Thomas FOSTER & Jane FULLER married 1830, Icklesham, Sussex
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Thomas FOSTER & Jane FULLER
married 1830, Icklesham, Sussex


Chart revised 5 Oct 2009








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  • Icklesham - LDS refs
  • Icklesham parish map - Genuki
  • Mt Vincent - Greville's PO Directory 1872
  • Maitland Land Holders 1884-1885
  • Australian Cemeteries Index
  • James TOWNER, b. 25th July 1819, Seaford, Sussex






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    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




    The children of Thomas Foster & Jane Fuller


    Richard Fuller Foster
    (1832 - 1832 Winchelsea)

    Richard Fuller Foster
    baptised 8 Mar 1832
    Sussex Icklesham
    parents: Thomas Foster & Jane Fuller
    Richard Fuller Foster
    buried 17 Mar 1832
    Sussex Icklesham
    son of Thomas Foster & Jane





    Mary Jane Foster
    (1833 Icklesham - 1934 Maitland)

    Mary Jane Foster
    born 28 Apr 1833
    Icklesham, Sussex
    parents: Thomas Foster & Jane Fuller
    George Gill
    baptised 1829
    Beckley, Sussex
    parents: Silas Gill & Mercy Catt
    Mary Jane Foster & George Gill
    married 3 Sep 1850
    Huthfield, Maitland, NSW
    witnesses: Stephen & Mary Wellard
    George Gill
    died 9 Aug 1904
    buried Mt Vincent Wesleyan, NSW
    Mary Jane Gill
    died 2 Jan 1934
    buried Mt Vincent Wesleyan, NSW


    Mulbring Methodist cemetery
    2008

    courtesy of Kim
    Mary Jane Foster (1833-1934)




    Falk, 496 George St, Sydney
    c1880

    courtesy of Debbie & David
    George Gill (1829-1904)




    Falk, 496 George St, Sydney
    c1880

    courtesy of Debbie & David
    Mary Jane Foster (1833-1934)




    ?home snap
    c1930

    courtesy of Debbie & David
    Mary Jane Foster (1833-1934)




    Photographer unknown
    1934, 100th birthday photo

    courtesy of Debbie & David
    Mary Jane Foster (1833-1934)
    5 generations (1)



    Photographer unknown
    1934, 100th birthday photo

    courtesy of Debbie & David
    Mary Jane Foster (1833-1934)
    5 generations (2)



    Photographer unknown
    1934, 100th birthday photo

    courtesy of Debbie & David





    Thomas Foster
    (1834 Icklesham - 1920 Branxton)

    Thomas Foster
    baptised 1834
    Sussex Icklesham
    parents: Thomas Foster & Jane Fuller
    Sarah Stevenson
    born 14 February 1833
    Wilberforce, NSW
    parents: William Stevenson & Sarah Goddard
    Thomas Foster & Sarah Stevenson
    married 26 Feb 1855
    NSW Sugarloaf Wesleyan Church

    witnesses: Sarah's father & brother, both William Stevenson
    Thomas Foster
    died 5 Nov 1920
    NSW East Maitland
    Buried: NSW Branxton General Cemetery, Row 14.
    Sarah Foster
    died 9 March 1889
    NSW Singleton





    Catherine Fuller Foster
    (1836 Icklesham - 1919 Mulbring)

    Catherine Fuller Foster
    baptised 19 Nov 1836
    Icklesham, Sussex
    parents: Thomas Foster & Jane Fuller
    Frederick Frisby Hubbard
    baptised 11 Mar 1831
    Hungerton, Leicestershire
    parents: Thomas Hubbard & Frances Frisby
    Catherine Fuller Foster & Frederick Frisby Hubbard
    married 1860
    Wollombi, NSW
    Catherine Fuller Frisby
    died 21 Jun 1919
    Hornsby, NSW
    Frederick Frisby Hubbard
    died 1882
    Maitland, NSW


