Jonathan Foster

     Jonathan Foster married Hannah Ruby, daughter of William Henry Ruby and Ann Jeffery, on 3 January 1857 in St George, Plymouth, East Stonehouse, Devon.

Leslie Clift Foster

(23 August 1892 - 22 or 23 Sep 1965)
     Leslie Clift Foster was born on 23 August 1892 in Maitland, New South Wales.
     Leslie Clift Foster served in the military in Gallipoli, Turkey.
     Leslie Clift Foster married Lydia Mary Bowker, daughter of Edward Ballard Bowker and Laura Lillian Shelley, on 6 April 1940 in St Andrew's Church of England, Wahroonga, New South Wales. Leslie was a surveyor and farmer, Maitland, New South Wales.
     Leslie died 22 or 23 Sep 1965 in Pymble, New South Wales.

Child of Leslie Clift Foster and Lydia Mary Bowker

Louisa Dorothy Foster

( - 12 February 1882)
     Louisa Dorothy Foster was the daughter of John Thomas Foster and Sophia Elizabeth Ball.
     Louisa died on 12 February 1882. She was a children's nurse -Bodenham Road Hereford. Joan was able to track her through the various census's to Croydon, Sussex and Hereford.

Mary Foster

(circa 1805 - )
     Mary Foster was born circa 1805.
     Mary Foster married Edward Bland, son of Edward Bland (of Sudbury) and Susan Unknown, on 9 June 1825 in St Gregory's, Sudbury, Suffolk.

Child of Mary Foster and Edward Bland

Mary A Foster

(circa 1864 - )
     Mary A Foster was born circa 1864 in Bristol, Gloucestershire. She was the daughter of Hannah Ruby. Mary A Foster was listed as Hannah Ruby's daughter in the 1881 census.

Mary Ann Foster

     Mary Ann Foster married George Thomas Dempster, son of George Dempster and Elizabeth Edwards, on 1 September 1810 in St George in the East, London, Tower Hamlets. Faculty Office marriage licence dated 28 Aug 1810..

Mary Anne Foster

(18 February 1875 - 17 December 1943)
     Mary Anne Foster was born on 18 February 1875 in Kingston, Dubliin, Ireland. She was the daughter of Robert Foster and Jane Swords.
     Mary Anne Foster married William Roberts, son of James Roberts and Harriet Elizabeth Handy, in 1894. She was a Catholic, so they moved to England and had 13 children.
     Mary died on 17 December 1943 in Erith, Kent, England, aged 68. She was bureied on 23 Dec.

Mary Frances Foster

(circa 1897 - 1958)
     Mary Frances Foster was born circa 1897.
     Mary Frances Foster married Frederick Norton Grimwade, son of Edward Norton Grimwade and Phelia Agnes Maude Whittingham, in 1919 in Victoria.
     Mary died in 1958 in Ocean Grove, Victoria.

Children of Mary Frances Foster and Frederick Norton Grimwade

Rosalinde Ella Foster

(14 April 1941 - 14 November 1946)
     Rosalinde Ella Foster was commonly known as Rozzie. She was born on 14 April 1941 in Maitland, New South Wales. She was possibly born on the 17th. She was the daughter of Leslie Clift Foster and Lydia Mary Bowker.
     Rosalinde died from complications of measles on 14 November 1946 in the Hospital, Maitland, New South Wales, aged 5.

William Foster

(circa 1790? - )
     William Foster was born circa 1790? In Walton, Northamptonshire.
     William Foster married Louisa Bowker, daughter of James Bowker and Anne Lowe, on 15 October 1821 in Witton, Huntingdonshire.

William Thomas Foster

(25 March 1910 - 12 May 1966)
     William Thomas Foster was born on 25 March 1910 in Sale, Victoria.
     William died on 12 May 1966 in Sale, Victoria, aged 56.

