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Descendants of Thomas Berry

To view an analysis of the Berry line, see Berry Time Line file.

 

Generation No. 1

 

1. THOMAS1 BERRY (Source: Kent Pusser, genealogy source.) was born Bef. 1659, and died 1700 in Northumberland County, Virginia. He married MARGARET UNKNOWN (Source: Kent Pusser, genealogy source.) Bef. 1683 in Northumberland, Co. Virginia. She was born Abt. 1660. Note: We do not know Margaret's maiden name because she was married to a Thomas Smythe before she married our Thomas Berry.

Notes for Thomas Berry:

  • Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume I, Northumbria Collectanea, 1645-1720, A-L, Page 512
    Church St Stephens Parish was near the land of Tho Berry Feb 17, 1708/9

  • Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume I, Northumbria Collectanea, 1645-1720, A-L, Page 538
    Harcum, William witness Wil of Thomas Berry April 15, 1700.
    Wm Wit deed Berry to Gill Feb 17, 1708/9.

  • Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume I, Northumberland County Record of Births, 1661-1810, Page 409
    St Stephens Parish
    Thomas Berry son to Thomas was born Jan 9, 1683
    William Berry son to Thomas born May 13, 1691

Children of THOMAS BERRY and MARGARET UNKNOWN are:

2. i. THOMAS2 BERRY, b. 09 Jan 1682/83; d. 1742, Northumberland County, Virginia.(Source: Iona Ingram Sowa. My Ingram Family 1651-1925)

ii. MARGARET BERRY (Source: Kent Pusser, genealogy source.), m. JOHN GILL (Source: Kent Pusser, genealogy source.).

iii. JOHN BERRY (Source: Kent Pusser, genealogy source.), d. Northumberland County, Virginia.

 

Generation No. 2

 

2. THOMAS2 BERRY (THOMAS1) (Source: Iona Ingram Sowa. My Ingram Family 1651-1925.) was born 09 Jan 1682/83, and died 1742 in Northumberland County, Virginia. He married PATIENCE UNKNOWN (Source: Kent Pusser, genealogy source.) Bef. 17 Apr 1708 in Northumberland, Co. Virginia. She was born Abt. 1685.

Notes for THOMAS BERRY:

  • Will provided by Kent Pusser snailmail Jan 2005. I typed in the information as follows:
    1. Thomas Berry (Source: Lindsay O. Duvall, Virginia Colonial Abstracts-Series 2, Vol. I Northumberland County, Virginia 16878-1713. (Southern Historical Press, Easley, SC, 1979). Died 1700 in Northumberland County, Virginia. He married Margaret Smythe (note Smythe was hand written in by Kent Pusser) bef 1699 in Northumberland County, Virginia (Source: Lindsay O. Duvall. Virginia Colonial Abstracts-Series 2, Vol. I Northumberland County, Virginia 1678-1713, (Southern Historical Press, Easley, SC, 1979).

    Children of Thomas Berry and Margaret are:

    2i. Thomas Berry, d 1742 in Northumberland County, Virginia. He married Patience in Northumberland County, Virginia (Source: 1) James F. Lewis and J Motley Booker, M.D., Northumberland County Virginia Wills and Administrations 1713-1749, (Northumberland County, Virginia, 1967) 2) Lindsay O. Duvall, Virginia Colonial Abstracts-Series 2, Vol. I Northumberland County, Virginia 16878-1713, (Southern Historical Press, Easley, SC, 1979).

    Notes for Thomas Berry:
    W.W 22 February 1742/43 Codicil 12 March 1742/43, Will proven 11 April 1743.

    Son Thomas Berry plantation whereon he now lives during his natural life and his wife's widowhood containing one hundred and fifty acres by estimation bounded as followeth: to the line formerly Partin Hundall's strait to the schoolhouse branch, thence to the main road and along to the said road to Suttons corner dogwood tree, thence to "Scotland" line. They make no waste and if the make waste of the land and timber more than their proper use, land to go to my son John Berry.

    Son John Berry neck of land called "Scotland Neck" and a tract of land formerly Partin Hudnall's bounding along Lattimore's line to the main branch and up the schoolhouse branch to his brother's line, both the said tracts containing by estimation on hundred and fifty acres and that parcel of land whereon my son Thomas Berry lives after his death and his wife's widowhood.

