born to Reuben Folger and Dinah Hussey
husband to Matilda Worth married 27 November 1777, Center Monthly Meeting, Guilford, North Carolina, USA
Reuben who married Lydia Wilson
Judith who died at 5 mos
Lydia who married Thomas Swain
Rebecca who married Paul Gardner
Asa who died at 2 mos
Dinah who married Isaac Gardner II
Elizabeth who married David Gardner
Asa who lived to be 58
Alfred Moore who married Mary Polly Pegram
according to family tree (Ancestral File Number: 55RT-M1S);
burial: 1833 Liberty, Union, IN
Since his children are buried here, I bet he's buried here too, with wife Matilda Worth.
According to Quaker records the Latham Folger family were members of the Union Monthly Meeting from 1818 until 1825. On 21 September 1825, the family were given certificates to transfer to Silver Creek Monthly Meeting in Union County, Indiana.
Latham Folger was disowned by his meeting for his choice to participate in the Revolutionary War. He is a veteran of the war, so he SHOULD have a military marker.