    Mulbring Methodist cemetery
    2008

    Australian Cemeteries Index
    Children of Catherine Fuller Foster

    Emily Jane Foster1854 Mulbring – 1941 Rydem 1879 Mulbring to George Forsyth children:Blanche, Reginald, Malcolm, Dorothy, Myra, Gwendoline
    Mary Alice Hubbard1861 Maitland – 1951 Bowral
    Ellen Catherine Hubbard 1864 Maitland – 1935 Manlym 1886 Gundagai to Stephen Edward Whitechildren: ?
    Thomas Harry Hubbard1867 Maitland – 1892 Leichhardt
    Minnie Frances Hubbard1869 Mulbring – 1956 Bowral m 1889 West Maitland to John Reidchildren:Frederick, Alan, Helen
    Clara Caroline Hubbard1872 Maitland – 1902 Cootamundram 1891 Sydney to Josiah Whitechildren:Bertha, Henry, Stephen, Annie, Robert, Nell, female
    Edith Florence Hubbard1875 Mulbring – 1960 Chatswoodm 1897 Marrickvilleto John Smith Arnottchildren:Florence, John, Edward, Alexander
    Gertrude Constance Hubbard1878 Mulbring – 1957 Bowral






    Caleb Icklesham Foster
    (1838 Icklesham - 1926 Maitland)

    Caleb Icklesham Foster
    born 19 Aug 1838
    Icklesham, Sussex
    parents: Thomas Foster & Jane Fuller

    Susannah Short
    born c1843
    Mt Vincent, NSW
    parents: Samuel Short & Jane Northcott
    Caleb Icklesham Foster & Susannah Short
    married 1863
    Maitland, NSW
    Caleb Icklesham Foster
    died 16 May 1926
    East Maitland, NSW


    East Maitland Methodist cemetery
    2008

    Australian Cemeteries Index
    Susannah Foster
    died 25 Aug 1917
    East Maitland, NSW


    East Maitland Methodist cemetery
    2008

    Australian Cemeteries Index
    Children of Caleb Icklesham Foster & Susannah Short

    Rebecca Jane Foster1863 Mt Vincent – 1955 East Maitlandm 1891 East Maitland to Thomas Garland children:Dulcie 1893
    Augustus Short Foster1864 Mt Vincent – 1945 Maitlandm 1905 Grafton to Ethel Florence Short children:Errol 1906, Jack 1909, Alvin 1912, Aubrey 1914
    William Northcott Foster1866 Mt Vincent – 1949 Mulbringm 1898 East Maitland to Sarah Monnox children:?
    Henry Short Foster1868 Mt Vincent – 1868 Maitland
    Henry Foster1869 Mt Vincent – 1886 Mulbring
    Alfred Robert Foster1872 Mt Vincent – 1953 Lismorem 1899 Mt Vincent to Elsie Estelle Monnox children:Iris 1900, male 1901, female 1901, Estelle d.1901, Irwin 1902, William 1905, Elsie d.1911
    Gertrude Maude Foster1875 Mt Vincent – 1877 East Maitland
    Amy Blanche Foster1876 Mt Vincent – 1888 West Maitland
    Jessie Maude Foster1878 Mt Vincent- 1965 Maitland
    Gertrude Foster1881 Mt Vincent - 1978 East Maitland
    Clarice Foster1883 Mt Vincent – 1972 m 1911 East Maitland to Cecil Henry Collier children:Ruth 1913
    Irene Jane Foster1890 Mt Vincent –1980 East Maitland
    Minnie Foster1890 Mt Vincent - 1979 East Maitland m 1930 Goulburn to John Malcolm Scott children:?






    John Fuller Foster
    (1841 Cobbity - 1899 Mulbring)

    John Fuller Foster
    born 1840
    Cobbity, NSW
    parents: Thomas Foster & Jane Fuller



    Photographer unknown
    courtesy of Peter
    Sarah Ann Rayfield
    born 1846
    Faversham, Kent
    parents: Thomas Rayfield & Catherine Amos
    John Fuller Foster & Sarah Ann Rayfield
    married 20 Mar 1866
    East Maitland, NSW

    witnesses: Ellen Latter, Peter Foster
    Foster-Rayfield marriage certificate





    courtesy of Peter
    Sarah Ann Foster
    died 5 Sep 1874
    Weat Maitland, NSW

    Grave
    John Fuller Foster (1841-1899)
    & Sarah Ann (Rayfield) Foster (1846-1874)



