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DNA Related Berry
(1700-)
FNU LNU
Garrett Berry
(Bef 1761-Aft 1827)
Mary LNU
(est 1761-)
William Berry
(1786-Bef 1860)

 

Family Links

Spouses/Children:
Sally Baxter

William Berry

  • Born: 1786, , Rockingham, Virginia, USA 1 2 3 4 5
  • Marriage: Sally Baxter in Sep 1805 in , Madison, Kentucky, USA
  • Died: Bef 1860, Buffalo Twp, Morgan, Missouri, USA 6
  • Buried: Bef 1860, Buffalo Twp, Morgan, Missouri, USA 7
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bullet  General Notes:

y-DNA tests of the Wm. Berry and Sally Baxter line confirm that the line is related to the following Berry family lines:
Thomas Berry Sr. (~1728 to 1824) and wife, Catherine LNU*; they died in Clark County, KY.
James W. Berry (~1780 to 1837) and wife, Margaret LNU; James died in Madison County, KY.
Garrett Berry (~1761 to ~1830) and wife, Mary LNU; they died in Madison County, KY.
John Berry+ (~1785 to 1817) and wife, Mary Grimes; John died in Clark County, KY.
John Barry (~1790 to ?) and wife, unknown, of County Limerick, Ireland.
John Berry+ (~1775 to 1840) and Elizabeth Harris; they died in Saline County, MO.
links at - http://www.ourberryfamily.com/dnaberry.htm [ceb 28 Mar 2015].

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There is conflicting information about where William Berry was born. According to the 1850 census, his birth year is calculated to be 1786, and his place of birth KY. In 1786, Garrett Berry was in Rockingham County, VA., not in KY. While census information is very helpful, it is not always 100% accurate. The accuracy depends on who answers the census questions (did they know the correct answer?), and whether the information is recorded correctly.

The 1850 census says he was born in KY--if that is the same William (of Garrett). The alternative is that William was born in KY., in 1788 or later (Garrett does not appear on Madison County tax-lists until 1789). That would make him 17 years old, or less, at marriage. Garrett's consent for William to marry in 1805 states that Wm is under age (that would be the case whether Wm was born in 1786 or later). . 8 9

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:



Marriage Consent: Garrett Berry's consent, 31 Aug 1805, , Madison, Kentucky, USA. 10
August 31st 1805
This is to cirtify that my son William Berry
is not of age but I here cirtify
that I have no objection against his
marring therefore please to ishew him
lisons given under my hand [sig] Garret Berry
Test To Col. Irvin clerk
James Taylor



Marriage Bond: William Berry, son of Garrett, 1 Sep 1805, , Madison, Kentucky, USA. 10
William Berry and Green Baxter bond regarding William's marriage to Sally Baxter.



Marriage Consent: William Berry, son of Garrett, 20 Sep 1805, , Madison, Kentucky, USA. 10
Sir please to let William Berry
have licince for I here certify that I have
no objections to the marriage of him
& my daughter Sally given under
hand this 20 day of September 1805.
Tess [sig] Elizabeth Baxter
Greenberry Baxter



Tax Record, 19 Jul 1806, , Madison, Kentucky, USA. 11 19 Jul - Berry, William - 0,1,0,0,1
0 white males >21
1 white male >16
1 horse

[there is no way to prove that this is William, son of Garrett. The data fits since Wm was under age in 1805 and needed Garrett's consent to marry].
Also on this page:
Berry, Garrett -
1 white male > 21
1 white male > 16
4 horses
9 Oct - Berry, Thomas - 120 2nd class, Muddy Cr, Hig Grubbs, Hig Grubbs, Hig Grubbs, - 1,0,0,0,3
- 400 3rd class, Kentucky River, Tho Berry, Tho Berry, Tho Berry,
9 Oct - Berry, James - 1,0,0,0,1



Tax Record, 6 Sep 1807, , Madison, Kentucky, USA. 12
Book 2, page 3, Sep 6 1807,
Berry William, 1,0,0,0,1

also on this page:
John Berry, 1,0,0,0,12



Tax Record, 20 Sep 1808, , Madison, Kentucky, USA. 13
line 8 - Berry William (Gs)
1 white male > 21
2 horses
[This is assumed to be William, the son of Garrett. The data fits]

Also on this page:
Garrett Berry: line 20
1 white male > 21
1 white male > 16
5 horses
0 acres reported for Garrett

James Berry: line 6
1 white male > 21
1 horses
200 acres in Montgomery County, on waters of Sandy*: entered Henry Miller
*have not located a Sandy in Montgomery County.
Benj Baxter
George Baxter
Silvester Baxter
Dosson Baxter



