Richard FOSTER & Jane FOSTER married 1803, Winchelsea, Sussex
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Richard FOSTER & Jane FOSTER
married 1803, Winchelsea, Sussex

Chart revised 13 Apr 2012

Richard Foster (c1780 ?Sussex) & Jane Foster (1777 Winchelsea) married 1803 Winchelsea, children: Elizabeth Foster (1803 Winchelsea), Richard Foster (1804 Winchelsea), Thomas Foster (1807 Sussex) & Jane Fuller (1809 Icklesham) married 1830 Icklesham, Caroline Foster (1811 Icklesham)







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    Richard Foster unknown

    best guess

    baptised 1751
    Sussex Westfield
    parents: Thomas Foster & Elizabeth Martin


    SFHG
    Jane Foster
    baptised 3 Aug 1777
    Sussex Winchelsea
    parents: Thomas Foster & Mary Weston

    IGI C148131
    Richard Foster & Jane Foster
    married 10 March 1803
    Sussex, Winchelsea



    witnesses: William Woodhams & William Whiteman
    Richard Foster death

    *not known*

    perhaps in Gibralter
    wife described as widow in 1819
    Jane Foster
    buried 29 Oct 1828
    Sussex, Winchelsea
    "age 52, widow of Richard"

    Richard Foster


    Refs from
  • The National Archives


  • http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/a2a

    26 Feb 1803
    Warrant for arrest of putative father
    Richard Foster of Winchelsea labourer, for the child to be born to Jane Foster of Udimore
    East Sussex Record Office, PARISH OF UDIMORE PAR497/34/2/3

    20 Aug 1803
    Settlement examination
    Richard Foster late of Winchelsea labourer and now a private in the Sussex Regiment of Militia at Brighton Camp
    East Sussex Record Office, PARISH OF UDIMORE PAR497/32/4/10

    16 Oct 1804
    serving in the Sussex Militia as substitute for George Burtenshaw who was balloted to serve for Clayton attached: certificate that RF was enrolled 19 Feb 1803 and is now serving; C M Burrell, major commanding, Beachy Head Lamp

    13 Mar 1805
    Order to maintain Jane Foster wife of Richard Foster
    East Sussex Record Office PARISH OF WINCHELSEA PAR511/36/3-4

    Jane Foster



    Refs from
  • The National Archives


  • 10 May 1778
    Jane Foster & family
    Settlement certificate - Winchelsea
    Thomas Foster, wife Mary and children Thomas, Elizabeth and Jane; Icklesham
    East Sussex Record Office, Church of England, Winchelsea Parish PAR511/32/1/46

    13 Mar 1805
    Order to maintain Jane Foster wife of Richard Foster
    Overseers of the Poor: Militia
    East Sussex Record Office PARISH OF WINCHELSEA PAR511/36/3-4

    24 Mar 1819
    Widow Foster
    Notice of Walter Fuller to the parish officers to quit, houses and parts of houses in The Square occupied by Thomas Whiteman, Joseph Claise, William Blackhall, Thomas Sanders, Widow Brook, Widow Foster and Widow Claise
    East Sussex Record Office PARISH OF WINCHELSEA PAR511/37/3/12

    10 Sep 1824
    Widow Foster
    Copy notice of the parish officers to Walter Fuller, landlord, of their intention to quit that part of the Barrack Square occupied by Thomas Whiteman, Joseph Claise, Richard Field, William Blackhall, Jane Foster and Thomas Sanders
    East Sussex Record Office PARISH OF WINCHELSEA PAR511/37/3/27

    24 Feb 1825
    Widow Foster
    Copy notice of the parish officers to John Sinden, Thomas Whiteman, Widow Fisher, William Blackhall, Widow Sanders and Robert Wheeler, to quit the houses they occupy, endorsed: similar notice to Joseph Claise the elder, Widow Foster and Richard Field
    East Sussex Record Office PARISH OF WINCHELSEA PAR511/37/3/14

    Sep 1825
    Jane Foster
    Copy notice of the parish officers to Walter Fuller, landlord, of their intention to quit that part of the Barrack Square occupied by Thomas Whiteman, Joseph Claise, Richard Edwards, Richard Field, William Blackhall, Jane Foster and the late Thomas Sanders
    East Sussex Record Office PARISH OF WINCHELSEA PAR511/37/3/32

    13 Feb 1826
    Jane Foster
    Copy notice of the parish officers to Thomas Whiteman, Joseph Claise, Richard Field, William Blackhall to quit houses and Jane Foster to quit a room, all in Barrack Square
    East Sussex Record Office PARISH OF WINCHELSEA PAR511/37/3/16

