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601) 

Revolutionary War Pension Application of Francis Berry, Number R 795,   National Archives microfilm publication 804, Caldwell County, Texas - Revolutionary War Pension, Application of Francis Berry, Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty Warrant Application File, roll 226, frame 503

602)

Virginia Revolutionary Pension Applications, Volume Six, abstracted and compiled by John Frederick Dorman, Washington, D.C., 1961

603)

Gonzales County, Republic of Texas  Deed Book D

604)

Petition of John Oliver Jr.,  Caldwell County, Texas, First District Court, Spring Term File No. 316

605)

Family Files of Charlsie English Moore, Descendant of Tillman Berry/Caroline Galbreath”  P. O. Box 310925, New Braunfels, TX 78131-0925, CMooreasjj@aol.com

606)

Cole County, Missouri April Term, Circuit Court, Book 1

607)

History of Texas from 1685 to 1892 by John Henry Brown, Volumes I and II, E.E. Daniels, Publisher, printed by Beckford & Co., St. Louis, 1893

608) 

Esther Berry House Floyd Clark:  A Pioneer Woman and Her Family, by Tommie Stulting, Waelder, Gonzales County, Texas, from Plum Creek Almanac, Vol. 8, No. 1 Spring 1990

609)

Caldwell County, Texas 1848 Tax List http://www.rootsweb.com/~txcaldwe/taxlist.txt

Available online at the USGenWeb, Caldwell County, Texas web page, http://www.rootsweb.com/~txcaldwe/index.htm

610)

Caldwell County, Texas Deed Book D

611)

Miscellaneous Texas Newspaper Abstracts - Deaths, Volume 1, compiled by Michael Kelsey, Nancy Graff Floyd, Ginny Guinn Parsons, published by Heritage   Books, Inc. 1995, page 102

612)

Duplicate Headright Certificate No. 10, Gonzales, Texas, File No. 152, Texas General Land Office

613) 

Petition for the Creation of the County of Plum Creek from Memorials and Petitions Texas State Library, Archives Division. Plum Creek Almanac Vol.1#1, Fall 1983, page 19, Caldwell County Texas Genealogy & Historical Society

614)

Caldwell County in The Handbook of Texas Online, http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/view/CC/hcc1.html

(Caldwell County formed from Gonzales County, Texas in March 1848.)

615)

Caldwell County, Texas Probate Index, Book A, in USGenWeb Caldwell County, Texas home page at http://www.rootsweb.com/~txcaldwe/probate1.txt

copied by Marjorie Fairchild and Arnolia Appling, Harwood, Texas and published in the South Texas Genealogical & Historical Society(Gonzales) Gonzales] Quarterly,  starting at Vol. VIII, No. 4, (1974) et seq (Re-published by permission of the author.)

616)

Duplicate Headright Certificate No. 10, Gonzales, Texas, File No. 152,Texas General Land Office

617)

Fayette County, Virginia/Kentucky Tax Books, 1787 – 1804, LDS Microfilm # 7957

618)

Harrison County, Kentucky Tax Listings 1809 - 1828, LDS microfilm number 8022

619)

Harrison County, Kentucky Tax Listings 1829 - 1845, LDS microfilm number 8023

620)

Harrison County, Kentucky Will Book C

621)

Harrison County, Kentucky Marriage Bonds

622)

The Missouri Whig, Vol. X, Palmyra (MO), Thursday, February 22, 1849, No. 23

623)

Harrison County, Kentucky, Marriage Bonds

624)

1840 Federal Census Monroe County, Missouri

625)

Authentic Official and Private Sources, Including a History of Their Townships, Towns and Villages, Together with a Condensed History of Missouri .... Biographical Sketches of Prominent Citizens” St. Louis: National Historical Company, 1884

626)

Fleming County, Kentucky, Set, file 3431

627)

Fleming County, Kentucky File #5986

628)

Fleming County, Kentucky, Fleming Circuit, St.

