Foster (surname)

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The surname Foster (Forster, or Forester) derives from the ancient title and office bestowed upon those overseeing the upkeep and administration of hunting territories belonging to either the monarch, or bishop (where empowered to grant warren). The title begins to be adopted as a surname, in the historical record, from the 12th and 13th centuries onwards.

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