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Eliza Lydia Anciaux Berrien
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Birth: Sep. 19, 1786
Newport
Newport County
Rhode Island, USA
Death: Aug. 25, 1828
Greenville
Greenville County
South Carolina, USA

Eliza Lydia Anciaux was the daughter of Nicholas Anciaux of Alsace, France and Lydia Richardson Anciaux.

She was the first wife of John Macpherson Berrien Sr. and mother to nine of his children named: John MacPherson Jr. (born before 1828), Valeria Gibbons, John Wiltheim, William Davies, Nicholas Anciaux, Eliza Anciaux, Margaret Lydia, Louisa Green and Williamina Moore Berrien.

[bio Contributed by Find A Graver, James Rhodes
bio edited and obituary contributed by Find A graver, Amy]

DIED
At Greenville, (So. Ca.) on the 25th ult. MRS. ELIZA BERRIEN, consort of the Hon. John Macpherson Berrien, of this city. Tho’ respected by all who knew her, the retiring and unobtrusive manners of this excellent lady, had a tendency to conceal from the public eye many of the virtues which adorned her character. It was in the domestic circle that the benevolence of her heart and the kindness of her disposition shone forth conspicuously and sought for gratification in the faithful discharge of all the relative duties of life; dispersing happiness, and exciting the love of all who were within the sphere of her influence. In her friendship, too, she was sincere, ardent and unchanging, as many who now mourn her loss, have experienced during many years. Under this painful dispensation of divine providence, the world and its maxims can afford no adequate consolation to the bereaved-yet they do not mourn as those “without hope” but having respect to the reward which is laid up for those, “who by patient continuance in well doing seek for glory, honor, and immortality,” it is their “earnest expectation” that her works have followed her into the unknown world, and that she will “be found at the latter day” among the number of those who have obtained a good report thro’ faith in the merits of the Redeemer.

Sept. 11, 1828
p. 3, col. 3, Thurs.
The Savannah Republican
Vol. XXV, No. 186
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Nicolas Anciaux (1744 - 1810)
  Lydia Richardson Anciaux (1764 - 1838)
 
 Spouse:
  John Macpherson Berrien (1781 - 1856)
 
 Children:
  William Davies Berrien (____ - 1840)*
  Valeria Gibbons Berrien Burroughs (1806 - 1883)*
  Nicholas Anciaux Berrien (1816 - 1817)*
  Eliza Anciaux Berrien Carroll (1818 - 1894)*
  Williamina Moore Berrien Williams (1820 - 1882)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
ELIZA BERRIEN
THE WIFE OF
JOHN MACPHERSON BERRIEN &
ONLY DAUGHTER OF
NICHOLAS AND LYDIA ANCIAUX
 
Note: WPA Project 1937
 
Burial:
Colonial Park Cemetery
Savannah
Chatham County
Georgia, USA
Plot: Section A-117
 
Maintained by: acpflute
Originally Created by: JoAnn HAGANS Harris
Record added: Oct 24, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43491655
Eliza Lydia <i>Anciaux</i> Berrien
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Eliza Lydia <i>Anciaux</i> Berrien
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