Jeremiah Foster (Son of John)

Born:
Died: 1815 Fort Pleasant, Haddrells Point South Carolina

Jeremiah Foster d. 1815

PARENTSSPOUSE (S)
IN-LAWS
LIFE EVENTS
John FosterPatsey Unknown FosterUnknown familyWar of 1812 in South Carolina
Mary McElfresh Foster
SIBLINGSCHILDRENLIFE PLACESDOCUMENTS & PHOTOS
Nancy Foster HamesDaughter1 unknown Birthplace UnknownMeans' 1st SC Militia
Thomas FosterDaughter 2 unknownGrindal Shoals Union County SC1815 Estate of Jeremiah Foster
Frederick FosterSon 1 unknown1810 Federal Census Union County South Carolina
John M. FosterSon 2 unknownHaddrell's Point, South Carolina
Jared or Jarrett Foster

Jeremiah Foster, who died as a young man in 1815, while in service Wat of 1812 leaving behind wife Patsey, and unnamed children. There was no will; only estate sale papers. In the 1810 census, there were 2 boys under 10 and 2 girls under 10. By the time of the estate sale, there were only 2 children. Patsey Foster, the widow, is living next to John M Foster in the 1820 census. She bought land in 1838. n, “$100 and plantation of land on the Sandy Run for use of my daughter Jane Foster wife of John M Foster,” then the rest to be divided among her daughter’s children:
Delila Hampton, wife of Samuel Hampton
Mary McWhirter, wife of Charles McWhirter,
Thomas Foster, Nancy Foster, William Foster, Henry Foster, Jane Foster, Susan Foster and James P. Foster.

Henry Foster,(1830-1863),the son of John M and Jane Pickens Foster, and grandson of Martha Pickens is buried at Gilead Cemetery, just north of Jonesville in Union Co, SC.

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