, John Foster household; Will of Anthony Foster II; Foster v. Foster, Logan County, Kentucky Records, Abstract of Wills and Settlements, (1838-1856), Equity Box 60, November 11, 1844, Case Number 1497.
Born ca. 1796 in Nelson County, Kentucky.
Married Emily (Jane) Mahan on March 13, 1820 in
Early settler in
1820 U.S. Census, population schedule,
6. Elder Anthony Foster
Born ca. 1830 in
Biographical Details: Leading
clergyman and church organizer in northeast
1850 U.S. Census, population schedule, District
7. Elder David Kirby Foster.
Born October 31, 1882 in Pitman,
Leading clergyman and community leader in
David K. Foster, death certificate, Iron County
8. Wayman L. Foster, Born 1906 and died in 1982
9. Ben Foster