    Mt Vincent Anglican cemetery, 2008

    Australian Cemeteries Index

    Sarah Ann Foster death
    Foster-Rayfield marriage
    family record



    courtesy of Peter
    Foster-Rayfield family records
    Baptisms



    courtesy of Peter
    Foster-Rayfield family records
    Marriages



    courtesy of Peter
    Foster-Rayfield family records
    Deaths



    courtesy of Peter
    Second marriage of John Fuller Foster

    John Fuller Foster & Ellen Houghton
    married 29 Dec 1877
    NSW Sydney St Andrews Cathedral Church
    Ellen Houghton
    born 5 Jun 1863
    Wee Waa, NSW
    parents: Daniel Houghton & Charlotte Stubberfield
    John Fuller Foster
    died 12 Dec 1899
    Mulbring, NSW
    Ellen Foster
    died 20 Jan 1954
    Dora Creek, NSW
    Children of John Fuller Foster & Sarah Ann Rayfield
    Annie May Foster1868 Maitland – 1960 Singletonm 1896 East Maitlandto Gottlob Henry Knodlerchildren:Kathleen, Minnie, Mary, Clara, Alan
    Louisa Jane Foster1870 Maitland – 1948 Mulbringm 1890 Singletonto George Knodlerchildren:Archibald, Reginald, Bertha, Mabel, Bruce, Athol, Daisy, Henry, Georgina
    Thomas Vincent Foster1871 Maitland – 1946 Kurri Kurrim 1897 East Maitlandto Sophia Andrewschildren:Kenneth, Gladys, Raymond, Aubrey, Bertie
    James Hunter Foster1873 Maitland – 1953 Mulbringm 1896 Singletonto Louisa Knodlerchildren:Hunter, Dorothy, Louisa, Winifred, John

    Children of John Fuller Foster & Ellen Houghton
    Elizabeth Foster?1876 Sydney - 1895 East Maitland
    William Macquarie Foster1879 Newcastle – 1959 Hamiltonm 1904 Wallsendto Ann Helen Morrowchildren:Isabel, Alan, William
    Jessie Daisie Foster1881 Wallsend – 1919 Wallsendm 1909 New Lambtonto John Smartchildren:John
    Catherine Maud Foster1884 East Maitland – 1950 Newcastlem 1935 Torontoto Levi Dawson Heaton
    Ethel Mary Foster1884 East Maitland – 1956 Newcastle
    Henry Denby Foster1887 East Maitland – 1958 Newcastlem 1921 Wallsendto Sarah Eleanor Draperchildren:Clifford
    John York Foster1889 East Maitland – 1964 Penrithm 1922 Ballinato Mary A Smithchildren:Alan, Elvin, John, Joan
    Violet Houghton Foster1892 East Maitland – 1966 Newcastlem 1915 Wallsendto David Robert Stewartchildren:Robert, Donald
    Archie Hillis Foster1894 East Maitland – 1989 Avondalem1 1917 Brisbaneto Gladys Winifred Peckchildren:Edna, Ronald
    m2 1975 to Grace Grehan
    Athol March Foster1896 East Maitland – 1973 Newcastlem 1922 Gosfordto Myrtle J Gavenlockchildren:Thelma, Joyce, Reg

    James Hunter Foster (1873-1953)
    with family



    Photographer unknown
    c1910

    courtesy of Dianne, and Brian Andrews
    James Hunter Foster (1873-1953)
    with son Hunter Rex Foster



    Photographer unknown
    1914

    courtesy of Dianne, and Brian Andrews





    Peter Foster
    (1843 NSW - 1886 Richmond River)

    Peter Foster
    born 1843
    Cobbity, NSW
    parents: Thomas Foster & Jane Fuller
    Sarah Jane Towner
    born 1847
    NSW
    parents: James Towner & Caroline Trill
    Peter Foster & Sarah Jane Towner
    married 1867
    Wollombi, NSW
    Peter Foster
    died 26 Aug 1886
    Ontario House, Richmond River, NSW

    Second marriage of Sarah Jane Towner

    Sarah Jane Towner & John Robert Snodgrass
    married 1892
    Lismore, NSW
    John Robert Snodgrass
    born 1846
    ?Scotland
    parents:unknown
    Sarah Jane Snodgrass
    died 1904
    Rous Mill, Ballina, NSW

    John R Snodgrass
    died 1918
    Ballina, NSW
    First marriage of John Robert Snodgrass

