I found a little more info. for you -
Abstraction of Lexington County Deed Book "P" - (LGE Volume 13, Book 4, page 183) -
Pages 425-426. Grantor: Jacob Berry of Lexington District. Grantor: Easter Berry wife of John Berry of Lexington District. Consideration: $126.00. Witnesses: Sulathiel Berry and William Fort. Date Executed: February 4, 1846. Date Proved: March 9, 1848. Provided Before: Anderson Steedman. Date Recorded: March 11, 1848. Recorded by: John Fox, Regr. Dower Renounced by: Jane Berry. Conveyance for 168 acres of land. Property purchased by Jacob Berry from J.D.A. Murphy agent of the exor. of Robert Stack grant to said Stack 1793.
Abstraction of Lexington County Deed Book "P" - (LGE Volume 13, Book 2, page 71) -
Pages 252-254. Grantor: John Williams of Lexington District. Grantee: Nicholas Hutto of Lexington District. Consideration: $200.00. Witnesses: Sulathiel(?) Berry and Jacob Berry, Sr.. Date Executed: April 5, 1847. Date Proved: July 29, 1847. Proved Before: Harman Hutto. Date Recorded: August 4, 1847. Recorded By: John Fox, Regr. Dower Renounced by: Mary Williams. Conveyance and plat for 508 acres of land. Property originally granted to Daniel Hersey Senr. in 1810 . . . part of a tract granted to John Griffin in 1817 . . . bounded by Jacob Berry and Henry Stricklin . . . Griffin tract . . . plat made by William Fort . . . March 17, 1847.
Lexington County Court of Common Pleas Judgment Rolls (Loose Papers) abstracted - (LGE Volume 13, Book 4, page 157 -
#825. Eliza Berry v. George Berry, et al. Relief. 1882. Location of land given including plat of 1885.
Jacob Berry died in December 1882, leaving the following:
widow: Eliza Berry
children: George Berry
Anna Jane Berry
Louisa Berry wife of Elmore Berry
grandchild: Peter Berry son of a predeceased daughter, Margaret Berry
That's all I have at this time,
P.S. - I could not get your e-mail address to work to let me send this to you directly.
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