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501)

Augusta County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists 1782 – 1795, LDS Microfilm: # 2024461

502)

Augusta County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists 1796 - 1820, LDS Microfilm: # 2024462

503)

1810 Federal Census, Augusta County, Virginia

504)

Rockbridge County, Virginia Heritage Book 1778-1997 by Rockbridge Area Genealogical Society, 1997

505)

Rockbridge County, Virginia Order Book 3, page 506, Virginia State Library 0I000 Reel 34

506)

Washington County, Virginia Deed Book 1, page 465, LDS Microfilm # 0034363, Washington County, Virginia, Deed Books, Vols. 1 & 2 1776-1802

507)

1850 Federal Census, Augusta County, Virginia

508)

Augusta County, Virginia, Will Book 11

509)

Rockbridge County, Virginia, Order Book 12

510)

1820 Federal Census, Augusta County, Virginia

511)

1830 Federal Census, Augusta County, Virginia

512)

1840 Federal Census, Augusta County, Virginia

513)

Berry Family Bible Record 1765 – 1883, The Library of Virginia,
http://www.lva.lib.va.us/index.htm
Select “What We Have”
Select “Archives and Manuscripts Catalog”
Search for “Berry Jamison”

514)

Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 10, Library of Virginia, Film 01000, Reel 46

515)

Private Collection of Naomi Youel Nielsen, 1905-1987, in LDS Microfilm # 1503998

516)

Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 16

517)

Augusta County, Virginia, Will Book 11, Virginia State Library, Reel 46, Will Book 11, 1811-1814

518)

Augusta County, Virginia, Deed Book 27

519)

Augusta County Virginia Will Book 9

520)

The Family of John and Mary Berry, from the family files of Carol T. York, 41 Four Winds Drive, Middletown, NJ 07748

521)

Thomas Berry Deposition, Abingdon, Washington County, Virginia, Simon Ely vs. James Thompson--O. S. 36; N. S. 12 in the Chancery Court files, Augusta County, Virginia

522)

Thomas Berry Jr ‘Jocky’ and His Descendants, by Ron Thompson crash74@earthlink.net 

523)

Williamson County, Tennessee, Deed Book A1-166

524)

Washington County, Virginia Judgement Book 1, page 14

525)

Washington County, Virginia Will Book 1

526)

Land Deed Genealogy of Davidson County, Tennessee 1783-1792, by Helen C. & Timothy R. Marsh. Greenville, S.C., Southern Historical Press, 1992

527)

Tennessee Land Grants by Barbara Byron & Samuel Sistler, Nashville, TN, 1999, Sistler & Associates

528)

Land Deed Genealogy of Davidson County, Tennessee, Vol. 3, 1797-1803 by Helen C. & Timothy R. Marsh. Greenville, S.C., Southern Historical Press, 1992

529)

Davidson County, Tennessee, County Court Minutes, 1783-1929,
Minutes, v. A-C 1783-1802 FHL US/CAN Film 205435
Minutes, v. D-F 1802-1809 FHL US/CAN Film 205436
Minutes, v. G-H 1809-1812 FHL US/CAN Film 205437

530)

Washington County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists 1806 - 1820 , LDS Microfilm #1905745

531)

Williamson County, Tennessee Deeds, by Louise Gillespie Lynch,
v. 1. Deed Books A-1, A-2, B, 1800-1811
v. 2. Deed Books C, D, E, 1811-1820,
Greenville, S.C., Southern Historical Press, 1992

532)

Washington County, Virginia Deed Book 3, Washington County, Virginia Deeds. Vol. 3 1802-1808 FHL US/CAN Film 34365

534)

Minute Books 1-2, 1800-1815, Williamson County, Tennessee, FHL US/CAN Film 453331

535)

Miscellaneous Records of Williamson County, Tennessee, Vol. 1, by Louise Gillespie Lynch, Southern Historical Press, Greenville S.C., 1973

536)

Washington County, Virginia Will Book, Vol. 4-6 1812-1834, FHL US/CAN Film 34357

537)

Williamson County, Tennessee Wills and Inventories 1800-1818, FHL US/CAN Film 24871 Items 2-3

538)

1810 Federal Census, Washington County, Virginia

539)

Knox County, Tennessee Revolutionary War Pension Application of William Alexander S1785, available online at:
http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/tn/+index+6626110493634+F

540)

Augusta County, Virginia Personal Property Tax Lists 1811 - 1820, LDS Microfilm: # 2024463