    John R Snodgrass & Eleanor Oakes
    married
    Lismore, NSW
    Eleanor Oakes
    born 1855
    Macleay River, NSW
    parents:Augustus Oakes & Janet Johnston
    EleanorSnodgrass
    died 1889
    Casino, NSW
    Children of John R Snodgrass & Eleanor Oakes
    Constance, 1877, Grafton
    unnamed, 1879, Grafton
    Stanley, 1880, Grafton
    Ruby, 1881, Grafton
    Ilet, 1881, Grafton
    Jessie, 1883, Lismpore
    Catherine, 1884, Lismore
    Cosby, 1886, Lismore
    Lila, 1887, Lismore
    William O 1889, Casino
    Children of Peter Foster & Sarah Jane Towner
    Hedley Vickers Foster1868 Maitland – 1951 Rockdalem 1905 Lismoreto Mary J Dargiechildren:Janet
    Arthur J T Foster1869 West Maitland – 1869 West Maitland
    Frederick Edwin Foster1871 Maitland – m 1895 Ballinato Constance Elsie Snodgrasschildren:Evelyn, Edwin, Kenneth, Winifred, Rolf, Clyde, Clare
    Laura Caroline Jane Foster1873 Newcastle – 1949 Stockton
    Mildred Emilie E Foster1875 Brisbane Water – 1920 Murrumburrahm1 1895 Lismoreto William George Millerchildren:Willliam, Elsie
    m2 1895 Lismoreto Alexander G M Swansonchildren:Willliam, Elsie
    Stella M Foster1878 Richmond River – 1916 Lismorem 1903 Ballinato Arthur Spencer O Westchildren:Dorothy, Paul, Sidney
    Oliver Vivian Foster1880 Lismore – 1929 Lismorem 1907 Lismoreto Agnes Lilian Dillonchildren:Kathleen, Norman
    Horace T Foster1883 Lismore – 1883 Lismore
    Clement Frisby Foster1885 Lismore – 1969 Nowram 1910 Byron Bayto Margaret Jane Jamisonchildren:Clement, George






    Samuel Foster
    (1846 Camden - 1921 Kurri Kurri)

    Samuel Foster
    born 1846
    Cobbity, NSW
    parents: Thomas Foster & Jane Fuller
    Alice Andrews
    born 8 Jun 1854
    Mulbring Creek, NSW
    parents: William Andrews & Sarah Wellard

    Samuel Foster & Alice Andrews
    married 25 Nov 1875
    Mt Vincent, CofE NSW
    Witnesses: George Gill & Stephen Andrews
    Samuel Foster
    died 1921
    Kurri Kurri, NSW
    buried Mulbring Methodist
    age 75
    Alice Foster
    died 13 Aug 1938
    Brunkerville, NSW
    buried Mulbring Methodist
    age 84
    Samuel Foster (1846-1921)
    with Caroline Gill (1857-1955)


    Photographer unknown
    Carte-de-visite
    c1867

    photo courtesy of Debbie & David
    Grave
    Samuel Foster (1846-1921)
    & Alice (Andrews) Foster (1854-
    & children James & Leila Foster


    Brunkerville Methodist cemetery
    2008

    Australian Cemeteries Index
    Children of Samuel Foster & Alice Andrews
    Sydney Clyde Foster1876 Brunkerville – 1959 Maitland
    James Millage Foster1879 Brunkerville – 1921 Kurri Kurri m 1913 East Maitland to Ottelie M Wyborn
    Leila Channing Foster1880 Brunkerville – 1949 Stockton
    Annie Andrews Foster1882 Brunkerville – 1974 NSWm1 1914 Wickham to Reginald D Johnsonchildren:Leila, Leila B
    m2 1952 Chatswood to John Bryce
    Lottie Brenda Foster1884 Brunkerville – 1963 Mulbring
    Stephen Harold Foster1886 Brunkerville – 1929 Cessnockm 1925 Cessnockto Jessie Dixon
    Allan Aubrey Foster1890 Brunkerville – 1940 Kurri Kurrim 1916 Kurri Kurrito Jessie A Monnoxchildren:Bernice, Bernard






    James Fuller Foster
    (1848 NSW - 1923 East Maitland)

