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Timeline of Elizabeth Berry and John McCleary

 

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Descendants of John McClary & Elizabeth Berry from the family files of Christa Barton
Approximate birth date of John McCleary

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Descendants of John McClary & Elizabeth Berry from the family files of Christa Barton
Approximate Birth of Elizabeth Berry

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Family Records and History: Descendants of John Berry (176 – 1838) & Elizabeth Claypool (1781 – 1863), by Lucy Ross Berry (1889 – 1963)
Marriage of Elizabeth Berry and John McCleary in Augusta County, Virginia
I do not know the name of the sister who married John Tate, but a sister, Elizabeth, married John McCleary and William married first Rebecca McCleary in 1776 at Fairfax Court House, Augusta Co, Va, and Margaret Collins 2nd in St. Louis Co Mo, a niece of John, all of Virginia.

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Descendants of John McClary & Elizabeth Berry from the family files of Christa Barton
Uncle Will of Wildwood: Nineteenth Century Life in the Bluegrass, Frances Jewell McVey & Robert Berry Jewell
Birth of Margaret McClary in Augusta County, Virginia

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Descendants of John McClary & Elizabeth Berry from the family files of Christa Barton
Birth of Nancy McClary in Augusta County, Virginia

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Descendants of John McClary & Elizabeth Berry from the family files of Christa Barton
Birth of George W. McClary in Augusta County, Virginia

1788

Fayette County Kentucky Tax List 1788
John McClary

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Descendants of John McClary & Elizabeth Berry from the family files of Christa Barton
Birth of John Hamilton McClary in Fayette County, Kentucky

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Descendants of John McClary & Elizabeth Berry from the family files of Christa Barton
Birth of James H. McClary in Fayette County, Kentucky

1795952

Descendants of John McClary & Elizabeth Berry from the family files of Christa Barton
Birth of Mary McClary in Fayette County, Kentucky

13 Feb. 1797952,954

Woodford County, Kentucky, Deed Book C, page 112
John McCleary gives bond for title for 185 acres in Woodford Co, KY on Glenn’s Creek on the road leading from Woodford courthouse to Frankfort and being a part of John Holly’s settlement whereon William Scott now lives. This bond for title was made to Reuben Searcy or Robert Patterson.

Witnesses: Edmund Searey, John Berry, James Dunn, Charles Pegman.

13 May 1797952,954

Woodford County, Kentucky, Deed Book C, page 121
John McCleary of Woodford county buys from Reuben Searey of Madison county 185 acres Beginning at John Holly’s sink Hole Spring and running East to Skellion’s military line .....
Witnesses: Robert Searey, Thos. Farrow, Leonard Searcy

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Descendants of John McClary & Elizabeth Berry from the family files of Christa Barton
Birth of Jane McClary in Woodford County, Kentucky

1800956

Woodford County, Kentucky Tax List
John McClary

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Descendants of John McClary & Elizabeth Berry from the family files of Christa Barton
Death of John McCleary in Woodford County, Kentucky

9 Mar. 1810957

Woodford County, Kentucky, Deed Book E, page 72
Elizabeth McClary and George W. McCleary of Woodford county buy 60 acres in Woodford Co. for $150.00 being the land whereon the said Elizabeth now lives on the waters of Clenn Creek between Virgil McCracken’s preemption and Samuel Estill’s preemption. The bought the above tract from Robert Johnson, “surviving trustee for John Craig”. No witnesses.

April 1810958

Woodford County, Kentucky Will Book C, page 269
Agreeable to an order of the worshipful Court of Woodford County at their April Court 1810 to us the undersigned Commissioners directed to divide the estate of John McClary Decd. as in said order mentioned do report that there is six negroes belonging to said estate which we value as follows, to wit: Hannah, $265.00; Lucy, $333.33; Nel, $400.00, Lewis, $280.00; Eliza, $280.00; and Joe $120.00 amounting in the whole to $1578.33, the widow’s right of dower to $526.22 leaving a balance of $1052.22 to be divided among Legatees, to each $150.31.
Benj. Berry
V. McCracken
Nathl. Hart

May 1810959

Woodford County, Kentucky Court
The Committee to allot to Elizabeth McClary her dower in and divide the residue of the estate of John McClary, decd. among the infant heirs was returned and ordered recorded.
John McKinney, C.W.C.

1810961

Federal Census Woodford County, Kentucky
Elizabeth McClary
farm
1 male 10 – 15 James (19)
2 males 16 – 25 George (~22), John (22)
1 female 10 – 15 Jane (~12)
1 female 16 – 25 Mary (~15)
1 female > 45 Elizabeth
5 slaves

30 Aug. 1817952

Descendants of John McClary & Elizabeth Berry from the family files of Christa Barton
The Estate of John McClary, deceased, in account with Elizabeth McClary administratrix. In accordance with an order of the County Court of Woodford County to us directed to settle with the administratrix of John McClary deceased her administration of said decedents Estate we find the amount of the sales of said Estate to be $396.27, also we find within the hands of said administratrix vouchers for money for debts paid to the amt. of $340.40 ....We also have proceeded to allot to the widow her dower in the same estate as follows: one negro woman named Hannat at price of $250.00; one negro boy named Joe at price of $400.00; the whole valuation of the slaves being $2050.00 the widow’s proportion of which is $683.33 1/3 and after a final settlement wefind her indebtedness to the estate $4.18. We finally report that we could not divide the balance of the Estate among the Legatees in consequence of there not being as many slaves as Legatees.
Given under our hands this the 30th day of August 1817.
F. Bradford
M. Hawkins
John Thomas

13 Nov. 1818960

Woodford County, Kentucky, Deed Book I, page 383-384
We, John McClary, Samuel Trotter and Nancy his wife, late Nancy McClary, do appoint John McClary of Scott Co, KY our lawful attorney to convey to Nathaniel Hart our interest in 185 acres of land on Glenn’s Creek in Woodford County. Said land was conveyed to John McClary, deceased, by Reuben Searcy.
Acknowledgement:
State of Ohio, Miami County. John McClary, of said state and county appeared before two justices of the peace and acknowledged the above to be his voluntary deed and act.
State of Ohio, Warren County. Samuel Trotter and Nancy, his wife, acknowledge the above power of attorney to be their voluntary deed and act.

10 Mar. 1820960

Woodford County, Kentucky, Deed Book I, page 384
Elizabeth (Berry) McClary, John McClary, Samuel Trotter and Nancy, his wife formerly Nancy McClary, Michael Goddard and Margaret his wife, formerly Margaret McClary, Jane T. McClary, James H. McClary and James W. Grant and Mary, his wife, formerly Mary McClary, all heirs of John McClary, deceased, sell for $500.00 to Nathaniel Hart, 185 acres on Glenn’s Creek. Beginning at John Holley’s Sink Hole Spring.
Witnesses:
Laetitia P. Hart
Louisiana B. Hart
Nathaniel Hart

1820962

Federal Census, Georgetown, Scott County, Kentucky
Jas. W. Grant
1 male 16- 18
2 males 16-26
1 male 16-26 James W. Grant
1 female <10
2 females 16-26 Mary (McClary) (~25) & sister Jane (McClary) (~22)
1 female > 45 Elizabeth (Berry) McClary (~59)

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Federal Census, Georgetown, Scott County, Kentucky
James W. Grant
2 males <5
1 male 5-10
1 male 10-15
2 males 15-20
1 male 30-40 James W. Grant
1 female 10-15
1 female 30-40 Mary (McClary) (~35)
1 female 60-70 Elizabeth (Berry) McClary (~69)

 

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