|Birth: ||Sep. 5, 1859|
|Death: ||Oct. 30, 1918|
Sarah Elizabeth (Liddie) Foster was born September 5, 1859 at White Lake, Oakland, Michigan to Charles Henry Foster and Anne Rolfe. She died October 30, 1918 at Sunnydell, Madison Co., Idaho and buried at Archer.
Sarah married first on July 19, 1877 at Maple Grove, Saginaw Co., Michigan to Albert Safford. They were the parents of Ida Mae; Floyd Henry; Oscar Warren; George Adelbert and Ernest Albert Safford. Albert died in Teton Co., Idaho in 1890. Albert was buried in a field along with about 4 other relatives. Cultivation and heavy rains uncovered the graves and they were moved to more appropriate cemeteries. Albert and son Ernest were shipped to Eden,Jerome, Idaho and reburied in the Eden Cemetery. Family visited the graves in early 60's, but since then markers have become weathered beyond able to read, or disappeared altogether. Also buried in Eden Cemetery is Albert and Sarah's infant grandson, Floyd Safford, son of George and Martha Safford. This marker too, is gone.
Sarah married 2nd to Richard Thomas Bingham, on September 1, 1891 in the Teton Basin, Bingham, co.,Idaho, and they became the parents of Charles Columbus, John Rueben, and Thomas Brian Bingham. This marriage ended in divorce as well as Sarah's following marriages to Frank B. Jones on January 1, 1907 and last marriage to William Spears from Beaverhead, Montana. They married 8 Nov 1908 in Humphrey, Fremont Co., Idaho. Upon her death her body was claimed by Mr. Bingham.
Charles Henry Foster (1827 - 1910)
Ann Rolfe Foster (1839 - 1912)
Ida Mae Safford Ebbett (1878 - 1951)*
Floyd Henry Safford (1880 - 1899)*
Oscar Warren Safford (1883 - 1955)*
George Adelbert Safford (1884 - 1954)*
John Reuben Bingham (1897 - 1980)*
Sarah Elizabeth Foster Bingham (1859 - 1918)
Nora Alberta Foster Bates (1864 - 1898)*
Stephen George Foster (1869 - 1901)*
Maintained by: The Old Homestead
Originally Created by: Anonymous
Record added: Dec 21, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 12758241
Great Grandmother Liddie was known for her peonies which she brought from Michigan to Idaho by covered wagon. Thank you both for the headstone photos.- Butterfly|
Added: Jul. 21, 2007
Butterfly I tried and finally got this headstone for you but I see you already have it. I hope you are as happy as I was to find it for you. God Bless you|
Added: Apr. 16, 2007