    Son William Berry plantation whereon I now live and the remainder of my land adjoining by estimation two hundred acres. If my son William should die before he comes of age or have lawful issue, his land to my son George Berry.

    Son Thomas Berry negro man Dick for his support during his natural life, all that cattle in his possession and all my wearing clothes.

    Son John Berry negro woman Hazar, negro man James, one feather bed and furniture.

    Daughter Alice Lattimore negro girl Nan and twenty pounds cash towards buying another, one feather bed and furniture.

    Daughter Patience Ingram negro woman Moll and negro girl Nell, one feather bed and furniture.

    Daughter Sarah Berry negro woman Lucy and negro girl Winnie, one feather bed and furniture.

    Daughter Elizabeth Forrester negro girl Priscilla, one feather bed and furniture, one cow with calf, one pied steer, four sheep, one mulberry table, three white chairs, one black chair, three plates, two dishes, two basons, one tankard, six spoons, one chest, one pot and fry pan.

    Granddaughter Barbery Lattimore negro girl Suckey.

    Sons William and George Berry all the rest of my slaves, to be equally divided between them when my son George comes of age of twenty years. If either of my sons William or George should die before they come of age, the survivor to have the other part of the slaves and their increase.

    Twenty pounds cash to be raised out of my personal estate by my executors before division, to buy my son George Berry land. If my son George Berry should die before he comes of age the money or land to go to my son William.

    All my personal estate to be equally divided between my two sons William and George Berry and my daughter Sarah Berry when my son William comes to the age of nineteen.

    Daughter Sarah Berry shall have her dwelling on my plantation and liberty to work her hands during her maiden life.

    Son George to be kept at his learning and a trade of bricklaying or storekeeping which my executors shall think proper and to be brought up by Travers Colston, gent.

    Travers Colston, George Ball JR., David Lattimore and John Berry executors.

    CODICIL: dated 12 March 1742/43

If my son Thomas Berry is not satisfied with what I gave him and he should bring suit or action to cause trouble, what I have given him in land and personal estate to go to my son John Berry and that Thomas receive a mill shilling for his part.

Witness: John Gouch and John Bowen.

3 ii. Margaret Berry. She m. John Gill (Source: Lindsay O. Duvall, Virginia Colonial Abstracts-Series 2, Vol. I Northumberland County, Virginia 16878-1713. (Southern Historical Press, Easley, SC, 1979).

4. iii John Berry.

DESCENDANT SURNAMES:

Ball, Begor, Bledshoe, Carter, Chowning, Cottrell, Dameron, Eskridge, Fooks, George, Gresham, Harcum, Hayes, Hitch, Hudnall, Ingram, James, Jett, Johnson, Kelley, Kent, Lawrence, Leland, Morehead, Muse, Parker, Polk, Schwier, Smith, Stubbs, Sutton, Templeman, Towell, Toweles, Turner, Ward, Webb, Wornam

  • Found on Linda Duncan family line on ancestry Jan 2005. She imported from the
    [Ferguson Family Tree.FTW]

[682635.ged]