Pamela Mary Foster-Carter

(9 February 1918 - 14 April 1967)
     Pamela Mary Foster-Carter was born on 9 February 1918. She was the daughter of George Foster Carter and Dorothea Chavasse.
     Pamela died on 14 April 1967 in York, aged 49. On April 14 1867, suddenly at York, Pamela Mary, daughter of the late Rev George Foster-Carter, and beloved sister of Aylmer, Lois, and Felicity. Cremation private.

William James Saidi Foster-Carter

(8 November 1972 - 20 March 1992)
     William James Saidi Foster-Carter was born on 8 November 1972 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
     William died on 20 March 1992 in Bradford, Yorkshire, England, aged 19.

Anne Sarah Fouace

(say 1770 - )
     Anne Sarah Fouace was born say 1770 in Ireland. She was the daughter of Thomas Fouace and Sarah Unknown.
     Anne Sarah Fouace married Richard Somers.

Child of Anne Sarah Fouace and Richard Somers

Catherine Fouace

     Catherine Fouace was born in Ireland. She was the daughter of Thomas Fouace and Sarah Unknown.

Charles Fouace

(before 1763 - )
     Charles Fouace was born before 1763. He was the son of Stephen Fouace and Ann Handy.
     Charles Fouace was mentioned in the will of Samuel Handy dated 1 July 1779. He was described as nephew of same.

Charles Fouace

     Charles Fouace was born in Ireland. He was the son of Thomas Fouace and Sarah Unknown.

Frederick Fouace

(before 1739 - before 1763)
     Frederick Fouace was born before 1739. He was mentioned in the will of his grandfather in 1740, but not mentioned in his uncle John's will of 1763, nor aunt Hannah's will of 1764.. He was the son of Stephen Fouace and Ann Handy.
     Frederick Fouace was mentioned in the will of Samuel Handy dated 3 March 1740.
     Frederick died before 1763.

Lydia Fouace

(before 1737 - )
     Lydia Fouace was born before 1737. She was the daughter of Stephen Fouace and Ann Handy.
     Lydia Fouace was mentioned in the will of Samuel Handy dated 3 March 1740.
     Lydia Fouace married Unknown Warren before 1753.
     Lydia Fouace was mentioned in the will of John Handy dated 29 November 1763. She was described as his niece Lydia Warren nee Fouace.

Margaret Fouace

(before 1736 - )
     Margaret Fouace was born before 1736. She was the daughter of Stephen Fouace and Ann Handy.
     Margaret Fouace was mentioned in the will of Samuel Handy dated 3 March 1740. She was mentioned as a grand-daughter with her siblings Liddia, Thos & Frederid.
     Margaret Fouace married Unknown Wade before 1753.
     Margaret Fouace was mentioned in the will of John Handy dated 29 November 1763. She was described as his niece, Margaret Wade nee Fouace.

Margaret Fouace

     Margaret Fouace was born in Ireland. She was the daughter of Thomas Fouace and Sarah Unknown.

Samuel Fouace

(before 1753 - )
     Samuel Fouace was born before 1753. He was the son of Stephen Fouace and Ann Handy.

