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Hudson Berry and his descendants
Lloyd E. Berry
|Statement||by Lloyd E. Berry, and, A compilation of the Berry, Gaines, and Harrison families, by Mary R. Riley.|
|Contributions||Riley, Mary Reid.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.B526 1956|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||56057453|
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Berry,Berry-Gaines-Harrison Reunion edition, in EnglishPages: Full text of "Hudson Berry and his descendants, by Lloyd E. Berry, and, A compilation of the Berry, Gaines, and Harrison families, by Mary R. other formats. Category: South Carolina Research.
View Categories / South Carolina Research. Sort Showing of 10 Hudson Berry and His Descendants. By: Berry & Riley. The contents of this book include South Carolina Indians, Colonial & Revolutionary period, Antebellum & Reconstruction period, Plantations, Communities & towns, railroads, sawmills.
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Nancy's grandfather was Hudson Berry (see book "Hudson Berry and his Descendants" by Lloyd E. Berry, pub. William and Millicent's home was called "Eden" and was located near Raburn.
2 - Mary b. 8/16/ in Laurens District, S.C. and d. 1/16/ m. married Martin Babb son of Sampson Babb and Anna Kellett of Laurens County. Descendants of Obediah Hudson, bornVirginia: A genealogy [Lee, Ramona Hudson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Descendants of Obediah Hudson, bornVirginia: A genealogyAuthor: Ramona Hudson Lee. - The newly redesigned Hudson Website including this Hudson Family Genealogy page has gone live.
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Thomas Harris) married John Hudson in John Hudson came from England with his brother Charles, settled in Hanover County, en: Charles Hudson, Capt. Christopher Hudson, David Hudson, Mary Bunch, Mary Ragland. The Descendants is written by a female author and has a smart, compassionate and convincing male narrator.
It is a bittersweet story about a father who is facing the death of his wife who lies in a coma after a car I was looking for a book set in Hawaii, and that was available on audio and came across this one/5. JOHNSON GENEALOGY. RECORDS — — OF THE DESCENDANTS — OF— John Johnson Of Ipswich and Andover, other inthe book.
The descendants commencing with a des appreciated by his descendants of the present and of future generations, and willbe preserved and handed down inmany. Hudson Berry and his descendants, (Pelzer, S. C., Berry-Gaines-Harrison Reunion, ), by Lloyd E.
Berry and Mary Reid. A compilation of the Berry Riley (page images at HathiTrust) The descendents of Seth Harrison, compiled by Frank E. Robbins. DNA Tested James Hudson's DNA has been tested for genealogical purposes. It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with James or other carriers of his ancestors' Y-chromosome or mitochondrial DNA.Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree.
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Some of the original settlers of what is now Bergen County were descendants of those who have been mentioned as having settled Hudson County. Others came from Manhattan Island, Long Island, New Harlem, Yonkers, Albany, Esopus, Kingston, and other already established settlements, while still others came direct from Europe.Genealogy profile for Thomas Berry Hudson Thomas Berry Hudson ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Thomas Berry Hudson ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
I am very hopeful that one of our subscribers can help solve this mystery. As you will see, several of the Lost Colony Research Group are working on this project, but we currently need Berry family members from both Robison and Hyde Counties to DNA test.
There are two Berry families who claim descent from the Lost.