Residence, 1810, , , Missouri, USA. 14 The Coopers again started in February,
1810, for the Boonslick country, and arrived there about the 10th of March.
The following forty persons came and settled successively in the country
that spring, to wit: Col. Ben Cooper, and his sons, Francis Cooper, Wm.
Cooper, David Cooper, and John Cooper; Braxton Cooper, and his son,
Robert Cooper; Capt. Sarshall Cooper, and his sons, Braxton, Joseph and
Stephen Cooper; John Hancock and son, Abbott Hancock, unmarried;
John Busby; John Berry, and cousin Wm. Berry, unmarried; John Ferrill
and son, Henry Ferrill; Peter Popineau, unmarried; Gray Bynum, unmar-
ried; Robt. Irvin, unmarried; Jas. Cyle, unmarried; Joseph Wolfscale and
son, Wm. Wolfscale, unmarried; James Anderson, and his sons Middleton
and Wm. Anderson, unmarried; Stephen Jackson; Wm. Thorp, and son
John Thorp; Josiah Thorp and small family; James Thorp, unmarried;
Amos Ashcraft and sons, Otto and Jesse Ashcraft, latter son unmarried;
Gilliard Roop and young family; James Jones and family; James Alexander
and family. All the young Coopers were unmarried. Col. Ben Cooper and
Capt. Sarshall Cooper had leased of Mrs. Ira Nash a Spanish grant of 600
arpens claimed by her husband, so as to settle in the country under the guise
of this claim, but they all settled considerably above this claim, the precise
location of which was much in dispute for a long time. Nash never lived on
the claim at any time.
[would become part of Boone County]

Residence, 1810, , , Missouri, USA. 15 16 The family moved to Missouri from Madison Co. in 1806 with cousin, William Berry. [note: Madison County, KY., tax records show a John Berry in Madison until 1810, so I think the 1806 is incorrect.]

"The names of the parties who settled north of the river, in Howard county, were...From Madison County, Ky. :
Lt.-Col. Benjamin Cooper. John Berry.
Francis Cooper. obert Erwin.
William Cooper. Robert Brown.
Daniel Cooper. Joseph Wolfskill.
John Cooper. William Thorp.
Capt. Sarshall Cooper. John Thorp.
Braxton Cooper, Sr. Josiah Thorp.
Joseph Cooper. James Thorp.
Stephen Cooper, r. Gilead Rupe.
Braxton Cooper, Jr. James Jones
Robert Cooper. John Peak,
James Hancock. William Wolfskill.
Albert Hancock, Adam Woods.
William Berry.

From Estill County, Ky.:-
Amos Ashcraft. Jesse Asheraft.
Otho Ashcraft. James Alexander."

Residence, 1810, , , Missouri, USA. 17 18 The first settlement, or more properly the first cabin erected and
patch of corn planted, were the work in 1812-13, of John and Wil-
liam Berry
, Wm. Baxter and Reuben Gentry, in the neighborhood, if
not on a part, of what is now known as "the Model Farm," formerly
constituting the large and rich estate of the late Hon. John W. Har-
ris, and in earlier times called "Thrall's Prairie."1 In the same
neighborhood, soon after, settled James Barnes, Robert and Mitchel
Payne, John Denham, David McQuitty and Robert Barclay, with their
families. Little progress, however, was made in the settlement of the
country, now embraced by the boundary lines of Boone County, until
after the subsidence of the war with Great Britain, and until after the
treaty of 1815 by which the Indians relinquished all claim to any
portion of the territory north of the Missouri River. In fact, it may
be affirmed as substantially true that, anterior to this time, there was
not a white settlemen t worthy of the name within the present limits
of the county.
[would be included in Boone County]

