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Re: Puffer/Foster connection
Posted by: Smokey Bassett Date: December 27, 2000 at 17:52:20
In Reply to: Puffer/Foster connection by Anne Harris Bacher of 224

From the Puffer Book:

Mary Elizabeth Puffer (William H., Job, William, William, William, Richard, James, George) was born at Monson, Jan. 2, 1830.
she married at Palmer, March 15, 1848, Joseph Bradford foster, b. March 1, 1824, son of Sherlock and Abigail (Bradford) foster. He conducted a clothing store at Rockville, Conn.
Children born at Monson:
1.Wilber Brainard Foster, b. Monson, March 31, 1853
2. Mary Ann foster, b. March 28, 1860
3. Ella Bradford foster, b. at Monson, May 27, 1862. Resided in Boston."

William H. Puffer was b. at Medway, Dec. 6, 1800. d. May 8, 1882. Married first: Mary Ann Chapin, b. Sept 18, 1807, d. June 19, 1863, married on Oct 22, 1828. she was dau of Otis and Abigail Chapin.
He married second: on May 21, 1864, Charlotte Augusta (Olmstead) Gilmore, b. Aug 27, 1818, dau of David & Hannah Olmstead.
Only one child shown: Mary Elizabeth, b. Jan 2, 1830.

This line is well documented in the LDS records... this should take you back to George.

SB


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