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  • ID: I19155
  • Name: Isham Berry
  • Given Name: Isham
  • Surname: Berry
  • Sex: M
  • Death: Bef 7 Nov 1825 in Newton, Georgia
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  • _UID: D734052643E04DA095D142FB1663CB618E60
  • Change Date: 30 Dec 2008 at 00:00
  • Note:
    The Berry family came originally from Ireland?, William and Isham Berry, two brothers, coming to America about 1740."

    «b»Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia«/b»


    Page
    (185) County levy.
    (186) To William Christian, for his services as Adjutant of the Militia, allowed by the Court Martial £20. 1,860 tithables at 3/.
    (187) Claim of Joseph Thompson for one gun, appraised at £800, reduced by scale to £3, 4/ specie--allowed. Claim of Robert Stuart for 1 beef. Claim of John Sutlington for 3 bushels wheat. Claim of John McClung for 422 lbs. beef. Claim of James Hughart for 787 lbs. beef. John Dickinson for beef. Ralph Lafferty for beef. Wm. Rhea for beef. James Young for 3 days driving cattle. Alexr. Kirk for 2 days driving cattle. Isham Berry for one certificate for militia service under Capt. Wm. Grissem of Albemarle for £4, 13, 4, dated 9 July, 1783. Isham Berry for one certificate for militia service under Capt. Henry Burke, dated June 4, 1783.

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    (185) County levy.
    (186) To William Christian, for his services as Adjutant of the Militia, allowed by the Court Martial £20. 1,860 tithables at 3/.
    (187) Claim of Joseph Thompson for one gun, appraised at £800, reduced by scale to £3, 4/ specie--allowed. Claim of Robert Stuart for 1 beef. Claim of John Sutlington for 3 bushels wheat. Claim of John McClung for 422 lbs. beef. Claim of James Hughart for 787 lbs. beef. John Dickinson for beef. Ralph Lafferty for beef. Wm. Rhea for beef. James Young for 3 days driving cattle. Alexr. Kirk for 2 days driving cattle. Isham Berry for one certificate for militia service under Capt. Wm. Grissem of Albemarle for £4, 13, 4, dated 9 July, 1783. Isham Berry for one certificate for militia service under Capt. Henry Burke, dated June 4, 1783.
    «b»NOVEMBER 3, 1781.
    «/b»(411) Called Court on Isham Berry for larceny--discharged

    Census Index: Colonial America, 1607-1789
    Berry, Isham State : VA County : Amherst Co. Year : 1783 Page # : 047 Census type code : Tax List



    Isham married Sally Massey of Virginia, about 1775, had 12 children, fought in Revolutionary War, and then settled in GA.
    My e-mail address: jtinkm@exis.net

    «u»isham berry «/u»Authentic List Of All Land Lottery Grants Made To Veterans Of The Revolutionary War By The State Of Georgia Lottery Grants To Revolutionary Veterans

    Isham Berry , Newton County, Georgia 1827 Lottery 346 Forutnate draw (22) Lee granted date 2/21/1834
    «i»REPRINT of OFFICIAL REGISTER of LAND LOTTERY OF GEORGIA 1827
    30th DAY'S DRAWING-April 10.
    NEWTON.
    page 92«/i» Fortunate Drawers: Isham Berry, R. S.,
    Captains District: Webbs
    Number: 346
    District: 22
    County: Lee County
    Georgia Tax Index, 1789-99
    BERRY, ISHAM OGLETHORPE 1798 LEE 28

    Unknown if this is Isham Berry that I looking for


    «i»CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800
    AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. XX.
    page 248«/i» Page (187) Claim of Joseph Thompson for one gun, appraised at £800, reduced by scale to £3, 4/ specie--allowed. Claim of Robert Stuart for 1 beef. Claim of John Sutlington for 3 bushels wheat. Claim of John McClung for 422 lbs. beef. Claim of James Hughart for 787 lbs. beef. John Dickinson for beef. Ralph Lafferty for beef. Wm. Rhea for beef. James Young for 3 days driving cattle. Alexr. Kirk for 2 days driving cattle. Isham Berry for one certificate for militia service under Capt. Wm. Grissem of Albemarle for £4, 13, 4, dated 9 July, 1783. Isham Berry for one certificate for militia service under Capt. Henry Burke, dated June 4, 1783.




    Laura Edwards

    "William Berry is said to have been the brother of Isham Berry who also lived in the Albemarle Co VA area and then moved to GA. I have been researching Isham's line for several years. Isham seems to have been either the son or brother of Bradley Berry of Albemarle Co. In 1772 Isham witnessed a deed involving Bradley. Bradley was the next-door neighbor of Isham's father-in-law Charles Massie. There is an estate record in Oglethorpe Co GA for William Berry

    There is a late 19th century «b»Bible record«/b» that gives birthdates for both. This Bible record was probably copied from an earlier Bible. It gives Isham as born in 1755 and Sarah in 1763. Sarah Massie (this is the spelling as used by her father) was the daughter of Charles Massie, d. 1817 Albemarle Co VA (proved by his will). There are a number of records for Isham in VA in the 1770s and 1780s, including the 1782 tax list for Amherst Co VA, several court records in Augusta Co VA, and a 1772 deed that he witnessed in Albemarle Co VA. Isham and Sarah were probably married about 1776, as their eldest daughter was supposedly born in 1778 (this is again from the Bible I mentioned). Isham and Sarah moved to GA in the 1780s, first to Wilkes/Oglethorpe Co, then to Putnam Co and finally to Newton Co. Isham d. Newton Co GA in 1825 and left a will naming 12 children. Some children remained in GA, others went on to AL and MS.