Residence, 1810, Fort Hempstead, , Missouri, USA. 19 HISTORY OF HOWARD AND CHARITON COUNTIES. [page] 97
[Big Berry from page 96]
John Berry. Ewing McLane.
William Berry. David McQuitly.
David Boggs. William Monroe (called Long
Joseph Boggs. Gun).
Muke Box. Joseph Moody.
Joseph Boyers. Susa Mulllens.
Robert Brown. Thompson Mullens.
Samuel Brown. John Peak.
William Brown. William Pipes.
Townsend Brown. Michael Poage.
Christopher Brown. Robert Poage.
Christopher Burckhartt. Joseph Poage.
Nicholas S. Burckhartt. Christopher Richardson.
Andrew Carson. Jesse Richardson.
Lindsay Carson (father of Kit James Richardson.
Carson). Silas Richardson.
Moses Carson. John Rupe.
Charles Canole. Henry Simmons.
William Canole. Reuben Smith.
Issac Clark. Andrew Smith.
Joseph Cooley. Thomas Smith.
James Cooley, John Snethan.
Ferrin Cooley. James Snethan.
Braxton Cooper, Jr. Joseph Still.
James Cockrell John Stinson.
Thomas Chandler. Nathan Teague.
James Creason. Solomon Teters.
John Creason. David Teters.
Peter Creason. John Teters.
William Creason. Isaac Thornton.
Daniel Crump. John Thornton.
Harper Davis. Davis Todd.
Jmes Douglas. Elisha Todd.
Daniel Durbin. Jonathan Todd.
John Elliott. Levi Todd.
Braxton Fugate James Turner.
Hiram Fugate Philip Turner.
Reuben Fugate. Jesse Turner.
Sarshall Fugate Thomas Vaughan.
Simeon Fugate, Robert Wilds.
Reuben Gentry. William Wadkis.



Military: service in War of 1812, 1812, , , Missouri, USA. 20 Military land warrant for William Berry's services as private in Captain McNairs and Captain Browns companies of the Missouri volunteers in the war of 1812.



Deed: land purchase from Delauney, 2 May 1822, , Pike, Missouri, USA. 21 22 Image and transcription courtesy William and Geralyn Barry on: http://www.billbarry.org/genealogy/migrations/ChildrenOfGarrettBerry/TimelineNotes.html

"2 May 1822 - Earliest land record for William Berry and Sarah Baxter in Missouri shows purchase of land in Pike County, on Ramsey's Creek, with John Morris (the other stray appraiser) mentioned as neighbor.
Deed: Delauney to Berry
Pike County, Missouri Deeds, Book B, p. 480-481
dated 2 May 1822, recorded 3 Feb 1823
Abstracted by GWB from FHL 974436:
From David Delauney and wife Eleanor of St. Louis County, MO; to William Berry of Pike County, MO; for $250; 100 arpents [about 85 acres*] of land on Ramsay's creek, Calumet Twp, Pike County MO, near the road from Clarksville to Monroe; surveyed by Robert Bowers; land described in metes and bounds; neighbors mentioned: Edmund Mountjoy, Eliab Buckalew, John Morris.
[images from: http://www.billbarry.org/genealogy/records/SaltLakeMarch2009/FHL974436PikeDeed480]
*Note by GWB: an arpent is an old French measure used in the Louisiana Territory. "In Arkansas and Missouri, the official conversion is 1 arpent = 0.8507 acre," from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arpent."



Deed: land sale Berry to McQueen, 6 Aug 1823, , Pike, Missouri, USA. 21 23 Image and transcription courtesy William and Geralyn Barry on: http://www.billbarry.org/genealogy/migrations/ChildrenOfGarrettBerry/TimelineNotes.html, note 3

"[3]
Deed: William and Sarah Berry to Thomas McQueen
Pike County, Missouri Deeds, Book D, p. 97-98
dated 6 Aug 1823, received for record 21 May 1832 [almost 9 years later]
Abstracted by GWB from FHL 974437:
William Berry and wife Sarah of Pike County MO sell same 100 arpents of land they purchased in 1822 (part of Delauney's larger tract of 7056 arpents) to Thomas McQueen of Pike County MO for $400.

images from: http://www.billbarry.org/genealogy/records/SaltLakeMarch2009/FHL974437PikeDeed98

Comments by GWB: McQueen may have formerly lived in KY. There are several online trees for these McQueens - some of the data is contradictory, so beware! Some of the online trees trace the McQueen family back into Maryland through Jessamine County KY and show links to Baxter and Berry families. Not sure which, if any, are correct, but it does give food for thought (and suggests more research perhaps). The McQueens had connections by marriage in Lincoln and Pike Co. MO to a Vaughn family and to Samuel Smiley."



Census, 1840, , Morgan, Missouri, USA. 24 William Berry
Data = 0,0,1,1,2,0,0,1... // 0,1,0,0,1,0,0,1...
age values = 0-5, 5-10, 10-15, 15-20, 20-30, 30-40, 40-50, 50-60, 60-70, 70-80, 80-90, 90-100, over 100
[William and the oldest female are both 50-60 years old.]
[Martin Berry also on this page]
[David Ard also on this page. Joseph Menteer is also on this page. There is an Ard-Menteer cemetery north of Sect 26, twp 41, range 19w]


1840 United States Federal Census
about William Berry Name: William Berry
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Buffalo, Morgan, Missouri
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 15 thru 19: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 50 thru 59: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 50 thru 59: 1
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 3
Free White Persons - Under 20: 3
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 3
Total Free White Persons: 8
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 8

