Person:Renald Foster (2)

Renald Foster
b.Est 1628
m. 28 Sep 1619
  1. Sarah Foster1620 - Aft 1681
  2. Abraham FosterEst 1622 - 1710/11
  3. Mary FosterEst 1624 - 1705
  4. Renald FosterEst 1628 - Bef 1708
  5. Isaac FosterCal 1630 - 1691/92
  6. William Foster1633 - 1713
  7. Deacon Jacob FosterAbt 1635 - 1710
  • HRenald FosterEst 1628 - Bef 1708
  • WElizabeth DaneEst 1632 - Aft 1704
m. Est 1652
Facts and Events
Name[1] Renald Foster
Gender Male
Birth[1] Est 1628
Marriage Est 1652 Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (probably)to Elizabeth Dane
Will[1] 11 Jul 1704
Death[1] Bef 10 Jan 1708 Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States (probably)Between date of will and date of probate
Probate[1] 10 Jan 1708 Will proved.
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Foster, of Ipswich, in Davis, Walter Goodwin, Compiler, and Introduction by Gary Boyd Roberts. Massachusetts and Maine Families in the Ancestry of Walter Goodwin Davis (1885-1966): A Reprinting, in Alphabetical Order by Surname, of the Sixteen Multi-Ancestor Compendia (plus Thomas Haley of Winter Harbor and His Descendants). (Baltimore, Maryland, United States: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1996)

    Renald (Foster), b. about 1628 (aged "about 40" in 1676 but probably closer to 50); m. Elizabeth Dane; d. in 1707 or 1708. His will, made July 11,1704, and proved Jan. 10, 1708, left to his wife Elizabeth the parlour of his house, what use of the cellar she needed, half the orchard, the keeping of a cow and two sheep, firewood "to be fetched home and cutt fit for ye fire," "a horse and one to ride before her to carry her to meeting and this my son Nathaniel Foster shall do." His sons Isaac and John to pay their mother 45s. apiece yearly and "if she desires to remove to Billerica they shall carry what was brought to Andover." To son Isaac, the house he has lived in since he married and various acreages of pasture and meadow. To son John, the house he lives in, the orchard, part of the corn field next Mr. Wade's mill, and meadow, pasture and marsh. To son Nathaniel, "my now dwelling house," half the orchard and barn, etc. To eldest daughter Elizabeth, £10. To daughter Judith, £10 and my bed, bedstead, bolster, two pillows, curtains and coverlet belonging to it. To daughter Eleanor, £8. Executors: son John, wife and son Nathaniel. Witnesses: Joseph Eveleth, Nathaniel Rust, Sr., Umphrey Clark.