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3. “Thomas Berry/Elizabeth Martin McFerrin,” Gregory Kent Laughlin, http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0009/F1583.html#I04075, 6 May 2000.
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5. “Will of John Cowan,” Franklin Co., TN, Will Book 1, p. 164.
Franklin Co., TN
Will Book I, p164
Will of John COWAN.

I John COWAN of said County and State aforesaid being of sound mind and memory do make
and publish this my last Will and Testament in manner and form as follows towit 1st I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Elizabeth M. a negro slave Celia and her youngest child Sam and also one Sorrel mare and three of her own choice out of my stock of cattle and beds and furniture and three bedsteads and one Bureau and it is also my Will that my wife Elizabeth remain on my farm and have possession of the same room in my dwelling house that she is now in possession of. And also one brown mare called Pete and also two fields of clear land lying North East of my house The privilige of claiming Eight or Ten Acres to them and also she to have the privilige of timber next joining said field for
fire wood and to --- up the fences round said fields and she is to have an equal interest in and to the orchard now growing and to have one half all the stock of hogs that may be on hand and also my sheep that may be on hand. It is my Will that my beloved Wife Elizabeth should remain in possession of my house and Said alloted her during her natural life herself but should she wish to fix herself otherways she may dispose of said real interest during her Natural life with the Exception of the share of the mantion House allotted her. The items above mentioned she is to have an unlimited right to dispose of with the exception of the interest she Will have in my real Estate that interest at her death is to revert to my Son William M. I do also give and bequeat to my step son Thomas D. BERRY a good horse saddle and Bridle and a cow and calf. I do also give and bequeath to my Step daughter Amanda BERRY one cow and calf. I do also give and bequeath to Daughter Melinda one bed and furniture. I do also give and bequeath to my son Thomas F. one bed and furniture. I do also give and bequeath to my son William M. the whole of my real Estate that I now am seized and of to be at his disposal at my death with the eception of the part allotted to my beloved Wife Elizabeth during her Natural life then to be then to be my
Son Williams for himself and his heirs forever and also one secretry and clock and any Household and Kitchen furniture that may be on hand to have an equal divide of and as to my stand of hogs my Will is that my son William is to have the other half not allotted and also one half of the Cattle that may be on hand and also what horses may be on hand and
all the farming utensils that may be on hand. And lastly as to my residue of personal property I may be siezed and possessed of at my death my will is that it be equally divided between my Wife and my son William M. and I hereby order ordain and appoint my son in law John HANDLY my sole Executor of this my last Will and Testatment.

This 14 day of May 1836.
/S/ John COWAN.

Witnesses James P. COWAN and Abner ADAMS.

Will brought into court by John HANDLY and witnessed by James P. COWAN and Abner ADAMS. 3 May 1837. W.W. BRAZELTON Clerk.
6. “Berry,” 21 Jul 2002, Mary Achterhof, MaryAchtrh@aol.com.
7. “King Family,” 4 May 2000, Anne B. King, MD, doctoranne@triad.rr.com.
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10. Will Johnson, wjhonson@aol.com, 29 Jan 2004, from Arkansas Newspaper Extracts 1819-1845, James Logan Morgan, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I3502.
"William D Proctor, 34, of Madison Co, drowned Sat Apr 27 1844 while crossing War Eagle Creek at Longbridge's Mills; member of Cumberland Presby Ch; surv by wife and children. Asks North AL papers to Copy. VB Ark Int May 18 1844"
11. “Re: Evans Duncan,” Nelda Smith Massey, marvinandnelda@juno.com, 26 Apr 2004.
12. “DYBerry Family.ged,” 14 Feb 2003, Artie Berry, ayberry@swbell.net.
13. “Dallas Yell Berry.ged,” April 17, 2011, Arthur Yell Berry III.
14. “My Family Genealogy,” James Porter, http://home.att.net/~jlporte110/index.htm, 13 July 2002, http://home.att.net/~jlporte110/html/fam02049.htm.
15. “1880 Census,” Ozark, Franklin Co., Arkansas, Family History Library Film 1254044 NA Film Number T9-0044 Page Number 715A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
J. D. BERRY Self M Male W 41 AL City Marshal --- ---
Mary P. BERRY Wife M Female W 38 AR Keeping House KY AR
Harrell BERRY Son S Male W 15 AR At Home AL AR
Myrtle BERRY Dau S Female W 13 AR At Home AL AR
Magnolia BERRY Dau S Female W 11 AR At Home AL AR
Carl BERRY Son S Male W 8 AR At Home AL AR
Dick C. BERRY Son S Male W 2 AR At Home AL AR
16. “Berry Family Bible,” The Holy Bible, Harding’s Superfine Edition, William W. Harding, Phila. 1869, in possession of James L. Berry, Winchester, VA email: jim@langolier.net, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/title_page.html, Births.
Deduced to have originally belonged to William Martin Berry (1825-1905)
18. “Berry Family Bible,” The Holy Bible, Harding’s Superfine Edition, William W. Harding, Phila. 1869, in possession of James L. Berry, Winchester, VA email: jim@langolier.net, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/title_page.html, Deaths.
Deduced to have originally belonged to William Martin Berry (1825-1905)
19. “Berry Family Bible,” The Holy Bible, Harding’s Superfine Edition, William W. Harding, Phila. 1869, in possession of James L. Berry, Winchester, VA email: jim@langolier.net, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/title_page.html, Marriages.
Deduced to have originally belonged to William Martin Berry (1825-1905)
20. “Martha Ann Lee & James Clifton Berry,” Heather Ross, http://www.angelfire.com/ak2/genealogy/gen22.html, 4 Oct 2002.
21. “Ancestors of Bill STAGGS & Clara WRIGHT,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/billstaggs/4, William A. Staggs, wstaggs189@aol.com.
22. “1880 Census,” Roseville, Logan Co, Arkansas, Family History Library Film 1254050 NA Film Number T9-0050 Page Number 231A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
E. A. ANTHONY   Self  M  Male   W  35  MO  Grocery Keeper  NY  AL 
 Sue C. ANTHONY   Wife  M  Female  W  35  MS  Keeping House   TN  TN 
 Pearl ANTHONY   Dau   S  Female  W  10  AR  At School   MO  MS 
 Blanch ANTHONY   Dau   S  Female  W   8  AR  At School   MO  MS 
 Katie Sue ANTHONY  Dau   S  Female  W   2  AR  At Home   MO  MS 
 W. H. SMITH   Other  S  Male   W  24  TN   Doctor   TN  TN 
 Alva WILDER   Other S  Female  W  20  GA  School Teacher  ---  ---
 J. H. CATHEY  Other  S  Male  W  26  MS  Clerk Of Grocer  TN NC
 Alex SNIDEN  Other S  Male  W  18  AR  Servant   --- ---
Missouri VASON  Other S  Female  B  45  GA  Servant   --- ---
 John CATHEY  Other W  Male  W  66  TN  Boarder  NC NC 
 
23. “OUR IMMIGRANT ANCESTOR - GARVIS GILBERT,” citing Will of Gravis Gilbert, Baltimore County MD Prerogative Court Wills 22, page 79, dated June 2, 1739 and proved June 17, 1739., http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Woods/5213/garvis.html, Terry Lee Gilbert, Carol Ann (Souther) Gilbert.
24. “Ancestors of Austin Reed Spainhour; Generation No. 11,” http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/p/a/Michael-R-Spainhour/GENE1-0013.html, Michael Reed Spainhour, mrs6@maxinet.com.
25. “1880 Census,” LaGrande, Union Co., Oregon, Family History Library Film 1255084 NA Film Number T9-1084 Page Number 142B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Josiah RUDERSOW Self M Male W 30 NJ Laborer NY NJ
Emma RUDERSOW Wife M Female W 20 AR Keeping House AL AR
Nannie RUDERSOW Dau S Female W 2 OR NJ AR
26. Summerville Cemetery, Union Co., OR, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/summerville.html, 22 July 2000.
27. Gravestone Photo, Summerville Cemetery, near Summerville, Union Co., OR.
28. “Berry Family Bible,” The Holy Bible, Harding’s Superfine Edition, William W. Harding, Phila. 1869, in possession of James L. Berry, Winchester, VA email: jim@langolier.net, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/title_page.html.
Deduced to have originally belonged to William Martin Berry (1825-1905)
29. Grandview Cemetery, Union Co., OR, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/grandview.html, 22 Jul 2000.
30. Ricks College, Rexburg, ID, “Western States Historical Marriage Record Index,” http://abish.ricks.edu/fhc/getid.idc?m_id=161247, 31 August 2000.
31. “Marriage certificate,” 13 Jan 1906. File: arthur_della_mg_cert
33. “CROSSING THE PLAINS,” Diary of Maud Ruthanar Burnap, May 16 to August 31, 1885, http://www.nwpaintedponies.com/gen/diary/page6.html.
37. “SSDI Death Index,” Social Security, http://ssdi.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ssdi.cgi.
39. “genealogy,” Lynne Gebhard, clg34jpg@hotmail.com, 17 Oct 2001.
40. “Fw: William Filmer,” Colin B. Filmer, cbf@globalnet.co.uk, 14 Aug 2000.
41. “Wall family,” David Olinger, dkoli@whidbey.net, 5 Dec 2001.
42. “Walls in Gravesend,” Peggy Contreras, Peggy Lovelace Contreras, Susan Pullen, susanpullen80@hotmail.com, November 13, 2005.
43. “Rupert Wall Family,” Peggy Lovelace Contreras, plc2453@hotmail.com, 12 Oct 2003, http://www.gbnf.com/GENEALOG4/contreras/home.htm.
44. Emigrant Springs Cemetery, Sherman Co., OR, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/emigrant_springs.html, 16 July 2000.
45. Cognizances of an Old Ag Man, Almon L. Geiss, self published, p. 21.
46. “1880 FEDERAL CENSUS,” Village of Stacyville, Stacyville Township, Mitchell Co., IA, 1880, Internet Synopsis, http://www.netins.net/showcase/papermoon/sville/stacyfam/skhstacy.html#Page Top anchor, 8/27/99.
47. “Diary of of Mr. & Mrs. AE Hartley, Wallowa, Oregon,” 1 January 1916 through 31 December 1920, primarily Alford Hartly and Charlotte Wall Hartley, transcribed by Nancy Ruth Beeson Repp, reppcli@hotmail.com.
48. Yesterday’s Roll Call, Baker, Sherman, and Umatilla Counties, Vol. I, The Genealogical Forum, Portland, OR c. 1970.
49. “some older stuff I had forgotten about,” Nancy Beeson Repp, reppcli@hotmail.com, 5 Dec 2003.
50. “Donaldson/Danielson Family,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/donaldson/2/, Donald Wilkinson, donaldwilkinson@msn.com, GenCircle Site.
51. WALL Digest, Vol 3, Issue 71, Rupert Wall Canterbury, Eng 1885, peggycont, 13 Sep 2008.
52. “1920 Federal Census,” Oroville, Butte Co., California, enumerated Feb 7, 1920, Image #585: Roll: T625_94, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
1920 Federal Census, Oroville, Butte Co., California
Wall, Rupert Head M W 34 M England
Mary E. Wife F W 33 M Nebraska
Mary E. Dau F W 7 S California
Robert B. Son M W 5 S California
George H. Son M W 2 S California
Catherine F. Dau F W 5/12 S California
Ethel May Dau F W 5/12 S California
53. “Family Genealogy of Contreras,” http://www.gbnf.com/genealog4/contreras/home.htm, Peggy Lovelace Contreras, peggycontreras@attbi.com, 9 May 2002.
54. Cognizances of an Old Ag Man, Almon L. Geiss, self published, p. 22.
55. Olney Cemetery, Pendleton, Umatilla County, Oregon, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/olney.html, 17 July 2000.
56. Cognizances of an Old Ag Man, Almon L. Geiss, self published, p. 23.
57. Cognizances of an Old Ag Man, Almon L. Geiss, self published, p. 22, 28.
58. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 10, 1856.
59. “IOWA 1856 CENSUS,” Mitchell County, Burr Oak Township, 1856, internet, Copy in poss. of James L. Berry, 8/27/99, http://www.geocities.com/Paris/3625/burroak3.html.
61. Osage City Cemetery, Osage, Mitchell Co., IA, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/osage.html, courtesy Sandra Huemann-Kelly.
62. “The Stacy Family, Founders of Stacyville, Iowa,” Sandra Huemann-Kelly, shkelly@infi.net, http://showcase.netins.net/web/papermoon/sville/stacyfam/skhstacy.html, 8/27/99.
63. Hillcrest Cemetery, LaGrande, Union Co., OR, gravestone photo, 20 July 2000.
64. “Lena Margueriette Hesse “Auntie Bobeets”,” Summer, 1994, James L. Berry, La Grande cemetery.
“Grandma’s memorial service, and burial, was 2 days after her death. She died on a Thursday.”
66. “1900.” File: Hesse1900
67. 1920, COLORADO - MORGAN COUNTY - PRECINCT #10 WELDONA, PAGE 7 ED 206 166/170.
68. White Salmon Cemetery, Klickitat Co., Washington, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/white_salmon.html, 16 July 2000.
69. The Enterprise, White Salmon, WA, July 20, 1995, page 16, LEON WALDO BERRY.
Leon Waldo Berry of White Salmon died in his home on July 15, 1995. He was 87.
Mr. Berry was born in Summerville, Ore., and moved to Enterprise, Ore., at age 3 or 4,
traveling by boat, team and wagon from Portland, Ore. He moved to La Grande, Ore., a couple years later, then after another two years there, the family moved again to Enterprise. He moved to Pendleton, Ore., and completed the first two years of high school there, then finished high school at La Grande. Berry then hitchhiked to Corvallis, Ore., to attend Oregon State College, and graduated in 1929.
After that, he returned to eastern Oregon where he worked for several area newspapers.
He married Elizabeth "Betty" Hesse in 1932; moved to Bingen in 1939, where he was publisher of the Mt. Adams Sun until selling to the White Salmon Enterprise in 1968. Betty died in 1975. Berry married Helen Graham, and they had six and a half happy years together until her death in 1982. He married Edna Gevedon in 1984.
Berry was a member of the Bingen City Council, fire department, Eagles, Elks, Masons,
Royal Arch, Knights Templar, Lions Club, Rotary Club, United Methodist Church,
Toastmaster's Club and Eastern Star, holding many offices in each. He was awarded the Mt. Adams Chamber of Commerce's Lifetime Service Award in 1985. He loved to play golf, bowl and pitch horseshoes. Mr. Berry is survived by his wife, Edna Berry, of White Salmon; his son, James Leon Berry, of Winchester, Virg.; his daughters, Margaret Elizabeth "Peggy" Baker of Gladstone, Ore., and Susan Marguerite Lamoreaux of Chehalis, Wash.; his brothers, Pete Berry of Bingen, Robert Berry of Washougal, Wash., and Leton Berry of Union, Ore.; his sisters, Ella Stenke, of Beaverton, Ore., Noreen Sana, of La Grande, Ore., and Orpha Pieper of La Grande, Ore.; by Edna's children, June Sadleir, of Hayden Lake, Idaho, and Jerry Rantala, of Vancouver; and Helen's son, Richard Graham, of San Diego, Calif., and by seven grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his first wife, Elizabeth "Betty" Berry, who died in 1975;
his second wife, Helen Graham Berry, who died in 1982; two brothers, Guy Berry and George Berry; and two sisters, Mabel Smith and Leona Brooks.
Contributions may be given to Dollars for Scholars, c/o Gardner Funeral Home in White
Salmon; or the Methodist Church Parking Lot Fund, c/o United Methodist Church in White
Salmon.
Funeral services for Mr. Berry were held July 19, 1995, at 11 am. at United Methodist Church in White Salmon, with the Rev. William Romeijn officiating. Graveside rites were given by the White Salmon Masonic Lodge.
70. The Goldendale Sentinel, Goldendale, WA, July 27, 1995, page 5, LEON W. BERRY.
Leon Waldo Berry, 87, of White Salmon, died in his home on July 15, 1995. He was born in Summerville, Ore. He attended Oregon State College graduating in 1929. Alter college, he returned to Eastern Oregon where he worked for several area newspapers. He married Elizabeth "Betty" Hesse in 1932. They moved to Bingen in 1939, where he was publisher of the Mt. Adams Sun until selling to the White Salmon Enterprise in 1968.
Betty died in 1975. Berry married Helen Graham. They had six-and-one-half years together until her death in 1982. He married Edna Gevedon in 1984.
Berry was a member of the Bingen City Council, Fire Department, City Council, Eagles,
Elks, Masons, Royal Arch, Knights Templar, Lions Club, Rotary Club, United Methodist Church, Toastmaster's Club and Eastern Star, holding many offices in each. He was awarded the Mt. Adams Chamber of Commerce's Lifetime Service Award in 1985.
He loved to play golf, bowl and pitch horseshoes.
Mr. Berry is survived by his wife, Edna Berry of White Salmon; his son, James Leon
Berry of Winchester, Va.; his daughters, Margaret Baker of Gladstone, Ore., and Susan
Marguerite Lamoreaux of Chehalis, Wash.; his brothers, Pete Berry of Bingen, Robert Berry of Washougal, and Elton Berry of Union, Ore.; his sisters, Ella Stenke of Beaverton, Ore., and Noreen Sana of LaGrande, Ore.; by Edna's children, June Sadleir of Hayden Lake, Idaho and Jerry Rantala of Vancouver; Helen's son, Richard Graham of San Diego; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren also survive.
He was also preceded in death by two brothers, Guy Berry and George Berry; and two
sisters, Mabel Smith and Leona Brooks.
Funeral services were held July 19 at the United Methodist Church in White Salmon with the Rev. Willem Romeijn officiating. Graveside rites were given by the White Salmon Masonic Lodge.
71. “Salisbury v. Tibbetts,” 259 F.2d 59, United States Court of Appeals Tenth Circuit., 1958.
72. “Jeanne S. Thompson (1922-2005),” http://jeanne-thompson.memory-of.com/about.aspx, William C. Salisbury, Bill@TheBestofAmerica.org.
73. “Descendants of Nels Jens Sherlund,” http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/h/e/Lew-W-Sherman/ODT3-0001.html, Lew William Sherman, sherman@erols.com, Nov. 26, 2005.
74. “Clark Co., Nevada Marriage Inquiry System,” http://www.co.clark.nv.us/recorder/mar_srch.htm, Frances Deane, Recorder.
75. “History of Franklin (Frank) Pierce Forster,” Alward Forster Fenn, self-published, June 1987.
76. unknown Cemetery, Breckinridge, Summit Co., CO, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/unnamed_colo.html, Summer 1927.
77. “1850 Cooper County Census - District 23 - Page 208,” Cooper County, Missouri, ennumerated on the 7th day of September 1850, http://www.rootsweb.com/~mocooper/Census/1850Cooper208.htm, 29 Apr 2000, NOTE: Enumerator confused George as first name and listed family under Calvin.
21 490 490 Calvin George 32 M Farmer $ 900 Tennessee
22 490 490 Calvin Jane 29 F Missouri
23 490 490 Calvin Robert C. 10 M Missouri
24 490 490 Calvin Harvey M. 7 M Missouri
25 490 490 Calvin Sarah E. 6 F Missouri
26 490 490 Calvin Mary J. 2 F Missouri
27 490 490 Calvin William H. 3/12 M Missouri
78. “1880 Census,” Cooke Co., TX, Family History Library Film 1255298 NA Film Number T9-1298 Page Number 346A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
84 84 George Calvin W M 63 Merchant Tennessee Virginia Virginia
----- Ragene W F 54 Wife Keeping House Missouri Virginia North Carolina
----- Charles W M 20 Son Merchant Missouri Tennessee Missouri
79. “Inhabitants of Dist. 23, Cooper Co., Missouri,” Cooper Co., MO, Aug. 28, 1850, Internet, Feb. 3, 2000.
80. “Cooper County Marriages, 1850-1859,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~mocooper/marriages, 1 July 2003.
81. “BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH - 1883 History of Howard and Cooper Counties MONITEAU TOWNSHIP,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~mocooper/Biographical/1883_History_Moniteau_Township.htm.
HARVEY M. GEORGE.  Calvin George, the father of Harvey M., and now a merchant of Texas, is a native of Tennessee, but came to Missouri in early life, and was married in this county to Miss Jane Scott. Here they reared their family and lived until 1875, when the parents removed to Texas. Harvey M., was one of a family of seven children, six of whom are now living, three sons and three daughters. He was born November 4th, 1842. Farming has constituted his life occupation, except for a time during the war, when he was "revenue storekeeper" in the employ of the government. His farm contains 120 acres of good land, and he has it comfortably improved. September 19th, 1868, he was united in the holy bonds of matrimony with Miss Martha Burrus.  They have six children. Leslie E., born October 2d, 1869 ; Mattie F., born January 14th, 1874 ; Minnie, born March 29th, 1876 ; Anna, born March 25th, 1878 ; Stella, born June 14th, 1880, and an infant, born September 16th, 1882. Mr. G. is a member of the Baptist church at Pisgah.
82. ““Memories”,” Muriel Colburn, after 1981, photocopy JLB.
83. “22 Sept2001.GED,” 23 Sep 2001, Ruth Brown Blankenbaker, rblanken@visionathena.org.
84. “Marriage Index,” 1883-1940, Eagle County, Colorado, p. 167.
85. “Marriage Index,” 1883-1940, Eagle County, Colorado, p.201.
86. “Marriage Index,” 1883-1940, Eagle County, Colorado, p. 173.
87. “Marriage Index,” 1883-1940, Eagle County, Colorado, p. 158.
88. “Marriage Index,” 1883-1940, Eagle County, Colorado, p. 211.
89. “Marriage Index,” 1883-1940, Eagle County, Colorado, p.225.
90. Sharon Scott Dow, sharonscottdow@cta.org, 22 Jun 2002.
91. Cemetery Record for William Henry George Hesse, Cemetery Office, 12th St. & F Ave., LaGrande, OR
92. Grandview Cemetery, Wray, Yuma Co., CO, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/grandview_co.html, Gravestone Photo, courtesy Corinna Castor.
93. “Family Search,” LDS, http://tinyurl.com/yc6yw2t, 13 Mar 2010.
95. “Descendants of Timothy Allen,” Joyce Allen Cantu, http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/c/a/n/Joyce-A-Cantu/GENE12-0001.html.
96. “Genealogy of the Allen and Witter Families,” Allen, Asa W., Luther W. Smith, Salem, Ohio 1872.
97. “Early Connecticut Marriages,” Bailey, Frederic W., Bureau of American Ancestory, New Haven, CT 1898, Third Book, pp47, 49.
98. “The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records .Ashford,” White, Lorraine Cook, Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc. 1994, p. 20.
Covering the town Anover, Ashford, and Avon
99. “Births, Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths From the Records of the Town and Churches of Mansfield, CT 1703-1850,” Dimock, Susan W., NEHGS Photoduplication, 1997; New York: The Baker And Taylor CO., 1898, Susan Taylor, "Tolland LookUps" E-mail message from SGTAYLOR1@@worldnet.att.net to Joyce, 24 Jul 1998.
100. “Curtis family info,” Jean Curtis Rotter, jrotter@oregonvos.net, 12 Mar 2004.
101. “Births, Baptisms, Marriages and Deaths From the Records of the Town and Churches of Mansfield, CT 1703-1850,” Dimock, Susan W., NEHGS Photoduplication, 1997; New York: The Baker And Taylor CO., 1898.
102. “Descendants of Nicholas Cady of Watertown, MA 1645-1910,” Peer, Orrin Peer, C. B. Fiske and Co., 1910, New Hampshire Historical Society Library.
103. “Mansfield, CT Records.”
104. “Histories of the Pope, Carter and McFerrin Families of Middle Tennessee,” William Rivers Pope, Colonel, U.S. Army, Retired, McQuiddy Printing Co., Nashville, Tennessee, 1950.
105. “John B. McFerrin, A Biography,” G. P. Fitzgerald, D.D., Publishing House of the M. E. Church South, Nashville, Tennessee 1893.
106. “Bob Francis' Genealogy Database,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/darby/2/, Bob Francis, darby@nemr.net, GenCircle site.
107. Tiffany Family Genealogy Forum, “Tiffany Descendants,” 810, Dec. 4, 2005, Angie Sullivan, angiesullivan@earthlink.net.
108. Phyllis Bicknell Carrol, 1981, http://www.obh.ndirect.co.uk/books/pc1981/p_1981.htm.
110. William McFerrin obituary, Southwestern Christian Advocate, 14 November 1845, p. 4, Von W. Unruh, “Archivist, Tennessee Conference UMC Commission on Archives & History,” vunruh@comcast.net.
111. “Samuel Hervy Laughlin Diary,” Samuel Hervey Laughlin, http://home.att.net/~jlp1/reports/shlaughlindiary.htm, 1845, Section three.
112. “A Trip by the Book Agent to Washington County, Virginia,” John Berry McFerrin, Dec. 4th, 1859, Newspaper letter, The Nashville Christian Advocate, Nashville, Tennesse, 15 Dec 1859, p. 2, Methodist Publishing House, Nashville, Tennessee.
113. “Washington Co., Virginia Obituaries from The Nashville Christian Advocate, 1855-1910,” Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith, Western Methodist, Memphis, October 26, 1878, http://www.rootsweb.com/~vawashin/docs/advocate.html.
114. “A Berry History,” John Berry Nolan, December 1975, p. 29.
115. Index, “1870 Census,” Carroll County, Prairie Township, Arkansas, 23 Aug 1870, http://www.rootsweb.com/~arcchs/Census/1870/praitwp.html.
116. Harris Cemetery, Prarie Home Twp., Cooper Co., MO, http://www.rootsweb.com/~mocooper/Cemeteries/HARRIS_CEMETERY.htm.
Road Directions: From Prairie Home take Route "J" west about one mile or less to Route "W" going south (left), go almost 2 miles. The cemetery is on the east side of Route "W."
117. “SmithFamily,” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:881378&id=I115, Susan Fonseca, fonfarm@inreach.com, 31 Jan 2002.
118. “1880 Census,” Osage, Benton Co., Arkansas, Family History Library Film 1254039 NA Film Number T9-0039 Page Number 473C, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Samuel PEEL Self M Male W 48 AR Attorney At Law AR ---
Mary PEEL Wife M Female W 45 AL Housekeeper TN TN
David PEEL Son S Male W 19 AR Studying Law AR AL
Minntie PEEL Dau S Female W 17 AR At Home AR AL
Kate PEEL Dau S Female W 13 AR At Home AR AL
Minnie PEEL Dau S Female W 11 AR At Home AR AL
Frank PEEL Son S Male W 7 AR Home AR AL
Ruby PEEL Dau S Female W 5 AR Home AR AL
119. Lizzie J. Daniel Mitchel, “The Berry Family,” The Madison County Genealogist (Arkansas), Volume 3, # 2, 1971.
Letters written 1n 1914-1915 to ***
120. “History of Benton, Washington, Carroll, Madison, Crawford,Franklin, and Sebastian Counties, Arkansas.,” Chicago: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1889.
"John D. Berry, postmaster of Ozark, was born in DeKalb County, Ala., March 18, 1839. His father, John Berry, was born in Virginia, but was reared in Alabama, where he married Jane Orr, a native of Tennessee. (I think this is typo on dad's name. I find James, Jane Berry and kids on the Carroll County census in 1850.) In 1849 he moved to Arkansas and located at Carrollton, in Carroll County, engaging in the mercantile business there until 1869. He then pursued the same business in Berryville, of that county, until the war. He lost his wife at Carrollton, and his death occurred at Clarksville, at the residence of a daughter. John D. grew to manhood in Carroll County, working in his father's store, and engaged in the stock business with him. He joined the State troops in 1861, and enlisted in the regular Confederate army in 1862. After serving a year in Col. Gordon's Cavalry, he was transferred to Harrell's battalion of cavalry, and made adjutant, which office he held until the close of the war, although his regiment was afterward consolidated with Col. Crawford's. He participated in a number of minor engagements, besides the battles at Prairie View, Fayetteville. Poison Springs, Boonsville and Mark's Mills. Since 1865 Mr. Berry has resided in Ozark, where he has held several official positions. He was appointed deputy sheriff and constable of White Oak Township, and in 1868 was elected town marshal, holding that office fifteen years. Until 1887 he was engaged in the transfer business. In August, 1884, he was appointed postmaster, and is still efficiently performing the duties of that office. He is a prosperous business man, and a brother of James H. Berry, United States Senator. March 24, 1860, he was married, in Carrollton, to Mary P. Winn, a native of Missouri, who was reared in Carroll County, and is a daughter of Dr. R. M. Winn (deceased), formerly of Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Berry have four daughters and two sons: Myrtle, Magnolia, Carl J., Richard, Mary E. and Euna. Mrs. Berry belongs to the Methodist Episcopal Church, and Mr. Berry has been superintendent of the Presbyterian Sunday-school for a number of years. He has filled all the chairs of the I. O. O. F. lodge, and has represented his lodge in the Grand Lodge. He also belongs to the K. of H., and has served his lodge as treasurer."
121. “The Political Graveyard,” http://politicalgraveyard.com/geo/AR/BE.html#CEM, 7 Nov 2000.
122. An autobiography of James H. Berry, James Henderson Berry, Bentonville, Ark., Democratic print, http://tinyurl.com/ybt4pjz.
123. “Biographical Directory of the United States Congress,” http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=B000418, 7 Nov 2000.
125. LDS FamilySearch Site, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp, Klovia McKennon Tilley, 12844 Huntsman Way, Potomac, MD 20854.
126. “Dr. George Crump McKennon,” McKENNON FAMILY.doc, Elizabeth (Libby) McKennon Jacques, jacques@satxemail.com, 28 Sep 2002.
127. “Hugh French Berry Family History,” March 2004, Donald Morris Berry, dmberry@shaw.ca.
128. “A Berry History,” John Berry Nolan, December 1975, p. 30.
129. Berry Family History, Hugh Campbell Berry, 1875, copy on possession of James L. Berry.
130. “The Political Graveyard,” http://politicalgraveyard.com/geo/CA/SR.html#R9T0WRB6K, 7 Nov 2000.
131. “Biographical Directory of the United States Congress,” http://bioguide.congress.gov/scripts/biodisplay.pl?index=B000415, 7 Nov 2000.
132. Berry, “James K Polk Berry Married Susan Jane Sears,” 9799, May 12, 2008, Susan Olson, yoga_mogul@yahoo.com.
133. “Frost-Denney.GED,” 9 July 2001, Lori Williams, lowilli@iwvisp.com.
134. “History of Benton, Washington, Carroll, Madison, Crawford,Franklin, and Sebastian Counties, Arkansas.,” Chicago: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., 1889.
"Hon. T. D. Berry was born in Jackson County, Ala., at Belfast, September 24, 1827, and is a son of Thomas and Elizabeth (McFerrin) Berry. The father was born and reared in Virginia, and was a soldier in one of the Indian wars. He was a planter, and died in Alabama. The maternal grandfather was James D. McFerrin. T. D. Berry grew to manhood in Alabama, and upon coming to Arkansas located in Madison County, where he served as sheriff four years. [p.1226] In 1861 he enlisted in the army under Col. David Walker, as a private, but was afterward elected lieutenant, and served until the close of the war in that capacity. He was in a number of skirmishes with the Indians, and participated in the fights at Oak Hill and Elk Horn. The company being disbanded in Texas at the close of the war, he located at Ozark, and engaged in planting. In 1866 he served one term in the Legislature, and ten years later served another. Since 1874 he has successfully practiced law in Ozark and the adjoining country. He is one of the most prominent citizens of the town, and for five consecutive years served as mayor of Ozark. In August, 1844, he married Jemima Boatright, daughter of William Boatright, and a native of Tennessee, who was reared in Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Berry have a family of four sons and four daughters: Nancy J. (wife of Henry Richardson), Mary A. (wife of F. M. Elsey), A. H. Berry, A. W. Berry, Dusey K. (wife of A. L. Eichenberger), W. T. Berry, Mattie H. and Frank M. Mr. Berry is a Royal Arch Mason, K. of H., and has represented all the orders in the Grand Lodge of the I. O. O. F."
135. “1880 Census,” Ozark, Franklin Co., Arkansas, Family History Library Film 1254044 NA Film Number T9-0044 Page Number 714D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
T. D. BERRY Self M Male W 55 TN Lawyer --- ---
Jemima BERRY Wife M Female W 48 KY Keeping House --- ---
Alfred BERRY Son S Male W 22 AR Going To School TN KY
Mattie BERRY Dau S Female W 19 AR At Home TN KY
Willie T. BERRY Son S Male W 17 TX At Home TN KY
Frank BERRY Son S Male W 12 AR At Home TN KY
James PARKS Other S Male W 25 AR Lawyer AR AR
136. GenCircle Site, “Boatright and Allied Lines,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/dennisgb/1, Dennis G. Boatright, dennis@homemail.com.
137. “1880 Census,” Ozark, Franklin Co., Arkansas, Family History Library Film 1254044 NA Film Number T9-0044 Page Number 712D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
F. M. ELSEY Self M Male W 37 MO Inn-Keeper TN TN
M. A. ELSEY Wife M Female W 32 AR Keeping House TN TN
Addie ELSEY Dau S Female W 15 MO At Home MO MO
Eva ELSEY Dau S Female W 10 AR At Home MO AR
Lena ELSEY Dau S Female W 4 AR At Home MO AR
J. C. ELSEY Other S Male W 31 MO Druggist TN TN
...plus other guests at the inn.
138. “Washington County marriage register, 1782-1820,” Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1961, 104 pgs, Heritage Quest online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com, p. 11.
139. “McSpadden Family,” http://www.midcoast.com/~davisw/ms_0021.html, Robert P. Lewis, cheechako@inetarena.com.
140. “A Reminiscent History of The Ozark Region,” various, Goodspeed Brothers, Chicago, 1894, O. C. Bailey Library, Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas, http://www.accessgenealogy.com/scripts/data/database.cgi?file=Data&report=SingleArticle&ArticleID=0029817, p. 232.
141. Augusta County, Virginia, “Order Book,” vol. XVII, p. 227, November 22, 1782, Internet, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia - Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800 by Lyman Chalkley Complete in Three Volumes, vol. I, p. 464, http://www.rootsweb.com/~chalkley/.
142. “Holographic Will of John Berry, Dec’d,” 10 dec 1780, Washington County, Virginia Will Book 1, Page 117, http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/va+index+570390855606+F, ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/washington/wills/b6000009.txt.
John Berry, Transcription of Will Dated 10 Dec 1780 Proved 15 August 1786 Washington County, Virginia Will Book 1 Page 117

I, John Berry of Washington Co., do desire that the small portion of goods that God has pleased to bless me with should be disposed of in the following manner (to wit) that so much be sold as will pay all lawful debts of such things that can be best spared. Second, that my possession of land be held and improved for the support of my wife and small children until they be grown up to labor for the support of themselves and then to be valued and each of my sons and wife having an equal share which shall be paid by the two eldest unto the two youngest my wife having still having her choice whether to demand her share in money or retain her claim in land. Third, as for my household furniture to be
equally divided between my wife and Sarah and Nancy. Fourth, after choice being made of two head horses and two milk cows for the better support of my family (Made by my wife) The residue to be sold and divided between my wife and children observing one
third to be added to my wife and each of my daughters over and above the portions of my sons A bond of nine pounds eight shillings to be paid in hard money on old trade by Wilas Enyart to be collected and applied for the use of schooling my children.
Whereunto I set my hand this tenth day of December One Thousand Seven Hundred and Eighty.

At a court held for Washington Co., August 15th 1786. This
last will and Testament of John Berry, deceased was
exhibited in Court and proved by oaths of John Dorand and
Samuel Magee who made oath to the handwriting of the said
deceased and ordered to be recorded. Teste: John Campbell
143. Augusta County, Virginia, “Order Book,” vol. III, p. 187, August 29, 1751, Internet, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia - Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800 by Lyman Chalkley Complete in Three Volumes, vol. I, p. 47, http://www.rootsweb.com/~chalkley/.
144. Augusta County, Virginia, “Order Book,” vol. VI, p. 88, March 15, 1758, Internet, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia - Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800 by Lyman Chalkley Complete in Three Volumes, vol. I, p. 79, http://www.rootsweb.com/~chalkley/.
145. Augusta County, Virginia, “Order Book,” vol. XVII, p. 207, Octobr 19, 1779, Internet, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia - Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800 by Lyman Chalkley Complete in Three Volumes, vol. I, p. 139, http://www.rootsweb.com/~chalkley/.
146. Berry Family Genealogy Forum, “Re: Parents of Jane (Campbell) Berry,” message #7184, 26 May 2002, Bennett Dickson, bennett_dickson@attglobal.net, GenForum, http://genforum.genealogy.com.
147. “Genealogy of the Berry and Associated Families,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~berry/, Jim Jackson, Carol Vass, Marie Loughlin, 3 April 2000.
148. “An American Adventure,” “Magill Ancestors,” http://www.phillipsplace.net/genealogy/surnames/magill.html, Sue Phillips, sue@phillipsplace.net, http://www.phillipsplace.net/genealogy/index.html, 1838 letter.
149. http://members.tripod.com/~Randy_T/home.html, “Randy Treadway's Homepage,” My Magill Lineage, http://members.tripod.com/~Randy_T/magill.html, Randall Scott Treadway, rtreadway@fbx.com, 11 Dec 2002.
150. Augusta County, Virginia, “Misc. Court Papers,” vol. I, CR--Vol. 1 16, November 28, 1751, Internet, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia - Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800 by Lyman Chalkley Complete in Three Volumes, vol. I, p. 439, http://www.rootsweb.com/~chalkley/.
151. “Re: J N and Belle Griffin,” Bill McDonald, chaplain@ponyexpress.net, 25 Nov 2000.
152. “A Reminiscent History of The Ozark Region,” various, Goodspeed Brothers, Chicago, 1894, O. C. Bailey Library, Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas, http://www.accessgenealogy.com/scripts/data/database.cgi?file=Data&report=SingleArticle&ArticleID=0029817, p. 237.
153. “Washington County marriage register, 1782-1820,” Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1961, 104 pgs, Heritage Quest online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com, p. 10.
154. “The Baily’s Roots,” Nathan Osborn Maxwell Baily, http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~baily/index.html, 7 July 2002.
155. “Washington County marriage register, 1782-1820,” Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1961, 104 pgs, Heritage Quest online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com, p. 14.
156. “Re: Gilliland & McFerrin,” Julian C. Renfro, nancyrenfro@msn.com, 11 August 2003.
157. ‘Copy of a Prior Transcription of Esther Berry McCord Bible Page’
from a 20 January 1958 letter written by Louise McIntyre to Florence Fancher, {Mrs. J. K. Fancher, Bartlesville, OK. This letter on deposit in the Leslie Dryden Genealogy Collection, Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture at Salisbury State University, Salisbury, MD.
Notebook labled: “DRYDEN, Shenandoah IV”, pages 79, 85-96.
[Notes: Esther Berry was a daughter of Thomas Berry Sr [who died in 1799 in Washington Co, VA]. Esther was married to David McCord 8 Dec 1795 in Washington Co, VA. The following transcription is a second hand copy of one of the bible pages of Esther Berry and her husband David McCord. Research into the area of the Paris, Edgar Co, IL where Louise McIntyre said that the copy was obtained by her cousin, indicates that the bible record was probably in the hands of Thomas McCord who died in Paris, IL in 1886. Thomas McCord was the second son of Esther Berry/David McCord. Esther Berry McCord can now be documented as having died in Edgar Co, IL 27 Dec 1842. Thomas McCord can be documented in newspaper articles as having given a speech at the “First DRYDEN Family Reunion” [25 Sept 1880] in Coles Co, IL about the mutual ancestor of the Dryden and McCords, Thomas Berry Sr.]
Thomas Berry, Born in Ireland 1718
The children of Thomas Berry and ___ Buckannon his wife
James Berry
Barbary Berry - wife of David Dryden
Thomas Berry -
Mollie Berry - wife of James Trimble
Wm. Berry - was killed at the Battle of Gilford 1778

Esther Ward second wife of Thomas Berry [above line:1730 died 1816] born in Penn
The children of Thom and Esther Berry were
Betsy Berry - wife of James Harris
George Berry - married Betsy Lowry
Susanna Berry - wife of Samuel McChesney
John Berry - married Jane Temple
Rebecca Berry - wife of Caleb Litten
Esther Berry - wife of David McCord
Frances Berry - married Nancy Berry

Esther Berry McCord was born Apr 13 1770 - Died Dec 27 [--?--]
David McCord born June 5 1765 married to Esther Berry 1795-12-8 -- Died Jan 1-1827

This paper was written by a descendant of David and Esther McCord in the 1880s.
158. Sterling Price Berry, Grosse Point, MI, spberry@worldnet.att.net, July, 1999.
159. “Carol's Berry/McCutchen family file,” 23 Mar 2003, Carol Vass, SVass@aol.com.
160. “PROFILES OF CALDWELL COUNTY PIONEERS, FRANCIS BERRY (1762-185?)The Genealogical and Historical Society Of Caldwell County,” Fall, 1986, John Nichols, jcni@aol.com.
161. “Inhabitants DeWitt Colony 1828,” Wallace L. McKeehan, http://www.tamu.edu/ccbn/dewitt/dewitt.htm, 8 Dec 2000.
162. “Berry Individuals in 1850 Texas,” http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/census/1850/berry1850.txt, K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com.
163. “Apperson Family in America,” Vera Apperson English, self-published, 1977, courtesy Rowan Fairgrove, RowanF@conjure.com, p. 272.
164. “Apperson Family in America,” Vera Apperson English, self-published, 1977, courtesy Rowan Fairgrove, RowanF@conjure.com.
165. The McSpadden Family, Hugh Campbell Berry, 1875, copy on possession of James L. Berry.
166. “History of Laclede, Camden, Dallas, Webster, Wright, Texas, Pulaski, Phelps and Dent Counties, Missouri,” Chicago: Goodspeed Publishers, 1889, shared by Carol Vass, http://digital.library.umsystem.edu/cgi-bin/Ebind2h3?umr6.

"Moses M. McSpadden, farmer and stock raiser of Short Bend Township, and the son of Capt. John and Elizabeth (Apperson) McSpadden, and grandson of Moses McSpadden, was born in Washington County, Va., in 1823. His grandfather was probably born in North Carolina, and died in Virginia about 1827. He was of Scotch-Irish origin, and a well to do farmer.

The parents of our subject were both natives of Virginia, where they lived until 1828, when they moved to Missouri by land, crossing the river at St. Louis, which was at that time a small town. They lived in St. Charles County for about three years, and then removed to Franklin County, where he built a powder mill on Spring Creek. He died about the time it was completed, which was in 1834. He was a millwright and miller, and an enterprising citizen. He was captain of the militia in early days, and was a surveyor of either St. Charles or Franklin County. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church. His wife died a few months prior to his death. She was the daughter of Dr. John Apperson, a native of Virginia, who came to Missouri at an early date. He died in Franklin County, Mo., in 1835, and was a well known and prominent phys- ician and surgeon for many years. He was of Scotch descent. He reared a large family; one of his sons, John, was a soldier in the War of 1812 and another son, Randolph W., now of California, is father-in-law to Senator George Hearst, of California

Moses M. McSpadden, subject of this sketch, is the eldest of four children, one son and three daugh- ters, and is the only one now living. He was left an orphan at the age of ten or eleven, and was mostly reared by a cousin, Moses Berry, of Franklin County. He received a limited country school education, and when about fifteen years of age he went to Washington County, attended school and worked on a farm. He lived some years with Randolph W. Apperson, who was his guardian. He came to Dent County, Mo., in 1849, and established a store on the Meramec, in Meramec Township, where he remained for about three years. In 1852 he was married, in the house where he now lives to Miss Juliann Millsaps, daughter of James and Elizabeth Millsaps. Her father died many years ago in St. Francois County, and her mother, who was born in 1808, died near Salem in 1880. Mrs. McSpadden was born in Washington Co., Mo. Her grandfather, Thomas Higginbotham, who was a native of Georgia, left home when young on account of a step-mother, and was married in Tennessee to Miss Eliza- beth Ross. He then moved to Missouri, when it was still a Territory, and settled in Washington County, where his wife died many years ago. He then, in about 1836, settled on a farm, where the subject of this sketch now lives, and there died in 1851, at the age of eighty-seven. He was known as Capt. Higginbotham, having served as captain in the War of 1812. His father, Joseph Higginbotham, was a native of Ireland, and commanded a company in the Revolutionary War.
To Mr. McSpadden and wife were born five children, one son and four daughters now living (one died in infancy): Elizabeth, wife of Moses H. McSpadden; Alcey Jane, wife of Dr. Andrew H. Love; Emeline A. and Joseph M. Soon after marriage Mr. McSpadden settled in Salem, where he followed merchandis- ing a few years, and then settled in the woods near Salem, where he improved a good farm. He lived there until 1887, and then came to his present farm, which consists of over 360 acres. In all he has 1,300 acres, and a business block in Salem. In 1853 Mr. McSpadden was elect- ed county and circuit court clerk for six years, and re-elected in 1859, but was removed during the war. Again, in 1874, he was elected circuit clerk, and served four years with credit and satisfaction. He declined to be re-elected. He has been a Democrat in politics all his life, and his first presidential vote was cast for Franklin Pierce in 1852. He was formerly a member of the Masonic fraternity, now demitted and has been a member of the Presbyterian Church for many years.
At the breaking out of the Mexican War in Texas he joined Company I, of Col. Albert Sidney Johnston's regiment (Third Texas Infantry), for six years, but after three months was discharged on account of ill health. Some time after he volunteered his services, but was rejected. He served as sergeant. The lumber in Mr. McSpadden's house was sawed by a whip saw on the farm, and is one of the oldest houses in Dent county, the stone chimney bearing the date of 1838. Mr. McSpadden was the first man to be elected county and circuit clerk and recorder of Dent county, and is one of the old and much respected citizens of the county."
167. “WHO IS DR. JOHN H. KING of Greene Co TN ?,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~johnking4tn/GED/pafg01.htm, hendry@usit.net.
168. GenCircle Site, “Faulkner,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/jonzo/, Jon Faulkner, jonztime@msn.com.
169. “Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northeast Arkansas,” Chicago: Goodspeed Publishers, 1889, p. 285, Ancestry.com, http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/inddbs/3290.htm.
170. “Direct Descendants of <John Berry,” 16 July 2001, Edith Page, page1@bendnet.com.
171. Locust Grove Cemetery, Locust Grove, Independence Co., AR, http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ar/independence/cemeteries/locustgrove1.txt, Cindy Treadway, cin@ipa.net.
172. “1880 Census,” District 82, Johnson Co., Texas, Family History Library Film 1255313 NA Film NumberT9-1313 Page Number282A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
173. “Berry/McSpadden census data Texas,” K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com, 18 Mar 2003.
Johnson County, Texas in 1860.

186/187
M653_1298 450a Berry A J 45 m VA (Andrew Jackson)
M653_1298 450a Berry A J 34 f VA (nee McSpadden)
M653_1298 450a Berry H M M 16 m MO (Hugh Moses Milton)
M653_1298 450a Berry M E A 11 f MO (Margaret E A)
M653_1298 450a Berry W F 9 m TX
M653_1298 450a Berry M A 4 f TX
M653_1298 450a Berry J E 11/12 f TX

598/610
M653_1298 480b Berry John 62 m VA
M653_1298 480b Berry Nancy W 62 f VA (nee Apperson)
M653_1298 480b Berry R A M 21 f TX (R Amanda M)
M653_1298 480b Kirkwood Martha 16 f MS

599/611
M653_1298 480b Berry J L A 34 m VA (John Lafayette Apperson)
M653_1298 480b Berry James N 6 m TX
M653_1298 480b Berry John H 3 m TX
M653_1298 480b Berry M R C 24 m VA (Moses Randolph Columbus)
(According to Angelina County, Texas marriage records, John L A Berry married K. A. Odell, 24 Aug 1852. She apparently died 1857-1860)


602/614
M653_1298 481a Berry Samuel 30 m AL
M653_1298 481a Berry A A E 27 f AL
M653_1298 481a Berry Joseph 5 m LA
M653_1298 481a Berry John C 4 m LA
M653_1298 481a Berry Sarah E 2 f TX
M653_1298 481a Berry Amanda J 1 f TX
(Could this be another branch of the family? The wife's initials are unusual. Could this actually be one of John Berry's daughters married to a cousin? Not that many families gave three first names to their children.)


638/651
M653_1298 483b Berry John W 35 m KY (attorney at law)
M653_1298 483b Berry Sarah C 18 f KY
M653_1298 483b Berry Susan S 3 f TX
M653_1298 483b Berry Margaret A 2 f TX
M653_1298 483b Berry Clarence P 3/12 m TX
174. “Re: Harkleroad,” Gladys Owens, gladysowens@hotmail.com, 10/20/2000.
Attachment to email message.
175. Cyntha Berry Thomas’ Recollections, Mamie Thomas Duncan, as told to Wanda Thomas Younker, 1 Jul 1990, Spokane, WA.
176. “1880 Census,” Osage, Crawford Co., Missouri, Family History Library Film 1254683 NA Film Number T9-0683 Page Number 99A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Rebecca S. BERRY Self W Female W 56 TN Farmer VA NC
Sarah J. BERRY Dau S Female W 33 MO Farms TN VA
Andrew H. BERRY Son S Male W 15 MO Farms TN VA
Francis M. BERRY Son S Male W 12 MO Farms TN VA
Edward C. BERRY Son S Male W 9 MO TN VA
177. “Re: Washington County Census Data etc.,” Carol Vass, SVass@aol.com, 5 & 6 Apr 2003.
178. “Descendants of James Hope & Margaret Dryden,” Dryden Family Files, Washington County Historical Society, Abingdon, Virginia.
179. Marriages of Washington Co, VA 1781-1853, D. E. Brown, Washington County Historical Society, 1993.
180. “Washington County marriage register, 1782-1820,” Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1961, 104 pgs, Heritage Quest online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com, p. 15.
181. “Washington County marriage register, 1782-1820,” Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1961, 104 pgs, Heritage Quest online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com, p. 22.
182. “1850 Census plus Annotations,” Wright Co., MO, Annotated by Gloria Bogart Carter, http://www.rootsweb.com/~mowright/wricen27.htm, 1 Apr 2001.
183. “A Reminiscent History of The Ozark Region,” various, Goodspeed Brothers, Chicago, 1894, O. C. Bailey Library, Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas, http://www.accessgenealogy.com/scripts/data/database.cgi?file=Data&report=SingleArticle&ArticleID=0029817, pp. 232, 237.
184. “Washington County marriage register, 1782-1820,” Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1961, 104 pgs, Heritage Quest online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com, p. 16.
185. “Register of Births & Deaths 1853-1859 & 1871-1892,” Book, Washington Co., VA Clerk’s Office, Abingdon, Washington Co., VA, 14 Apr 2000, p. 10, l. 21.
186. “Register of Births & Deaths 1853-1859 & 1871-1892,” Book, Washington Co., VA Clerk’s Office, Abingdon, Washington Co., VA, 14 Apr 2000, p. 6, l. 27.
187. “Re: Green Spring Berrys,” James William Berry, berryjw@ufl.edu, November 22, 2006.
188. “Mary Ellen Carmichel Cantrell Logan,” Warren G. Cantrell, Wgcantrell@aol.com, 18 Aug 2001.
189. “Berry Family Testament and Psalms - 1869,” thought to be the work of Victor Cleophas Berry with annotations by perhaps William Howard Berry and Merle Berry Ingram.
190. “Berry-Essary Family.ged,” 16 Aug 2001, Linda Berry, ponyduck@wf.net.
191. “Re: Family Tree,” Dianna Wright, wrightofway@earthlink.net, 3 August 2000.
192. “Family Tree,” Carolyn Norton, canhon@jps.net, 3 August 2000.
193. “OAKWOOD CEMETERY, Gibson Co., Tennessee,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/cemeteries/oakwood_dyer_1.htm.
194. GenCircle Site, “MO Ramseys,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/echart/1, Edward C. Hart, echart@hotmail.com.
195. “Re: Margaret (Sullivan) Berry,” Eva Kinnard, evadel@qwest.net, 8 Nov 2000.
196. “Re; McFerrin Family,” Carla J. Page, pagefanny@juno.com, 23 Mar 2001.
198. “DEATH NOTICES FROM THE CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE,,” NASHVILLE TENNESSEE, 1877-1879, Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith, http://www.tngenweb.org/madison/smith/nca6-01.htm.
199. “GWEN'S FAMILY - Foster line.ged,” Gwen Hopkins, ldytramp@aboutmontana.net, 7 May 2004.
200. “Kings,” Davina McGilvra, d.mcgilvra@attbi.com, 29 Mar 2002.
201. “Re: Constance Gurley,” Carolyn Masur, caromoo@netzero.net, 4/30/03, 5/1/03.
202. Athena Cemetery, Umatilla Co., OR, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/athena.html, 18 July 2000.
203. Peggy J. Rogers., “KING'S RIVER SETTLEMENT (AR),” http://members.aol.com/arhistory/towns/kingsr.htm.
204. “A Berry History,” John Berry Nolan, December 1975, King-Gurley Connection.
205. “Gourley 6 geneations tied,” Deb Gourley, gourleydeb@aol.com, 30 Sep 2000.
206. “Gurley Family,” Pat Braswell, patbras@htcomp.net, 21 Aug 2001.
207. “Descendants of William B. King,” 25 Nov 2001, Heather Christine Quail, HQuail@aol.com.
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William KING Son S Male W 18 CA At School AL TN
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James KING Son S Male W 16 ARKANSAS At School AL ARKANSAS
Emsy W. KING Son S Male W 13 ARKANSAS At School AL ARKANSAS
Lena L. KING Dau S Female W 11 ARKANSAS At School AL ARKANSAS
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Edward C. KING Son S Male W 5 ARKANSAS At Home AL ARKANSAS
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C.A. COX Wife M Female W 61 INDIANA Keeping House NC VA
Josaphine COX Dau S Female W 23 IOWA At Home IN IN
F.M. COX Son S Male W 21 IOWA Farm Laborer IN IN
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50 50  Adam MILLS   Self  M  Male   W  29   IN  Farmer   OH  OH 
 Caroline MILLS   Wife  M  Female  W  25   IA  Keeping House  KY  OH 
  Fannie MILLS   Dau  S  Female  W  6   IA   IN  IA 
  Alice E. MILLS   Dau  S  Female  W  4   IA   IN  IA 
  William H. MILLS  Son  S  Male   W  2  IA   IN  IA 
  MILLS  Son  S  Male   W  1M  KS   IN  IA 

51 51  William H. HESS   Self  M  Male   W  61  KY  Farmer   HESSE  KY 
   Lucy J. HESS   Wife  M  Female   W  41  OH  Keeping House  NY   NY 
   Sherman P. HESS  Son  S   Male   W  16  IA  Works On Farm  KY   OH 
   Laura B. HESS   Dau  S   Female  W   8  IA   KY   OH 
   Orie M. HESS   Dau  S   Female  W   7   KS   KY   OH

52 52  Charles H. DAVIS  Self  M   Male   W  31  ME  Farmer   ME  ME 
   Alice E. DAVIS Wife  M  Female  W  26  IA  Keeping House  KY  NY 
   Addie DAVIS   Dau  S   Female  W   9   ME     ME  IA 
   Edwin DAVIS   Son  S  Male   W   6   ME   ME  IA 
   Nellie DAVIS   Dau  S   Female  W   3   IA   ME  IA 
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Polley Gabbart 57 F Kentucky
William Gabbart 30 M Farmer Kentucky
John Gabbart 21 M Farmer Kentucky
Nancy Gabbart 25 F Kentucky
Prulina Gabbart 24 F Kentucky
Sylvester Gabbart 17 M Farmer Kentucky
Amanda Grabbart 18 F Kentucky
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In the Name of God amen I William Magill of Augusta County being sick in body but of
perfect wit and Memory thanks be to God calling to ? ? the uncertain State of this
transitory life and that all life? must yield to Death when it ? please God to call do
make ? ? ? and declare this my Last Will and Testament in Manner and form following
revoking and ?ing and by those presents all and every Testament and Testaments Will and Wills ? heretofore made by me and declared ? by Word or Writings and this ? taken only for my last will and Testament ??
And first being sorry from the bottom of my heart for my sins past ?? humbly desiring forgiveness for th? ?. I give and comitt my Soul to God my Saviour and Redeemer in whom and by ? ? of Jesus Christ & believe to be Saved and to have full remission (?) & pardon of all my sins and that my Soul with my body on a Genoral Day of Resurrection Shall rise again with Joy and thru the Merious of Christs death and passion ? of Inherit the Kingdom of heaven prepared for his ? and ? and my body to be buried in such a place where it shall ? my ? hereafter ? And now following of my temporal Estate of Such goods Chattels or Debts as in ? pleased God for above my ? to bestow upon me I do order or give and disposs as followeth That is to say. First I wish that all my Debts and dues that I owe in right and ? to any person or persons whatsoever shall well and truly be paid within convenient time after my decd? by my Executors I order my wife Margaret to have ? of the half of the Cows and one bay two year old Mare and the half of the household furnishings & the Gray mare to her Son David Gass and as for my land I order it to be Divided between my sons James and William, and ? to run a straight Course from the river by the ? and of James Meadow towards a little Spring between and Charles Campbell and James to have the land he now lives on and William the land he now lives on I order my Son John to have the young bay Yearling ?. And as for the rest of the Young Cattle I order them to be equally divided among my children And likewise my hoggs I order to be divided equally between my wife and my children I order my brown coat for my son John and the white coat to William and the half of the house hold Goods to William ? one ? to be excepted for my wife more than her equal Shares and the ? of one ? to my wife also above her equal Share. I order my grandchild James son to have one heifer of a year old I order my wifs Share of the Creatures and William and Elizabeth to be maitained on ? plantation this Winter, and my funeral charges to be taken out of the whole estate. My Sadlo (?) and other Tools I order them with the plow Irons to William and the bigg Bible I leave it to James as Witness my hand this tenth day of October 1749. I order Robert Craven and Hugh Campbell to be my Exs Memorandum before signing William is to have the black mare and Gray horss
William Magill
Margaret M. Magill
Andrew Erwin
Charles Campbell

At a court continued and held for Augusta County
The Last Will and Testament of William Magill decd was presented into court by Robert
Craven Hugh Campbell the Executors therein named and being proved by Andrew Erwin and Charles Campbell the Witnesses thereto subscribed is ? ? and on -?- of the law Ex who made oath thereto according to Law Certificate is granted them for obtaining a probate thereof for due form And Margaret tho which of those deced personally appeared in Court and declared that she would not receive or take any legacy or Logands (?) to her given ? thereby or any part thereof and did renounce all be ? or advantages which she might Claim By the Said Will.
Teste John Madison Clbur
Know all men by these presents that Robert Craven Hugh Campbell Andrew Erwin and
Charles Campbell are held and firmly bound unto John Lewis the first Justice in the
Commission of the Peace for Augusta County; for, and in behalf and to the sole Use and
Behoos of the Justices of the said County, and their Successors, in the sum of five
hundred pounds to be paid to the said John Lewis his Executors, Administrators, and
Assigns: To the which Payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, and every of us, our and every of our Heirs, Executors, and Administrators, jointly and severally, firmly by these Presents. Seated with our Seals. Dated this 29th day of November Anno Dom 1749.
The Condition of this obligation is such that if the above Robert Craven & Hugh
Campbell Executors of the Last Will and Testament of Wm Magill deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect inventory of all and singular, the Goods, Chattels and Credits of the said deceased which have or shall come to the hands possesion or knowledge of the said Executors or into the hands or posession of any other person or persons for those and the laws to made do exhibit unto the County Court of Augusta at such time as they shall be thereunto required by the said Court and the ? Goods Chattels and Credits and all other the Goods Chattels and Credits of the said deceased which at any time after shall come to the Hands or Possesion or knowledge of the said Robert Craven & Hugh Campbell or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for those also well and truly Administer according to Law: And further do make a full and true account of their Actings and Doings therein when thereto required by the said Court; and all official well and truly pay and deliver all the Logarios? contained and specified ? ? said Testament as far as the said Goods, Chattels, and Credits will thereunto extend and the Law shall Charge: Then this obligation to be void and of none effect or else to remain in full force and Virtue.
Sealed and delivered in the presence of:
Robert Craven
Hugh Campbell
And. Erwin
Chas. Campbell

At a court continued and held for Augusta county, the 29th day of November, 1749. This last will and testament of William Magill, deceased, was presented to court by Robert Craven and Hugh Campbell, the executors therein named;; and being proven by Andrew Erwin and Charles Campbell, the witness thereto subscribed, is admitted to record, and on motion of the said executors; who made oath thereto according to law, certificate is granted them for obtaining a probate thereof in due form, and Marget, the relict of said deceased, personally appeared in court, and declared that she would not receive or take any legacy of legacies to her given or bequeathed through, by or any part thereof, and did renounce all benefit or advantages which she might claim by the said will.
Teste John Madison
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[Marginal Note: Will Wm. Berry Decd, Exmd]

In the Name of God Amen I William Berry Sr of Rockbridge County and State of Virginia Being weak in body But of perfect Memory thanks be Given to the almighty God for the same and Calling to mind the Mo[rta]lity of my Body an knowing that it is appointed for all men once to Die Mak[e and] Ordain this my last will and testament in the manner and form following first I Recommend my Soul into the hands of God that gave it and my body to the [ground] to be Buried in a Christian and desent Manner at the Diseration of my Exec[cutor] and as tutching Such worldly Estate as it hath pleased God to bless me with in th[e] I Give and Dispose of the Same in Manner and form following Im promist I Give [and] Bequeath to my son James Berry the one half of this Plantation thu and my s[on] William Berry now lives on to him his heirs & assigns forever and the other half of s[aid] to my son William Berry & his heirs and assigns forever orterwies my son William Berry is to have it at his Choice to pay sd James Berry the just sum of one hundred fifty pounds after my just Debts is paid and retain the whole of sd lands for Ever also my Negrow man Namd Ralph after my Death is to be Valued By sd James and William Berry or Some other fit persons chosen for that Purpose and the price of s[aid] Negrow to be Equally Divided Betwixt the sd James and William Berry or their he[irs] still referring to William Berry his choice like tht of the land I also Beq[ueath] to my son John Berrys heirs the Just sum of five Pounds I required that my s[ons] James and William Berry Each is to pay fifty shillings to the heirs of s[on] John Berry now Deceased I Bequeath to my Daughter Mary Berry my W[earing] Coat and her Coalt and a Saddle and two cows and two heifers those to [have] her Choice with her Bed and furniture and the rest of my houshold furnitu[re] such as puter and pots I allow to be Divided between my two Daughters Mary and Jane Berry My Negrow wench named Ann I Leave to my Daughter Mary Berry to be hers and her Assigns forever the rest of Moveble Estate I allow to be Divided Between my two sons James and William Berry Excepting one Mare Named Trim that I allow to Become the property of my Son James Berry at my Decease Likewsie to my Daughter Jane Berry I Bequeath five shillings sterling in Room of her Birthright and to my Daughter Nancy McCampble I bequeath five shillings sterling in Room of her Burthright Likewsie my Daughter Mary is to have her Mentainence off the planatation and I Do Constitute and appoint my two Sons James & William Berry Executos of this my last will and testament in Witness whereof I Have Set my hand and Seal this sixteenth Day of February in the Year of our lord one thousand seven hundred & Ninety one.