Stephen Fouace

( - before November 1763)
     Letters from a Stephen Fouace dated April 1697 to Sir Edmund Andros re College accounts are held in the Public Record office, with photocopies in the John D Rockefeller Jr Library Special Collections section. Presumably the same man was: Stephen Fouace who came from England in 1688, returned and died there in 1702, mentioend in Colonial churches in the original colony of Virginia. He was Rector of York-Hampton.
Stepehn Fouace (Fovate), clerk & Charles Fouace (Fovate) were listed in the Denizations roll from State Papers Domestic, on April 9, 1687.
Stephen is also mentioned in State Papers, Colonial v. 22 1704-5: 271. Affidavit of Stephen Fouace. Gives evidence of Governor Nicholson's violent abuse of Col. Jennings, and of Major Burwell, his mistress's father, etc., who, he thought, were against his match; and of his abuse of deponent and other clergymen, etc. Signed, Stephen Fouace. 4 pp. [C.O. 5, 1314. No. 11.]From: 'America and West Indies: April 1704, 18-30', Calendar of State Papers Colonial, America and West Indies, Volume 22: 1704-1705 (1916), pp. 96-111. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=73655 Date accessed: 03 March 2009.
he is probably the Stephen Fouace who was given the vicarage of Bedfont in 1706. Stephen Fouace was born in Dublin, Ireland. He is possibly the son of Charles & Lidia (Stoakes) who marreid 13 June 1694 in Dublin, according to the IGI.
     Stephen Fouace married Ann Handy, daughter of Samuel Handy and Jane or Joan Lowe, circa 10 August 1718 in Dublin. Marriage licence: Stephen Fouace of the parish of St Nicholas Within, Dublin, merchant & Anne Handy (Hanley in transcript) of the parish of Horseleap, co. W'Meath, spinster dated 10 August 1718. He was listed on a deed dated 18 December 1727 as a witness. Indenture of lease and release dated 18 & 19 December 1727, Lease: 1 John Usher, Dublin & Brabason Newcomen, Louth, esq; 2 Richard Warburton, Dublin, esq. Release: 1 John Usher & B Newcomen, 2 James Clark of Kellystown, Kildare, son and heir of Thomas Clark, 3 Richard Warburton, 4 Samuel Handy of Brackareagh, Westmeath, gent; whereby the release citing a mortgage on the lands of Killbeg & Brackareagh by the said James Clark & John Handy esq to the said John Ussher for £1000 in trust ... has agreed to sell to the said Samuel Handy for £1450/13/8 part of mortgaged ....& the said Samuel Handy only laid down £440/13/8 ... townland of Killbeg & Brackareagh commony called or known as Colelaugh and that part of Brackareagh meared & founded as in the map annexed except 10 acres of Brabazon Newcomen ... Witnessed by Stephen Fouace of the city of Dublin, merchant. Registered 9 Jan 1827/8.
     His mother may be the Lydia Fouace, widow, whose will was proved in the PCA in 1741.
     Stephen died before November 1763.

