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801)

Bureau of Land Management, General Land Office Records, http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/ 
Document Number: 4498, Accession/Serial No. MO0330__.385

802)

Monroe County, Missouri, Deed Book C, pages 369, 370

803)

Wardlow Family, Brown County, Ohio, Research and Family Files, Susan Hall, Miamisburg, Ohio, NSYHall@aol.com 

804)

1850 Federal Census, Brown County, Ohio

805)

History of Townships in Brown County, Ohio: Washington and Scott Townships
http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohbrown/townships/washingt.htm 
http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohbrown/townships/scott.htm

806)

1820 Federal Census, Brown County, Ohio

807)

Woodford County Kentucky Taxpayers 1790 thru 1799, TLC Genealogy, PO Box 403365, Miami Beach, FL 33140-1369

808)

Scott County Kentucky Taxpayers 1790 thru 1799, TLC Genealogy, PO Box 403365, Miami Beach, FL 33140-1369

809)

Scott County, Kentucky Wills and Estates 1795 – 1822, by Charles M. Franklin, published by Heritage House, 3851 South Post Road, PO Box 39128, Indianapolis, IN 46239, 1985

810)

Harrison County, Kentucky, Deed Book 11, pages 106, 107

811)

1820 Federal Census, Clark Township, Brown County, Ohio

812)

1830 Federal Census, Washington Township, Brown County, Ohio

813)

1840 Federal Census, Washington Township, Brown County, Ohio

814)

1850 Federal Census, Washington Township, Brown County, Ohio

815)

History of Brown County, Ohio, Chicago, IL, by J. Morrow and various collaborators, W. H. Beers, 1883
http://www.rootsweb.com/~ohbrown/townships/scott.htm

816)

1850 Federal Census, Washington County, Indiana, Vernon Township, Roll: M432_17, page 224

817)

Marriages, Volume I: 1794-1893, Harrison County, Kentucky, Clerk of Courts Extractions by Charles Redmon Berry, 4610 Cobblestone Dr., Tipp City, OH 45371, May, 2004

818)

The War of 1812, The Battle of Brownstown, Early American Wars, A Guide to Early American Units and Battles before 1865, Copyright MyCivilWar.com 2005-2006 - All rights reserved. webmaster@uswars.net 

819)

1860 Federal Census, Brown County, Ohio

820)

Shelby County, Missouri, Conveyances Book B, pages 157, 158

821)

Harrison County, Kentucky Will Book Volumes A, B, page __, Original source not documented, but the date of this will, 6 Sept. 1827, places it either in Volume A or B of the Harrison County, Kentucky will books.

822)

1850 Federal Census, Johnson Township, Gibson County, Indiana

823)

Transcription of letter written by Nancy R. (Lewis) Ingle to Phebe Wright. Dated 30 December 1862, Saundersville, Vanderburgh County, Indiana
Samuel Nesbit Documentation File, DAR Library, Washington D.C
Nancy R. (Lewis) Ingle was a daughter of Aaron Lewis and his wife, Rebecca Nesbit. Phebe Wright was a daughter of Ezra Wright and his wife, Mary Berry Martin. Mary Berry (Martin) Wright was a daughter of Alexander Martin and his wife, Mary Nesbit. Mary (Nesbit) Lewis and Rebecca (Nesbit) Martin were sisters, both daughters of Samuel Nesbit and his wife, Mary Berry. Explanatory Notes by DAR Applicant, Lesba Lewis Thompson, 2nd great granddaughter of Aaron Lewis and Rebecca (Nesbit) Lewis. Further annotations by Marilyn Sharp, 2006

824)

1860 Federal Census, Johnson Township, Gibson County, Indiana

825)

1870 Federal Census, Johnson Township, Gibson County, Indiana

826)

Graveyards & Gravestones, Photographs of Over 2100 Gravestones, Livonia Cemetery, Livonia, Washington County, Indiana, by James L. Berry, jim@langolier.net,
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/livonia.html
700 South Washington St., Winchester, VA 22601, 540-662-0640
Gravestone Photographs:
Alexander Martin Born Feb. 2, 1780 Died Mar. 8, 1846
Mary, Wife of Alexander Martin

827)

1850 Federal Census, Washington County, Indiana

828)

1850 Federal Census, Sullivan County, Indiana

829)

Family of William Wilson Martin (1807-1883), by Janice Sharp Pounds,
August 2006, tjpounds@ev1.net

830)

1830 Federal Census, Washington County, Indiana

831)

1840 Federal Census, Vernon Township Washington County, Indiana

832)

