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9. “The Eclectic Home Page of Bob Smallwood,” http://users.erols.com/smwood/index.html, Bob Smallwood, smwood@erols.com.
10. Gene Cox, genecox@bluebon.net, 9 Nov 2002, Nena Smothers’ file.
11. BERRY-D Digest V03#96, “Thornley Berry - Virginia to Kentucky,” Nena Smothers, smothersnena@hotmail.com, 9 May 2003.
12. BERRY-D Digest V02 #282, “Berry, Fairfax, Fishback, Berry's Ferry,” Nena Smothers, smothersnena@hotmail.com, 21 Dec 2002.
13. “Will of Joseph BERRY,” 8 May 1806, Proven 20 Apr 1807, Frederick Co., Virginia, K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com.
In the name of God amen I Joseph Berry of Frederick County and State of Virginia being in a tolerable State of health and sound in mind and memory do make and ordain this to be my last will and testament in manner and form as follows. First and principally I give and bequeath my soul unto almighty god hoping for acceptance thereof through the merits of Jesus Christ and my body to be buried in a decent and Christian like manner, at the discretion of My Executrix her in after mentioned and
with respect to my worldly estate, all my Just debts being first paid and Discharged, I will & dispose of in manner following...Item, I give and bequeath unto my son FRANCIS BERRY one dollar and no more;
Item I give, and bequeath unto my son BENJAMIN BERRY one Dollar and no more.
Item I give and bequeath to my Daugter REBECKAH EARLS who was REBECKAH WOOD, who was REBECKAH BERRY one Dollar and no more.
Item I give and bequeath unto my Daugter SUSANNA CONWAY late SUSANNA BERRY one Dollar and no more.
Item I give to my Daughter MARY CONWAY late MARY BERRY - one Dollar and no more.
My reason for giving the said Francis, Benjamin, Rebeckah, Susanna and Mary BERRY, no more of my Estate is that they have received their full parts before this period.
Item I give and bequeath to my loving wife HULDA BERRY all my Estate both real and personal during her life or widowhood, for her the said HULDAH BERRY to dispose of amongst her children as she thinks best but should she marry it is my will that, she should have one Eighth part of my Estate to her and her heirs forever, and no more; but Should she continue Single after my Decesae, it is my desire for her always to have the benefit of my estate both real and personal at her own disposal and whatever of the estate may be in her hand, at her death to be equally divided amongst my seven Children Viz: PEGGY BERRY, SARAH BERRY,JOSEPH BERRY and HULDAH BERRY, THOMAS BERRY, WILLIAM B. BERRY and KATHARINE BERRY to them and their heirs forever.
Item and Lastly it is my will and desire that that (sic) my loving wife HULDAH BERRY be my Executrix of this my Last will and Testament requesting that no security be required of her upon her qualification as such. In Witnefs whereof I have Subscribed my name and affixed my seal this Eighth day of May in the year of our Lord Eighteen hundred and six.

Signed sealed and
delivered in presence of Jos. Berry [seal]
Samuel Bryerly
James Lindsay
Lester Pullen
James Hathaway
Abraham Hes (Hess)

At a Superior court continued and held for the district composed of the counties of Frederick, Berkeley Shenandoah and Jefferson at Winchester the 20th day of April 1807. The Last will and testament of JOSEPH BERRY was produced to the court and proved by the oaths of JAMES HATHAWAY and ABRAHAM HEFS witnefses thereto and ordered to be recorded, and on the motion of HULDA BERRY the Executrix therein ------- she having made oath and entered into bond in the final sum of ten thousand dollars conditioned as the law directs (the said will directing that security should not be taken and it appeasing to the Court by the oath of
14. BERRY-D Digest V03 #155, 7 Aug 2003, “The Berry brothers and Lord Fairfax,” K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com.
15. History of the Lower Shenandoah Valley, Counties of Frederick, Berkeley, Jefferson, and Clarke, edited by J. E. Norris, Chicago, Illinois, 1890, Reprinted by Virginia Book Company, Berryville, Virginia; copyright 1972; Reprinted for Clearfield Company, Inc. by Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., Baltimore, Maryland 1996, 2001.
16. “My Southern Family,” Becky Bass Bonner & Josephine Lindsay Bass, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~mysouthernfamily/, 7 Nov 2002.
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18. BERRY-D Digest V03#182, “Thornley Berry/Betsy Kendall,” K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com, 9 Sep 2003.
19. “Marriage Register No. 1,” July 14, 1782 - October 6, 1853, Frederick County, Virginia, Frederick County Clerk's Office, Winchester, Virginia, p. 11, line 26.
20. BERRY-L, 11 Dec 2003, “Parents & wife for George Berry,” K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com.
21. Suzan Wedig, “Wedig Family,” http://www.strato.net/~wedigs/genealogy.html#surnames, 5 Aug 2003.
22. “Will of Enoch Berry,” Will Book 1, Pages 166, 167, 168, King George County, Virginia, 24 Oct 1763, Proven/Probated 1 Dec 1763, K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com.
In the Name of God Amen. I Enoch BERRY of the County of King George in the Parish of Hanover being sick and weak in body but of sound and perfect mind and memory thanks be given to God for it do make and ordain this to be my Last Will and Testament in manner and form following:

First I bequeath my Soul to God who gave it and my body to the earth to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executor hereafter mentioned in full and certain hopes of the forgiveness of all my sins through the merits of Jesus Christ my savior and for what temporal estate it hath pleased God to bestow on me.