REFN: 3230
Thomas Berry b. 9 Jan 1683, St. Stephens Parish, formerly Fairfield
Par, as recorded in record of births.
Thomas Berry's mother presumed to have died and his father Thomas
remarried by Nov 1694 - after which they relocated to Wiccomico Parish
Thomas Berry and Patience his wife who relinquished her right of dower
in land; ack. deed 'by her atty Richd Lattemore' 17 Feb 1708/9
One of Thomas & Patience's daus. presumed to have married a Lattimore
per: Elizabeth Bledsoe Will 13 Feb 1707/8, WP 21 Jul 1708 names son
Richd Lattimore, granddaus Mary BERRY & Winifred Nelmes ...
15 Jan 1711, Thos Berry was named by the Wicomico Parish to procession
land along with John Gouch & Wm Sutton ... which included land of Mr
Richard Lattimore senr
23 Jan 1717/18 Mr Thomas Berry, Sam Heath & John Lattimore were sworn
'as of the Vestry'
12 Dec 1719 At vestry ... To Thos Berry for lock for Church Door - 20
21 Jan 1720 At Vestry .. . Church repairs ...Thos Berry Church warden
10 Dec 1720 At Vestry ... Mr Thomas Berry Church warden; to T. Berry
for keeping Jane Ager in Sickness
13 Oct 1722 Thomas Berry present at Vestry ...
6 Sep 1723 Thomas Berry & Samuel Heath, Church Wardens of Wiccomiccoco
Parish
1725 Thomas Berry Church warden
1728 Thomas Berry at Vestry ... re growing tobacco [p. 45-46]
1729-31 Thomas Berry, church warden
19 Oct 1732 Mr Thomas Berry agrees to pay 250 lbs of tobacco at the
Laying of the next levie for the Cagements and other Iron that did
bel ong to the old Windows of the Church
11 Oct 1735 To Mr Thomas Berry for 1500 nails for covering ye Glebe House: 135
25 Nov 1738 Mr Thomas Berry Church Warden [p. 69]
12 Jun 1741 Mr Thomas Berry attended Vestry mtg [p. 74] All Vestr y
entries were extracted from 'The History of Wicomico Parish' by John
L. Ove rholt & Arthur C. Johnson
Will written 22 Feb 1742/3. Codicil 12 Mar 1742/3 re son Thomas
satisfaction with Will. Will proven 11 Apr 1743

  • Virginia Genealogies #3 1600s-1800s cd #187 Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Vol I, Northumbria Collectanes 1645-1720
    Berry, Thomas Deed 17 Feb 1708/9 of Wicco parish, planter, sells Tho Gill of St Stephens parish cordwainer, for 4000 lb of tobaCounty 1/2 part of land late in tenure of Tho Gill where he now liveth in St Stephens parish, part of a patent granted to Roger Walters for 1000 acres which he in his will of 29 Dec1669 bequithed to "his son Roger Walters and Francis the wife of Wm Smythe equally to be divided between them." the said Roger the son dieing without issue his part descended to Francis, which Francis and her husband Wm by deed dated 14 Feb 1682/3 sold to Tho Berry 300 acres, half the land thereof of this deed, to which Tho Berry, father of the Tho Berry party to these presents, by his will dated 15 April 1700, proved 17 July 1700, gave the said 300 acres to his two sons Thomas and William Berry. The 300 acres adj a hickory near the church, Wildey's land also adj 100 acres sold by Tho Berry the father in his life time to Nicho Parris out of the 300 acres. Deed signed by Tho Berry. Witnessed by Wm Harcum, John Berry, Fras McCormack. Ack by Tho Berry and Patience his wife by her attorney Richard Lattimore. Re-rec 17 Sept 1712 by Tho Gill.

  • Notes for PATIENCE UNKNOWN:

Virginia Colonial Abstracts, Volume I, Northumbria Collectanea, 1645-1720, A-L, Page 562
Richard Lattemore (could be Lattimore) Attorney for Patience Berry wife of Thomas Feb 17, 1708/09,

Children of THOMAS BERRY and PATIENCE UNKNOWN are:

i. JOHN3 BERRY.

ii. WILLIAM BERRY.

iii. THOMAS BERRY.

3. iv. ALICE BERRY.

4. v. PATIENCE BERRY, b. Abt. 1715, Northumberland County, Virginia; d. Brunswick County, Virginia. m. JOHN INGRAM.

vi. SARAH BERRY.

vii. ELIZABETH BERRY, m. UNKNOWN FORRESTER.

5. viii. GEORGE BERRY, b. Bet. 1722 - 1742, Northumberland, County Virginia; d. 1783.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

3. ALICE3 BERRY (THOMAS2, THOMAS1) She married UNKNOWN LATTIMORE (see Thomas Berry's Will). (Source: Kent Pusser, genealogy source)

Child of ALICE BERRY and UNKNOWN LATTIMORE is:

i. BARBERY4 LATTIMORE.

 

4. PATIENCE3 BERRY (THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1715 in Northumberland County, Virginia, and died Unknown in Brunswick County, Virginia. She married JOHN INGRAM (Source: Iona Ingram Sowa. My Ingram Family 1651-1925.) Abt. 1740 in Brunswick County Virginia, son of CHARLES INGRAM and MARY WADDY. He was born Abt. 1720 in Northumberland County, Virginia, and died Abt. 1791 in Brunswick County, Virginia.