Signd Seald Published Pronounced and Delivered by the sd

William Berry (X his mark)

William Berry Senr to be his last will and Testament in Presents of
John Berry
Chs Berry

At a Court held for the County of Rockbridge the fifth day of February 1793 This Writing purporting the last will & Testament of William Berry deceased was presented in Court by James Berry & William Berry Executors herein named and proved by John Berry & Charles Berry subscribing witnesses and Ordered to be Recorded and on the motion of said Executors who made Oath according to Law Certificate is granted them for obtaining Probate thereof in due form they having together with James McCampbell & John Tedford their securities entered into & acknowledged their Bond in the penalty of £1000 Conditioned according to Law Teste A. Reid Cl.
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294. GenCircle Site, “Ancestors of Jo Ann & Jim Cornelius,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/joannjim/1, joannjim, joannjim@juno.com.
295. “IMMIGRANT SHIPS TRANSCRIBERS GUILD,” http://istg.rootsweb.com/v2/1600v2/fortune16211109.html.
296. SAVAGE, GENEALOGICAL DICTIONARY OF THE FIRST SETTLERS OF NEW ENGLAND, 1862 Ed., Vol. IV, p. 159.
Hugh, Plymouth 1621, came in the Fortune, removed to Dedham, where his wife and daughter Hannah were admitted of the church 1640, and the daughter soon after died as I infer from the town record of Hannah, born 17 February 1641; removed soon after and was of Lynn or Salem where he had a grant of land, says Felt, was made freeman 28 February 1643, and Farmer says, his wife was admitted of the Salem church 1659. Possibly it was another of the same baptismal name; and he may have gone home, for one Hugh Stacy was of the Congr. ch. with Reverend John Philip who went from our country, and organized that dissent. form at Wrentham, in country Suffolk 1650." '
297. “Re: Phineas ALLEN, Sibil BICKNELL,” Dee Davidson, jcricket@cecomet.net, 12 May 2001.
298. “Timothy Donaldson 1751 - 1883,” Harriet Hathaway Donaldson, 1930-1965, Don Wilkinson, donaldwilkinson@email.msn.com, 10 Feb 2001.
299. Robert Horner, rhorner@carolina.rr.com.
300. “Old Westfield Cemetary Transcriptions.”
301. “The Phelps Family of America,” Phelps, Judge Oliver Seymore, Eagle Pub. Co. 1899, New Hampshire Historical Society Library, pp 183, 299, 519,520.
302. “Elizabeth Stacy, daughter of Isaac Stacy,” Hugh MacDougall, Official Historian, Village of Cooperstown, coophist@stny.rr.com, 2 June 2004.
303. “Genealogical Abstracts of Rev. War Pensioners,” White, Virgil D., 1990, Oklahoma Historical Society Library.
304. “Sumner Delos Allen Family Bible.”
305. Chautauqua Co. NY Bios Forum, “Phineas ALLEN, 1758-1851,” http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/NY/ChautauquaBios?read=283, 7 May 2000, Dee Davidson <jcricket@cecomet.net>.
307. “Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors.” Vol. H, p.417.
308. “Brimfield Vital Records.” pp. 47, 53.
309. “Trimble/Berry,” Stephen E. Tuttle, setuttle@iquest.net, 10 May 2000.
310. “RE: Robert Houston George Family,” Eleanor M. Kryger, emkryger@hctc.com, 1 July 2003.
311. Sevier Family Genealogy Forum, Rebecca Savierre (Sevier) b 1760's VA?, February 25, 2001, Jan Walker, walkwg@aol.com.
312. “ Re: Genealogy - Alice Medora Pearson,” William F Pearson III, wfpearson@gmail.com, April 17, 2007.
313. “Genealogies of the Laughlin, Smith, Davis, & Barker Families, the Copeland, Malugin, Myers, & Hayes Families, the Berry, Barks, Kindrick, & Anderson Families, the Longbottom, Bowman, Windes, & Snider Families,” “and the Jordan, Reese, Fourthman, & Harper Families,” Gregory K. Laughlin, http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/.
314. “J. Lee Sharp's Ancestry Home Page,” John Lee Sharp, http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/h/a/John-L-Sharp/GENE5-0061.html.
John Lee Sharp, 173 Avon Ave, Lexington, Ky 40505, United States
JLEESHARP@email.msn.com
606-225-1879
315. “1860 Federal Census,” Kentucky, Whitley Co., Rockholds P O, Series: M653 Roll: 400 Page: 742, enumerated July 18, 1860, Heritage Quest Online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ky/whitley/census/1860/0720.gif.
838 773 Isaac King 84 M farm TN
Jane “ 70 F VA
Edward “ 25 M “ KY
Susanah Sullivan 15 F MO
Joseph Sullivan 13 M MO
Wm Sullivan 7 M MO
839 777 Wm T. King 35 M farm KY
Virginia C. “ 24 F KY
Edward L. “ 3 M KY
Sarah J. “ 1 F KY
Margaret E. “ 3/12 F KY
316. Berry Family Genealogy Forum, “Re: ascendants of John Berry,” message #6533, 7 Dec 2001, Carol Vass, svass@aol.com, GenForum, http://genforum.genealogy.com.
317. “Re: Floyd children of Ester Berry,” Joe Bassham, joe.bassham@worldnet.att.net, 16 Feb 2001, email message.
318. “The DeWitt Colony Alamo Defenders,” Wallace L. McKeehan, http://www.tamu.edu/ccbn/dewitt/dewitt.htm, 8 Dec 2000.
319. The Handbook of Texas Online, “Floyd, Dolphin Ward,” Bill Groneman, http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/view/FF/ffl23.html, 29 Sep 2001.
320. “Apperson Family in America,” Vera Apperson English, self-published, 1977, courtesy Rowan Fairgrove, RowanF@conjure.com, p. 268.
321. “Descendants of Tillman Berry, Sr.,” Home Pages - Frio County Genealogy, http://www.rootsweb.com/~txfrio/tillmanberrygenealogy.html.
322. “Larry’s Genealogical Links,” GENEALOG 3A - GALBREATHS, Larry Anderson, http://laanderson.com/gene-3a.htm.
323. Descendants of Francis Berry.doc, “Descendants of Francis Berry (1762-1853),” “(Children through Great-Great-Great Grandchildren).”
324. “Robert Berry Family Bible.”
Marriages
James W. McQuowen was married to Rachel Ann Wills June 7, 1841.
Robert E. Berry was married to Rachel A. McQuowen Sept. 27, 1857.
William E. Scott was married to Margaret R. McQuowen June 18, 1866.

Births
James W. McQuown born April 14, 1819
Rachel Ann McQuown born July 18, 1825
John Russel McQuown born March 29, 1847
Margaret Rebecca McQuown born Jan. 25, 1849
Laura Jane McQuown born June 2, 1851
James L. W. McQuown born June 12, 1853
Lucinda Wills born Oct. 31, 1813
Peter D. Wills born Jan. 16, 1816
Susannah Wills, born Feb. 21, 1818
R B Wills born July 7, 1820
R L Crockett born March 12, 1863
Robert E. Berry born Feb. 1, 1831
Rachel A. Berry born July 18, 1825
Alexander Thomas Berry born Oct. 21, 1858
Will E. Scott born Sept. 27, 1842
Maggie McQuown born Jan. 25, 1849
Charles R. Scott born May 2, 1867
John Walter Scott born Jan. 2, 1869
Moses Berry born April 16, 1803
Dorcos L. Berry born Aug. 28, 1802
Lewis Wills born April 1, 1784
Catherine Wills born Aug 24, 1783
James Berry born May 20, 1833
Thomas T. Berry born Feb. 12, 1835
James W. Scott born July, 1870
Bertie F. Scott born Feb. 29, 1872
Elizabeth Wills born Dec. 9, 1865
Mary Wills born Jan. 30, 1808
James Wills born Nov. 21, 1809
Nancy S. Wills born Nov. 21, 1811

Deaths
James W. McQuown died July 26, 1853
Lewis Wills died July 29, 1855
Catherine Wills died Nov. 15, 1874
R B Wills died Jan. 21, 1876
R D Wills died July 14, 1878
Margaret R. Scott died Jan. 13, 1873
William E. Scott died March 22, 1875
325. “U.S. Census,” Johnson Co., TN, 1900, internet, image, http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/tn/johnson/census/1900/096-08a.gif.
326. “Re: Moses Berry/Dorcas Edmondson,” Carol Vass, SVass@aol.com, 13 Mar 2003.
327. “Goodspeeds' History of Tennessee - Johnson County - 1887,” http://www.ls.net/~newriver/tn/good-jct.htm.
Robert E. Berry, county court clerk of Johnson County, Tenn., was born near Abingdon, Washington Co., VA, February 1, 1831, the son of Moses and Dorcas (Edmondson) Berry. The father was born in Washington County, VA, the son of Thomas, a native of Virginia. Moses and family moved to Clay County, Ill., in 1831 where he died in 1836. The mother was a native of the same county, the daughter Robert and Mary (Glenn) Edmondson. Our subject, the eldest of three sons, was educated, and taught school about five years. He became a citizen of Johnson Co Tenn., July, 1856. In July, 1865, he was elected county court clerk of Johnson Co. Tenn., and served as such up to October, 1869, meanwhile acting as deputy clerk and master in chancery; was clerk of circuit court for said county from November, until November, 1878; was appointed storekeeper and gauger in the second collection district, Tennessee (internal revenue Service) in 1878, and served as such up to 1881, and was graded as first-class; was again elected county court clerk of Johnson County, Tenn., in July, 1881, and has continued in said office up to the present time, September, 1887. His present term of office expires September 1, 1890. He married Mrs. Rachel A. McQuown, of Carter (now Johnson) County, the daughter of Lewis and Catherine (Vincell) Wills, on September 27,1857. Mrs. Berry was born in July, 1826. only child, Alexander T.; was born October 21, 1858.
328. “1880 Census,” Abingdon, Washington Co., Virginia, Family History Library Film 1255393 NA Film Number T9-1393 Page Number 30D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Thomas T. BERRY Self M Male W 43 IL Farmer VA VA
Emma J. BERRY Wife M Female W 28 VA Keeping House VA VA
Rosanna M. BERRY Dau S Female W 29 VA VA VA
James F. BERRY Son S Male W 17 VA Farming VA VA
Charles T. BERRY Son S Male W 14 VA Farming VA VA
Robert H. BERRY Son S Male W 7 VA VA VA
Francis E. BERRY Son S Male W 5 VA VA VA
Allie Bird BERRY Dau S Female W 3 VA VA VA
Robert EDMONDSON FatherL W Male W 73 VA Farmer VA VA
329. “1860 Census,” Bluff Bridge, Western District, Washington Co., Virginia, Washington County, Virginia GenWeb Site, http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/va/washington/census/1860/0488.gif.
910 873 Robert Edmundson 48 M Farmer 3,000 1,000 Va
Darcus S. Berry 52 F Housekeeper Va
Thomas T. Berry 23 M Farmer 200 Va 1
Jane Berry 18 F Housekeeper Va 1
330. Misc. Family Records, Gail C. Linahon, 13 Feb 2003.
331. “Genealogy of the Berry and Associated Families,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~berry/, Jim Jackson, Carol Vass, Marie Loughlin, 3 April 2000, p. 21.
332. Augusta County, Virginia, “Order Book,” vol. IV, p. 252, May 21, 1754, Internet, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia - Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800 by Lyman Chalkley Complete in Three Volumes, vol. 1, p. 64, http://www.rootsweb.com/~chalkley/index.htm.
333. “Last Will & Testament of John Berry, Dec’d,” 10 Oct 1770, Augusta Co., VA Will Book No. 4, Page 404, http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/va+index+56912406672+F.
Will: John Berry, Dated 10 October 1770, Proved 22 March 1771,
Source: Augusta Co., VA Will Book No. 4, Page 404

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IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN I John Berry of the County of Augusta and Colloney of Virginia
being weakly of body but of perfect mind and Memory thanks be given to Almighty God
therefore Considering the Mortallity of my body Knowing that it is appointed for all men
once to die I do Make & Ordain this my last will and Testament that is to say Principally
first of all I recommend and Commite my soul into the hands of Almighty God who gave it and my body to the Earth decently buried at the discretion of my Executor doubting nothing but I shall receive the same again by the Mighty Power of God at the General resurection and as Touching what estate it hath Pleased God to bless me with in this life I give devise & dispose of the same in the following Manner and form. Impremis it is my Will and I do order that all my lawful debts and funeral charges be fully Paid and Satisfyed Item- unto Mary my Daughter one Pound five shillings Curant money of Virginia. I likewise give and bequeath unto John Neisbit six shillings and six Pence Curent Money of Virginia. Item - I give and bequeath unto John Berry sun of James Berry deced. six Pounds Current Money of Virginia. I give and bequeath unto John Berry sun of William Berry ten pounds Current Money of Virginia. Item- I give & bequeath unto John Berry Sun of Francis Berry ten pounds Current Money of Virginia. Item- I give & Bequeath unto Fra. Berry Wheel right five pounds Current Money of Virginia Item- I give and (Page 405)
Bequeath unto Mary Berry daughter of William Berry Fowar [4] Pounds Current money of
Virginia. Item I give and Bequeath unto her Sister Elizabeth Berry Six pounds Current
money of Virginia. Item I give and bequeath unto Elizabeth Berry Daughter of Charles Berry five pounds Current money of Virginia. Item I give & bequeath unto my Daughter Rebecca Berry twenty pounds Curent money of Virginia I likewise Constitute and appoint my trusty friends Alexander Walker Wheel wright & William Edmaston sole Executors of this my last will & Testament and do hereby disanul & revock all other Wills or Testament by me made declaring & Publishing this my last Will and Testament.
IN WITNESS I have here unto set my hand & seal this tenth day of October in the year one thousand seven hundred and Seventy

Published & Pronounced in the presence of us:
John Walker
John Walker, Junior John Berry (SS)
James Walker
Francis Berry


At a Court Continued and held for Augusta County March the 22.d 1771 This last Will and
Testament of John Berry deced. was Proved by the Oaths of John Walker, John Walker, Junior and James Walker three of the Witnesses thereto & Ordered to be Recorded and on the motion of Alexander Walker and William Edmiston the Executors therein named who made oath According to law Certificate is Granted them for obtaining a Probat thereof in due form they having with Security entered into and acknowledged their bond according to the law.
Teste

KNOW all men by these Present that we Alexander Walker, William Edmiston, John Walker and James (next page not copied)
334. “Inventory & Appraisement of the Estate of John Berry, Dec’d,” 13 Aug 1771, Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 4, page 411, http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/va+index+56912406672+F.
John Berry, Transcription of Appraisal of Estate, 13 August 1771, Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 4, page 411

PERSUANT to an Order of Court to us directed we have appraized the estate of John Berry decd in Maner following Ï.s.d
To sum Wooling Yarn and one Bagg 1.0. 0
Sum bed Cloaths 1.19.0
and Body Cloaths 0.15.0
Boots and Shoes Spoons and Dishes 0.8. 0
Six shirts trowsers and Stockings 1.4. 0
Saddle baggs brushes mall rings & Wedges 0.11.6
on(e) bell and knife and looking glass & Razors 0.5. 4
4 Books one buckskin 1.6. 0
Linning Cloath one Barrel one saddle & Bridle 4.6. 9
Reids and Geers Chist and Chairs 1.15.0
Loom and barrs and fraim & timples & wheel 1.10.0
one black Mare 12.0.0
Plough and irons 2 Chlivishes double _?_ Thingings(?) 1.10.0
One Watch One Colt tow Reeds (?) 2.8. 6
One Pair of Gears one Cow 2.1. 0
To Book debts we think Wot (?) all Solvent 34.19.11
By Bond on Hugh McClung & Frances McClung
due the 28th of September 1771 Solvent 17.0.0
By Bond on said McClungs due Sept 1772 Solvent 17.0.0
By Bond on said McClungs due Sept 1772 Solvent 17.0.0
By Bond on said McClungs due Sept 1774 Solvent 17.0.0
By Bond on said McClungs due Sept 1775 Solvent 22.0.0
By Bond on Chas. Hays Solvent 10.16.0
By Bond Wm McGaughy not solvent 5.0. 0
By Bond John McCorkry (?) not Solvent 3.0. 0

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Bro.t up Ï
By Bond on Robert Fourice (?) not Solvent 3.0. 0
Peter Cartwright By Bond not Solvent 1.10.0
Book debts against Robert Buchanan not Solvent 3.10.0
In all Ï184.19.11

Joseph Culton
John Walker
John Stewart

At a court held for Augusta County The appraisement of the estate of John Berry decd being returned is ordered to be recorded.
Teste
335. “Settlement of Accounts,” 16 May 1781, Augusta County Virginia Will Book No. 6, page 173, http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/va+index+56912406672+F.
John Berry, Transcription of Recording of Estate Settlement,16 May 1781
Augusta County Virginia Will Book No. 6, page 173

An account of Estate of John Berry deceased
The account of said estate Ï.s.d
Received in cash by Sundry persons 170.6.4
the price of the land was twice put in this account
and again deducted
By the sale of the said Estate 42.12.8
By cash the price of land sold 124.0. 0
Totle 336.19
The price of the land deducted 124.0
Amount of the Estate 212.19
Amounts debts & legacies paid 170.3
Balance due to the Estate Ï42.15.8
Errors excepted
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Account of more debts paid by the Executor
To Margaret Kirkpatrick 0.12.6
To the sherrif for fees 46 lb Tobacco 0.3.10
To John Berry Jun. 1.19.0
To John Gilmore 0.12.4
To William McFeeters 6.1.3
To Samuel Neizbitt 0.6.6
To fees 0.0.10
To Eliz. Henry 5.0.0
Ï29.12.8
Brought over 140.10.8
Total 170.3.4

Debts paid & Legacies by the Executor
To George Berry for funeral charges 1.13.6
To the Shirrif of Augusta 0.14.11
To John Buchanan for crying the vendue 0.10.0
To David McCrea for funeral Liquers 1.7. 0
To Luke Bowyer employed as Lawyer 0.18.0
To Liquor for the Vendue 0.12.6
To Anthony Kelly for a coffin 0.10.0
To the remainder of a bond to Wm McFeeters 3.11.?
To Margaret Rutherford for Bond 2.16.9
To Capt. John Gilmore 10.5.0
To William Berry 8.10.0
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To George Matthews Shirref 0.16.3
To John Stuart 0.16.3
To William Berry 5.14.3
To James Berry 4.0. 9
To Rebecca Buchanan 2.17.3
To Robert Franies (?) 0.3.0
To Alexander McIlroy 0.16.3
To George Berry 0.16.6
To Charles Berry 0.15.0
To Robert Kilpatrick 0.12.6
To Robert Fanies (?) 3.9. 0
To George Gibson 2.2. 7
To William Gilmore 4.7. 1
To William Gilmore 0.12.0
To Rebecca Kelly 2.12.4
To Wm Moody 0.11.6
To Gabril (?) Fortec (?) 0.15.0
To William Berry 4.13.0
To Mary Johnson 0.12.6
To James Wallace 0.2. 6
To Eliz. Bell 1.4.10
To John McCrossory (?) 2.10.0
To Andw Buchanan 1.9. 1
To James Coulter 0.7. 3
To Andrew McCampbell for Jn Berry Jun 7.0. 0
To Francis Berry 1.4. 0
To Eliz. Berry 5.0. 0
To Eliz. Berry 1.0. 0
To Mary Berry 4.0. 0
To John Berry 11.0.19
To Mary Niezbitt 1.5. 0
To John Berry Shoemaker 6.0. 0
To Mary Berry 5.0. 0
To Samuel Lyle 2.15.0
To Rebecca Gillesy 20.0.0
To Eve_?_ 19.0.0
To Balln due the Estate 23.15.8

Pursuant to an order of the court March 1781
We have examined the within account as it stands
stated & find the amount thereof to be Ï242.19
and the debts paid 170.3.4
Ballance due 42.15.8 said Estate

as per account on the hands of Alexander Walker
Executor O.E Test Elijah McClenachan
William McFeeters

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At court Cond. and held for Augusta County May 16th 1781
This account of the administration of the Estate of John Berry decd.was reported
pursuant to an order of Court and Ordered to be Recorded.
Test
336. “Last Will & Testament of Charles Berry, Dec’d,” 8 April 1789, Augusta Co., VA Will Book 7, Page 168, http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/va+index+57012418998+F.
Will: Charles Berry, Dated 8 April 1789, Proved 15 Sept 1789
Source: Augusta Co., VA Will Book 7, Page 168

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IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN I Charles Berry Senr. of the County of Augusta in the State of
Virginia, farmer, Being Very Sick and weak in Body but of Perfect Mind and Memory Thanks be Given to Almight God for the same and Calling to mind the Mortality of my Body and Knowing that it is appointed for all men once to Die do make and Ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following, First I Recommend my Soul into the hand of God that Gave it and my Body to the Earth to be buried in a Christian Like and decent Manner at the Discreation of my Executors and as Touching Such Worldy Estate as it hath Pleased God to bless me in this life I give and Dispose of the Same Manner and for following Impremis I Give and Bequeath to my beloved wife Mary Berry the one half of my moveable Estate after my Just Debts and funeral Chages is paid By my Executors and my Plantation that I now Live on for her Support During widowhood or Natural Life and my two oldest Negroes Viz Tom and Mack for her support and my son Robert Berry The Property Land and Negroes is to Equally for the Support of my Beloved Wife and my son Robert Berry dureang my Beloved Wifes Life and at her Death the whole of s.d property
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Property to Become the Property of my Son Robert Berry and his heirs and assigns for Ever- Only if the Two Negroes have any Increase they are to be at my Wifes Disposal. Item I give and Bequeath to my son John Berry my Plantation or Tract of Land above and Joining the tract I now Live on to be his and his heirs and assignes for Ever the s.d Two Tracts to be Equally Divided across to be in Each an Equal part and my Negro Boy Named Andy to be his for Ever. Item I give and Bequeath to my Son Charles Berry my Plantation or Tract of Land Lying in Washington County on houlstone and my Negro Boys Named Tom to be his and his heirs and assigns for Ever, Item I give and Bequeath to my Daughter Challe Berry my Negro Girl Named Lucy and my Mare Named Mige a Saddle at five Pounds price Two Cows and a heifer her bed and furniture to be hers and assigns for Ever, and She is to have her living off the Plantation I now live on with her Mother and Brother Robert till she is Married, my Negro Girl Named Fan (?) I leav at the Disposeal of my Executors to be Continued with my Daughter Elizabeth Henry as Long as they think fit and then to be Disposed of as they think proper. Item I give and Bequeath to my daughter Jean Brawford my Negro Girl Named Jude to be hers and her heirs if she has Lawfull Issur If she dies without Issue then to be Returned to my Executors for the use of my Family, I likewise Bequeath to my Son James Berry and to my Daughters Elizebeth, Mary and Jean to Each of them five shillings Sterling in Room of their
Birthright the remainer of my (Page 170) of my Moveable Esate I Allow to be Equally Divided Between my Two Sons John and Charles Berry, and I do Constitute and appoit my Beloved Wife Mary Berry Exectrix and my Beloved sons James and John Berry Executors of this my Last will and Testament, and do Disannule all other Wills By me heretofore made Ratifying and Confirming this to be my Last Will and Testament in Witness whareof I have hereunto Set my hand and seal this Eighth Day of April one thousand Seven hundred and Eighty Nine
Signed Sealed Published Pronounced
and Declared By the s.d Charles Berry Senr. Charles Berry (seal)
to be his Last Will and Testament in Presence of
Jo MKiney [?]
Jacob Patton
Mary Patton
Wm (his mark) Trotter
Henry (his mark) Minger

At a Court held for Augusta County September 15th 1789 This last Will and Testament of
Charles Berry deceased was presented in Court by James Berry and John Berry the Executors therein named and proved by the Oath of John MKenny and Henry Minger two of the Witnesses thereto and is ordered to be recorded and on the Motion of the said executors who made oath according to Law Certificate is granted them to for obtaining probat thereof in due form they hearing entered into and acknowledged Bond with Security as the Law Directs.
Teste
337. “Appraisal of the Estate of Charles Berry, Dec’d,” 7 October 1790, Augusta County, Virginia Will Book IX, Page 7, http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/va+index+57012418998+F.
Charles Berry, Transcription of Estate Appraisal, 7 October 1790
Augusta County, Virginia Will Book IX, Page 7

We John McKemy Robert Harris & Jacob Patton Being order by Court to View & appraise the personal Estate of Charles Berry dec.d & being first sworn before John Tate Gent. this 7th day of October 1790 and we do appraise s.d Estate as follows, Viz
To one Mear Ï6 To Colt Ï3 To one Mear Ï7 16 0 0
To one young mear Ï4 To Sorral Mear Ï13 17 0 0
To one young mear Ï9 To one black D.o Ï7.10 16 10 0
To Seven hoggs Ï1.15 1 15 0
To three Cows Ï6.5 To two D.o s Ï3/7.6 9 12 6
To two heffers Ï3.7 To [?] yearlings 2 5 7 0
To three Calves 1 3 0
To one Steer 1 17 0
To one red D.o Ï1.12 To 19 Sheep Ï5.11 7 6 0
To Waggon & Butchbands 15 0 0
To Cutting box pitch fork & dung ford 0 6 0
To Vessels bags & log chain 0 13 6
To plow trees & ---?--- 1 5
To Stile 4 0 0
To three old vessals 6/6 one Loom Ï1.4 1 10 6
To Wedges rings Sprouting hoe & Grubing hoe 0 9 0
To three Sithes & two axes 0 15 3
To one Clevia & Sundry old irons 0 3 0
To two Augers Draw knife & frow 0 3 9
To old hand saw with sundries 0 4 0
To two pot racks and tongs 0 12 6
To 1 Bele with Sundrys of Steel & Iron 0 4 12
To old Gun & Bell hammer anvel & heckle 0 1 9
To heckels Sacks bags Vessles Bedsteads 1 5 0
To Chairs old Saddles B--?-- hems & Chairs 1 5 0
To one big wheel & one D.o 5/ one Hogshead & 4 0 15 0
To 4 Barrals Churn lags Harrow teeth Coalter Saw 1 1 0
To B--?-- Crocks Book Case Pails 2 old Cests 0 17 6
To three beds & furniture with Sundry Cloths 13 10 0
To 2 beadsteads & Cords Box iron trunk & Candlestick 0 16 0
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To C--?-- & Spinning Wheel one D.o 0 11 0
To Case & ten Bottles one large bottle one Cupboard lower 2 12 0
To one Side Cupboard wool shears & Sifter 2 5 9
To Sundry Dishes plates besons 1 17 0
To reason & Stone Bottles Juges funnels & locks 0 7 0
To Beasons Bowls S--?-- Pands Delf potts knives 0 19 3
and forks & Spoons
To Cotton & wole cards table pails & pots Bake Oven & hooks 1 3 7
To Bridles Glass mugs bee hives &Shuvel 0 15 6
To Sow & Pigs & large Spools 1 4 1
Total Amount Ï134.5.12 32 8 0
appraised by us this day & Year above Written 101.17.12
Jn McKemy Total 134.5.12
Robt. Harris
June Augusta Court 1799 Jacob Patton
This Inventory and appraisment of the Estate of Charles Berry deceased was returned ordered to be record.d. Teste
338. “Berry Family DNA Project - Berry Lines Tested,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/BerryDNA/dna_ancestry.html, jim berry, jim@langolier.net.
339. “Last Will & Testament of George Berry,” 8 Apr 1803, Augusta Co., VA Will Book 9, Page 375, http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/va+index+57112427392+F.
Will: George Berry, Dated 8 April 1803, Proved 25 June 1804
Augusta Co., VA Will Book 9, Page 375

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In the name of God amen this eight day of April in the year of our Lord 1803 I George Berry of the County of Augusta and State of Virginia aling to mind the certainty of death my judgment the same or equal to what it is formerly thanks to God I therefore make this my last will and testament in the way and manor folowing my body to the earth my soul to God that gave it and is touching my worldly goods I devise them in the manor foling and first I give to my son George Berry the plantation that I hold in fee simple on both sides of the middle River bounded by the Glabe and Lewis Shoes(?) and Davy Bratons(?) to him and his heirs forever and to my son John Berry I give and bequeath the land on ---?--- for which I have obtained a paten the number of acres I don't remember but the contents of the paten is to him and his heirs forever and to James Henry my son in law I leave to him walnut chest and one basket the remainder of my Estate when my Debt is paid to be equaly divided to my nine children or their heirs and I appoint(?) my two friends James Berry and James Henry to be executors of this my last will and testament and I disavow all former wills made by me the day and year above mentioned Given under my hand and seal
David Bratton George Berry (seal)
William Thompson
Robert Mayes

The articles to be devided will wrote on the other side. There is,three slaves Sambo Rood
and Lip(?), one horse one mare and fole three cows and some young cattle two beds two pots one large and --?- --?-- and two pair of fire (?) dogs and I now apint and desire that if any disputes should fall out amongst my heirs about these trifels that is shall be determined by an arbitration of three good men chosen by the partys disputing this given under my hand the day and year mentioned on the other side

George Berry
David Bratton
Robert Mayes

At a court con.t and held for Augusta County, June the 25th 1804
This last will and testament of George Berry dec.d and the codicil thereto annexed was
proved by the oaths of Robert Mayes and William Thompson two of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded.
Teste Chesley Kinney CC

At a court cont.d & held for the said county, November the 27th 1804
On the motion of James Berry and James Henry the Executors named in this last will and
testament of George Berry deceased who made Oath according to Law and together with George Berry and Michael garber(?) --?-- their securities entered into and acknowledged their Bond in the penalty of two thousand dollars conditioned as the law dictates certificate is granted them for obtaining a probat in due form.
Teste Chesley Kinney CC
340. “Inventory & Appraisement of the Estate of George Berry, Dec’d,” 6 Dec 1804, Augusta County, Virginia Will Book No. 10, page 6, http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/va+index+57112427392+F.
George Berry, Transcription of Inventory & Appraisal
Augusta County, Virginia Will Book No. 10, page 6

At Augusta March Court 1805 We John Young Robert Dunlap and John Scott being ordered by Court to View and appraise the slaves and personal Estate of George Berry deceased and being first sworn before James Berry this sixth day of December 1804 we do appraise said estate as follows viz
To one Negroe man named Sam $433.33
To one Negro woman and child (Road $333.33
To two pair of fire irons $2.00
To two pots $4.25
To two beds and furniture $40.00
To one steer 4 years old $10.00
To one black cow $9.00
To two cows $24.00
To one small steer $4.00
To three calves $5.50
To one sorrel horise $18.00
To one Black Yearling mare $36.00
To a note on John Tate due March 25th 1805 $111.35
To one bed Quilt $2.00

Viewed and apraised by us and given under our hands this day and year above writen
John Young
Robert Dunlap
John Scott

At Augusta March Court 1805
This Inventory and appraisement of the Estate of George Berry deceased being returned is
ordered to be recorded. Teste Chesley Kinney CC
341. Augusta County, Virginia, “Deed Book,” vol. 22, p. 190, Nov. 18, 1777, internet, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia - Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800 by Lyman Chalkley Complete in Three Volume, vol. III, p. 553, http://www.rootsweb.com/~chalkley/.
342. “Last Will & Testament of Francis Berry, Dec’d,” 6 Aug 1799, Washington County, Virginia Will Book 2 Page 235, http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/va+index+570090842898+F, ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/washington/wills/b6000006.txt.
Francis Berry [Sr], Transcription of Will Dated 6 Aug 1799 Proved18 Mar 1800 Washington County, Virginia Will Book 2 Page 235

Know all men by these presents, That I, Francis Berry senior being in my right sences do make my last Will and Testament and do therefore appoint James Crow and James Trimble for my executors therefore if Samuel Dunlap does not pay for the land which was formerly my property purchased from me by said Samuel Dunlap before mentioned before my decease I do therefore authorize and impower said James Crow and James Trimble before mentioned being my executors, to receive ninty seven pounds lawful money of the currency of the State of Virginia from the said Samuel Dunlap above mentioned due to me by the said Samuel Dunlap for the ??? before mentioned sold by me to said Samuel
Dunlap and when payment is made, the said James Crow and James Trimble is to give a right of said land to the above mentioned Samuel Dunlap and likewise to deliver up the bonds of said money, Above mentioned at the time of payment, And when I live and die I
do therefore allow them to be reasonably and fully satisfied for the trouble and care they took of me during the term of time I abode with them. As for my son Francis I rest assured and am satisfied in my mind that he has received plenty both for the trouble he was at with me and his legacy likewise and I do then think proper to leave him in this my last Will and Testament one dollar and the remainder of my children namely Elizabeth Gibson and Thomas Berry to each one twenty shillings and my other three daughters namely Mary Johnston Rachel Trimble and Easter White the monies then remaining to be fairly and equally divided among them and do therefore acknowledge and certify this said Will and testament to be my true and genuine last Will and Testament and all other former Wills before made or caused to be made by me Francis Berry to be void, and this only to be my legal right and lawful last Will and testament Page 236 as given under my hand
and seal In the presence of John Ryburn John Trimble this sixth day of August one thousand and seven hundred and ninety nine 1799
Witness present
John Ryburn, John Trimble, James Trimble, Jr. by Francis Berry

At a court held for Washington County the 18th day of March 1800, this last Will and Testament of Francis Berry dec. was exhibited into court and proved by the oaths of John Ryburn and James Trimble jun. two of the witnesses thereto and ordered to be seconded. And on the motion of James Trimble and James Crow the executors therein named who took the oath prescribed by law and together with Samuel McChesney their securities acknowledged their bond in the sum of six hundred 66 dollars by ants (?) conditioned as the law directs. A certificate for the probat of the said will is therefore granted them in due form Attest And.w Russell D.C.
343. "DAR Patriot Index, Centennial Edition", Part I A-F; Part II G-O; Part III P-Z, Mrs. Eldred Martin Yochim, National Society of the DAR, Centennial Administration 1991.
344. “A Sketch of the DRYDEN Family,” “Reunion of the Dryden Family,” Journal Gazette Newspaper, Matoon, Coles Co, IL, October 1880, 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], Notebook labeled: “DRYDEN, Shenandoah 3B, 314-437”, page 356.
345. ““Dryden, Shanandoah IV” notebook for ‘Book II’ DRYDENS,” Page 79, Edward H. Nabb Research Center, Salisbury State University, Salisbury, MD.
Copy of a copy of ‘Old Bible record’ evidently compiled in the 1880’s by a descendant of Esther Berry, daughter of Thomas Berry.
--copied by Carol Vass, svass@aol.com, April 2001.
346. THE DRYDEN FAMILY and Descendents, Book II, Leslie P. Dryden & Ruth T. Dryden, privately printed, 1993, Book available from Jim Scott <jscott42@drydenfamily.com>, page 6.
347. THE DRYDEN FAMILY and Descendents, Book II, Leslie P. Dryden & Ruth T. Dryden, privately printed, 1993, Book available from Jim Scott <jscott42@drydenfamily.com>.
348. Augusta County, Virginia, “Deed Book,” vol. 11, p. 242, June 21, 1763, intenet, Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia - Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County 1745-1800 by Lyman Chalkley Complete in Three Volume, vol. III, p. 398, http://www.rootsweb.com/~chalkley/.
349. “Last Will & Testament of Thomas Berry, Dec’d,” 16 Dec 1798, Washington County, Virginia Will Book 2, Page 209, http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/va+index+569690813132+F, ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/washington/wills/b6000002.txt.
Thomas Berry,[Sr] Transcription of Will Dated 16 Dec 1798 Proved 20 Aug 1799 Washington County Will Book 2 Page 209

In the name of god amen the sixteenth of December one thousand seven hundred and ninety eight. I Thomas Berry of the County of Washington and State of Virginia, being weak in body but sound in mind and knowing that all flesh must yield to death when it shall please god to call I do hereby make constitute and ordain and declare this to be my last Will and Testament in manner and form following revolking and anuling by these present all and every testement or testaments will or wills heretofore by me made and declare either by word or writing and this to be taken only for my last will and testament and none other and now for the settling my temperate estate and such goods and chattals and debts as it pleased god for above my deserts to bestow on me. I do order, give and dispose the same in manner and form following And first I do will that all my just debts be paid within convenient time after my decease by my executors hereafter named and seconded, I do give and bequeath to my well beloved wife Esther the third part of all the moveable Estate except the negros as I have left her the third part of the price of my land already. I do leave to my son George a negro named Adam and all my wearing apparel and George is to give to my daughter Rebeckah fifty dollars. I do also leave to my daughter Esther a negro girl named Phili to her and her heirs and if the girl has any children they are to go to Esther and her heirs, also my negro woman named Tawney I do allow her to be free and I leave her a milch cow. I also leave to my son John, four dollars. I also leave the rest of my estate to my children hereafter named, son James, son Thomas, my daughter in law Mary Berry, wife to son William deceased, my daughter Mary, my daughter Barbara, daughter Rebeckah, my daughter Elizabeth, my daughter Susannah, my son Francis to be equally divided among them. I also leave to my grandson Thomas Dryden my best (Page 210) saddle. I also will that David Dryden and Samuel McChesney and David Lowry shall be my Executors given under my hand and seal this sixteenth of December 1798.

Witnesses present
Jonathan Dryden Thomas Berry LS
William Palmer

At a court held for Washington County by the 20th day of August 1799. The last will and Testament of Thomas Berry deceased was exhibited into court and proved by the oaths of Jonathan Dryden and William Palmer the witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. And on the motion of David Dryden, David Lowry and Samuel McChesney the Executors thereon named who took the oath of Executors presented by law and together with David Craig, David McCord and James Maxwell their securities entered into and acknowledged their bonds in the sum of four thousand dollars with conditions as the law directs. A certificate for the probate of the said will is therefore granted them in due form excud.
Teste Andrew Russell
350. “Inventory & Appraisement of the Estate of Thomas Berry, Dec’d,” 5 Sept 1799, Washington County, Virginia Will Book 2, Page 239, http://searches.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/ifetch2?/u1/data/va+index+569690813132+F, ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/washington/wills/b6000002.txt.
Thomas Berry [Sr], Transcription of Inventory and Appraisment 5 Sept 1799
Washington County, Virginia Will Book 2, Page 239

An Inventory and appraisment of the estate of Thomas Berry dec.d taken and made the 5th day of September 1799

1 black horse $756 sheep $8.75 83.75
1 plough compleat $5.00 1 ditto shears $1.37 1/2 6.37
1/2 1 Fore .75 o old waggon $9.50 10.25
1 lock chain $1.50 1 pr. sleetyards 2.25 3.75
1 trumpet .25 1 currying knife .50 .75
Half sett of spoonmoles $1.00 2 iron hoops .33 1.33
1 sett of Dog irons $3.00 1lanthorn .50 3.50
1 Pewter Dish 4 plates, 6 spoons & earthern plates 3.12 1/2
1 pr. tongs .62 1/2 5 knives & 3 forks .32 1/2 .95
1 kittle & oven $2.35 1 large kittle $4.25 1 pot .75 7.25
1 chair .25 3 ditoo $1.00 1 table $2.00 3.25
1 pot rack $1.00 1 shovel 41 1/2 1 looking glass 37 1/2 1.79
1 churn .25 1 X cutt saw $2.50 2.75
1 spinning wheel $1.50 1.50
1 grape .32 1/2 1 sythe & auger .25 .57 1/2
1 drawing knife .25 .25
2 riddles & wight .33 1 sifter .50 .83
2 menÕs saddles $13.50 2 womanÕs ditto $9.00 22.50
1 axe, pitch fork & sythe 1.50
4 hoes & 1 wedge $1.25 1.25
1 bedstead & furniture $15.75 15.75
1 ditto ditto $20.00 20.00
4 sickles .50 1 bridle .33, 3 casks $1.00 1.83
A quanity of Rye $8.50 8.50
2 staw baskets & Reg. wool, 40 bushels rye @ 41¢ 17.60
1chest .75 6 waggon boxes $1.29 2.04
Wearing apparel $24.50 24.50
A quanity of corn 12.00
14 pigs 6 at $6.00, 3 at $3.00, 5 at $5.75 14.75
274.19 1/2
(Page 240)
2 soitted sows $2.50 6 hogs $10.00 12.50
1 cow $9.00 1 ditto $10.00 1 do $900
1 ditto & bell $10.00 1 ditto $11.00 49.00
1 red heifer $6 1 ditto$4.50,1 ditto $3.00 ditto $4.25 17.00
1 ditto 41.75
1 bull $5.00, 1 steer $4.50 11.25
2 calves $3.50 3.50
Hames, chains & bridle $1.75 1 graining knife .50 2.25
Old iron .25, 1 fifth chain 62 1/2 .87 1/2
A quanity of flax 4.00
1 grind stone .50, 5 geese $1.50, 1 candlestick .25 2.25
1 pot rack $1.00, 1 sad iron .25, 1 book $1.50 2.75
1 saddle cloth & sirsingle 2.75
Negro Adam $300.00, Negro Fillis $300.00 600.00
1bay mare $40.00 40.00

John McCauley William McFerson William Doran James Hope
Appr.

At a court held for Washington County the 24th day of January 1800. This inventory and appraisment was returned to Court and ordered to be recorded Attest And.w Russell D.C.
351. “Settlement of the Estate of Thomas Berry, Dec’d,” 20 April 1802, ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/washington/wills/b6000002.txt.
Thomas Berry [Sr], Transcription of Estate Settlement, 20 April 1802
Washington County, Virginia Will Book Page ?

To paid George Berry a Specific legacy as per (Voucher No. 1) 320.50
To paid David McCord a Specific legacy as per (Voucher No. 2) 300.00
To paid Esther Berry a specific legacy as per (Voucher No. 3) 129.5?
To paid David Dryden a specific legacy of his son Thomas as (Per voucher No. 4) 14.75
To paid Fanny a free Negro a Specific legacy as per voucher No. 5 11."
To Cash paid by David Lowry for the decedants Revenue Taxesfor 1798 & 1799 per 6 3.73
To paid David McCords proven amount no. 7 7.92
To paid John Carney D.o no. 8 1.50
To paid James Lougley for crying sale no. 9 .50
To paid Fred Hamilton for __?___ no. 10 .4?
To whiskey furnished by the execs in the administration of state no. 11 6.19
To paid for a Coffin for the funeral of the des.d no. 12 5."
To paid Wm. Doan and John McCauley for five days appraising
the estate @ 50 _?_ no 13 & 14 2.50
To paid the Clerk of Washington No 15 5.59
To cash paid Alan (Alex ?) Doran for crying sale 2.11
To cash to be paid to Jane Berry for her m__?_ in spoon
molds included in the sale @ 19/ 1.58
To the Executors for their personal trouble of the Administration
to include the collection & payment of debts allowed by Court 40.00
To Cash paid John Berry specific legacy 4.00
To ballance due the distritutees when the valuation of the
stray mare vests in the Executors 300.1
1158.90

Reported pursuant to an order of the County Court of Washington this 20 April 1802.

John Campbell Andrew
Rubell James Bradley

Page David Dryden - Samuel McChesney - David Lowry**

By negro Adam $800 negro Phil 300 mans(?) Saddle Cloth and sursingle $14.75 1 cow $11 131.20 Specific legacies as appraised Sundry goods taken by the widow of the dec.d at the appraisment as her third being a specific legacy 127. ?? By the amount of the estate sold including a stray mare sold at $ : 50 the valuation of which is not yet vested in the estate 361.11 By a note on John Carney to the discharge which with the interest amounts to 20.00 1158.90

At a Court held for Washington County the 20th day of April 1802. This settlement of the estate of Thomas Berry deceased with the Executors was submitted to Court __?_ and allowed and ordered to be recorded. Attest D. Campbell
352. “Last Will &Testament of Samuel Nesbit,” Harrison Co., KY Will Book A, p. 244, 7 Mar 1814; proved July 1814.
In the Name of God amen. I Samuel Nisbet of Harrison county & State of Kentucky, being weakly in body but in perfect mind & memory thanks be to God for his mercies & Knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die I do make & ordain this my last will & Testament by me made and first of all I do commend my soul to God who Gave it and my body to the Earth from whence it came to be decently buried & as touching my worldly Estate that is has pleased God to bless me with I do dispose of in the following way & manner that is to say to John my son I do Give one hundred & twenty Dollars and to Robert my son I do Give ten Dollars as he had Got his Share before and to Samuel my son I do Give the piece of Land that is laid off to him adjoining Roberts line supposed to be twenty acres more or less and to James my son do Give thirty Dollars as he had Got his share before and to William my son I do Give the plantation whereon I now live with all the plantation, tools & 2 horses and the waggon to be Be-?- William & Sam and Each of my Daughters now living at home is to have a horse or Mare & for my other three that is Married I do Give ten Dollars to each on & the balance of the Estate I do leave the Sole disposal of to Mary my wife and she is to have a Good Sufficient living on the place and to keep possession of the house and that three un Married Daughters to have their living on the place while un Married and I do leave Mary my wife and William my son Sole Executors of this my Last will & Testament by me made I do revoke all other wills or Testament by me made__ Given under my hand this 7th day of March 1814.
Test Samuel Nisbet L.S.
W.Moore
A. Moore
Henry C. Moore
353. “Re: GenForum--Danielson,” Bernie Young, marybern@webtv.net.
354. “Re: GenForum--Danielson,” Bernie Young, marybern@webtv.net, 21 Nov 2000.
355. “Virginia Historic Marriage Register: Augusta County Marriages 1748-1850.,” John Vogt and T. William Kethley, Jr., Iberian Pub. Co. Athens, GA: 1986, p. 41.
356. “Virginia Historic Marriage Register: Augusta County Marriages 1748-1850.,” John Vogt and T. William Kethley, Jr., Iberian Pub. Co. Athens, GA: 1986.
357. BERRY-L, “DNA match for Hawkins, TN BERRYs to Augusta, VA BERRYs,” Carol Vass, CarolVass@comcast.net, November 27 & 28, 2005.
358. “Berry family (#2),” Malinda J. Perkett, MJPerkett@yahoo.com, 27 Aug 2001, printed copy in JLB file.
359. John Lee Sharp, “Ancestors of John Lee Sharp,” http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/h/a/John-L-Sharp/GENE5-0037.html.
360. Letter, “Adelaide Berry Duncan to George F. Duncan,” 11 Sep 1893, copy with James L. Berry.
Sept. 11th, 1893

Dear George:

Your papa’s grandfather and grandmother, John and Nellie Duncan, and grandfather and grandmother Frank and Sally Berry, moved from Virginia during the Revolutionary War to Kentucky. I don’t know just where, but it was somewhere in the best part of the state. There was quite a little colony of them but I do not know the names of any except these two families. They took up claims of land and complied with what was necessary to secure their claims. I don’t know what it was, nor how long they had been there till they were compelled to move for safety to a fort or block-house, where they were taken by British officers and soldiers who had Indians with them to whom the British gave all their household goods except two suits of clothes and two blankets to each man and the same to each woman.

I remember hearing my grandmother tell how the Indians would toss the pillows in the air after they had ripped the ticking to make the feathers fly in the wind, and how they would laugh. They wanted the cloth but not the feathers. They then started their march to Detroit, where they stayed awhile, and then on to Montreal, where they stayed till peace was declared. They were liberated, to get back as best they could. There was one family along who had a young woman – a daughter who complained of a toothache for some weeks , when someone examined her mouth and found a cancer had eaten through her cheek, all but the skin. She died soon after and the officers only allowed them to stop long enough to pile up a few rocks on her body. Charles Gatliff was her father’s name. He came back to Kentucky and I saw him after he was eighty years of age. I also saw his sons: Moses, Aaron, Riece, Jim and Cornelious. I also saw two of his daughters: Betsey Martin and Sally Faris. I suppose Joe remembers having seen one of his grandsons, Charles Gatliff, who moved to Missouri a short time before we left Iowa for Princeton. His wife was papa’s cousin, Polly Early, and your uncle, Harvey Green Duncan, married their daughter Lillian.

I heard grandmother say she saw the Indians kill two children. It was very cold for part of their journey and once when a great fire of logs was burning where they camped, an Indian picked up a child that was standing near and threw it in the fire. No one dared to try to get it out. On another occasion, a woman was carrying a little babe, and she was almost exhausted, when an Indian jerked it from her arms and thrust his tomahawk in its head, threw the child to one side of the road, and drove her on.

While they were in Montreal, the men were made to repair the British ships, and the women cooked and washed for the English officers. On one occasion the men found a cask of wine in the ship and drank the wine. The officers put them in prison or a guardhouse, and my grandmother Berry went to the guardhouse and begged for their release until they were released. I don’t know what their punishment would have been.

I don’t know if any of the young men were put on the British ships to make them fight against their own country or not, but your grandfather Duncan and four other young men were going to be put on a man-of-war in the morning and your grandfather’s oldest sister baked bread and fixed up some provisions. They stole a canoe and crossed the St. Lawrence to the American side and got away. They traveled through the hostile Indian country till they reached the settlement in Pennsylvania. In the outskirts of the settlement, they found a deserted place, an iron pot and a potato patch. I heard your grandfather tell how they boiled potatoes and ate with such appetite. Your grandmother Duncan told me that their friends did not know till after peace and they returned from Montreal, whether these young men were drowned in the St. Lawrence, whether they were killed by Indians, whether they were lost in the wilderness and perished, or whether they were safe. She did not know the name of a single one of her husband’s companions, and I never heard her say who they were. I am very sorry that I did not ask your Uncle Harve Duncan for he may have known. I do not know whether there was any fighting at the fort or not, in Kentucky, or whether they surrendered to the greater number without fighting.

All the way I can approximate the time they moved from Virginia to Kentucky – my grandfather Berry fought in the battle at King’s Mountain, and he also was a scout before they moved to Kentucky. After my papa got to practicing law. He got a pension for a Duncan McFarlain, who was a scout with my grandfather. I remember how the hair seemed to stand on my head as I lay in my trundle-bed and listened to McFarlain tell papa of their exploits. At one time he and Charles Miller ran, with the Indians after them, thirty miles to a blockhouse.

As the prisoners were leaving Canada, they crossed some lake in a ship which was very crowded and manned by French-Canadian sailors. A storm arose and the sailors got frightened, and quit work. They started to pray, and cross themselves, when an Englishman, perhaps an officer, came on them and cursed and swore and ripped and tore around and kicked them, and made then get to work. Finally they got safely to land. I remember hearing my father tell of hearing his father laughing about it. Grandmother said there were piles of feathers floating in the eddies on the lake shore that looked like houses – the shedding of many waterfowls on the lake.

My uncle Lewis Berry was born in Montreal. He died in the American army in the War of 1812. As our ancestors were coming home they passed near Niagra Falls. All heard the roar and some of the men went to see it but the women and children were too weary to go. They went back to Kentucky to where they had been captured and found men on their claims. Both your great-grandfather John Duncan, Sr. and Frank Berry sued at law for their claims but lost the suit. Berry’s long tongue made him say the Judge was a perjured scoundrel. The Judge sued him for slander and got judgement for eight hundred dollars.