629)

Harrison County, Kentucky Deed Book 9

630)

Fleming County, Kentucky, Nesbit & Brown To Deed of Partition

631)

1830 Federal Census, Marion County, Missouri

632)

Marion County, Missouri Deed Book ___, Page ___

633)

Harrison County, Kentucky December Court

634)

Harrison County, Kentucky Circuit Court in Chancery

635)

1850 Federal Census, Monroe County, Missouri

636)

1830 Federal Census, Ralls County, Missouri

637)

1860 Federal Census, Monroe County, Missouri

638)

1840 Federal Census, Monroe County, Missouri

639)

1850 Federal Census, Posey County, Indiana, Smith Township

640)

1860 Federal Census, Posey County, Indiana, Smith Township

641)

1830 Federal Census, Posey County, Indiana, Smith Township

642)

1840 Federal Census, Posey County, Indiana, Smith Township

643)

1870 Federal Census, Posey County, Indiana, Smith Township

644)

Family Files and Research Papers of Delores Berry Blase, 691 Pleasant Ridge Road, Fairview Heights, Illinois 63308

645)

1850 Federal Census, Nicholas County, Kentucky, Dwelling Number 668, Family Number 670, page 493

646)

1850 Federal Census, Montgomery County, Kentucky, page 57

647)

1810 Federal Census, Montgomery County, Kentucky, page 382

648)

Milford Berry Biographical Sketch, (Nicholas County, Union Precinct) from History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky, ed. by William Henry Perrin, O. L. Baskin & Co., Chicago, 1882. page 787. Available online at: USGenWeb Kentucky Biography Project http://www.rootsweb.com/~kygenweb/kybiog/nicholas/berry.m.txt 
Milford Berry (1817-1891) was a son of John Berry/Polly Coons and a grandson of Thomas Berry

649)

Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 33

650)

Montgomery County, Kentucky Deed Book ___, pages 106-107

651)

HOWE'S FUNERAL BOOK: Rev. Joseph P. Howe, Montgomery Co., KY

available online at http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ky/montgomery/howe/funerals.txt 

652)

Descendants of James Trimble & Rachel Berry, Research Papers of Mary Ellen Baker 703 S. Library, Waterloo, IL 62298 vbaker@htc.net 

653)

1820 Federal Census Washington County, Virginia

654)

Importations, Philip H. Fry in William Wallace Scott's, A History of Orange County, Virginia from Its Formation in 1734 (O.S.) to the End of Reconstruction in 1870, Richmond Va.: Everett Waddey Co., 1907, pp. 225-229.
Reprinted by Chesapeake Book Co., Berryville, Va., 1962 and by Regional Publishing, Baltimore, 1974
Permanent entry number: 2291821 Accession number: 9751079
Source publication code: 2302
Source annotation: Persons who proved their importation to obtain "head rights" to land in the Colony. Also in no. 0720, Boyer, Ship Passenger Lists, the South, pp. 91-95 and see nos. 5831, Morton; and 3816, King. Source: Passenger and Immigration Lists Index
/ifa/co_354toc.html-intro/ifa/co_354toc.html-introData Introduction
Addendum 2 Headrights of Orange Co., Virginia[1] Headrights were grants of 50 acres of land per "head" - or per white male over the age of 16 who transported himself to the colonies. They appear in the Court of Common Pleas in the county in which the land was granted. The attached file includes the headrights copied from the Orange Co., Va Court of Common Pleas in the 18th Century. These headrights function as the only real immigration record for English, Scot or Irish immigrants in that time period. The headright identifies the country of origin and generally the port of entry in the colonies.

655)

Rockbridge County, Virginia Order Books, Virginia State Library 0I000, Microfilmed Records of Rockbridge County, Reels: 33, 34, 35

656)

Family Files and Research Papers of Bill McCampbell, 910 Shannondale Way, Maryville, TN 37803

BMcCamp@email.msn.com

657)

Revolutionary War Pension Application of William Berry, Number S 2.371. 2 November 1832, Mercer County, Ohio

658)

Family Files and Research Papers of Sandra Brading, Descendant of William Berry. 1215 Oakridge Court, Wapakoneta, OH 45895 sbrading@woh.rr.com 

659)

Rockbridge County, Virginia Tax Lists 1782-1820, Virginia State Library, Virginia Department of Taxation microfilm Rl # 299

660)

Rockbridge County, Virginia, Deed Book C (1794-1798)

661)

Shelby County History, online at: US GenWeb: Shelby County, Ohio, http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohshelby 
Shelby county was formed in 1819 from Miami County

662)

1820 Federal Census, Shelby County, Ohio

663)

1830 Federal Census St. Mary’s, Mercer County, Ohio

664)

 

665)

1840 Federal Census, Cedar Creek, Allen County, Indiana

666)

1810 Federal Census, Bath County, Virginia, Series: M252, Roll: 66, page: 463

667)

The Tallman Family: James Boone Tallman & Jemima Gillespie, Richard Tallman World Connect website:
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgibin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=ricktallman&id=I007027
Rick@Tallman.com 

668)

1820 Federal Census, Bath County, Virginia

669)

Abstracts of the Wills and Inventories of Bath County 1791-1842 Will Books 1-4, by Jean Randolph Bruns, January 1999

