She married Moses Foster Jr., 27 September 1842.(2395) Moses was born 25 December 1790, in Milford, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.(2396) Moses was the son of Moses Foster and Mary Fuller. Moses died 4 April 1874, in Milford, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.(2397) According to the 1901 History of Milford Moses was a farmer and carpenter. A new history of Milford, published in 1979, has a two page spread on "The Moses Foster Homestead" belonging to this Moses and to his father. It was passed on to his son (by his first wife) John E. Foster, then to John's daughter Flora (Foster) Woodward, who lived there until 1938 before selling it out of the family. After he passed the homestead to his son he had another house built in Milford village in which he lived from 1847 until his death in 1873.(2398) He had four sons by his first wife Fanny, all of whom grew to adulthood and married: Joseph Coggin Foster, Reuben Fuller Foster, John Everett Foster, and Moses Freeman Foster.(2399).
Diana Wallingford and Moses Foster Jr. had the following children:
542 i. Diana8 Foster was born in Milford, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire 5 September 1845.(2400)
543 ii. Benjamin Franklin Foster was born in Milford, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire 8 October 1846.(2401) He married Celia F. Peabody, 25 May 1869.(2402) Celia was born 23 August 1845, in New Boston, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire.(2403) Celia was the daughter of Ezra Brown Peabody and Adaline Millin. When the History of Milford was written in 1901 Benjamin was still alive and working as an undertaker, apparently in Milford. They had only one child, a daughter.(2404)
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