TopoZone.com Place Name Search, http://www.topozone.com

833)

William Wardlow Estate Documents, Clermont County, Ohio
16 November 1812 Docket No. 875, Clermont Probate Court, Clermont County, Ohio
22 January 1813 [Inventory] Will Record A, Clermont County, Ohio Pages 75, 76
18 March 1813 [Guardianship Surety Bond] Docket Number 1604, Clermont Probate Court, Clermont County, Ohio
Undated [Administrators Report] Docket Number 875, Clermont Probate Court, Clermont County, Ohio

834)

Harrison County, Kentucky, Office of County Clerk, Will Book D

835)

Harrison County, Kentucky, Office of County Clerk, Will Book H-2

836)

Augusta County, Virginia Colonial Land Office Patent, Virginia Land Office
Patents No. 40, 1771-1772, p. 597, Reel 39, Virginia Digital Library, http://www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/

837)

Virginia Land Office Patents No. 40, 1771-1772, p. 585, Reel 39, Virginia Digital Library, http://www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/ 

838)

Botetourt County, Virginia Deed Book 1, page 496, LDS Microfilm # 30702, Botetourt County Virginia Deed Book 1, volumes 1 and 2, 1770 – 1780

839)

Col. Joseph W. Berry, Webster Parish, LA in Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northwest Louisiana, The Southern Publishing Company, Chicago & Nashville, 1890
Submitted by: Gwen Moran-Hernandez
http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/la/webster/biographies/berryjw.txt 
Col. Joseph W. Berry reports that his father was born in Virginia

840)

Claiborne Parish Trails, (Shreveport, LA), Vol. 7, No. 4; Nov. 1992, page 134

841)

Botetourt County, Virginia Deed Book 1, LDS Microfilm # 30702, Botetourt County Virginia Deed Book 1, volumes 1 and 2, 1770 – 1780

842)

Augusta County, Virginia Deed Book 36, pages 12-16, LDS Microfilm # 30355

843)

Botetourt County, Virginia Tithables, 1770 – 1782, 1783 – 1789, Reel 149, The Library of Virginia, Land Tax Records, 1782-1900, On Microfilm http://www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/land/land-tax/index.htm 

844)

Fincastle and Kentucky County, Virginia-Kentucky, Records and History, Vol. 1, Michael L. Cook & Bettie A. Cummings Cook, Cook Publications, 3318 Wimberg Ave, Evansville, IN 47712

845)

Virginia Land Office Patents No. 40, 1771-1772, p. 586, Reel 39, Virginia Digital Library, http://www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/

846)

Marriage Consent and Bonds, 1781 - 1865 in Lincoln County Kentucky Records, Volume I, Michael L. Cook CG, Bettie Cummings Cook CG, Cook Publications 3318 Wimberg Ave Evansville IN 47720

847)

Lincoln County Kentucky Records, Volume 2, Michael L. Cook CG, Cook Publications 3318 Wimberg Ave Evansville IN 47712

848)

Middle Tennessee Connections, Information on the children of John and Hannah Berry, Terry (Pickens) McLean, calgrups@netscape.net

http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=tennbase&id=I112

849)

Lincoln County, Kentucky, Deed Book 'G', page 197, Heirs of Joseph Campbell 13 Sept 1811

850)

Family Files of Bob Stewart, 1805 SW Twin Creek Place, Blue Springs, MO 64015, bstewart2@juno.com

851)

 Family Registry of James & Peggy Campbell and John B. Campbell & Cynthia Black and Journals of John B. Campbell & Thomas B. Campbell Sue Wilson, Wichita, Kansas, vwilson@feist.com, posted Sun, 21 Feb 1999, to CAMPBELL mailing list via Rootsweb

852)

Descendants of Charles Campbell and Mary Trotter, Family Files of Jeanette Jahnz, jjahnz@juno.com,
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:580469&id=I4418

853)

William C. Berry, b. 23 June 1811, Wilson Co, Tennessee, Portrait and Biographical Album of Des Moines County, Iowa, Chicago: Acme Publishing, 1888.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~iabiog/desmoines/pba1888/pba1888-b.htm 

854)

The Nashville Christian Advocate, Dec 15, 1859, page 2, A Trip by the Book Agent to Washington County For the Christian Advocate, written by John Berry McFerrin, a grandson of John Berry and Jane Campbell, on 4 December 1859. The article was printed in John Berry Nolan’s “A Berry History” and was printed in his work with permission of the United Methodist Publishing House, Nashville, Tennessee.