Notes for PATIENCE BERRY:

  • Daughter of Thomas Berry of Northumberland County, Virginia per Iona Ingram Sowa "My Ingram Family." cd 187 Va Family History #3 Northumberland births.

  • The following was documented from Mary Ingram Stultz's book, Ingram Family History. p 107.On 22 Feb. 1796, a "Deed of Release" was executed by Patience Ingram, widow of John Ingram whose will was previously recorded in this section. The release reveals further insight into this family.

  • Found a postem on ancestry listed in a line in regards to their information on Patience: Vicki, if I may, Patience Berry was not the d/o Enoch Berry, but rather that of Thomas Berry, whose will was written 2 Feb. 1742/43, and probated 11 April 1743. In this will, Thomas mentions his daughter, Patience INGRAM, (she was named after her mother). Thomas and Patience lived and died in Northumberland Co. Virginia from source Kent Pusser.

  • Notes for John Ingram: John Ingram's Will can be found on the USgenweb.org web site, go to Virginia, then Brunswick County, Virginia.

Children of PATIENCE BERRY and JOHN INGRAM are:

6. i. MOSES4 INGRAM, b. Abt. 1751, Brunswick County, Virginia; d. Oct 1784, Brunswick County, Virginia.

ii. JOHN INGRAM, b. Abt. 1746, Wiccomocco Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia; m. SARAH INGRAM; b. 1763.

iii. NANCY INGRAM, b. Abt. 1754, Brunswick County, Virginia.

iv. MARY ELIZABETH INGRAM, b. 1755, Brunswick County, Virginia; m. JAMES ALLISON LOVE (Source: Linda Duncan genealogy on ancestry web site.), 1770, Brunswick County Virginia; b. 1749, Brunswick County, Virginia.

v. ELIZABETH BETTY INGRAM, b. Abt. 1758.

7. vi. SARAH INGRAM, b. 1758, Brunswick County, Virginia.

vii. THOMAS INGRAM, b. Abt. 1762.

8. viii. PATSY INGRAM, b. Abt. 1765, Brunswick County, Virginia.

 

5. GEORGE3 BERRY (THOMAS2, THOMAS1) (Source: Mary Stickman., Here is Patience Berrys brother George Berry's Will {George Berry is my 4th great grandfather}. Keep in touch, Mary stickman.) was born Bet. 1722 - 1742 in Northumberland, County Virginia, and died 1783. He married MARY UNKNOWN.

Notes for GEORGE BERRY:

  • Obtained a copy of his Will from Mary Stickman. George Berry is her 4th great grandfather. Email sent to me on Oct 21, 2004.
    Here is Patience Berrys brother George Berry's Will
    {George Berry is my 4th great grandfather}.
    Keep in touch,
    Mary stickman

Will of George Berry (1782)
Source at Family History Center, Salt Lake City, Film #0,030,662, pages 353-354

In the name of God amen I George Berry of Brunswick County being low in body but - sound in mind and memory calling to mind it is once ordained for all to die do make this my last will and Testament First I resign my soul unto God who gave it hoping for salvation through Christ Jesus, And my body to be decently interred at the Discretion of my Executors and as for my worldly goods I disposed off as followeth.

Item I give unto William and George BERRY my sons the plantation whereon I now live Except four acres to them and their heirs forever.

Item I give and bequeath unto my son John BERRY five acres of my above disposed and excepted Land Including his shop to him and his heirs forever.

Item I give and bequeath unto my Daughter Sarah CLAYTON a negro wench named Nell to her and her heirs forever.

Item I give and bequeath all the rest of my estate of what sort what sort soever not all ready disposed of to be equally divided between my ten children that is to say Enoch, Betty, John, Thomas, Molly, Nancy, William, Patience, Patty and George BERRY to them and their heirs forever.

