John FOLEY 1468 - ???
Married Charlotte b. 1472
One recorded son of John FOLEY and Charlotte
Foley is a surname which originated in Ireland, in the southeast Munster region. The name is derived from the original modern Irish Ó Foghlú and older Irish Ó Foghladha, meaning "plunderer". The Lord of the Decies (the Waterford area of Munster) was a title attributed to some early Foleys.
Waterford became the family seat, there being Foley’s still in the area. At some stage the family migrated to England and settled in the Midlands.