855)

Biographical Sketch: Rev. John Berry McFerrin, page 359 in Sketches of Prominent Tennesseans: Containing Biographies and Records, by William S. Speer, published 2003, Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Company, Tennessee

856)

Dividing the Land, Early American Beginnings of Our Private Property Mosaic by Edward T. Price, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, IL, 1995, available online at GoogleBooks

857)

Hemp as an Agricultural Commodity, by Jean M. Rawson, Specialist in Agricultural Planning, Resources Science and Industry Division, CRS Report for Congress, Order Code RL32725,
http://www.nationalaglawcenter.org/assets/crs/RL32725.pdf

858)

Boone, A Biography, Robert Morgan, Algonquin Books of Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 2007

859)

Botetourt Co, VA Will Books A-C 1770-1824, LDS Microfilm #: 30695

860)

Washington County, Virginia Will Book 7, page 362, LDS Microfilm #: 34358

861)

Augusta County Road Orders 1745 – 1769, by Nathaniel Mason Pawlett Faculty Research Historian, Ann Brush Miller Research Scientist, Kenneth Madison Clark, Research Associate and Thomas Llewellyn Samuel, Jr. Research Assistant,Virginia Transportation Research Council (A Cooperative Organization Sponsored Jointly by the Virginia Department of Transportation and the University of Virginia), Charlottesville, Virginia, June 1998, Revised July 2003, VTRC 99-R17,
http://www.virginiadot.org/vtrc/main/online_reports/pdf/99-r17.pdf

862)

Historic Roads of Virginia, Botetourt County Road Orders 1770 – 1778, by Ann Brush Miller, Senior Research Scientist, Virginia Transportation Research Council, Charlottesville, Virginia, February 2007,

http://www.virginiadot.org/vtrc/main/online_reports/pdf/07-r22.pdf

863)

History of Tazwell County and Southwest Virginia, by William Cecil Pendleton, W. C. Printing Company, 1920, online at GoogleBooks

864)

Colonial Tithables, Research Notes Number 17, The Library of Virginia, http://www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/tax/rn17_tithables.htm

865)

Proclamation of 1763, http://www.ushistory.org/declaration/related/proc63.htm 
copyright 1999-2008 by the Independence Hall Association, a nonprofit organization in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, founded in 1942, and publishing electronically as ushistory.org. On the Internet since July 4, 1995.

866)

Virginia Militia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virginia_Militia 

867)

The Dreadful Year of 1776 on the Western Waters, by Emory L. Hamilton, from the unpublished manuscript, Indian Atrocities Along the Clinch, Powell and Holston Rivers, pages 21-22, file contributed to the Virginia GenWeb by Rhonda Robertson, http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~varussel/indian/10.html 

868)

Footsteps of the Cherokees: A Guide to the Eastern Homelands of the Cherokee, by Vicki Rozema, John F. Blair, Publisher, 2007, available online at GoogleBooks

869)

Western North Carolina: A History, Chapter XXVI, New River Notes, Since 1998, Historical and Genealogical Resources for the Upper New River Valley of North Carolina and Virginia, http://www.newrivernotes.com/nc/wnc26.htm 

870)

A Brief note about the Cherokee war of 1776-1777, New River Notes, Since 1998, Historical and Genealogical Resources for the Upper New River Valley of North Carolina and Virginia, http://www.newrivernotes.com/va/swift/cherokeewar.html 

871)

The 1780 Diary of Loyalist Lieutenant Anthony Allaire of King’s Mountain, Diary of Lieut. Anthony Allaire of Ferguson’s Corps, Memorandum of Occurrences during the Campaign of 1780, Part II: 01 Aug 1780 – 25 Nov. 1780
http://www.tngenweb.org/revwar/kingsmountain/allaire1.html 

872)

70th Congress, 1st Session, House Document No. 328, Historical Statements Concerning the Battle of King’s Mountain and the Battle of the Cowpens South Carolina, United States Government Printing Office, Washington, 1928, available online

873)

A Battlefield Atlas of the American Revolution, by Craig Symonds, Cartography by William J. Clipson, The Nautical & Aviation Publishing Company of America, Inc., 2055 Middleburg Lane, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 29464, 1986

874)

A History of Watauga County, North Carolina: With Sketches of Prominent Families, by John Preston Arthur, Genealogical Publishing Company, originally published 1915, available online at GoogleBooks

875)

Palmetto Conservation, Military Heritage Preservation Project
http://www.pd-go.com/view/127/2368/Military-Heritage.html 

876)

The Revolutionary War Battle of Wofford’s Iron Works, website for the city of Glendale, South Carolina by Mary McKinney Teaster, marylee@glendalesc.com,
http://www.glendalesc.com/battleironworks.html 