    James Fuller Foster
    born 1848
    NSW ?Camden
    parents: Thomas Foster & Jane Fuller
    Fanny Hannah E Crane
    born 1867
    Lismore, NSW
    parents: Robert Craine & Fanny H Jenkins
    James Fuller Foster & Fanny Hannah E Craine
    married 23 Mar 1885
    Balmain, NSW - Fanny’s uncle’s home
    James Fuller Foster
    died 1923
    Wallsend, NSW


    East Maitland Methodist cemetery
    2008


    Australian Cemeteries Index
    Fannie H E Foster
    died 1939
    Maitland, NSW


    East Maitland Methodist cemetery
    2008


    Australian Cemeteries Index
    Children of James Fuller Foster & Fanny Hannah E Craine
    Warwick Herman Rous Foster1886 Lismore – 1917 Messineschildren:Norman
    Robert Thomas Reginald Foster1888 Lismore – 1917 Pas de Calaism 1913 Wallsendto Ada Rhodeschildren:Graham
    Russell James Hamilton Foster1892 East Maitland – 1963 Wallsendm 1918 Hamiltonto Rita Margaret Jenkinschildren:Warwick

    Warwick Herman Rous Foster

    Roll of Honour:
    Service Number: 2300, Rank: Private
    Place of association: Boolaroo, New South Wales, Australia
    Unit: 36th Australian Infantry Battalion, Service: Australian Army
    Conflict / Operation: First World War, 1914-1918

    Date of death: 10 June 1917, Place of death: Belgium
    Cause of death: Killed in action, Age at death: 31
    Cemetery or memorial details: Menin Gate Memorial, Ypres, Flanders, Belgium

    Source: AWM145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-1918 War, Army

    Warwick was killed at the battle of Messines, launched on 7 June 1917. Australian War Memorial records for Warwick indicate that in addition to a death pension granted to his mother a death pension of £1 p.f. was granted to an ex-nuptial child in the name of listing Fanny Foster as trustee and residing at the same address of Lake View Street, Boolaroo, (near Newcastle) N.S.W.
    Robert Thomas Reginald Foster - WW1 notes

    Enlisted in the A.I.F. on 20th April, 1915, embarked at Sydney on 16th June, 1915, aboard H.M.A.T. No. 63 "Karoola". He joined the 6th Battalion at Gallipoli on 6th August, 1915, and was wounded on the 9th August and returned to his Battalion on 2nd October, 1915, and appointed Lance-Corporal. He proceded to France in June ,1916, and was detached for duty with 14 Bde. H.Q.s police on 14th July. On 20th July he sufered a gunshot wound to the left arm and transferred to England for recovery. He returned to France on 1st October, 1916, and promoted to be "Sergeant vice Tempy C.S.M. Correy Commissioned". He was wounded again on 3rd April, 1917, with a gunshot wound to the left buttock and thigh and subsequently died from the wounds on 11th April. He was awarded the "Distinguished Conduct Medal 6th July, 1917, for conspicuous gallantery and devotion to duty. He has consistantly shown great gallantery when under heavy fire, and has at all times set a splended example to his men." Honours and awards (Recommendations: First World War) Recommendation for Robert Thomas Reginald Foster "Has during the period from 21st October to 3rd November served with his unit in the trenches.During this period by his example and coolness under heavy shell fire did much to assist andinspire his men under very trying circumstances. His coolness and example deserves specialrecognition" 9th March 1917. "For continuous good work and devotion to duty. During the very trying periodwhen the Battalion was in the line near Flers he was carring rations to the front line. He wasalways the first to volunteer to take the place of sick men, and worked without rest during most of this time. On December 3rd 1916, during one of these trips, the approaches to the Battalion lines were being heavily shelled. After delivering the rations he came across a wounded man, who wasbeing attended to by stretcher-bearers of another Battalion. He immediately volunteered and helped to carry the wounded man to the Aid Post, through the fire and across the open. He has always shown a fine example to the men under him. He has had service in Gallipoli, Egypt and France, and has been absent from his unit only for a little while in hospital, on account of wounds received on 19th July 1916 at Fleurbaix." "On Apr 2nd 1917 at DOIGNIES he has shown great coolness and devotion to duty under very heavy shell fire and organised parties to take up ammunition to his Company who had taken up a defensive position round the village. This work had to be done in daylight and in full view of the enemy. He was of great assistance to his company commander and carried on gallantly until he was seriously wounded."