Item and lastly I constitute Enoch and John BERRY Executors of this my last will and Testament revoking all other will or wills whatsoever as witness my hand seal this seventh day of September Anno Dom 1782 --

George BERRY (SS)

Signed and published before
Joseph LYELL
Gardner SCOGNAN(?)
Herod VirginiaUGHAN
Brunswick County Court 25th Novm. 1782

This will was proved by the oaths of Joseph LYAlabamaL and Herod VirginiaUGHAN witness thereto and ordered to be recorded and upon the motion of Enoch BERRY and John BERRY the Executors therein appointed and they having given bond with Security and taken the oath according to Law Certificate is granted them for obtaining a probate thereof in due form.
Teste End Drury STITH, ___

  • Indenture made the 22th day of June, 1760, between Grace Berry of Granville, county, North carolina and George Berry. Deed Book 6, page 531. (From Mary Stickman)

Indenture made the 25th day of August, 1760 between Mary Eaton and Robert Jones, Junr. , of North Carolina, Executor and Executrix of the last Will and Testament of William Eaton, Gentelman, late of North Carolina, dec'd parties of the first part, and George Berry of Brunswick, County, for sixty pounds, conveying 144 acres on the south side of Wagua Creek joining Tabbs line, the same being a part of a 244 acre tract granted to John Scoggan of Prince George, County by letters of patent dated November 21, 1734, which has decended to William Scoggan in fee simple as brother and heir at law of the said Scoggan, dec'd. Witnesses were Nathl. Edwards, W. Edwards and Daniel Nellbry
{his mark}. Indenture was acknowledged in court on September 22, 1760 by, Mary Eaton, and proved to be the act and deed of Robert Jones, Junr. by oath of Nathaniel Edwards and Daniel Nollibry, and on October 27, 1760, further proved by the oath of William Edwards. Deed Book 6, page 564.

  • Indenture made the ____ day of ____, 1760 {date not given} between William Scoggan and George Berry, witness that whereas William Eaton at court held for the said County on the 22nd day of May, in the 26th year of the reign of the King, did recover against the said William Scoggan, as brother and heir in law of John Scoggan dec'd 100 pounds sterling {and other sums} in that suit extended to be levied of 144 acres of land on south side of Wagua Creek joining Tabbs line, the same being part of a 244 acre tract granted to John Scoggan 0f Prince George, County by letters of patent dated November 21, 1734, which has decended to the said William Scoggan in fee simple as brother and heir in law of the said Scoggan, dec'd. and where as writ of Extent being issued, a jury summoned, and inquisition made, James Parrish, Gentleman Sheriff of the said County did on the 16th day of July, 1753, the said land and primifses... to the said William Eaton deliver, to hold to the said William Eaton until his debts and damages were paid and then to revert to the said William Scoggan for 15 pounds paid by George Berry, conveying the 144 acre tract. Signed by William Scoggan Indenture was acknowledged in Court on October 27, 1760 by William Scoggan and Elizabeth, his wife, appeared and relinquished her right to dower. Deed Book 6, psge 465.
  • Indenture made the 14th day of February, 1761 between Richard Swanson of Edgecombe, County, North Carolina, and George Marshall, for 50 pounds, conveying 150 acres on the Little fork of Red Oak Run, being the same tract made over by deed from Richard Swanson to Edward Swanson, dated April 1, 1736. Witnesses were William Scogin, George Berry and Elizabeth Scogin. Indenture and Receipt were acknowledged in court on August 24, 1761, by Richard Swanson, and Sarah Swanson, the mother, and Olive Swanson, the wife, appeared and relinquished their right to dower. Deed Book 6, page 731
  • John Bennett m. one of George's sisters Virginia Genealogies #3 1600s-1800s CD # 187 p 503.

Children of GEORGE BERRY and MARY UNKNOWN are:

i. ENOCH4 BERRY (Source: Mary Stickman)

9. ii. ELIZABETH BETTY BERRY, b. Bet. 1750 - 1770.

iii. JOHN BERRY (Source: Virginia Vital Records #2 1600-1800's.), m. NANCY ANNE INGRAM (Source: Linda Duncan genealogy on ancestry web site.), 28 Apr 1787, Brunswick County, Virginia (Source: Ingram Family History book, by Mary Ingram Stultz).

iv. THOMAS BERRY (Source: Mary Stickman)

v. MOLLY BERRY (Source: Mary Stickman) m. WASHINGTON CRAFT.

