Andrew J. Foster 1842-1928

Andrew J. Foster

PARENTSSPOUSE (S)
IN-LAWS
LIFE EVENTS
Jared or Jarrett FosterAmanda Chester FosterChester FamilyBleeding Kansas
Dorcus Moseley FosterHannah C. Morgan FosterMorgan FamilyCivil War on the Frontier
2nd Kansas Battery of Light Artillery
SIBLINGSCHILDRENLIFE PLACESDOCUMENTS & PHOTOS
Danis G. Foster
John Foster Jr.
Lucinda J. Foster
Martha E FosterFort Gibson Indian Territory
Sarah Foster
Elizabeth Foster Jones Ady Berman Spencer
Mary Foster Hooper
Francis M. Foster

Records show the battery’s first ever action outside Fort Scott was to march on a road which would have taken him right past the land they had lived on in Jasper Co. Missouri. He later told his grandson Elton that he fought at Honey Springs (Indian Territory – now Oklahoma) and “Newtonie” which turned out to mean the second battle of Newtonia Missouri and several other “frackuses” He told the US board of pension that he was hurt in the service by a bucking horse at Maysville Arkansas and this affected, he claimed, the rest of his working life.

Letter Ewell Foster to his so Melvyn Foster 1964

Letter Ewell Foster to his so Melvyn Foster 1964

Kansas Territorial Census 1875 Montgomery RH

1892 Washington State Census King County AJ Foster

1892 Washington State Census King County AJ Foster

Rev. Brown and congregation 1897

Rev. Brown and congregation North Bend Baptist Church, 1897

Mount Josiah, North Bend WA

Mount Josiah, North Bend WA

 

 

 

 

Andrew J Foster 2 Kans LA

Andrew J Foster 2 Kans LA

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