John M. Foster

John M. Foster 1788 - 1869

PARENTSSPOUSE (S)
IN-LAWS
LIFE EVENTS
John FosterCatherine Palmer AdairAdair Family
Mary McElfresh FosterJane Pickens FosterPickens Family
SIBLINGSCHILDRENLIFE PLACESDOCUMENTS & PHOTOS
Nancy Foster HamesDelilah Foster HamptonUnion County South Carolina
Jeremiah FosterNancy Abigail Foster McWhirter
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Affidavid of Jane Moseley
Frederick FosterThomas J. Foster1820 U.S. Census Union County South CarolinaProbate of John M. and Jane Foster Estate
Thomas FosterWilliam A. Foster1830 U.S. Census Union County SC
Jared or Jarrett FosterHenry M. Foster1840 U.S. Federal Census Bradley County Tennessee
James P. Foster1850 U.S. Census Union South Carolina
1860 U.S. CensusUnion County South Carolina

There is an entry that 19 Feb 1820, John M Foster, Thomas & Absolom Humphrey cited in court by John Maples, husband of Jemima Mabry with George S Foster as defendant. John Maples must have been trying to get Jemima her inheritance from her father. I did not see the outcome.

From the will of Martha Pickens, widow of James Pickens, who died in 1839: she leaves to James P Foster, her grandson, “$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,(1830-1862),the son of John M and Jane Pickens Foster, and grandson of Martha Pickens was killed atSecond Manassas and buried at Gilead Cemetery, just north of Jonesville in Union Co, SC.

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