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Re: Bishop & McLeod/late 1800's-early 1900's
Posted by: Dawna Carlton (ID *****7879) Date: November 15, 2006 at 11:30:46
In Reply to: Re: Bishop & McLeod/late 1800's-early 1900's by Nita Newcomer of 584

Reading these queries about the Bishops in Robertson county didnt see anyone mention the Berry surname. Elisha J. Bishop's wife was a Louisa Berry first cousin of my GGGrandmother from MS. My Berry research is what led me to the Robertson Co. forum.I live close to Franklin about 30 minute drive and I had been out there to look up graves of some of his distant kin in the owensville cemetery and noticed the Elliott cemetery sign and actually drove down the road where it is but decided not to get out , now that I know I have some distant kin there I will plan on going back and getting out and walking through the cemetery. Two of Elisha's siblings actually married into the Berry family too.

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