541)

1850 Federal Census, Subdivision 30, Sullivan County, Tennessee

542)

Family Bible Record of Jonathan Dryden & Hannah Duff, pages 368-370 in Notebook Labeled: “DRYDEN, Shenandoah 3B, 314-437” in the Leslie Dryden Collection, Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture at Salisbury State University, Power Professional Building, Wayne and Power Streets, Salisbury, Maryland 21801 [410/543-6312]

543)

Augusta County, Virginia, Will Book 4

544)

The 1771 Cummings Petition, Location of the Homes of the Signers, by Gordon Aronheim. Historical Society of Washington County, Virginia, Publication Series II, No. 16

545)

High on a Windy Hill, by Catherine Sanders McConnell The Overmountain Press, Johnson City, Tennessee, 1995.

546)

1850 Federal Census, District 61, Montgomery County, Missouri

547)

Nathaniel Julian Dryden Family Bible, available online at Ancestry.com, Missouri Bible Records, Volume 1. Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2000. Original data: Ellsberry, Elizabeth Prather, comp. Bible Records of Missouri, Volume 1. Chillicothe, MO: Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, 1963. “William Dryden, 4th son of David Dryden, Jr., born Oct. 18th 1784 in Virginia, died Dec. 21, 1858 migrated from Washington County, ...”

548)

Virginia Land Office Records
The Library of Virginia http://www.lva.lib.va.us/index.htm 
Select “What We Have”
Select “Land Records”
Select “Virginia Land Office Patents and Grants/Northern Neck Grants and Surveys”
At “Type Word or Phrase” enter: dryden, david
Select entry for David Dryden in 1785
Open link, below, for document

http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/cgi-bin/GetLONN.pl?first=94&last=&g_p=GO&collection=LO Grant 

549)

Virginia’s Colonial Soldiers by Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1988

550)

Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 1

551)

Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 3

552)

Augusta County, Virginia, Sheffet's Administrator vs. Rankin's Administrator--O. S. 357; N. S. 129

553)

Samuel Henry & Elizabeth Berry Descendants, by Betty Simms gbtexas@comcast.com, documentation based on the 1969 research of Mary Nell Royal Graves, direct descendant of James Henry/Margaret Maxwell.

554)

Families of Washington County and Bristol, Virginia (1776-1996),compiled by the Holston Territory Genealogical Society and Don Mills, Inc., (Waynesville, NC: Walsworth Publishing, 1996

555)

Descendants of Edward Moore and Amy Ashley, MOORE NEWS, Volume II, Issue 29-N, June 14, 1997, http://www.public.asu.edu/~moore/news/newsb29n 
Index to all volumes: http://www.public.asu.edu/~moore/news/ 

556)

Ledger of Samuel Finley Campbell, 1845, by Mrs. H. W. (Sara John) English, Ledger entries made in Morgan County, Illinois 1832 to 1887. This ledger was written in the handwriting of Samuel F. Campbell, and was kept up to his death. It is now (1927) owned by Mrs. A. B. McKinney (his daughter) who lives west of Jacksonville, Illinois. This record was copied October 29th, 1927 by Sara John English, State Librarian, Illinois D.A.R., from the old book itself. Samuel Finley Campbell was a grandson of John and Hannah Berry.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilmaga/newspapers/campbellsaml.html 

557)

Virginia Land Office Records

Land Office Grants, John Berry, The Library of Virginia,
http://www.lva.lib.va.us/index.htm
Select “What We Have”
Select “Land Records”
Select “Virginia Land Office Patents and Grants/Northern Neck Grants and Surveys”
Search for “Berry, John”

558)

The Berry-Moore Family Bible in possession of Mrs. Sally Jones, 1610 College Street, Springfield, IL 65806 in 1985, per information from Imogene Bennett Imogene.Bennett@att.net

559)

Tarkingtons of Tennessee: Genealogy of John G. Tarkington, by Sarah Peery Armistead, Arm6007@aol.com  and http://www.tarkington.com/ 

560)

George Rogers Clark and His Men: Military Records 1778-1784, compiled by Margery Heberling Harding (Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort, 1981, pages 83, 84 and 93

561)

Early Kentucky Householders 1787-1811, by Sutherland, James F. , Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, 1986

562)

Descendants of John Allen Givens and Jane Berry by Phyllis Ewer phyllisewer@hotmail.com  cites 1850 census for Monroe County, Van Buren Township, Indiana, household (610) of John A. and Jane Givens (age 64) and Jane (Berry) Givens tombstone which gives death date of 3 July 1866, aged 80 years 5 months, 25 days

