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James T. Berry
Posted by: Peggy LaPorte (ID *****4869) Date: October 09, 2008 at 22:14:54
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The James T. Berry family is listed twice in the U.S.1860 Grayson County, TX census. By January 1862 he has married his second wife in Cooke County, TX. It appears that his first wife R. Arminda Berry died after the 1860 census and before the end of 1861. Where was she buried?
Their homeplace after 1862 was near Callisburg but they often mention Whitesboro. We have never been able to find the burial place of either wife. Could he have buried the second wife in the same cemetery with his first wife and infant child? This is a longtime brick wall and any help will be much appreciated.


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