vi. WILLIAM BERRY (Source: Mary Stickman) d. 25 Jul 1761 (Source: Virginia Vital Records #1 1600-1800s CD #174 Family Tree Maker.); m. GRACE UNKNOWN.

vii. PATIENCE BERRY (Source: Mary Stickman) d. Unknown; m. HENRY MORRISS (Source: Mary Stickman), 24 Dec 1798, Brunswick County Virginia.

viii. GEORGE BERRY (Source: Mary Stickman) (Source: Virginia Vital Records #1 1600-1800s CD #174 Family Tree Maker).

ix. SARAH BERRY (Source: Mary Stickman) m. GEORGE CLAYTON (Source: Mary Stickman)

x. PATSY BERRY (Source: Mary Stickman, Gerri Ingram), b. Unknown; m. WILLIAM VAUGHAN, 24 Nov 1795, Brunswick County Virginia; b. Unknown.

xi. NANCY BERRY (Source: Mary Stickman), b. Unknown.

 

Generation No. 4

 

6. MOSES4 INGRAM (PATIENCE3 BERRY, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1751 in Brunswick County, Virginia, and died Oct 1784 in Brunswick County, Virginia. He married ELIZABETH LANIER 1778 in Brunswick County Virginia. She was born Bet. 1755 - 1760 in Brunswick County, Virginia, and died in Giles County, Tennessee.(Source: See his father, John Ingram's Will)

Notes for MOSES INGRAM:

  • Marriages of Virginia Residents Vol I, Part II, Page 185.

BRUNSWICK COUNTY, VIRGINIA - WILL BOOK 2 1739-1785 (partial)
p 407. Moses Ingram will
wife Elizabeth
sons Henry Ingram and Benjamin Ingram
executors wife, Thomas Ingram and John Clay
witnesses Enoch Berry , Suilah (her mark) Lanier , Thomas Craft
Proved Oct. 25, 1784

p. 496 Moses Ingram deceased-inventory
Moses Ingram died in 1784; his Will was signed 9 August and recorded 25
October (Brunswick County Will Book 2, page 407). naming sons Henry and
Benjamin and wife Elizabeth.

Moses, typical of his family, was a large land owner; 9 May 1772, a
survey was made for him in Bath Parish, Dinwiddie County for 774 acres on
Hatcher's Run -- this would be a short distance west of Petersburg,
Virginia (Dinwiddie Plat Book, p. 26).

Moses and his father John Ingram, Jr. rendered services to the cause of
the American Revolution by furninishing supplies: in the Brunswick County
list of men so aiding, in June 1781 are found their names. The
Revolutionary War Societies recognize these services for membership.

p. 407 Moses Ingram will wife Elizabeth sons Henry Ingram and Benjamin Ingram
executors wife, Thomas Ingram and John Clay
witnesses Enoch Berry , Suilah (her mark) Lanier , Thomas Craft
Proved Oct. 25, 1784

Notes for ELIZABETH LANIER:

  • Brunswick Co Deed Book 16 p 81. She died April 11, 1834 in Giles County, Tennessee and Moses died in Oct 1794 in Brunswick County, Virginia.

May 15, 1786 Gray Edwards and Elizabeth Ingram, widow of Moses Ingram married. Married by The Rev. Thomas Lundie, Rector of St Andrew's Parish.

  • Could this be her brother??
    Indenture made 25 March 1751 between James Lanier of
    Brunswick County, and Henry Cook of same, £60, on North side of
    the Rockey Run granted by Patent to Sampson and Richard Lanier
    and conveyed by deed by the said Sampson Lanier to the above said
    James Lanier, 177a, Beginning at a pine on the old County Line
    thence south sixty Eight degrees west one hundred and ten Poles
    to a red oak thence nroth fifty three degrees west seventy poles
    to a pine a Corner Tree of Thomas Sissons Land thence northeast
    along a new marked Line which was a division between the above
    said Sampson and Ricahrd Lanier to a small pine on the old County
    Line then along the old County Line to the Begining. Signed
    James lanier. Wit: Timothy Rives, Joshua Clark, David Peeples.
    Court 24 September 1751, Indenture acknowledged by James Lanier.
    Deed Book 5, Page 88.

