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Flossie Novella Call Foster
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Birth: Jul. 30, 1885
Hendricks County
Indiana, USA
Death: Oct. 17, 1983
Hendricks County
Indiana, USA

from the Guide for Oct. 22, 1983:

Flossie Novella Foster, 98, a lifetime Hendricks County resident, died Monday, Oct. 17 (1983) in the Golden Manor Health Care Center, Brownsburg. The daughter of John Smith and Nancy Jane (Singleton) Call, she was born July 30, 1885 at Pittsboro. On Nov. 2, 1902, she married Harry Foster at Pittsboro. He preceded her in death in 1967. Mrs. Foster attended school at Pittsboro and was a member of the Montclair Christian Church. She was also a charter member of the Hendricks County Womens Choir and the Lizton Home Ec Club. Services were Thursday, Oct. 20, in the Baker Funeral Home, Danville, with Rev. Rusty King officiating. Burial was in the Lizton K of P Cemetery. Surviving are daughter, Mrs. Elloree Northcott, Indianapolis; two granddaughters: Novella Beck, Indianapolis, and Nancy Weaver, California; five great-grandchildren and nine great-great-grandchildren. 
Family links: 
  John Smith Call (1838 - 1926)
  Nancy Jane Singleton Call (1845 - 1931)
  Harry Johnson Foster (1885 - 1967)*
  Elloree F. Foster Northcott (1903 - 2004)*
  Clyde Menifee Foster (1914 - 1921)*
  Ona Temple Call Hale (1868 - 1918)*
  Flossie Novella Call Foster (1885 - 1983)
*Calculated relationship
K of P Cemetery
Hendricks County
Indiana, USA
Created by: David Smith
Record added: May 18, 2011
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Flossie Novella <i>Call</i> Foster
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