Genealogical and Personal History of Western Pennsylvania, Vol. 3
Jordan, John W. (John Woolf), 1840-1921
New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Co., 1915
...EDWARD AUGUSTUS (2) REYNOLDS, son of EDWARD AUGUSTUS (1) and MARIA (DUNHAM) REYNOLDS, was born Nov. 25, 1830.He has been a resident of Crawford County throughout his life, and has been engaged in agricultural pursuits.His present farm is the old DUNHAM homestead.He is a member of the Congregational church.In politics he is a Democrat.He has served as a school director of the township.
MR. REYNOLDS married, at Meadville, Nov. 25, 1858, CATHERINE LAW KELLOGG, born Jan. 28, 1835.They have had children: 1. AFFIN KELLOGG, born Aug. 21, 1859.2. MARY.3. KATHERINE, born (pg. 1225) April 7, 1863.4. CHARLES TORBETT, born Dec. 7, 1864.5. EDMUND AUGUSTUS, born Sept. 1, 1866.6. ANNA MARIA, born March 7, 1868.7. JANE HAYES, born Feb. 14, 1870.8. GEORGE, born Aug. 18, 1871.9. WILLIAM, born Dec. 31, 1873, died October, 1875. 10. LOUISE McCLINTOCK, born Sept. 29, 1875.11. ARTHUR DUNHAM, born Jan. 14, 1877.12. FRANK NEUMAN, born Dec. 23, 1880.
MARY, daughter of EDWARD AUGUSTUS (2) and CATHERINE LAW (KELLOGG) REYNOLDS, was born in Meadville, Pa., Dec. 21, 1860.She was graduated from the Meadville High School, and has been a life-long resident of Crawford County.She is a member of the Congregational church and of the societies connected with this institution.As a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution her national number is 60,032.She is a direct descendant of CAPTAIN WILLIAM BELL and of JOHN FOSTER, (see FOSTER LINE forward) Revolutionary soldiers.She married, Sept. 23, 1885, EDMOND LINTNER IRWIN.
Pg. 1226 – The FOSTER line
(I)ARTHUR FOSTER, May 6, 1738, owned a tract of 250 acres of land near the city of Harrisburg, Pa.
(II) JOHN FOSTER, son of ARTHUR FOSTER, was born in Paxton Township, September, 1759, on his father's homestead.He enlisted as a private, and served, 1776, in Captain William Bell's company, Fourth Battalion of Lancaster County, Pa., under the command of Colonel James Burd.The officers of this company were William Bell, captain; Andrew Stewart, first lieutenant; Conrad Jontz, second lieutenant; Samuel Simpson, ensign.
(III) DORCAS, daughter of JOHN FOSTER, married CAPTAIN WILLIAM BELL.
(IV) JANE, daughter of CAPTAIN WILLIAM and DORCAS (FOSTER) BELL, married SAMUEL HAYES.
(V) JANE, daughter of SAMUEL and JANE (BELL) HAYES, married GEORGE KELLOGG.
(VI) CATHERINE LAW, daughter of GEORGE and JANE (HAYES) KELLOGG, married EDWARD AUGUSTUS RENOLDS.
(VII)MARY, daughter of EDWARD AUGUSTUS and CATHERINE LAW (KELLOGG) REYNOLDS, was born in Vernon Township, Crawford County, Pa., (pg. 1227) Dec. 21, 1860.She married EDWARD LINTNER IRVIN.
History of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, Vol. 3
Author: Kelker, Luther Reily
New York: The Lewis Publishing Co., 1907
EVAN HENRY WATERS, second child and only son of GEORGE WASHINGTON and ANNA (NIXDORD) WATERS, was born in Fairfield, Lancaster Co., Pa., Aug. 9, 1858...
MR. EVAN HENRY WATERS married (first), Dec. 20, 1879, FLORENCE RUPP, of Wormleysburg, Cumberland County, Pa., and they had children: 1. VIOLA SYLVANIA, married ARTHUR J. FOSTER, of Harrisburg, Pa, auditor of the Pennsylvania Steel Co., and they have children: 1. THOMAS and RUTH.2. BESSIE MAY, married WALTER A. GEYER, a clerk in the employ of the Pennsylvania Steel Co.3. LAURA AGNES, deceased.MR. WATERS married (second), Dec. 18, 1896, ALICE KIMMEL, daughter of AUGUSTUS and HETTIE (KEPFORT) KIMMEL, and they had one child, EVAN DEWITT.