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Our Berrys in Frontier America

eBook (PDF), 362 Pages
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This book is a result of 18 years of research by the author and countless number of years of research buy a large number of family researchers. The book is about the Robert Berry Family which consisted of 10 children who migrated from Virginia to North Carolina to many points west. A few of the children remained in North Carolina and several of the boys and their children migrated south and westward after their father died in 1814. Our Y-DNA project has a total of 14 participants of living descendants. There is a chapter in this book for each of the 10 children of Robert and Elizabeth Cate Berry who were married about 1757 and established a large plantation in Orange County, North Carolina, where many descendants still live today. While there might still be errors in this publication none of the information has been copied from any source without thorough research. The aim of this book is to provide a reliable resource for the future generations of our Robert Berry Family.
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Product Details

Edition
2nd Edition
Published
September 18, 2015
Language
English
Pages
362
File Format
PDF
File Size
91.36 MB

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Printable? Yes
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