670)

Pocahontas County, Virginia Deed Book __, Page __

671)

Pocahontas County, Virginia Order Book #2, Page 74

672)

1830 Federal Census, Pocahontas County, Virginia, M19_199

673)

1840 Federal Census Lewis County, Virginia, M704_566

674)

1810 Federal Census Bath County, Virginia, M252_66

675)

1850 Federal Census, Pocahontas County, Virginia District 47

676)

Descendants of Alexander Gillespie and Jane Blake & Descendants of Nancy Gillespie and William Kerr, Family Files of Stephanie Deal sierra@zoomnet.net 

677)

1840 Federal Census Pocahontas County, Virginia, M704_571

678)

1860 Federal Census, Pocahontas County, Virginia, Green Bank, M653_1371

679)

1840 Federal Census Greenbrier County, Virginia, South Greenbriar, M704_556

680)

1850 Federal Census Greenbrier County, Virginia, District 18, M432_947

681)

1860 Federal Census Lewisburg, Greenbrier County, Virginia, M653_1348

682)

The 1810 State and Territory Census Amite County, Mississippi Territory, transcribed by Virginia Ewing, USGenWeb: Amite County, Mississippi, Film 0899868,  http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ms/amite/census/state/amit1810.txt

683)

Greene County, Tennessee, Will Book ___, page ____

684)

Washington County, Virginia Will Book 3

685)

George Berry 6/28/1756 VA to ca 1/3/1829 TN from “Soldiers and Patriots of the American Revolution Who Lived in Blount County” from the files of Mary Blount Chapter NSDAR compiled by Mrs. Edith Little, The Blount Journal, Vol. XV, No. 1, Spring 1999

686)

Genealogies of Virginia Families, John F. Dorman, Vol. 1, Gen. Pub., Baltimore, 1981, pages 810-814

687)

Blount County, Tennessee Deeds, Deed Book 1, 1795-1819, abstracted by Mrs. Jane Kizer Thomas, Blount County Genealogical Society, Maryville, Tennessee, 1990

688)

Blount County, Tennessee Court Records, Book 1, 1795-1804, Mountain Press, Signal Mountain, Tennessee

689)

Family Files and Research Papers of Hobert T. Berry (1930-2002), Descendant of George Berry & Elizabeth Lowery, Buffalo, Kentucky

690)

Blount County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, pages 6, 7

691)

1830 Federal Census, Blount County, Tennessee

692)

Blount County 1830 Census Project, http://www.tngenweb.org/blount/blou1830.htm  

693)

1805 Wilkinson Co. MS Census, copyrighted 1999 by Ellen Pack, 2001 – 2002 Carolyn Switzer, All Rights Reserved.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~mswilkin/1805census.htm#census

694)

Family Files and Research Papers of Caroline DeBiasi, cdbrc@charter.net 
Bible Record of John Richard Litton and wife Sarah Wilcoxsen records the date of Caleb Wilcoxsen’s birth as 30 April 1768
Caroline DeBiasi posted the following information regarding Caleb Litton and Rebecca Berry on the Litton Family Genforum Page on 09 Aug 2008
http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?berry::litton::464.html 
Caleb Wilcoxen Litton
Birth: 30 Apr 1768, Fincastle, Botetcourt Co. VA
Death: Jan 1824, Hopkins County, Kentucky
Occ: Farmer
Father: John Richard Litton (1726-1804)
Mother: Sarah Ann Wilcoxen (1728-1808)
Spouse 1: Rebecca Berry
Birth: ca 1770, Augusta Co., VA
Death: 1813
Father: Thomas Berry (ca1718-1799)
Mother: Esther McClure Ward (1730-1816)
Marr: abt 1790
Children:
Thomas (~1792-1839)
Caleb (1794-)
George (~1796-1815)
Spouse 2: Mary ‘Polly’ Hankins
Children:
Lian Burton (1813-~1865)
Elizabeth Rachel (~1816-)
John (1818-1892)
Mary A. (1819-)
Nancy (1824-)

695)

The Kings Mountain Men, by Katherine Keogh White, Baltimore, Genealogical Publishing Co., 1966

696)

1820 Federal Census Livingston County, Kentucky, Robinsons Parish, M33_26

697)

Caleb Litton Will, 7 Dec. 1823 Hopkins County, Kentucky, Will Book ?, page ?

698)

1850 US Census Pope County, Illinois, M432_124, page 292

699)

Hopkins County, Kentucky Minute Book

700)

1850 Federal Census Livingston County, Kentucky, M432_210, page 372

 

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