Daniel Folger and Judith Worth Folger were members of the Religious Society of Friends.As such the birth of their son Thomas was recorded in the records of the Saratoga/Easton Monthly Meeting.The entry in the meeting records indicates that Thomas Folger was born on the 8th day of 2nd month, 1777 at Saratoga.In this instance the reference to "at Saratoga" means Saratoga Patent in the Saratoga District of Albany County, NY.
However the section of the Saratoga Patent where Daniel Folger had settled is now known as the Town of Easton, Washington County NY.
Thomas Folger is mentioned in the meeting records a second time.The second entry indicates that he was disowned on the 13th day of the 4th month of 1797.However, it does not indicate why he was disowned.
It is also significant that Thomas Folger is not mentioned in They Were Here Too: Genealogies of the Owners of the Inn at Eas6on Corners (Volume I) by Jane Betsey Welling.Many of his siblings were, but he was not.So maybe he removed from Easton and that accounted for his having been disowned.The other common reason for being disowned was for marrying out of unity.
Do you have any information on where Daniel Folger was born and where he lived before he settled in the Saratoga District of Albany County, NY?