563)

John P. Berry, August 1869 Obituary in The Christian Record, page 572 from the archives of the Disciples of Christ Historical Society, 1101 19th Avenue S, Nashville, TN 37212-2196

564)

Lincoln County, Virginia Will Records Book No. 1, page 189

565)

Lincoln County, Kentucky Tax Lists 1787-1805, LDS Microfilm, FHC # 0008114

566)

Lincoln County, Kentucky Marriage Bonds

567)

The Tinkling Spring: Headwater of Freedom, by Howard McKnight Wilson, McClure Press, Vernon, Virginia, 1954

568)

Augusta County, Virginia, Deed Book 15, pages 229 - 233

569)

Botetourt County, Virginia, First Surveys in The Virginia Genealogist, Vol. 8, No. 1, Jan – Mar 1964

570)

History of Southwest Virginia 1746-1786, Washington County 1777- 1870, by Lewis Preston Summers, Baltimore, Regional Publishing Company 1971

571)

1830 Federal Census, Washington County, Virginia

572)

Land Office Grants, Samuel Henry, The Library of Virginia, Land Office Grants No. 47, 1800-1801, p. 296 (Reel 113)
http://www.lva.lib.va.us/index.htm
Select “What We Have”
Select “Land Records”
Select “Virginia Land Office Patents and Grants/Northern Neck Grants and Surveys”
Search for “Henry, Samuel”

573)

Land Office Grants, John Berry, The Library of Virginia, Land Office Grants No. 5, 1786, p. 148 (Reel 71)
http://www.lva.lib.va.us/index.htm
Select “What We Have”
Select “Land Records”
Select “Virginia Land Office Patents and Grants/Northern Neck Grants and Surveys”
Search for “Berry, John”

574)

Land Office Grants, Thomas Berry, The Library of Virginia, Land Office Grants   S, 1785-1786, p. 7 (Reel 59)http://www.lva.lib.va.us/index.htm,

Select “What We Have”

Select “Land Records”

Select “Virginia Land Office Patents and Grants/Northern Neck Grants and Surveys”

Search for “Berry, Thomas”

575)

Washington County, Virginia, Deed Book A

576)

Family Record of Francis Berry and Wife Sarah Sharp, in Possession of Mrs. Frank Craig, Corbin, Whitley Co, KY, a descendant of their son, John Wesley Berry” as certified by Ruby Berry Stallings, 3 Nov 1957. “DRYDEN, Shenandoah 3B, 314-437” Leslie Powell Dryden Collection, Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture at Salisbury State University, Power Professional Building, Wayne and Power Streets, Salisbury, Maryland 21801 (410/543-6312)

The following notarized statement accompanies this record: "I, Ruby Berry Stallings, certify that the above and foregoing is a true and correct copy of the Family Records of Francis Berry and wife Sarah Sharp and their son John Berry and his wife Nancy Clark as entered in the family Bible of Mrs. Frank Craig, Corbin, Kentucky, formerly of Meadow Creek, Whitley County, Kentucky." (This statement was notarized in 1957.)

577)

Land Acquisitions in the Region of What Would Become Bourbon County, Virginia (Kentucky) 1779-1780,

http://web.me.com/darby1736/Site/Ruddells_and_Martins_Forts/Entries/2010/1/28_land_acquisitions_near_ruddle%E2%80%99s_and_martin%E2%80%99s_forts.html,

Information is taken from the “Certificate Book of the Virginia Land Commission, 1779-1780," compiled by S. Emmett Lucas, Jr. (Southern Historical Press, Easly, South Carolina). Land Acquisitions Near Ruddle's and Martin's Forts, 1779-1780

578)

Militia at Martin’s Station March 13 to June 26, 1780, A payroll of Capt. Charles Gatliffs Company of militia Martin’s Station, Kentucky County for the year one thousand seven hundred and eighty (1780), published in “The Ruddlesforter” online Newsletter, V1-2:27, Spring, 2000 http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Trail/3320/ramsha.htm 

579)

Ruddell’s and Martin’s Forts, List of Captives Taken by the British & Indian Forces June 24 & 26,1780,
http://web.me.com/darby1736/Bourbon/Ruddells_and_Martins_Forts/Entries/2008/4/9_The_Captives.html

580)