Source Citation: Year: 1840; Census Place: Buffalo, Morgan, Missouri; Roll: 227; Page: 191; Image: 970; Family History Library Film: 0014856.
http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&rank=0&gsfn=&gsln=berry&sx=&f2=Missouri&f4=morgan&f5=&f198=&f199=&f200=&f202=&f201=&f203=&gskw=&prox=1&db=1840usfedcenancestry&ti=0&ti.si=0&gss=angs-d&pcat=35&fh=3&h=3254621&recoff=8

Census, 1840, , Morgan, Missouri, USA. 25 William is on the 1840 Morgan County census, age 50 to 59 (1781-90), with one female (wife?) age 50 to 59, two males (John and William M.?), and one female (Elizabeth?) age 20 to 29 (1811-20), one male (Augustin?) age 15 to 19 (1821-25), one male age 10 to 14 (1826-30), and one female (Matilda?) age 5 to 9 (1831-35). Philip Webber, who married Frances Berry \\b0in Madison County, Kentucky in 1823, is also here. Frances Berry may also have been a daughter of Garret.



Land: grant, 1840, Buffalo Twp, Morgan, Missouri, USA. 26
multiple files attached to this event.
at: SESW sect 26, Twp 41-N, Range 19-W No 5th PM MO Morgan
http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/Detail.asp?PatentDocClassCode=STA&Accession=MO2760%5F%5F%2E222&Index=3&QryID=31570%2E91&DetailTab=1

Names Patentee: WILLIAM BERRY
Survey State: MISSOURI
Acres:
40 at: SESW 26/ 41-N 19-W No 5th PM MO Morgan
Metes/Bounds: No
Title Transfer Issue Date: 1/10/1840
Land Office: Fayette
Cancelled:
No U.S. Reservations: No
Mineral Reservations:
No
Authority: April 24, 1820: Sale-Cash Entry (3 Stat. 566)
Document Numbers Document Nr.: 14617
Accession/Serial Nr.: MO2760__.222
BLM Serial Nr.:
MO NO S/N



Land: sale of 1840 grant, 8 Oct 1849, Buffalo Twp, Morgan, Missouri, USA. 27
to Henry Gerlt, neighbor and son-in-law, for $150. I think this was done following the death of Sarah, and Wm's conclusion to live with Henry and daughter Matilda. Note that William Berry Jr? was the withness. Several images attached
Berry, Willaim to Henry Gerlt, Oct 6, 1849; book 8, page 227; SESW, sect 26, twp 41, range 19, 40 acres [same land as the 1840 grant to William Berry].



Census, 7 Dec 1850, Buffalo Twp, Morgan, Missouri, USA. 5 Buffalo Twp, Morgan County, MO., 7 Dec 1850, page 270 & 271 [two images attached]
line 31- Abner Holt, age 36, m, farmer, TN
line 32 - Elizabeth, age 30, f, MO [Elisabeth Berry d/o Wm Berry and Sarah Baxter]
line 33 - Sarah Ann, age 10, f, MO
line 34 - Charles, age 8, m, MO
line 35 - William, age 6, m, MO
line 36 - Patience, age 4, f, MO
line 37 - Nancy Jane, age 3, f, MO
**********
line 38 - Henry Girlt, age 36, m, farmer, Germany
line 39 - Mary, age 35, f, MO [Mary (Berry) Walker, possible d/o Wm & Sally (Baxter) Berry]
line 40 - James A, age 4, m, MO
line 41 - Sarah E, age 6 mo, f, MO
line 42 - Matilda, age 17, f, MO [Matilda (Berry) Girlt widow of Louis Girlt, d/o Wm and Sally (Baxter) Berry]
********** next census page 271
Buffalow Twp, Morgan County, MO., 7 Dec 1850, Line 1 - 4, page 271
line 1 - William Berry age 64, m, KY**
line 2 - Mary, age 50, f, KY [probably Mary (Berry) Wry, wife of Samuel]*
line 2 - Samuel Wry, age 45, m, farmer, KY
line 3 - John age 18, m, laborer, KY
line 4 - Martin V, age 10, m, MO

*[In 1840 census, William's wife was age 50-60. Mary is 50, and that fits with Mary's birth year of 1800, so Mary is probably the wife of Sam and sister of Wm]
[Note: the last entry on the previous census pages is Girlt, also has some bearing on this situation]
**[The following place-of-birth information is contradicted by the tax lists for Garrett in Rockingham County, VA., that places Garrett in Rockingham in 1787.]