I give and bequeath as followeth.
Item I give to my grandchildren by my daughter Winifred BERRY Two hundred pounds to be equally divided among said children as they marry or come of age to be paid by my executor hereafter named; also two Negro women named Rose and Nell with all their increase to them and their heirs forever; and as the children come of age or marry the Negroes to be divided into four equal parts and the child that is first of age or marries to have choice of the four equal parts and the other three parts to be put in one common stock till the next child come of age of marry and so on in that manner till they all receive their parts; and if my son-in-law Benjamin BERRY thinks fit to keep said Negroes till my grandchildren come of age or marry that he give security to King George Court.

Item all the rest of my estate both real and personal I give and bequeath to my son Thomas BERRY to him and his heirs forever; and I do appoint my son Thomas Berry my full and sole executor of this my last will and testament.
In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 24th day of October one thousand seven hundred and sixty three.

Signed Sealed & Published
As my last will and testament

Enoch BERRY (signed)

In the presence of

Jos. STROTHER (signed)
Reuben BERRY (signed)
Marg V. STROTHER (her mark)


At a court held for King George County the 1st day of December 1783.
The last will and testament of Enoch BERRY, deceased was presented in court by Thomas BERRY the Executor therein named who made oath thereto and according to law 7 the same being further proved by the oath of the witnesses xx xxxx admitted to record and on the motion of the said Executor Certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form.

(Can't read signature of clerk)
23. BERRY-D Digest V03#96, “Thornley Berry - Virginia to Kentucky,” K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com, 9 May 2003.
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27. “Berry Family DNA Project - Berry Lines Tested,” http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~langolier/BerryDNA/dna_ancestry.html, jim berry, jim@langolier.net.
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30. “Bensons and Berrys,” Rozier Tyrone Dedwylder, datwyl@knology.net, 28 Dec 2004.
- Plus approx. 100 Family Group Sheets mailed to me by Rozier Dedwylde from Columbus, GA. Primarily Mississippi Berrys.
31. BERRY-L, March 10, 2005, “Washington Berry b 1764 Va,” Margaret S. Hartman, Campbell County, Kentucky Historical Society, Nena Smothers, smothersnena@hotmail.com.
32. Marshall Family Genealogy Forum, Msg #5501, “Re: John Marshall, Capt. 1759/1827.Elizabeth Berry.1759/1794,” Wallace Bryan, http://genforum.genealogy.com/marshall/messages/5501.html.
33. “Marriage Register No. 1,” July 14, 1782 - October 6, 1853, Frederick County, Virginia, Frederick County Clerk's Office, Winchester, Virginia, p. 11, line 25.
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35. “william t. berry-ky,” Iris Green, iris48green@aol.com, GENE607@aol.com, 21 Feb 2004.
36. BERRY-D Digest V03 #161, “Berry and Rankin, Mason, KY to Texas,” K. Waterhouse, ZenCity@aol.com, 16 Aug 2003.
37. “Marriage Register No. 1,” July 14, 1782 - October 6, 1853, Frederick County, Virginia, Frederick County Clerk's Office, Winchester, Virginia, p. 32A, line 16.
38. “Genealogy The Un-named Tanner,” Paul Cattie, phc13@snip.net, 18 Feb 2004.
39. “1880 Census,” Mckinney, Collin Co., Texas, Family History Library Film 1255296 NA Film Number T9-1296 Page Number 38A, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
John W. BERRY Self M Male W 77 KY VA VA
Anna BERRY Wife M Female W 75 VA VA VA
William BERRY Son S Male W 42 MO KY VA
Susie BERRY GDau S Female W 24 TX VA KY
Sarah BERRY GDau S Female W 12 TX VA KY
40. “G. Taylor Berry - A Biography,” East Texas - Its History and Its Makers, Richardson, T. C. and Dabney White, Editors, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, New York 1940, Volume IV, Pg. 132-133.
G. TAYLOR BERRY - In the rich lands belt of northern Texas, located just outside the northern boundary of McKinney, county seat of Collin County, G. Taylor Berry operates a farm and maintains a fine old homestead. His grandfather, J. W. Berry, was a native of Kentucky who settled in Collin County, Texas, and was among the early pioneers here, came with his father to Texas and conducted, most successfully, a farm just west of McKinney, up to the time of his death in 1904. Member of the Christian church, a school trustee and all `round good citizen, Samuel R. Berry played his part as a soldier in the War Between the States, and married Mary Ellen Muse, of Virginia, granddaughter of J. M. Muse, a clergyman of the Campbellite church. She died in 1882, the beloved mother of seven children, four of whom survived her, including G. Taylor Berry, who was born six years before, on July 13, 1876.
Mr. Berry received a good education in the public schools of McKinney and Collin County and then worked with his father on the latter's farm which, as already noted, was located west of McKinney. After awhile he bought his own fine farm of sixty acres, situate about half a mile north of McKinney on the Highway No. 75. Most of this acreage is planted to cotton and corn, although Mr. Berry pastures and keeps some good livestock. His residence is one of the finest on this stretch of highway. Both here on the farm and in the nearby county seat, where he served for years on the School Board and where he is a member of the Woodmen of the World and a deacon in the First Christian Church, G. Taylor Berry is most highly regarded as a fine citizen and a good neighbor. He married, in 1908, Leva Hearne, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. B. F. Hearne, old timers here. The Berrys have four children: 1. Nova Mae Berry, now Mrs. D. L. Turentine of McKinney. 2. Louise Berry, now Mrs. Carl Herron of El Paso, Texas. 3. E. W. Berry, an oil man now located Colombia, South America. 4. Orlena Berry, at home with parents.
41. “1880 Census,” Precinct 1, Collin Co., Texas, Family History Library Film 1255296 NA Film Number T9-1296 Page Number 17D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
S. R. BERRY Self M Male W 48 KY Farmer KY KY
M. E. BERRY Wife M Female W 40 KY Keeping House VA VA
J. M. BERRY Son S Male W 18 TX KY KY
Nara BERRY Dau S Female W 16 TX KY KY
Minnie BVERRY Dau S Female W 10 TX KY KY
J. W. BERRY Son S Male W 8 TX KY KY
G. T. BERRY Son S Male W 6 TX KY KY
M. E. BERRY Dau S Female W 2 TX KY KY
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45. abstract, Craig Berry, cberry@abahn.com.
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48. “Memorial Record of Western Kentucky,” Lewis Publishing Company, 1904, pp 592-593 [McCracken], https://sites.rootsweb.com/~kygenweb/kybiog/mccracken/berry.wa.txt.
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53. “Re: Surname matches,” Walter Michael Berry, h2oberry@earthlink.net, 22 May 2006.
54. “WILLIAM BERRY,” http://indianasocietysar.org/berrwill2.html, Spier Spencer Chapter DAR, Rockport, Indiana, Stephen D. Franklin, franklinstep@hotmail.com.
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56. WorldConnect Post-em, cindy, cgreg58@adelphia.net.
Braxton Co., WV Deaths, 1853-1880 by Wes Cochran; p54:
CONELLY, Catherine
DOD: 4/15/1877; age 60 years
POB: Braxton County
Parents: Lewis & Elizabeth Berry
Informant: Thomas Conelly (step-son)
57. BERRY-L, 11 Dec 2003, “Parents & wife for George Berry,” Jean, sealover2@juno.com.
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59. 1880 Census, Precinct 1, Callahan Co., Texas, Family History Library Film 1255294 NA Film Number T9-1294 Page Number 324D, http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp.
Place

