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  Reginald Foster History
Reginald Foster came to America in one to the vessels embargoed by King Charles I, accompanied by his wife, Judith, five sons and two daughters,and settled in Ipswich, Mass., about the year 1638, and was one of the earliest inhabitants of that town.
Reginald Foster died in 1681 at over eighty of age.
Other books giving an account of Reginald Foster and his descendants were published by Edward Jacob Forster, M.D., of Boston in 1876 and by Perley Derby of Salem Mass in 1872.
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  Foster Genealogy
Abraham FOSTER (Abraham, Abraham, Reginald) was born on 12 Jan 1696 in Ipswich, Mass..
Abijah FOSTER (Abraham, Abraham, Abraham, Abraham, Reginald) was born on 12 Sep 1762 in Topsfield, Mass...
Harriette FOSTER (Abijah, Abraham, Abraham, Abraham, Abraham, Reginald) was born on 12 Jun 1805 in Keene, NH.
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 Cricinfo - Players and Officials - Tip Foster
Foster was a refined middle-order batsman with a touch of the Dexters, who graduated to the captaincy against South Africa in 1907 - he had to decline the offer to lead England in Australia that winter because of business commitments.
It may not be generally known that Mr Foster had the refusal of the captaincy of the MCC team that visited Australia in the winter of 1907-08.
Mr Foster was in the Malvern eleven 1893-96, and in the Oxford eleven 1897-1900.
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 Marcus Antonius to Maite - tobg205.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Judith Foster was born on 20 Jan 1658/1659.
Mary Foster was born on 18 Jun 1662.
Nathaniel Foster was born on 19 Sep 1678.
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 Frank Henry Foster - KS-Cyclopedia - 1912
Foster, was a direct descendant of one of the immigrants who came over in the "Mayflower," in 1620, and landed on Plymouth Rock.
Foster walked three and a half miles to the village school at Walpole, where he obtained his common school and high school education, his determination to secure a good education being undaunted by the long distance he had to walk.
Foster was united in marriage with Miss Harriet Bottsford Franks, a native of Lorain county, Ohio, born March 16, 1861, of English descent on the paternal side, and Pennsylvania Dutch ancestry on the maternal side.
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 Foster
William Foster, the founder of this family, was admitted to the church of Charleston in 1652.
We know that William Foster had a wife Anne, daughter are of William Bracklenbury of Charleston and Malden.
William Foster -, Boston 1644, had wife Susanna removed I think in a short time to Charlestown where he was administrator of the Church.
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 Father Reginald Foster - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Foster's office at the Secretariat occupies the space of his predecessor's kitchen.
Father Foster is one of the great living experts in Latin literature, especially Cicero, and is an internationally recognised authority on the Latin language.
Foster grew up in a family of plumbers--father, brothers, and uncles are all plumbers.
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 Marcus Antonius to Maite - tobg201.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Reginald immigrated in 1638 to Vessel Embargoed by King Charles I. Reginald married Judith Wignol on 18 Sep 1619 in Thaydon, Garnon Essex, England.
William Foster was born in 1633 in Exeter, Devonshire, England.
Elizabeth married Thomas Foster son of Cuthbert Forester and Elizabeth Bradford on 22 Jan 1579/1580 in Gisburne, Yorkshire, England.
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 USATODAY.com - Vatican's Latin expert no stuffy academic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Foster, 65, a Carmelite monk, plays the role of the brash curmudgeon, especially for the 150 new students he commands each year at Rome's Gregorian University.
But as unlikely as it sounds, Foster is the Vatican's leading expert on Latin — expert enough to be charged with the official translation of papal documents into what was until 40 years ago the official language of the church.
Foster began studying Latin at age 13 at St. Francis Minor Seminary in Milwaukee, according to the Catholic Herald, a newspaper published by Milwaukee's archbishop.
www.usatoday.com /news/world/2005-04-21-latin-foster_x.htm   (999 words)

  
 My Family
Reginald Foster was born between 1580 and 1611 in England.
He was married to Wife Of Reginald Foster between 1620 and 1653.
She was married to Reginald Foster between 1620 and 1653.
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 The Jamaica Star :: Features :: 54 years as a Christian and still serving :: December 17, 2005
Foster's work as a pastor for the eight years he has been back in Jamaica has been good, he says.
Foster says he enjoys his work as a minister because he is able to make valuable contributions to the lives of persons rather than make a living for himself out of church work.
As for Jamaica, Reverend Foster says it is his prayer that the entire nation exercise the virtues of honesty and truth.
www.jamaica-star.com /thestar/20051217/features/features2.html   (596 words)

