Foster's of North Liberty, Plain Grove, Slippery Rock

Submitted by lfoster on Sun, 04/17/2011 - 13:05

Many of my ascendants are buried in The North Liberty Cemetery including my Paternal Grandparents. Am seeking info about other Fosters as well. Family was in Mercer County since the Revolutionary War. Other members of family are buried in The old Wolf Creek Meeting House cemetery Slippery Rock, Butler County, which goes by another name now. Research is difficult as they lived in the bottommost triangular section of Mercer county. My dad often tells the story that you could stand in three counties (Mercer, Lawrence and Butler) at the same time while standing on their farm. Also seeking Info regarding The Wolf Creek Rangers.

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Hugh Foster family tree

Submitted by michdirt on Mon, 04/25/2011 - 04:13.

My husband family is related to hugh foster.
my mother in law just returned from utah with info on our famiy tree. Would be willing to share info.

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