Land, 2 Oct 1854, , Johnson, Missouri, USA. 20
Assigned military land warrant for 40 acres (for his services as private in Captain McNairs and Captain Browns companies of the Missouri volunteers in the war of 1812) to David Howdeshell [possibly his grandson].



Death, Bef 1860, Buffalo Twp, Morgan, Missouri, USA. 7
It appears, from the 1860 census, that William Berry died prior to 1860;I did not find any information in Morgan County, Mo., that helps to determine when or where William Berry and Sarah (Baxter) Berry died. It is assumed that they died on or near William's land, and may be buried in the Gerlt2 cemetery. Gertl2 is located on land of Henry Gerlt (Wm's son-in-law).

Gerlt 2 is also very close to the land that William sold to Henry. About 2.6 miles south of Todd, MO., near 27325 Little Buffalo Rd, in Mogran Co., MO.

Another, undocumented death date is 16 Feb 1863; however Wm did not appear in the 1860 census or Morgan Co. MO.


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William married Sally Baxter, daughter of FNU Baxter and Elizabeth LNU, in Sep 1805 in , Madison, Kentucky, USA. (Sally Baxter died before 1849 in Buffalo Twp, Morgan, Missouri, USA 28.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:



Marriage Consent: Garrett Berry's consent, 31 Aug 1805, , Madison, Kentucky, USA. 10 August 31st 1805
This is to cirtify that my son William Berry
is not of age but I here cirtify
that I have no objection against his
marring therefore please to ishew him
lisons given under my hand [sig] Garret Berry
Test To Col. Irvin clerk
James Taylor



Marriage Bond: William Berry, son of Garrett, 1 Sep 1805, , Madison, Kentucky, USA. 10 William Berry and Green Baxter bond regarding William's marriage to Sally Baxter.



Marriage Fact: mother's consent, 20 Sep 1805, , Madison, Kentucky, USA. 10 Sir please to let William Berry
have licince for I here certify that I have
no objections to the marriage of him
& my daughter Sally given under
hand this 20 day of September 1805.
Tess [sig] Elizabeth Baxter
Greenberry Baxter


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See the attached word document

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http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/), Military Warrant, State: Missouri, Issue Date: 10/2/1854, Accession Nr: MW-0816-375 http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/details/patent/default.aspx?accession=0816-375&docClass=MW&sid=jowpy3nb.l0u#patentDetailsTabIndex=1. Repository: BLM. Surety: 4.

21 Geralyn W. Barry, e-mail of Mon 5/4/2015 10:44 AM Subject: more Miller, Coger, Moyer, Allumbaugh, and other connections to Frazer. Surety: 3.

22 William A Barry, William A Barry, http://www.billbarry.org/genealogy/migrations/ChildrenOfGarrettBerry/TimelineNotes.html - note 2. Surety: 4.

23 William A Barry, William A Barry, http://www.billbarry.org/genealogy/migrations/ChildrenOfGarrettBerry/TimelineNotes.html - note 3. Surety: 4.

24 United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Sixth Census of the United States, 1840 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1840. M704, 580 rolls.), Roll: 227; Page: 191. Repository: NARA - National Archives and Records Administration, 700 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C. 20408-0001. Surety: 4.
0-5, 5-10, 10-15, 15-20, 20-30, 30-40, 40-50, 50-60, 60-70, 70-80, 80-90, 90-100, over 100

25 Ramona J. Sadlon, BERRY IN VIRGINIA KENTUCKY - MISSOURI RESEARCH & ANALYSIS (e-mail: April 2003
local file = D: p 90. Surety: 3.

26 U.S. Department of Interior, Bureay of Land Management, Land Patent (U.S. Department of Interior, Bureay of Land Management, General Land Office Records
http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/), http://www.glorecords.blm.gov/PatentSearch/Detail.asp?PatentDocClassCode=STA&Accession=MO2760%5F%5F%2E222&Index=3&QryID=31570%2E91&DetailTab=1. Repository: BLM. Surety: 3.

27 Morgan County, Missouri, Deed Records 1833-1875, 8: 227, William Berry, 8 Oct 1848; MO, Morgan County Recorder, Versailles. Surety: 4.

28 Compiler, This data was imported from my previous database in FTW, Surety: 3.
I did not find any information in Morgan County, Mo., that helps to determine when or where William and Sarah died. It is assumed that they died on or near William's land, and may be buried in the Gerlt2 cemetery. Gertl2 is located on land of Hernry Gerlt (ostensibly a son-in-law of William and Sarah (Baxter) Berry). Since William sold his land to Henry in 1849, and appears in Henry's household in the 1850 census, it is believe that Sarah had recently died and her death may have been the reason for the sale.


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