    14 Mar 1826
    Jane Foster
    Summons to Jane Foster for refusing to give up a room in Barrack Square
    East Sussex Record Office PARISH OF WINCHELSEA PAR511/37/3/23




    The children of Richard Foster & Jane Foster

    Elizabeth Foster
    (1803 - 1803 Winchelsea)

    Elizabeth Foster baptism
    2 Jul 1803, Sussex Winchelsea
    Richard Foster & Jane

    IGI C390868
    Elizabeth Foster burial
    8 Jul 1803, Sussex Winchelsea
    Richard Foster & Jane

    Winchelsea register, FHL



    Richard Foster
    (1804 - 1805 Winchelsea)

    Richard Foster baptism
    16 Dec 1804, Sussex Winchelsea
    Richard Foster & Jane

    IGI C390868
    Richard Foster burial
    8 Jan 1805, Sussex Winchelsea
    Richard Foster & Jane

    Winchelsea register, FHL



    Thomas Foster
    (1806 ?Westfield - 1892 Maitland)

    Thomas Foster baptism not in Winchelsea register

    but: Thomas Foster
    baptised 24 Aug 1806,
    Westfield, Sussex
    parents: Richard & Jane
    Jane Fuller baptism
    baptised 12 Feb 1809
    Icklesham, Sussex
    parents: James Fuller & Jane Adams
    Thomas Foster & Jane Fuller
    married (banns) 25 Dec 1830
    Icklesham, Sussex


    Witnesses: Thomas Baker & Sarah Fuller



    Jane Foster death
    died 9 Apr 1873
    Mulbring, NSW


    Thomas Foster death
    died 25 Mar 1892
    Maitland, NSW




    Mulbring Methodist cemetery
    2008

    Australian Cemeteries Index
    Jane Fuller (1809-1873)



    Photographer unknown
    carte-de-visite
    c1865

    courtesy of Debbie & David
    Jane Fuller (1809-1873)

    Thomas Foster
    said to have been educated at a Masonic school in Sussex ?Winchelsea after his father's death.
    Thomas & Jane Foster witnesses
    William Gill - Ann Chandler marriage
    Icklesham, 30 Jun 1832

    Assisted immigrants to NSW
    Ship: "Argyle" 1839

    Thomas Foster 30
    Jane 27
    Mary Jane 6
    Thomas 5
    Catherine 3
    Caleb 1



    Caroline Foster
    (1810 Icklesham - 1874 NSW)

    Caroline Foster
    baptised 27 Oct 1810
    Sussex Icklesham
    parents: Richard Foster & Jane

    IGI C14808-1
    Thomas Baker
    baptism unknown
    ?Sussex
    parents: Thomas Baker & Mary Foster
    Caroline Foster & Thomas Baker
    married (banns) 1 Jun 1830
    Sussex Udimore
    both of this parish
    Caroline Baker
    died 19 Aug 1874
    NSW
    Thomas Baker
    died 1885
    NSW
    Thomas and Caroline (Foster) Baker
    Immigrants to NSW
    "Augusta Jessie" 1837.

    "They lived at "The Oaks" in Camden, then moved to "Lorn End" on the Murrumbidgee near the site of Wagga Wagga in 1848, later moved to Kyeamba Ck."

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  • Thomas Baker - Caroline Foster family


    Children of Thomas Baker & Caroline Foster

    Sarah Ann Baker 1830 Icklesham 1919 Wagga Wagga m1 1847 Narellan to George Apps
    m2 1851 Wagga Wagga to Charles Thomas Smithchildren:Charles, William, Alma, John, Joseph, Caroline, Mary, Ernest, Horace, Sarah, Emily
    Elizabeth Ann Baker 1834 Icklesham - 1906 Wagga Wagga m 1853 Wagga Wagga to George Graychildren:George, Matilda, Henry, Elizabeth, Harriet, Louisa, Frederick, Eliza, Alfred, John
    Thomas William Baker 1836 Icklesham - 1925 Wagga Wagga m 1859 Wagga Wagga to Ann Gordonchildren:Thomas, Sarah, Aaron, Elizabeth, Mary A, Frederick, Stephen, John, Benjamin, Clara
    James Baker 1839 - 1925 Burwood m 1869 Wagga Wagga to ?Mary Walshchildren:Marguerite, Thomas
    Jane Baker 1847 NSW - 1927 Wagga Wagga m 1869 Wagga Wagga to Edward Bernard Andrewschildren:Robert, Edward, Francis, Arthur







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