    Thomas D. Berry . He married Eunice (Nicey) Warren as his first wife and Cindy ? as his second wife. About 1835 he moved to Tallapoosa Co AL were he was a probate judge. In the late 1840s he moved to MS. I am descended from Thomas's oldest daughter Frances Sarah Ann Berry Henderson


    Isham's children were as follows:

    Elizabeth b. 1776 d. c. 1860, never married, probably retarded

    Jesse b. 1778 m. Mildred Favor 1808 Putnam Co d. 1857 Harris Co GA

    Mary b. 1780 m. Archibald Hart 1802 Oglethorpe Co d. Madison Co GA after 1860

    Judith b. 1782 m. at least 3 times, maybe 4. Known husbands: Zachariah Lawrence 1809 Oglethorpe Co, William Wayne 1811 Oglethorpe Co, William Winfrey 1819 Oglethorpe Co. Judith d. 1852 Noxubee Co MS

    Charles M. b. 1784 m. Martha (Patsy) Smith d. 1854 Newton Co GA, buried Dover Church

    Sarah b. 1785 m. Spirus (?) Rouch

    James b. 1792 m. Juda Thornton d. 1859 Tallapoosa Co AL

    Thomas D. b. 1794 m. 1. Nicey Warren 1818 Putnam Co, 2. Cindy ? c. 1834, d. c. 1860 Oktibbeha Co MS

    Rhoda b. September 10, 1797 m. Stephen Hammock d. 1878 Kemper Co MS

    George W. b. 1799 m. Elizabeth Peek 1825 Newton Co d. 1882 Newton Co, buried Covington Cemetery

    Cynthia b. 1802 m. Simeon Goolsby 1826 Oglethorpe Co d. 1892 Tallapoosa Co AL, buried at Dadeville

    William P. b. 1806 m. Cynthia Ann Colley 1834 Newton Co d. 1847 Newton Co, buried Covington Cemetery"

    Will recorded Ga, Newton Co. Ordinary Will Book I, 1823, 1851, page 8

    In the name of God Amen, I, Isham Berry of the County of Newton and State of Geogia, being weak of body but of sound mind and memory and knowing the mortality of man do dispose of my worldly effects following to wit:
    It is my will that my Executor pay all my just debts. I give to my wife Sally Berry and my daughter Elizabeth Berry my negro man Epex and my negro woman Divy, my lot of land sixty-two in tenth district of Henry County: my sorrel mare, each a bed and furniture, half my cattle and hogs and my farming tools during their natural life and at her death to be equally divided amongst my children to wit: Mary Hart, Charles M. Berry, James Berry, Thomas Berry, Rhody Berry, George W. Berry, Cynthia Berry, and William P. Berry.
    I give my son Jesse Berry five dollars
    I give to by daughter Judy Winfrey five dollars
    I give to my daughter Sally Roach five dollars
    I give to my daughter Rhody Berry one bed with furniture
    I give to my son William P. Berry, my negro boy George and one bed and furniture.
    It is my desire that the rest of my property both real and personal be equally divided amonst the following children to wit: Mary Hart, Charles M. Berry, James Berry, Thomas D. Berry,Rhody Berry, George W. Berry, Cynthia Berry, and William P. Berry.
    Lastly I constitute and appoint Charles M. Berry and James Berry, Executors of this my last will and testament hereby confirming all other wills or will by me made. In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twelfth day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-five.
    His Signed X Seal Mark
    In the presence of

    Wm McMurray
    Thomas P. Jones
    and Thomas Wright
    Signed Oct 12, 1825
    Probated November 7, 1825 Recorded February 9, 1826




    Father: Unknown Berry

    Marriage 1 Sally Massey
    • Married: 1775
    • Change Date: 24 Nov 2011
    Children
    1. Has No Children Elizabeth Berry b: 5 Sep 1776 in , , Virginia
    2. Has No Children Georgia Berry
    3. Has No Children Mary Berry b: 8 Dec 1780 in , , Virginia
    4. Has No Children Judith Berry b: 6 Aug 1782 in Virginia
    5. Has No Children Charles Maion Berry b: Apr 1784
    6. Has No Children Sally Berry b: 25 Apr 1786
    7. Has No Children James Berry b: 30 Nov 1792 in , Georgia
    8. Has No Children Thomas Berry b: 11 Apr 1794 in , , Georgia
    9. Has No Children Rhoda Berry b: 16 Sep 1797 in , , Georgia

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