Source:Pierce, Frederick Clifton. Foster Genealogy

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Source Foster Fenealogy
Being a Record of the Posterity of Reginald Foster, an Early Inhabitant of Ipswich in New England, Whose Genealogy is Traced Back to Anacher, Great Forrester of Flanders, Who Died in 837 A.D., with Wills, Inventories, Biographical Sketches, Etc.; Also the Record of all Other American Fosters
Author Pierce, Frederick Clifton
Coverage
Surname Allen, Brown, Clark, Davis, Foster, Smith
Subject Family tree
Publication information
Type Book
Publisher The Author
Date issued 1899
Place issued Chicago
Citation
Pierce, Frederick Clifton. Foster Fenealogy: Being a Record of the Posterity of Reginald Foster, an Early Inhabitant of Ipswich in New England, Whose Genealogy is Traced Back to Anacher, Great Forrester of Flanders, Who Died in 837 A.D., with Wills, Inventories, Biographical Sketches, Etc.; Also the Record of all Other American Fosters. (Chicago: The Author, 1899).
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Ancestry.comhttp://search.ancestry.com/iexec/Default.aspx?ht..Paid website
Heritage Quest OnlineOther
Internet Archivehttp://archive.org/details/fostergenealogy03pierFree website

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Information in this genealogy should be treated with caution. See Walter Goodwin Davis' 1941 article in The American Genealogist for a scathing evaluation of Pierce's work.

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FHL film numbers

  • 896884 Item 1