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Mittie (Walser) Foster was born on August 4, 1875 in North Carolina United States to John Hubbard Walser and Eliza Jane (Myers) Walser, and had siblings Malinda Josephine (Walser) Hege, Susan Edith (Walser) Shoaf, Mary Ellen Walser, and Laura Columbus (Walser) Hobbs. Mittie Foster died at age 36 years old on August 19, 1911. Family, friend, or fan, this family history biography is for you to remember Mittie (Walser) Foster.
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I"ve been collection family tree data for about 15 years. its nice to find space to fit all the data together. Our family is a lot of gathered nationalities Norwegian, and German being the most prominent with Irish, French, English and Welsh as well as some Jewish.
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Mary is the daughter of John Hubbard Walser and Eliza Jane Myers. She was born in Davidson county and is a sister to Malinda Josephine, William Robert (who died at age 15), Susan Edith, Laura Columbus and Mittie Walser. Their father was twice a POW at Point Lookout, MD during the civil war. Mary was admitted to the asylum on 8 Oct 1889, the day of her mother's murder. The accused murderer of her mother was Bob Berrier, estranged husband of Mary's sister, Laura. Bob had reportedly heard that most of the Walser family would be accompanying Mary Ellen on her scheduled admission to the asylum. He went to the family home planning to see his estranged wife and their young daughter, Clara. He met, instead, with his mother-in-law who shut the door in his face. He reportedly responded by shooting her thrice and fleeing. His wife unable to testify against her husband a lynch mob was formed and waited for access. They eventually overwhelmed the sheriff and his men and took Mr. Berrier away to a hanging tree. He was lynched by community members none of whom stood trial. Mary Ellen would remain in care at the asylum for the next 39 years and die just before Christmas of acute multiple neuritis and dementia praecox (schizophrenia).
This account is shared by Community Support (Kathy Pinna & Daniel Pinna & Lizzie Kunde) so we can quickly answer any questions you might have. Please reach out and message us here if you have any questions, feedback, requests to merge biographies, or just want to say hi!
2020 marks 20 years since the inception of AncientFaces. We are the same team who began this community so long ago. Over the years it feels, at least to us, that our family has expanded to include so many. Thank you!
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