Then the poor weary souls went back to Virginia where they had lived before they went to Kentucky and they raised their families there. Quite a number of their children afterwards moved to Whitely County, Kentucky, where your papa and I were born and raised and married. My grandmother Berry, in her old age, came there and died in 1834.

I only remember of having seen your grandfather Duncan twice. Alec Laughlin, your papa’s cousin, married in Whitely County, and moved to Tennessee where his daughter Eleanor Litton was born. He came back on a visit and stopped at his uncle’s and they both came to Watt’s Creek where my papa and your papa’s uncle, Thanny Laughlin, lived. They stopped at our house, and it was a hot day, and your Aunt Candace and I had taken off our dresses and were running around in our Chemises, which were long and long-sleeved. They came on us unaware and we went to the back of the house and sat on a chest, while they laughed at us. I remember how your grandfather’s shoulders shook. He was very much the make and size of your papa but his hair was black and I think his eyes were blue. I afterwards saw him riding past our house on a white horse. He wore a high bell-crowned hat, and a blue jeans frock coat. (I have seen the hat and coat after I was married and have ridden the white mare, it was, whose name was Ginger). He was a dear nephew to my grandmother, and I know she loved him, and I know my papa loved him.

He died from dry salivation by taking a dose of calomel measured out on a case knife blade by an old woman who had more confidence in herself than good sense. I remember when word came that Johnny Duncan was dying, my papa hurried off and took a handful of nails. Mama asked him what he did that for. He said to put in the coffin. Years afterwards I learned that was an old country superstition but its meaning I never heard. He got there in time to write his will before he died, and he moved him after his death. He had been dead six years when I and your papa were married – that would make his death to have occurred in 1832. Your papa and I lived with your grandmother Duncan the first year after we were married and she loved to talk about him. She said he was a remarkably strong man for his size. When he was a young man, it was the custom for the neighbors to all unite and help each other cut the small grains with sickles and the young women would do the cooking, and sometimes they would go to the fields and use the sickles to good purpose. Then at night they would have a dance. Your grandmother said your grandfather worked all day, and danced all night, for two days and two nights, without any sleep. I don’t believe his sons or grandsons, or great-grandsons could do that, even if they can ride a bicycle.

I don’t know whether the Gatliff family moved from Virginia or Tennessee to Kentucky, or not. I only know that they were together in their captivity. I don’t know whether the British gave them any money to get home or not. My grandfather Berry never paid that eight hundred dollars. He somehow got a farm in Sullivan County, Tennessee, where his family were raised, but it was always in the name of Billy King, grandmother’s sister’s husband.

My papa said your grandfather Duncan was so near gone when he got there that he was in no condition to make a will, but your uncles Harvey and Joe Duncan said for your grandmother’s sake, to have it done, to not add to her distress by breaking up her home, by taking two-thirds of everything and dividing it amongst the children, as they knew your uncle Joe Sullivan would insist on doing if there was no will. So the will was written, giving your grandmother everything – the farm, the Negroes, and everything else, as long as she lived, and at her death all to be divided equally amongst the children. I guess it was pretty hard for Sullivan to not to try to break the will, for after I was married I heard your Aunt Narcissa say: “The children ought to have had the little that was coming to them a long time ago.” But he knew that your Uncle Harve and Uncle Joe would not give him any child’s play if he undertook the law with them. They were the executors.

If I were back to ten or twelve years of age, and knew more than I did then, how I would ply my grandmother and parents with questions. I guess I will close my pioneer stories. Nellie Duncan and Sallie Berry were sisters – Sharp was their name before they were married.

Much love to all.

Mother
361. “Additional information for the Augusta Berry Tree,” Margaret McLane de Jovel, margmclane@sbcglobal.net, May 9, 2011.
362. DAR Application, 622531, Margaret Ann McClurkin, 8 Mar 1977, via email message, “DAR,” Malinda J. Perkett, MJPerkett@yahoo.com, 29 Aug 2001.
363. “Will of Sarah Berry,” 30 Jul 1830.

MAY TERM COUNTY COURT 1834

July the 30th, 1830
By the Grace of God Amen, I Sarah Berry fourth with transmits my last will and testament. I do in the first place unto all my children I bequeath my Special Blessing.
In the second place my household furniture and cash is to be eaqually divided between my Daughters, my two daughters Ann & Lucinda one each to receive a good cow or ten dollars as an equivlent to be reserved out of the cattle, & the balance of my property & to be eaquel amonst all my heirs, yet not so to separate Nell and her child, And is also my last request that she may have her choice of Masters and also the balance of the blacks (or servants) be not sold to strangers, but retained amongst the heirs.
I do also appoint John Berry my oldest son and Lafayette Berry my youngest son to administer and carry this my will into affect.
As witness my hand and seal.
Sarah Berry
X
John Berry
Lafey Berry
Attest:

May the 13th 1834
We the undersignies John Berry and Lafayette Berry being present at the last secteness of Sarah Berry Dec. do state that it is her request that Nell her black woman be freed; and the Lilbern her youngest son be given to Betsy Charg (Probably Sharp) as her part.
Lafayette Berry
John Berry
364. “1850 Census,” State: Virginia, County: Washington, Roll: M432_980 Township: District 67 Page: 135 Image:269 [135 of 298].
976/976 John Berry 30 M Farmer $1000 VA [b. 1820]
Margaret “ 25 F VA [b. 1825]
Thomas “ 7 M VA [b. 1843]
David “ 5 M VA [b. 1845]
Eliza “ 3 F VA [b. 1847]
John “ 1/12 M VA [b. 1850]
365. “Washington County marriage register, 1782-1820,” Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1961, 104 pgs, Heritage Quest online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com, p, 73.
366. “ALL of Thomas Berry Jr's children + known grandchildren,” Carol Vass, SVass@aol.com, 29 Aug 2003.
367. “Will of David Berry,” Will Book __ Page __, Clerk's Office, Washington County, Virginia.
22 Nov 1833
In the Name of God Amen I David Berry of Washington County the State of Virginia being infirm and weak in body but of sound and disposing memory thanks be to God for his mercies and calling to mind the mortality of man do make and ordain this my last will and testament. I commit my soul to God who gave it and my body to the earth to be buried in a decent and Christian manner firmly believing that it shall recover the same again at the general resurrection. And as touching the worldly things with which it hath pleased God to bless me I leave and bequeath them in the following manner. I leave and bequeath to my beloved wife Sally the use of the mansion house and with its appurtenances and a sufficient maintenance out of the profits of my land during her natural life and also the use of three slaves namely Aggy, Hannah and Sam during her natural life and after death I ordain that the aforesaid Aggy, Hannah & Sam together with any increase that may be shall be sold and equally divided (the price) amongst all my children. I also leave and bequeath to my wife all my household and kitchen furniture and stuff and further I leave and bequeath to her one horse beast her choice, four cows and four calves her choice, twelve sheep her choice, twelve hogs her choice and I also direct that my new waggon with gear and all the farming utensils be left to remain with my wife for her use and for the use of the family. I also direct that no meat be sold and no grain of any description or in any state shall be sold but shall remain for the use of the family and be fed the stock & all money on hand & debts now to be collected is to be at the disposal of my wife for the use of the family & to school the children. I leave and bequeath to my eldest daughter Sally and my youngest daughter Nancy K each of them one hundred dollars in cash and each of them one hundred and fifty dollars in property which property they may take at the appraisement the fore mentioned money and property I give them to set them even with their two married sisters, viz Jane Clark and Susan Hanson as they have received each of them that amount & I charge them with it. I leave and bequeath to my eldest son Robert one bay mare which is called his mare for services rendered since he became of age. I further order and direct that my negro man named Edmond shall be sold at the courthouse on a court day as soon as practicable after administration. I also direct that the remainder of the stock which had not been devised and which may be after Sally & Nancy have taken their property at the appraisement I say I wish it to be kept here about the first of June next and then sold in the usual manner with the old waggon. And with the money of the sales whatever it may amount to I say whatever the remainder may be after Sally and Nancy have received their devises as above directed I leave and bequeath the same to my four sons namely Robert, Benjamin, John and [James] Smith to be equally divided among them. And last of all I further leave and bequeath to my four sons, viz, Robert, Benjamin, John and [James] Smith all the plantation on which I now live and all the lands which I may possess adjoining it with all their appurtances to each an equal part I give to them and their heirs forever. And I do hereby appoint my wife Sally Berry and my son Robert Berry to be the executors of this my last will and testament declaring this to be my last will and testament hereby revoking all former wills made by me. Witness my hand and seal this 9th day of
November. 1833.
NB The above erasure and underlining done David Berry SS
before signed
Teste:
James Wilson Daniel (his mark) Neel

9 Feb 1836 At a Court held for Washington County
The last will & testament of David Berry deceased was exhibited in court and proved by the oath of James Wilson & Daniel Neel the subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. And on the motion of Robert A Berry the executor hereto named who took the oath of an executor prescribed by law entered unto and acknowledges his bond in the sum of ten thousand dollars with William Buchanan, Robert Clark(?),Roger(?) Keys, Arthur Reid, & Robert Keys(?) his securities certificate as the law demands. A certificate is therefore granted for the probate of the said will in due form. Teste: Jacob Lynch
369. “1880 Census,” Goodson, Washington Co., Virginia, Family History Library Film 1255394 NA Film Number T9-1394 Page Number 133A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
James S. BERRY Self M Male W 54 VA Farmer VA VA
Darcus M. BERRY Wife M Female W 57 VA Keeping House VA VA
Sarah E. BERRY Dau S Female W 25 VA At Home VA VA
John B. BERRY Son S Male W 22 VA Works On Farm VA VA
James R. A. BERRY Son S Male W 19 VA Works On Farm VA VA
370. “re: 'Moth' Berry,” Carol Vass, SVass@aol.com, 25 Sep 2003.
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380. THE DRYDEN FAMILY and Descendents, Book II, Leslie P. Dryden & Ruth T. Dryden, privately printed, 1993, Book available from Jim Scott <jscott42@drydenfamily.com>, 6.
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384. Will of George Berry, 3 January 1829
Blount County, Tennessee, Will Book 1, Page 6,7
385. “1880 Census,” Wolfs, Unicoi Co., Tennessee, Family History Library Film 1255283 NA Film Number T9-1283 Page Number 107A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
386. Interview, Lillian Louise Jones, 12 Apr 2000, James L. Berry, Johnson City, TN.
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name relation sex race age M/S M.age Self Fa Mo occu.
Jones, Sam head M W 49 M 19 Tenn Tenn Tenn Shipping Clk Lmbr Mill
--- Nora wife F W 47 M 16 Tenn Tenn Tenn
--- Lucile dau F W 20 S Tenn Tenn Tenn Winder Silk Mill
--- Robert son M W 18 S Tenn Tenn Tenn Laborer Garage
--- Sena Mae dau F W 16 S Tenn Tenn Tenn
--- Ruth dau F W 14 S Tenn Tenn Tenn
--- Jack son M W 13 S Tenn Tenn Tenn
--- Ned son M W 11 S Tenn Tenn Tenn
--- Virginia dau F W 9 S Tenn Tenn Tenn
--- Lillian dau F W 8 S Tenn Tenn Tenn
--- Margaret dau F W 6 S Tenn Tenn Tenn
--- Marybell dau F W 5 S Tenn Tenn Tenn
--- Humphrey son M W 29 Wd Tenn Tenn Tenn Shipping Clk Box Factory vet
--- Humphrey, Jr Gson M W 6 S Tenn Tenn Tenn
--- Loyd Gson M W 1 2/12 S Tenn Tenn Tenn
388. “1900 Census,” Tennessee > Greene > Civil District 22 > District 51, enumerated June 18, 1900, HeritageQuestOnline.
172 182 Jones, William M. Head W M Jun 1845 54 M 30 TN NC NC
-- Mary A. Wife W F March 1845 55 M 30 9 8 TN NC NC
-- James F. Son W M May 1874 26 S TN TN TN
-- Jessie P. Son W M Aug 1876 23 S TN TN TN
-- Sam W. Son W M May 1879 22 S TN TN TN
-- Brazilla S. Dau W F Jan 1881 19 S TN TN TN
-- Isaac G. Son W M July 1883 16 S TN TN TN
-- George Son W M Feb 1885 15 S TN TN TN
389. “Death Certificate,” 7 APR 1929, Washington Co., TN, file no. 9620, photocopy.
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392. “1880 Census,” Coffee Ridge, Unicoi Co., Tennessee, Family History Library Film 1255283 NA Film Number T9-1283 Page Number 101B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
393. “H.W. Gilbert ancestry. PDF,” 4 Nov 2003, Donna Gilbert Delgadillo, donna@silverdp.com.
394. “1880 Census,” Wolfs, Unicoi Co., Tennessee, Family History Library Film 1254684 NA Film Number T9-0684 Page Number 247CFamily History Library Film 1255283 NA Film Number T9-1283 Page Number 107B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Henry W. GILBERT Self M Male W 69 SC Farming VA SC
Brazilla GILBERT Wife M Female W 62 TN Keeping House SC SC
Steven C. GILBERT Son S Male W 23 TN Farming SC TN
George W. GILBERT Son S Male W 18 TN Farming SC TN
395. “1880 Census,” Coffee Ridge, Unicoi Co., Tennessee, Family History Library Film 1255283 NA Film Number T9-1283 Page Number 101A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
396. “1880 Census,” Coffee Ridge, Unicoi Co., Tennessee, Family History Library Film 1255283 NA Film Number T9-1283 Page Number102C, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
James H. HIGGINS Self M Male W 35 TN Farming TN NC
Thursey HIGGINS Wife M Female W 40 NC Keeping House TN NC
Lavina HIGGINS Sister S Female W 14 TN TN NC
Barbra J. HIGGINS Dau S Female W 12 TN TN NC
Manerva E. HIGGINS Dau S Female W 9 TN TN NC
William HIGGINS Son S Male W 7 TN TN NC
John HIGGINS Son S Male W 7 TN TN NC
397. Obituary, Rev. Earl J. Berry, Elizabethton Star, March 6, 2005, page 5A, http://archives.starhq.com/PDF/2005/Mar/030605.pdf.
398. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 29 Nov 1999.
399. “1930 US Census,” Tennessee, Carter Co., 6th Dist., enumerated April 11, 1930, Ancestry.com.
21 24 Berry, William M. Head M W 28 M 21 Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee
--- Mimie Wife F W 23 M 19 Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky
--- Earl Son M W 4+ S Tennessee Tennessee Kentucky
--- Carl Son M W 2+ S Tennessee Tennessee Kentucky
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420. Interview with Sanna May Gouge, by James L. Berry, 28 Jan 2000, Miami, Dade Co., FL.
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422. “L.G. Gouge Memorial Cemetery,” Alice Foster-Blevins, TNriogal@aol.com, ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/mitchell/cemeteries/gouge01.txt, 28 Jan 2000.
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Mitchell BYRD Male 37 Farming NC NC NC
Rebecca BYRD Female 30 Wife NC NC NC
Jane BYRD Female 12 Dau NC NC NC
Mallissa BYRD Female 10 Dau NC NC NC
George BYRD Male 8 Son NC NC NC
Hutson BYRD Male 6 Son NC NC NC
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From the Book John Berry And His Children by Jack Pope:

Will of John Berry
"In the name of God Amen, I John Berry of Lincoln County and State of Virginia, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do make and ordain this my last Will and Testament, in manner and form following, that is to say:

"First I will that all my debts and funeral charges be paid by my executrix herein named, Also I give and demise unto my two sons , James and William, their heirs and assigns foreever, all that tract of land containing three hundred acres, laying on the waters of Licking Creek, which I bought of William McCrackin, to be equally divided between my sons above mentioned.

"And as to my movable estate I will and order that it be equally divided between my daughters, Betsy, Polly, Sally, Hannah, Peggy, and Jane, and their portions to be delivered to them at the time they shall arrive to years of their lawful age.

"Also , I give and demise unto my two sons Joseph and John, all that tract of land my family now lives on in Lincoln County, and State of Virginia, and their heirs and assigns forever, but not meaning or intending that they, or either of them shall have any demands on the last mentioned lands until the death or marriage of Hannah, my wife.

But I do will and order that my said wife have the whole and sole use and benefits of the plantation aforesaid, during the time of her natural life or for so long as she continues my widow and trustee for my children.

In Witness Whereof I have set my hand and seal this the Tenth Day of August 1789.

John Berry seal

Witness
James piggott
James Kerr
Isaac Fallis

The will was admitted to probate on July 10, 1790 upon proof by James Kerr and Isaac Fallis the subscribing witnesses.

Will of John BERRY
Proved July Ct. 1790 ; 2 sons James and William, daughters Betse, Polle, Salle, Hannah, Pegge, Jene when arrive to lawful age. Wife Hannah.
Witnesses: James PIGGOTT, James FLINN, Isaac FALLIS
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Robt. GEORGE Self M Male W 59 MO Farmer VA TN
Margret J. GEORGE Wife M Female W 47 MO Keeping House VA TN
James T. GEORGE Son S Male W 26 TX Farmer MO MO
Isaac C. GEORGE Son S Male W 24 TX MO MO
John W. GEORGE Son S Male W 21 TX Farmer MO MO
Ada S. GEORGE Dau S Female W 17 TX Keeping House MO MO
Calvin M. GEORGE Son S Male W 14 TX At Home MO MO
Ester J. GEORGE Dau S Female W 10 AR At Home MO MO
Mary E. GEORGE Dau S Female W 7 AR At Home MO MO
Robt. H. GEORGE Son S Male W 5 AR MO MO
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491. “King Family Bible Records.”
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Direct letters
714 Washington Street
Jamestown, November 24, 1/89

My dear brother and sister
Do you think I have forgotten you because it has been so long a time since I have written to you. I think of you very often & promise myself I will write to you but my household duties are numerous & it is seldom I write letters except to Russell every Sunday. He is in Chicago, employed in a wall paper store. Think he has good knowledge in that branch of business. He expects to come home & spend the hollidays with his wife. We are all well except some of us have bad colds the wether the past week has been rainy, favorable for colds.
Mr. Moody, the great evangelist, has been here a week, tomorrow is his last day here & I am going to hear him. The children have all been several times. He is a very interesting & easy speaker. What a comfort to be interested in work for Christ. How I wish I could see you all, it is too bad that we are so far seperated. Tell me when you are coming to see us. Do you live alone, & how near by are your children and how many grandchildren are there. I have only one & she is a great pet with us all, her name is Genevieve, Corrie & Genevieve were in Chicago & Buffalo four weeks this fall & we missed them so much. Thanksgiving next Thursday we all take dinner at Corrie’s as has been our custom and they with us at Christmas. Our three unmarried boys are home & have good situations. Allen in Chautauqua Co Bank, Harry in office of Water Supply Co., Ernest where flavoring extracts are manufactured. May is still is Lach’s (Lacki’s ?) furnishings store. Sena is my assistant in housekeeping. The youngest, Lucy 15, Bertha 11 are in school. So you see we are happy all together.
My friend Mrs. Botsford & I visited Ms. Lucius Lidle in Poland about two weeks ago, they do not grow old fast.
Fathers home has been improved, some changes about the house. I would like to visit the cemetery there often where so many dear ones are laid. Mother I have not seen since father’s death. I would like to know more about her. Mrs. Lydell thinks mother and Mrs. Fellows live together in Portland. I am going to try and see Eva & know. John Allen’s people I see occasionally. They are well. Dora makes money catering.
I hope to hear from you soon. We are always glad of your letter to know of your health & prospects. Remember me as you loving sister.
Delia Fluvia Allen Shaw

Phebe you can write to me if Delos is busy & if you can both write it will be very acceptable.
495. “Dwight Granger -- Please fix hsi birth place in your records!,” Catherine Granger Glover, cat333@earthling.net, 14 Aug 2000.
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499. “Berry Family Update,” Jack Carney, applejack@winfinity.com, 21 Feb 2001; 3 Oct 2003.
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Register Report - 21 Feb 2001
Clifford E. Berry Family Group - Oct. 3, 2003
William C. (Campbell) Berry - Oct. 3, 2003
500. “ The Berry Family of Augusta, AR: Successful Merchants for 126 Years,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~arwoodru/gary_telford/berry_family.html, Gary Telford, wgt@centurytel.net, Published in the Woodruff County Monitor, Wednesday, August 13, 2003.
501. “A Reminiscent History of The Ozark Region,” various, Goodspeed Brothers, Chicago, 1894, O. C. Bailey Library, Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas, http://www.accessgenealogy.com/scripts/data/database.cgi?file=Data&report=SingleArticle&ArticleID=0029817, p. 237, p. 232.
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504. “Anna Maria Wilson,” Bob Switzer, robert.switzer@sympatico.ca, 2 Jan 2004.
505. “Berry Family Geniology,” Michelle Lea Freeland Serra Hall, mlea1970@hotmail.com, 6 Jan 2002.
506. “Lineage Books of the Charter Members of the National Society of the, Daughters of the American Revolution (110 Volumes).”
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509. “Kimball Family Website,” http://www.maro.net/teresa/kimbell/bases.htm, v. 1, p. 87.
510. “Saybrook, CT Vital Records,” CT Soc. of the Founders and Patriots of America, Connecticut Historical Society, Saybrook, CT.
511. “History and Genealogy of a Branch of the Weaver Family,” Lucius E. Weaver, Rochester, NY.
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513. Bruce L. Conrad, ang23tsg@comcast.net, 4 June 2002, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I2648.
514. “Massachusetts Town Vital Records Collection,” NEHGS, NEHGS, Boston.
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516. Gananoque Reporter, Gananoque, Ontario, 25 Sep 1930.
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519. “Berry-WilliamMartinDesc4Gen.ged,” 26 April 2004, Vic Shinsel.
520. “Re: Headstone: Clark,” Bruce L. Conrad, ang23tsg@comcast.net, 29 June 2003.
521. Hermiston Cemetery, Umatilla Co., OR, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/hermiston.html, 17 Jul 2000.
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523. Milton-Freewater Cemetery, Milton-Freewater, Umatilla Co., Oregon, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/milton-freewater.html, 18 July 2000.
524. Bruce L. Conrad, ang23tsg@comcast.net, 18 April 2005, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I2722.
525. “Massachusetts Town Vital Records Partial Compilation,” New England Historic Genealogical Society, New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston.
526. Danielson, Colonel Timothy Danielson, Mass. Militia, Cindy Waller, Cindywal@msn.com or CindyWaller3971@msn.com, February 13, 2001.
527. “RE: Dr. Josiah Blackman,” Donna Bell Cross, crossgenie@isp.com, 12 & 15 Feb 2005.
528. Biography, Mary Ann Musson Blackman, Donna Bell Cross, October 2003.
530. “Killingly Vital Records.”
531. “Re: SARAH GOUGE BIRCHFIELD,” Rhonda Gunter, rgunter@m-y.net, 12 Mar 2000, GenForum.
532. S. W. Williams, “Genealogy & history of the fam. of Williams in Amer., more particularly of the desc. of Robert Williams of Roxbury,” http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/f/r/i/Sandra-K-Fritzen/GENE6-000,1.html Descendants of Robert Williams, p. 118-119.
533. S. W. Williams, “Genealogy & history of the fam. of Williams in Amer., more particularly of the desc. of Robert Williams of Roxbury,” http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/f/r/i/Sandra-K-Fritzen/GENE6-000,1.html Descendants of Robert Williams.
534. “William Gouge,” Honey Rebecca (Gouge) Casey, caseyhr@bellsouth.net, 2 May 2002.
535. “John Gouge of North Carolina,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jgouge, Steve Peters, ss_peters@mindspring.com, sspeter2@bellsouth.net, 3 May 2002.
536. Find A Grave, “Mckinney Cemetery, Carter Co., TN,” http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=cr&GSmpid=32404276&GRid=5130894&CRid=15480&PIgrid=5130894&PIpi=14670&, Les Young, 1 May 2002.
537. "Descendants of Baxter Bell Berry and Elizabeth Preston Cameron" Mona Cannon, 712 So. Humboldt St., San Mateo, CA 94402, <mcannon3@comcast.net>
538. “My Family File,” 23 June 2004, Laurie Hoskins Bigham, bighamfam@ccountry.com.
539. “Information to give,” Vicki Clark Koontz, beauday@charter.net, 16 may 2004.
540. “Ancestors of Edith Berry,” Miriam Looker, mlooker@earthlink.net, 15 Aug 2002, email originally sent to Douglas Ford and June Edgerton.
541. “RE: Elisha Pendleton Gaines,” Tom Butt, tom.butt@intres.com, July 4, 2006.
542. VAWASHIN-L, “Re: [VAWASHIN] More about McCroskeys,” Bob Ford, FORDREDJ@aol.com, March 15, 2005.
543. “Re: genealogy search: Isaac Wilson/Martha Burleson/Mary Eliza Wilson,” Pat Wilson Charles, Mikechar44@aol.com, 17 Nov 2001.
544. “A Reminiscent History of The Ozark Region,” various, Goodspeed Brothers, Chicago, 1894, O. C. Bailey Library, Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas, http://www.accessgenealogy.com/scripts/data/database.cgi?file=Data&report=SingleArticle&ArticleID=0029817, pp. 232 & 235.
545. “A Reminiscent History of The Ozark Region,” various, Goodspeed Brothers, Chicago, 1894, O. C. Bailey Library, Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas, http://www.accessgenealogy.com/scripts/data/database.cgi?file=Data&report=SingleArticle&ArticleID=0029817, p. 235.
546. “WRIGHT COUNTY OFFICIALS 1841-1875,” Phyllis Rippee, Office Supervisor, Wright County Historical Society, http://www.rootsweb.com/~mowright/off_1.htm, 27 Feb 2000.
547. “1850 Census plus Annotations,” Wright Co., MO, Annotations by Gloria Bogart Carter, Web, 25 Oct 2004, http://www.rootsweb.com/~mowright/wricen17.htm.
548. “1850 CENSUS Part XXIII,” Wright Co., MO, Annotations by Gloria Bogart Carter, http://rootsweb.com/~mowright/wricen23.htm.
549. “A Reminiscent History of The Ozark Region,” various, Goodspeed Brothers, Chicago, 1894, O. C. Bailey Library, Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas, http://www.accessgenealogy.com/scripts/data/database.cgi?file=Data&report=SingleArticle&ArticleID=0029817, p. 236.
550. “Cape Fair Cemetery List, Stone County Missouri,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~mostone/cemetery/capefair.html, Carmon Norisene Taylor, Mindvoice@email.msn.com.
551. “A Reminiscent History of The Ozark Region,” various, Goodspeed Brothers, Chicago, 1894, O. C. Bailey Library, Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas, http://www.accessgenealogy.com/scripts/data/database.cgi?file=Data&report=SingleArticle&ArticleID=0029817.
552. “A Reminiscent History of The Ozark Region,” various, Goodspeed Brothers, Chicago, 1894, O. C. Bailey Library, Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas, http://www.accessgenealogy.com/scripts/data/database.cgi?file=Data&report=SingleArticle&ArticleID=0029817, p. 238.
553. “MARGARET “PEGGY” HENDERSON 1805-1878,” Mac Elaine Elliott, TwigsNTX@aol.com, 26 Apr 2000.
554. “1880 Census,” Yellville, Marion Co., Arkansas, June 3, 1880, Family History Library Film 1254051 NA Film Number T9-0051 Page Number 23D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
John COWDRY Self M Male W 34 AR Dry Goods Merchant SC AR
Martha H. COWDRY Wife M Female W 23 AR Keeping House NC NC
Annie COWDRY Dau S Female W 5 AR AR AR
Everet COWDRY Son S Male W 1 AR AR AR
555. “Descendants of James Moore Cowdrey,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~armarion/familylines/cowdreyjames.html, Karen L. Hildebrand Stevens, kstevens620@sbcglobal.net.
556. “J N and Belle Griffin,” Bill McDonald, chaplain@ponyexpress.net, 22 Nov 2000.
557. “Berrys,” Bill McDonald, chaplain@ponyexpress.net, 8 May 2001.
558. “MARY JANE BERRY'S PLACE IN FAMILY TREE,” Victor L. Berry, VictorBerry@aol.com, 12 Aug 2001.
559. Ben Berry Obituary.
560. Carroll County Arkansas Historical Society, “McCullough Cemetery - Stone Co. MO,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~arcchs/hsmccem.html, 21 August 2000.
561. “1880 Census,” Precinct 7, Clay Co., Texas, Family History Library Film 1255296 NA Film Number T9-1296 Page Number 510B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
J.R. SELLERS Self M Male W 23 MS Farmer TN TN
E.J. SELLERS Wife M Female W 26 TX AR AR
W.F. SELLERS Son S Male W 9 TX MS TN
M.J. SELLERS Dau S Female W 4 TX MS TN
M.A. SELLERS Dau S Female W 2 TX MS TN
562. “1880 Census,” Boone, Wright Co., Missouri, Family History Library Film 1254741 NA Film Number T9-0741 Page Number 548D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Sidney E. MC CONKEY Self M Male W 49 IL Farming VA VA
Sarah L. MC CONKEY Wife M Female W 32 IL Keeping House VA VA
James I MC CONKEY Son S Male W 14 IL IL IL
Harvey U. MC CONKEY Son S Male W 12 IL IL IL
James S. MC CONKEY Son S Male W 10 IL IL IL
Clarence MC CONKEY Son S Male W 8 IL IL IL
Cara MC CONKEY Dau S Female W 3 MO IL IL
563. “Belvidere Cemetery 1910-2002,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~sdjackso/belviderecem.html, Etta Evans, texasladybug_2000@yahoo.com.
564. “1880 Census,” Clear Creek, Marion Co., Kansas, Family History Library Film 1254388 NA Film Number T9-0388 Page Number 71C, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Sam'l. T. BLACK Self M Male W 50 IN Farming PA TN
Rosana E. BLACK Wife M Female W 47 IL Keeping House VA VA
Hattie E. BLACK Dau D Female W 26 IL At Home IN IL
Harvey T. BLACK Son S Male W 24 IL General Store IN IL
Wm. E. BLACK Son Male W 19 IL Farm Help IN IL
John M. BLACK Son Male W 14 IL Farm Help IN IL
Rosa D. BLACK Dau S Female W 8 IL IN IL
Chris MC CULLEY GSon S Male W 5 IL IN IL
565. “Re: Victor - S.S. Record,” Laura Berry Bengelsdorf, Zweigx@aol.com, 18 Aug 2001.
The newspaper account states that V. C. Berry died at Salem Township Hospital, but he had been living at Twin Willows Nursing Home in Salem, IL. (less than a year at the time, I think, though I could be mistaken on the length of time). He had late onset sugar diabetes and it had advanced to the point that he could no longer get around on his walker at the apartment where he lived until entering the nursing facility; and it is my understanding that he needed for someone to do almost everything for him, especially to be certain that he ate correctly and took his medicines. He had some difficulty seeing, which made it more difficult for him to care for himself independently.

He had turned his legal and financial care over to his youngest son, Oral Dean Berry of Salem and Oral and my dad, Howard, would check on him everyday to visit and to see what his needs might be. Mom often cooked for him and would take food over to his apartment regularly. He loved her cooking. I think Aunt Laurine also prepared him foods, and the family would bring him to their homes for visits as long as his health permitted. He had assistance from a home nursing provider for a time, but eventually he reguired greater services than they could give. Then the family made arrangements for him to
move to Twin Willows which is located on Rt. 37 North of Salem and just across from the local reservoir where he used to love to fish in his younger days.

He really enjoyed the company and attention that he got at the nursing home. He was such a lovable old man who thrived on good conversation, so I was glad for him that he was surrounded with people who gave him lots of attention and took good care of him. The staff at the home seemed to gravitate to his room when they had a break. Mom continued to cook his favorite foods and take them to him while he stayed at Twin Willows. He especially enjoyed her vegetable soup. My dad, several of my children, my nephew - Mark Decker, and my granddaughter Stephanie Wolters visited him while he was a patient at the nursing home. He was very feeble at the time but still was able to enjoy the company and initiated topics of conversation with us. That was his pride, to keep an alert mind to the end. I think he succeeded.

The funeral was held in Chanute, KS, and not in Salem, IL, so that may be why Linda had the impression that he died in Chanute. My first husband and I drove Dad and Mom out to Chanute. All of the living children were able to make the trip. Sadly, Linda's dad was no longer living, but her mom, Zdenka, and her brother, Dennis, came for the services.
566. Elmwood Cemetery, Chanute, Neosho County, Kansas, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/elmwood_ks.html, Gravestone photo, photo courtesy Laura Berry.
567. “(no subject),” Laura Benglesdorf, Zweigx@aol.com, 9 Sep 2001.
568. Letter, Merle Victoria Berry, 2 Oct 2001, Jola.
570. “email to Jerry Jones,” Canie Burns Litton, Jr., 23 Oct 1998.
571. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, “Ancestral File (R),” Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, James Martin Priest, Turlock, CA, AF92-104895.
572. “SOME EARLY RUSSELL CO VA MARRIAGE CLUES,” Jack Hockett, tlas101@aol.com, http://www.rootsweb.com/~varussel/vitals/marclues.html, 19 Dec 2001.
573. “1880 Census,” Gasconade, Wright Co., Missouri, Family History Library Film 1254741 NA Film Number T9-0741 Page Number 531A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Henry CRIDER Self M Male W 27 MO Farming IN VA
Elizabeth CRIDER Wife M Female W 24 MO Keeping House TN MO
James B. CRIDER Son S Male W 6 MO MO MO
Samuel N. CRIDER Son S Male W 4 MO MO MO
Lidda M. CRIDER Dau S Female W 1 MO MO MO
574. Descendants of William Scott, ‘Deb’, DKHMOM@aol.com, FTM file, May 13, 1999, copy in possession of James L. Berry.
575. LDS FamilySearch Site, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp, Fred and Gayle Phillips, 923 South Western Ave., Stillwater, OK 74074.
576. “King & Patterson Marriages,” Anne Patterson Dee, ADee846@aol.com, 3 Feb 2003.
577. “120527,” http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=email&ti=0&f0=120527, 30 Sep 2001, honeycutt@wwdb.org.
578. “Elaine Howell,” http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:1817831, 17 Dec 2001, Elaine Howell, maam@iname.com.
579. Donald L. Coon, “FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File,” http://www.mother.com/~minao/genealogy/family_history/html/d0003/g0000059.html#I0347.
580. Clinton Norris Edwards, “Edwards, Miller & Peterson Pages on the Net,” http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Plains/4277/, 23 Nov 2000.
581. “Welcome to my McMahan Genealogy,” http://www.geocities.com/pameladhudson/mcmahan.html, Pamela D. Hudson, redbird@accessatc.net.
582. “The Miller Family,” “Ancestors and Descendants of LEONARD HEZEKIAH MILLER,” http://www.obcgs.com/miller.html, Carol Raymond and Sarah Burrell Miller.
583. “World Connect Project,” Dell G. Ludwig, ludwigville@msn.com, 19 Sep 2001.
584. “oswald cross ludwig,” Dell G. Ludwig, ludwigville@msn.com, 17 Nov 2002.
585. Tennessee USGenWeb Archives, “Membership List Big Pigeon Primitive Baptist Church 1787-1874,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/tn/cocke.htm, 12 Nov 2000.
586. “Re: George Family,” Grace Bagwell, bagwell@fone.net, 27 Apr 2003.
587. “Census,” Russell Co., VA, 1860-1865, Web, http://rhobard.com/russell/index.html, 18 Dec 2001.
588. “A Biographical History of Wise County, Virginia's Civil War Soldiers,” Lillian H. Gobble, Rhonda Robertson and Nancy Clark Brown, 2003.
589. “Larry & Mina Ostergard's Family History,” http://www.cal.net/~minao/family_history/www/, Mina Ostergard, MinaO@mother.com, 4 Nov 2001.
590. “RE: Surname Honeycutt,” Jeneen Ausk, jeneen@jbartistic.com, June 15, 2007.
591. Cathryn Oden, Patrickcybr@aol.com, 2001.
592. “Pate,” Janice Pate, pate_news@hotmail.com, 8 Nov 2001.
593. “RE: a little more info for you,” Lisa Bradford, BradfordAnnL@aol.com, 12 June 2001.
594. “Life History of Rev. John H. Ballard,” WALNUT, N. C., JANUARY, 1924, Rev. John H. Ballard, Transcribed Nov. 2000 by H. D. Ballard, Jr.
595. “Williams-Putnam Research Surname Page,” http://williamsdescendants.net/index.html, John Williams, williajn@earthlink.net, 23 Feb 2006.
596. “Blevins Genealogical Research Page,” http://www.oblevins.com/, Owen Blevins, OBlevins@AOL.com, Feb. 22, 2000.
597. Berry Family Genealogy Forum, “Re: John Berry Marriages, VA, 1700's,” #7044, 5 Apr 2002, Carol Vass, svass@aol.com.
598. Papers, Lucy Ross Berry, Oct. 5, 1955, Kentucky Room, Cynthania Public Library, Cynthania, Harrison Co., KY.
599. “Morgans Raid: The Battles of Cynthiana,” The Battle of Cynthiana Committee, http://www.geocities.com/morgansraid/, dmoore_1kycav45@yahoo.com.
600. “Re: Genealogy Quest,” Rhonda Simmons, rhosimmons@earthlink.net, October 31, 2005 - November 5, 2005.
601. “STREET DATABASE,” Kaye St. John, kayestjohn-h@mindspring.com, 15 May 2004.
602. John Lee Sharp, “Ancestors of John Lee Sharp,” http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/h/a/John-L-Sharp/GENE5-0037.html, says Washington, VA.
603. BobbiS44@aol.com.
I am told my Berry family once lived in Sullivan and that they were related to the Sharp family. My gg grandfather was John Sharp Berry. His father was Benjamin Berry married to Margaret? The family went to Hickman Co. KY. Children of Benjamin and Margaret: Indiana b 1820, Warren D. , William C., John Sharp and Harriet A. All of the children were born in TN according to the 1850 Census records.
Thanks,

Bobbi
604. “FW: Davis Line,” Kathryn Moore-Henry, mtstranscribe@charter.net, 17 Feb 2003, email from, Jeanie Gray Mueller, jeanie@iaxs.net.
605. Old Garland Cemetery, Mitchell Co., NC, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/unnamed.html.
606. “1880 Census,” Red Hill, Mitchell, North Carolina, Family History Library Film 1254973 NA Film Number T9-0973 Page Number 91A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Carson PHILLIPS Self M Male W 63 NC Farmer NC NC
Sarah PHILLIPS Wife M Female W 57 NC Keep House NC NC
Polli Ann PHILLIPS Dau S Female W 25 NC At Home NC NC
Phebe PHILLIPS Dau S Female W 23 NC At Home NC NC
Lazarus PHILLIPS Son S Male W 21 NC Work On Farm NC NC
Mira PHILLIPS Dau S Female W 19 NC At Home NC NC
Carson PHILLIPS Son S Male W 16 NC Work On Farm NC NC
Wiley PHILLIPS Son S Male W 12 NC Work On Farm NC NC
607. “1920 Census,” Red Hill, Mitchell Co., NC, 09 & 10 Jan 1920, Roll: T625_1311, Pg: 3A, ED: 188, Image: 0205, Ancestry.com, Debbie Yelton Puschkar, DKAR90@aol.com.
Line 44 Head Moses Laws, 44 (b. c1876), NC, Occp: Farmer, general farm, (dad & mom b. NC)
Line 45 Wife Cleo Laws, 42 (b. c1878), NC, (dad b. TN, mom b. NC)
Line 46 dau Anna Laws, 19 (b. c1901), NC, single, (dad & mom b. NC)
Line 47 son William Laws, 17 (b. c1903), NC, single (dad & mom b. NC)
Line 48 dau Dallas, 15 (b. c1905), NC, single, (dad & mom b. NC)
Line 49 son Jeff Laws, 12 (b. c1908), NC, single (dad & mom b. NC)
Line 50 dau Lena Laws, 4-11/12 (b. c1915), NC, single (dad & mom b. NC)
608. “1880 Census,” Moniteau, Cooper Co., Missouri, Family History Library Film 1254683 NA Film Number T9-0683 Page Number 373B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Harvey GEORGE Self M Male W 37 MO Farmer TN MO
Martha E. GEORGE Wife M Female W 34 MO K.H. NC NC
Lesley E. GEORGE Son S Male W 10 MO Laborer MO MO
Mettey GEORGE Dau S Female W 6 MO MO MO
Minnie GEORGE Dau S Female W 5 MO MO MO
Annie GEORGE Dau S Female W 2 MO MO MO
Mirtle GEORGE Dau S Female W 1M MO MO MO
609. “Henry County Missouri Connections,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/hcmo/1, Linda M. Everhart, County Coordinator, codmolly@iland.net, GenCircle Site.
610. “Descendants of John Austin Hunt,” 9 Oct 2001, William A. Hunt, wahunt@direcway.com.
611. “1880 Census,” Cooke Co., TX, Family History Library Film 1255298 NA Film Number T9-1298 Page Number 348A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Richard MCCUBBIN Self M Male W 40 MO. Stock Raising MO. VA.
Mary J. MCCUBBIN Wife M Female W 32 MO. Keeping House MO. VA.
Dora E. MCCUBBIN Dau S Female W 6 TEX. MO. MO.
Walter O. MCCUBBIN Son S Male W 4 TEX. MO. MO.
Warren MCCUBBIN Son S Male W 2 TEX. MO. MO.
612. “Samuel Hervy Laughlin Diary,” Samuel Hervey Laughlin, http://home.att.net/~jlp1/reports/shlaughlindiary.htm, 1845, Section two.
613. “An account of the killing of Burton by Shawnee Indians,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~deschart/burton.html, Emory L. Hamilton.
614. “Descendants of Samuel Porter and Elizabeth Dunkin,” James Porter, http://home.att.net/~jlp1/samport1.htm, 4 July 2003.
615. “Alexander McFarland,” Gay Deaton Roden, roadend@msn.com, 13 July 2003.
616. “J. Lee Sharp's Ancestry Home Page,” John Lee Sharp, http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/h/a/John-L-Sharp/GENE5-0061.html, says Chester, PA.
John Lee Sharp, 173 Avon Ave, Lexington, Ky 40505, United States
JLEESHARP@email.msn.com
606-225-1879
617. “Alexander LAUGHLIN / Ann SHARP,” Gregory K. Laughlin, http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0007/F1174.htm.
618. “J. Lee Sharp's Ancestry Home Page,” John Lee Sharp, http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/h/a/John-L-Sharp/GENE5-0061.html, says Washington, VA.
John Lee Sharp, 173 Avon Ave, Lexington, Ky 40505, United States
JLEESHARP@email.msn.com
606-225-1879
619. “Gregory Kent Laughlin's Website,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0018/F3269.html#I08668.
621. “Samuel Hervy Laughlin Diary,” Samuel Hervey Laughlin, http://home.att.net/~jlp1/reports/shlaughlindiary.htm, 1845, Section nine.
622. Diary of Public Events and Notices of My Life and Family etc., Samuel Hervey Laughlin, Jan. 1, 1845 to ________, pages 162-165.
623. “J. Lee Sharp's Ancestry Home Page,” John Lee Sharp, http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/h/a/John-L-Sharp/GENE5-0061.html, says 1733, Salisbury, Lancaster, PA, John Dunkin's Will - Pro. 27 Oct 1817, Washington Co., Va. , The Southwest Virginian, Vol II, #12, p. 2-7. , [Broderbund WFT Vol. 5, Ed. 1, Tree #1038, Date of Import: 14 Jun, 1998] .
John Lee Sharp, 173 Avon Ave, Lexington, Ky 40505, United States
JLEESHARP@email.msn.com
606-225-1879
624. John Lee Sharp, “Ancestors of John Lee Sharp,” http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/h/a/John-L-Sharp/GENE5-0037.html, October 27, 1817 , Abingdon, Washington Co., VA, http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/h/a/John-L-Sharp/GENE5-0061.html.
625. “The Journey of Captain John Dunkin & Family While Prisoners of War during the American Revolution,” Gregory Kent Laughlin, http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/dunkin/, 5 May 2000.
626. William King and Virginia Watkins, Their Ancestors and Descendants, Maellen King Ford.
627. “Kentucky Historical Society,” The Register, Vol. 54, #189, Oct.,1956, page 312.
628. James Litton, 'The Wayfaring Stranger', Dorothy Gable, 1964, page 181+.
629. “One of Luiel's Son's,” Christopher Dean, christopher.dean@attbi.com, 2 June 2002.
630. “ Owen Edgar Collins & Elizabeth Mae Collins,” Christopher, therealchristopher@hotmail.com, September 8, 2007.
631. “Lafayette Berry.ged,” 26 July 2002, Ardis and Eldred Hodges, ehodge@pacbell.net.
632. “Death Certificate,” 22 oct 1904, Loa Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA, photocopy.
633. “Gilroy Historical Museum, Dixon Duncan's family,” Ardis Hodges and her daughter Barbara Hendricks, ehodge@pacbell.net, 13 June 2001.
634. “Gilroy Historical Museum, Dixon Duncan's family,” Ardis Hodges and her daughter Barbara Hendricks, ehodge@pacbell.net, 13 June 2001, obit.
635. Letter, “Adelaide Berry Duncan to George F. Duncan,” 17 Sep 1893, copy with James L. Berry.
Sept. 17th, 1893

Dear George,

In looking over your letter, I find I did not answer all your questions. I don’t know whether your grandfather Duncan was much of a woodsman, or not, nor whether he was much of a hunter or not, but I don’t believe he was much of a hunter for I think I would have heard talk of it, if he had been. Your grandmother Duncan’s oldest brother, Johnny Laughlin, was a great hunter. His children used to sit on the woodpile when he went out with his gun, and listen to hear a shot, then each would claim separate parts of the deer, such as the milt, the heart, or the ribs. Isaac King, his son-in-law, told this and said he neglected his cornfield to hunt, like my papa did. I don’t believe your grandfather Duncan did that.

I don’t know how long they were in the wilderness, nor whether the family got together in Kentucky or not till after the old folks went back to Virginia.

Decatur Dryden’s mother was the first child my grandmother Berry had after her return from captivity, and it may be he has heard her tell things she certainly heard her mother talk of.

Before our ancestors moved to Kentucky, they in Virginia had to seek safety in a blockhouse. Your grandmother Duncan told me of this after I was married. She was a little girl and was drinking sweet sap that was dripping from a sugar tree near her father’s house. She had left one shoe and stocking in the house. A runner came galloping by, calling out: “To the blockhouse. The Indians are coming!” Her father picked her up, and poor lame man that he was, carried her in his arms. By the time they got pretty near the blockhouse, there was quite a crowd of neighbors, and they stopped to drink at a little stream, and your grandmother’s little tin cup that she had in her hand was all they had to drink out of; only one woman pulled off her shoe and gave her children drinks out of it. I don’t know whether your great-grandfather Duncan’s family was in the blockhouse or not, but my grandfather and grandmother Berry were, as also Billy King, whose wife was Betty Sharp before she married.

There were five men killed by the Indians while they were staying in the blockhouse. The men would go out to their fields to get food, and those inside would hear the shooting, and after awhile go out and bring in their slain friends. They tied their feet together, also the hands, and to a pole, then two men would carry them. Your grandmother told of on poor German woman whose son Fritz was all the family she had. He was brought in that way. Your old grandmother would choke and stop, and tears run down her cheeks when she told me of how this poor woman would wring her hands, and say: “Oh, my Fritz, my Fritz!”

This Billy King was the one who afterwards held the deed to granfather Berry’s farm. I heard mama say he was as faithful as if grandmother Berry’s children had been his own – never took any advantage of them. Your grandmother told me that one Sunday morning in the blockhouse, he dressed in his clean white flax linen pants and hunting shirt, and laid the corner of his hunting shirt across his knee, and took Isaac, his baby on his knee. The baby had bowel complaint and stained his hunting shirt. He jumped up, and tore around as if the Indians had him, and my grandmother Berry and his wife flew at him and got the baby away and the hunting shirt off him, for he took out his knife and they had work to keep him from cutting off the corner of the shirt that was so badly spoiled. Did any of them think that any of their descendants would write this down more than a hundred years after it occurred? Your grandmother said to me: “Your grandmother was a beautiful woman then.”

Isaac King moved to Kentucky, Whitely County, before papa did, and he lived four miles from where I was raised. I remember when I was a little girl, of riding behind him to Williamsburg on a big white stable horse. We were going to a Presbyterian preacher, and I was going to ride behind mama, and Ellen Carr behind papa, when he said: “Put her behind me.” I was so much afraid of him and of the horse too that it was anything but a pleasant ride to me. We crossed the Cumberland River which was pretty full too.

Decatur Dryden’s grandmother Dryden was a Berry; I think my grandfather’s sister, but perhaps a cousin.

Your grandmother Duncan’s mother was Polly Price before she was married to that lame weaver, Luke Laughlin. She is the only one of your ancestors whose nationality I do not know. When your grandmother was a little girl, this Polly rode a fine young mare that was a great favorite in the family some miles to a neighbor’s, and as she was coming home, a bull was roaming in the woods and took after her. She ran the mare and got home safe and she wanted to keep the mare put up until the bull left, but no, her husband would turn her out, saying the mare could keep out of the bull’s way; but the next day they found the mare dead, gored to death by the bull. I tell this so his great grandsons may know to heed their wives.

With much love to all.

Mother



...a fragment of another letter no date, apparently cut from some other letter.)

(words barely discernable) “good while ago.” When our ancestors started from Virginia and Tennessee to Kentucky, grandmother Berry’s eldest brother kissed her good-bye and snatched up her oldest child (who was named John for this brother), and said, “Sally. I will keep this child till better times. The Indians shan’t get him.” And I have heard papa and mama say it was four years before she saw her boy. Two of those years were in captivity.
636. The Enterprise, White Salmon, WA, April 17, 1975, page 14, ELIZABETH BERRY.
Funeral services for Elizabeth Berry, wife of Leon W. Berry of Bingen, were held
Apr. 10 at the Gardner Funeral Home in White Salmon with Rev. Fred Haag of the Bethel
Congregational Church officiating. Soloist was Robert Van Alstine and organist was Mrs.
David Steckman, both of White Salmon.
Mrs. Berry was born June 4, 1911 in Morgan County, Color., and died the evening of
Apr. 7, 1975 at Skyline Hospital at the age of 63 years. Death came following cancer
surgery in January 1974 and only a short illness after recurrence in recent months.
She was graduated from Eastern Oregon College at LaGrande, Ore. in June 1931 with a
teaching certificate. However the depression years and marriage to Leon W. Berry on June 1, 1932 kept her from any professional teaching. After living in LaGrande until 1939, she cam to Bingen where she was active with her husband in publishing the Mt. Adams Sun weekly newspaper for nearly 30 years.
Betty, as she was better known, was active in community affairs during that entire
period. She served as city clerk of Bingen for several years, maintaining the Sun office.
She was associated with Girl Scout work, fraternal groups and was Heart Fund chairman and Memorial Cancer chairman for the community at the time of her death. She was a member of the United Methodist Church, Bingen Woman's Circle, Goodwill Rebekah Lodge and White Salmon Chapter 107 of the Order of Eastern Star. She served as Noble Grand and Worthy Matron of the latter two organizations respectively. Many other social and civic groups also attracted her attention.
There was never an idle moment in her interrupted busy life as she was either
knitting, hooking rugs, doing stitchery, ceramics, tole painting and many other crafts
which she shared with her friends at get-togethers in her home many times.
Besides her many hobbies, she was a lover of the outdoors and enjoyed camping in the
mountains, at the seashore and any other place. She was able to identify a multitude of
flowers, plants and birds for which her home in Bingen has been a sanctuary for many years.
Surviving are her husband, Leon; a son, James L. of Winchester, Va.; two daughters,
Margaret E. Baker, Gladstone, Ore., and Susan M. Lamoreaux of Centralia; a sister,
Margueriette Richards of Sweet Home, Ore. and a brother, William H.G. Hesse, Milton-
Freewater, Ore., and seven grand-children.
Active casket bearers were Ronald Lediges, Leland Huot, Lewis DeWalt, Harold Lewis,
Charles Oliver and Marion Babb. Honorary casket bearers were Amos Larsen, Herman Miller, Clarence Irwin, Clarence Johnson, Louis Benson and Orvil Knutson. Burial was in the White Salmon Cemetery.
637. The Goldendale Sentinel, Goldendale, WA, April 17, 1975, page 13, ELIZABETH BERRY.
Funeral services Elizabeth Berry, wife of Leon W. Berry of Bingen, were held Apr.10 at the Gardner Funeral Home in White Salmon with Rev. Fred Haag of the Bethel Congregational Church officiating. Soloist was Robert Van Alstine and organist was Mrs. David Steckman, both of White Salmon.
Mrs. Berry was born June 1, 1911 in Morgan County, Color., and died the evening of
Apr. 7,1975 at Skyline Hospital at the age of 63 years. Death came following cancer surgery in January 1974 and only a short illness after recurrence in recent months.
She was graduated from Eastern Oregon College at LaGrande, Ore. in June 1931 with a
teaching certificate. However the depression years and marriage to Leon W. Berry on June 1, 1932 kept her from any professional teaching. After living in LaGrande until 1939, she came to Bingen where she was active with her husband in publishing the Mt. Adams Sun weekly newspaper for nearly 30 years.
Betty, as she was better known, was active in community affairs during that entire
period. She served as city clerk of Bingen for several years, maintaining the Sun office.
She was associated with Girl Scout work, fraternal groups and was Heart Fund chairman and Memorial Cancer chairman for the community at the time of her death. She was a member of the United Methodist Church, Bingen Woman's Circle, Goodwill Rebekah Lodge and White Salmon Chapter 107 of the Order of Eastern Star. She served as Noble Grand and Worthy Matron of the latter two organizations respectively. Many other social and civic groups also attracted her attention.
There was never an idle moment in her interrupted busy life as she was either
knitting, hooking rugs, doing stitchery, ceramics, tole painting and many other crafts
which she shared with her friends at get-togethers in her home many times.
Besides her many hobbies, she was a lover of the outdoors and enjoyed camping in the
mountains, at the seashore and any other place. She was able to identify a multitude of
flowers, plants and birds for which her home in Bingen has been a sanctuary for many years.
Surviving are her husband, Leon; a son, James L. of Winchester, Va.; two daughters,
Margaret E. Baker, Gladstone, Ore., and Susan M. Lamoreaux of Centralia; a sister,
Margueriette Richards of Sweet Home, Ore. and a brother, William H.G. Hesse,
Milton-Freewater, Ore., and seven grand-children.
Active casket bearers were Ronald Ladiges, Leland Huot, Lewis DeWalt, Harold Lewis,
Charles Oliver and Marion Babb. Honorary casket bearers were Amos Larsen, Herman Miller, Clarence Irwin, Clarence Johnson, Louis Benson and Orvil Knutson. Burial was in the White Salmon Cemetery.
638. “McAnallyWebsite.ged,” http://www.myplanet.net/tchaposr/p4/mcanally/surnames.html, Thomas J. Chapo, tchaposr@bigplanet.com, 13 Oct 2004.
639. “Last Will and Testament of Thomas Cunningham,” Augusta Co., VA Will Book 6, p. 251, 13 Jun 1782; proved 22 Aug 1782.
640. “Nancy Berry/Solomon McCampbell,” Willaim McCampbell, mccampbell@chartertn.net, 4 Mar 2002.
641. “Timeline of Nancy Berry and Solomon McCampbell,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~berry/newupload/pages/B2f.htm.
642. “Hughes.ged,” 10 Jan 2003, Jody Lynn Rea McFadden, jodymc@pacbell.net, http://www.internetbaglady.com/genealogy/.
643. “GENEALOGY OF THE JOSEPH AND WILLIAM McFARLAND BRANCHES OF THE McFARLAND FAMILY 1675 to 1910,” Compiled by THOMAS S. McFARLAND, August 10, 1910, Cable, Ohio, http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Hollow/8143/genealogy/mcfarland/book1910.txt.
644. “Descendents of Unknown Male McFarland,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~pattiejo/mcfarland/index.htm#TOC, Pat Calton, pattical@computerhut.net.
645. “Descendants of Joseph Longacre,” Family Tree Maker file, 27 Mar 2001, Barbara McCormick, bjmac@wilmington.net.
646. “The Blakey-George Bible Record,” Family Bible of Sarah George Blakey, The Virginia Genealogist, vol. 1.
647. “Thomas Blakey’s Bible,” images of transcript by Sarah George Blakey, The Library of Virginia Digital Collections, Archives and Manuscripts, Bible Records, http://image.vtls.com/Bible/34337/0001.tiff, http://image.vtls.com/Bible/34337/0002.tiff.
648. National Society of Colonial Dames of America-State of Virginia, Fran Waggener, p. 528.
649. National Society of Colonial Dames of America-State of Virginia, Fran Waggener, p. 626.
650. National Society of Colonial Dames of America-State of Virginia, Fran Waggener, p. 688.
651. “Book by Bernard Buckner Blakey,” Bernard Buckner Blakey "A Blakey Book" published in Little Falls Minn. in 1977, Book.
652. “Historical Southern Families, Vol II by John Bennet Boddie,” Pacific Coast Published, Redwood City, Calif., Book.
653. “Early Virginia Immigrants, 1623-1666, by George Cabell Greer,,” Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Maryland, Book.
654. “The Batchelor-Williams Families and Related Lines by Lyle Keith Williams,” Arlingto Century Printing, Inc. Arlington, Tx., Book.
655. “"George Family Records - Descendants of Colonel John George of Virginia" by Thomas R. George.” FHL 929.273 G293a.
656. “Wills and Administrations of Isle of Wight County, Va. 1647-1800,” Blanch Adams Chapman, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Maryland 1975, Book.
657. “The George-Lacy Genealogy,” Austin Wheeler Smith, Cookeville, Tenn., July 29, 1940.
658. “Virginians - The Family History of John W. Pritchett,” http://www.virginians.com/index.htm, John W. Pritchett, JPritchett@msn.com.
659. Pat Price, pjprint@trail.com.
660. “Gouge Family History Page,” Patrick W. R. Barrett, http://members.tripod.com/~PockyB/gouge/.
661. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 11 Dec 2002.
662. “Re: Geouge/Gouge in NC,” Rhonda Gunter, rgunter@m-y.net, 20 Feb 2000, GenForum.
663. Mitchell Co., NC, “Index to Vital Statistics,” Bk 1, P. 695.
664. “Re: WorldConnect: Post-em posted,” Taylor Gouge family, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I4135, Debbie (Yelton) Puschkar, DKAR90@sbcglobal.net, 9 Mar 2003, 10 April 2005.
Ancestry.com 1920 Bakersville, Mitchell Co., NC Census Roll: T625_1311, Pg: 10A, ED: 181, Image: 21, Taylor Gouge, 38 (b. c1882), NC.