  
 The Bailey Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Reginald FOSTER was born between 1636 and 1639 in Exeter, Devonshire, England.
Reginald FOSTER was born in 1594/95 in Exeter, Devonshire, England.
Thomas FOSTER was born in 1570 in Gisburne, Yorkshire, England.
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 Irving Family Genealogy
March 19, 1627 a land grant was obtained from the council at Plymouth in Devon England, which conveyed "the soil extending three miles to the northward of the Merrimack River, and three miles to the southward of the Charles River and in length within the prescribed breadth from the Atlantic Ocean to the South Sea".
I, Samuel Foster of Reading in the county of Middlesex and the Province of Massachusetts Bay in New England, Yeoman being of advanced age but yet of a sound and disposing mind and memory knowing that it is appointed unto all once to die.
Linnell FOSTER was born 22 Mar 1871 and died 1961.
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 KinNextions (Public Version) - aqwg416   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Reginald FOSTER [Parents] was born about 1595 in Barmton, Exeter, Devonshire, England.
Reginald married Judith WIGNOL on 1618 in England.
Reginald FOSTER was born about 1595 and died about May 1681.
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 The Milwaukee Catholic Herald
Reginald Foster delivered a hopeful message to the young women at Notre Dame Middle School Aug. 29: study hard and you can go places.
Foster, a Milwaukee native who was taught by the School Sisters of Notre Dame at the former St. Ann School on the city's north side, began studying Latin at age 13 while attending St.
Foster told the Notre Dame students that Latin "is most of my life and my love," adding that Latin is the first language spoken in his office.
www.chnonline.org /2002/2002-09-05/newsstory3.html   (564 words)

  
 FAQ de Aestiva Romae Latinitatis
Foster's students in these classes are seminarians and male and female religious of various Roman Catholic orders; nevertheless, lay people and non-Catholics are allowed to enroll and attend.
Reginald quite naturally wants all his students to get maximum benefit from the course; you are much more likely to do so if you stay the full six weeks, do your homework and attend class consistently.
Reginald used to have an informal arrangement with a nearby convent of Lebanese nuns to provide bed and breakfast to a limited number of students.
www.latin.org /latin/foster/FAQ.html   (1748 words)

  
 WHERE'S THE BUFFET? - People - Tom   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Born in the glorious spring of 1859 in a townhouse in Midyorkfordshire, young Reginald Kilpatrick Foster III bespoke from a very young age a desire to travel abroad and see the great things of the world.
After taking our young Reginald under his wing, he set forth on his most dashing expedition to date: he was to circumnavigate the globe, and in particular he wished to stop by for a bit at some of the southern Pacific islands, where the young ladies preferred not to wear so many garments.
Reginald, now age 20, weathered his first major expedition admirably, and even found himself at one point engaged in combat with the most dastardly pirate of the Indian ocean, Fernando Fernandi.
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 MHS Hilda Chase Foster Papers, 1873-1974 : Guide to the Collection   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Hilda Chase Foster (1891-1974) was born in Brookline, Massachusetts, the daughter of Charles Henry Wheelwright Foster (1859-1955) and Mabel Chase Hill Foster (1864-1925).
Charles Henry Wheelwright Foster was born in 1859 in Brookline, Mass.
In the process of compiling The Memoirs of Hilda Chase Foster, Anne Farlow Morris, the donor of the collection and grandniece of Hilda Chase Foster, organized the papers into six periods of her life, each corresponding to specific chapters of The Memoirs.
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 Famous Latinist fired from Gregorian University, announces new school
Reginald Foster, one of the most renowned Latinists in the world, was fired last week from the Gregorian University by the Society of Jesus, stating that too many students were taking Fr.
Foster’s students were not registered with the university; however, it was well known that his program was attracting Latinists from all corners, many of whom did enroll in the mother of Jesuit Universities.
Perhaps some of these should be told of Foster's fate and encouraged to close their purses to an institution no longer greatly interested in education.Bastainel, the present rector, is merely displaying his small-mindedness in ejecting one of the great latinists of the age.
www.catholicnewsagency.com /new.php?n=7855   (1212 words)