877)

Huck’s Defeat, or the Battle of Williamson’s Plantation, Cultural & Heritage Museums, http://www.chmuseums.org/ourmuseums/hb/hucks_history.htm 

878)

Revolutionary War Raids & Skirmishes in 1780, The American Revolutionary War, webguru@myrevolutionarywar.com, http://www.myrevolutionarywar.com/battles/1780s.htm

879)

The History of South Carolina in the Revolution, 1775 – 1780, by Edward McCrady, MacMillan & Co., LTD., 1901, available online at GoogleBooks

880)

Battle of Ramsour’s Mill, North Carolina Genealogy, Lincoln County, http://www.northcarolinagenealogy.org/lincoln/battle_of_ramsour.htm

881)

Buena Vista, Virginia – West Virginia, 1:100,000 Scale Metric Topographic Map, 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, United States Geological Survey, 1986

882)

Census 2000 TIGER/Line Data, http//arcdata.esri.com/data/tiger2000/tiger_download.cfm 

883)

ESRI Data & Maps 2002, ESRI, 380 New York Street, Redlands, CA 92373-8100

884)

County Boundary Historical Atlas with Site Finder U.S. Place Name Database, Animap Plus 2.6, The Gold Bug, Post Office Box 588, Alamo, CA 94507, copyright 1991-2005, Adrian D. Ettlinger, http://www.goldbug.com

885)

Lord Dunmore’s Little War of 1774, His Captains and their Men Who Opened up Kentucky & the West to American Settlement, by Warren Skidmore with Donna Kaminsky, Heritage Books, Inc., 2002.

886)

Goodspeed’s A Reminiscent History of the Ozark Region: comprising a condensed general history, a brief descriptive history of each county, and numerous biographical sketches of prominent citizens of such counties, originally published by Goodspeed in 1894, republished by Ramfre Press, Cape Girardeau, MO, 1956.

887)

The Battle of King’s Mountain 7 Oct 1780, Tennesseans in the Revolutionary War, The TNGenWeb Project, http://www.tngenweb.org/revwar/kingsmountain.html 

888)

Gastonia, North Carolina – South Carolina, 1:100,000 Scale Metric Topographic Map, 30 x 60 minute quadrangle, United States Geological Survey, 1991

889)

Indian Warfare, Household Competency, and the Settlement of the Western Virginia Frontier, 1749 to 1794, by John M. Boback, Dissertation submitted to the College of Arts and Sciences at West Virginia University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in History, Department of History, Morgantown, West Virginia, 2007
https://eidr.wvu.edu/files/5155/Boback_John_dissertation.pdf

890)

Abingdon Quadrangle, Virginia – Washington Co., 7.5 Minute Series Topographic Map, United States Geological Survey, 1960, Photorevised 1991

891)

Bourbon County, Kentucky Marriage Book 2, page 221

892)

Death Notices of Some Soldiers of the American Revolution Published in Missouri Newspapers, Missouri Historical Society Collections, Volume V, February, 1928, Number 2, page 216, original newspaper source: Missouri Republican, 22 December 1838

893)

Black’s Law Dictionary: Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern with Guide to Pronunciation, by Henry Campbell Black, M.A., Fourth Edition, St. Paul, Minn., West Publishing Co. 1951

894)

(Major) William Wilson's Declaration, Revolutionary Declarations, in Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia 1745 - 1800, by Lyman Chalkley, available online at: http://files.usgwarchives.org/va/augusta/court/2court51.txt 

895)

Tecumseh, Vision of Glory, by Glenn Tucker, published by Cosimo, Inc., 2005

896)

Frontier Kentucky, by Otis K. Rice, The University of Kentucky Press, 1993

897)

“Manufactured History” Refighting the Battle of Point Pleasant, by Virgil A. Lewis, West Virginia History Journal, Vol. 56, pp. 76-87, 1997

898)

Berry Family, in History of Kentucky, by Judge Charles Kerr, editor, Vol. IV, pages 328 – 329, Chicago and New York, 1922

899)

John McWilliams's Declaration, Revolutionary Declarations, in Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia 1745 - 1800, by Lyman Chalkley,

available online at: http://files.usgwarchives.org/va/augusta/court/2court51.txt

900)

Fort McIntosh The Story of It’s History and Restoration of the Site, by Frank F. Carver, a publication of the Beaver Area Heritage Foundation, Beaver, Pennsylvania, May 1993,
http://www.bchistory.org/beavercounty/BAHF/FortMc.Carver/Carver.Main.html

 

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