Ancestry.com 1930 Bakersville, Mitchell Co., NC Census Roll: T626_1707, Pg: 1A, ED: 2, Image: 0804, Relationship: Head Taylor Gouge, 51 (b. c1879), NC, Race: white,Wife Mamie Gouge, 38 (b. c1852), birthplace: --, race: --, Son Edward Gouge, 16 (b. c1914), birthplace: --, race: --, Son Earl Gouge, 14 (b. c1916), birthplace: --, race: --, Son Howard Gouge, 12 (b. c1918), birthplace: --, race: --, Daughter Hassie G. Gouge, 11 (b. c1919), birthplace: --, race: --, Daughter Berniece N. Gouge, 09 (b. c1921), birthplace: --, race:--, Son Kenneth Gouge, 06 (b. c1924), birthplace: --, race: --, Son Clinton Gouge, 05 (b. c1925), birthplace: --, race: --.
665. “RANKIN AND MCFARLAND INFO WHICH I PROMISED!,” Dianne Haley Gomez, diamez11@hotmail.com, Aug. 18, 2006.
667. “1870 Federal Census,” Precinct 4, Kentucky Twp., Grayson Co., TX, p. 155, JPEG image.
668. “Mary ’Polly’ Bell Gedcom,” http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?&ti=0&db=gedind&f3=1138&f2=119546, 12 Oct 2000, mmironl@pacbell.net.
669. “Stephensward.ged,” 27 July 2001, Terri Skeels Carr, tlcarr@mstar2.net.
670. McCulloch Cemetery, Clark's Fork Township, Cooper County, Missouri; west of Prairie Home, http://www.rootsweb.com/~mocooper/Cemeteries/MCCULLOCH_CEMETERY.htm.
Road Directions: At intersection of I-70 and Route "B" (immediately south of I-70) turn off to Rt. "B" onto Rt. "U"; follow Route "U" south an east about nine to ten miles; where Rt. "U" turns sharply to east; then to south in a short distance. This cemetery is just off Rt. "U" on the Warren Brandes Farm.
672. “Inventory of the George Family Papers 1733-1920,” The Library of Virginia Digital Collections, Archives and Manuscripts, Local government records collection, http://www.lva.lib.va.us/findaid/24642.htm.
673. “BIBLE RECORD OF ROSLER C. GOUGE,” http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/nc/mitchell/bibles/gouge06.txt, Patrick Barrett, PWRBarrett@aol.com.
674. Volunteer Enlistment

STATE OF TOWN OF
North Carolina Mitchel County




I, Joseph L. Guge, born in Mitchel Co. in the State of NC, aged
19 years, and by occupation a farmer DO HEREBY ACKNOWLEDGE to
have volunteered this 25th day of March 1864 to serve as a
Soldier in the Army of the United States of America, for the
period of THREE YEARS, unless sooner discharged by proper
authority: Do also agree to accept such bounty, pay, rations,
and clothing as are, or may be, established by law for
volunteers. And I, Joseph L. Guge do solemnly swear, that I
will bear true faith and allegiance to the United States of
America, and that I will serve them honestly and faithfully
against all their enemies or opposers whomsoever; and that I
will observe and obey the orders of the President of the United
States, and the orders of the officers appointed over me,
according to the Rules and Articles of War.

Sworn and subscribed to, at Mitchel Co.
NC this 25th day of March 1864
Before Garret Honeycutt
Joseph L. Guge


I CERTIFY, ON HONOR, That I have carefully examing the
above-named Volunteer, agreeably to the General Regulations of
the Army, and that, in my opinion, he is free from all bodily
defects and mental infirmity, which would in any way disqualify
him from performing the duties of a soldier.

[Signature of the examining surgeon is illegible.]

I CERTIFY, ON HONOR, That I have minutely inspected the
Volunteer, Joseph L. Guge previously to his enlistment, and
that he was entirely sober when enlisted; that, to the best of
my judgment and belief, he is of lawful age; and that, in
accepting him as duly qualified to perform the duties of an
able-bodied soldier, I have strictly observed the Regulations
which govern the recruiting service. This soldier has Blue
eyes, light hair, fair complexion, is 5 feet 8 inches high.

[signature:] Garret Honeycutt 1st Lieut
3d NC Regiment of Mt Infantry Volunteers,
RECRUITING OFFICER
675. “1880 Census,” Bakersville, Mitchell Co., North Carolina, Family History Library Film 1254973 NA Film Number T9-0973 Page Number 11A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Joel GOUGE Self M Male W 35 N C Farmer N C N C
Jane GOUGE Wife M Female W 25 N C Keeping House N C N C
Mary GOUGE Dau S Female W 11 N C At Home N C N C
Matilda GOUGE Dau S Female W 6 N C N C N C
John GOUGE Son S Male W 1 N C N C N C
James WINTERS Other S Male W 20 N C Servant-Works On Farm N C N C
676. Mitchell Co., NC, “Index to Vital Statistics,” Bk 1, P. 574.
677. “Gouge/Winters,” Steve Peters, ss_peters@mindspring.com, 25 Feb 2001.
678. “1850 Census plus Annotations,” Wright Co., MO, Annotated by Gloria Bogart Carter, 1 Apr 2001, http://www.rootsweb.com/~mowright/wricen17.htm.
679. “Re: WorldConnect: Post-em posted,” Crisenberry Garland family, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I4311, Debbie (Yelton) Puschkar, DKAR90@aol.com, 9 Mar 2003.
Per Latter-day-Saints site Bakersville, Mitchell Co., NC Census FHL Film: #1254973, NA Film: #T9-0973, Pg: 1A, Relation: Self Christenberg Garland, married male white, 53 (b. c1827), NC, Dry Goods Merchant, (dad & mom b: NC), Wife: Jane Garland, married female white, 52 (b. c1828), NC (dad & mom b: NC), Son Pearce Garland, single male white, 26 (b. c1854), NC, works on farm, Daughter Daly Garland, single female white, 21 (b. c1859), NC, at home, Daughter Locky Garland, single female white, 17 (b. c1863), NC, at home.
680. handwritten letter w/attachments, Rudolph Gouge, Mary J. Gouge, 13 Jun 1987, photocopy in poss of James L. Berry.
681. “1870 Federal Census,” Hampton, TN, Dist #3, Aug 4, 1870, photocopy of census abstract, JLB, p. 6, Dwelling 42.
682. “1870 Federal Census,” Hampton, TN, Dist #3, Aug 4, 1870, photocopy of census abstract, JLB.
683. “Register of Births & Deaths 1853-1859 & 1871-1892,” Book, Washington Co., VA Clerk’s Office, Abingdon, Washington Co., VA, 14 Apr 2000, p. 3, l. 22.
684. GenCircle message, “Pettypool, P Pool, P'Pool, Pool, Poole,” http://www.gencircles.com/messages/read/users/2736796/1/30.html, Linda Simmons, genfreak @pacbell.net, 6/26/01.
685. Gouge Cemetery, Carter Co., TN, N 36˚ 13.466' W 082˚ 10.387', 1 Mar 2003.
686. “1870 Federal Census,” Hampton, TN, Dist #3, Aug 4, 1870, photocopy of census abstract, JLB, p. 11, dwelling 77.
687. Find A Grave, “Gouge Cemetery, Carter Co., TN,” http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=12520, Les Young, 30 Apr 2002.
688. Gouge Cemetery, Carter Co., TN, N 36˚ 13.466' W 082˚ 10.387', 1 Mar 2003, gravestone.
689. Find A Grave, “Gouge Cemetery, Carter Co., TN,” http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=12520, Les Young, 30 Apr 2002, Latitude: 36.2242, Longitude: -82.1733.
690. “1870 Federal Census,” Hampton, TN, Dist #3, Aug 4, 1870, photocopy of census abstract, JLB, p. 9, dwelling 66.
691. Robin Biddle, “Old Settlers of Stone County Missouri,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~biddle/settlers.htm.
692. “Re: descendants of Stephen Apperson Lee/Nancy A. Warden,” Rita Lee Robison, rindian3@aol.com, 8-12 Jul 2002.
693. Tom Franklin, Neosho, MO gggrandson of Henry D. F.- tomfranklin@hotmail.com
694. “Re: Georgia Edra Berry Reser Genealogy Questions,” Tom Franklin, tomfranklin@hotmail.com, 4 Mar 2002.
695. History of Caroline County, Virginia, Winfield, (1924), Jourdan Muse Burke, Jr., jburke@us.ibm.com.
696. “Decendants of Henry George,” Ken L. & Dona L. Taylor, donaken@aol.com.
697. “Poe and Herndon Family Connections,” http://www.mindspring.com/~poefamily/PoeHerndon.htm, William Poe, wpoe@mindspring.com.
698. “Information on Mary Elliott,” http://www.angelfire.com/tn/anitasue/elliott.html, HerLine2@aol.com.
699. National Society of Colonial Dames of America-State of Virginia, Fran Waggener.
700. “Will of Robert George,” 1733.

"In the name of God amen, I, Robert George, of the Parish of Christ Church in the County of Middlesex being sick and weak of body but of perfect mind and memory for which thanks be given unto God do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament viz principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul into the hands of God who gave it and my body to the earth to be buried in a Christian like and decent matter at the discreation of the executors hereafter named and as to willing such worldly possessions as it hath pleased God to bless me with in this life I dispose of in the following manner:

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my son John George all that tract of land that I purchased of Thomas Crow in the County of Essex whereon the said John George now lives, to him and his heirs forever together with the stocks of cattle, horses, sheep and all other valuable estate on the said plantation.

ITEM: I give and bequeath unto my son Richard George, and to his heirs forever all that tract of land together with all appurtenances whereon I now live together with his stocks of cattle, horses, and sheep with their increase. I also give to the said Richard George a feather bed and funiture and two cows to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I Give and bequeath to my daughter (illegible) the wife of Robert Williamson...(certain things) to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter Susanna, the wife of John Thompson...(certain things) to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my daughter (illegible) a negro boy named George, to her and her heirs forever.

ITEM: I give unto my grandson Robert Mickelborough one negro boy named Sampson to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give and bequeath to my grandson, Richard Tilman, one negro girl named Winney and her increase to him and his heirs forever.

ITEM: I give unto my granddaughter Sarah Tilman, one negro woman named Alice and her increase from this time to her and her heirs forever, provided that at her marriage or arriving the age of eighteen years she have the said negbro and the child or children she shall happen to have born on this time and have valued and pay one third of the value thereof unto my granson, Paul Thilman.

ITEM: I give unto my daugher, Catherine McTryor...(certain things).

All the rest of my personal extate and my two negros named Dick and Jack I give unto my loving wife, Sarah, during her natural life and after her decease I give the two negros. Dick and Jack, to my son, Robert George. I will the remainder of my personal estate to be appriaised and equally divided amoung my daughters Catherine McTryor, Sarah Blakey and Susanna Thompson, and my grandson, Robert Mickelborough. I do hereby constitute and appoint my sons, John George and Richard George, executors of this my Last Will and Testament whereof I have unto set my hand and seal this ???? day of ????, 1733.

Signed, sealed publicly as and for the Last Will and Testament of the said Robert George. In the presence of Richard Greenwood, George Blakey, Elizabeth McTryor".
701. “My Southern Family,” Becky Bass Bonner & Josephine Lindsay Bass, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mysouthernfamily/, 5 July 2002.
702. “Shared Family Tree,” http://www.sharedfamilytree.com:8080/jsp/index.jsp, Hunter Monroe, hmonroe@valuespeed.com.
703. “Blevins,” Susan Howard Blevins, SHBlev@cs.com, 17 Aug 2000.
704. “headstone pix,” Susan Howard Blevins, shblev@charter.net, 21 April 2003.
705. “Marriage Record,” Office of Register of Deeds, Yancey Co., NC, Vol. No. 2, Page 20.
706. Rootsweb, “Pictures and history of David Gouge and wife Sarah Campbell,” 2 Nov 2001, http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.gouge/69/mb.ashx, Tracy Estepp, Lizbeth6302@msn.com.
707. “Robert Gouge, son of Thomas and Sarah Gouge...,” Christopher Freeman, cdwf@aol.com, 20 Jan 2002.
708. “Re: Descendants of Rice Bird Berry,” Gregory Scott McReynolds, quillcottage@earthlink.net, 20 April 2003.
709. “John Moses Berry,” Margaret Alley, malley1@earthlink.net, Feb. 2, 2005.
710. “NatGouge.GED,” 16 July 2001, Bev Johnson, BeevieJane@aol.com.
711. “1880 Census,” Hollow Poplar, Mitchell Co., North Carolina, Family History Library Film 1254973 NA Film Number T9-0973 Page Number 97C, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Nathaniel GOUGE Self M Male W 27 TN Farmer NC NC
Jane GOUGE Wife M Female W 31 NC Keep House NC NC
William GOUGE Son S Male W 9 NC TN NC
Nervy GOUGE Dau S Female W 7 NC TN NC
Heny GOUGE Son S Male W 6 NC TN NC
Gibbs GOUGE Son S Male W 4 NC TN NC
Garret GOUGE Son S Male W 2 NC TN NC
Savyan GOUGE Dau S Female W 10M NC TN NC
712. “1900 Mitchell Co., NC Census,” Hollow Poplar, E.D. 97, sheet 4, June 14, 1900.
Family #68
GOUGE:
Nathaniel H May 1849 51 m. 30 Farmer
Nancy W Dec 1857 42 m.30 4 child., 4 living
David S Mar 1882 18 Farm laborer
Polly D Apr 1892 8
Canza D Jul 1895 4
Jesse S Jul 1897 2
713. “Mitchell Co., NC Record of Deaths.” Book 1, Page 156.
714. “Descendants of Hugh Campbell Berry,” 16 July 2001, Edith Page, page1@bendnet.com.
715. “1880 Census,” 5th Dist., Fresno Co., California, Family History Library Film 1254065 NA Film Number T9-0065 Page Number 218A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
William J. BERRY Self M Male W 39 MO Farmer VA NC
Anna M. BERRY Wife M Female W 42 WI Keeping House PA TN
Hugh F. BERRY Son S Male W 16 CA At Home MO WI
Clarence J. BERRY Son S Male W 13 CA At Home MO WI
Henry W. BERRY Son S Male W 10 CA At Home MO WI
Cora B. BERRY Dau S Female W 8 CA MO WI
Fred BERRY Son S Male W 6 CA MO WI
Vida BERRY Dau S Female W 2 CA MO WI
716. “Re: Genealogy,” Daniel C. Robirds, DanRobirds@aol.com, June 2, 2006.
717. “Berry Family,” Mary Ann Berry Larson, mlarson1@kc.rr.com, 11 Feb 2001.
718. Gouge Family Genealogy Forum, “Re: Edmund Gouge,” message ##274 & 276, 13 Jan 2002, Ruth Gouge Powell, ontime2041@aol.com, GenForum, http://genforum.genealogy.com.
719. “CECIL W STREET,” Kaye St. John, kayestjohn-h@mindspring.com, 10 & 13 May 2004.
720. “Nerva Hileman Blevins or Minerva,” Beverly Ann (Clark) Kidwell, BevDell@aol.com, 5 Dec 2001.
721. “Re: John A. Hunt,” email message, William A. Hunt, wahunt@direcway.com, 18 Feb 2001.
722. “Descendants of Andrew Hampton,” http://buloandsusiebriggs.homestead.com/files/descendants_of_andrew_hampton.doc., Robert Carmody, November 7, 2005.
723. “1870 Federal Census,” Dist #11, photocopy of census notes, JLB, p. 7, dwelling 42.
724. “Last Will and Testament of Hugh Campbell,” Augusta Co., VA Will Book 5, Page 342,, Dated 19 March 1771; Proved 22 Mar 1775, ftp://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/va/augusta/wills/w-cam01.txt.

In the name of God amen I Hugh Campbell of Augusta County and Collony of Virginia being
weak in Body but of sound mind and Memory Blessed be God do this 19th of March in the
Year of our lord God one thousand seven hundred and seventy one make & Publish this my last will and Testament in Manner following that is to say first of all I do give and
Recommend my soul to God who gave it and my Body to be buried in a decent Manner and
Secondly I do order that all my lawful debts shall be honestly Paid and thirdly I do leave and bequeath unto my loving Wife Esther Campbell the full Privilege and use of the third of my Dwell house and likewise one third of my Personall Estate and likewise one third of my Real Estate during her life and the other two Parts of my Moveables to be Equally divided amongst my my three sons & two daughters Viz, William, Hugh & Charles &
Esther & Martha and also I do allow my lands to be equally divided by lot Quantity and
Quality Considered amongst my three sons whose names are above Written and also I give and Bequeath to my son Robert Sixteen pounds of Virginia Currency to be Paid to him off my Estate at the Expiration of two years from this date and I make and Ordain John MaGill and my son William Campbell whole & sole Executors of this my last Will and Testament in Trust for the Intents and Purposes this my will Contained In Witness whereof I the above said Hugh Campbell have to this my last Will and Testament set my hand and Seal the day and year above Written
Signed Sealed & Delivered
in the Presence of us
Andrew Scott Hugh Campbell
Robert Fowler
John Davis

17 Jan. 1775 Augusta County Will Book 5, page 344
At a Court held for Augusta County
This last Will and Testament of Hugh Campbell decd. was Proved by the Oath of John Davis one of the Witnesses thereto and Robert Fowler another of the Witnesses thereunto being very sick. It is ordered that a dedimus You to take his deposition and on the attition (?) of William Campbell one of the Executors therein named who made oath Recording to law Certificate is granted him for obtaining approval thereof in due form he haveing with Securitys entered into and Acknowledged there Bond according to law.

18 January 1775 Augusta County Will Book 5, page 343
George the third by the grace of God of Great Britain and France and Ireland king
defender of the faith. To Daniel Smith & Abraham Smith Gentlemen Greeting know ye that we trusting to your fedelity and Provident Circumspection in diligently Eoamining (?) Robert Fowler Witness to the writing ___ ___ Command you ___ two of you that at such ___ day and Places as you shall Appoint you Assemble yourselves and the Witness aforesaid before you ___ two of you fall & Cause to some and diligently ___ on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God who there he did see Hugh Campbell late of Augusta County decd. sign seal and Publish this Writing as his last will and Testament and if he saw him do the same whether the said Hugh Campbell was of Perfect since & Memory or not when he did this same and his ___ distincly (?) and openly without delay you shall send and Certify Inclosed ___ also this Writ together with the said Writing ___ Witness John Madison Clerk of said Court this 18th day of January 1775 and in the 15th Year of our Reign John Madison

18 Jan. 1775 Augusta County Will Book 5, page 316
Know all men by these Presents that we William Campbell Daniel Smith and John Davis are held firmly bound to Abraham Smith Felix Gilbert George Mathews & John Hays Gentlemen Justices of the Court of Augusta County now Sitting in the sum of one thousand Pounds to the payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Justices & their ___ we bind ourselves and each of us our and each of four ___ in Executor and Administer Jointly and Severally firmly

6 Feb. 1775 Augusta County Will Book 5, page 343
Agreeable to the with in ___ we the Subscribers have Proceded as followeth on the ___ of the within Mentioned Robert Fowler first being sworn on the holy evangelist of Almighty God deporeth (?) and Smith that hither Robert Fowler did see the with in mentioned Hugh Campbell Pronounce seal & sign this will document ___ he is a Witness and that this Hugh Campbell was in his Perfect Sences Sworn before us this 6th day of February 1775
Daniel Smith his mark
Abrm Smith Robert Fowler mark

21 March 1775 Augusta County Will Book 5, page 344
At a court Continued and held for Augusta County
Know all men by these Presents that we John Magill Abraham Smith and Samuel Gibson are held & firmly to Daniel Smith Michael Bowyer Elijah McClenachan & John Gibson Gentlemen Justices of the Court of Augusta County now sitting in the sum of one thousand Pounds to the Payment whereof well and burly (?) to be made to the said Justices & their Sueaport (?) we bind ourselves and each of us owe ___ of pur heirs Executor and Administrators Jointly and Severally firmly by these Presents Sealed with our seals this XXIst day of March in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and Seventy five and in the fifteenth year of the Reign of our Soverign Lord George III
725. “Conover Family Genealogy,” David Kipp Conover, http://www.conovergenealogy.com/, 1 May 2000.
726. Walnut Grove Cemetery, Locust and Eleventh streets in Boonville, Cooper Co., MO, http://www.rootsweb.com/~mocooper/Cemeteries/WALNUT_GROVE_CEMETERY.htm.
727. “1880 Census,” Clarks Fork, Cooper Co., Missouri, Family History Library Film 1254683 NA Film Number T9-0683 Page Number 333C, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
728. McCulloch Cemetery, Clark's Fork Township, Cooper County, Missouri; west of Prairie Home, http://www.rootsweb.com/~mocooper/Cemeteries/MCCULLOCH_CEMETERY.htm, Side notation has body moved to Walnut Grove Cemetery.
Road Directions: At intersection of I-70 and Route "B" (immediately south of I-70) turn off to Rt. "B" onto Rt. "U"; follow Route "U" south an east about nine to ten miles; where Rt. "U" turns sharply to east; then to south in a short distance. This cemetery is just off Rt. "U" on the Warren Brandes Farm.
729. “1890 Census of Civil War Veterens,” Cooper Co., MO, http://www.rootsweb.com/~mocooper/Census/1890_Cooper_Census.html.
730. Ellen Gouge Upton Obituary, Greenville News, Greenville, SC, Feb. 16, 1946.
"Mrs. Ellen Gouge Epton "
Greenville, Feb. 16 - Mrs. Ellen Gouge Upton, 83 died last night at 12 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. B.T. Bowie, at 100 Donny Brook Ave, Sans Souci, following three years of declining health, and a serious illness of two months.
Mrs. Upton was the widow of the late Dr. R.S. Upton and was born and reared in NC. She had formely made her home in Spartanburg and Greer. She was the daughter of the late Lucy Gouge and Elizabeth Burleson Gouge and was a member of the Cub Creek Baptist Church at Bakersville, NC.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. B.T. Bowie and Mrs. Maude Guest of Paris; three sons, Theodore Upton of Shelby, Lucy Upton of Greer and Fulton Upton of Charlotte; one brother, Willie Gouge of Bakersville, NC; three sisters, Mrs. Hattie Gage and Mrs. Lissie Burleson both of Bakersville, and Mrs. Silas Johnson of Rutherfordton, NC; also 44 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren.
Furneral services will be held on Thursday afteroon at 2:30 o'clock at the Wood mortuary in Greer, conducted by the Rev. Walter Harrison, assisted by the Rev. Paul Kinnett. Interment will be in Graceland cemetery.
The following grandsons will serve as active pallbearers: Fred, R.T., George and Monroe Upton, and Ernest and Clyde Guest.
Pending the hour of the funeral the body will remain at the Wood mortuary in Greer.
731. “Re: Romulus S Upton married to Mary Ellen Gouge,” Linda Chadwick, lindachadwick@mindspring.com, 29 Aug 2001.
732. “Re: www.ancestry.com, Sylvester Calvin Webb is my great-grandfather,” Paul T Barton, idezilla@yahoo.com, 4 Aug 2003.
733. “Debbie (Yelton) Puschkar,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I4149, Debbie (Yelton) Puschkar, DKAR90@sbcglobal.net, 6 May 2005.
734. “william c p scott,” Deborah Flynn-Guinther, rdguinther3@canby.com, 18 Jan 2004.
735. “1880 Census,” Highland, Clackamas Co., Oregon, Family History Library Film 1255080 NA Film Number T9-1080 Page Number 239B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
William P. SCOTT Self M Male W 46 MO Farmer KY MO
Margret A. SCOTT Wife M Female W 36 IA Keeping House MD KY
Malinda P. SCOTT Dau S Female W 18 OR MO IA
Ruhamah I. SCOTT Dau S Female W 15 OR MO IA
Vilathe A. SCOTT Dau S Female W 13 OR At School MO IA
Thomis E. SCOTT Son S Male W 11 OR At School MO IA
Ida L. SCOTT Dau S Female W 3 OR At Home MO IA
Arthar L. SCOTT Son S Male W 1 OR At Home MO IA
736. Rita K. Cobb Balch, ritakay@hotmail.com, 28 Sep 2003, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I28915.
737. “Re: WorldConnect: Post-em posted,” Frank McClelland, fmcclell@iland.ne, 7 Feb 2003.
738. “Re: Martha Haley Berry,” Traci Tice McCullough, spaci@pacbell.net, 17 Aug 2000.
739. “Re: Berry List,” Katherine Berry Kilmanis, kathygor@home.com, 25 Apr 2000.
740. “Kathy,” Gordon Kilmanis, kathygor@comcast.net, 11 Aug 2010.
741. “Fox Valley Cemetery, Linn Co., Oregon,” http://linnhistory.peak.org/cems/foxvalley.html, http://www.usgennet.org/usa/or/town/lebanon/cems/foxvalley.html, Cathy Morgan, icmorgan@worldnet.att.net.
742. Fox Valley Cemetery, Linn Co., Oregon, Sept. 30, 2008, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~langolier/fox.html.
743. GEORGE-D Digest V03 #23, [GEORGE] Nicholas George line, 14 Apr 2003, Barbara Denny George, bdgeorge@ktc.com.
744. “U.S. Census,” Washington County, VA, 1850.
745. “128,000 decendants of Royalty ..,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=REG&db=justrob&id=I108347, Rob Salzman, genealogy@e-familytree.net, updated 2 July 2001.
746. Washington County, VA, Re: Mock family..need help w/my brick wall?, dondra123@aol.com, 26 Feb 2001.
747. “Re: Genealogy,” Ivan Wayne Powell, R17172206@aol.com, 22 Spr 2002.
748. “tape.ged,” 2 Jun 2001, Dwan Dawnson Tape, dwan@motherstuff.com.
749. Gravestone Photo, Livonia Cemetery, Livonia, Washington Co., Indiana, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/livonia.html.
750. “1860 US Census,” Indiana, Posey Co., Smith Twp., enumerated June 28, 1860, Heritage Quest Online, Series: M653 Roll: 290 Page: 614, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/.
745 649 Albert G Nesbit 39 M farmer Indiana
Dakes S 44 M Indiana
Joseph M 19 F Indiana
Matilda 14 M Indiana
Louisa C 9 F Indiana
Mary S 7 F Indiana
746 Jas Nesbit 74 M Kentucky
Hannah 73 F Kentucky
752. “1880 Census,” District 2, Johnson Co., Tennessee, Family History Library Film 1255265 NA Film Number T9-1265 Page Number 16D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
753. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 19 Jan 2000.
754. “1880 United States Federal Census,” Hawkins Co., Tennessee, enumerated June - , 1880, Ancestry.com, HeritageQuest Online.
755. “1870 United States Federal Census,” Hawkins Co., Tennessee, enumerated Jul. - Aug., 1870, HeritageQuest Online, Ancestry.com.
756. “Register of Births & Deaths 1853-1859 & 1871-1892,” Book, Washington Co., VA Clerk’s Office, Abingdon, Washington Co., VA, 14 Apr 2000, p. 15, l. 6.
757. “Abby Cady Allen,” Faith Woodward Eckler, Wordways@aol.com, 17 Apr 2000.
758. “(no subject),” Faith Woodward Eckler, Wordways@aol.com, 2 Oct 2000.
759. “1300 Missing Marriage Records from newspapers - 1812-1853,” Geo. F. and Maryhelen L. Wilson, St. Louis Public Library, R929.3/T447, ‘Missouri Intelligencer’.
760. “family info,” Chris Stevens, stevens@zipmail.com, 22 Jan 2002.
761. “- HERRICK-BECKS CREEK- VEST -BECK- GUINN-DOWELL - TATE -,” Candy Hill, http://www.tribalpages.com/tribes/v5657, 28 June 2003.
762. “McFarland Genealogy,” Cheryl Plank, caplank@bardstown.com, 23 April 2002.
763. “Re: WorldConnect: Post-em posted,” Shelley Broyles, LateyGenealogy@aol.com, 8 Sept 2004.
764. “Biography of Mrs. Nancy Eveline Love,” March 12, 1896, T.S. Love, Robert J. Stuart, MD, Arlington, Texas.
Biography of Mrs. Nancy Eveline Love
by
T. S. Love, her husband

Nancy Eveline McFarland Love was born in St. Francis Co. Mo. on the 27th day
of March 1836. Her Father was Reuben Henderson McFarland and her mother was
Martha Benton. They were married in Osage Co. Mo., in the year 1835. Her Grandfather was Reuben McFarland and her Grandmother was Martha Campbell moved from North Carolina to Missouri in l8l3. Missouri was then a Territory. They settled on a farm where all their children were born and raised and where the subject of this sketch was born, raised and
married. The Grandfather and Grandmother of our subject was John Benton, first cousin to Hon. Thomas Hart Benton, 20 or 30 years in the U. S. Senate from Mo., and Nancy Sherrill. They moved from Tennessee about 1824.

Mrs. Love's Mother was an only child of her parents, Nancy and John Benton. He was drowned in a mill pond when Martha, his only child was an infant. Mrs. Love was named for her Grandmother on her mother's side and also for an Aunt, Nancy Eveline McFarland, who married Mahlon Hughes and is yet living, March 12, 1896 near Irondale, Mo., she is almost 80 years."

Our subject was the first of five children of her mother, one brother and four sisters. Her brother's name is John Frank Mcfarland. Her sisters's names are Margaret Ann Keith, Mary Elizabeth Fuller, and Martha Ellen Norvine. The last name of each being their husband's surname. The Father of our subject married a second time, and there born unto him, after this marriage two sons and two daughters, William, Robert, Sally and Emma.

Our subject never had the advantage of a select or high school, but obtained a far better English education at the country school in her immediate neighborhood. Her mother died when she was eleven years old. That sad event left her as the oldest child in a pitiable and responsible condition - a motherless girl , on whom her father and little brother and sisters depended much as the leader in household affairs.

In due course after the death of her mother her father married a woman who had two boys John and Charlie Pettit, that made the matters still more complicated and embarrasing to our subject. The family in a short time was increased again by four children born from this marriage. At one time there were in her family, white and black, twenty-one consisting of four different sets of children."

My wife's father made the same mistake that my father made, by marrying a second time when there were already those in the family who could look alter domestic affairs. Under the condition existing our subject was raised up under peculiarly unfavorable circumstances. Her father was a good natured industrious and kind hearted man. Her mother was said to be a noble Christian woman. After her death in 1845 the home of our subject was never a happy one.

When our subject was 18 years old she went to her Grandmother Orme's and lived about one year. Her Grandmother Benton had married Nathan Orme and they lived near Linn, Osage Co. Mo. There was no Railroad between St. Louis and Jefferson City, Mo., and the stage coach did a good business. Mr. Orme lived on the stage coach route and kept what was known as a stand or a station, where the stage stopped overnight. That made it quite a public eating and lodgeing place for traveling guest. Here our subject enjoyed one of the happiest years of her life.

In the early summer of 1856 the writer and our subject first met a Old Shiloh Church near her Father's home 8 miles south of Farmington, Mo. On the 5th day of February 1857 we were united in marriage at her Fathers home by Rev. James Kinkead, then of Farmington.

Since her marriage, the life of our subject has been parallel with that of the writer, whose Autobiography is herein written. While he has been more public, hers has all the time been that of a faithful wife and mother in caring and looking after her home interests.




Biography of Mrs. Nancy Eveline Love

by

T. S. Love, her husband


Nancy Eveline McFarland Love was born in St. Francis Co. Mo. on the 27th day
of March 1836. Her Father was Reuben Henderson McFarland and her mother was
Martha Benton. They were married in Osage Co. Mo., in the year 1835. Her Grandfather was Reuben McFarland and her Grandmother was Martha Campbell moved from North Carolina to Missouri in l8l3. Missouri was then a Territory. They settled on a farm where all their children were born and raised and where the subject of this sketch was born, raised and
married. The Grandfather and Grandmother of our subject was John Benton, first cousin to Hon. Thomas Hart Benton, 20 or 30 years in the U. S. Senate from Mo., and Nancy Sherrill. They moved from Tennessee about 1824.

Mrs. Love's Mother was an only child of her parents, Nancy and John Benton. He was drowned in a mill pond when Martha, his only child was an infant. Mrs. Love was named for her Grandmother on her mother's side and also for an Aunt, Nancy Eveline McFarland, who married Mahlon Hughes and is yet living, March 12, 1896 near Irondale, Mo., she is almost 80 years."

Our subject was the first of five children of her mother, one brother and four sisters. Her brother's name is John Frank Mcfarland. Her sisters's names are Margaret Ann Keith, Mary Elizabeth Fuller, and Martha Ellen Norvine. The last name of each being their husband's surname. The Father of our subject married a second time, and there born unto him, after this marriage two sons and two daughters, William, Robert, Sally and Emma.

Our subject never had the advantage of a select or high school, but obtained a far better English education at the country school in her immediate neighborhood. Her mother died when she was eleven years old. That sad event left her as the oldest child in a pitiable and responsible condition - a motherless girl , on whom her father and little brother and sisters depended much as the leader in household affairs.

In due course after the death of her mother her father married a woman who had two boys John and Charlie Pettit, that made the matters still more complicated and embarrasing to our subject. The family in a short time was increased again by four children born from this marriage. At one time there were in her family, white and black, twenty-one consisting of four different sets of children."

My wife's father made the same mistake that my father made, by marrying a second time when there were already those in the family who could look alter domestic affairs. Under the condition existing our subject was raised up under peculiarly unfavorable circumstances. Her father was a good natured industrious and kind hearted man. Her mother was said to be a noble Christian woman. After her death in 1845 the home of our subject was never a happy one.

When our subject was 18 years old she went to her Grandmother Orme's and lived about one year. Her Grandmother Benton had married Nathan Orme and they lived near Linn, Osage Co. Mo. There was no Railroad between St. Louis and Jefferson City, Mo., and the stage coach did a good business. Mr. Orme lived on the stage coach route and kept what was known as a stand or a station, where the stage stopped overnight. That made it quite a public eating and lodgeing place for traveling guest. Here our subject enjoyed one of the happiest years of her life.

In the early summer of 1856 the writer and our subject first met a Old Shiloh Church near her Father's home 8 miles south of Farmington, Mo. On the 5th day of February 1857 we were united in marriage at her Fathers home by Rev. James Kinkead, then of Farmington.

Since her marriage, the life of our subject has been parallel with that of the writer, whose Autobiography is herein written. While he has been more public, hers has all the time been that of a faithful wife and mother in caring and looking after her home interests.
765. “Mark Murphy’s Web Genealogy,” Mark Alan Murphy, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~freshnup/markmurph/, 15 July 2002.
766. “Re: Bell and Scott lines,” Eva W. Myer, emyer@cox.net, Mar 12, 2010.
767. letter, 7 Jan 2002, “miscellaneous pages,” William Hawks, OspreyWmHawks@aol.com.
768. “Gregory Kent Laughlin's Website,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0018/F3269.html#I08668, DAR Patriot Index Centennial Edition , AUTHOR: National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution , PUBLICATION: 1994, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution PAG, E: 890.
769. “Gregory Kent Laughlin's Website,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0018/F3269.html#I08668, Hanover, York County, Pennsylvannia per duncan.ged.
771. “Samuel Hervy Laughlin Diary,” Samuel Hervey Laughlin, http://home.att.net/~jlp1/reports/shlaughlindiary.htm, 1845, Sections two and eight.
772. “Samuel Hervy Laughlin Diary,” Samuel Hervey Laughlin, http://home.att.net/~jlp1/reports/shlaughlindiary.htm, 1845, Section eight.
773. “Samuel Hervy Laughlin Diary,” Samuel Hervey Laughlin, http://home.att.net/~jlp1/reports/shlaughlindiary.htm, 1845.
774. “1860 Federal Census,” Kentucky, Whitley Co., Rockholds P O, Series: M653 Roll: 400 Page: 742, enumerated July 18, 1860, Heritage Quest Online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/.
838 773 Isaac King 84 M farm TN
Jane “ 70 F VA
Edward “ 25 M “ KY
Susanah Sullivan 15 F MO
Joseph Sullivan 13 M MO
Wm Sullivan 7 M MO
839 777 Wm T. King 35 M farm KY
Virginia C. “ 24 F KY
Edward L. “ 3 M KY
Sarah J. “ 1 F KY
Margaret E. “ 3/12 F KY
775. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 2H7F-BB.
776. “1860 Federal Census,” Kentucky, Whitley Co., Rockholds P O, Series: M653 Roll: 400 Page: 742, enumerated July 18, 1860, Heritage Quest Online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ky/whitley/census/1860/0712.gif.
838 773 Isaac King 84 M farm TN
Jane “ 70 F VA
Edward “ 25 M “ KY
Susanah Sullivan 15 F MO
Joseph Sullivan 13 M MO
Wm Sullivan 7 M MO
839 777 Wm T. King 35 M farm KY
Virginia C. “ 24 F KY
Edward L. “ 3 M KY
Sarah J. “ 1 F KY
Margaret E. “ 3/12 F KY
777. “BenePemberton.ged,” 26 Dec 2001, Mike Benefield, mbenefield@centurytel.net.
778. New Bethel Cemetery, Sullivan Co., TN, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/new_bethel.html, 29 Apr 2001.
779. Gravestone Photo, New Bethel Church Cemetery, Piney Flats, Sullivan Co., TN, 29 April 2001.
780. TnGenWeb Project, “Benjamin Sharp at the Battle of King's Mountain Oct 1780,” http://www.tngenweb.org/revwar/kingsmountain/sharp.html.
781. “1880 Census,” Locust Dale, Madison Co., Virginia, Family History Library Film 1255377 NA Film Number T9-1377 Page Number 450B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
William A. BATES Self M Male W 45 VA Laborer VA VA
Martha BATES Wife M Female W 35 VA Keeping House VA VA
Simeon P. BATES Son S Male W 22 VA Carpenter VA VA
John W. BATES Son S Male W 19 VA Laborer VA VA
Edward BATES Son S Male W 7 VA VA VA
Blakey BATES Son S Male W 5 VA VA VA
Wade H. BATES Son S Male W 3 VA VA VA
Louisa WALKER Other S Female B 18 VA Servant VA VA
783. “Andrew P. Thomas' Families of Washington and Smyth Co, VA,” http://claynet.com/athomas/, http://claynet.com/athomas/sharp/i0017149.htm#i17149.
784. “Gregory Kent Laughlin's Website,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0018/F3269.html#I08668, gives date as 8 Feb 1790 based on, duncan.ged AUTHOR: Scott Leonard Olson , PUBLICATION: Received via electronic mail on November 5, 1997 .
787. “Gregory Kent Laughlin's Website,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0018/F3269.html#I08668, duncan.ged , AUTHOR: Scott Leonard Olson , PUBLICATION: Received via electronic mail on November 5, 1997 .
788. “Gregory Kent Laughlin's Website,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0018/F3269.html#I08668, duncan.ged , AUTHOR: Scott Leonard Olson , PUBLICATION: Received via electronic mail on November 5, 1997 , gives date as June 12, 1818.
789. “Ancestors of Mary Ruth Bates,” http://www.flash.net/~philbob/gene_htm/bates.htm, 13 sep 2002.
792. “Searchable marriage records,” Rootsweb, http://userdb.rootsweb.com/marriages/.
793. “1880 Census,” Granbury, Hood Co., Texas, Family History Library Film 1255311 NA Film Number T9-1311 Page Number 6C, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Jno. L. A. BERRY Self M Male W 56 VA Farmer VA VA
Margret E. BERRY Wife M Female W 34 GA Housekeeping GA GA
Jno. H. BERRY Son S Male W 22 TX At School --- ---
Mollie F. BERRY Dau S Female W 13 TX At School --- ---
Alen A. BERRY Dau S Female W 9 TX At School --- ---
Pat H. BERRY Son S Male W 7 TX At School --- ---
Maggie I. BERRY Dau S Female W 4 TX --- ---
Jno. T. GERMANY SSon S Male W 22 TX At School --- ---
Hilliard GERMANY SSon S Male W 17 TX At School --- ---
794. “Data for your database,” K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com, 4/19/04.
795. “Information (Collins),” Roberta Carns McReynolds, fmcreynolds@sbcglobal.net, 2 Jan 2002 & 20 Apr 2006.
796. Long Cemetery, Dade Co., MO, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/long_cemetery.html, courtesy Roberta Carns McReynolds.
797. “1880 Census,” Morgan, Dade Co., Missouri, Family History Library Film 1254684 NA Film Number T9-0684 Page Number 247C, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Nathan W. COLLINS Self M Male W 46 VA Farmer VA VA
Margret J. COLLINS Wife M Female W 55 VA Keeps House TN VA
Rebecka D. COLLINS Dau S Female W 20 VA VA VA
David A. COLLINS Son S Male W 19 VA VA VA
Rachell COLLINS Dau S Female W 17 VA VA VA
Emiline E. COLLINS Dau S Female W 15 VA VA VA
Harriet COLLINS Dau S Female W 12 VA VA VA
798. GenCircle Message, “Margaret Jane Berry,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/langolier/1/data/4918.html, Joyce Morgan, jcenglish@fcbl.net, 15 Dec 2001.
799. “Widow's Application for a Pension,” 42253, Flora D. Berry, Mineral Wells, Palo Pinto Co., Texas, June 20, 1926, Texas State Archives.
800. “Soldier's Application for a Pension,” 37370, H. M. M. Berry, Mineral Wells, Palo Pinto Co., Texas, April 5, 1921, Texas State Archives.
801. “Descendants of Andrew Smyth,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~nceurich/DescendantsofAndrewSmythe.html, Nancy Curtis Eurich, nceurich@comcast.net, Aug. 13, 2007.
802. “Apperson Family in America,” Vera Apperson English, self-published, 1977, courtesy Rowan Fairgrove, RowanF@conjure.com, p. 270.
803. “Short Notes on Aley Caroline Johnson,” Nettie Grimes, ngrimes@fidnet.com, 1 May 2003.
804. “Pleasant Green Methodist Cemetery,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~mocooper/Cemeteries/PLEASANT_GREEN_METHODIST_CEMETERY.htm, September 24, 2000.
805. “The History of the Scott family and their connections as nears as I can get them at this date July 26, 1892,” July 28, 1892, William H. Scott.
The History of the Scott family and their connections as nears as I can get them at this date July 26, 1892---Wm H. Scott.

Wm Scott the Ancestor was born in Scotland about the year 1710. About the year 1730 he came to Ireland and married Miss Margaret Calhoon in 1732 who was born in Ireland. About the year 1734 they sailed for America with one son, Francis, a pair of twins were born on the sea, a boy and a girl. The girl died, the boy was named Patrick.
They settled in Pennsylvania somewhere near the Susquehanna River. Their third son, was Wm born about 1738. Their 4th son was James born 1741. Their 5th son was Robert, born 1744, he was dumb deaf. He worked at shoe making. He was on a journey going from Pigeon Creek to Montours Run in Washington county, PA about 1807 when he stopped at a widow woman's house, made signs that he was cold and hungry. He took a seat by the fire while she went to get him a lunch, when she returned he was sitting as if asleep, but it was the sleep of death, aged 63. The 6th son was Adam, born in the year 1746. He went to South Carolina about the year 1782. About the year 1747, Wm Scott, the Ancestor, in company with another man and his wife, were crossing the Susquehanna River in a skiff or small ferry boat or canoe, a blinding snow storm wind and height water obliged them to land on a large rock in the middle of the river. Night came on and all three perished and were covered with ice in the morning and the rock was called Scott's rock for many years. Their oldest son, Francis was killed by the Indians while in his 22nd year. Patrick, the 2nd son of Wm, the Ancestor, born on the year 1734 married first Littice Denny. She died about the year 1785. Second he married Martha Cotton who died in 1829. He died Feb 19, 1820 aged 88. He came to western Pennsylvania in 1772 and settled on Pigeon Creek in Washington Co., PA and was one of three Elders at the first meeting of Red Stone Presbytery. He served as a ruling Elder in the Presbyterian church for 40 years. They left one son and three daughters. Wm., the third son of Wm., the Ancestor served as a Associated Judge of the Court of Common Pleas for forty-five years. His wife's name was Mary Adlin. James Scott, the fourth son of Wm., the Ancestor, born in 1741. Served eleven years in the English Army against the French. Captain Scott was at the battle of Quebeck (sic) where General Wolf gained the battle, but lost his life. After his discharge from the English Army about the year 1769 he married Miss Margaret Power. She died leaving him with three children, then in 1778 he married for his second wife Miss Rachel, daughter of Arthur Forbes and Katharine McDowel, his wife who were born in Ireland. The children of James Scott and Rachel Forbes (my grandfather and grandmother) were first Hugh, married Sarah Roland (Rowland), second Adam married Sarah Larimore, third Francis Scott married Elisabeth Axtell, fourth John married Hannah Moore, fifth Arthur married Mary Morrison. Francis, the third son of James Scott and Rachel Forbes, his wife was born Aug 9th, 1782 on Montours Run, Washington Co., PA. He came across the Ohio River in 1789 with his father's family and they settled in Serwickly bottom about eighteen miles below Pittsburgh. After five years they moved up the Little Sewickley where they lived several years then in 1800 my father Francis Scott went out to Franklin, Venango Co., where he worked on a sawmill at the place where the town of Utica now is. Some time after his father's family all moved out there and settled somewhere between Franklin and Utica, on the west side of French creek, where they staid until March 1809 when they all went back to the Sewickley hills, except father who had strayed off up into Mercer Co., where he had courted and gained the love and confidence and married one of the best girls that ever lived, a daughter of Daniel Axtell and Ruth Tuttle, his wife. They were married August 15, 1805 (he was 23 years and 6 days old and she was 16 years and 2 days old) by the Rev Samuel Tait at her fathers home known afterwards as the old Robb place. 3 miles east of Sheakleyville.
They first settled down on the west side of French Creek below Utica where they lived 2 or 3 years and about that time I think they united with the Presbyterian Church at a place called lower Sandy. After that father bought fifty acres of Uncle Robb about one mile west of where New Lebanon now is, and moved to it Mar 11, 1809 and sister Rachel was born on the 13th and on the 15th they had a big snowstorm. The house was new hewed log house, chinked but not daubed with mortar, chimney part built, doorplace cut out and a cloth hung in it and a window the same and enough floor to set the bed on. I don't know that Grandfather, James Scott, ever did any regular service in the War of the Revolution. He lived on the frontier and perhaps was enrolled as one of the minit men liable to be called on at any time. In the year 1812, difficulties arose between Great Britain and the United States about free trade and sailors rights and on the 18th of June war was declared which caused great excitement through out all of the country. One morning about 3 o'clock there came a man to my father's door calling out hellow Scott up up no time to sleep now, the British and Indians have landed at Erie, burnt the town and are coming on killing and scalping all before them. Father jumped out of bed dressed himself, put on his shoes (boots were not the fashion), took down his gun and was about ready do go when mother said daddy stop and have some breakfast before you go. So then he put up his gun and made a fire. After they got breakfast they took their 3 children and went up to Grandfather Axtell's. By that time the word was that the British has not landed, but has been seen and they were affraid they would land. So in the afternoon, some fifteen or twenty men had collected and they started and went as far as Meadville and they possession of a barroom for the night where they spread their blankets and lay down to rest, but one Caleb Ball, who probably had been imbibing pretty freely and thought he was stout enough to whip the crowd threw himself down across the men's feet and commenced rolling himself until he went over their heads. After he had done that a few times, father spoke and said I can't stand that and sprang to his feet, so did every man in the room and formed a circle round the room and the two men stood facing each other. Now father was not a fighting man, had never fought a fisty cuff battle in his life, but claimed that no one could beat him in a rough and tumble scuffle. He was 30 years old, stood 6 ft and one inch in his stockings. His weight was about 170 lbs. He was mad and he grited his teeth and the two men started and met in the middle of the room. Father dodged Ball's fists and seized Balls legs and threw him over his shoulder and Ball fell his full length on the floor, but sprang to his feet and the two stood facing each other. Again and again they met and went through the same jimnastic performance. Ball sprang to his feet again and says you can't do that again, but he did and the 3rd time he fell in such away that it stunned him and he stretched himself like a bullock knocked in the head. Ball told some one afterwards that he had fought many a fist fight, but never was so abused as he was that time. That I believe was the only battle my father was ever in and you see he came off without a scratch. But shortly after that there was a call of volunteers to fill a draft to go out west and father volunteered to go under Capt. John Junkin and Major David Nelson. They left Mercer the 1st day of Oct 1812. From there they went to Logstown bottom, some 20 miles down the river from Pittsburgh. After 2 or 3 weeks waiting for supplies then went on to Upper Sandusky and sometime in Feb 1813 they got to fortmys. Their time, 6 months for which they had volunteered was up the 1st of April and father and others, 15 or 20, volunteered to stay 15 days longer. On the evening of the 15th of April 1813 they got canoes and started down the Maumee River and down the Lake Shore it being full moon, they paddled on all night and all the next day and night and so on to the evening of the third day when there was an appearance of a storm coming and they were coming to deep water and a rocky shore. So they landed, but could find no dry ground to camp on so they had to stay in the swamp that night. Father stood by a tree and held his flintlock under his arm and at day break they heard a cowbell and found they were within 80 rods of dry ground and where a family was living. So they went to the house, got on a 10 gallon kettle, got some corn meal and made a kettle full of mush, the cows were milled and the soldiers had a feast of mush and milk. Father got home (or to Grandfather Axtell's where mother and her 3 children had been staying while he was gone) on Sunday, the 2nd day of May 1813 after 7 months and 2 days. Now that is all that I can tell you about my Grandfather or my fathers service in the wars of our country. In 1844 or 45, I think he made application to the Penn Legislature for a pension and I suppose his name and his discharge from the service and evidence of his infirmities are on file there at Harrisburgh. But you wanted to know if your grandfathers name could be found on record in Washington. Yes, you will find it in the Government Office, Warrant No 7538 for 80 acres of land in favor of Elizabeth Scott, widow of Francis Scott, Private in Captain Junkins Company Pennsylvania Militia, War of 1812, dated Nov 1st 1862, recorded Vol 502, page 25. Father had two sisters, Margaret and Katie. His youngest brother was Robert. Keep this-it is raining this afternoon, the weather has been splendid since the 4th we have got 30 loads of hay in stack. We are all well.
your loving uncle...
Wm. H. Scott July 28, 1892
806. Crown Cemetery, Sedalia, Pettis Co., MO, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/crownhill.html, courtesy Kris Elsberry.
807. “The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution,” Volume 83.
808. Genealogy Magazine, CS42.GF v 8, 1818-1919.
Adam Scott of Missouri

