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063    FOSTER FAMILY (Madison Rd)

      Location - off Highway 601North on Madison Road.

      Coordinates: 35d 54m 53.2s N; 80d 35m 25.6s W Click here for Google maps

      Go past 3 houses on left, in field of hedgerow, follow to edge of woods. No access road.

      Survey by Davie County Historical and Genealogical Society.

  1. Foster, Albert   (b. 1 Mar 1877 - d. 8 May 1877)
      • Son of J. M. and J. E. Foster. "And forbid when for of such is the Kingdom of heaven."
  2. Foster, Albert   (b. 2 Feb 1848 - d. 13 Oct 1915)
      • At rest.
  3. Foster, Berry   (b. 4 Aug 1810 - d. 7 Feb 1884)
      • Aged 73 years, 6 months.
  4. Foster, Dude   (b. 2 Mar 1871 - d. 12 Nov 1873)
      • Infant Son of J. M. and J. E. Foster. "Surrender little ones to come unto Me."
  5. Foster, Jonah   (b. Unknown - d. 17 May 1853)
      • Aged 75 years
  6. Foster, Mary   (b. 18 Mar 1814 - d. 13 May 1897)
      • Wife of Berry Foster . Aged 83 years, l month, 25 days. "On earth she bore the cross, In heaven she wears a crown"
  7. Foster, Samuel G. (C.)   (b. Unknown - d. 17 Dec 1870)
      • Aged 34 years
  8. Foster, Sarah Elizabeth   (b. Unknown - d. 7 Aug 1844)
      • Daughter of Berry and F. Mary Foster . Aged 4 years, 8 months.

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