The Life and Times of Solomon Caleb Litton Sr., letter published in “The Ruddlesforter” on-line newsletter of the Ruddell and Martin Stations Historical Association, Spring 2001, page 22.

http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Trail/3320/ramsha.htm 

http://www.shawhan.com/Litton.html 

581)

Rebel Prisoners at Quebec 1778-1783: Being a List of American Prisoners Held by the British during the Revolutionary War, Chris McHenry, Compiler, 1981 Halderman Papers, Add Mss 21, 843 ? Microfilm Roll A-765. P.289

582)

Sullivan County, Tennessee, Deed Book 1-2, 1775-1795, abstracted from the original records (Edwards, 1994)

583)

Sarah Sharp (Berry) Dryden Obituary, St. Louis Christian Advocate, April 21, 1875, page 6, received from Missouri United Methodist Archives Family Files of Dorothy V. Wray 1416 Grand Avenue, Sweetwater, TX 79556 dvwray@ifriendly.com 

584)

The Kentucky Land Grants, Vol. I-II, by Willard Rouse Jillson, Filson Club Publications, Louisville, KY, 1925

585)

Whitley County, Kentucky Will Book 1

586)

Federal Census, Whitley County, Kentucky

587)

Draper Manuscripts Accounts Relating to Ruddle's and Martin's Forts, from the Lyman Draper Interviews, http://web.me.com/darby1736/Site/Ruddells_and_Martins_Forts/Entries/2010/1/28_Draper_accounts_relating_to_ruddle%E2%80%99s_and_martin%E2%80%99s_forts.html, Draper Manuscript Collection 29J:21

588)

Martin’s Station, Bob Francis’ Root and Branch website:
http://web.me.com/darby1736/Bourbon/Ruddells_and_Martins_Forts/Entries/2008/4/9_The_Captives.html

589)

Family Papers of Mary Ellen (McCord Taylor), (Mrs. Robert L. Taylor) 5 Carolina Meadows, Apt. 204, Chapel Hill, NC 27514-8522, Descendant of Esther Berry and David McCord May, 1999 correspondence]

590)

Account of our Ancestors on Trip to Canada as War Prisoners by Mrs. Adelaide Berry Duncan, 1893 letters of Adelaide Berry Duncan, wife of Dixon Sharp Duncan, to their son George F. Duncan, Her parents were Dale Lafayette Berry and Polly Porterfield. Dale Lafayette Berry, b. 1796 was a son of Francis "Frank" and Sarah "Sallie" (Sharp) Berry. Dixon's parents were John Duncan Jr and Mary "Polly" Laughlin and John Jr’s parents were Capt. John Duncan and Elinor "Nellie" Sharp. Elinor Sharp Duncan and Sarah Sharp Berry were sisters, available on at Bob Francis’ Root and Branch website:

http://web.me.com/darby1736/Site/Ruddells_and_Martins_Forts/Entries/2008/4/9_The_Berry_Family.html 

591)

1830 Federal Census, Greene County, Tennessee

592)

History of Coles County, Illinois, by Charles Edward Wilson, 1905
Chapter III: Early Settlements, available online at: http://www.iltrails.org/coles/chapter3.html 

593)

1840 Federal Census, Edgar County, Illinois

594)

Death Records of Presbyterian Church of Paris, Illinois: First Record Book Edgar County Genealogy Library, Paris, Illinois

595)

Mecklenburg County, North Carolina Will Book E

596)

 

597)

Sons of DeWitt Colony Texas, Wallace L. McKeehan, 1997-1998, All Rights Reserved, http://www.tamu.edu/ccbn/dewitt/dewitt.htm

Lista de los Havitantes de la Colonia de DeWitt  (Inhabitants DeWitt Colony 1828),

DeWitt Colonists of 1828 Residents by Census & Residents by Other Records

http://www.tamu.edu/ccbn/dewitt/1828census.htm

Dewitt Colonists 1828, Biographical Sketches:  Francis Berry & Esther Berry House Floyd Clark, Alamo Widow

http://www.tamu.edu/ccbn/dewitt/1828census.htm#biosketches

Gonzales County Tax Rolls, 1837, 1838, 1839

http://www.tamu.edu/ccbn/dewitt/Taxrolls.htm

598)

1850 Federal Census Caldwell County, Texas

599)

Family Files of Sterling Price Berry, Descendant of John Berry/Nancy Claybrook, 898 Lakeland Court,  Grosse Pointe, MI 48230-1285 spberry@worldnet.att.net

600)

1850 Federal Census Cole County, Missouri

 

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