William Scott born in Scotland, fled to Ireland and then to America on account of religious persecution about 1750. He was accompanied by his wife, Margaret ('Peggy') Calhoun or Cahoon and several children among which were Robert, William, John (?James), Adam, and Patrick. Ruhannah Elizabeth died and was buried at sea. The family settled in Pennsylvania. The father William was later drowned while crossing a river and the lad Adam was apprenticed to a tailor to learn the trade. He enlisted in the Revolutionary War from Cumberland County, PA and served under Washington during the entire war, part of the time as Lieutenant. Family tradition has it that he spent the terrible winter at Valley Forge with Washington, crossing the Delaware with him and fighting in the battle of Brandywine and others of that period.
After the close of the war in 1786 Adam married Elizabeth Thornton. About this time he removed to Kentucky. Adam and Elizabeth lived in Barren County, Kentucky, for a time at least and went to Cooper County, Missouri, about 1819 with a large family of children and with them the Anderson family. The records at Washington show a cash grant of land to Adam Scott, March 20th, 1819 in Cooper County.
The son, James Scott, married Jane Anderson soon after their arrival from Kentucky. Both are buried in Cooper County. Adam Calhoun Scott born 1746 died 1831. Elizabeth Thornton Scott born 1761 died 1852.
809. Roy Edward Brown, Jr., D.C.FTW, “RootsWeb WorldConnect Project,” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=drbdc&id=I0551, 29 Apr 2000.
810. “Re: WorldConnect: Post-em posted,” Diane Erwin, erwin1@neto.com, 26 Feb 2004.
811. “1880 Census,” Precinct 7, Wise Co., Texas, Family History Library Film 1255333 NA Film Number T9-1333 Page Number 237A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Hiram F. ANDERSON Self M Male W 37 MO Farmer KY KY
Susan C. ANDERSON Wife M Female W 34 IL Keeping House OH OH
Josephine F. ANDERSON Dau S Female W 13 TX At School MO IL
Martha M. E. ANDERSON Dau S Female W 12 TX At School MO IL
Laura A. ANDERSON Dau S Female W 9 TX At School MO IL
Ellen Lee ANDERSON Dau S Female W 7 TX At School MO IL
John S. ANDERSON Son S Male W 6 TX MO IL
Hiram F. ANDERSON Son S Male W 4 TX MO IL
Emma C. ANDERSON Dau S Female W 2 TX MO IL
Rebecca J. ANDERSON Dau S Female W 7M TX MO IL
812. GenCircle site, “Bell Cadwell Ditzler Ross,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/agworld/2/data/1217, Nancy R., agworld@case-agworld.com.
813. “Perry Green Brock, grandson of Perry Green Brock,” Shelba Davis, shelbadavis@digitex.net, 30 Nov 2001.
814. GenCircle site, “My Family Tree V.3,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/sbeireis/, SBeireis, sbeireis@pcisys.net.
815. “Provential soldiers killed at Sideling Hill as listed on the monument at Fort McCord,” Maryland Gazette, April 26 1756.
816. “Re: Mary Scott,” Christine Long, kestrel@marion.net, 14 Nov 2001.
817. “Find A Grave,” http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gsr&GScid=1966390, Rebecca Nagle, rlnagle@comcast.net, 8 Jul 2003.
819. GenCircle Message, “3 Watkins girls M. 3 Graves brothers,” http://www.gencircles.com/messages/read/users/2736796/1/54, Rebecca Nagle, rlnagle@mindspring.com, 22 May 2002.
820. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 2K1Q-MM.
821. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 2H7H-88.
822. “1860 Federal Census,” Kentucky, Whitley Co., Rockholds P O, Series: M653 Roll: 400 Page: 742, enumerated July 18, 1860, Heritage Quest Online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ky/whitley/census/1860/0708.gif.
838 773 Isaac King 84 M farm TN
Jane “ 70 F VA
Edward “ 25 M “ KY
Susanah Sullivan 15 F MO
Joseph Sullivan 13 M MO
Wm Sullivan 7 M MO
839 777 Wm T. King 35 M farm KY
Virginia C. “ 24 F KY
Edward L. “ 3 M KY
Sarah J. “ 1 F KY
Margaret E. “ 3/12 F KY
823. “Smith Gedcom,” http://www.my-ged.com/db/page/smith5/.
824. “Re: Stephen Morgan Honeycutt and childre,” Patsy Franks Mills, CatronsCreek@aol.com, 8 May 2002.
825. “Commodore,” Vern & Carol Rumley, rummy@ptd.net, 23 Dec 2004, per Goodman Casket Co.
826. “Re: geneology,” Rachel Straight obituary, LaRhee L. Henderson, January 13, 2008.
827. “Re: Lt. Adam Calhoun,” Debra Scott Hierlmeier, DKHMOM@aol.com, 30 May 2000.
828. “Post-em,” Carol Ann Scott, Lips201@yahoo.com, 21 Sep 2000, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I5219.
829. GenCircle message, “James McCoid/family,” http://www.gencircles.com/messages/read/users/2736796/1/20.html, K. Fitzgerald, gmak@in-touch.net, 03/20/01.
830. “James McCoid Family Tree,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=kpaul&id=I1108, K. Paul Graham, kpaul@aol.com.
831. Donald L. Coon, “FamilySearch Pedigree Resource File,” http://www.mother.com/~minao/genealogy/family_history/html/d0003/g0000059.html#I0347, VA.
832. “Descendants of George William Byrd,” Cheryl Ann Tucker, cheryl@tommyspest.com, NC.
833. “GEORGE,” Karen Smith Yager, yagerd@fmtc.com, 25 Feb 2001.
834. “Re: I must have wriitten you before about Bailey Family,” Greg, GC1513@aol.com, 26 Jan 2004.
835. GenCircle site, “Cheek/Cheeks,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/djcheeks/1/, Donald J. Cheeks, djcheeks@voyager.net.
836. “Southern Biographies and Genealogies,” 1500s-1940s, Pages 264, 265.
837. “Harry Byrd of Virginia,” Ronald L. Heinemann, washingtonpost.com, http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/style/longterm/books/chap1/harryby.htm.
838. “ RAINEY AND HUGH’S FAMILY,” http://www.asta.chicago.il.us/familytree/index.html, Katherine Prendergast Flynn.
839. “SOME ANCESTORS AND DESCENDANTS OF THE BYRD FAMILY OF WESTOVER, VA.,” http://members.tripod.com/~SFinch/index-2.html, S. Finch, Finch10@earthlink.net, April 11, 2005.
840. “Gregory Kent Laughlin's Website,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0018/F3269.html#I08668, http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0023/F4002.html#I11147, 14270] [S004125] King.ged , AUTHOR: Lucille Ann Barron , PUBLICATION: Received via electronic mail May 9, 1998 , [14271] [S001627] 1850 U.S. Census, Johnson County, Arkansas , PUBLICATION: U.S. Bureau of the Census .
841. “King Family Bible Records.”
begins with James King and Isabella Berry
842. “King Family Bible Records.”
begins with James King and Isabella Berry lists name as Jame Caughey.
843. “King Family Bible Records.”
begins with James King and Isabella Berry date.
844. “King Family Bible Records.”
begins with James King and Isabella Berry gives date of birth; does not give date of death, place of birth from census records.
845. “King Family Bible Records.”
begins with James King and Isabella Berry date agrees.
846. “king,” John E. King, spydersmom00@yahoo.com, 22 Feb 2002.
847. “Re: Geanealogy correction for surname King,” Ron King, spyderking@sbcglobal.net, 22 Feb 2002.
848. “kings,” John Everett King, spydersmom00@yahoo.com, 4 Mar 2004.
849. “John Floyd King,” Deborah Hall, jdjhall@southshore.com, 16 May 2000.
850. Tennessee: Records of Hamblen County: History of the King Family, Copied under Work's Progress Administration, pp. 39-40.
851. “Gregory Kent Laughlin's Website,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0018/F3269.html#I08668, http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0023/F4002.html#I11147, [14252] [S004125] King.ged , AUTHOR: Lucille Ann Barron , PUBLICATION: Received via electronic mail May 9, 1998 , [14253] [S001627] 1850 U.S. Census, Johnson County, Arkansas , PUBLICATION: U.S. Bureau of the Census .
852. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA.
853. “King Family Bible Records.”
begins with James King and Isabella Berry name listed as Nancy Ellen.
854. “Gregory Kent Laughlin's Website,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0018/F3269.html#I08668, http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0023/F4002.html#I11147, [14264] [S004125] King.ged , AUTHOR: Lucille Ann Barron , PUBLICATION: Received via electronic mail May 9, 1998 , [14265] [S001627] 1850 U.S. Census, Johnson County, Arkansas , PUBLICATION: U.S. Bureau of the Census .
855. Tennessee: Records of Hamblen County: History of the King Family, Copied under Work's Progress Administration, pp. 39-40, pp. 38-40.
856. “James KING / Isabelle BERRY,” Gregory Kent Laughlin, http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0020/F3659.html#I09973.
857. “Berry Family,” William A. Hunt, wahunt@direcway.com, 28 Sept 2000.
858. “Gregory Kent Laughlin's Website,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0018/F3269.html#I08668, gives death as Johnson Co., AR BEF. 1840 based on [14030] [S004125] King.ged , AUTHOR: Lucille Ann Barron , PUBLICATION: Received via electronic mail May 9, 1998 , [14031] [S005338] Tennessee: Records of Hamblen County: History of the King Family , PUBLICATION: Copied under Work's Progress Administration .
859. “Yearwood--Marion Family History,” James R. Yearwood, jamesy@ipa.net, http://genweb.net/~jryearwood/index.htm.
860. “Gregory Kent Laughlin's Website,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0018/F3269.html#I08668, http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0023/F4002.html#I11147, [14215] [S004125] King.ged , AUTHOR: Lucille Ann Barron , PUBLICATION: Received via electronic mail May 9, 1998 , [14216] [S005338] Tennessee: Records of Hamblen County: History of the King Family .
861. “King Family Bible Records.”
begins with James King and Isabella Berry name looks like Jones on copies.
862. “King Family Bible Records.”
begins with James King and Isabella Berry spelling of name as in Family Bible records.
863. “The Leek & Fowler ‘Family Connections’,” http://host.fptoday.com/maryleek/index.html, Mary Fowler Leek, maryleek@attglobal.net.
864. “King Family Bible Records.”
begins with James King and Isabella Berry gives "about 1817".
865. “Lucy Barron's Genealogy Homepage,” Lucy Barron, http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~lbarron/king/kingn.htm, Death Certificate, Mary Amanda KING, #23 001218, gives place as Dickson Co., TN.
866. “Descendants of Thomas King Sr.,” http://www.geocities.com/smith73114/HTM/Tmg15kin.htm#id887, R. W. Smith (?), rwsmith73114@cox.net, 22 Feb 2002.
867. “Lucy Barron's Genealogy Homepage,” Lucy Barron, http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~lbarron/king/kingn.htm, Death Certificate, Mary Amanda KING, #23 001218, says Humphreys Co.
868. “King Family Bible Records.”
begins with James King and Isabella Berry date of birth.
869. “King Family Bible Records.”
begins with James King and Isabella Berry date of death, not place.
870. “King Family Bible Records.”
begins with James King and Isabella Berry date of death.
871. “MAY Family Research,” Imogene May Boswell, Bible records.
872. “King Family Bible Records.”
begins with James King and Isabella Berry gives Oct 31, 1833 as date of marriage.
873. “Lucy Barron's Genealogy Homepage,” Lucy Barron, http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~lbarron/king/kingn.htm, Death Certificate, Mary Amanda KING, #23 001218, gives place of birth as Anson Co., NC.
874. “Thomas MAY / Emaline KING,” Gregory Kent Laughlin, http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0023/F4000.html#I11177.
875. “Lucy Barron's Genealogy Homepage,” Lucy Barron, http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~lbarron/king/kingn.htm, Death Certificate, Mary Amanda KING, #23 001218, gives date as after 1806, Sullivan Co.
876. “Lucy Barron's Genealogy Homepage,” Lucy Barron, http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~lbarron/king/kingn.htm, Death Certificate, Mary Amanda KING, #23 001218.
877. “martin.ged,” Niels L. (Roy) Martin, e-mail received by Anne B. King, MD on October 4, 1998.
878. “Andrew P. Thomas' Families of Washington and Smyth Co, VA,” http://claynet.com/athomas/, http://claynet.com/athomas/allisonj/i0029302.htm#i29302.
879. “Ancestors of Christa Irene Jacobs,” Christa Jacobs Burrus, http://burrus2.tripod.com/geneology/Christa/christa.htm.
880. “1880 Census,” Sac, Dade Co., Missouri, Family History Library Film 1254684 NA Film Number T9-0684 Page Number 227A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Harvy E. KING Self M Male W 24 MO Farmer VA TN
Levina M. KING Wife M Female W 24 IL Keeping House TN TN
Sarah L. KING Dau S Female W 2 MO MO IL
881. “Descendants of Nathan W. Collins,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~modade/nathan_w_collins.htm, Roberta McReynolds, fmcreyno@joplin.com.
882. Bona Cemetery, Bona, Dade Co., MO, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/bona_cemetery.html, courtesy Roberta Carns McReynolds.
883. “Update,” Joseph Sunderland, sun_land@prodigy.net, 18 Jan 2001.
884. Genealogical Records, Neil Wood, MYERSWOOD@aol.com, 3 August 2000.
885. Maude Van Asselt
1900 Westover Rd.
Yardley, PA 19067
886. “McConkey,” Nancy Mundell, nanjan@cox.net, April 4-6, 2005.
887. The Housley-Bedwell Genealogy Connection, “Karen (Bedwell) Housley,” http://home.dwave.net/~skeeter/.
889. “Andrew P. Thomas' Families of Washington and Smyth Co, VA,” http://claynet.com/athomas/, http://claynet.com/athomas/laughlin/i0000018.htm#i18.
890. “Gregory Kent Laughlin's Website,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0018/F3269.html#I08668, http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0001/F0284.html#I00592, gives 21 Mar 1770, York County, Pennsylvannia .
891. “Descendants of Pemberton ,” Marvin Grant, http://www.martygrant.com/gen/pemberton/index.htm, says Sullivan Co, TN.
892. “Descendants of Pemberton ,” Marvin Grant, http://www.martygrant.com/gen/pemberton/index.htm.
893. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN:1GN9-S48.
894. High on a Windy Hill, Catherine Sanders McConnell, The Overmountain Press, Johnson City, Tennessee 1995, p. 275.
895. “berry/maxwell/gordy/whitsitt families,” Ann Bumgarner Blystone, annbumbly@mac.com, July 22, 2006.
896. “West Coast Boyntons,” http://www.pluvoy.com/html/, Mike Pluvoy, mike@pluvoy.com.
899. Montgomery County families (surnames beginning with D), “A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri with numerous sketches, anecdotes, adventures, etc., relating to Early Days in Missouri.,” Also the lives of Daniel Boone and the celebrated Indian chief Black Hawk, with numerous Biographies and Histories of Primitive institutions., William S. Bryan and Robert Rose Bryan, By, Brand & Co., St. Louis, Mo., 1876, Transcribed by Joanne Scobee Morgan.
900. “Lucy Barron's Genealogy Homepage,” Lucy Barron, http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~lbarron/king/kingn.htm, Death Certificate, Mary Amanda KING, #23 001218, gives place.
901. “Re: Dryden genealogy,” Rich Gotshall, Franklin, IN, gotshall@inetdirect.net, 25 & 26 May 2000.
902. Ken, alraqib@hotmail.com, 6 Jun 2004.
903. “Lucy Barron's Genealogy Homepage,” Lucy Barron, http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~lbarron/king/kingn.htm, Death Certificate, Mary Amanda KING, #23 001218, "after 1821" gives Humphreys Co.
905. “Gregory Kent Laughlin's Website,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0018/F3269.html#I08668, lists birthplace as Lawrence County, Indiana .
906. “Gregory Kent Laughlin's Website,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0018/F3269.html#I08668, duncan.ged , AUTHOR: Scott Leonard Olson , PUBLICATION: Received via electronic mail on November 5, 1997.
907. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 2H7F-5G.
909. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 1GN9-L98).
910. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN:1GN9-NWB.
911. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 1GN9-S83.
912. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 2263-CJF.
913. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 2263-CLT.
914. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 2DMR-TB.
915. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 2DMR-M9.
916. “T.N.BERRY.GED,” 26 May 2001, William A. Staggs, wstaggs189@aol.com.
917. Leslie Berry McLeod, LBM748@aol.com.
918. “Wedding Chimes,” Arkansas City Traveler, Arkansas City, Cowley Co., KS, March 14, 1883, http://www.ausbcomp.com/~bbott/cowley/Oldnews/PAPERS/TRAV57.HTM.

Arkansas City Traveler, March 14, 1883.

Wedding Chimes. MARRIED in this city on Thursday, March 8th, 1883, at the residence of the bride’s parents, by Rev. W. H. Harris, Mr. Isaac K. Berry, of Shawneetown, Indian
Territory, to Miss Laura B. Nipp. The ceremony was consummated at about noon and the happy pair left on the 3 o’clock train for the East to spend the honeymoon. The wedding was witnessed by a few invited friends who partook of an elegant collation spread in honor of the occasion. The groom, a former merchant of this city, but now engaged in the cattle trade in the Indian Territory, was one of the most popular of our boys, and in taking to himself Miss Laura Nipp, has robbed our city of its chiefest ornament but we trust only to share with her a life of happiness and wedded felicity. Under the circumstances we’ll forgive you, King, and join heartily in the congratulations of the many friends of yourself and fair young bride for your future happiness and prosperity
919. “1860 Federal Census,” Kentucky, Whitley Co., Rockholds P O, Series: M653 Roll: 400 Page: 742, enumerated July 18, 1860, Heritage Quest Online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ky/whitley/census/1860/0709.gif.
838 773 Isaac King 84 M farm TN
Jane “ 70 F VA
Edward “ 25 M “ KY
Susanah Sullivan 15 F MO
Joseph Sullivan 13 M MO
Wm Sullivan 7 M MO
839 777 Wm T. King 35 M farm KY
Virginia C. “ 24 F KY
Edward L. “ 3 M KY
Sarah J. “ 1 F KY
Margaret E. “ 3/12 F KY
920. “Whitley Republican,” 1939.
921. “Chronicles of Oklahoma,” Volume 17, No. 1, Page 126, March, 1939, http://digital.library.okstate.edu/Chronicles/v017/v017p115.html#126, The Oklahoma Historical Society.
922. BERRY-D Digest, V04 #145, “Cherokee Berrys,” Leslie Berry McLeod, LBM748@aol.com, 31 Aug 2004.
923. “Re: [BERRY-L] THOMAS NELSON BERRY,” Lois Sharp Tonoff, Sharp2tono@aol.com, 10 July 2002.
924. “1860 Federal Census,” Kentucky, Whitley Co., Rockholds P O, Series: M653 Roll: 400 Page: 742, enumerated July 18, 1860, Heritage Quest Online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ky/whitley/census/1860/0742.gif.
838 773 Isaac King 84 M farm TN
Jane “ 70 F VA
Edward “ 25 M “ KY
Susanah Sullivan 15 F MO
Joseph Sullivan 13 M MO
Wm Sullivan 7 M MO
839 777 Wm T. King 35 M farm KY
Virginia C. “ 24 F KY
Edward L. “ 3 M KY
Sarah J. “ 1 F KY
Margaret E. “ 3/12 F KY
925. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 2H7D-ZG.
926. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 2H7D-TR.
927. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN:2H7G-JH.
928. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN:17X5-6T9.
929. John Lee Sharp, “Ancestors of John Lee Sharp,” http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/h/a/John-L-Sharp/GENE5-0037.html, Lincoln, Virginia given as birthplace, http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/h/a/John-L-Sharp/GENE5-0020.html.
932. “1920 Federal Census,” Robertson Magisterial District, Madison Co., Virginia, enumerated 26 Jan 1920, Roll: T625_1897 Page: 9B ED: 63 Image: 0195, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
177 192 AYLOR, Thomas J. Head M W 48 M Virginia Virginia Virginia Farmer
, Nina B. Wife F W 42 M Virginia Virginia Virginia
, Frances M. Dau F W 15 S Virginia Virginia Virginia
933. “1930 Federal Census,” Robertson Magisterial District, Madison Co., Virginia, enumerated 21 Apr 1930, Roll: T626_2450; Page: 15B; Enumeration District: 5; Image: 0149., http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
310 AYLOR, Thomas J. Head M W 58 M 29
, Nina B. Wife F W 50 M 21
KITCHEN, Thomas M. Son-in-law M W 24 M 19
, Frances M. Dau F W 25 M 21
, Theodore J. G-Son M W 3 S
, Everett R. G-Son M W 1 S
934. Descendants of Nathaniel Dryden & Margaret Craig, Dryden.doc, June 5, 2005, Carol Vass, svass@aol.com.
935. VAWASHIN-L, “Re: ORR and McQUOWN??,” Bob Ford, FORDREDJ@aol.com, March 16, 2005.
936. “Family Tree Info: Loux/Granger,” Don Loux, DonLoux@aol.com, 8 June 2003.
937. Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Sullivan County, TN, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/pleasant_grove.html, 29 April 2001, Gravestone Photo.
938. “1880 Census,” District 3, Sullivan Co., Tennessee, Family History Library Film1255281 NA Film NumberT9-1281 Page Number365B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
1880 Census District 3, Sullivan Co., Tennessee
Family History Library Film 1255281 NA Film Number T9-1281 Page Number 365B
J. P. RHEA Self M Male W 50 VA Physician TN VA
Matilda RHEA Wife M Female W 46 TN Keeping House TN TN
Mary R. RHEA Dau S Female W 22 NC House Keeper VA TN
Mathew B. RHEA Son S Male W 18 TN Farm Laborer VA TN
Robert O. RHEA Son S Male W 16 TN At Home VA TN
Nancy C. RHEA Dau S Female W 14 TN At Home VA TN
Joseph A. RHEA Son S Male W 10 TN At Home VA TN
John P. RHEA Son S Male W 8 TN VA TN
Margaret A. RHEA Dau S Female W 6 TN VA TN
Josiah E. RHEA Son S Male W 3 TN VA TN
Matilda RHEA Dau S Female W 1 TN VA TN
939. “1880 Census,” Piedmont, Rappahannock Co., Virginia, Family History Library Film 1255386 NA Film Number T9-1386 Page Number 330B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Robert A. BATES Self M Male W 51 VA Farmer VA ---
Mary J. BATES Wife M Female W 41 VA Keeps House VA ---
Martha E. BATES Dau S Female W 14 VA At School VA ---
Laura L. BATES Dau S Female W 12 VA At School VA ---
Anne V. BATES Dau S Female W 8 VA --- ---
James T. BATES Son S Male W 5 VA --- ---
Wade H. BATES Son S Male W 3 VA --- ---
940. “1880 Census,” Minonk, Woodford Co., Illinois, Family History Library Film 1254262 NA Film Number T9-0262 Page Number 351B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Jonathon M. MCCONKEY Self M Male W 61 VA Farmer VA VA
Cathrine MCCONKEY Wife M Female W 56 OH Keeping House PA VA
Laura MCCONKEY Dau S Female W 24 IL School Teacher VA OH
Clara MCCONKEY Dau S Female W 22 IL School Teacher VA OH
941. “Gregory Kent Laughlin's Website,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0018/F3269.html#I08668, King.ged , AUTHOR: Lucille Ann Barron , PUBLICATION: Received via electronic mail May 9, 1998 .
942. “Family History Yearwood and Marion,” James R. Yearwood, http://www.ipa.net/~jamesy/family.htm, January 3, 1998.
943. “Family Bible of Dr. N. J. Dryden,” comp. Bible Records of Missouri, Volume 1. Chillicothe, MO:, Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, 1963, in 1959 Mrs. U. C. Dryden, Purdin Missouri.
"This old Bible of my Grandfather Dr. N. J. Dryden's came into my possession January 20 1926. Signed: Dr. U. C. Dryden"
944. “Data Supplied by family.”
945. Submitters: Martha Jane Foote, 107 S Catalina St , Gilbert, AZ 85234, Betty Wightman, 98-715 Iho Place, #1105, Aiea, HI 96701, Erline W. Jensen, 1831 Alturas Circle , Idaho Falls, ID 83401, Earl Jay Nielson, 862 Oakridge Drive, Farmington, Utah 84025, Judy Joann Martin, 1406 S Bluebird, Santa Maria, CA 93454, Charles E. Heinze, 180 Montgomery St , Piscataway, NJ 08854.
946. “1880 Census,” Short Mountain, Logan Co., Arkansas, Family History Library Film 1254050 NA Film Number T9-0050 Page Number 241B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
A. D. KING Self M Male W 55 TN Lawyer TN TN
M. A. KING Wife M Female W 45 TN Keeping House TN TN
Nancie B. KING Dau S Female W 17 AR TN TN
Chas. KING Son S Male W 12 AR At School TN TN
Herbert KING Son S Male W 8 AR At School TN TN
Wm. NEWBLE Other S Male W 35 KY Bar Tender --- ---
Lula WISE GDau S Female W 3 AR AR AR
947. “Alfred Dixon KING / Mary Amanda MAY,” Gregory Kent Laughlin, http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0023/F3996.html#I11157.
948. “Lucy Barron's Genealogy Homepage,” Lucy Barron, http://www.people.fas.harvard.edu/~lbarron/king/kingn.htm, Death Certificate, Mary Amanda KING, #23 001218, Death Certificate for Alfred D. KING, n.d, Death certificate for Alfred D. KING: DATE: Aug. 5, , 1897; NAME: King Alfred D.; AGE: 73; NATIVITY: Tenn; SEX: M; COLOR: white; Married; CAUS, E OF DEATH: Congestion of the brain. Softening of the brain.; PHYSICIAN/CORONER: Leonardi Pra.
949. “1880 Census,” Short Mountain, Logan Co., Arkansas, Family History Library Film 1254050 NA Film Number T9-0050 Page Number 241B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
J. B. KING Self M Male W 23 AR Lawyer TN TN
C. C. KING Wife M Female W 19 AR Keeping House AR AR
Claudie KING Son S Male W 1 AR AR AR
Mary WISE Niece S Female W 7 AR At School AR AR
951. “Genealogies of the Laughlin, Smith, Davis, & Barker Families, the Copeland, Malugin, Myers, & Hayes Families, the Berry, Barks, Kindrick, & Anderson Families, the Longbottom, Bowman, Windes, & Snider Families,” “and the Jordan, Reese, Fourthman, & Harper Families,” Gregory K. Laughlin, http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/, 1880 Logan Co., AR Census, p. 242.
952. “1880 Logan Co., AR Census, p. 241,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0023/F4005.html#I11163.
953. “JAMES PHILLIP MAY.GED,” Linda May, mayhem@infowest.com, 15 Sep 2002.
954. “Family Group Sheet,” 2 Nov 2002, Jerry Sloan, sloan5558@cox.net.
955. “Price Family Bible,” The Holy Bible, American BIble Society, New York, 1846, in possession of Audrey Sloan, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/price_title_page.html.
956. “Descendants of Constantine Francis Dryden,” 6 Dec 2001, Teresa Gowins-Rasmussen, Teresagowins@cs.com.
957. “Genealogy....,” Cheryl Davis, cctdavis@prodigy.net, 5 feb 2002.
958. “1880 Census,” Locust Creek, Linn Co., Missouri, Family History Library Film1254700 NA Film NumberT9-0700 Page Number491A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
959. “1920 Federal Census,” Oregon, Lincoln Co., Beaver Creek Pct., Series: T625 Roll: 1495 Page: 105, enumerated 20 Jan 1920, Heritage Quest Online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/.
30 30 Huyett, Isaac N. Head M W 64 M R W MD MD MD Farmer
“ Inez V. Wife F W 48 M R W IA MO VA
“ Newton M. Son M W 11 S R W OR IA MD
“ Robert S. Son M W 9 S R W OR IA MD
“ Vesta M. Dau F W 7 S R W OR IA MD
960. “1850 US Census,” Dist. 56, Mercer Co., Missouri, enumerated Sept. 30, 1850, Heritage Quest Online, Series: M432 Roll: 406 Page: 401, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/.
364 4 Joseph Laughlin 55 M Farmer Virginia
Jane “ 49 F do
John “ 19 M Farmer Tennessee
Jane “ 15 F do
Joseph “ 12 M do
Alexander “ 8 M Missouri
Green “ 5 M do
Wesley Porter 30 M Farmer Tennessee
Maryetta “ 25 F Kentucky
Mary “ 4 F Missouri
Victoria “ 3 F do
Thomas “ 1 M do
Jackson Litton 30 M Farmer Kentucky
Elizabeth “ 22 F Tennessee
Angeline “ 1 F Missouri
961. Letter, Florence Fancher, Leslie P. Dryden, 20 Apr 1959.
Pages 92 to 96, and 79, of “Dryden, Shanandoah IV” notebook for ‘Book II’ DRYDENS, Edward H. Nabb Research Center, Salixbury State University, Salisbury, MD
--copied by Carol Vass, svass@aol.com, April 2001.
962. “Gregory Kent Laughlin's Website,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0018/F3269.html#I08668, Genealogy of Adam Laughlin , AUTHOR: Shirley Neece , PUBLICATION: Received via electronic mail on February 25, 1998 .
964. WorldConnect Gedcom, “Dan Wright Family,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=AHN&db=dhwright, 14 Jun 2001, Dan Wright, dhwright@dnvr.uswest.net.
965. “1880 Census,” Grand River, Wayne Co., Iowa, Family History Library Film 1254369 NA Film Number T9-0369 Page Number 313B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
J. D. DUNCAN Self M Male W 59 KY Farmer KY KY
Margurite DUNCAN Wife M Female W 49 KY Keeps House KY KY
Harvey B. DUNCAN Son S Male W 18 IA At Home KY KY
Josie DUNCAN Dau S Female W 17 IA At Home KY KY
Thomas DUNCAN Son S Male W 15 IA At Home KY KY
Otto DUNCAN Son S Male W 13 IA At Home KY KY
Alice DUNCAN Dau S Female W 10 IA At Home KY KY
Hettie DUNCAN Dau S Female W 7 IA At Home KY KY
George DUNCAN Son S Male W 3 IA At Home KY KY
966. “1880 Census,” Lineville, Wayne Co., Iowa, Family History Library Film 1254369 NA Film Number T9-0369 Page Number 324C, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Thomas F. KING1 Self M Male W 28 KY Clerks In Drug Store --- ---
Sidney KING2 Wife M Female W 26 IA Keeps House KY KY
Nellie KING3 Dau S Female W 11M IA At Home KY IA
R. M. WRIGHT4 Other W Male W 30 IL Livery Man TN KY
George D. WRIGHT5 Other S Male W 7 IA At Home IL IA
Dora WRIGHT6 Other S Female W 5 IA At Home IL IA
969. “Re: Hi Cousin!,” Bruce Carlyle Stewart, BCarStew@aol.com, 22 Apr 2002.
970. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN:1VC7-64R.
971. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN:1VC7-650.
972. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN:1VC7-666.
973. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 1VC7-5WC.
974. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 1VC7-5XK.
975. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN:1VC7-67D.
976. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 1VC7-5ZR.
977. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN:1VC7-69S.
978. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 1VC7-60X.
979. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 1VC7-615.
980. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN:1VC7-68L.
981. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 1VC7-62C.
982. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN:1VC7-6B1.
983. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN 1VC7-58F.
984. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN:1VC7-59M.
985. “Edith B. LeForce/John Lincoln Siler,” BC Cowan Groves, grayfeather@rosenet.net, August 29, 2005.
986. “Family Tree,” Joyce Chambers, jkchambers2@juno.com, July 29, 2007.
987. “Pioneers of Illinois: The Dryden, Gammill & Adams Families,” Finis Isgrigg Gammill, unpublished personal memoir, 1942.
988. Will of David Dryden [Jr], Washington County, Virginia, Will Book 4, Page 247
Dated: 2 March 1818; Proved: 19 May 1818
{Heirs: no wife mentioned; children: sons: David, William, Jonathan, Nathaniel, Thomas; daughters: Rebecca Duff, Mary Duff, Elizabeth Palmer; granddaughters: Barbara Dryden and Polly Palmer.]
989. David Dryden [Jr] 15 May 1811 Letter to Jane (Dryden) Shields
Source: Chancery Court Files, Augusta County, Virginia:
"Sheffet's administrator vs. Rankin's administrator--O. S. 357; N. S. 129"
[1825 Augusta Co, VA lawsuit seeking money left to Jane (Dryden) Shields by her half-brother William Johnston in his 1808 Augusta Co, VA Will. David Dryden's 1811 letter was submitted during the course of lawsuit. Final judgement was in favor of the heirs of Jane Shields.]
990. New Providence Church Minutes of Bedford Co, TN, 1826-1860, Transcribed by Bill J. Crouthers, copyright, McMinn Printing, 1997.
991. “Family Bible Record of Jonathan Dryden/Hannah Duff” and “William Dryden/Abigail Henderson” pages 368-374 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]
992. William Duff, Washington County, Virginia
Will, Inventory/Appraisal/Sale, Final Settlement Papers 4 Dec 1819 to 2 April 1834
Will: 4 Dec 1819 WA Co, VA Will Book 4, p 314. Inventory 16 Jan 1820. 14 Jan 1820 sale of property. Will Book 4, p 354-55. 17 Feb 1829, settlement of estate: Will Book 6, p. 77. 2 April 1834, WA Co Book 6, p 363-final settlement.
993. THE DRYDEN FAMILY and Descendents, Book II, Leslie P. Dryden & Ruth T. Dryden, privately printed, 1993, Book available from Jim Scott <jscott42@drydenfamily.com>, page 17.
994. THE DRYDEN FAMILY and Descendents, Book II, Leslie P. Dryden & Ruth T. Dryden, privately printed, 1993, Book available from Jim Scott <jscott42@drydenfamily.com>, ibid.
995. “overly long reply :>),” Carol Vass, SVass@aol.com, 8 May 2003.
997. 1910, “U.S. Census,” New Orleans, LA.
998. “Re: Jacob Leonidas HORTENSTINE,” Janice Smith, janicesmith@cox.net, 11 Jul 2002.
999. “Re: Hello,” 25 Jan 2003, Jean and Steve Wiles, joleblon2000@cox-internet.com.
1000. “Re: Alexander Greenough,” Roger Greenough, rgrgrno@excite.com, 6 April 2003.
1001. “LAWMEN and OUTLAWS: OKLAHOMA and INDIAN TERRITORY and the STATE of OKLAHOMA,” John A. Hunt, http://marti.rootsweb.com/law/pic/jahunt.htm.
1002. “More family info..,” William A. Hunt, wahunt@direcway.com, 28 May 2001.
1003. “Shriff’s Letter to the Citizens of LeFlore County, OK,” The Poteau News, December, 1921.
Although his formal education consisted of only three years in a rural one-room school near the Indian Territory, a lifetime of learning made John Anderson Hunt a knowledgeable and literate man who knew the law and understood business. The following is a transcript of an open letter from John Anderson Hunt to the citizens of LeFlore County that was published in The Poteau News in December of 1921 following Sheriff Hunt’s first year in office:

There is a great deal being said about the crime wave in this country, and many different ideas are being advanced, giving reasons why, or cause for this condition, but very few have suggested a remedy.
I would not minimize the seriousness of this abnormal condition, for there is no telling the length of its duration. Most everyone is aware that all our laws are being violated, but a great many do not seem to understand or feel the weight of the true condition, or are not courageous enough to act and assert their rights. No business can succeed without the co-operation of those concerned; the officers of a great corporation cannot successfully manage its business without the support of its stockholders.
The biggest business in any country is its governmental affairs, and this applies to the nation, the state, the county or municipality. We citizens of Oklahoma can truthfully boast of being stockholders in one of the greatest commonwealths in our nation, and LeFlore county is one of the greatest (if not the greatest) counties in the state. It has more natural resources, though undeveloped, than any county I know of, and I know most of them. We have a great area of very fine agricultural land, adapted to the growth of almost all kinds of field and garden crops, and a great deal of very fine fruit land. An unlimited amount of the best quality of bituminous coal, a good supply of natural gas with more being brought in almost every month, with good prospect for oil. Boundless forests with an immense amount of pine and hardwood timber, good grazing lands, good water supply, building stone, brick shale, fire clay, asphalt, lead, zinc, silver and gold.
I am putting it mildly when I say that LeFlore county is undeveloped, for we have about 2,600 square miles in area with only about 43,000 people. The population is increasing very fast, and we expect it to be almost double within a very short time. Our citizenship, as a rule, is of a very high class, and it is to our interest to keep up the standard, or make it higher, by making every part of this county’s moral condition such that it will be desirable for good people to live in.
This week ends my first year’s work as your sheriff. I do not want to be understood as complaining, for I am very well pleased with the co-operation we are getting (it could have been better, however,) and I want to ask in all sincerity, that every good citizen keep in mind that we are your servants, and that we must have your support if you would get the best results.
The coming of the new year is the time of resolution, and while you are making your new year’s resolutions, just resolve that you are going to help the sheriff and his force to make LeFlore county a better place in which to live and to bring up the children, and I assure you that we will appreciate your efforts and will show our appreciation by endeavoring to give you better and more efficient service next year than we have this.

Sincerely yours,
JOHN A. HUNT, Sheriff
1004. “Newer information on Hunt family,” William Hunt, wahunt@suddenlink.net, September 4, 2007.
1005. “Hunt Family Informaton,” Denise Frances Burk Janeway, 17 Feb 2001, email message, janebobway@worldnet.att.net.
1006. “Re: Related?,” Paul Proctor, Paul.Proctor@mail1.monmouth.army.mil, 30 Dec 2004.
1007. “Research of Will Johnson, professional genealogist, copyright 2004,” http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=wjhonson&id=I22517, Will Johnson, wjhonson@aol.com, 20 Oct 2005.
1900 census - 2nd Ward, South Canon, Fremont Co., Colorado.
1008. “Anthony, Katharine,” Encyclopædia Britannica, http://search.britannica.com/eb/article?eu=7881, Accessed November 16, 2002.
1009. “Little Red School House & Elisabeth Irwin High School,” “History and Philosophy,” http://www.lrei.org/html/history_philosophy.html, 16 Nov 2002.
1010. “SHARP / McCONKEY family line,” David Veh, d.veh@worldnet.att.net, 28 Nov 2000.
1011. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, 1VC7-5BT.
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1013. “Berry Family,” Shirley C., Quiltlady35@aol.com, 22 Mar & 2 May, 2002.
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1019. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 1VC7-421.
1020. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 1VC7-4TR.
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1022. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 1VC7-4W6.
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1024. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 1VC7-53D.
1025. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 1VC7-5C2.
1026. “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998, Family History Library, 35 N West Temple StreetSalt Lake City, UT 84150 USA, AFN: 1VC7-5D8.
1027. “1880 Census,” East Oakland, Coles Co., Illinois, Family History Library Film 1254182 NA Film Number T9-0182 Page Number 86D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
George W. MCCONKEY Self M Male W 60 VA Farmer VA TN
Louisa R. MCCONKEY Wife M Female W 53 IL Keeping House TN GA
George W. MCCONKEY Son S Male W 19 IL At Home VA IL
Rosa V. MCCONKEY Dau S Female W 15 IL At Home VA IL
Frank E. MCCONKEY Son S Male W 12 IL At Home VA IL
Ida May MCCONKEY Dau S Female W 9 IL At Home VA IL
1029. “1860 Federal Census,” Kentucky, Whitley Co., Rockholds P O, Series: M653 Roll: 400 Page: 742, enumerated July 18, 1860, Heritage Quest Online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ky/whitley/census/1860/0653.gif.
838 773 Isaac King 84 M farm TN
Jane “ 70 F VA
Edward “ 25 M “ KY
Susanah Sullivan 15 F MO
Joseph Sullivan 13 M MO
Wm Sullivan 7 M MO
839 777 Wm T. King 35 M farm KY
Virginia C. “ 24 F KY
Edward L. “ 3 M KY
Sarah J. “ 1 F KY
Margaret E. “ 3/12 F KY
1030. “1860 Federal Census,” Kentucky, Whitley Co., Whetstone Pct., Berries P.O., Series: M653 Roll: 400 Page: 653, enumerated June11, 1860, Heritage Quest Online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/.
184 181 Nathan Sharp 33 M farm KY
Martha J. “ 29 F KY
Jno. C. “ 10 M KY
July Ann “ 9 F KY
Frank Pierce “ 7 M KY
Benjamin H. “ 5 M KY
Isaac Newton “ 3 M KY
Thomas C. “ 8/12 M KY
Cassandra Stephenson 53 F
1031. “History of Washington,” H. K. Hines, 1894, pp 417 & 418.
1032. “Encyclopedia of Biography,” The American Historical Society, 1941, Vol. 12, pp. 16,17.
1033. “Certificate of Death,” Oregon State Board of Health, 2 Jun 1938, State Registered No. 505, Local Registered No. 189, photocopy.
1034. GenCircle Site, “Ancestors of Robert and Jeri Hunter,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/hunterrd/1, Bob Hunter, hunterrd@attbi.com.
1035. “Cherry-Beck Home Family Files,” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=cherrybeck&id=I8962, 13 Oct 2000, Tommie Beck.
1036. “edith campbell,” Shirley Leonard, TYBABE312@aol.com, 14 Dec 2003.
1037. “1880 Census,” Sac, Dade Co., Missouri, Family History Library Film 1254684 NA Film Number T9-0684 Page Number 228D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Louisa B. BLAKEY Self W Female W 50 VA Keeping House TN VA
William S. KING Son S Male W 20 MO Farmer TN VA
Jonathan C. D. KING Son S Male W 17 MO Works On Farm TN VA
Mary R. KING Dau S Female W 13 MO TN VA
1038. “DESCENDANTS OF RUFUS W. MCCONNELL,” May 13, 2005, David L. McMonigle, dmcmonigle(at)cfl.rr.com.
1039. “TOLER.ged,” 14 May 2005, 15 Aug 2007, David L. McMonigle, mailto:dmcmonigle@cfl.rr.com, http://webpages.charter.net/davemcmo/pafg06.htm#2222.
1040. “R.O. (Rufus Omer) Marcum,” Stephen Earl Marcum, smarcum@woh.rr.com, 2 April 2002.
1041. “Re: Sarah McConnell w/o George B. Keys,” Tom Colley, tncolley@bellsouth.net, November 13, 2005, p. 197, Washington County, Virginia Marriages 1853-1880, Colley, 1997.
1042. Bobbi, BobbiS44@aol.com.
1043. Berry Family Genealogy Forum, “Benjamin Berry NC TN KY,” 7682, January 15, 2003, Betty Herron.
1044. David Fridley, “Descendants of John Alderson (1699-1780),” http://www.slip.net/~dgf/alderson/index.htm#toc, 6 Nov 2000.
1045. “OUTFITTERS OF THE SUPERSTITION,” http://www.ajpl.org/aj/superstition/1utfit.htm, Tom Kollenborn, (c) 1993.
1046. “Re: Looking for ancestry information on Joseph Guzi.....,” Stephanie C. Jackson, sdc@hhncpa.com, 3 Jul 2002.
1047. Irvin Daniel Weakley Obituary.
1048. “Blakey Family,” Dorenda B. Malcolm, DorendaBMalcolm@aol.com, 24 & 25 Aug 2002.
1049. “Churchill Blakey Descendants.ged,” October 3, 2005, Gale Leach, ghleach@gmail.com.
1050. George Family Genealogy Forum, 3917, 27 Nov 2001, Marge Israel, misrael@aol.com.
1051. “Dryden,” Linda Lee Williams, lindajw@sbcglobal.net, 17 & 18 July 2003.
1052. “William Berry,” Kenneth R. Searles, kenneths@logantele.com, 11 July 2000, BERRY-D Digest V00 #137.
1053. “berry 07-09-01.GED,” 20 Aug 2001, David James Berry, dberry@JAX.CCICORP.COM.
1054. “Marriage Record - Carter Co., Tennessee,” Carter Co., Tennessee, 6, 2, photocopy, Aug 15, 1850. File: carter_co_marriage_record
1055. “Honeycutt/Howell families,” Pat Vause, vause@gateway.net, 14 August 2000.
1056. “Adkins Genealogy,” http://sites.netscape.net/dthorn35/homepage/ATKINSGENEALOGY.htm, Dale Rose, 14 August 2000.
1057. Daniel N. Weakley obituary, Charlottesville Daily Progress.
1058. Deborah Scott Lachberg, Mdmlachberg@aol.com, 26 Nov 2001.
1059. “Update,” Traci Tice McCullough, spaci@pacbell.net, 11 July 2001.
1060. “Nona Janet Barker,” Alvin Barker, afbarker@charter.net, Dec. 24 & 26, 2005.
1061. “World Family Tree Vol. 1, Ed. 1,” Br¯derbund Software, Inc., Release date: November 29, 1995, Family Archive CD, Tree #4946, Date of Import: Feb 27, 1999.
Customer pedigree.
1062. “some more Keziah Savage information,” Lisa A. Davis, lisadavis7@juno.com, 19 Jan 2002.
1063. Charlotte Howell Berry, charlarr30@aol.com, 18 Sep 2004, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I9220.
1064. “Re: Augusta/Washington Co. Project,” Susan Kay Langley, September 23, 2008.
1065. “Family Photo,” Karen Johnson, kljohns@aol.com, 8 Nov 2002.
1066. “Savage Family,” Lisa Davis, LDLisaDavis@aol.com, 5 Sep 2001.
1067. “1880 Census,” Washington, Harrison Co., Missouri, Family History Library Film 1254688 NA Film Number T9-0688 Page Number 43A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Calaway ALLEN Self M Male W 67 TN Farmer TN TN
Kisire ALLEN Wife M Female W 58 MO Keeping House SC TN
Mahalah ALLEN Dau S Female W 24 MO At Home TN MO
Racheal ALLEN Dau S Female W 20 MO At Home TN MO
Ida Navada ALLEN Dau S Female W 18 MO At Home TN MO
Winna I. GIBSON GDau S Female W 1 MO IN MO
1068. “Philip Mulkey Savage,” Donald W. Jordan, donjordan@silvercloud.net, 31 May 2001.
1069. “Re: Savage Family,” Jimmie Doggett, jdoggett@azonemail.net, 31 Jan 2003.
1070. “Re: Family tree - Savage,” Sheila Olenich, olenich@ev1.net, 1860 Scott Co., AR Census.
“The 1860 Census Index for Scott Co., AR is online at Census Links http://www.rootsweb.com/~arscott/cen1860.htm. I wrote Delaine Edwards (from that page -- does lookups) for the info on this family and she sent me the Census info as follows: John G Fort (48yrs, MO, farmer $10,000/13,400) wife Dorinda 46 KY, Valentine (28 AR Farmer $540), W.G. (26 AR Farmer $1000), Robert (19 AR farmer/school), Margaret B. 16 AR school,Zephania (13 AR school), Isadora A. (12 AR school), Emaly E. (7 AR school), Benj. H. (1 AR). Also listed w/ this family: George (8 AR school), Mary B. (7 AR school), John G. (6 AR school) -- I believe that these 3 children were Valentine Fort's children from his wife Lidia (1st wife -- died). Also Jane
Bell (86 SC) -- mother. And Samantha Choat (14 AR school) who was Valentine's 1st wife's sister. Confusing, but a mixed family here. I believe that the Jane was Jeanette Savage Bell (wife of Zephaniah Bell, mother of Dorinda Jane Bell). Dorinda Jane Bell married John Gabriel Fort on Oct. 19, 1828 in Cooper Co., MO.”
1071. 1850, “Census,” Cooper Co., MO.
1072. Ancestry World Tree, “Hunter, Byrd, Savage, McCutcheon, Berry and more,” http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=rhunter, Bob Hunter, hunterrd@comcast.net, 30 Nov 2003.
1073. “1880 Census,” 4th Ward, Sherman, Grayson Co., Texas, Family History Library Film 1255306 NA Film Number T9-1306 Page Number 93A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
John WADE Self M Male W 47 KY Farmer VA NC
Celia A. WADE Wife M Female W 34 KY Keeping House KY KY
Harvey P. WADE Son S Male W 12 KY KY KY
Sam SAVAGE Other M Male W 57 MO Clerk In Store KY KY
Betty SAVAGE Other M Female W 50 AR Keeping House TN TN
Cora SAVAGE Other S Female W 13 TX At School MO AR
1074. “The Fuller Choctaw Line,” Joseph Luther, jluther@neb.rr.com, 13 May 2002.
1075. “WorldConnect: Post-em posted,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I9386, Jimmie Wilcox Doggett, jdoggett@azonemail.net, 30 Jan 2003.
1076. “Re: REgarding Pierce/Savage,” La Nell Cook, lcook@granbury.com, 24 Jan 2002.
1077. “(no subject),” Elfreida, Opalehinshaw@aol.com, 31 Oct 2003.
1078. “Ellen Isabel Savage,” Grant Armann Simpson, gsimpson@hksinc.com, 4 Jan 2001.
1079. “Price and Poindexter,” Rita L. Russell, ritarussell@yucca.net, June 22, 2007.
1080. GenCircle site, “ George's Family,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/george_universe/1, George Walter Gildersleeve, paganel@teleport.com.
1081. “Cove Cemetery,” William Hawks, OspreyWmHawks@aol.com, 6 Jan 2002.
1082. “Minnie Houx Family,” attachment, Gary D. Cox, GARYC@txbank.com, 15 Jul 2002.
1083. GenCircle Message, “Hallie Gaskill,” http://www.gencircles.com/messages/read/users/2736796/1/18.html, Ruth Garrett, nanapapag@hotmail.com, 7 Mar 2001.
1084. GenCircle Message, “James Childress,” http://www.gencircles.com/messages/read/users/2736796/1/17.html, Ruth Garrett, nanapapag@hotmail.com, 7 Mar 2001.
1085. “LEE BELL,” Lisa Brooks, lbrooks1960@yahoo.com, 26 May 2002.
1086. “Cornelius Edwards,” Marcia Stanley, marcia_stanley@hotmail.com, 20 Mar 2001.
1087. “1880 Census,” Holden, Johnson Co., Missouri, Family History Library Film 1254696 NA Film Number T9-0696 Page Number 276D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Valentine SCOTT Self M Male W 45 MO Stock Trader KY KY
Annie L. SCOTT Wife M Female W 41 KY Housekeeper KY KY
Authur SCOTT Son S Male W 16 MO School MO KY
Lillie B. SCOTT Dau S Female W 14 MO School MO KY
Claud SCOTT Son S Male W 2 MO School MO KY
Charles T. SCOTT Son S Male W 5 MO MO KY
SCOTT Dau S Female W 1 MO MO KY
Wilson Other S Male B 27 MO Servant MO MO
1088. email message re:, “Mary "Polly" Bell Gedcom,” Jack Lindsay, lyn897@thegateway.net, 26 Mar 2001.
1089. “Post-em,” Rita (Lee) Robison, rindian3@aol.com, 27 Jun 2002, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I10001.
1090. “WorldConnect: Post-em posted,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I10032, Cathy Neil Rakoczy, neilrak@cox-internet.com, 6 Nov 2004.
1091. “RE: Augusta/Washington Co. Project,” Anne McEnerny-Ogle, macogle@pacifier.com, February 27, 2010.
1092. “Descendants of Albert Theodore Savage,” 7 Dec 2003, Bob Watson, spacedog@satx.rr.com.
1093. “Descendants of Jesse Croom,” http://members.aol.com/crooiii/croopa23.htm, John H. Croom, crooiii@aol.com, 1 jun 2001.
1094. “Jack Ellsworth Savage,” Bea Elliott, beaelliott@verizon.net, September 26, 2005.
1095. “World War II Missing in Action or Buried at Sea,” http://www.wwiimemorial.com/registry/mia/.
1096. “Sarepta Ann Savage,” Mary Shults Allison, jallison2@austin.rr.com, 23 & 24 Aug 2002.
1097. “Cherry Family Tree,” Linda Cherry, lostladybon96@yahoo.com, 28 Apr 2002.
1098. “Descendants of Benjamin Beck and Rachel Ballew,” 30 Apr 2002, Colleen Beck-Domanico, Beckck@aol.com.
1099. “Butler Lineage.”
1100. Sharon Barton.
1101. “Smith-Berry Family,” Susan Fonseca, fonfarm@inreach.com, 5 Feb 2002.
1102. “Revis Family Information Update,” Roy Edward Revis, rrevis@tcco.com, Dec. 11, 2004.
1103. CASUTTER-L@rootsweb.com mailing list, Blackburn H. Berry, 12 Oct 1999, Martha Berry Faletti, a_tall_nonna@hotmail.com.
1104. LDS FamilySearch Site, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp, Linda Cooper Valdenegro, 2951 Berman St., Las Vegas, NV 89109.
1105. Campbell Online Family Tree, http://ancestry.com/oft/main.asp, Ronald Campbell, tlcrlc22@msn.com, 29 Sep 2002.
1106. “Chesley Hood Boatright (1824-1863), son of William and Nancy Morgan Boatright,” Ann Marie Boatright Ryals, ambr@ipa.net, 15 Feb 2004.
1107. “OAKWOOD CEMETERY, Gibson Co., Tennessee,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/cemeteries/oakwood_dyer_1.htm, p. 3.
1108. “BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BOBBITT 1828 - 1899,” john w. bobbitt, http://www.thegenealogists.com/bookfive/pp101-1330030.htm.
1109. “A History of Tennessee from the Earliest Times to the Present, together with an Historical and a Biographical Sketch of …,” “Goodspeed's 1887 Biographies of Gibson County, Tennesse inhabitants,” The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Nashville Tennessee, 1886-87, http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/GS/gibsgdsp.htm.
1110. “1880 Census,” Dyer Station, Gibson Co., Tennessee, Family History Library Film 1255255 NA Film Number T9-1255 Page Number 516C, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
James L. BERRY Self M Male W 44 TN Dry Goods Merchant TN TN
Mattie J. BERRY Wife M Female W 36 TN Keep House TN TN
Nettie L. BERRY Dau S Female W 17 TN At Home TN TN
Ninnie L. BERRY Dau S Female W 13 TN At Home TN TN
John C. BERRY Son S Male W 8 TN At Home TN TN
Thomas BERRY Son S Male W 5 TN At Home TN TN
Azariah J. HAUSE Nephew S Male W 12 TN At Home TN TN
Nancy BERRY Mother W Female W 64 TN At Home TN TN
1111. “OAKWOOD CEMETERY, Gibson Co., Tennessee,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~tngibson/cemeteries/oakwood_dyer_1.htm, p. 2.
1112. “la familia de Pablo,” Susan Lamoreaux, smlamoreaux@myhome.net, 14 Nov 2000.
1113. William Denney Descendents, Francis Marie (Thomas) Graves, 1984, pp. 42-43.
1114. “RE: Berry Family Tree,” Peggy Berry Benedum, benedum@ix.netcom.com, 19 & 20 Feb 2004.
1115. “Stearley-Weaver Ancestors,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/tcross0862/6, Theresa Cross, theresa.cross@sholodge.com.
1116. Lizzie J. Daniel Mitchel, “The Berry Family,” The Madison County Genealogist (Arkansas), Volume 3, # 2, 1971, gravestone.
Letters written 1n 1914-1915 to ***
1117. Ancestry, “Jesse Claypoole Sr. (1752-1833) Bath Co., KY,” 10 Oct 2000, http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec?htx=message&r=an&p=surnames.claypoole&m=43, Daryl Bruner, LYRAD22@aol.com.
1118. “1860 Federal Census,” Yancey County, Ramseytown Township, NC, Family #712.
1119. “Edwards/Peterson,” Cheryl Kaspor, CKaspor@aol.com, 1 May 2002.
1120. “Ruby Cowdry Griffin,” http://www.gencircles.com/messages/read/users/2736796/1/7.html, B. N. McDonald, chaplain@ponyexpress.net, GenCircle Message.
1121. “Berry-Lockert family, etc,” "Research of Ouida Faye Harris Lockert", Edwina Ard, edwinaard@hotmail.com, 8 May 2003.
1122. “Mollie Hale,” Jack Moore, 2/14/2001, http://www.gencircles.com/users/langolier/1/data/11348.html.
1123. “McCONKEY family tree,” David Veh, d.veh@worldnet.att.net, 28 Jan 2002.
1124. “Widow's Application for a Pension,” 46757, Mary A. Floyd, Gonzales Co., Texas, June 30, 1930, Texas State Archives.
1125. “Apperson Family in America,” Vera Apperson English, self-published, 1977, courtesy Rowan Fairgrove, RowanF@conjure.com, p.268.
1126. “Apperson Family in America,” Vera Apperson English, self-published, 1977, courtesy Rowan Fairgrove, RowanF@conjure.com, p. 273.
1127. “Apperson Family in America,” Vera Apperson English, self-published, 1977, courtesy Rowan Fairgrove, RowanF@conjure.com, p. 275.
1128. “Your family website,” Richard Heyduck, rheyduck@ev1.net, 21 Jan 2001.
1129. “Picture of Milton Charles Forster,” Dena Koch-Miner, Dminer9@aol.com, 15 Feb 2001.
1130. “Info on Donald Forster, Sr and Dorothy Lux,” Michael Forster, mforster@mlode.com, 1 Nov 2001.
1131. “In the matter of the application for pension of Mandy J. Hunt, widow of John Hunt, Co. "A", 2nd Regt., Ark. Inf. Vol.,” Affidavit of Lindsey F. Patterson, Baptist minister, 11 January 1907.
GENERAL AFFIDAVIT

United States of America,
State of Indian Territory, County of Central District, [??].

In the matter of the application for pension of Mandy J. Hunt, widow of John Hunt, Co. "A", 2nd Regt., Ark. Inf. Vol.
On this 11th day of January, A.D. 1907, personally appeared before me a Notary Public in and for the aforesaid County, duly authorized to administer oaths, Lindsey F. Patterson, aged sixty years, a resident of [unreadable] in the County of Scott, and State of Arkansas, whose Post_Office address in Winfield, Arkansas, well known to me to be reputable and entitled to credit, and who, being duly sworn, declare in relation of the aforesaid case as follows:
I know the claimant, Mandy J. Hunt, widow of John Hunt, deceased, of Co. A. 2nd Regt., Ark. Inf. Vol., and have known her since she was about ten years of age, and since about five years before her marriage to said John Hunt, deceased, and I know that she was not married prior to her said marriage to said John Hunt, deceased; that she lived with him as his lawful wife, from and after their marriage on October 20th, 1855, which occurred in Johnson County, Ark., until the death of the said John Hunt, which occurred on the twentieth day of June, 1906 at Hartshorne, Indian Territory. It knew of the said John Hunt, deceased, before the said marriage, and have known him intimately and continuously since his said marriage and until his death. I knew of the said deceased before his said marriage as a man that had never been married and with all of my close friendship and intimacy with him from the time of his said marriage until his death, I never heard of him having been married before his said marriage to the claimant. I cannot under oath say positively that said John Hunt, deceased, was never married before the said marriage to the claimant, but from my knowledge from long acquaintance I am thoroughly convinced that he was never married but the one time. To the claimant and the said deceased there was born a large family of children most of whom are still living. The claimant, Mandy J. Hunt, was a Caudell before her marriage, the daughter of A. C. Caudell. It is my best knowledge and belief that the claimant and myself are the only parties that knew or particularly knew of the said deceased, John Hunt, prior to the said marriage, and if there is any such person it is some one that knew him in California or Ireland from which place he is said to have hailed. I was not at the wedding of the deceased to the claimant, but when a small boy I remember very distinctly of the wedding, and remember that my father and mother attended the wedding. I remember so distinctly about the wedding because the deceased was an Irishman, and I thought at the time that it was something terrible for one of our neighbor’s daughters to marry an Irishman.
I further declare that I have no interest in said case and am not concerned in its prosecution.

(Signed) Lindsey F. Patterson

[Stamp of the U.S. Pension Office dated January 17, 1907.]
1132. “Order of Naturalization,” 26 July 1858, Johnson County Probate Court, Clarksville, AR.
July Term 1858.
As a Probate Court which was begun and held at the Courthouse in the City of Clarksville in the County of Johnson and State of Arkansas on Monday the 26th day of July 1858 when present and presiding the Hon. Charles B. Perry, Judge wise, the following proceedings had viz.
Be it remembered that on this 26th day of July AD 1858, personally appeared in Court here John Hunt a native of Ireland, part of the Kingdom of Great Britain, and proved to the satisfaction of the Court here that on and about the day of January [blank] AD 1845 he immigrated and settled at New York City in the United States of America being at that time a minor aged 16 years, and that he has continued to visit in the United States from that until the present time and that it has been his intention bone fior ever since he arrived in the United States to become a citizen of the same and that Mrs. Ogilvie and Henry G. Butts well known to the Court here as respectable citizens of Arkansas having made oath that they have known the said John Hunt more than one year last part as a citizen of the state of Arkansas and that he is well disposed toward the laws of the United States. And that the said John Hunt having this day made in Court here in due and legal for his declaration of intention to become a citizen of the United States and having also made oath in our form of law that he absolutely and forever here renounces all allegiance to every foreign King, Prince, Potentate, and Power whatsoever and particularly all allegiance to Victoria the present Queen of Great Britain and Ireland whose subject he formerly was, And further that he will support the Constitution of the United States and faithfully discharge himself as a citizen thereof.
It is therefor decreed by the Court that the said John Hunt be declared a naturalized Citizen of the United States of America and that a certified copy hereof be granted him upon payment of costs
1133. “Pension Application,” Affidavit, February 26, 1894, Original on file in the National Archives.
To the Pension Department
Cavanal, Indian Territory, February 26, 1894
South Division Claim No. 738.525. John Hunt, Company A, 2nd Regiment, Arkansas Volunteer Infantry.