Children of MOSES INGRAM and ELIZABETH LANIER are:

10. i. ELIZABETH GRAY5 INGRAM, b. Abt. 1783, Brunswick County, Virginia. (See her father John Ingram's Will)

ii. HENRY INGRAM (Source: Ingram Family History book, by Mary Ingram Stultz.), b. Abt. 1780, Brunswick County, Virginia; m. ELIZABETH OVERBY (Source: Ingram Family History book, by Mary Ingram Stultz.), 26 Mar 1804, Brunswick County Virginia (Source: Ingram Family History book, by Mary Ingram Stultz.).

11. iii. BENJAMIN INGRAM, b. Abt. 1782, Brunswick County, Virginia.

 

7. SARAH4 INGRAM (PATIENCE3 BERRY, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born 1758 in Brunswick County, Virginia. She married CHRISTOPHER DAMERON. He was born Abt. 1757 in Brunswick County, Virginia, and died 1808 in Caswell County, North Carolina.

Children of SARAH INGRAM and CHRISTOPHER DAMERON are:

12. i. JOHN5 DAMERON, b. 1778, Brunswick County, Virginia.

ii. BARTHOLOMEW DAMERON, b. 1775, North Carolina; m. REBECCA MALONE; b. 1781.

 

8. PATSY4 INGRAM (PATIENCE3 BERRY, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1765 in Brunswick County, Virginia. She married JOHN CLAY 19 Jan 1779 in Brunswick County, Virginia. He was born Abt. 1757 in Cumberland, County, Virginia, and died in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Children of PATSY INGRAM and JOHN CLAY are:

i. SAMUEL5 CLAY (Source: Internet Linda Duncan ldunc@ipa,net.), b. Unknown; Stepchild.

ii. GEORGE W. CLAY (Source: Internet Linda Duncan ldunc@ipa,net.), b. Unknown; Stepchild.

13. iii. JOHN INGRAM CLAY, b. 1790, Charlotte County, Virginia; Stepchild.

 

9. ELIZABETH BETTY4 BERRY (GEORGE3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) (Source: Mary Stickman) was born Bet. 1750 - 1770. She married JOSEPH CROOK (Source: Mary Stickman) 21 Jan 1783 in Brunswick County, Virginia, son of GEORGE CROOK and MARY IRBY. He was born Abt. 1764 in Brunswick County, Virginia, and died 1805.

Children of ELIZABETH BERRY and JOSEPH CROOK are:

i. BERRY5 CROOK (Source: Mary Stickman).

ii. JOSEPH CROOK (Source: Mary Stickman).

14. iii. DAVID CROOK, b. 10 Mar 1792, Brunswick County, Virginia; d. 06 Sep 1859, Giles County, Tennessee.

iv. MARY ANN CROOK (Source: Mary Stickman).

 

Generation No. 5

 

10. ELIZABETH GRAY5 INGRAM (MOSES4, PATIENCE3 BERRY, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) (Source: Virginia Vital Records #3 1600-1800's cd #187.) was born Abt. 1783 in Brunswick County, Virginia. She married JESSE WESTMORELAND (Source: Virginia Vital Records #3 1600-1800's cd #187.) 25 Oct 1802 in Brunswick County Virginia. He died 1810.

Child of ELIZABETH INGRAM and JESSE WESTMORELAND is:

15. i. SUSAN INGRAM6 WESTMORELAND, b. 31 Dec 1804.

 

11. BENJAMIN5 INGRAM (MOSES4, PATIENCE3 BERRY, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) (Source: Ingram Family History book, by Mary Ingram Stultz.) was born Abt. 1782 in Brunswick County, Virginia. He married HARDAWAY MANSON (Source: Ingram Family History book, by Mary Ingram Stultz.) 20 Dec 1802 (Source: Ingram Family History book, by Mary Ingram Stultz.).

Child of BENJAMIN INGRAM and HARDAWAY MANSON is:

i. MARY ELIZABETH6 INGRAM (Source: David Lee, email Jan 2005.), b. 1809; m. JOHN BENJAMIN BUTLER (Source: David Lee, email Jan 2005.).