Children of Stephen Fouace and Ann Handy

Thomas Fouace

(before 1738 - circa 1791)
     Thomas Fouace was born before 1738. He was the son of Stephen Fouace and Ann Handy.
     Thomas Fouace was mentioned in the will of Samuel Handy dated 3 March 1740.
     Thomas Fouace married Sarah Unknown on 4 August 1764. He is possibly the Thomas Fouace, farmer, who married Sarah Moore at St Bride's, Dublin 4 August 1764.
     Thomas Fouace was mentioned in the will of Hannah Unknown (Handy) dated 21 November 1764. He was described as her nephew. Thomas Fouace was an executor of Hannah Unknown (Handy)'s estate on 29 April 1765 in the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.
Thomas Fouace was trustee to a marriage settlement between Samuel Wesley Handy and Catherine Fleming dated 10 June 1772. Registered 30 October 1793, by Mathew Fleming: A marriage settlement dated 10 June 1772, between Samuel Handy, of Coolylough, co. Westmeath Esq., and Samuel Wesley Handy, Esq. his eldest son and heir apparent of 1st part; Mathew Fleming of Drumsna, co. Leitrim. Esq., and Catherine Fleming, spinster, his daughter of 2nd part. Archibald Fleming of Ballanecarron, co. Sligo and Thomas Fouace, of Tyrrillspass, co. Westmeath, gent of 3rd part. Reciting - A marriage to be between the said Samuel Wesley Handy and Catherine Fleming, and that Samuel Handy was seized in fee of the townes and lands of Brackareagh and Coolylough, co. Westmeath, and also of town and lands of Aughrim, co. Galway, and the Mill and Miller's gardens of said town containing 1400 acres, and also of the tolls and customs of the markets and fairs of said towns and lands of Aughrim by virtue of a lease of lives renewable for ever and also seized of ground houses and tenements in city of Dublin, in one of them by a lease of lives renewable for ever and another Lease for years.
     Witnesseth that for consideration mentioned Samuel Handy did agree with Mathew Fleming that the said Samuel Handy would in two years next convey the said lands of Brackaghrea and Coolylough, Aughrim and tolls and customs of Aughrim which were then settled on said Samuel Handy [party hereto] by his father Samuel Handy, gent. deed, with the Mills and Miller's gardens of said town and also the half of the lands of Coololah being part of said lands of Aughrim which were therefore settled on said Samuel Handy, deed, in his life on his son John Handy, and also in said ground and houses in City of Dublin upon trust mentioned:
     Witnesses to Memorial: - Pierce Simpson of Drumsnave, co. Leitrim, Esq., and John McNally of same, shoemaker. Pierce Simpson sworn at Carrick co. Leitrim, 31 August 1773, before Mar: Paterson on Circuit.
     Thomas Fouace was mentioned in the will of Samuel Handy dated 1 July 1779. He was described as his nephew.
Thomas Fouace was trustee to a marriage settlement between John Halahan and Mary Handy dated 13 December 1780. Indented articles of agreement dated 13 December 1780 made between 1) John Halahan of the city of Dublin, surgeon, 2) Lucy Handy, widow of Samuel Handy deceased & Mary Handy daughter of the Samuel & Lucy, 3) William Speer, of the City, druggist & Thomas Fouace of Tyrrellspass, Westmeath, esq reciting that said Mary Handy was in and by the will of her father the said Samuel Handy entitled to £1000 at 21 or marriage proved if under 21 she married with consent of her mother Lucy Handy & further the will of SH £1000 the interest to be paid to his daughter Lettice during her life & after her decease the £1000 plus the £500 on the decease of Lucy to be divided between his three other daughters, Ann Wade, the said Mary Handy & Jane Handy & reciting that a marriage was shortly to be had between John Halahan and Mary Handy with consent and approbation of Mary's mother he called? the £1500 to provide for Mary Handy after John Halahan's death. Witnessed by Andrew Armstrong, Kings co., Hickman Rose, Dublin city, merchant, William Canaway, Dublin, gent, Jane Handy, Dublin city, spinster.
     Thomas Fouace made a will dated 27 July 1791 in Tyrrellspass, Westmeath. Thos Fouace of Tyrrellspass, co. Westmeath mentions his wife Sarah, son Charles, daughters Ann Sarah Fouace & Margaret & Catherine.
     Thomas died circa 1791.
     His will was proved in 1791 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

John Fowell

(before 1790 - )
     John Fowell was born before 1790.
     John Fowell married Elizabeth Ruby, daughter of William Ruby and Mary Rendle, on 19 June 1810 in Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Plymouth, Devon. This seems too young to be possible, but she may not have been christened as a baby.
     John Fowell and Elizabeth Ruby were recorded on the 1851 census in Devonport, Stoke Damerel, Devon. They may be: John Fowell 58, superannuated anchor smith, born Callngton, Cornwall; his wife Elisabeth Fowell 59, born Jacobstowe, Devon; children Elisabeth Fowell 24, born Devonport, Edmund Fowell 20, engineers apprentice, born Devonport.

Child of John Fowell and Elizabeth Ruby

William Ruby Fowell

(14 February 1813 - )
     William Ruby Fowell was christened on 14 February 1813 in Devonport, Stoke Damerel, Devon. He was the son of John Fowell and Elizabeth Ruby.

Agnes Fowler

(before 1570 - )
     She was mentioned in the will of her presumed grandfather James in 1570.. Agnes Fowler was born before 1570. She was the daughter of Christopher Fowler and Unknown Popplewell.

Catherine Fowler

(before 1570 - )
     She was mentioned in the will of her presumed grandfather James in 1570.. Catherine Fowler was born before 1570. She was the daughter of Christopher Fowler and Unknown Popplewell.

Christian Fowler

     Christian Fowler married William MacKenzie.

Child of Christian Fowler and William MacKenzie

Christopher Fowler

     Christopher Fowler married Unknown Popplewell, daughter of James Popplewell and Isabel Unknown.

Children of Christopher Fowler and Unknown Popplewell