  
 Father Reginald Foster
Father Foster, 64, has immersed himself in Latin since he was a teenager at a Carmelite seminary in New Hampshire.
Father Foster is not one of those ritual-clinging Roman Catholics who rail against the Second Vatican Council of the 1960's, which largely did away with the Latin Mass.
Her boyfriend, John Kuhner, 28, who is writing a Latin textbook based on Father Foster's methods, said the priest was driven by fear of the language's demise.
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 Mortensen Family Tree - pafg49 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Reginald Foster [Parents] was born about 1595 in Exeter, Devonshire,, England.
Reginald Foster was born about 1636 in Exeter, Devonshire,, England.
Reginald Foster was born about 1595 and died 9 Jun 1681.
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 Foster Genealogy and Family History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
In early Foresters we find the English and Flemish* ancestors of Reginald Foster and undoubtedly of all the emigrants to Massachusetts in a early day,and in fact every one now bearing this name in the world.
Joseph Foster II of New Kent was a Vestryman of St. Peters Parish in New Kent and was a Burgess as well as his son after him.
The greatgrandson of Joseph Foster III moved westward and with a bag of Tobacco seeds among other necessities he setteled on Hurricane Creek in Putnam Co.,Virginia now West Virginia.
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 Father Reginald Foster
Part ecclesiastical oddball, part inspirational educator, the Rev. Reginald Foster is a master classicist who has devoted his life to saving Latin from extinction.
Father Foster believes that Pope John Paul II and the church establishment no longer value Latin, and as a result are spurning two millenniums of tradition.
Father Foster dismisses as a sideshow recent Vatican attempts to invigorate interest in Latin by issuing dictionaries with newly coined words for modern concepts and things, like "escariorum lavator" for "dishwasher." Instead, he uses all of Italy as a teaching tool.
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 Pope's Latinist pronounces death of a language | International News | News | Telegraph
The young priests and bishops are not studying it," said Fr Reginald Foster, 68, a Carmelite friar who was appointed the Papal Latinist 38 years ago by Pope Paul VI.
Originally from Milwaukee, Fr Foster is widely regarded as one of the world's foremost Latin scholars and until recently taught a hugely popular course at Rome's Jesuit-run Gregorian University.
Although Pope Benedict grew up with Latin, and is fluent in the language, Fr Foster said he did not "have time" to compose and translate the hundreds of documents that the Vatican issues.
www.telegraph.co.uk /news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2007/01/28/wlatin28.xml   (873 words)

  
 FOSTER, EDWARD HORATIO - Cleave's Biographical Cyclop√¶dia of Homoeopathic Physicians and Surgeons By E. Cleave - ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
FOSTER, EDWARD HORATIO - Cleave's Biographical Cyclopædia of Homoeopathic Physicians and Surgeons By E. Cleave - Presented by Sylvain Cazalet
His grandfather, Colonel Asa Foster, of Canterbury, N. H., enlisted in the American army when fourteen years of age, and was one of General Arnold's body-guard at the time of the general's desertion, at West Point.
For eight years he walked only with the aid of crutches, and was much of the time compelled to use an invalid's chair.
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 Deals E-Commerce Drive AMS Growth
Acquisitions are definitely part of the company's strategy to enhance its e-commerce capabilities, said Reginald Foster, AMS' chief e-commerce officer.
Under this program, government and commercial customers will be able to send bills and receive payments electronically, said Foster, a 20-year AMS veteran tapped in November 1998 to the newly created e-commerce post.
Foster said AMS' e-commerce efforts also will focus on building Web-based procurement systems; adding Web capabilities to current offerings such as AMS' Momentum financial management software; working with third-party vendors on Web-enabling their products; and strengthening the company's Web consulting practice.
www.washingtontechnology.com /news/13_23/cover/396-1.html   (983 words)

  
 Genealogy and History of the Family FOSTER
6 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD Foster genealogy : being the record of the posterity of Reginald Foster, an early inhabitant of Ipswich, in New England, whose genealogy is traced back to Anacher, great forrester of Flanders, who died in 837 A.D., Chicago: F.C. Pierce, 1899, Pierce, Frederick Clifton, 1085 pgs.
Foster record : an account of Thomas Foster of Billerica, Massachusetts and some of his descendants with appendices relating to intermarriages Chillingsworth, Freeman, Winslow, Lewis, King Somerville, Mass.: Fred E. Bradford, 1889, Hawes, Frank Mortimer, 172 pgs.
A pedigree of the Forsters and Fosters of the north of England : and some of the families connected with them, Foster, Joseph, 1871, 112 pgs.
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 My Family
Abraham Foster was born in 1622 in Exeter, England.
Artemas Foster was born between 1764 and 1793.
Mary Ingle FOSTER was born on 24 Mar 1881.
www.fortunecity.com /millennium/hindmarsh/384/d357.htm   (787 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
Father Reginald Foster is among the old guard.
Reginald admitted me into his program for the summer of 2001, along with some seventy other Latin students and teachers from all backgrounds and all regions of the globe.
Reginald loves Latin, and after eight weeks, his students do as well.
www.wm.edu /charlescenter/monroe/projects01/summaries/henkel.html   (460 words)

  
 dotCommonweal :: General :: Reginald Foster, OCD --Vatican Latinist-- at Notre Dame
Reginald Foster, OCD --Vatican Latinist-- at Notre Dame
Foster; but in my case he would be preaching to the converted.
Anyone who was an altar boy (no girls, then!) during those days, as I was, remembers all too well that your role was to ensure that the priest got the attendees in and get out as quickly as possible.
www.commonwealmagazine.org /blog/post/index/388/Reginald-Foster-OCD-Vatican-Latinist-at-Notre-Dame   (1045 words)

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