 

12. JOHN5 DAMERON (SARAH4 INGRAM, PATIENCE3 BERRY, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born 1778 in Brunswick County, Virginia. He married MARY CLAY. She was born 1777 in Chesterfield, Virginia.

Children of JOHN DAMERON and MARY CLAY are:

16. i. MARTHA PATSY DUPUY6 DAMERON.

ii. ELIZABETH INGRAM DAMERON, m. WILLIAM MOORE DAMERON.

 

13. JOHN INGRAM5 CLAY (PATSY4 INGRAM, PATIENCE3 BERRY, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) (Source: Internet Linda Duncan ldunc@ipa,net.) was born 1790 in Charlotte County, Virginia. He married PATSY ELDRIDGE 03 Dec 1821. She was born 1801.

Child of JOHN CLAY and PATSY ELDRIDGE is:

i. SAMUEL PEYTON6 CLAY, b. 1834.

 

14. DAVID5 CROOK (ELIZABETH BETTY4 BERRY, GEORGE3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) (Source: Mary Stickman) was born 10 Mar 1792 in Brunswick County, Virginia, and died 06 Sep 1859 in Giles County, Tennessee. He married REBECCA ATKINS 15 Dec 1811 in Brunswick County Virginia. She was born 20 Dec 1795 in Brunswick County, Virginia, and died 20 Nov 1857 in Giles County, Tennessee.

Child of DAVID CROOK and REBECCA ATKINS is:

17. i. WILLIAM ALEXANDER6 CROOK, b. 19 Dec 1812, Brunswick County, Virginia.

 

Generation No. 6

 

15. SUSAN INGRAM6 WESTMORELAND (ELIZABETH GRAY5 INGRAM, MOSES4, PATIENCE3 BERRY, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) (Source: Virginia Vital Records #3 1600-1800's cd #187.) was born 31 Dec 1804. She married JOHN BROOKS (Source: Virginia Vital Records #3 1600-1800's cd #187.) 28 Oct 1823 in Lauderdale County, Alabama. He was born 07 Nov 1796 in Lauderdale County, Ala, and died 1830.

Child of SUSAN WESTMORELAND and JOHN BROOKS is:

18. i. JOHN JESSE WESTMORELAND7 BROOKS, b. 25 Sep 1828, Lauderdale County, Ala.

 

16. MARTHA PATSY DUPUY6 DAMERON (JOHN5, SARAH4 INGRAM, PATIENCE3 BERRY, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) She married ALEXANDER MOREHEAD DAMERON (Source: Denise Jackson ourfamilyheritage@att.net ancestry web site.). He was born 1799.

Child of MARTHA DAMERON and ALEXANDER DAMERON is:

i. WILLIAM G.7 DAMERON, b. 1827.

 

17. WILLIAM ALEXANDER6 CROOK (DAVID5, ELIZABETH BETTY4 BERRY, GEORGE3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) (Source: Mary Stickman..) was born 19 Dec 1812 in Brunswick County, Virginia. He married LILLIE BERRY HOUSE (Source: Mary Stickman..) 20 Dec 1831 in Lawrenceburg, Giles County, Tennessee. She was born Abt. 1811 in Virginia.

Child of WILLIAM CROOK and LILLIE HOUSE is:

i. DAVID GREEN7 CROOK (Source: Mary Stickman).

 

Generation No. 7

 

18. JOHN JESSE WESTMORELAND7 BROOKS (SUSAN INGRAM6 WESTMORELAND, ELIZABETH GRAY5 INGRAM, MOSES4, PATIENCE3 BERRY, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) (Source: Virginia Vital Records #3 1600-1800's cd #187.) was born 25 Sep 1828 in Lauderdale County, Ala. He married OLIVE ELIZABETH KENNEDY (Source: Virginia Vital Records #3 1600-1800's cd #187.) 24 Nov 1857. She was born 02 Aug 1836.

Child of JOHN BROOKS and OLIVE KENNEDY is:

i. MARY SUE8 BROOKS (Source: Virginia Vital Records #3 1600-1800's cd #187.), b. 1869; m. JAMES JOSEPHUS DOUGLAS (Source: Virginia Vital Records #3 1600-1800's cd #187.); b. 1866, Lauderdale County, Ala.

 

 

 

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