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Foulke Family Historical Documents

In order to assist those researching the Foulke family, we have included several important source documents that relate to the family.  These books, journals and other pieces have been written over the last several hundred years and contain much information about our family.  A brief description follows each title.

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  • 1898 Memorial Volume -- The volume produced after the 1898 Reunion.  It contains descriptions of Edward's ancestry, a narrative of trips to Coed-y-foel, remarks by some of the members of the family at the time, and other speeches.
  • Edward Foulke's Narrative of His Removal -- Edward's description of his ancestry and his journey to America.
  • Edward Foulke's Exhortation to his Children -- Edward's advice to his children speaks volumes about the man, and can be applied to his living descendants, too.
  • Sally Wister's Journal -- Sally Wister wrote a journal of her experiences during the Revolutionary War.  She lived for a time in the Foulke Mansion at Pennlyn, PA.  This link contains an introduction to her journal, written by Albert Cook Myers in 1902.  Note that this link takes you to

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