To the Honorable William Lackress, Commissioner of Pensions

Dear Sir:
In answer to your call for history of my disability, I herein give it as near as possible, owing to bad recollection caused by my ill health.
We had no cavalry men at Clarksville, and as Co. A. was made up in Johnson County, the county in which Clarksville is situated, we had the scouting to do. In that duty I was exposed a great deal to rain, snow, and the cross of high water, and irregular meals and habits. The piles, kidney disease, heart disease, and rheum-atism set upon me and has continued until now.
At the close of the war, when I was discharged, I was sick with pneumonia. There was such an excitement among our men in wanting to go home, that there was no attention paid to the sick who was not able to present them-selves before the regiment doctor. Doctor Lathers, who resided at Clarksville, Arkansas (the place of my Discharge) attended on me. Dr. Lathers died at Clarksville in 1868 or 1869. His post office address was Clarksville, Arkansas.
When I got able, I went home in Johnson County near the line of Franklin County. My address was Clarksville, Arkan-sas. And one Dr. Jackson whose post office address was Ozark, Arkansas, and who died about December 1st, 1877, was my family physician from the time I went home in 1865 until I left that part of the country.
About January 1st, 1871, I moved to Hartford, Sebastian County, Arkansas, where I resided until in February 1890, Hartford, Arkansas, being my post office address. In the year 1877, about March the 1st, I had another attack of pneumonia which was very severe, at which time Dr. T. K. Wallace, whose post office address is Hartford, Arkansas, began treating me and continued until about May the 1st, 1886. Also Drs. Hooper and Slaten of Hart-ford, Arkansas, treated me, commencing about March the 10th, until about June the 1st the same year. Dr. Hooper’s last known address was Hackett City, Arkansas. Dr. Slaten died at Slatenville, Arkansas, in 1892.
In February, 1890, I moved near Caston, Indian Territory, where I still reside, but have changed my post office address to Cavanal, Indian Territory. Dr. German, whose post office address is Kennedy, Indian Territory, has been treating me for the last two years for hemorrhage of the lungs. Also Dr. T. G. Harris of Cavanal, Indian Territory, has treated me some recently.
My occupation has been farming, when I was able to work ever since the war, but, I have not been able to do more than half the manual labor per day since the war that I was before the war, and have been entirely deprived of doing any manual labor for the last five years. I have not been able to do but very little for the last seventeen years.
Hoping for a favorable settlement soon. And a liberal one.

I respectfully submit.
(his mark)
John Hunt

Subscribed and sworn to. He swearing that the above is his signature, this 27th day of February 1894.
J. H. Craddock,
Notary Public
1134. “Family Group Sheet of Donald Ray Wilkinson,” Donald Ray Wilkinson, donaldwilkinson@msn.com, 20 Feb 2001.
1135. “Frances Margaret Palmer,” Susan Frank, Susanfrank744@cs.com, 5 Dec 2001.
1136. GenCircle message, “James Pleasant King,” http://www.gencircles.com/messages/read/users/2736796/1/13.html, lela, ljk@webzone.net.
1137. JamesandAmandaAdamsPendergrassFamily.doc, Sandy, WCTGRANNY@aol.com, 23 June 2004.
1138. “Early Marriages in Barry Co., MO.”
1139. “JAMES PATRICK BERRY FAMILY IN EADS, CO,” Victor Lynn Berry, VictorBerry@aol.com, 30 Mar 2002.
1140. “Jean Taylor,” Robin Biddle, Mindvoice@msn.com, 8 Mar 2002.
1141. “Re: Fox Valley Pioneer Cemetery, Linn Co., Oregon,” Margaret McLane de Jovel, margmclane@sbcglobal.net, May 9, 2011.
1142. “Post-em,” Betty Smith Beard, rlbeard@cox.net, 24 Jun 2002, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I11916.
1143. “Re: Lillian (George) and Denver Hibbard - Perry George and AliceKing,” Kathi Murillo, kathi28@earthlink.net, 24 Jan 2004, adobe attachment, William George .. Descendants.pdf, Thomas G. George.pdf.
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1145. “leonard carlile,” Wanda, wanda@fone.net, October 5, 2005.
1146. “"Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia 1740-1800",” Lyman Chalkley, Higginson Book Co, Originally Published Mary S. Lockwood Chapter DAR, 1912, on-line version: http://www.rootsweb.com/~chalkley/.
1147. “Baker Info,” Peggy Berry Baker, BerryBkr@teleport.com, 12 Mar 2001.
1148. “Ancestry.com 1770153,” 1 Oct 2001, drmajo@frontiernet.net.
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1150. “Weaver’s Cemetery --- Sullivan County, Tennessee,” http://www.tngenweb.org/sullivan/cemetery/weaver01.htm, TnGenWeb.
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1153. “Re: Berry Family Website,” Ileen Peterson, ileenpeterson@comcast.net, 26 Jun 2005.
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1155. “1860 US Census,” p. 904, Lee County, Virginia, house 1520/family 1558, Western District, Jonesville P.O.
Enumerated in the family of Dickson S. & Lavina H. Litton
John R. Litton; age 14; M; born Lee Co, Va
1156. GenCircle Site, “Joel Hager's Southern WV Research,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/hagerj/1/data/114301.html, Joel Hager, hagerj@us.army.mil.
1157. “Andrew Long (1st Gen).doc,” 23 Jan 2002, Betty Long Hunt, bklonghunt@peoplepc.com.
1158. “1880 Census,” Rocky Station, Lee Co., Virginia, Family History Library Film 1255375 NA Film Number T9-1375 Page Number 232C, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
A.J. LITTON Self M Male W 54 VA Merchant VA VA
Addie LITTON Wife M Female W 39 VA Keeping House VA VA
Ellie LITTON Dau S Female W 15 VA At Home VA VA
Rosa LITTON Dau S Female W 12 VA At Home VA VA
Ida F. LITTON Dau S Female W 12 VA At Home VA VA
James B. LITTON Son S Male W 9 VA At Home VA VA
Bessie LITTON Dau S Female W 7 VA At Home VA VA
1159. “WOODRUFF COUNTY MARRIAGES,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~arwoodru/marriages/grooms/male-bembess.htm, Arkansas GenWeb Project, gblane@aristotle.net.
1160. “Re: [Fwd: Re: Smith and Jeffries] Berry Family,” Carole Field, Snoopycarole@aol.com, 24 Sep 2002, 11 Oct 2009 .
1161. “Burton L. Smith,” Pat Ruble, fcruble@adams.net, 23 Jun 2002.
1162. “1880 Census,” Beat 3, Union Co., Mississippi, Family History Library Film 1254666 NA Film Number T9-0666 Page Number 234B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
William P. SMITH Self M Male W 58 AL Co. Ass'T Clerk VA SC
Permelia SMITH Other M Female W 52 GA Keeping House NC NC
Andrew J. SMITH Other S Male W 21 MS Clerk In Hotel AL GA
Beford L. SMITH Other S Male W 16 MS AL GA
1163. “John B. & Samuel C. Beard Family; Mound, Walker and Stracener Cemeteries,” Woodruff County Monitor, Woodruff Co., Arkansas, October 27, 2004, p. 13.
1164. “Augusta/Washington Co. Project,” Joanne A. Wise, Joanne.Wise@sbcglobal.net, July 1, 2009.
1165. “SAMUEL JEROME BEARD, SR. ANCESTORS,” http://www.abeard.com/sjbfam/sjbsr.html, James G. Beard, jim@abeard.com.
1166. “1880 Census,” Beat 3, Union, Mississippi, Family History Library Film 1254666 NA Film Number T9-0666 Page Number 271D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
John H. WEATHERALL Self M Male W 57 SC Teacher SC SC
Susan A. WEATHERALL Wife M Female W 36 MS Keeping House AL GA
William P. WEATHERALL Son S Male W 19 MS Works On Farm SC MS
Georgia A. WEATHERALL Dau S Female W 14 MS Works In House SC MS
Permelia F. WEATHERALL Dau S Female W 12 MS At School SC MS
Mary S. WEATHERALL Dau S Female W 9 MS At School SC MS
Nannie M. WEATHERALL Dau S Female W 7 MS At School SC MS
James T. WEATHERALL Son S Male W 4 MS SC MS
Amanda C. WEATHERALL Dau S Female W 2 MS SC MS
1167. “Re: Swofford-Smith,” Claire, 1ben@bellsouth.net, 2 Dec 2003.
1168. “Person Sheet - Andrew Blackburn McFarland,” 8 Feb 2004, James C. Thompson, jim.thompson@mail.utexas.edu.
1169. “Gilroy Historical Museum, Dixon Duncan's family,” Ardis Hodges and her daughter Barbara Hendricks, ehodge@pacbell.net, 13 June 2001, Book B male index page 191.
1170. “1920 Federal Census,” Justice Precinct No. 6, Frio Co., Texas, enumerated 20 Jan 1920, Roll: T625_1802 Page: 1B ED: 53 Image: 0382, http://www.ancestry.com/.
29 29 BERRY, Linn E. Head M W 61 M Texas Texas NC Farmer
, Martha F. Wife F W 58 M Texas NC Miss
, Ora Dau F W 36 S Texas Texas Texas
, Ernest E. Son M W 31 S Texas Texas Texas Farmer
, Jack Son M W 24 S Texas Texas Texas Farmer
, Ollie R. Dau F W 21 S Texas Texas Texas
, Esther Dau F W 19 S Texas Texas Texas
1171. Pigford, “Re: Pigford Families of Frio County, TX,” #37, 16 Jan 2004, http://genforum.genealogy.com/pigford/messages/37.html, Doris Ann Brown Buhr, dabuhr@earthlink.net.
1172. “Duncan Information,” Nelda, marvinandnelda@juno.com, 5 May 2004.
1173. “1880 Census,” Morgan, Decatur Co., Iowa, Family History Library Film 1254336 NA Film Number T9-0336 Page Number 336A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Joseph A. DUNCAN Self M Male W 49 KY Farmer KY KY
Rebecca DUNCAN Wife M Female W 44 IL Keeping House GA KY
George GATLIFF SSon S Male W 17 IA Works On Farm KY IL
Possie E. GATLIFF SDau S Female W 12 IA At Home KY IL
Depha F. GATLIFF SDau S Female W 4 KS KY IL
1174. “Joseph A. Duncan/Joseph L. Gatliff(husbands of Rebecca Wakefield),” Nelda, marvinandnelda@juno.com, 8 May 2004.
1175. “1880 Census,” Lineville, Wayne Co., Iowa, Family History Library Film 1254369 NA Film Number T9-0369 Page Number 327A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
1880 Census Lineville, Wayne Co., Iowa
Family History Library Film 1254369 NA Film Number T9-0369 Page Number 327A
G. D. LOVETT Self M Male W 31 IA Farmer KY TN
Eliza Ann LOVETT Wife M Female W 31 MO Keeps House --- IN
Isaac M. LOVETT Son S Male W 11 IA At Home IA MO
Joseph W. LOVETT Son S Male W 9 IA At Home IA MO
Alpharetta LOVETT Dau S Female W 7 IA At Home IA MO
Bessie LOVETT Dau S Female W 5 MO At Home IA MO
Linney M. LOVETT Dau S Female W 3 IA At Home IA MO
Willie LOVETT Son S Male W 1 IA At Home IA MO
Eliza MAITIN MotherL W Female W 66 VA At Home VA TN
1176. “1880 Census,” Allerton, Wayne Co, Iowa, Family History Library Film 1254369 NA Film Number T9-0369 Page Number 350C, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
1880 Census Allerton, Wayne Co, Iowa
Family History Library Film 1254369 NA Film Number T9-0369 Page Number 350C
Alex LINTHICUM Self M Male W 33 VA Butcher VA VA
Brawner LINTHICUM Wife M Female W 26 IA Keeping House KY KY
Estella I. LINTHICUM Dau S Female W 4 IA VA IA
Ethel A. LINTHICUM Dau S Female W 1 IA VA IA
1177. “Bob Francis' Genealogy Database,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/darby/2/, Bob Francis, darby@nemr.net, GenCircle site, 1903.
1178. “Certificate of Death,” April 4, 1928, Kimball Co., IA, 4208, photocopy.
1179. Wayne Co., IA, “Marriage Records,” Book 2, p. 458, December 24, 1875, Authenticated Record of Marriage, April 11, 1988.
1180. “General Grant Hazard Duncan,” Mona Katherine Claycomb, mona_katherine@yahoo.com, 28 May 2003.
1181. “Re: Shriver ancestry,” Karen Shriver Reichle, laketara@msn.com, 1 Feb 2003.
1182. “A genealogy question..,” Dwan Tape, dwan@motherstuff.com, 31 May 2001.
1183. Telephone, Gene Atkins, 31 May 2001, JLB, Grover, Cleveland Co., NC.
1184. “Re: Rebecca Ann GARTON / William Joseph Hewitt,” Karen Stewart, kstewart@helios.acomp.usf.edu, 21 May 2002.
1186. Funeral Card, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/wm_hewitt_obit.html, Karen Stewart, kstewart@helios.acomp.usf.edu.
1187. “Roy Thomas Garton/Hazel Leathers,” Pat Hayes, PatsPassion@cox.net, 27 Mar 2004.
1188. Letter, Florence Fancher, Leslie P. Dryden, 27 Mar 1959.
Pages 89 to 91 of “Dryden, Shanandoah IV” notebook for ‘Book II’ DRYDENS, Edward H. Nabb Research Center, Salixbury State University, Salisbury, MD
--copied by Carol Vass, svass@aol.com, April 2001.
1189. “1870 Census,” Bacon Township, Vernon Co., MO, Affidavit, 25 Jun 1958.
Page 94 of “Dryden, Shanandoah IV” notebook for ‘Book II’ DRYDENS, Edward H. Nabb Research Center, Salixbury State University, Salisbury, MD
--copied by Carol Vass, svass@aol.com, April 2001.
1191. “Gilroy Historical Museum, Dixon Duncan's family,” Ardis Hodges and her daughter Barbara Hendricks, ehodge@pacbell.net, 13 June 2001, Book A 1851 - 1858 of Marriages in Santa Clara County Index, p. 61.
1192. “Gilroy Historical Museum, Dixon Duncan's family,” Ardis Hodges and her daughter Barbara Hendricks, ehodge@pacbell.net, 13 June 2001, Book B male index page 146.
1193. “Gilroy Historical Museum, Dixon Duncan's family,” Ardis Hodges and her daughter Barbara Hendricks, ehodge@pacbell.net, 13 June 2001, Marriages, Santa Clara County, Book B male index page 638.
1194. Misc. genealogical documents, Maurice W. Dick, MDick87352@aol.com, June 14, 2001.
1195. “Information,” Kaylie Nugent Utter, kaylie@advantageone.org, 15 August 2003.
1196. “1860 Federal Census,” Kentucky, Whitley Co., Rockholds P O, Series: M653 Roll: 400 Page: 742, enumerated July 18, 1860, Heritage Quest Online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ky/whitley/census/1860/0818.gif.
838 773 Isaac King 84 M farm TN
Jane “ 70 F VA
Edward “ 25 M “ KY
Susanah Sullivan 15 F MO
Joseph Sullivan 13 M MO
Wm Sullivan 7 M MO
839 777 Wm T. King 35 M farm KY
Virginia C. “ 24 F KY
Edward L. “ 3 M KY
Sarah J. “ 1 F KY
Margaret E. “ 3/12 F KY
1197. “Barbara Craddock Shultz,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/barbdale/4, Barbara Craddock Shultz (formerly Pike), BarbaraShultz@flash.net.
1198. “New England Ancestors,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~hubbard/a1.htm#i16, Coralynn Brown, CL38911@aol.com, 7 July 2001.
1199. “Berry genealogy,” Linda Berry, ponyduck@wf.net, 3 Aug 2001.
1200. Victor Berry, “Online Family Tree - Berry-Essary,” http://oft.myfamily.com/main.asp.
1201. “JHB.ged,” 15 Aut 2001, Robert W. Cameron, bobcameron@sssnet.com.
1202. “Corrections,” Laura Benglesdorf, Zweigx@aol.com, 12 Apr 2002.
1203. “Obituary,” Dallas-Fort Worth Star Telegrm, Dallas-Fort Worth, TX, Nov. 8, 2002.
1204. told by Vivian Taylor Wasson, August 1988, to Lori Chiaravalle Williams.
1205. A Continuation of the Writing of Lizzie Mitchel, Lucy Beth (Denney) Terry, May, 1985.
1206. “Fwd: Info re Cleva Atha DENNEY,” Mary Godsell, mailto:maryg3@earthlink.net, Sept. 25, 2006.
1207. “1880 Census,” Precinct 1, Montague Co., Texas, Family History Library Film 1255320 NA Film Number T9-1320 Page Number 369D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
J. M. DOKE Self M Male W 47 TN Farmer TN TN
Martha J. DOKE Wife M Female W 47 TN House Keeping TN TN
James J. DOKE Son S Male W 22 TX Farmer TN TN
Caldonia DOKE Dau S Female W 19 TX TN TN
Anninias DOKE Son S Male W 14 TX Farmer TN TN
Elizabeth DOKE Dau S Female W 10 TX TN TN
Burnette DOKE Son S Male W 8 TX TN TN
Cora DOKE Dau S Female W 5 TX TN TN
George GASTING Other Male W 22 KY Laborer --- ---
DRUMMETT Other Male W 83 KY --- ---
1208. “1880 Census,” Precinct 3, Tarrant Co., Texas, Family History Library Film 1255328 NA Film Number T9-1328 Page Number 122D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Asper D. DENNEY Self M Male W 35 MO Farmer TN TN
Mary C. DENNEY Wife M Female W 35 TN Keeping House TN TN
Frank S. DENNEY Son S Male W 12 AR At Home MO TN
Melvin B. DENNEY Son S Male W 10 AR At Home MO TN
Ransome R. DENNEY Son S Male W 8 AR MO TN
Lillie P. DENNEY Dau S Female W 5 AR MO TN
Cam B. DENNEY Son S Male W 3 TX MO TN
Priest L. DENNEY Son S Male W 4M TX MO TN
1209. “Genealogy,” http://www.berry.org/, Tommie Edward Berry, Tom@berry.org, Nov. 16, 2005.
1210. “Descendants of Thomas Berry 1718-1799,” Research Papers, Beth Crow, Madras, OR, bjcrow@madras.net, February, 1999.
1212. handwritten letter, Rudolph Gouge, Mary J. Gouge, undated, photocopy in poss of James L. Berry.
1213. “A brief history of Berry Petroleum Company,” Berry Petroleum Company, http://www.bry.com/history.htm.
1214. “UAF OPENS NEW SCIENCE BUILDING,” http://www.uaf.edu/univrel/media/fy96/016.html, September 21, 1995.
1215. “Women in Alaska’s History - Ethel Bush Berry,” Elizabeth Beckett and Sarah Teel, http://library.thinkquest.org/11313/Gold_Rush/ethel.html?tqskip1=1&tqtime=0731, 1997.
1216. “info on Maxine Mary Apple,” Tim Robertson, TRober8486@aol.com, 5 Feb 2002.
1217. “Violet Bouse Obituary,” Farmington Public Library Obituaries, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mackley/Library_obits_Jpegs/Obits_B_s/Obits_BO/BO_000338.jpg.
1218. “Stephens3.ged,” 26 July 2001, Terri Skeels Carr, tlcarr@mstar2.net.
1219. ““STEPHENS”,” 21 Oct 2001, ““leon stephens”,” july 2002, Vickie Brimm, bbrimm@charter.net.
1220. “family tree,” Billy and Vickie Brimm, vbrimm@charter.net, 12 Jul 2002, & attached .jpg image of marriage license.
1221. “Incorrect names,” Clarissa Wilson, garywilson89@valornet.com, Oct. 21, 2005.
1222. “Re: Essary’s,” Connie Anderson, treeshaker89@hotmail.com, 1 Dec 2001.
1223. “Descendants of John Sharp (son of Preston C.) Berry,” 25 Sep 2001, Malinda J. Perkett, MJPerkett@yahoo.com, John Sharp Berry.
1224. “BERRY-HOFFMAN BRANCH,” Notes, John Sharp Berry Family Bible, in possession of Margaret Hoffman Ashmore, Leander, TX.
1225. “S.S. Application,” Isaac Marion Essary, 2 Dec 1936, 414 North Hultz, Russell, KS, 509-07-7850, b. 15 Sep 1891, Cape Fair, Stone Co., MO, f. Isham Essary, m. Nancy Jane Baker, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/IMG/applic/isaac_essary_ss.jpg.
1226. “Answer to questions,” Jack Carney, applejack@winfinity.com, 16 Aug 2001.
1227. “The Family of James Patrick Berry,” Cardon Berry, cjberry@cminet.net, 30 Apr 2002.
1228. “S.S. Application,” Lloyd Roland Berry, 5 April 1955, Rt. 2, Eads, CO, 521-48-2384, b. 30 Sep 1913, Harveyville, Lyon Co., KS, f. James Patrick Berry, m. Kern Pearl Sheesley, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/IMG/applic/lloyd_r_berry_ss.jpg.
1229. “S.S. Application,” George William Berry, 29 Sep 1937, RFD 2, Box 22, Eads, CO, 522-12-3454, b. 2 Jun 1912, Burlingame, KS, f. James Patrick Berry, m. Kern Pearl Sheesley, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/IMG/applic/geo_w_berry_ss.jpg.
1230. Greener Pastures, From the Tidewater to Texas and Beyond, Rogers, Weldon Wayne, Marietta, Georgia, 1996.
1231. “Descendants of Samuel Forsythe,” 2 Sep 2002, Charles W. (Buddy) Wagner, Wagnerc10@aol.com.
1232. “Family,” Richard LeBow, richlebow@isp.com, 3 June 2004.
1233. “Tabitha Edwards and Osburn Jones,” Donna Gilbert Delgadillo, donna@silverdp.com, 4 June 2004, per Tabitha Randolph Gilbert death certificate.
1234. “Will of Margaret McChesney,” dated the 22nd day of March 1824, transcribed by Carol Vass, SVass@aol.com.
I Margaret MaChesny being weak in body but of sound mind being in all prebability on my last bed of sickness have made this my last will and testament as follows that is I appoint James Berry my executer and first I give and bequeath to my Sisters Patsey Montgomery, Nancy B. McChesney and Betsey A. McChesney the sum of sixty dollars each to be paid them by executors within three years after my decease to retain the said several sums until time expires with out being accuntable for interest. I leave for the use of my sister Polly Steele the sum Sixty Dollars allowing my executer to pay the same to her in such way and at such times as he may think her necessities require or in case of her death to divide the same among her daughters at his own discretion I also leave to my sister Steel one feather bed and clothing provided she should move to this county I leave to the Southern and Westrn Theological Seminary located at Maryville the sum of fourty dollars one fourth of which to be paid annally after my decease until the whole is paid and lastly after the debts that I may owe are paid and my funeral expenses are discharged I leaver the ballance or my estate of every description entirely to my Sister Rebecca Berry - In testimony where of I have hereunto Set hand and seal this 22nd day of March 1824

Margaret McChesney (Seal)
Witness - Signed by direction of testator published and declared as and for her last will and testamant in precence of us who in her presence and in presence of each other and at her request have subscribed our names herunto as witnesses the date above. Jacob F. Foute, J. Montgomery.
1235. “Descendants of William M. BERRY,” Teresa Walker, twalker@iland.net, 8 June 2004.
1236. “James Berry/Rebecca Reagan Descendants,” Carol Mitchell, February, 2002, carolmit@usaor.net.
1237. “Re: Berry Family DNA Project,” Carol Vass, SVass@aol.com, 13 June 2004.
1238. “Genealogy and Genealogy, pt. 2,” Charles Redmon Berry, Crb9732@aol.com, May 10, 2011.
1239. “BERRY,” Edna L. Wright, Ridgefarm, IL, “Ancestral File (R),” The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998.
1240. “Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation,” http://www.smgf.org/index.jspx, Pedigrees for Augusta/Washington Co. Berrys, http://tinyurl.com/yo8gog.
1241. “DESCENDANTS OF CHARLES HENRY PETERSON AND NANCY ANN RANKIN PETERSON,” Charles Redmon Berry, Crb9732@aol.com, April, 2011.
1242. “(no subject),” Charles Redmon Berry, Crb9732@aol.com, 14 June 2004.
1243. “Berry/Claypoole data,” K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com, 18 June 2004.
1244. “Portrait and biographical record of Macoupin County, Illinois :,” containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens of the county, together with biographies of all the governors of the state, and of the presidents of the United States., Chicago: Biographical Pub. Co., 1891, 893 pgs., p. 832, HeritageQuest Online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/prod/genealogy/image?docID=Genealogy-glh34278110&imageNumber=819.
1245. Ancestry, “Claypoole,” 19 Mar 2002, http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/message/an/surnames.claypoole/49, Toby Brown, tobybrown@adelphia.net.
1246. “William Preston Berry,” Maxine Sutherlin, Sutherlinj@aol.com, 20 June 2004.
1247. “Geaneology update,” Cheryl Ann Baker, cheryl2680@sbcglobal.net, Dec. 29, 2007.
1248. “Berry Family,” Debbie Bigham, debbigham1@linkline.net, 18 May 2004.
1249. “Sutherlin gedcom file,” Sutherlinj@aol.com, 5 July 2004, sutherli.ged.
1250. “1920 US Census,” California, Tulare Co., Porterville, enumerated Jan 8, 1920, Heritage Quest Online, Series: T625 Roll: 153 Page: 72, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/.
Orr, John H. head M W 31 M Iowa Scotland Wisconsin Orchardist Citrus
Mildred wife F W 33 M Nebraska Wisconsin Wisconsin
Lorena dau F W 16 S California Iowa Nebraska
Maxwell son M W 12 S California Iowa Nebraska
Gwendoline dau F W 9 S California Iowa Nebraska
William son M W 2 1/2 S California Iowa Nebraska
1251. “Re: Ethel M. Frame,” Barbara L. Orr Gregory, Bbabasturn@aol.com, 6 July 2004.
1252. “RECORDS FOR WINTER M. KNIGHT FAMILY YOU DON'T HAVE IN YOUR TREE,” Janet Lockard, jblockard@comcast.net, 8 August 2004.
1253. Telephone, Carmen Berry Blevins, 20 August 2004, jim berry.
1254. “1930 Census,” Abingdon Dist (North Part), Washington Co., Virginia, enumerated 18 April 1930, HeritageQuestOnline Series: T626 Roll: 2463 Page: 251, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/prod/genealogy/index.
BURRY, E. C. Head M W 57 M 30 VA VA VA Farmer
Allie L. Wife F W 43 M 16 VA VA VA
Malcom Son M W 19 S VA VA VA
Myrtie Dau F W 16 S VA VA VA
Frank Son M W 14 S VA VA VA
Edward Son M W 11 S VA VA VA
Thomas Son M W 9 S VA VA VA
Lewis Son M W 9 S VA VA VA
E. L. Son M W 6 S VA VA VA
Dortha Dau F W 4 7/12 S VA VA VA
1255. “Berry family,” Carmen Berry Blevins, May 21, 2009.
1256. “1920 Census,” Abingdon, Washington Co., Virginia, enumerated 10 & 13 Jan 1920, HeritageQuestOnline Series: T625 Roll: 1917 Page: 15, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/prod/genealogy/index.
BERRY, Edward C. Head M W 46 M VA VA VA Farmer
Ollie L. Wife F W 33 M VA VA VA
Irene L. Dau F W 13 S VA VA VA
Ruth E. Dau F W 11 S VA VA VA
Charlie M. Son M W 9 S VA VA VA
Myrtle E. Dau F W 6 S VA VA VA
Frank R. Son M W 4 2/12 S VA VA VA
Edward G. Son M W 11/12 S VA VA VA
McCauty, Brack Half-uncle M W 59 S VA VA VA
1257. “1900 Census,” Abingdon, Washington Co., Virginia, enumerated 8 June 1900, HeritageQuestOnline Series: T623 Roll: 1731 Page: 19, http://persi.heritagequestonline.com/hqoweb/library/do/census/results/image?surname=berry&series=12&state=11&countyid=672&hitcount=14&p=1&urn=urn%3Aproquest%3AUS%3Bcensus%3B17858134%3B124112842%3B12%3B11&searchtype=1&offset=13.
BERRY, Thomas B. Head W M April 1843 57 M 34 VA VA VA Farmer
Nannie J. Wife W F June 1843 56 M 34 5 4 VA VA VA
Edward C. Son W M May 1873 27 S VA VA VA Blacksmith
Francis D. Son W M Jan 1876 24 S VA VA VA Farmer
Ida V. Dau W F Oct 1882 17 S VA VA VA
1258. “Re: Green Spring Cemetery,” Jan LaMotte, jlamott99@msn.com, 12 Nov 2002.
1259. “Genealogy of the Berry and Associated Families,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~berry/, Jim Jackson, Carol Vass, Marie Loughlin, 3 April 2000, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~berry/Report005/WC01/WC01_137.htm.
1260. “Mary Ellen Gouge,” Linda Ellison Chadwick, lbec46@earthlink.net, 1 Oct 2004.
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1263. “Welcome to my Genealogy Page.,” http://annejj.com/jamesdanielashmore.html, riss@m34u.net.
1264. “Margaret Kathryn Wilson,” Gene O. Roberts, gorobrts@attbi.com, 16 May 2002.
1265. Betty Lue Miller Patty, cbpatty@bulloch.net, 1 Oct 2003, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I15623.
1266. “Vieira information,” Kathleen Marie (Vieira) Honeycutt, khonycot@columbia-center.org, 21 April 2002.
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1271. “Re: Glenn E. Honeycutt,” Michelle Honeycutt Macgregor, MICHELLEMACGREGO@aol.com, 8 Sept 2002.
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1276. “Certificate of Birth.” States father, Homer Cecil Brown, was born in Marrowbone Twp, Moultrie Co, IL.
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1278. “Certificate of Death,” Toledo, Cumberland Co., IL, State File #6691.
1279. “Iowa Marriages,” Ringgold Co., Cert# 80-1523.
1280. “Ethan A. Miles, "A Hoosier Pioneer",” Genealogy Library, Indpls, IN.
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1282. “1850 Census.,” DuPage Twp, Will Co., IL, enumerated 8 Sept 1850 by H. N. Marsh.
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1286. Cumberland County 1968 Historical Biographical Sesquicentennial Issue., p. 46.
1287. “Cemeteries of Cumberland Co., IL,” 2nd Edition.
1288. “Index of Settled Estates,” Vigo Co, IN.
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1291. “Certificate of Death,” Register No. 353, # 39156, Indiana State Board of Health.
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1295. “Obituary,” The Terre Haute Tribune, Friday, December 12, 1924, p. 2.
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1297. “Re: Bobby Max Browning,” Patti Browning Strickler, strickp@juno.com, 19 Feb 2002.
1298. “Certificate of Birth,” Moultrie Co. Clerk's Record.
1299. “Marriage License,” Toledo, Cumberland Co, IL, Register 11, No. 1683, pg 193.
1300. “Re: hello and thanks,” Jim Mahoney, jfm2@frontiernet.net, 7/29/03.
1301. “Resend of earlier email,” David L. Bonnett, davidb40@netzero.net, 17 Jan 2003.
1302. GenCircle Message, “Laura V. SPARKS,” http://www.gencircles.com/messages/read/users/2736796/1/67.html, David L. Bonnett, davidb@netzero.net, January 17, 2003.
1303. “genealogy search: Isaac Wilson/Martha Burleson/Mary Eliza Wilson,” Pat Wilson Charles, Mikechar44@aol.com, 25 Oct 2001.
1304. “1860 Census,” Camp Branch Twp., Cass Co., Missouri, enumerated 13 June 1860, HeritageQuestOnline Series:, http://persi.heritagequestonline.com/hqoweb/library/do/census/results/image?surname=berry&series=12&state=11&countyid=672&hitcount=14&p=1&urn=urn%3Aproquest%3AUS%3Bcensus%3B17858134%3B124112842%3B12%3B11&searchtype=1&offset=13.
David Reed 52 M W Farmer Ky
Fatima 47 F W Ky
Solomon 22 M W Mo
Louisa 19 F W Mo
Manerva 15 F W Mo
Commodore P. 13 M W Mo
Susan R. 11 F W Mo
Mary F. 7 F W Mo
David B. 5 M W Mo
1305. “Commodore,” Vern & Carol Rumley, rummy@ptd.net, 23 Dec 2004.
1306. “Ancestors of Kurt LeBoeuf - Genealogy Research,” http://www.cox-internet.com/kleboeuf/gen/fam.html, Kurt LeBoeuf, leboeufkurt@cox-internet.com, 20 Sep 2004.
1307. “Post-em,” B. Edward, bedwrd82@relia.net, 24 Apr 2002, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I16591.
1308. “Bertie Miller,” Carol Kitzmiller, tomk616@earthlink.net, 9 Nov 2001.
1309. “1880 Census,” Boonville, Cooper Co., Missouri, Family History Library Film 1254683 NA Film Number T9-0683 Page Number 263D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
1310. “Descendants of Joseph Sr. Hughes,” 4 Sep 2002, Mary Lewis, jimlewis49@msn.com.
1311. “McFarland Cemetery,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~txfannin/ceme-mcfarland.html, 11 may 2002.
1312. “McFarland Family,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~txfannin/mcfarlandfamily.html, 11 May 2002.
1313. “Descendants of Carroll George,” typed notes of Velma Amy Alice Towers George, Janet Kennedy, KennedySweens@aol.com, October 8, 2005.
1314. “CLARK.PAF.” Date of Import: May 19, 1999.
1315. “sloan.ged,” 19 Oct 2003, Debra Schafer, dschafer@bak.rr.com.
1316. “Shilo Cemetery,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~txfannin/ceme-shilo.html, 11 May 2002.
1317. “Descendants of Dudley Horn,” 4 Sep 2002, Mary Lewis, jimlewis49@msn.com.
1318. “Re: Amanda Hughes,” Mary Kelly quoting ‘Gary’, jimlewis49@msn.com, 4 Sep 2002.
1319. “Crooked Creek,” http://www.internetbaglady.com/genealogy/index.html, Jody Lyn Rea McFadden, jodymc@pacbell.net, 9 Jan 2003.
1320. “GRANDMOTHER McFARLAND: EARLY TEXAS SETTLER,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~txfannin/mcfarlandmjane.html, Jean Shelley Jennings Henry (DeBusk), 11 May 2002.
1321. “Re: Gutzman Cousin?,” Michael Charles Julius Gutzman to Mina, Mina M. Ostergard, minao@mother.com, 12 Nov 2001.
1322. “1880 Census,” Payette Valley, Ada Co., Idaho, Family History Library Film1254173 NA Film NumberT9-0173 Page Number42C, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
John QUIN Self M Male W 36 AR Barber SC AR
Senora I. QUIN Wife M Female W 30 AR Keeping House AL AR
Delia D. QUIN Dau S Female W 8 AR AR AR
Corina A. QUIN Dau S Female W 6 AR AR AR
William C. QUIN Son S Male W 4 AR AR AR
Myrtle M. QUIN Dau S Female W 2 OR AR AR
John GARDINER Other S Male W 17 VT Farmer VA VA
1323. “Re: Missouri Jones,” Debra Schafer, dschafer@bak.rr.com, 25 Jan 2004.
1324. “1880 Census,” Precinct 8, Fannin Co., Texas, Family History Library Film 1255303 NA Film NumberT9-1303 Page Number 548D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
William JONES Self M Male W 53 IL Farmer IL IL
Missouri JONES Wife M Female W 49 MO Keeping House MO MO
Edd JONES Son S Male W 14 TX At School IL MO
Clarrence JONES Son S Male W 9 TX IL MO
Taylor JONES Son S Male W 4 TX IL MO
1326. “Robert Sloan, 1801 - 1868, Cumberland Presbyterian Minister,” http://www.cumberland.org/hfcpc/MINISTER/SloanR.htm, 11 May 2002.
1327. “1880 Census,” Wellington, Lafayette Co., Missouri, Family History Library Film 1254697 NA Film Number T9-0697 Page Number 141C, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
H. L. MARSHALL Self M Male W 49 MO Druggist TN TN
Cordilia V. MARSHALL Wife M Female W 43 MO Keeps Home NC KY
Luther W. MARSHALL Son S Male W 14 MO MO MO
Eugene MARSHALL Son S Male W 11 MO MO MO
Lucy MARSHALL Dau S Female W 3 MO MO MO
Nelly MARSHALL Dau S Female W 7M MO MO MO
Lucy TAYLOR Other S Female B 16 MO Laborer MO KY
1328. “David Dunlop.”
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1329. “Re: Photos,” Debra Schafer, DSchafer@bak.rr.c, 12 & 13 May 2002.
1330. “1880 Census,” Precinct 8, Fannin Co., Texas, Family History Library Film 1255303 NA Film NumberT9-1303 Page Number551A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
James TERRY Self M Male W 33 IL Farmer IL IL
Olly TERRY Wife M Female W 34 MO Keeping House KY NC
Ida TERRY Dau S Female W 12 TX IL MO
James TERRY Son S Male W 10 TX Works On F. IL MO
Charley TERRY Son S Male W 7 TX IL MO
Conley TERRY Son S Male W 5 TX IL MO
Ada TERRY Dau S Female W 1 TX IL MO
1331. “Descendants of Phinace Albert Sunderland,” 16 Nov 2003, Mary Hardy, qctooo@yahoo.com.
1332. GenCircle Site, “Hemphill Family,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/jlhemphill/1, Jerald L. Hemphill, jlhemphill@inorbit.com.
1333. “David (Daniel?) Cook,” http://members.aol.com/jrcookdal/dcook.html, Bill Cook, wcook14024@aol.com, 27 Apr 2002.
1334. “Cook Family,” Colleen Cook, candmcook@attbi.com, Mar./Apr. 2002.
1335. “1880 Census,” Mullentown, Wayne Co., Kentucky, Family History Library Film 1254445 NA Film Number T9-0445 Page Number 513D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Benjamin BECK Self W Male W 61 KY Farmer VA TN
Sarah E. BECK Dau S Female W 33 KY Keeping House KY KY
Gilbert BECK Son S Male W 25 KY Farmer KY KY
Solomon W. BECK Son S Male W 23 KY Farmer KY KY
Elijah A. BECK Son S Male W 21 KY Farmer KY KY
Sydney P. BECK Son S Male W 19 KY Helps On Farm KY KY
Martha F. BECK Dau S Female W 15 KY At Home KY KY
1336. GenCircle Site, “Clarks of Otter Creek & Related Families,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/gmcflc/1, Fay Clark, gmcflc@integrityonline30.com.
1337. “William Beck 1848-1922,” Colleen Beck-Domanico, Beckck@aol.com, 30 Apr 2002.
1338. GenCircle Site, “William Warriner Family,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/marigayw/9, Marigay, marigay@juno.com.
1339. GenCircle Site, “Thompson,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/family_ties/1, J. C. Thompson, txcherind@aol.com.
1340. “Descendants of Wilbern Taylor,” 25 Nov 2001, Elizabeth Ann Collier Suhl, ASuhl59142@aol.com.
1341. “Re: Winfred Browne,” Elizabeth Ann Collier Suhl, ASuhl59142@aol.com, 9 August 2003.
1342. “Re: Genealogy,” David Dorman, Dorman313@aol.com, 4 May 2002.
1343. “Re: Joseph Berry 1773-1834,” Imogene Bennett, Imogene.Bennett@att.net, 24 Sep 2004.
1344. “McFarland line,” Riley Scott, rws@texoma.net, 10 Feb 2002.
1345. “Re: McFarland,” Gay Deaton Roden, roadend@msn.com, 30 June 2003.
1346. Letter, Ashley “Bruce” Hart, Jim Berry, 18 Mar 2002.
1347. “Re: may,” Denise Harrington Kinsey, dnkmom50@hotmail.com, 29 Jun 2002.
1348. “Snethen Family.com,” http://snethenfamily.com/default.htm, Joe W. Vann III, Joe.W.Vann@mvr02.usace.army.mil, Oct. 21, 2005.
1349. “RE: Re: Snethen Family,” Elma Rose Snethen, elmarose1e@netscape.net, 19 Jan 2002.
1350. “Indian Pioneer History Project for Oklahoma,” April 8, 1937, Name: Oscar Dryden (white), Post Office: Chickasha, Oklahoma, Residence Address: 1301 North 6th Street, Date of Birth: July 5, 1873, Place of Birth: Texas, D.A. Dryden, Place of Birth: Missouri, Information of father: buried in Oklahoma, Mother: Martha Allman, Place of birth: Missouri, Information on mother: buried in Oklahoma, Field Worker: Thad Smith, Jr.
1351. “RootsWeb info about Harriett Ann Hibdon's family.,” Mike McMillon, rmmcmillon@yahoo.com, 22 Mar 2007.
1352. “Re: Evans Family tree,” Sandra Zelsman, zelmark@advertisnet.com, Nov. 20, 2004.
1353. “Evans Family tree,” Sandra Zelsman, zelmark@advertisnet.com, 31 Oct 2004.
1354. “Allen/Sutton,” Linda Cox, Fishgen@aol.com, 27 Jan 2002.
1356. “Richard L. Moser, Family Tree,” http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=dickmoser&id=I00427, Richard L. Moser, dmoser@cablespeed.com, 10 sept 2002.
1357. “Re: Rebecca L. McFarland,” Caroljean McLain, Namelesmom@AOL.com, 27 Mar - 20 May 2002.
1358. “update on the family tree,” Cindy Galbraith Irwin, twillow37@hotmail.com, 9 July 2004.
1359. Gouge Family Genealogy Forum, “Re: David Gouge, Sarah Campbell, Unicoi county, TN,” message #261, 16 Nov 2001, Geneva Willis Faw, wileyfaw@hotmail.com, GenForum, http://genforum.genealogy.com.
1360. GenCircle Site, “Rogers&Fitz&more,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/angora2000/1, Jean Rogers, angora@bellsouth.net.
1361. “"My Berry Family Genealogy",” Patricia Cleveland Gale, Pgale2@aol.com, 27 Jan 2004.
1362. BERRY-D Digest V02 #274, Green Berry, 14 Dec 2002, BERRY-D Digest V04 #16, Green C. Berry and John Berry of Missouri, 25 Jan 2004, Sterling Price Berry, spberry@worldnet.att.net.
1363. “1880 Census,” Jefferson Twp., Cole Co., Missouri, June 30, 1880, Family History Library Film 1254682 NA Film Number T9-0682, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Green C. BERRY Self M Male W 48 MO Farmer VA KY
Virginia T. BERRY Wife M Female W 47 VA Keeping House VA VA
Robert L. BERRY Son S Male W 16 MO Works On Farm MO VA
Nannie BERRY Dau S Female W 16 MO MO VA
Gustavas C. BERRY Son S Male W 11 MO MO VA
Frank F. BERRY Son S Male W 9 MO MO VA
Julia V. BERRY Dau S Female W 5 MO MO VA
George ENGLEBRECHT Other S Male W 26 BAVARIA Works On Farm BAV BAV
George STALN Other S Male W 18 MO Works On Farm GER GER
1364. “Tracy Estepps Tennessee Genealogy,” http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/e/s/t/Tracy-Estepp/TREE/index.html, Tracy Elizabeth Estepp, lizbeth6302@msn.com, 16 Dec 2002.
1365. “Higgins/McIntosh,” Linda Goins Simon, ColdMoon1252@aol.com, 16 Dec 2001.
1366. “Re: WorldConnect: Post-em posted,” Mallisa Goins, XXCareBearPowerX@aol.com, 20 Jan 2003.
1367. Heather Elms, emeraldsnow9@yahoo.com, 18 Sep 2002, from Joyce Morgan.
1368. “birthdate/place,” tandlelms@walkingpartners.info, November 18, 2007.
1369. “Andrew Jackson Long (2nd Gen).doc,” 25 Jan 2002, Betty Long Hunt, bklonghunt@peoplepc.com.
1370. “1880 Census,” District 10, Washington Co., Tennessee, Family History Library Film 1255284 NA Film Number T9-1284 Page Number 531A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Harvy G. LONG Self M Male W 53 VA Farmer VA VA
Wm G. LONG Son S Male W 21 VA Farm Hand VA VA
Charley N. LONG Son S Male W 14 VA Farm Hand VA VA
James B. LONG Son S Male W 8 VA VA VA
John COWEN Other Male W 20 TN Farm Hand --- ---
1371. “Re: Fwd: Pate's & Randolph's,” William Navey, navey@hotmail.com, 15 Dec 2001.
1372. “Berry Geneology.doc,” Cameron George Berry, elcamber@telus.net, January 8 & February 9, 2006.
1373. “Irish Midlands Ancestry,” “The Turpin Family of Tullamore, Co. Offaly,” http://www.irishmidlandsancestry.com/content/family_history/families/turpin.htm, Robert W. Brown, info@irishmidlandsancestry.com.
1374. “1860 Federal Census,” Kentucky, Whitley Co., Rockholds P O, Series: M653 Roll: 400 Page: 742, enumerated July 18, 1860, Heritage Quest Online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ky/whitley/census/1860/0778.gif.
838 773 Isaac King 84 M farm TN
Jane “ 70 F VA
Edward “ 25 M “ KY
Susanah Sullivan 15 F MO
Joseph Sullivan 13 M MO
Wm Sullivan 7 M MO
839 777 Wm T. King 35 M farm KY
Virginia C. “ 24 F KY
Edward L. “ 3 M KY
Sarah J. “ 1 F KY
Margaret E. “ 3/12 F KY
1375. “1860 Federal Census,” Kentucky, Whitley Co., Rockholds P O, Series: M653 Roll: 400 Page: 742, enumerated July 18, 1860, Heritage Quest Online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ky/whitley/census/1860/0717.gif.
838 773 Isaac King 84 M farm TN
Jane “ 70 F VA
Edward “ 25 M “ KY
Susanah Sullivan 15 F MO
Joseph Sullivan 13 M MO
Wm Sullivan 7 M MO
839 777 Wm T. King 35 M farm KY
Virginia C. “ 24 F KY
Edward L. “ 3 M KY
Sarah J. “ 1 F KY
Margaret E. “ 3/12 F KY
1376. BERRY-L, “Berry Family DNA Project--Sharp/Berry Line,” Lois Sharp Tonoff, Sharp2tono@aol.com, Leslie Berry McLeod, LBM748@aol.com, 25 Oct 2003.
1377. “1860 Federal Census,” Kentucky, Whitley Co., Whetstone Pct., Berries P.O., Series: M653 Roll: 400 Page: 653, enumerated June11, 1860, Heritage Quest Online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com/, http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/ky/whitley/census/1860/0653.gif.
184 181 Nathan Sharp 33 M farm KY
Martha J. “ 29 F KY
Jno. C. “ 10 M KY
July Ann “ 9 F KY
Frank Pierce “ 7 M KY
Benjamin H. “ 5 M KY
Isaac Newton “ 3 M KY
Thomas C. “ 8/12 M KY
Cassandra Stephenson 53 F
1378. “Rootsweb Posting, Berry, etc,” Thomas Pemberton Vaughan, tpvaughan@aol.com, 12 Feb 2002.
1379. “Genealogy Questions..Pemberton, Attaway, Scroggs,” Linda Peckham Scroggs, WomenFly2@aol.com, 24 & 26 Nov 2002.
1380. “Descendants of Elkanah D. Pemberton,” Ann Kendall, AMKENDALL@msn.com, 5 Feb 2002.
1381. Ruby G. Buthe 1918-2005, St. Joseph News-Press Online, Obituaries, June 3, 2005, Web Posted 6/3/2005 1:50:00 AM, HTTP://www.stjoenews-press.com/main.asp?SectionID=81&subsectionID=276&articleID=65715.

RICHMOND, Mo. - Ruby G. Buthe, 86, of Richmond and formerly of Tarkio, Mo., died at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday, June 1, 2005, at the Ray County Memorial Hospital in Richmond.

Mrs. Buthe was born Sept. 25, 1918, near Columbus, Mo., to James Walter and Hattie E. (Black) Wilson.

She married James B. Buthe of Warrensburg, Mo., on Feb. 15, 1941. He survives of the home.

Additional survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Virginia B. and Robert E. Swafford, Richmond; a sister, Evelyn E. Bodenhamer, Warrensburg; a grandson and wife, J. Rob and Courtney L. Swafford; two great-grandchildren, Calvin G. Swafford and Claire J. Swafford; a stepgrandson, Gary L. Swafford; and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by two sons, James Wilson Buthe and Ronnie Ray Buthe; two brothers, John A. "Jack" Wilson and James D. Wilson; and a grandson, Paul Mark Swafford, who died in infancy.

Mrs. Buthe was a homemaker. She also worked as a bookkeeper and assistant in Buthe Oil Co. and Wrecker Service, Tarkio.

She was a member of Royal Neighbors, Tarkio; and the Tarkio Presbyterian Church.

The funeral service will be held on Saturday, June 4, at 11 a.m. at the Thurman Funeral Home in Richmond. Visitation will be held June 4 from 10 to 11 a.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be June 4 at 2 p.m. in Sunset Hill Cemetery in Warrensburg. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the American Diabetes Association.
1382. “ancestry,” tracie, lotsoboys@citlink.net, 4 Jun 2002.
1383. “Isabelle Jane Jay,” Judy Cowen-Hodges, jhodges@netcommander.com, Feb. 3, 2005.
1384. “ancestry,” Carolyn Reno, Travelinmimicary@aol.com, Nov. 6, 2004.
1385. “Berry/Beard/Dickey line info,” Helen Margaret Vogt (Marci) Hethmon, marci@hethmon.com, November 28, 2005.
1386. “CASTLES OF MY MIND,” Alphabetized Surname List A-B, Dec 8, 2000, Nelda L. Percival, nelda_percival@hotmail.com, http://216.239.53.100/search?q=cache:sjPezPku7OEC:www.geocities.com/Heartland/Fields/8731/namespage.html+%22gouge+cemetery%22+carter+co.&hl=en&ie=UTF-8.
1387. “REED/Gouge,” Larry McGirr, larrymcgirr3130@hotmail.com,lmcgirr@ssai.org, May 21, 2007.
1388. Rootsweb.Com Frio Co., Texas, “BERRY,” Bobbie Thompson, bwtomson@ktc.com, 15 May 2002.
1389. “web site,” Vicky Ring Hamilton, nakipr@ntelos.net, July 21 & 22, 2005.
1390. “'Tree', 'Irena', 'Josey' or 'Harris',” Vernon Rumley, rummy@ptd.net, 12, 13, 14, 18 or 21Aug 2003.
1391. “Re: Harris Family,” Larry G. Harris, lgharris_2000@yahoo.com, 12 Dec 2003 & 4 May 2007.
1392. McCutchen Trace, Hildegard Smith, Privately Published, 1964, Copy provided by Trish Harris, Walker Creek, CA.
1393. "Record of the Family of James Berry of the 2nd Generation" from the family files of Baxter Bell Berry, a descendant of Samuel Berry (1780-1855) and Anny Weir [1784-1834]. In possession of Jim Panttaja, Senior Vice President, Engineering, SecuraTrak, 55 Hawthorne Street, Suite 440, San Francisco, CA 94105 <jim@securatrak.com>
[NOTE: Baxter Bell Berry was a son of Samuel Berry/Anny Weir. Several handwritten documents can be traced through descendants of Baxter Bell Berry and appear to have been copied from the bible of Samuel Berry on 6 March 1852 in Menard Co, Illinois. The handwritten record for the children of James Berry and Elizabeth McCutchen reads: "Record of the family of James Berry of the 2nd generation who was born in the north of Scotland, and married a Lady by the name of McCutchan and went to Ireland from thence to America about the year 1764 and settled in Virginia to whom was born six sons and four daughters as follows Thomas, William James Samuel Jonathan John M Prudence Grizilla Mary and Sarah. About the year 1800 emigrated to the Northern part of Tennessee and in 1809 settled in Giles County Tennessee where he died in 1812." There are some obvious flaws with this statement: Research into the extended BERRY family of Augusta/Rockbridge indicates that they were in Augusta Co, VA by the mid-1740s. While there is every indication that the BERRYs were of Scotch-Irish descent, the statements about Scotland/Ireland probably represents a conflation of family history. On-going research indicates that James Berry died in 1804, in Montgomery Co, TN, not 1812 in Giles Co, TN. This value of the above old document lies in the identification of the ten children -- six sons and four daughters -- of James Berry and Elizabeth McCutchen.

