|Birth: ||Jan. 22, 1876|
|Death: ||Dec. 30, 1941|
The Southeast Missourian
Cape Girardeau MO
Dec. 31, 1941
Marble Hill--Mrs. Ida Berry, 65 years old, wife of John Berry, died at 11 o'clock Tuesday night at the family home in the Crossroads community, north of here. She had been in ill health about eight years, suffering from a heart ailment and other complications.
The body was removed to the Baker Funeral Home in Lutesville and was to be returned late today to the family home. Definite funeral arrangements had not been made, but burial will be Thursday afternoon in the cemetery at Glen Allen.
Mrs. Berry, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kirkpatrick, was born Jan. 22, 1876, near Marble Hill and during her early life resided in the Mayfield and Grassy communities. She was a member of the New Salem Baptist Church.
She was married 48 years ago to John Berry and they had since resided at Crossroads.
She is survived by her husband; three sons, Paul Berry, a government etomologist stationed in Peru, South America; J.W. Berry, a teacher at Hendrickson, and Pink Berry, a farmer at Crossroads; four daughters, Mrs. Ray Grindstaff and Mrs. Don Caldwell of near Marble Hill, Mrs. Chester Barrett of St. Louis and Mrs. R.S. Peterman of Jefferson City; a brother, Ollie Kirkpatrick of near Marble Hill; a foster daughter, Mrs. George Barks, near Marble Hill, and 16 grandchildren.
James Robert Kirkpatrick (1852 - 1907)
Emily Caroline Mabrey Kirkpatrick (1844 - 1906)
John Hiram Berry (1871 - 1965)
Bernice Ollie Berry Grindstaff (1897 - 1983)*
Paul Andre Berry (1899 - 1983)*
Pinckney A Berry (1902 - 1989)*
James William Berry (1905 - 1975)*
Cynthia Caroline Berry Barrett (1907 - 1992)*
Mildred Irene Berry Peterman (1912 - 1998)*
Helen Mae Berry Caldwell (1914 - 2001)*
Glen Allen Cemetery
Created by: brenda joyce
Record added: Jul 10, 2008
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