Looking for Info on Foster Family Middleville

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Looking for Info on Foster Family Middleville

 

geneology

 

Phil Foster emailed the LCGS yesterday and hoping someone could help him.

Hi,

I was wondering if there was any info on the Foster’s of Lanark/ Middleville/ Tatlock/ Drummond? I know some still live in Middleville. John and Catherine are buried at St.Pauls Anglican, but last time I was there their marker was gone …any info or pics of family would be pretty cool.

They came to Lanark in around 1819 and settled on Lot 12 Concession 7 or the other way around. John’s and Catherine where the Patriarch and Matriarch or the family…this may help.

Thanks again

genea

I found this on ancestry.ca

 

Name: John Foster
[John Morris Foster]
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Race or Tribe: Irish
Age: 40
Birth Date: Sep 1880
Birth Place: Ontario
Census Year: 1911
Relation to Head of House: Head
Province: Ontario
District: Lanark South
District Number: 90
Sub-District: 4 – Bathurst
Sub-District Number: 4
Place of Habitation: Bathurst

 

 

NAME: Catherine Foster
GENDER: Female
MARITAL STATUS: Married
RACE OR TRIBE: Scotch
AGE: 32
BIRTH DATE: 02/1877
BIRTH PLACE: Ontario
CENSUS YEAR: 1911
RELATION TO HEAD OF HOUSE: Wife
PROVINCE: Ontario
DISTRICT: Lanark South
DISTRICT NUMBER: 90
SUB-DISTRICT: 4 – Bathurst
SUB-DISTRICT NUMBER: 4


HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS:
Name Age
John Foster 40
Catherine Foster 32
Florence Foster 15
Wilbert Foster 13
Ethel Foster 11
John Foster 4
Ruby Foster 3
Matilda Foster 2
Elizabeth Foster
Walter Foster 10/12

That’s all I got– can anyone add to this?

 

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