- [S309] Transcript of the Parish Register of Cranbrook, Kent, baptism of Larrawnce Foster, son of Richard (Reliability: 3).
- [S304] Parish Registers - Vol 3, Incorporating the Mary Wigan Transcripts, The Kent Family History Society, (KFHS CD-ROM 12, including Benenden (C 1558-1906, M 1578-1836, B 1558-1906), Cranbrook (C 1559-1812, M 1559-1837, B 1559-1812) and Rolvenden (C 1558-1840, M 1558-1840, B 1558-1840);), burial of Laurence Foster, 15 Dec 1668, Rolvenden (Reliability: 2).
- [S325] Lansdell, Abbott & Nelson Genealogical Data, K.L. Watson, (1988;).
- [S310] Abstracts of Cranbrook Wills proved in the Diocesan Courts of Canterbury and now preserved in Kent Archives Office, Maidstone, Kent, 1396-1640, Jules de Launay, (Kent Record Collections/The Kent Archaeological Trust, 1984;), will no.381, proved on 2 March 1597/98 in the Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury, volume 51, folio 38 (Reliability: 3).
Will of Sara Weller, widow of Laurence Weller. Written October 1597, proved 2 March 1597/98. "Sara Weller, widow of the parish of Cranbrook, deceased, the late wife of Laurence Weller of the same parish, being after the death of the said Laurence Weller, visited with the plague and yet being of good memory and perfect understanding, not long before her death in the month of October or thereabouts in anno 1597, did make and declare her last Will and Testament in manner and form following." To her three daughters: Agnes Foster, Margaret Weller, and Ellen Weller, all her household goods given to her lately by her husband. To her two sons, Thomas and Laurence, two cupboards. Also to her three daughters, all the butter and cheese, swine, and poultry. Of the two kine given to her by her husband, one is to her daughter Ellen Weller and the other to Sara Foster, daughter of her daughter Agnes Foster. To the widow of William Weller who attended her during her sickness, a neckerchief. Witnesses: William Weller's widow, Elizabeth Weller the daughter of William Weller's widow, Ellen Weller
- [S309] Transcript of the Parish Register of Cranbrook, Kent, marriage of Lawrence Foster and Elizabeth Fowe (Reliability: 3).