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Re: Census Lookup-1820 (Berry)
Posted by: Dave Miller Date: November 03, 2000 at 07:19:06
In Reply to: Census Lookup-1820 (Berry) by Shirley Berry of 1165

Shirley,
The 1820 Census lists 1 male 10-16 years old, 1 female 26-45 years old and 1 slave in the household of Rebecca Berry. I did not find her in the 1830 Census. I did find an entry in the "loose records" as follows "James Berry was killed in the service of the United States during the war with the Creek Indians- He left a wife Rebecca and 5 children. The children are; Thomas Berry, James Berry, Robert Berry, William Berry and Mary Wall. Rebecca Berry married William Wilson July 9, 1817. William Wilson was appt. grdn. of Robert Berry. William Edmonds was appt. grdn. of the other children." I did not get a chance to search the Census records for William Wilson or William Edmonds. If I get back to the Genealogy Room in Franklin I'll look it up.


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