Additional handwritten records for the children of Samuel Berry/Anny Weir, who was the son of James Berry/Elizabeth McCutchen can also be traced through the same descendants of Baxter Bell Berry and have the heading: 'Samuel Berry's Family Record, Drawen off of the original by B. B. Berry the 2nd Son of the above named Samuel and Anny Berry in Menard County Illinois March the 6th 1852.' Significantly, Baxter Bell Berry records the information from his father, Samuel Berry’s bible on March 6, 1852. Jim Panttaja cites source Alice Purvine Murphy, "The Rev. John M. Camron and Descendants 1790-1962", (1962), 3, 27. On page 27 a description of coming to California, leaving Oskaloosa, Iowa, 26 April, 1852 with Charles Pruvine, Silas Martin, and other family and neighbors. Baxter Bell Berry, son-in-law of Rev. John Cameron, was on the same April 26, 1852 move to California, just short weeks after he had copied his family history.]
1394. Berry Family Information: Descendants of James Berry/Elizabeth McCutchen, including extensive information on Rev. John McCutchen Berry, Cumberland Presbyterian Minister.
Children of James Berry/Elizabeth McCutchen:
http://www.cumberland.org/hfcpc/minister/Berry.htm
Biographical Sketch of Rev. John McCutchen Berry 1788-1857
Cumberland Presbyterian Minister
http://www.cumberland.org/hfcpc/minister/BerryJM.htm
1395. “Berry and Lincoln Frontier Merchants - The Store That ‘Winked Out’,” Zarel C Spears and Robert S. Barton, Stratford House, Inc., 52 Vanderbilt Ave., N.Y., NY, 1947.
1396. “Berry Family Information,” The Berry Patch, Berry, William Elwood, http://www.cumberland.org/hfcpc/minister/Berry.htm, 8 May 2002.
1397. Montgomery County, Tennessee Deed Books
FHL Film #0320857: “Montgomery Co, TN Deed Book A & B, 1789-1805”
[Book “B”, Page 374-375] Allen Grace to James Berry, 219 1/2 acres, 20 Jan 1799
[Book “B”, Page 381-382] James Berry to Morgan Brown, 40 acres, 6 Dec 1800
[Book “B”, Page 516-517] James Berry to Bryant Whitfield, 3 1/4 acres, 15 July 1802

FHL Film #0320858: “Montgomery Co, TN, Deed Book D & H, 1806-1809”
[Book “D”, Page 67-69] Heirs of James Berry, Deceased to Bryant Whitfield, 214 acres
30 Dec 1806
[Book “H”, Page 573-574] Jonathan Berry Deed to Bryant Whitfield, 2 acres, 20 Dec 1808
[Book “H”, Page 576-577] William Berry, p/o/a to Samuel Berry, [re 2 acres] 2 Sept 1807
[Book “H”, Page 566-567] Maxwells, Huttons, & Steels p/o/a to James Berry, Christian Co, KY
[re 2 acres] 20 Jan 1808
1398. Family Files of Jim Panttaja, San Francisco, CA <jim@securatrak.com> "Descendants of James Berry"
1399. “Frazier/Humpston Family Tree,” http://www.rrfrazier.com/index.htm, Randy & Cil Frazier, cfrazier2@carolina.rr.com.
1400. “Timeline -- Life of Samuel Berry,” Beth J. Crow, Madras, Oregon, December, 1999.
1401. “Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 1763–1900,” llinois State Archives & the Illinois State Genealogical Societ, http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/archives/genealogy/forms/marrsrch.html, Illinois State Archives, http://www2.sos.state.il.us/departments/archives/genealogy/marrsrch.html.
1402. “Descendants of Vincent M. Ross,” April 26, 2005, Marilyn Ross, kelci@inebraska.com.
1403. “Coming to America “The Melton,/Miltons”,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=stubbymike, Michael R. Leisure, StubbyVNVLV@aol.com, 7 Jan 2002.
1404. “Virtue - Melton Family,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:878187, Steven Virtue, virtueby4@aol.com, 10 Jan 2002.
1405. “William Griffin Jeter and Elizabeth McCutchen Berry,” http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~baily/pages/wgj.html, C. Victor Jeter, estelle@fullnet.com, 6 May 2002.
1406. “Descendants of HUTTON and REDUS families,” http://home.satx.rr.com/pthomson/, Patrick W. Thomson, pthomson@satx.rr.com.
1407. billie hardy jones, bhjones6705@sbcglobal.net, 29 Aug 2003, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I20004.
1408. “bathsheba jones - william maxwell williams,” Betty, Jwmar4@aol.com, 1 Apr 2002.
1409. “Descendants of Thomas Berry & Elizabeth Walker,” Linda Atkins, blwkk@bellsouth.net, based on information in the archives at Berry College, Rome, Georgia.
(Source: Shirley Foster Kinney & James Paul Kinney Jr., Myrtle Hill Cemetery Book)
1410. “The Family History of James H. Duff-McDuffee & Nancy Ann Whitson with Ancestors and Descendants,” Ted McDuffee, Tennessee Valley Publishing, 1999.
1411. Correspondence and Family Group Sheets, Jeanne Murphy, RR 1, Box 196, Santa Rosa, Texas 78593-9711, Carol Vass, Summer 1999.
1412. “1880 Census,” Lane Fork, Letcher Co., Kentucky, Family History Library Film 1254428 NA Film Number T9-0428 Page Number 552B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Watson W. LONG Self M Male W 39 VA Carpenter VA VA
Jane LONG Wife M Female W 27 KY Keeping House KY VA
Elizabeth E. LONG Dau S Female W 9 KY VA KY
John LONG Son S Male W 7 KY VA KY
Stephen A. LONG Son S Male W 5 KY VA KY
Dora LONG Dau S Female W 2 VA VA KY
Caroline LONG Dau S Female W 1 VA VA KY
1413. “Martha Jane Long descendants,” 27 Nov 2002, Richard Lee Mann II, richardlmann2@yahoo.com.
1414. GenCircle Site, “Our Extended Family,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/trumpeteer/1, Paul B. and Angel Dunn Murray, tnangel32471@aol.com.
1415. “John Edward Oliver and Lillian Nell Honeycutt Oliver,” Debra Oliver Barnard, dkohb@yahoo.com, 19 Oct 2003.
1416. “Lillian Nell Hunnicutt,” Darlene baker, TCJDBAKER@wmconnect.com, May 10, 2005.
1417. “WorldConnect Post-em,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I22675, William Graves Vickers, mrtupelo@comcast.net, 26 Nov 2004.
1418. “Sarah Elizabeth Black,” Tammy Hankins, westam@wireless111.com, 24 Mar 2002.
1419. “WorldConnect Post-em,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I28364, Peggy Thomas Villanueva, pegvillanueva@cs.com, 23 Nov 2004, citing California Death Index, 1940-1994.
1420. Jeannette Berry Pemberton, “Re: Augusta/Washington Co. Project-,” August 17, 2008.
1421. “Re: thomas william berry,” Shirley Speer, sandjspeer@alltel.net, 2 Dec 2004.
1422. George Family Genealogy Forum, “Re: William George md. Sarah McFarland,” 3047, 11 Mar 2001, Grace Bagwell, bagwell@fone.net.
1423. “Relationship between living Dodson and David V. Hughey.pdf,” Dr. David V. Hughey, caymanprof@yahoo.com, January 17, 2006.
1424. George Family Genealogy Forum, “Re: William George md. Sarah McFarland,” 3046, 11 Mar 2001, Greg Dodson, gregd@truckmaster.com.
1425. “Bible Record of Charles Berry (1792-1884) & Elizabeth Craig (ca 1798-1854),” As of June, 2004, Original bible record in possession of:, William Evert Brown, 2912 Charlotte Ct. # 94, Ames, IA 50014-8389, < billandavis@aol.com >.
SELF-PRONOUNCING EDITION
Indiana WHICH ALL THE PROPER NAMES ARE DIVIDED, ACCENTED, AND MARKED WITH THE VOWEL
SOUNDS SHOWING HOW THEY SHOULD BE PRONOUNCED
HOLY BIBLE
CONTAINING
THE KING JAMES AND THE REVISED VERSIONS
OF THE
OLD AND NEW TESTAMENTS
ARRANGED Indiana
PARALLEL COLUMNS
THE TEXT COMFORMABLE TO THAT OF THE UNIVERSITIES OF OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE
WITH
A COMPLETE CONCORDANCE AND THE PSALMS OF DAVID Indiana METRE
COPIOUS MARGINAL REFERENCES, CHRONOLOGICAL TABLES, AND MANY IMPORTANT AND
VALUABLE AIDS TO THE STUDY OF THE HOLY SCRIPTURES. WRITTEN TO INCREASE THE
INTEREST AND SIMPLIFY THE WORD OF GOD
MONARCH BOOK COMPANY
Successors to and formerly L. P. MILLER & Colorado
Publishers
Chicago, Philadelphia and Stockton, Cal.
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MARRIAGES
Charles Berry and Elizabeth Craig was married on thursday the 29 of July 1819
Benjamin Haman and Rachel M. Berry was maried Jan the 7, 1847

James C. Berry and Sarah C. Craig was maried June the 8 1839
William B. Berry and Ella Bennett was married June 22nd 1858
Charles Doak Berry and Laura A. Rhoads was married February 28, 1859

---------------------------------------------------------------
BIRTHS

James Craig Berry was Born on tuesday the 18th of aprile 1820
Mary Jane Berry was born on Sunday the 17th of June Day in the morning 1821
Ann Eliza Berry was born on Tuesday morning the 10th day of September 1822
Rachel Margaret Berry was born on Sunday Evening the 11th Day of January 1824
Sarah Frances Berry was Born on Wansday Evening the 17th day of August 1825
William Bratton Berry was Born on Wensday the 5th Day of Aprile 1827
Charles Doak Berry was born on Friday night the 13th of December 1833

Emma Bell Haman Born May the 1st 1853
Wm. Edward Haman Born Oct the 14th 1854
Charles Berry was born in Augusta Co., Virginia Nov 2, 1792
Charles Doak Berry was born March 14 in Nevada Iowa


DEATHS
James Berry Esq. Departed this Life on Monday Mid Night the 28th of November 1808
Jane Berry Departed this Life on the 9th of August 1832

Mary Jane Berry Departed this Life on Tuesday Night the 15th of September 1828 aged 7
Ann Eliza Berry Departed this Life on Tuesday Night the 25th of November 1828 aged 6 years,
2 months and fifteen Days.
Charles Berry Hamman Departed this Life Sep 23 1848 aged 11 months and 23 days

Elizabeth Berry wife of Charles Berry, Departed this Life on the Nite of the 6 of October 1854,
Aged 66 years, 2 months and 6 Days
Charles Berry departed this life December 6, 1884, aged 92 years, 1 month and 6 days.
Frances Sarah Berry departed this life the 16 day of April 1857
Charles Doak Berry Departed this life the 15th of November 1860

Wm. Edward Haman Departed this Life Sep the 28th 1856
Rachel Margaret Berry Haman Departed this life Dec 20th 1888, aged 64 years,
11 months, 9 days
William B. Berry Departed this life Sep 12, 1899
James C. Berry departed this life Aug 20 1913, aged 93 yrs, 15 mo., 14 da
Sarah Elizabeth departed this life Feb 12, 1914, aged 86, 2 mo., 15 days.
1426. “James Berry (1757-1808) Inventory & Estate Settlement,” Augusta County, Virginia, Inventory, Will Book 11, Pg 217-220, March 1813, [FHL US/CAN Film 30319], Estate Settlement:, Will Book 16, Pg 19, 20, 1827, Pg 97-?, 17 Oct 1827, [FHL US/CAN Film 30320].
1427. “James Berry/Jane Doak children,” Carol Vass, SVass@aol.com, 25 Mar 2002.
1428. “David Doak Berry (1798-1868) & Elizabeth Walkup (1802->1860) and Descendants,” Berry By-Lines, Vol. 6, page 20 - Branch #29, [Berry By-Lines was a genealogy newsletter no longer publishes.].
1429. “Rockbridge County Marriages 1778-1850.,” Dorthy & Edwin C. Kirkpatrick, Iberian Pub. Co. Athens, GA: 1985, p. 34.
1430. The CRAWFORD and BRATTON FAMILIES As Related to the HOGSHEAD/HOGSETT FAMILY, Research Notes, March, 2000, Compiled by Jean Thomson Gillett, 134 Lido Circle, Sacramento, CA, jtgillett@bigvalley.net.
See also, Jean Gillet’s Rootsweb WorldConnect Project, “Descendants of Robert Bratton/Ann McFarland” -- http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jeant_5&id=I1453
1431. Naomi Mae Youell Genealogical Papers on deposit at Washington & Lee, Lexington, VA.
FHL US/CAN Film 1503998 Alexander, Bery, Doak, Mitchell genealogical notebooks.
1432. Jeannette Berry Pemberton, “Augusta/Washington Co. Project,” July 31, 2008.
1433. “Bible Record of James Craig Berry (1820-1913) & Sarah Catherine Craig (1825-1914),” As of June, 2004, Original bible record in possession of:, William Evert Brown, 2912 Charlotte Ct. # 94, Ames, IA 50014-8389, billandavis@aol.com.
OLD TESTAMENT
OUT OF
THE ORIGINAL HEBREW
AND
WITH THE FORMER TRANSLATIONS DILIGENTLY COMPARED AND
TOGETHER WITH THE
APOCRYPHA
DONE BY THE SPECIAL COMMAND OF KING JAMES OF ENGLAND
____________________________
PHILADELPHIA
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY M. CAREY & SON [unreadable]
1819

BIRTHS

J. C. Berry was Born at April 15, 1820 Augusta Co., Virginia
Sarah C. Craig was born 1825
Children of Theirs was Born
Theodore Berry was Born July 18, 1850
Charles O. Berry was born 17 Aug 1852
John A. Berry was born Dec 17, 1853
James Doak Berry was Born April 14, 1856
Elizabeth Kate Berry was Born July 3, 1858
William Berry was Born June 30, 1862
Margaret J. Berry was Born May 21, 1864
Mary Francis Berry born March 15, 1867
Elijah Berry was Born Nov 9, 1868


MARRIAGES
Elisabeth K. Berry and O. S. Brown was married April 3, 1879
James D. Berry & Ida Wilson was Married 14 of December 1879
Margaret Jane Berry and William Shear was Married 6 of Aug 1887
Wm Berry and Augusta Mahns was Married February 25 1891
Elijah Berry and Olive M. Wilson was married Oct 11, 1898
Theodore Berry and Sarah C. Hackattonn was married Feb 12, 1877
Mary Frances Berry was married to A. Albert McFarland May 21, 1901


DEATHS
Charles Orlander Berry departed this life February 20, 1853
John Albert Berry Departed this life January 14, 1854
Theodore Berry Departed this life January 2, 1901
Elijah Berry Departed this life November 22d, 1911
William Berry M.D. Dec. 3, 1933, Omaha, Neb
Elizabeth Kate Brown June 24, 1941
Margaret J. Berry August 29, 1944
James Doak Berry Novembr 10, 1942
Mary Frances Berry Sept 12, 1951

Following certificates are also found in James C. Berry/Sarah C. Craig bible record:
THE STATE OF OHIO }
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY } SS.
TO ANY PERSON LEGALLY AUTHORIZED TO SOLEMNISE MARRIAGES Indiana SAID COUNTY, GREETING:
You are hereby LICENSED to join together, in the Holy State of Matrimony, James C. Berry and Sarah C. Craig of this County: and the person Solemizing such Marriage, will make return of the same within Three Months, under the p[enalty of Fifty Dollars.
In Testimony Whereof, I have
hereunto set my hand, and affixed the Seal of
the Court of Common Pleas of said County, at
Urbana this 9th day of June 1849
Samuel H. Robinson

What Therefore God Hath Joined Together Let Not Man Put Asunder
THIS IS CERTIFY
That J. C. Berry
and Sarah C. Craig
Were United by Me in the Bonds of
Holy Matrimony
At Urbana Ohio on the 8 day of
June in the year of our Lord 1849
in Presence of 2 witness
Signed ____________________
1434. ““Family Group Record for James Craig Berry (1820-1913) & Sarah Craig (1828-1914)”,” Zoe Lightly, 707 Richardson Drive, Brentwood, CA 94513, mlightly@sbcglobal.net.
1435. “1860 United States Federal Census,” Burlington, Des Moines Co., Iowa, enumerated June 15, 1860, Ancestry.com.
627 601 James Berry 40 M Carpenter Virginia
Sarah “ 33 F “
Theodore “ 10 M Iowa
James “ 4 M “
Kate “ 2 F “
1436. “1870 United States Federal Census,” Afton P.O., Sandcreek Twp., Union Co., Iowa, enumerated June 15, 1870, Ancestry.com.
29 29 Berry, J. C. 50 M W Farmer W Va
--- Sarah 42 F W W Va
--- Theodore 19 M W Iowa
--- James 15 M W Iowa
--- Kate 12 F W Iowa
--- Wm. 8 M W Iowa
--- Marg. 6 F W Iowa
--- Mary 4 F W Iowa
--- Elijah 2 M W Iowa
1437. “Descendants of Betty Jean Gouge Famly Record, and WorldConnect Post-em,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I30715, Linda Baker, linda_baker@cox.net, 13 Dec 2004.
1438. “AMERICAN THREADS,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~tajidog/family/, Evan Matthew Henderson, Tajidog@austin.rr.com, 19 Dec 2004.
1439. “Washita County OK Cemeteries - Eades-Evetts,” http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/ok/washita/cemeteries/edes-evetts.txt, Donney P. Sullins.
1440. “Re: Gilliland family in Jack, Parker, and Wise County, Texas,” Helen Parker, helen@sitesee.net, 29 Dec 2002.
1441. “mary peck schultz,” Marie Blombert, jazz53186@yahoo.com, 29 December 2004.
1442. “Kentucky: A History of the State by Battle,” Kentucky Genealogy and Biography, Volume 1, Perrin - Kniffin, 3rd edition 1886. Hopkins Co.
1443. “Rev. David Berry Bible,” present owner unknown, web page, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/BIBLES/David_Berry/marriages.html.
1444. “Descendants of Andrew Miller,” 5 Jan 2005, Dell L. Nelson, dellnelson@cox-internet.com.
1445. “Re: Davis/Gouge,” Kathryn Moore-Henry, mtstranscribe@charter.net, 14 & 15 Feb 2003.
1446. Sevier Family Genealogy Forum, Rebecca Savierre (Sevier) b 1760's VA?, October 19, 1999, William, barneswk@aol.com.
1447. “Henry Harkleroad-Rebecca Saverrie,” Jerry Freeman, oleman8@hotmail.com, Feb 26, 2005.
1448. “Children,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I27568, Shirley Hickert, shirley_hickert@yahoo.com, March 24, 2005.
1449. “William Bailey Gilliland,” Suzi Byrne, Sqjul502@cox.net, April 10, 2005.
1450. John Eisenberg, “Off to the Races,” Smithsonian, August 2004, p. 98.
1451. “Briggsmy.GED,” 27 Feb 2002, Edna Pansy Briggs-Ward, EPWARD@highland.net.
1452. “NNDB tracking the entire world,” http://www.nndb.com/people/671/000055506/.
1453. “GBNF - Family genealogy of Manning as researched by Bob,” http://www.gbnf.com/genealog4/manning/home.htm, Bob Manning, hrbobmanning@aol.com.
1454. Obituary, Mrs. Richard Evelyn Byrd, The Winchester Star, April 12, 2005.
1455. “Mt. Hebron Cemetery,,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/va/vastones/frederick/mthebron/mthebron.htm, VAGenWeb Archive Project, Katy Hestand, pasttracker@gmail.com.
1456. “Bolling Byrd Clarke,” The Frederick A. Cook Society, http://www.cookpolar.org/bollingbyrdclarke.htm, May 16, 2009.
1457. “Family Trees of Famous Americans,” http://www.ishipress.com/pafx.htm#TOC, Sam Sloan, sloan@ishipress.com.
1458. “Ancestors of Hugh Patterson Magill,” April 13, 2005, “Descendants of Hugh Magill”, April 14, 2005, Philip Vrana, greenbugsr68902@yahoo.com.
1459. “My Family,” http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~jeanette/p00001cc.htm#I21585, Jeanette Wilson Cuthriell, jcuthriell@cox.net,peanut73084@cox.net.
1460. WALL-L@rootsweb.com, “Re: James WALL from NC,” April 30, 2006, http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/XRVBAIB/1586.1.1.1.1.1, James Walls, WJimWalls@aol.com.
1461. “Re: Dyer Family,” Johnny Dyer, tugboat@xtn.net, April 24, 2005.
1462. “Hazel Barnett,” Johnny & Denise Dyer, tugboat@xtn.net, January 2, 2006.
1463. “my sons place in his fathers familys history,” Ranveig Sørensen, ara-han@online.no, April 23, 2005.
1464. “Mt. Hope Cemetery,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~necherry/MtHope4.htm, Cherry County Nebraska GenWeb, Ruth Harms.
1465. “Obituary,” http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GScid=96784&GRid=13772043&, Mar 28 2006, L. Davenport, davenportrl@proaxis.com.
1466. “1870 Census,” Elkland P.O., Westfield, Tioga Co., Pennsylvania, Roll: M593_1457 Page: 452 Image: 469, enumerated 1 Aug 1870, Ancestry.com, http://content.ancestry.com/iexec/?htx=View&r=an&dbid=7163&iid=PAM593_1457-0469&desc=Alanson+Burdick&pid=3744887.
116 129 Burdick Alanson 73 M W Farmer New York
- Phebe 68 F W Keeps house Penn’a
- Alanson Junior 28 M W Laborer New York
- Euphenia 26 F W Penn’a
- Sherman 5 M W Penn’a
- Fred 6/12 M W Dec. Penn’a
1467. “Re: William Berry 1753-1839,” Carol Vass, SVass@aol.com, Dec. 4, 2004.
1468. “Presley's on Rootsweb,” Guylene Presley Milner, ohyodya@yahoo.com, May 11, 2005.
1469. “Lynn,” Jacqueline McCurdy Robinson, j1m2r3@cox.net.
1470. “Post-em,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I21272, Carol R. White, cwhite@mtsu.edu, December 6, 2005.
The spouse of Abraham Dryden Hoss was Eliza Jane Matson, born 1862 in Pike Co., MO and died October 15, 1938 in Deer Lodge Montana. Additionall A. D. Hoss died June 28, 1937 in Deer Lodge Montana. I have information re the family of Eliza Jane. Email me if you would like to share information.
1471. Wall Family Genealogy Forum, http://genforum.genealogy.com/wall/messages/2035.html, “Jane Wall Arnold and father Drury Wall,” Barb Arnold Moksnes, jmoksnes@pressenter.com, May 22, 2001.
1472. “Berry,” Jim Carpenter, carpentercla@cox.net, Dec. 17, 2005.
1473. “Hawkins County Wills,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnhawkin/will1.htm, Jackie Robinson, jgrrobinson@charter.net.
WILL OF WILLIAM BERRY

Page 39
Date Sept. 13, 1823
In the Name of God, Amen. I, William Berry of the County of Hawkins and State of Tennessee, being of sound mind and perfect memory, considering the uncertainty of this mortal life and being of sound mind, blessed be God for the same do make and publish this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following, that is to say: First my debts to be paid. Then one dollar unto my daughter Elizabeth Walker; one dollar to my daughter Rachael; one dollar to Sarah (Mulhel?); one dollar to my son John; one dollar to my son Thomas; one dollar to my son William; one dollar to my daughter Mary; one dollar to my son Francis; one dollar to my daughter Hannah. My will is that my wife Suanne shall have all the household and kitchen furniture for to do with as she thinks proper at her death, and my will is that Benoni Morlan shall have my land for taking care of me and my wife as long as we live, and my will is that my wife shall have the use of the farming tools and all the stock after my death as long as she lives. I do make and ordain Benoni Morlan to be my whole and sole Executor of this my last Will and Testament. I do hereby disannual all wills former and testaments, wills, bequests ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last Will and Testament. In witness I have hereunto set my hand and seal This 13th day of September, 1823.
William Berry (seal)
Benjamin Morlan Even C. Morlan
1474. “Berry/Rose,” http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=:2103817, Jenny Berry Wade, May 25, 2002.
WorldConnect project: Berry, Rose, Lankford & Rotenberry Family
Jenny’s BERRY research starts with the book by Wendell Berry which needs to be consulted to verify names, dates and sources. Jenny’s email address is no longer valid. She last updated her WorldConnect project in 2002 and much of the information formerly there is there no longer.
1475. William Berry desc., Carol Vass, 25 May 2005.
1476. “Re: Berry Family DNA Project,” John Berry, etcberry@direcway.com, January 7, 2006.
1477. “1880 Federal Census,” Cass Twp., Stone Co., Missouri, enumerated June 23, 1880, Family History Library Film 1254738 NA Film Number T9-0738 Page Number 18D.
310 327 Berry, David W M 67 Farmer Tennessee Ireland Tennessee
-- , Caroline W F 44 Wife keep house Missouri Tennessee Tennessee

* * *

313 330 Berry, William W M 26 Farmer Missouri Illinois Tennessee
-- , Mary W F 29 Wife keep house Ohio Pennsylvania Pennsylvania
-- , Louis W M 2 Son Texas Missouri Ohio
314 331 Berry, Francis W M 63 Farmer Tennessee Ireland Tennessee
-- , Rebecca W F 38 Wife keep house Gorgia Georgia Georgia
-- , Artisia W F 13 Dau Missouri Tennessee Georgia
-- , Francis W M 12 Son Missouri Tennessee Georgia
-- , David W M 10 Son Missouri Tennessee Georgia
-- , Alexander W M 7 Son Missouri Tennessee Georgia
-- , Henderson W M 4 Son Missouri Tennessee Georgia
-- , Thompson W M 1 Son Missouri Tennessee Georgia
-- , John W M 6 Son Missouri Tennessee Georgia
-- , Joseph W M 9 Son Missouri Tennessee Georgia
315 332 Maples, John W M 21 Farmer Missouri Missouri Missouri
-- , Nancy W F 14 Wife keep house Missouri Ireland Georgia
1478. Rootsweb - BERRY, “Berry, Capt. Francis from Hawkins Co., Tn,” Sybil Hamm Taylor, sybilt@getonthe.net, 26 Jan 1998.
1479. “Berry_FamilyHistoryBrian.doc,” Brian Stuart Berry, bgnz@xtra.co.nz.
1480. “McChesney/Berry family tree,” Linda McChesney Pedersen, rpedersen@pacific.net, September 29, 2005.
1481. “1900 Federal Census,” Trinidad, Los Animas Co., Colorado, 16 Jun 1900.
Supervisor’s District No. 2, Enumeration District No. 65, Sheet No. 22B
1482. Family Group Record, “Nathaniel G. Woods & Sarah Ann Brookie,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~davidfamily/fgr/fgr-0064.htm, David Kelley, dkbastrop@netzero.net.
1483. Crossland Family Genealogy Forum, “Descs of Edward Croslin & Ann Snead,” 99, November 24, 1999, Mary Ann Savage Fletcher, mafletch@nctv.com.
1484. “Thomas & Rebecca Avent,” 27 Mar 2002, Geraldine Brown Hill, gerryinga@juno.com.
1485. “Re: John Duff Aven,” Kathy Duncan, Snori39@aol.com, 10 Jul 2002.
1486. “Welcome to the King family web site,” http://www.thekings.com/, Mike King, mike.king@century21.com.
1487. “The Williamson Family,” Mrs. Bert Harter, Doylestown, Ohio, The Virginia Genealogist, Vol 7, No. 4, pg. 163-165, Oct-Dec 1963.
1488. “Alice George,” Melanie Atkins, melanieatkins@alltel.net, 15 Mar 2002.
1489. “Re: Billie Grace Tucker,” Btylin@aol.com, 30 Mar 2002, Family Bible.
1490. “Geroge Family,” Nancy George, Nan2ohio@aol.com, 21 April 2002.
1491. “Hi Cousin!,” Bruce Carlyle Stewart, BCarStew@aol.com, 15 Mar 2002.
1492. Richard S. Byford, kc5yta@swbell.net.
1493. “Dale Lafayette and Mary (Polly Porrterfield) Berry's 8 children,” Ardis Hodges, ehodge@pacbell.net, 19 Mar 2002.
1494. “1870 Federal Census,” Dist #11, photocopy of census notes, JLB.
1496. “Nola Opal Beck and Lantham Williams,” Natalie Mast Garrison, gailg@mtco.com, 1 Apr 2003, Birth Certificate.
1497. “Nola Opal Beck and Lantham Williams,” Natalie Mast Garrison, gailg@mtco.com, 1 Apr 2003.
1498. “Sloan Connection Database,” http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=sloanguy&id=I58533, Frank Mitchel, fmitchel@c-com.net.pa, 3 May 2002.
1499. “Laub family,” Fred Johnson, JUDYJ15@aol.com, 18 Jul & 17 Nov 2002.
1500. “Baily's Roots,” http://homepages.rootsweb.com/~baily/cards/WC01/WC01_101.HTM, Nathan Osborn Maxwell Baily and Gloryann O'Callaghan Harrington Baily, 6 May 2002.
1501. Berry Family Genealogy Forum, “Re: Augusta Co., VA -> Harrison Co., KY,” #7173, 20 May 2002, Anna Lea Barry, abarry@columbus.rr.com.
1503. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 25 Mar 1999.
1504. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 19 Jan 2001.
1505. “National Obituary Archive,” http://www.nationalobituaryarchive.com/.
1506. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 26 Apr 2001.
1507. “Post-em,” Fanny Timmer, ftimmer@bellsouth.net, 20 Jan 2002, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I22297.
1870 US Census Macon Co Illinois
1508. “Berry/Garry E. Davis,” Garry E. Davis, gdavis@law225.com, 31 Oct 2003.
1509. “Our Missouri Family,” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=dldana&id=I1603, Dana Law, ellnel@osbaccess.com, July 28, 2005.
1510. “My Berry Family,” Dana Law, ellnel@osbaccess.com, November 14, 2005.
1511. “Find A Grave,” http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gs&, C. McLain, Namelesmom@AOL.com.
1512. “Jerri Lemon,” Jerri Lee Lemon Waterman, harlow@aloha.net, 22 Nov 2002.
1513. “Charles Edmund Mooers/Emma King,” Karen M. Olson, kmo1cook@msn.com, 8 May 2003.
1514. Mooers Family Genealogy Forum, “Re: Children of Charles Edmund Mooers,” 167, June 10, 2003, Charlene Dunbar.
1515. “1920 Census,” Orofino Twp, Clearwater Co., Idaho, Film: T625-290.Enum Dist: 209.Page: 1A..Dwelling: 11.
Fred Mooers....... head...42...CA / MI / NV...farm laborer
Pearl Mooers........wife...35...MN / WI / MN
Edmond Mooers.... son...14...ID / CA / MN
Myrtle Mooers....... dau..12..ID / CA / MN
Theodore Mooers... son...10...ID / CA / MN
Earl Mooers.......... son... 8...ID / CA / MN
Leona Mooers...... .dau... 6...ID / CA / MN
Mart Mooers......... son... 3...ID / CA / MN
Maude Mooers...... dau...9m...ID / CA / MN
1516. “BONNIE KING,” Charles Francis Gammill, GTCHARLIE50@aol.com, 19 Mar 2003.
1517. Bruce L. Conrad, ang23tsg@comcast.net, 4 June 2002, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I3128.
1518. “Wiltsee,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/kwiltsee/4, Ken Wiltsee, kwiltsee@alum.mit.edu.
1519. GenCircle Site, “Atkinson-Kelley families,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/latkinson/1, Lyle Atkinson, mca077@yahoo.com.
1520. Gouge Family Genealogy Forum, “Re: Edmund Gouge,” message #278, 16 Jan 2002, Ken Wiltsee, kwiltsee@alum.mit.edu, GenForum, http://genforum.genealogy.com.
1521. GenCircle Message, “Arthur Gouge and Family,” http://www.gencircles.com/messages/read/users/2736796/1/67.html, Ruth Gouge Powell, ontime2041@aol.com, 7 Jan 2003.
1522. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 5 Nov 1999.
1524. “Descendants of James Richard Lee,” 17 June 2003, Olive Harrell Lee, Olee1@aol.com.
1525. “Re: Savage/Lee,” Olive, Olee1@aol.com, 17 June 2003.
1526. “William King Rogers,” Lyla N. Baum, lyla_da_baum@yahoo.com, 30 June 2002.
1527. Barbara Adlersfluegel, wintervaf2@charter.net, 27 Dec 2003, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I23282.
1528. “Descendants of Lillie Evelyn Lee,” Loretta-Marie Dimond, genehisthome@comcast.net, May 31, 2006.
1529. “SARAH KEELING GILLEY,” Nancy Sardenga, polarbear62@msn.com, 16 Feb 2004.
1530. 1850, “Census,” Macoupin County, Illinois, page 243B, 10 Oct 1850.
1531. 1850, “Census,” Macoupin County, Illinois, page 243B.
1532. 1850, “Census,” Macoupin County, Illinois, page 225B, 27 Sept 1850.
1533. 1850, “Census,” Macoupin County, Illinois.
1534. “Genealogy of the Berry and Associated Families,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~berry/, Jim Jackson, Carol Vass, Marie Loughlin, 3 April 2000, guestbook, 17 Mar 2002.
1535. “Genealogy of the Berry and Associated Families,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~berry/, Jim Jackson, Carol Vass, Marie Loughlin, 3 April 2000, Guestbook, 03 Jul 2001.
1536. “Post-em,” Mick Craddock, mickcrad@hotmail.com, 26 Dec 2002, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I24279.
1900 census - 2nd Ward, South Canon, Fremont Co., Colorado.
1538. “Re: Joe Berry,” Cynthia Clugy, Clugy911@houston.rr.com, 3, 4 & 5 Sep 2003.
1539. “An Interview with Lum Harris,” Harrington E. Crissey, Jr., http://philadelphiaathletics.org/history/harris.html.
1540. “Berry,” 21 Jul 2002, Mary Achterhof, MaryAchtrh@aol.com, gravestone photo.
1541. “Unpublished record of Boutell Family,” George Franklin Boutell, abt 1930, Eldred B. Hodges, 390 N Winchester Blvd 9B Santa Clara, California 95050-6552, 408-248-7367.
The typed report was prepared in 1930 by George Franklin Boutell. The data comes from his personal information & letters to and from family members. He also did research in Santa Barbara, California; at Tecolote Book Shop, Roger Boutell, Proprietor.
1542. “Texas Berry Family,” Bobby Flowers, Bjflowers@aol.com, 31 Aug 2002.
1543. “Charles Hodges’ Family Bible,” Eldred Hodges.
1544. “genealogy,” Holly Lundberg, kinseekers@cox.net, 8 Sep 2003.
1545. “Susie Mae Berry,” Dorothy Ann Davis Cuming, adcuming@worldnet.att.net, 3 Jan 2004.
1546. “Abbe Family,” Jane Abbe Gregory, Family Group Sheet, Eldred Hodges, Santa Clara, California.
1547. “Abbe Family,” Jane Abbe Gregory, Family Group Sheet, Eldred Hodges, Santa Clara, California, 28 Dec 2000.
1548. “Human Family Project July 12, 2001,” http://users.legacyfamilytree.com/NorthernEurope/f106.htm#f50235, Donald Schenck Collection, July 2001.
1549. “Ham family,” Debi McHeffey, debimack@hotmail.com, 8 June 2003.
1550. “Joan Morgado.”
1551. “1930 United States Federal Census > IN > Marion > Indianapolis > Center TWP.”
1552. “Family Data Collection - Marriages[database online],” Edmund West, comp., Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001.
Database: Family Data Collection - Marriages


Name: Adam C Kern
Spouse: Nancy M Feily
Marriage Date (Day, Month, Year): 8 September 1849
City: Lawrence Co
State: IN


Source Information:
Edmund West, comp. Family Data Collection - Marriages[database online] Provo, UT: Ancestry.com, 2001.
1553. “1900 United States Federal Census - Indiana - Washington - Washington.”
1554. “1860 United States Federal Census > Indiana > Washington > Salem.”
1555. “Ancestors of Delbert Leo Forrest,” http://www.geocities.com/mawilborn/forrest.htm, Tom Graham, grahatd@neosoft.com.
1556. “Maude Annie Allen death date,” John Harris, jdharr@swbell.net, May 26, 2006.
1557. “Rebecca O. Berry Woodward,” Carol Woodward Noble, cnoble00@hotmail.com, 4 Jan 2004.
1558. “New Bethel Cemetery,” Arlene Shultz, jashultz@msn.com, 3 June 2004.
1559. “1920 United States Federal Census - NY - Franklin - Chateaugay Twp - Chateaugay Village - Dist 82.”
1560. “RE: Rick Stanley info,” Rick Stanley, rstanley@valkindustries.com, October 5, 2005 & April 25, 2006.
1561. “California Deaths, 1940-1997,” http://www.familytreelegends.com/records/caldeaths, Family Tree Legends.
1562. “1880 United States Federal Census - IN - Dubois - Jackson.”
1563. “Jimmy Lynn Whitaker,” Gayla Jo Whitaker Guthrie, gaylag@moment.net, 6 Sep 2002.
1564. “Re: john berry,” Lanena Berry, tjara@teacher.esc4.com, 6 Sep 2002.
1565. Telephone, Jackie Hibbs, 10 Sep 2002, jim berry.
1566. “Descendants of James Ripley Queen,” Carl Eldon Queen, carle@enter.net, Feb. 19, 2006.
1567. Robbie Griggs Landry, genealogy101@bellsouth.net, 22 Nov 2003, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I26226.
1568. “1850 U.S. Census,” Catahoula Parish, Louisiana, enumerated Sept. 29, 1850, Roll: M432_230 Page: 64 Image: 445, Ancestry.com.
246 256 Simeon Thomas 49 M Planter Tenn
Mary A. B. Thomas 30 F Ky
Joseph Thomas 15 M None Miss
Wm. Thomas 14 M Miss
Simeon Thomas, Jr. 10 M La
Samuel L. Elam 5 M La
Virginia Elam 3 F La
Bentley Epperson 26 M Mechanic Va
Robert Cole 61 M None Md
247 257 Samuel V. P. Gillespie 61 M Merchant Va
Polly Gillespie 67 F Va
1569. “Berry family ties,” Peggy Spalding, mlspalding@sbcglobal.net, February 17, 2008.
1570. “some additional information on the Hartley family tree,” Nancy Ruth Beeson Repp, reppcli@msn.com, 13 Jul 2002.
1571. "The History of the Garland Family in America”, Volume One - Issue One, Paul E. Garland, Rhonda Garland Simmons, rhosimmons@earthlink.net.
1572. “Information,” Arthur Lowry Doggett, Ldoggett@naxs.com, 10 Oct 2002.
1573. “1910 Federal Census,” Oklahoma, Love Co., Hickory Twp., enumerated April 22, 1910, Ancestry.com.
53 54 Carlile William G. Head M W 58 M 35 Arkansas Virginia Alabama
--- Mary Wife F W 54 M 35 17(12) 7 Arkansas Missouri Missouri
--- Matt P? Dau F W 18 S Texas Arkansas Arkansas
--- Ula Dau F W 15 S Oklahoma Arkansas Arkansas
--- Leonard Son M W 10 S Oklahoma Arkansas Arkansas
Lynch Ellen Dau F W 33 Wd 9 5 Texas Arkansas Arkansas
--- Bertie Dau F W 13 S Oklahoma Texas Texas
--- Odie Dau F W 10 S Oklahoma Texas Texas
--- Everett Son M W 7 S Oklahoma Texas Texas
--- Guy Son M W 3 S Oklahoma Texas Texas
--- Albert Son M W 6/12 S Oklahoma Texas Texas
56 Carlile Scott Head M W 19 M 0 Texas Arkansas Arkansas
--- Myrtle Wife F W 16 M 0 Oklahoma US US
1574. “1930 Federal Census,” Oklahoma, Love Co., Hickory Twp., Dist. 13, enumerated April 11, 1930, Ancestry.com.
86 88 Gillspy Albert Head M W 37 M 19 Oklahoma Iowa Iowa
--- Mattie Wife F W 36 M 18 Texas Alabama Texas
--- Cyria Son M W 13 S Oklahoma Oklahoma Texas
Carlile Mary MinLw F W 74 Wd Texas Missouri Missouri
1575. “1880 Census,” Abingdon, Washington Co., Virginia, Family History Library Film 1255393 NA Film Number T9-1393 Page Number 32C, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
1576. “Robert Laub,” David Mowat Anderson, davema@citlink.net, 4 Sep 2003.
1577. “Updates to your Genealogy files,” John C.T. Green, jctgreen@hotmail.com, 14 Mar 2003 & 28 May 2003.
1578. “Fwd: John R. Miller,” Jann Miller Hickerson, JannHickerson@aol.com, 25 Apr 2004.
1579. “Descendants of Richard D. Turner,” http://ophelia.rowden.net/norm/turner.htm, Norman M. Lewis, Jr., ceteris@aol.com, 14 May 2004.
1580. “Pierce Genealogy SC>GA>TX 1768>1900's,” LD Pierce, http://www.ldpierce.com/index.html.
1581. “Ancestors of Carl Manford Allen,” http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/r/o/t/Cheryl-R-ROTTON/GENE2-0005.html?Welcome=1038284211, cheryl@rotton.org, 25 Nov 2002.
1582. http://members.tripod.com/~Randy_T/home.html, “Randy Treadway's Homepage,” My Frame Lineage, http://members.tripod.com/~Randy_T/index-7.html, Randall Scott Treadway, rtreadway@fbx.com, 11 Dec 2002.
1583. “Family,” Millie Burgheimer, MillieBurgheimer@aol.com, 29 Mar 2004.
1584. “Will of Newton Frame,” Porter County Will record A, p. 165-166, Valparaiso, Porter County, Indiana.
Be it remembered that on the 29th day of September 1858 the following will was filed in the Clerks Office of the Porter Common Pleas Court to wit:
"In the name of the Beloved Father of all, I, Newton Frame of Porter County and State of Indiana, do make and publish this my last will and testament. First it is my will that my just debts and charges be paid out of my Estate. I give & devise all the residue of my personal and real estate to Elizabeth my beloved wife to be hers so long as she shall remain my widow. At the death of my said wife or in the event of her marriage, I give and bequeath all my personal and real estate to my four youngest sons, William Francis, Daniel Warren, Levi Cass, and Malphus P, to be divided equal share and share alike. It is my will that my aforesaid sons shall pay to my three daughters Margaret, Lucinda, and Rachel the sum of two hundred dollars apiece within two years from the death of my beloved wife. And also it is my will that my sons Thomas and John shall have twenty five dollars apiece to be paid by the aforesaid sons within three years from the death of my beloved wife.

I do hereby nominate and appoint James Cadwell executor and the said Elizabeth executrix of this my last will and testament hereby authorizing and empowering to compromise, adjust, release, and discharge in such manner as they may deem proper the debts and claims due me. I do hereby revoke all former wills by me made. In testimony hereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this tenth day of September in the year 1858."

Newton Frame.
Signed and acknowledged by said Newton Frame as his last will and testament in our presence and signed by us in his presence. Warren N. Wait. William Frame.

State of Indiana. Porter County. Personally appeared before me the Clerk of the Porter Common Pleas Court William Frame, who, being duly sworn on his oath says that he was one of the subscribing witnesses to the foregoing last will of Newton Frame and that said testator was of full age and of sound mind and memory at the time of executing said will, that he signed the same as a witness thereto in the presence of the said testator, and that he saw the said testator sign said will as his last will and testament. Wm. Frame.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 29 day of September 1858.
O. Dunham, Clerk, State of Indiana, Porter County.

I, O. Dunham, Clerk of the Porter Common Pleas Court, do hereby certify that the written will of Newton Frame, late of Porter County, deceased, has been duly submitted to probate, that its execution was proven by William Frame, whose proofs together with such will has been duly recorded in pages 165 and 166 of the Record of Wills in this Office. Witness my hand and seal of said Court this 29th day of September 1858.
O. Dunham, Clerk.
1585. “BENTON COUNTY, TENNESSEE MARRIAGES (Between 1846 & 1851),” http://www.rootsweb.com/~tnbenton/BENTCOTN.HTM, Brenda Jordan Raymond, Myself31@aol.com.
1586. “1880 Census,” Union, Porter Co., Indiana, Family History Library Film 1254304 NA Film Number T9-0304 Page Number 440A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
1880 Census, Union, Porter Co., IN
Family History Library Film 1254304 NA Film Number T9-0304 Page Number 440A
Ruphus O. PECK Self M Male W 36 PA Farmer CT ---
Elizabeth PECK Wife M Female W 36 IN Keep House --- ---
Grant F. PECK Son S Male W 11 IN At School PA IN
Orrind PECK Son S Male W 6 IN At School PA IN
Celestia J. PECK Dau S Female W 3 IN At Home PA IN
PECK Dau S Female W 1M IN At Home PA IN
1587. “1880 Census,” Porter, Porter Co., Indiana, Family History Library Film 1254305 NA Film Number T9-0305 Page Number 541C, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Thomas J. FRAME Self M Male W 37 IN Farmer KY IRE
Ann E. FRAME Wife M Female W 35 IN Keeps House --- ---
James A. FRAME Son S Male W 10 IN IN IN
Berton L. FRAME Son S Male W 3 IN IN IN
1588. “The Peck Family,” Tina Biby, mtbiby89@mychoice.net, 15 Mar 2003.
1589. Gresham Cemetery, Whitman Co., WA, http://www.interment.net/data/us/wa/whitman/gresham/gresham_cemetery.htm, Gresham cemetery is located in Section 2 Two 19N R39EWM about 11 miles SE of Sprague Washington on Hwy 23, or 2 miles SE of Lamont.
1590. “Morrow Family Bible,” The Holy Bible, containing The Old and New Testaments, New York, American Bible Society, 1849, http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/PREBLE_CO_OH/2001-03/0983577757, Tracy St. Claire, aaf@ais.net.
1591. “An American Adventure,” “Magill Ancestors,” http://www.phillipsplace.net/genealogy/surnames/magill.html, Sue Phillips, sue@phillipsplace.net, http://www.phillipsplace.net/genealogy/index.html, gravestone.
1592. “ELLEN E, MORRISON,” Linda Jo Lee Williams, lindajw@sbcglobal.net, March 25, 2004.
1593. “Descendants of Alexander Laughlin,” Jean and Steve Wiles, joleblon2000@cox-internet.com, 27 Jan 2003.
1594. “"Warkala/Gruning/Maietti",” http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/person.aspx?tid=259107&pid=-2102827387, Carolyn Gruning, cg63383@yahoo.com, Sept. 21, 2006.
1595. Brenda Tipton, “Martha Jane,” March 15, 2008.
1596. “A very little on Mattie J. Honeycutt,” Dee Ballard, deebjr@hotmail.com, 29 June 2003.
1597. “honeycutt family,” sandra kay, sandra_kay872@yahoo.com, May 6, 2007.
1598. “Raymond Honeycutt Corrections,” Ramona Kay (Honeycutt) Stapleton, realfast1@sbcglobal.net, February 6, 2007.
1599. “Bawgus,” Mary Bawgus Scheller, paul.scheller@cablespeed.com, Jan. 8, 2007.
1600. Wanda Ann Bawgus, wbawgus@cfl.rr.com, 16 July 2003.
1601. “Kansas City Star - Obituaries,” http://www.legacy.com/KansasCity/LegacySubPage2.asp?Page=LifeStory&PersonId=1786250, Kathy Topping, kltopping@ix.netcom.com, 11 May 2004.
1602. RootsWeb, 1 Jun 2006, “George L.Berry,” http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec?htx=message&r=rw&p=surnames.berry&m=3943, Nina S. Lawson, ninalawson@bellsouth.net.
1603. “1920 United States Federal Census,” Hawkins Co., Tennessee, enumerated Jan. - , 1920, HeritageQuest Online, Ancestry.com.
1604. “1930 United States Federal Census,” Hawkins Co., Tennessee, enumerated Apr., 1930, HeritageQuest Online, Ancestry.com.
1605. “The Berry's of Arkansas,” James Russell Berry, http://www.genealogy.com/genealogy/users/b/e/r/James-R-Berry/index.html, November 9, 2000.
1606. “Mayfield-Thomason,” 4 Feb 2006, Karen Rogers, karibaby2@hotmail.com.
1607. “STONE COUNTY MISSOURI - ABSTRACTS OF WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~mostone/wills/wills_pgten.htm, MoGenWeb, Jeanie Libby, jeanie@geniejeanie.com.
1608. It Must Be My Side Of The Tree, Dec. 29, 2004, Debbie Gordon, Fuzzstamp2@aol.com, Ancestry World Tree Project.
1609. “SOPHIE JANE (BERRY) PAYNE,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~mostone/photo/berry.htm, Stone Co. MoGenWeb.
1610. “Descendants of Jacob Hite,” Jerry Hite, Date of Import: 4 Aug 2005.
Family Genealogical Record Compiled and Published by Jerry Hite with Assistance from Jim Hite
1611. “Descendants of Joseph Howard and Rachel Rector Howard,” Howard, John Wayne and June, copyright 2000, Two volume set.
1612. “Mamie Lee Grills family history,” Mamie Lee Grills, written 1954, Transcribed and Annotated by Freeda Garland, Manuscript.
Mamie Lee Grills wrote a detailed history of her generation of the Grills family around 1954.
1613. “Death Certificate.”
1614. Earl Louis Garland, Kingsport Times-News, Family, Obituary - Earl Louis Garland.
KINGSPORT - Earl Garland, 80, Rock Springs Road, was called home early Thursday morning (Oct. 7, 2004) following an extended illness.
Born in Kingsport, where he resided his entire life, Earl was a graduate of Sullivan High School Class of 41 and attended East Tennessee Teachers College. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army Air Corps serving during World War II and a member of American Legion Post No. 3/265.
Earl was a carrier for the U.S. Postal Service, owner/operator of Garland's ESSO ServiCenters, and owner/operator of Rock Springs Superette. He was later employed by the South Kingsport Utility District and retired from the City of Kingsport Dept. of Public Works.
He was a member of Rock Springs United Methodist Church and a charter member of the Rock Springs Community Foundation.
Preceding him in death were his parents, W.C. and Mamie Garland; and a brother, Charles Garland.
Surviving are his wife, Freeda Blakley Garland, of the home; one daughter, Rhonda Simmons and husband, Gregory, Johnson City; one granddaughter, Elizabeth Simmons; and one brother, Jack Garland and wife, Mary Rose, Kingsport.
Calling hours are from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday at Hamlett-Dobson Funeral Homes, Kingsport.
Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday at Rock Springs United Methodist Church with Rev. Scott A. Robertson-Gouge officiating.
Burial will follow at Rock Springs United Methodist Church Cemetery with military graveside rites by the American Legion Post No. 3/265.
Nephews will serve as pallbearers.
Memorials may be given to the Alzheimer's Association of Northeast Tennessee, 207 N. Boone Street, Suite 1500, Johnson City, TN 37604.
1615. Earl Louis Garland, Kingsport Times-News, Family.
KINGSPORT - Earl Garland, 80, Rock Springs Road, was called home early Thursday morning (Oct. 7, 2004) following an extended illness.
Born in Kingsport, where he resided his entire life, Earl was a graduate of Sullivan High School Class of 41 and attended East Tennessee Teachers College. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army Air Corps serving during World War II and a member of American Legion Post No. 3/265.
Earl was a carrier for the U.S. Postal Service, owner/operator of Garland's ESSO ServiCenters, and owner/operator of Rock Springs Superette. He was later employed by the South Kingsport Utility District and retired from the City of Kingsport Dept. of Public Works.
He was a member of Rock Springs United Methodist Church and a charter member of the Rock Springs Community Foundation.
Preceding him in death were his parents, W.C. and Mamie Garland; and a brother, Charles Garland.
Surviving are his wife, Freeda Blakley Garland, of the home; one daughter, Rhonda Simmons and husband, Gregory, Johnson City; one granddaughter, Elizabeth Simmons; and one brother, Jack Garland and wife, Mary Rose, Kingsport.
Calling hours are from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday at Hamlett-Dobson Funeral Homes, Kingsport.
Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday at Rock Springs United Methodist Church with Rev. Scott A. Robertson-Gouge officiating.
Burial will follow at Rock Springs United Methodist Church Cemetery with military graveside rites by the American Legion Post No. 3/265.
Nephews will serve as pallbearers.
Memorials may be given to the Alzheimer's Association of Northeast Tennessee, 207 N. Boone Street, Suite 1500, Johnson City, TN 37604.
1616. “North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000,” Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com. North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000 [database online]. Provo, Utah: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005. Original data: Register of Deeds. North Carolina Birth Indexes. Microfilm. North Carolin, a State Archives, Raleigh, North Carolina., This list shows the counties and year ranges covered in this index. Delayed births are also included in this index but the years those cover are not represented in this list. Delayed births extend bac.
1617. “Garland Manuscript,” Earl or Mamie or Freeda Garland, Manuscript.
1618. “World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918,” Ancestry.com.
1619. “North Carolina Birth Index, 1800-2000,” Ancestry.com.
1620. “Grills Family Genealogy,” Jill Rich, Manuscript.
1621. “The Magna Carta Sureties-Weis, Line 19-6.”
1622. “John Alexander Moore.”
1623. Robert Russell Moore.
1624. BERRY-D Digest V03 #30, “Re: Capt Thomas Berry,” 6 Feb 2003, Carol Vass, SVass@aol.com.
1625. “Berrys of North Georgia,” Carol Ann Tindell, http://www.ancestraldesigns.com/berry/, 8 Mar 2003.
1626. William Walker, Rockbridge Co, VA, Will Book 4, Page __
Date of Will: 4 Feb 1813
[children named as deceased by this date:
John Walker, Margaret Walker Anderson; Hugh Walker;
living children named as of this date: William Walker (land),
George Walker (land), Betsy Berry, Jane Buchannon, Susanna Lyle
Executors: son, William Walker, William Lyle (prob. son-in-law)]
Date of 1st Codicil: 1 Nov 1815 [wife Mary (Weir) inferred dead by this date]
Date of 1st Filing in Court: 6 May 1816
Final Filing in Court: 5 June 1616
Final Estate Settlement: 3 Nov 1830 Accounts of William Walker [Jr], Executor
[legacies paid: Elizabeth Berry, 3 June 1817; Susannah Lyle, 6 May 1817;
Jane Buckhannon, 6 May 1817; Isaac Anderson, Sept 1818 [grandchild];
William Anderson, 1 Dec 1827 [grandchild]; William Walker, 17 Nov
1823 [grandchild]; Mary Walker, 1 Nov 1820 [grandchild]
1627. Rockbridge County, Virginia, US GenWeb Archives
"Marriage Bonds 1778-1801"
go to, for index of all scanned images:
http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/va/rockbridge/index.html
Sign the License Agreement and click on either groom or bride name for image
1628. Chattanooga Times, Chattanooga, Tennessee, January 2, 1938, “Chattanooga’s First Mayor,” Zella Armstrong, Hamilton County Historian, Biography File, Historical Collection, Chattanooga Public Library.
1629. Re: [BERRY-L] Green Berry and Walkers, 7 Mar 2003, K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com.
1630. Charlie Bourland, August, 1998, Crbourland@aol.com.
1631. Rockbridge Co, VA Marriages 1778-1850, Berthie & Edwin C. Kirpatrick, Iberian Pub., 1985.
1632. Hugh Weir, 31 March 1779, Rockbridge Co, VA, Will Book __, page __
Names the following heirs: wife [unnamed] sons: Abraham, Jonathan, John, Joseph, Samuel, George, Hugh; daughters: Jean Cunningham, Margaret Montgomery, Mary Walker, Susannah Buchanan, Elizabeth McCutchen
1633. James Enfield Berry, BERRY BIBLE RECORDS
Information copied from the Berry family Bible and sent to me (Mrs. Albert Ewing III), by Mrs. Varina Berry Pruden, of Rome, GA, daughter of John Marshall Berry and Mary Margaret Rawlins. [photocopies provided to Carol Vass by Helen Hope Gibson]

http://lvaimage.lib.va.us/Bible/25548/0004.tif
1634. Citizen Cemetery: Citizen Cemetery is the oldest Cemetery in Chattanooga. It is believed that it began to be used before or during 1837. A tract of land surrounding the original graves was purchased in 1838 from Col. William Lindsay, an officer of the US Army stationed at Ross’s Landing during the Cherokee War. The city record reports that the 104 acres west of Georgia Avenue were purchased for $75 an acre. Citizen Cemetery is located between the eight hundred and nine hundred block of East 4th and 5th Streets in downtown Chattanooga. This survey is a combination of a survey conducted by Charles Lusk in 1938 and the Works Project Administration survey in 1939. Mr. Lusk added several notes to his survey from Zella Armstrong’s “History of Chattanooga”. The listings from the WPA survey are noted. This survey was compiled by Dennis C. Wilson in July 2001.
http://www.hctgs.org/Cemeteries/cemetery_citizen.htm
1635. “Confederate Burials at the Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Rome, Georgia,” http://www.mindspring.com/~jcherepy/genealogy/mhb.html, Bill Cherepy, jcherepy@mindspring.com.
1636. James Enfield Berry BIBLE Record. Transcription in "Bible Records - Tombstone Inscriptions" [probably from Davidson Co, TN] Bible in possession of Mrs. Varina Berry Pruden of Rome, GA, daughter of John Marshall Berry and Mary Margaret Rawlins and sent to Mrs. Albert Ewing III)
1637. Doyle Mathis, College Historian & Professor of Government
Berry College (706) 368-5687 Tel (706) 236-2205 Fax < dmathis@berry.edu >
" The oldest James Enfield Berry was born 15 (not 5) April 1790. He actually died 26 Jan 1857 in Jacksonville, Alabama ... not as is sometimes reported as 1879."
1638. “Martha Berry, a North Georgia Notable,” Golden Ink, http://ngeorgia.com/people/berry.html.
1639. “Berry History,” Berry College Oak Hill Museum, http://www.berry.edu/oakhill/history.asp.
1640. “Berrys of North Georgia,” Carol Ann Tindell, http://www.ancestraldesigns.com/berry/, 8 Mar 2003, 1880 Census, Rome, Floyd Co., Georgia, FHL Film 1254146 National Archives Film T9-0146 Page 128D.
1641. “The Story of Martha Berry,” Inez Henry, http://sol.berry.edu/oakhill/story.html.
1643. “BYU Idaho Western Marriages,” Canyon Co., Idaho, ID Number 81917, Edward, DELANEY, Dora, LOVEJOY, Nampa.
1644. “BYU Idaho Marriage Index,” Canyon Co., Idaho, Volume 9, Page 158, ID Number 92347, John W., OWENS, Dora, DELANEY, Nampa, 05 Oct 1917.
1645. “BYU Western States Marriage Index,” ID Number 33762, Owen C., LOVEJOY, Paradise Valley, Minnie, HUGHES, Paradise Valley.
1646. “BYU Western States Marriage Index,” Canyon Co., Idaho, ID Number 82022, Lester, LOVEJOY, Vinnie, LAVAN, Nampa.
1647. “BYU Idaho Western Marriage Index,” Bannock Co., Idaho, ID Number 99601, Albert E., BEVAN, Bertie, LOVEJOY, Pocatello.
, Grooms First Name ., Grooms Last Name , Grooms Residence , Brides First Name , Brides Last Name , Brides Residence , County of Record , Place of Marriage
1648. “BYU Idaho Death Index 1943,” 136225, Certificate Number: 133950, MARRS, IRA A., Date of Birth: 01/26/1868, Date of Death: 05/19/1943, Boise, Ada Co.
1649. “Owyhee County Marriage Records,” Owyhee Co., Idaho, ID Number 10115, William H., ANDERSON, Delamar, Amanda, HUGHES, Owyhee County, Delamar.
1650. “Re: Lawson Hughes,” Norma Tucker, normat25@cableone.net, 8 Sep 2003.
1651. “Western State Marriage Index,” Owyhee Co., Idaho, ID Number 10654, James, HUGHS, Jordan Valley, Malheur Co., Oregon, Retta, BAXTER, Jordan Valley, Malheur Co., Oregon.
1652. “BYU Idaho Western Marriage Index,” Washoe Co., ID Number 265188, B. H., LUTHER, Sarah, HUGHES, Washoe County.
, Grooms First Name , Grooms Last Name Grooms Residence, Brides First Name , Brides Last Name , Brides Residence, County of Record Place of Marriage
1653. “BYU Western States Marriage Index,” Canyon Co., Idaho, ID Number 78310, George L., DRENNAN, E. Alice, BARRINGER, Caldwell.
1654. “BYU Idaho Death Index 1927,” Owyhee Co., ID: 61442, Certificate Number: 058383, HUGHES, JOSEPH, 06/24/1927, near Clatonia.
1655. Newspaper, “Silver State,” Humboldt Co., NV, 20 May 1878, Page 2:3, HUGHES, Frank M, Topics: MARRIAGES; Body: MARRIED. In Carson, Mr. Frank M. Hughes, of this place, to Miss M. A. Small of Carson City.
1656. “BYU Western States Marriage Index,” Storey Co., Nevada, ID Number 100483, Charles M., SMART, Josepine, HUGHES, Virginia City.
1657. “BYU Western States Marriage Index,” Washoe Co., Nevada, ID Number 263809, John, DRENNAN, Rebecca Jane, HUGHES.
1658. “Tiny graves last scars of infamy,” Johnson City Press, Johnson City, Washington Co., TN, Sunday, January 24, 1988, pp 49 & 52, photocopy.
1659. “Family History Missing Info,” Katrina, LDSGurly@hotmail.com, May 5&6, 2007.
1660. “Family History *NEW INFO*,” Katrina Jones, ldsgurly@hotmail.com, May 8, 2009.
1661. “Eskimo’s story brings family peace,” Sunday Globe, Mason City/Clear Lake, Iowa, October 8, 1995, p. A2, newspaper, photocopy JLB.
1662. “family tree,” John Champion Berry III, jesse.berry@gmail.com, December 4, 2006.
1663. “ROBERT T & ANNA E BERRY.xlr,” Descendants of Robert T. and Anna E. Berry, Edgar L Berry, EDGARBERRY2@aol.com, May 1, 2011.
1664. “1930 Census,” Red Hill, Mitchell Co., NC, 12 Apr 1930, Roll: T626_1707, Pg: 6A, ED: 11, Image: 1040, Ancestry.com, Debbie Yelton Puschkar, DKAR90@aol.com.
Line 18 Moses Laws, 54 (b. c1876), NC, age at marriage 24, Occp: Farmer, own farm,(dad & mom b. NC)
Line 19 Wife Cleo Laws, 52 (b. c1876), NC, age at marriage 22, (dad b. TN, mom b. NC)
Line 20 son William Laws, 26 (b. c1904), NC, single, Occp: laborer, farm (dad & mom b. NC)
Line 21 Jeff Laws, 21 (b. c1907), NC, single, Occp: laborer, farm (dad & mom b. NC)
Line 22 dau Leana Laws, 15 (b. c1915), NC, single, (dad & mom b. NC)
1665. “1880 Census,” Harrells, Mitchell Co., North Carolina, Family History Library Film 1254973 NA Film Number T9-0973 Page Number 79D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
James DAVIS Self M Male W 32 TN Farmer NC NC
Alitha DAVIS Wife M Female W 32 NC Keep House NC NC
Henry DAVIS Son S Male W 12 TN TN NC
Polly DAVIS Dau S Female W 11 TN TN NC
John DAVIS Son S Male W 9 TN TN NC
Thomas DAVIS Son S Male W 6 TN TN NC
Sarah DAVIS Dau S Female W 8 TN TN NC
George DAVIS Son S Male W 5 NC TN NC
Jacob DAVIS Son S Male W 4 NC TN NC
1666. GenCircle site, “Chambers Family,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/victn/1, Victor Chambers, victorchamb@aol.com.
1667. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 7 Apr 2000.
1668. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 7 april 2000.
1669. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 12 Jan 2003.
1670. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 4 Dec 2001.
1671. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 8 Feb 2000.
1672. “John Gouge of North Carolina,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jgouge, Steve Peters, ss_peters@mindspring.com, sspeter2@bellsouth.net, 3 May 2002, 8 Feb 2000.
1673. “Garland Family Cemetery,” Limestone Cove, Unicoi Co, TN, http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tn/unicoi/cemeteries/garlnd01.txt, Alice Foster-Blevins, TNriogal@aol.com.
1674. “Ricky Harris v. State of Tennessee,” Court of Criminal Appeals, April 23, 1998, Gary R. Wade, Judge, http://216.239.37.100/search?q=cache:aOLMRPi8yA4C:www.tsc.state.tn.us/OPINIONS/tcca/%255CPDF/982/harrisrk.pdf+%22ricky+harris%22+gouge&hl=en&ie=UTF-8.
1675. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html.
1676. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 5 Jul 2001.
1677. online Obit, Bertha Gouge - UNICOI, Johnson City Press, July 7, 2006, http://ejcpress.com/PrintObit.php?ID=16636.
Bertha Gouge - UNICOI

UNICOI — Mrs. Bertha Melinda Gouge, age 88, 335 McCurry Rd., Unicoi, died Thursday, July 6, 2006, in the Center on Aging and Health.

