Jeremiah Foster (Son of John)

Died: 1815 Fort Pleasant, Haddrells Point South Carolina

Jeremiah Foster d. 1815

John FosterPatsey Unknown FosterUnknown familyWar of 1812 in South Carolina
Mary McElfresh Foster
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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