Andrew J. BERRY Self M Male W 63 IN Farming VA VA
Mary C. BERRY Wife M Female W 29 AR Keeping House MO TN
Jane R. R. BERRY Dau S Female W 19 TX At Home IN AL
Eunice L. BERRY Dau S Female W 15 TX At Home IN AL
Geo. W. BERRY Son S Male W 6 TX IN AR
Francis E. BERRY Son S Male W 5 TX IN AR
Robert L. BERRY Son S Male W 4 TX IN AR
Hattie R. BERRY Dau S Female W 1 TX IN AR
Robert WEBB Other S Male W 24 TX Farm Laborer --- ---
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65. “ Biographical Sketch of AUDIE LEON MURPHY, June 20, 1924 - May 28, 1971,” http://www.audiemurphy.com/biograph.htm, Audie Murphy Research Foundation, Audiemurphy@juno.com.
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67. “Human Family Project July 12, 2001,” http://users.legacyfamilytree.com/NorthernEurope/f106.htm#f50235, Donald Schenck Collection, July 2001.
68. “Savage's and Strother's,” franinma, franinma@adelphia.net, 5 August 2004.
69. Berry-L Archives, 13 Nov 2001, “Hiram D. Berry,” Bill Scarborough, wtscarborough@worldnet.att.net.
70. “Joseph Boggan Berry Bible Record,” https://sites.rootsweb.com/~mssimpso/berry-bible.htm, Present owner (1956): Misses Mary J. & Christine Berry - 3918 N. State St., Jackson, MS., Delores Sanders.
72. “ULRICH Family Tree Links,” http://www.ronulrich.com/rfuged/fam12819.htm, Ron Ulrich, genealogy@ronulrich.com.
73. “Laura47,” 7 Jan 2004, Laura Buckmaster, laurabuckmaster@sbcglobal.net, http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GED&db=laura47&id=I96489.
74. “Descendancy Narrative of Captain Symon Miller,” http://home.swbell.net/koplend/miller_b1.htm, Debra Ann Koplen, koplend@swbell.net.
75. “James Weir and Frances Jane Berry,” Gerald Jones, jones64k@msn.com, Revised 3/10/06.