She was a lifelong resident of Unicoi County and a daughter of the late Samuel F. and Sindie Woodby Jones. Mrs. Gouge was a former employee of Steinway Clothing and Levi Strauss. She was a member of Memorial Union Church, Limestone Cove Community, Unicoi.

Other than her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Waitsel W. Gouge; five brothers, twin brother, Bert Jones, Fred Jones, Harold Jones, Mose Jones and Alfred Jones; and a sister, Elsie Scharfstein.

Survivors include one daughter & son-in-law, Peggy & Robert Q. Ingraham, Jackson; two sons & daughters-in-law, Ben A. & Janice Gouge, Unicoi, Blake W. & Barbara Gouge, Erwin; seven grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; several nieces & nephews.

Funeral service for Mrs. Gouge will be held at 8:00 p.m. Sunday from the Unicoi Funeral Home Chapel. Reverend Bob Ambler and Reverend Scottie Whitson will officiate. Music will be provided by Inez Chandler. Family members and friends will serve as pallbearers. The family will receive friends from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Sunday at the Unicoi Funeral Home. Committal service will be at 10:00 a.m. Monday in Grindstaff Cemetery, Limestone Cove Community, Unicoi. Family, ministers and friends are requested to assemble at the funeral home by 9:30 a.m. Monday to go in procession to the cemetery. Those wishing may make memorial contributions to Erwin Gideon Camp, P. O. Box 398, Erwin, TN 37650.

Condolences may be sent to the family at www.ledfordfuneralhome.com.

Unicoi Funeral Home, 4428 Unicoi Drive, Unicoi is in charge of the arrangements. 743-1381
1678. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 21 Oct 2002.
1679. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 19 Dec 2002.
1680. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 15 Nov 2002.
1681. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 7 Apr 2002.
1682. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 9 Sep 2001.
1683. “Re: [TNCarter] William M. Berry, 1902-1967,” Glenn Sheffield, gksheffield@yahoo.com, November 11, 2005.
1684. “Elizabethton Star Obituary Archive,” http://archives.starhq.com/html/obituaries/obitarchive.html, 27 Sep 1999.
1685. “Baxter Bell Berry,” K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com, 2/27/03 & 3/4/03.
1686. “re: genealogy,” Betty Klassen, JKlas10274@aol.com, October 26, 2007.
1687. “1880 Census,” Prairie Home, Cooper Co., Missouri, Family History Library Film 1254683 NA Film Number T9-0683 Page Number 395A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
1688. “EARLY SETTLERS OF SANGAMON COUNTY - 1876,” John Carroll Powell.
1689. “Re: Hampton cousins,” 1850 Montgomery County, Illinois Census, Cindy Delbridge, cdelbridge@fa.adm.ohio-state.edu, 17 Mar 2003.
1690. “1880 Census,” East Fork, Montgomery Co., Illinois, Family History Library Film 1254237 NA Film Number T9-0237 Page Number 210C, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Cyrus HAMPTON Self M Male W 37 IL Farmer KY IL
Sarah HAMPTON Wife M Female W 30 OH Keeping House BADEN G NY
Charles HAMPTON Son S Male W 10 IL At Home IL OH
Allice HAMPTON Dau S Female W 6 IL IL OH
Laura HAMPTON Dau S Female W 4 IL IL OH
1691. “Allen-Savage,” Connie Allen, lcflkeeper@adelphia.net, June 13, 2006.
1692. “Harrison Genealogy Repository,” Becky Bonner and Josephine Lindsay Bass, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~harrisonrep/Harrison/d0040/g0000047.html#I4348, mar 28 2003.
1693. Rootsweb - Carter Co., TN, “Re: William M. Berry, 1902-1967,” 11 Nov 2005, http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/EeB.2ACE/399.1, Jerry Stout, jerrystout@sbcglobal.net.
1694. “Re: William M. Berry, 1902-1967,” Jerry Stout, jerrystout@sbcglobal.net, November 11, 2005.
1695. “Shenandoah Valley Pioneers and Their Descendants; A History of Frederick County, Virginia,” T.K. Cartmell, 1963.
1696. “Confederate Burials at the Myrtle Hill Cemetery, Rome, Georgia,” http://www.mindspring.com/~jcherepy/genealogy/mhb.html, Bill Cherepy, jcherepy@mindspring.com, "Roster of Confederate Graves", Georgia Division United Daughters of the Confederacy, Centennial edition.
1697. “Thomas Berry to ‘son’ James Berry,” 21 June 1763, Augusta County, Virginia Clerk's Office, Deed Book 11, page 242.
1698. “Samuel B. Redus/Martha Wilson Hutton Family Bible,” Annie Tait Jenkins, daughter of Pearl Chaffin Jenkins, who kept in contact with my grandmother Attilee Redus Bell., Julie Rambo 15 Jan 2002 email: Julie Rambo rambord@juno.com via Patrick Thomson, pthomson@satx.rr.com.
NOTES: This second-hand transcription of a bible record from the family of Samuel Redus and his wife Martha Wilson Hutton was most probably done by Annie Tait Jenkins or her mother, Pearl Chaffin (Redus) Jenkins. Pearl Chaffin Redus was a daughter of James Chaffin Redus and his 2nd wife Harriet Ann Nenson. James Chaffin Redus was a son of Samuel Redus/Martha Wilson Hutton. Martha Wilson Hutton was a daughter of Leonard Hutton and Mary Berry. Mary Berry was a daughter of James Berry and Elizabeth McCutchen. While there are some transcription errors in this handed down record, the value of this record establishes death dates for both James Berry [1804] and his first wife, Elizabeth (McCutchen) Berry [1790] and identifies most of the Mary Berry/Leonard Hutton children and their marriages. On-going research into the Berry/Hutton family verifies and expands the information from the Redus/Hutton bible pages. (see http://lonestar.texas.net/~pthomson/redus/samuel.html for a photograph of Pearl Chaffin Redus and her daughter, Annie Tait Jenkins)
1699. “James Berry to William Berry,” 20 July 1803, recorded 19 Feb 1805, Washington Co, Virginia Clerk's Office, Deed Book 3, pages 217 to 218 [with intervening Power of Attorney granted to Leonard Hatton by William Berry included].
1700. “McCutchen Trace,” Hildegard Smith, privately published, 1964, Trish Harris, Trish2866@aol.com.
1701. “James Berry, wife Elizabeth,” 20 August 1771, Augusta County, Virginia Clerk's Office, Deed Book 17, page 309.
1702. “James Berry, wife Elizabeth,” 14 October 1788, Washington Co, VA Clerk's Office, Deed Book 1, page 97.
1703. “James Berry, wife Martha,” 12 March 1798, Washington Co., VA Clerk's Office, Deed Book 2, page 49 [to Welcome Martin], Deed Book 2, page 50 [to William Greenaway].
1704. Lois Sharp Tonoff, Sharp2tono@aol.com, February, 2000.
1705. “Ancestors of John Lee Sharp,” John Lee Sharp, http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/s/h/a/John-L-Sharp/GENE5-0010.html, November, 2000.
1706. “Family Record of Francis Berry and wife Sarah Sharp in Possession of Mrs. Frank Craig, Corbin, Whitley Co, KY” as certified by Ruby Berry Stallings, 3 Nov 1957. Leslie P. Dryden Correspondence with various descendants in 1950’s. Found in Notebook labeled: “DRYDEN, Shenandoah 3B, 314-437” 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]
1707. James Pederson < jhpeder@soback.kornet.net >
Descendant of Dale Lafayette Berry/Mary 'Polly' Porterfield
email August 2002, Berry Family History
1708. THE DRYDEN FAMILY and Descendents, Book II, Leslie P. Dryden & Ruth T. Dryden, privately printed, 1993, Book available from Jim Scott <jscott42@drydenfamily.com>, page 18.
1709. THE DRYDEN FAMILY and Descendents, Book II, Leslie P. Dryden & Ruth T. Dryden, privately printed, 1993, Book available from Jim Scott <jscott42@drydenfamily.com>, page 19.
1710. THE DRYDEN FAMILY and Descendents, Book II, Leslie P. Dryden & Ruth T. Dryden, privately printed, 1993, Book available from Jim Scott <jscott42@drydenfamily.com>, page 16.
1711. THE DRYDEN FAMILY and Descendents, Book II, Leslie P. Dryden & Ruth T. Dryden, privately printed, 1993, Book available from Jim Scott <jscott42@drydenfamily.com>, pg. 16.
1712. “William Berry, Transcription of Will,” Will Book 1, Page 35, Washington County, Virginia, Carol Vass, SVass@aol.com.
Dated 5 Feb 1781
Proved 19 June 1781

In the name of God Amen, I ,William Berry of the County of Washington & Colony of Virginia being of sound & disposing mind do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament in Manner and form following way. In the first place that my lawful Dues be Collected & Debts Discharged. I bequeath to my son Thomas my Land and Plantation utensials a horse & saddle. I likewise I bequeath to my Wife Mary her living on the Plantation During her Widowhood and her choice of any one of the Mares with her Saddle to be at her disposal. Likewise two cows. In like manner I Will to my two daughters each a Mare and Saddle, two Cows and Calfs and an equal divide of the household furniture. The remainder of my stock I bequeath to be Equally divided between my Wife & Youngest children and to the child my wife is now pregnant with I bequeath Fifteen Hundred pounds of the present Currency now due to me to be laid out to the best advantage for the Child if it lives. & if not , to be divided equally between the Mother and Children Likewise I leave five Hundred Pounds to be laid out for the Schooling & use of the children. The remainder I bequeath to my Wife to be at her disposal. Lastly I do make and constitute for Exectors James Trimbell, James Berry & Thomas Berry I witness when of I have vision to set my hand and Seal this fifth day of February in the year of our Lord 1781.

Teste
Hugh Fullen
James Berry William Berry (seal)


At a court held of Washington County the 19th day of June 1781, This Last Will & Testement of William Deceased and witnessed by the oath of James Berry and witness thereto and by Thomas Berry and James Trimble that the main probated to said wife land furniture of the said William Berry deceased was exhibited in Court & ordered to be recorded.
Attest John Campbell CWC
1713. "Old Concord Cemetery" [Menard Co, IL]
as read by William C. Grosboll in 1963
List compiled from the gravestones in the Old Concord Cemetery on the Grosboll farm.
http://www.rootsweb.com/~ilmenard/cemeteryindex.html/page3.html
1714. "James Weir/Margaret Sharp" Individual 'Detail Record' with Descendant Information including Margaret (Sharp) Weir's Pension Application #R11287 and photocopy of James Weir/Margaret Sharp Bible pages.
JoAnn Wear Spore, 3826 E. Glen St, Tucson AZ 85716 < jowearspore@cox.net >
1715. "James Weir R 11287" Statement of Margaret Weir, wife of James Weir, Application for Pension. Military Service Records, NARA, Washington DC,
1716. The Patriots at Kings Mountain, Bobby Gilmer Moss, Scotia-Hibernia Press, Blacksburg, SC, 1990.
1717. Marie Loughlin, mloughli@centurytel.net.
1718. “Descendants of John M. Camron & Mary Orendorff,” Terry L. Erwin, http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/e/r/w/Terry-L-Erwin/index.html.
1719. Obituary of Baxter Bell Berry, “Death of B. B. Berry, Esq.,” Family Papers of Lamira Samantha (Berry) Cannon [1840-1931], n possession of Mona Cannon, 712 So. Humboldt St., San Mateo, CA 94402, mcannon3@comcast.net, email transmission: February 2003.
1720. “Martha A. [Berry] Clark Obituary,” Family Papers of Lamira Samantha (Berry) Cannon [1840-1931], In possession of Mona Cannon, 712 So. Humboldt St., San Mateo, CA 94402, mcannon3@comcast.net.
1721. “Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 1763–1900,” llinois State Archives & the Illinois State Genealogical Societ, http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/archives/genealogy/forms/marrsrch.html, Illinois State Archives, http://www2.sos.state.il.us/departments/archives/genealogy/marrsrch.html, 09/12/1839.
1722. “1880 Census,” Tallula, Menard Co., Illinois, Family History Library Film 1254236 NA Film Number T9-0236 Page Number 245A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Zarel C. SPEARS Self M Male W 61 KY Nothing KY KY
Mary H. SPEARS Wife M Female W 58 IN Keeping House TN NC
Charles T. SPEARS Son M Male W 27 IL Underwriter KY IN
Cordelia E. SPEARS DauL M Female W 24 IL Keeping House PA KY
Clarence B. SPEARS GSon S Male W 5 IL At Home IL IL
1723. " Descendants of Hugh Weir" (ca 1725 Antrim, IR - 1779 Rockbridge Co, VA)
JoAnn Wear Spore, 3826 E. Glen St, Tucson, AZ 85716 < jowearspore@cox.net >
August, 2002 email to Carol Vass. Information based on
"Weir/Wear Families FROM HERE & THERE to the White House"
by Olga Jones Edwards and JoAnn Wear Spore, J. Spore, c.1990. 244 pp
1724. Margaret Robe Summitt <csummitt@gte.net>
WEIR Family File submitted to Rootsweb 'World Connect' Project
1725. “Indian Atrocities Along the Clinch, Powell and Holston Rivers of Southwest Virginia,” Emory L. Hamilton, http://www.rootsweb.com/~varussel/indian/index.html, [transcribed by Rhonda Robertson <rsr@mounet.com>].
1726. nancy_wood@email.msn.com, May 18, 1999, To: Carol Vass.
1727. “BLOUNT COUNTY, TENNESSEE MARRIAGES B's,” http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tn/blount/vitals/blountb.txt, Brenda Jordan Raymond, Myself33@aol.com.
1728. “Ruspoli-Droutzkoy Case—Decision No. 170 ,” REPORTS OF INTERNATIONAL ARBITRAL AWARDS, 15 May 1957, VOLUME XIV - pp. 314-320, http://tinyurl.com/6b38lm, http://tinyurl.com/6pumf5.
1729. “Berrys of North Georgia,” Carol Ann Tindell, http://www.ancestraldesigns.com/berry/, 8 Mar 2003, 1880 Census, Rome, Floyd Co., GA, FHL Film 1254146 National Archives Film T9-0146 Page 128D.
1730. New York Times - Page 9, 175 words, December 6, 1909, Monday.
1731. New York Times, January 8, 1910, http://tinyurl.com/5uzbqd.
1732. "Descendants of Thomas Hope and Jennet Wilkin" from the family files of Helen Hope Gibson, Oklahoma City, OK, June 2002.
1733. “Thomas Berry,” died 20 September 1844, Division of Estate Papers, November 1844, Circuit Court, Williamson Co, Tennessee.
1734. “Adam Hope Will,” 3 May 1802, Will Book 2, page 351, Clerk's Office, Washington Co, Virginia, Proved after 22 August 1802.
1735. Circuit Court Term, 1832 Territory of Arkansas - Hampstead County:
David Berry, Thomas Berry and others heirs at law of George Berry, Complaintants
vs William Hickman & others Defendants
1736. Wills and Inventories of Williamson County, Tennessee, Book 2, 1812-1818, Abstracted by Louise Gillespie Lynch, 1971.
1737. “Will of Thomas Berry [Jr],” Will Dated: 25 April 1812; Proved 21 May 1812, Washington County, Virginia, Will Book 3, Page 280, 281[pages illegible].
[Heirs: wife, Prudence; sons: Thomas, James, John, George, Bazil, David, Robert and two daughters of deceased son, William.]
1738. “Descendants of 'Jocky' Thomas Berry Junior [ca 1742-1812],” Research papers, Ron Thompson, a direct descendant of Thomas Berry Jr through his son, Lt. James Berry [1771-27 Mar 1814], crash74@earthlink.net, Watauga, Texas.
1739. "The Family of John and Mary Berry" from the family files of Carol T. York, 41 Four Winds Drive, Middletown, NJ 07748 [unknown date of compilation]
1740. “Bird Berry/Dinah Buster (+ Basil Berry),” Carol Vass, SVass@aol.com, 26 & 28 Aug 2003.
1741. Places in Time: Volume III, South from Abingdon to the Holston, Nanci C. King, Tucker Printing, Marion, Virginia.
1742. “Descendants of John McCutcheon and Elizabeth Weir,” http://www.mccutchenfamily.net/archive/gedcoms/ld_watts/html/fam01136.htm.
1743. “George (1746-1813) and Margaret (McAfee) Buchanan: His ancestors and Descendants,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~fairbanks/buchanan/history.htm.
1744. “1820 Census,” Washington County, Indiana, Ancestry.com on-line image, State: Indiana Year: 1820 County: Washington Roll: M33_14.
1745. “1830 Census,” Fountain County, Indiana, Ancestry.com on-line census image, State: Indiana Year: 1830 County: Fountain Roll: M19_32.
1747. “email to Carol Vass,” Mary E. (Corky) Swanson, Corky_Swanson@yahoo.com.
1748. letter, Mary Lucinda Redus Ellington, Pearl C. Jenkins, April 16, 1902.
"Martinsville, Capiah Cty Miss
April 16, 1902

Mrs. Pearl C. Jenkins
Fayette, Miss.

My Dear Niece,

My great-grandfather Redus came to the United States before the Revolutionary War with a wife & two children -- a son and a daughter. The son's name was James A. (he was my grandfather), the daughter's name was Phoebe; which of the two was the older, I do not know. Great Grandfather fled from England on account of religious persecution. When my Grandfather was 11 years old his father and mother returned to England to recover their property which had been confiscated to the Crown of England because of their religious beliefs and restoration of property was made to all who had fled because of their religion (for King Charles was now dead). Great grandpa and his wife left their two children in care of their servants, and returned to England for said confiscated property. From what I have often heard from my father and mother, they were successful and started home but were lost at sea. In the meantime, great-grandpa's home was burned and every clue to wealth were burned with the home. So Grandpa and Aunt Phoebe were left penniless. I don't know what became of the servants, but this I do know according to the laws of Virginia, orphans who had no appointed guardian had to be apprenticed to learn some trade. Grandpa was apprenticed to a Blacksmith and learned the trade. After he had served the time of his apprenticeship he went into business for himself and later married. I cannot remember to whom he married. By this marriage he had three sons and two daughters. I will give you the names of these children, except one of the girls; I have forgotten her given name and also the name of the man she married. The other daughter's name was Lydia. She married a man by the name of South. They lived in Baltimore. They were immensely rich, so was the Aunt, whose name I have forgotten. Uncle James lived to be one hundred and four years old. Uncle Tomas (always called Tommie) and Uncle William (called Billie) lived to be quite old also. Grandpa's second marriage was to Miss Sarah Chaffin, a Pennsylvania Dutch lady. She was my own Grandmother, and your great Grandmother. By this marriage they had five sons and two daughters. The sons were Aaron, Joel, Benjamin, Samuel (my Pa), and John. The girls were: Hettie and Mary (called Polly). Aunt Hettie
married a Mr. Glover, and Aunt Polly married a Mr. Rice Scott. Uncle Aaron married Miss Lucy Oglesby, and I don't know who Joel married. Catherine English I believe. Uncle Benjamin died when he was 16 or 18 years old. Uncle John married Sarah Hutton, and Samuel married Martha W. Hutton; you see, two brothers married two sisters. All of them were prosperous people, some of them very wealthy. Wherever a Redus may be found whether he or she may be good or bad, the same blood that flows in their veins is in ours also. And I can assure you that no one can consciously say that the Redus are of low origin. They have always held their heads with the best, this is no boast. The gentleman who told me of the Huttons also knows some Redus people in North Alabama, one he says, is worth several hundred thousand dollars. He says he is one of the best men he has ever known. I have done the best that I can do; I know that you can rely on what I have written. I may have forgotten some points of interest. One thing more, all that I have ever known are strictly honorable and if a stain has ever rested on any of the name, I have never heard of it. I am also of the belief that if we knew how to go about it that we are justly entitled to considerable wealth in England. Write real soon,

Your devoted Aunt,
Mary L. Ellington

P.S. I am going on 78 years old. Aunt Phoebe married a Mr. Durnell. Grandpa and Grandma were Quakers. I had a genealogy of the Hutton and Berry families commencing in 1600 but unfortunately it is lost. Information concerning Aaron Redus' marriage was given me by P. M. Crawford, a grandson of Aaron Redus. Information about Joel Redus' marriage to Catherine English was given to me by Mrs. E. Douglas Hood, a great Granddaughter."
1749. “1880 Census,” Martinsville, Copiah Co., Mississippi, Family History Library Film 1254645 NA Film Number T9-0645 Page Number 43A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Mary ELLINGTON Self W Female W 55 AL Housekeeping VA VA
Robert ELLINGTON Son S Male W 19 MS Farm Laborer GA AL
Martha ALLEN Dau W Female W 26 MS GA AL
Thomie ALLEN GDau S Female W 4 MS TN MS
1750. “Berry Frank Redus,” Brenda Shattles Fohlmeister, uwe@cableone.net, 25 Apr 2004.
1751. The CRAWFORD and BRATTON FAMILIES As Related to the HOGSHEAD/HOGSETT FAMILY, Research Notes, Compiled by Jean Thomson Gillett, jtgillet@jps.net, 134 Lido Circle, Sacramento, CA, March, 2000.
1752. “Descendants of Robert Bratton/Ann McFarland,” http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jeant_5&id=I1453, Jean T. Gillett, jtgillett@bigvalley.net.
1753. Cooley Family Information: Descendants of Rev. Jonathan Cooley and Malinda Berry Maxwell, daughter of James Maxwell/Grisal Berry. Rev. Cooley was a Cumberland Presbyterian Minister.
http://www.cumberland.org/HFCPC/minister/CooleyFamily.htm
1754. “James REDUS - Third Generation,” http://www.surnamedigest.com/branson/gedcoms/redus/pafg03.htm#7873.
1755. “1850 Census,” White Co., Indiana, Ancestry.com on-line image, Roll: M432_181; Township: District 130 Page: 421 Image: 212.
1756. “Charles Reagan Will.,” 3 May 1815, Blount Co., TN.
Protested by heirs: 25 Sept 1815.
Presented by Executors to a Jury: 29 Dec 1815 and ordered to be recorded by the Court.
Heirs: wife, Elizabeth;
Children:
sons: Henry Reagan; Charles Reagan; Ahimaaz Reagan; William Reagan, dec'd.; John Reagan
daughters: "daughter Rebecca Berry wife of James Berry"; "daughter Peggy Cochrane, wife of Hugh Cochrane"
grandsons: Charles Reagan, son of William Reagan, dec'd; Charles Reagan, son of Ahimaaz Reagan.
Complete Transcription in Family Group Sheet: "Descendants of Charles Reagan and Elizbeth Unknown [possibly Henry] " from Carol (Gehrs) Mitchell, 134 Schnauzer Lane, Beaver Falls, PA 15010 <carolmit@usaor.net> 724-847-4473 FAX (413) 581-2661
1757. “Charles W. Berry,” K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com, 30 Oct 2003, A Memorial and Biographical History of Johnson & Hill Counties, Texas, Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, 1892, p. 469, PDF file.
1758. “Washington County marriage register, 1782-1820,” Baltimore, Md.: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1961, 104 pgs, Heritage Quest online, http://www.heritagequestonline.com, p. 68.
1759. "History of John Miller Camron Family" Mini Bios of People of Scots Descent
http://www.electricscotland.com/history/world/bios/camron_john.htm
1760. “Re: Wear family,” Cindy S. Munson, piloy392jm2672@msn.com, 1 Dec 2004.
1761. “Descendants of Abraham Weir & Isabelle ?,” JoAnn Wear Spore, jowearspore@cox.net, to Carol Vass, August, 2002.
Information based on
"Weir/Wear Families FROM HERE & THERE to the White House"
by Olga Jones Edwards and JoAnn Wear Spore, J. Spore, c.1990. 244 pp
1762. “Re: Specklemire/Berry,” Linda Brown, Farmofbrown@aol.com, 2 July 2003.
1763. “1880 Census,” Washington, Pettis Co., Missouri, June 28 & 29, 1880, Family History Library Film 1254708 NA Film Number T9-0708 Page Number 13A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Jas. BERRY Self M Male W 28 MO Farmer MO MO
Mollie E. BERRY Wife M Female W 19 MO Keeping House MO VA
Maggie BERRY Dau S Female W 1 MO MO MO
Finis BERRY Father W Male W 75 KY Farmer VA VA
1764. “1880 Census,” Precinct 6, Hood Co., Texas, Family History Library Film 1255311 NA Film Number T9-1311 Page Number 37B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Milton BERRY Self M Male W 35 MO VA ---
Flore BERRY Wife M Female W 30 KY Keeping House KY TN
Della BERRY Dau S Female W 8 TX MO KY
John BERRY Son S Male W 6 TX MO KY
Stella BERRY Dau S Female W 2 TX MO KY
1765. “Catherine Jane Redus Your ID:I 09387 , 8879 , 10735 , 33279 , or 72129,” Patrick E. Roper, {patrickeroper@yahoo.com}, September 14, 2007.
1766. posted by:, Fred Downs, September 21, 2001.
1767. SCRoots Forum E-Mail Archives, “KIRKPATRICK, Robert & Descendants,” Carol Mitchell, carolmit@usaor.net, 31 Mar 1998.
1768. “Re: Alfred Greene and Mary "Polly" Berry,” Lea Ann Russell, mklajb@aol.com, April 5, 2007, Greene Family Tree of Jeremiah and Anne Hartley Greene 1700-1970, Alton Lee Greene.
1769. “1910 U. S Census,” Johnson City, Washington Co., Tennessee, Ward 3, District 201, enumerated April 18, 1910.
Roan St.
78 78 Jones, Sam Head M W 30 M 10 TN TN TN Lumber Inspector
-- Nora Wife F W 26 M 10 7 4 TN TN TN
-- Humpres Son M W 10 TN TN TN
-- Carl Son M W 7 TN TN TN
-- Ollie Dau F W 4 TN TN TN
-- Luciel Dau F W 3/12 TN TN TN
-- John Brother M W 28 S TN TN TN Laborer
1770. “Bill.ged,” 21 April 2003, William Thomas Berry, Jr., wberry5@cox.net.
1771. “William W. Long roots; John Alexander Long,” Vicki Long-Purkeypyle, vpurkeypyle@cox.net, Dec 17, 2005.
1772. James Beau Berry, kfcboyno1@yahoo.com, Feb. 12, 2006.
1773. “1881 Canada Census,” Ste-Louis Ward, Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, LDS FamilySearch, Family History Library Film 1375854; NA Film Number C-13218, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
District 90, Sub-district E, Division 8, Page Number 18, Household Number 74
Francis BERRY M Male Irish 48 Ireland Inspecteur D Assin Episcopal
Eleonore BERRY M Female Irish 43 Ireland Episcopal
Marborough BERRY Male Irish 20 Ireland Commis Episcopal
Charles F. BERRY Male Irish 18 Ireland Commis Episcopal
Frederick W. BERRY Male Irish 15 Ireland Commis Episcopal
Thomas G. BERRY Male Irish 9 Quebec Episcopal
1774. “Re: genealogy,” Ann Oswald, dan8309@cox.net, January 11, 2006.
1775. “Will of Frank B. Salisbury, Sr.,” April 20, 1984.
1776. “Research by Ruth McDowell - ruthmcd@grm.net.”
Ruth is a decendent of Almyra Donner Berry, Dau. of Virginia Linson Donner
505 Michigan Ave. P.O. Box 97
Lorimor, IA 50149
(515) 763-2187
1777. “Research by Harold D. Smith - hsmith6@sc.rr.com.”
1778. “Interview of Ellener King Berry by her g-nephew Rev. Elisha Sterling Price King,” early 1888, Molly Bejarano, molly@etcrier.net.
he found her alive and well, clear and alert at age 95
1779. “James Allen Berry,” Sharon Hall, mshall@hctc.com, 12 July 2000.
1780. “1880 Census,” District 20, Sullivan Co., Tennessee, Family History Library Film 1255281 NA Film Number T9-1281 Page Number 397B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
John H. BERRY Self M Male W 48 TN Farmer TN TN
F. A. J. BERRY Wife M Female W 38 TN Keeping House VA VA
W. Adison BERRY Son S Male W 27 TN Shoemaker TN TN
E. Jane BERRY Dau S Female W 21 TN TN TN
Julia T. BERRY Dau S Female W 20 TN TN TN
I. G. Harris BERRY Son S Male W 19 TN Farming TN TN
John T. BERRY Son S Male W 17 TN On Farm TN TN
J. Andrew BERRY Son S Male W 15 TN On Farm TN TN
Angeline B. BERRY Dau S Female W 13 TN TN TN
Zolemaater BERRY Dau S Female W 5 TN TN TN
Cornelia R. BERRY Dau S Female W 3 TN TN TN
Chales W. BERRY Son S Male W 1 TN TN TN
Ellener BERRY Mother W Female W 87 TN At Home PA PA
1781. “Gregory Kent Laughlin's Website,” http://alonzo.onu.edu/genealogy/d0018/F3269.html#I08668, gives 1888 as date of death.
1782. “Andrew P. Thomas' Families of Washington and Smyth Co, VA,” http://claynet.com/athomas/, February 12, 1888.
1783. Visitation of Ireland, Reprinted Six Volumes in One, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1973, Joseph Jackson Howard, Frederick Arthur Crisp, Volume 3, 1899, “BERRY, formerly of Eglish Castle, King’s County,” p. 21.
1784. “History of the Stirling Family,” January 1808, Mrs. Jane McCausland, Photocopy of typescript.
1785. “A Little Bit of Ireland,” http://www.celticcousins.net/ireland/anthologia_hibernica.htm.
INDEX
To The
Births, Marriages, & Deaths
IN
ANTHOLOGIA HIBERNICA
1793-1794

DEATHS
Berry, Knight, at Cloncen, in King's co. 5 Apr 1793 p. 323
1786. “Bible Record of Obediah S. Brown (1792-1884) & Elizabeth Katherine ‘Kate’ Berry (1858-1941),” As of June, 2004, Original bible record in possession of:, William Evert Brown, 2912 Charlotte Ct. # 94, Ames, IA 50014-8389, billandavis@aol.com.
BIRTHS
Callie Winnifred Brown June 5th 1880 one o’clock
Ira C. Brown December 21st 1882 at Eight o’clock
Adela May Brown December 7th 1884 ten o’clock PM
Mabel Helena Brown April 28th 1887 Seven o’clock AM
Laura Brown July 28th 1889 Twelve o’clock
Frank Brown October 12th 1891 Eight o’clock
Orvin Brown October 4th 1893 one o’clock
Zelpha Brown August 30th 1895 Six o’clock
Elijah Earle Brown August 13th 1897 Two o’clock
Ruth Brown April 25th 1899 Seven o’clock
Olive Rebecca Brown August 31 1901
William Howard Brown July 16, 1904 one o’clock

MARRIAGES
William Brown to Lucile McKibbens Oct 27 1928
O. S. Brown and Elizabeth K. Berry were married April 3d A.D. 1879
Callie Winifred Brown and Robert Snider were married September 20 1898
Adellia May Brown and Albert M. Mason October Eleventh 1905
Laura Brown and John M. Mounts was married [May 16th?] 1911.
Ira C. Brown and Marchie C. Brown was married Dec 27th 1912
Ruth Catherine Brown to Lewis Clyde Wilson were married Aug 29th 1917
Zelphia Brown to Roy Porter were married Dec 3, 1917
Olive Rebecca Brown & Bryan Gustine were married Feb 5, 1918

DEATHS
Mabel Helen Brown May 13th 1896
Ruth Catherine Williams Wallo Jan 2nd 1933
Obediah S. Brown February 5, 1936, 8 AM
Elizabeth Kate Brown July 24, 1941 5:30 PM
Ira C. Brown Feb 7, 1952
Winifred Snider May 1, 1955
Olive R. Gustin Dec 2, 1956
1787. “1880 United States Federal Census,” Dist 227, Sandcreek Twp., Union Co., Iowa, enumerated July 12, 1880, Ancestry.com.
77 79 Berry, James W M 60 Farmer Vir Vir Vir
--- Sarah W F 53 Wife Va Va Vir
--- William W M 18 Son Iowa Va Va
--- Margret W F 16 Dau Iowa Va Va
--- Mary W F 13 Dau Iowa Va Va
--- Elija W M 11 Son Iowa Va Va
1788. “Miscellanea Genealogica et Heraldica,” W. Bruce Bannerman, 1904, Mitchell, Hughes and Clarke, London, Third Series, Volume 5, p. 85 et seq, Google Books, http://books.google.com/books?id=Pkkq6uPaFIEC&pg=RA8-PA85&lpg=RA8-PA85&dq=%22smith+massey+berry%22&source=web&ots=RdJB1dml7c&sig=HA9XP42QM1odEgvE-ZZr2g-_Toc.
1789. “Census of Ireland, 1911.” File: Manners Berry
1790. “Berry and Cawte connections,” Lynda Rooke, lyndarooke123@hotmail.co.uk, 16 Feb 2010.
1791. “cawte berry 280908,” lyndarooke123, http://trees.ancestry.co.uk/tree/7871463/family/familyview.
1792. The Hinshaw Family Association, http://www.rawbw.com/~hinshaw/, “Valley Virginia Henshaw.”
1793. “The Arms of Thomas Berry and his descendants,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/thomas_berry_arms.html, James L. Berry, jim@langolier.net, March 1, 2006.
1794. Ancestry, Mooers, “Re: Descendants of Francis Mooers,” Karen M. Olson, 11 Mar 2003.
1795. “Descendants of John Edmund Mooers,” 15 May 2003, Karon Olson, kmo1cook@msn.com.
1796. “1880 Census,” Township 4, Shasta Co., California, Family History Library Film 1254082 NA Film Number T9-0082 Page Number 37B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
John E. MOOERS Self M Male W 55 ME Dry Good Merchant ME ME
Mary J. MOOERS Wife M Female W 47 NY Keeping House NY NY
Lottie J. MOOERS Dau S Female W 20 MI Without Occupation ME NY
Florence A. MOOERS Son S Male W 17 CA Clerk In Store ME NY
John I. MOOERS Son S Male W 5 CA ME NY
1797. “Grandpa and Grandma Mooers,” Karen M. Olson, kmo1cook@msn.com, 10 May 2003.
1798. “Carl Boston ancestry,” Glenys Boston Egbert, roselady920@msn.com, 15 May 2003.
1799. “RE: Turbetts,” Anne Wilmot, AnneWilmot@eversheds.com, March 18, 2009. File: langlois turbett
1800. “1910 & 1920 U. S Census,” Sonoma County, Analy Township, California, E.D. #136 & #128, respectively, enumerated May 5, 1910 and March 15/16, 1920, multimedia image with Massey G. Berry.
1801. “Ancestors and Cousins of Dane Coefer,” http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=javadane&id, Dane Coefer, javadane@msn.com.
1802. “1880 Census,” Doe River Cove, Carter Co., Tennessee, Family History Library Film 1255247 NA Film Number T9-1247 Page Number 273C, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
John WHITEHEAD Self M Male W 51 TN Farmer NC NC
Nancy A. WHITEHEAD Wife M Female W 42 TN Keeping House TN TN
Isaac T. WHITEHEAD Son S Male W 11 TN At Home TN TN
Julia WHITEHEAD Dau S Female W 10 TN TN TN
Sarah WHITEHEAD Dau S Female W 7 TN TN TN
James WHITEHEAD Son S Male W 5 TN TN TN
Henry WHITEHEAD Son S Male W 3 TN TN TN
1803. “1880 Census,” Elk Creek, Carter Co., Tennessee, Family History Library Film 1255247 NA Film Number T9-1247 Page Number 251B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Wm. C. WHITEHEAD Self M Male W 48 TN Farmer TN TN
Nancy E. WHITEHEAD Wife M Female W 42 TN Keeping House TN TN
John A. WHITEHEAD Son S Male W 19 TN At School TN TN
Hannah J. WHITEHEAD Dau S Female W 17 TN House Work TN TN
Loueasy C. WHITEHEAD Dau S Female W 15 TN At Home TN TN
Celia L. H. WHITEHEAD Dau S Female W 11 TN House Work TN TN
Alexander HILL Other S Male W 20 TN Laborer TN TN
1804. “1880 Census,” Doe River Cove, Carter Co., Tennessee, Family History Library Film 1255247 NA Film Number T9-1247 Page Number 274B, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Thomas WHITEHEAD Self M Male W 46 TN Farmer TN NC
Hannah WHITEHEAD Wife M Female W 37 TN Keeping House NC TN
Catchren WHITEHEAD Dau S Female W 12 TN At Home TN TN
James WHITEHEAD Son S Male W 9 TN TN TN
Carter WHITEHEAD Son S Male W 8 TN TN TN
Oliver WHITEHEAD Son S Male W 7 TN TN TN
Li...Ies WHITEHEAD Dau S Female W 4 TN TN TN
Dealia J. WHITEHEAD Dau S Female W 6M TN TN TN
1805. “1880 Census,” Bells, Unicoi Co., Tennessee, Family History Library Film 1255283 NA Film Number T9-1283 Page Number 83A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Wm. D. OBRIEN Self M Male W 70 PA Farmer PA PA
Melvina OBRIEN Wife M Female W 65 TN Keeping House TN TN
Mary A. OBRIEN Dau S Female W 44 TN At Home PA TN
James OBRIEN Son S Male W 36 TN At Home PA TN
Maggie OBRIEN Dau S Female W 22 TN At Home PA TN
1806. “FAMILY GROUP SHEET James L. Stinson, Sr.,” Mona Katherine Claycomb, mona_katherine@yahoo.com, 28 May 2003.
1807. “FAMILY GROUP SHEET James L. Stinson, Jr.,” Mona Katherine Claycomb, mona_katherine@yahoo.com, 28 May 2003.
1808. “Find A Grave,” http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=collins&GSfn=v&GSby=1896&GSbyrel=before&GSdyrel=all&GSob=n&GRid=6579124&, Gary W. Cumbie, contributor, kcmo49@sbcglobal.net, 6 July 2002.
1809. “Re: Berry dilemma,” Ann Parker, beauandi@sierratel.com, 15-17 June 2003.
1810. “1880 Census,” Precinct 7, Bell Co., Texas, Family History Library Film 1255290 NA Film Number T9-1290 Page Number 435A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
A. H. PARKER Self M Male W 46 MS Farmer & Cooper & Mechanic KY MS
Mary E. PARKER Wife M Female W 29 TN Keeping House TN TN
William PARKER Son S Male W 11 TX At Home MS TN
Mary PARKER Dau S Female W 9 TX Going To School MS TN
Emma PARKER Dau S Female W 7 TX At Home MS TN
Jane PARKER Dau S Female W 5 TX At Home MS TN
Franklin PARKER Son S Male W 3 TX At Home MS TN
Jesse PARKER Son S Male W 10M TX At Home MS TN
L. P. BERRY Other S Male W 17 TN Laboring On Farm TN TN
1811. GenCircle Site, “Niles-Hipsher-Engle-Ballard,” http://www.gencircles.com/users/rhn259/2, ritaniles, rhn259@hotmail.com.
1812. “1880 Census,” Sugar Loaf, Sebastian Co., Arkansas, Family History Library Film 1254057 NA Film Number T9-0057 Page Number 645D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
1813. GenWeb Query, Washington Co., Virginia, BERRY, Cathie Hargreaves, July 13, 2000, http://www.rootsweb.com/~vawashin/query018.htm#688.
1814. Judy K. Wilson, judykwilson@adelphia.net, 10 July 2004, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=langolier&id=I35154.
1815. “Samuel Hervy Laughlin Diary,” Samuel Hervey Laughlin, http://home.att.net/~jlp1/reports/shlaughlindiary.htm, 1845, section two.
1816. “Samuel Hervy Laughlin Diary,” Samuel Hervey Laughlin, http://home.att.net/~jlp1/reports/shlaughlindiary.htm, 1845, Section six.
1817. “Samuel Hervy Laughlin Diary,” Samuel Hervey Laughlin, http://home.att.net/~jlp1/reports/shlaughlindiary.htm, 1845, section three.
1818. “DNA Project,” Carol Vass, SVass@aol.com, 7 Aug 2003.
1819. “Re: Message from Berry:a little help needed,” Sterling Berry, spberry@att.net, April 20, 2011.
1820. “History of Union County, Kentucky,” Evansville Indiana, 1886, pp. 667, 668, email, “Questions on David Berry,” 7 Aug 2003, K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com.
1821. Vern & Carol Rumley, rummy@ptd.net, 14 May 2007.
1822. “1850 U.S. Census,” Strawbury Twp., Lawrence Co., Arkansas, 6 Nov 1850, Roll M432_27, p. 225, Image 450, Ancestry.com.
477 477 Bird Berry 35 M 200 Va
Dinah " 28 F "
John K. " 10 M Ark
George " 5 M "
James " 2 M "
1823. “Re: Berry/Crow,” K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com, 26 Aug & 16 Sep 2003.
Johnson County, Texas in 1860.

186/187
M653_1298 450a Berry A J 45 m VA (Andrew Jackson)
M653_1298 450a Berry A J 34 f VA (nee McSpadden)
M653_1298 450a Berry H M M 16 m MO (Hugh Moses Milton)
M653_1298 450a Berry M E A 11 f MO (Margaret E A)
M653_1298 450a Berry W F 9 m TX
M653_1298 450a Berry M A 4 f TX
M653_1298 450a Berry J E 11/12 f TX

598/610
M653_1298 480b Berry John 62 m VA
M653_1298 480b Berry Nancy W 62 f VA (nee Apperson)
M653_1298 480b Berry R A M 21 f TX (R Amanda M)
M653_1298 480b Kirkwood Martha 16 f MS

599/611
M653_1298 480b Berry J L A 34 m VA (John Lafayette Apperson)
M653_1298 480b Berry James N 6 m TX
M653_1298 480b Berry John H 3 m TX
M653_1298 480b Berry M R C 24 m VA (Moses Randolph Columbus)
(According to Angelina County, Texas marriage records, John L A Berry married K. A. Odell, 24 Aug 1852. She apparently died 1857-1860)


602/614
M653_1298 481a Berry Samuel 30 m AL
M653_1298 481a Berry A A E 27 f AL
M653_1298 481a Berry Joseph 5 m LA
M653_1298 481a Berry John C 4 m LA
M653_1298 481a Berry Sarah E 2 f TX
M653_1298 481a Berry Amanda J 1 f TX
(Could this be another branch of the family? The wife's initials are unusual. Could this actually be one of John Berry's daughters married to a cousin? Not that many families gave three first names to their children.)


638/651
M653_1298 483b Berry John W 35 m KY (attorney at law)
M653_1298 483b Berry Sarah C 18 f KY
M653_1298 483b Berry Susan S 3 f TX
M653_1298 483b Berry Margaret A 2 f TX
M653_1298 483b Berry Clarence P 3/12 m TX
1824. “1870 U.S. Census,” Black River Twp., Lawrence Co., Arkansas, 21 Jun 1870, Roll M593_58, p. 252, Image 33, Ancestry.com.
194 194 Bird Berry 54 M W Farmer 300 545 Virginia cannot write
Diana " 52 F W Keeping house Virginia
George W. " 24 M W Farm laborer Arkansas
James R. " 21 M W Farm laborer Arkansas
Martha Knighton 11 F W Arkansas
1825. “ARKANSAS - Marriages - Early to 1850,” Liahona Research Inc, Precision Indexing, Copyright 1990, K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com, p. 15.
1826. “Re: Bird Berry/Dinah Buster (+ Basil Berry),” K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com, 28 Aug 2003.
Johnson County, Texas in 1860.

186/187
M653_1298 450a Berry A J 45 m VA (Andrew Jackson)
M653_1298 450a Berry A J 34 f VA (nee McSpadden)
M653_1298 450a Berry H M M 16 m MO (Hugh Moses Milton)
M653_1298 450a Berry M E A 11 f MO (Margaret E A)
M653_1298 450a Berry W F 9 m TX
M653_1298 450a Berry M A 4 f TX
M653_1298 450a Berry J E 11/12 f TX

598/610
M653_1298 480b Berry John 62 m VA
M653_1298 480b Berry Nancy W 62 f VA (nee Apperson)
M653_1298 480b Berry R A M 21 f TX (R Amanda M)
M653_1298 480b Kirkwood Martha 16 f MS

599/611
M653_1298 480b Berry J L A 34 m VA (John Lafayette Apperson)
M653_1298 480b Berry James N 6 m TX
M653_1298 480b Berry John H 3 m TX
M653_1298 480b Berry M R C 24 m VA (Moses Randolph Columbus)
(According to Angelina County, Texas marriage records, John L A Berry married K. A. Odell, 24 Aug 1852. She apparently died 1857-1860)


602/614
M653_1298 481a Berry Samuel 30 m AL
M653_1298 481a Berry A A E 27 f AL
M653_1298 481a Berry Joseph 5 m LA
M653_1298 481a Berry John C 4 m LA
M653_1298 481a Berry Sarah E 2 f TX
M653_1298 481a Berry Amanda J 1 f TX
(Could this be another branch of the family? The wife's initials are unusual. Could this actually be one of John Berry's daughters married to a cousin? Not that many families gave three first names to their children.)


638/651
M653_1298 483b Berry John W 35 m KY (attorney at law)
M653_1298 483b Berry Sarah C 18 f KY
M653_1298 483b Berry Susan S 3 f TX
M653_1298 483b Berry Margaret A 2 f TX
M653_1298 483b Berry Clarence P 3/12 m TX
1827. “Carol's Berry/McCutchen family file,” 23 Mar 2003, Carol Vass, SVass@aol.com, from Extract of 1832 Hempstead Co., Arkansas "Heirs of George Berry, d. 1818" lawsuit.
1828. “Scott County Marriages 1815-1829,” http://www.rootsweb.com/~vascott/marriage/marr1.html, Becky Falin, 1996.
1829. “ARKANSAS - Marriages - Early to 1850,” Liahona Research Inc, Precision Indexing, Copyright 1990, K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com, p. 16.
1830. “Re: Gourley,” 4 Sep 2003, “Gurley,” 7 Sep 2003, Ann Burcham, aburcham@gci.net.
1831. “1880 Census,” District 43, Falls Co., Texas, Family History Library Film 1255302 NA Film Number T9-1302 Page Number 272A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
E. J. GURLEY Self M Male W 55 AL Farmer NC SC
Virginia GURLEY Wife M Female W 34 LA House Keeping LA LA
John GURLEY Son S Male W 5 TX AL LA
Mary A. GURLEY Dau S Female W 24 TX AL SC
Frank A. BLOCKER Nephew S Male W 20 AL Farmer AL AL
E. H. ALEXANDER BroL S Male W 29 LA LA LA
Eliza SHARROW Other S Female MU 28 SC Servant SC SC
Sally GLENN Other S Female B 12 TX Servant AFRICA SC
1832. “The Handbook of Texas Online,” The Texas State Historical Association, http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/view/GG/fgu8.html.
1833. Waco Daily Times Herald, Jan. 12, 1914, http://www.usgennet.org/usa/tx/county/mclennan/obits/jan1914.htm#capt__davis_gurley.
WACO DAILY TIMES HERALD
JANUARY 12, 1914
MONDAY

GRIM REAPER SUMMONS CAPT. DAVIS GURLEY
Pioneer Resident of this City Died Yesterday Afternoon

Lingering four days in a state of coma, an attack which appeared last Wednesday night proved fatal yesterday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock for Capt. Davis R. Gurley, aged 77 years, who passed away at his home, corner of Gurley and South Third streets.
The funeral took place this afternoon at 3 o'clock, services being conducted at the residence by Rev. A. D. Porter, pastor of the Morrow Street Methodist Church. Interment was made at Oakwood, and the Mason's had charge at the grave. The pallbearers were: M. T. Bell, Judge Marshall Surratt, City Commissioner, T. A. Caufield, J. B. Sawtell, J. H. Lockwood and T. P. Stone.
There had been little hope since Wednesday evening of last week, that Captain Gurley could rally from the attack, owing to his advanced age. Everything within the range of human endeavor was done to prolong his life, but the efforts of devoted children and the services of the most skilled medical practitioners proved unavailing to stay the approach of the grim reaper.

Waco His Home for Sixty-One Years
For sixty-one years, Captain Gurley claimed Waco as his home. During that very extensive period he was a resident of this city with the exception of four years when he was a soldier in the Confederate army, from 1861 to 1865. He was born in Alabama, near Leighton, in 1836, coming to this city as a boy of 17 years in 1853.
When the call to arms was sounded, he enlisted at Dallas, the early part of 1861, as lieutenant in Company G. Sixth Texas Regiment, calvary, of which the late P.S. Ross was captain. Later, when L.S. Ross, who served as governor of Texas, was made colonel of the regiment, he appointed Captain Gurley as member of his staff, with the rank of adjutant. After the battle of Corinth, Ross' brigade was organized. Col. L. S. Ross made brigadier general, and Captain Gurley was appointed adjutant general of the brigade, with the rank of Major.
There are many here who recall with what bravery and devotion Captain Gurley served his country during the days of the Civil War. He was a born fighter, a man of indomitable courage, a peerless leader, one who had the ability to plan and execute strategic movements in time of war, with such ability that he was given the recognition he so well deserved.

Was Adjutant General of Texas
Following the close of the war between the states, in 1865, Captain Gurley returned to Waco, and on April 25, 1865, he married Miss Loulie Earle, daughter of Dr. Bayless Earle. In 1866 he was elected district clerk, serving in that position one term. Following the election of Governor Throckmorton, Captain Gurley was appointed adjutant general of Texas, and he retained this office until the Throckmorton administration was set aside by the reconstructionists, under the lead of E.J. Davis. Captain Gurley was assistant adjutant general of the United Confederate Veterans, on the staff of Gen. J.B. Gordon, when the latter was commander-in-chief.
For many years Captain Gurley devoted all of his attention to agricultural pursuits, and he was the owner of extensive plantations in the Brazos bottoms, just below Waco. For a while he took very great interest in the breeding of fine Jersey cattle, and his herds were among the best in the state.

His Masonic History
As a member of the Masonic fraternity, no one was better known in Central Texas. He became a member of Waco lodge during the civil war, and was the first worshipful master of J. H. Gurley lodge No. 337 of this city.
This lodge was named for Captain Gurley's brother, and was organized in 1872. He was high priest of Waco chapter No. 45, Royal Arch Masons, and at one time was grand commander of the grand commandery of Texas, Knights Templar.

Life Here an Open Book
Captain Gurley, in very truth, was a pioneer citizen of Waco and McLennan County. As stated above, with the exception of the four years he spent in defending the cause of his beloved Southland, he was a resident of Waco, and during those six decades he made and formed the acquaintanceship of those who remained his steadfast friends through all the years.
It is not an exaggeration to say that no man here ranked higher with his fellow man than Capt. Davis Gurley. His word was never questioned, for it was equivalent to his bond. In the days that tried men's souls, he distinguished himself on the battlefield, and when he returned to again assume the duties of citizenship, it was necessary for him to start life anew. Just as did the thousands of others who fought and bled for their country.
For many years Captain Gurley had been a member of the Fifth Street Methodist Church. He was a man of strong convictions, but his belief did not countenance, nor tolerate anything that savored of bigotry or narrowmindness. Logical in all things, he was ready to accord a sincere motive to every man, until convinced to the contrary. Captain Gurley was a most consistent Christian, and his life was spent in doing good.

Well Versed In Waco's History
No man in Waco had more comprehensive or accurate information as to this city's growth than did the pioneer who closed his eyes in death yesterday afternoon. He had witnessed Waco's growth from a village to a city of metropolitan attitude, and many, and interesting, were the tales he told of the early days here, when hardships the like of which the present generation knows but little, had to be met and overcome.
Despite his advanced years, no one here took greater pride in Waco's progress and advancement than Captain Gurley. Every enterprise that had for its object the promotion of Waco's interest appealed to him, and so long as his physical condition permitted, he took active part in community concerns.
His was a quiet nature. A true gentleman of the Old South, his home was ever at the disposal of his neighbors and friends, and many are the gatherings of social nature that were held in the residence of Capt. Gurley in the days gone by. Capt. Gurley was of the noble, chivalrous type, that ever puts self in the background, to favor a friend.
Capt. Gurley's wife died about four years ago. He is survived by the following children: Mrs. R.L. Stribling, D.R. Gurley, Jr., Misses Earle and Loulie Gurley, Waco; Mrs. Champe McCulloch, Washington DC. The latter is the wife of Dr. C. C. McCulloch, a surgeon in the United States Army, with the rank of lieutenant colonel, and a son of the late Mayor C.C. McCulloch of Waco. Capt. Gurley also has one brother, Col. E.J. Gurley of Gurley, for whom the town of Gurley, about fifteen miles below Waco, was named. He has one nephew here, former City Engineer George B. Gurley. All of these have the sympathy of many in their great bereavement.
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McLennan County, Texas

WACO TIMES HERALD
MARCH 01, 1902
SATURDAY

MRS. BLOCKER DEAD

Mrs. M.A. Blocker died at 12:15 o'clock this morning at the residence of her brother, Captain D.R. Gurley, on South Third street. Mrs. Blocker was well known, having reared a family in this county and was one among the early settlers.
The announcement of her death will be sad news to a large circle of friends in Waco and McLennan county.
The arrangements for the funeral had not been made when the Times-Herald closed for the press.


WACO TIMES HERALD
MARCH 02, 1902
SUNDAY

DEATH ROLL
Funeral of Mrs. Blocker to Take Place this Morning

The announcement of Mrs. Mary A. Blocker's death, which was made in yesterday's paper was read with much sorrow in this city. She is one of the oldest residents of Waco and has made her home with her brother, Colonel Davis R. Gurley, since the Civil War.
The deceased was in the 77th year of her age and was universally loved. She was born in North Alabama and was the daughter of Davis and P.B. Gurley. She was educated at Athens Female college. After graduating she came with her father's family to Texas and came to Waco in 1863. Soon after this family moved to this city she was married to R.F. Blocker, of the law firm of Blocker and Gurley. Two children blessed this marriage, but neither survived and died in their infancy. In 1865, Mrs. Blocker was left a widow and has lived with her brother, Davis R. Gurley, since that time. She was a consistent Christian and has been a member of the Methodist church since her girlhood. She was faithful to her church and her beautiful life and character have been a benefit to those who have known her.
The funeral will be from the residence of Davis R. Gurley on South Third street, Rev. M.S. Hotchkiss officiating.
The following are the pallbearers: C.C. McCulloch, W.D. Jackson, W.L. Tucker, J.C. West, W.S. Kincheloe and A.N. Earle.
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K.E. Mooers... head...39...CA / CA / KY...truck driver-in woods
Hazel Mooers... wife...26...WA / Norway / Norway
Lorin Mooers... son.. .7. ..ID / CA / WA
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