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Frederick Lincoln Foster


Name: Frederick Lincoln FOSTER

Birth: abt 1865 Booneville, New York
Death: abt 1925 Syracuse, Onondaga County, New York
Burial: Ononadaga Valley Cemetery

Marriage:  abt 1888
Divorce:  14 Jun 1914   Syracuse, Onondaga Co., New York
Other Spouses:  Flora

Spouse: Emma Estelle WINCHELL

Birth:   abt 1869   Tully, Onondaga County, New York
Death: 30 Oct 1942   Cardiff, Onondaga County, New York

Other Spouses: Archie LEACH



1 M: Calvin Leroy FOSTER

Birth:  30 Jan 1889    East Syracuse, Ononadaga Co., New York
Death:     abt. 1925    Syracuse, Onondada County, New York

Spouse:  Mildred B. HUBBARD    Marriage:  27 May 1909  Syracuse, New York


2 F: Grace Louise FOSTER

Birth:  29 Jan 1891  Pompey, Onondaga County, New York
Death:  1 Aug 1971  Syracuse, Onondaga County, New York

Spouse:  Frank Henry (Bob) SOUTHARD    Marriage:  8 Aug 1909  Ononadaga County, New York


3 F: Harriet D. FOSTER

Birth:  27 Mar 1898

Spouse:  Edgar BRANDON (or Brandau)


4 F: Frieda Lena (Lee) FOSTER

Birth:   25 Mar 1902   Pompey, Onondaga County, New York
Death:  26 Nov 1942  Houston, Harris County, Texas

Spouse:  Emil Paul ROEHRIG    Marriage:  25 Jun 1924   Syracuse, Onondaga County, New York


5 F: Bernice Elizabeth FOSTER

Birth:   11 Oct 1905
Death: May 1993 Chittenago, Madison County, New York

Spouse: Harold (Brownie) BROWN


Notes for Frederick Lincoln FOSTER

Frederick L. Foster

Frederick L. Foster, 60, died Wednesday night at the Hospital of the Good Shepherd, after a short illness. He was an engineer at the Owen-Dyneto Company and made his home in Hastings. He was a member of the Junior Order of American Mechanics, No. 10. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Flora Foster of Hastings; four daughters, Mrs. Edgar Brandon of St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. Frank Southard of Onondaga Valley, Mrs. Emil Roehrig of Eastwood and Miss Bernice Lilly of Canastota, a brother, George W. Foster of Lafayette. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the funeral rooms of W. A. Drinkwine, undertaker, with interment in the Onondaga Valley Cemetery.

Frederick Foster, Grace and Calvin were living together in 1909. There is no mention of Emma Winchell Foster, Harriet Foster, Frieda Lena Foster or Bernice Foster.

A petition for divorce was filed

Book 64 #345 25 Feb 1910
(No additional information)
Records sealed for 100 years.
(This was dismissed)

Book 69 #126 14 June 1913
(Divorce Granted)

Frederick was living in Hastings, Oswego County, N. Y. when he became ill and eventually died in a Syracuse Hospital.

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Town of Boonville, Oneida County, New York, and villages within its boundary. 1860.

BOONVILLE -- [Named from Gerrit Boon, agent of the Holland Land Co., who made the first settlement. In early times it was called "Boon's Upper Settlement."] was formed from Leyden, (Lewis co.,) March 28, 1805. Ava was taken off in 1846. It lies on the N. border of the co., E. of the center. Its surface is hilly, broken upland 800 to 1,000 ft. above the canal at Rome. Black River flows through the N.E. part, and Lansing Kil rises near the center and flows S. to the Mohawk. Its soil is clayey loam, in many places thickly covered with boulders and often inclining to sand. Near the village are immense deposits of drift. Its E. border extends into the great forest, and presents the meager, sandy soil and naked rocks peculiar to that region. There is a gas spring one and a half mile W. of the village, and a sulphur spring one and a half miles south. The later has acquired some local celebrity.

BOONVILLE, (p.v.,) in the N.W. part, was incorp. in 1855. It contains 3 churches, a printing office, several manufactories, and 1,000 inhabitants. It is the present N. terminus of the Black River & Utica R.R. It is on the summit level of the Black River Canal, and has a large trade with the country N., W., and E.

 Notes for Emma Stella WINCHELL

There seems to be evidence, albeit in some cases circumstantial, that the various branches of the Wincoll and Winchell families trace back to the neighbourhood of Little Waldingfield in the English county of Suffolk.

The variant spellings of the surname are discussed in the book,    "The Wyncolls of Suffolk and Essex" (1912), and a common ancestry is attributed to a John Wyncoll, clothier, of Little Waldingfield, whose will survives from 1521. "Clothier" is a term applied to a caste of Flemish manufacturers of particularly fine cloth who became established in Suffolk and Essex at the invitation of Edward III. Some sample accounts attesting to the wealth generated from that trade are published in the recent history of "The Isles" by Norman Davies (MacMillan 1999).

Earlier instances of the name exist, although proof of direct lineage is more difficult. The first mention is in the "Calendar of Patent Rolls" for the reign of Edward III where one Ricus de Wynkle is described as Confessor Regis. It is suggested that this royal confessor may have accompanied Edward's spouse, Queen Philippa of Hainault, from her Flemish home to the English court in around 1328.

Background by Wootsey

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