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James Edwin Berry
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Birth: Jan. 28, 1837
Madison County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Jul. 11, 1904
Ogden
Weber County
Utah, USA

Parents were Harvey G. Berry 1811-1851 and Elizabeth Broaddus 1810-1848

James married Emeline Gale 9 Dec 1868 in Ogden, Weber, Utah. They were the parents of nine children:
Minerva Emeline Berry 1869-1907
Mary Berry 1870-
Edwin James Berry 1871-1950
Francis (Frank) Gaskin Berry 1873-1917
John C Berry 1875-1876
William Henry Berry 1877-1958
Chauncey Berry 1878-1879
Mildred Emma Berry 1881-1959
Eva May Berry 1883-1953

Note: (Click on photo to enlarge) James Edwin and Emeline Gale Berry family photo:
Back Row (L-R) Francis (Frank) Gaskin, Edwin James, Minerva Emeline.
Front Row (L-R) Mildred Emma, (father) James, Eva May, (mother) Emeline Gale, William Henry.

 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Emeline Gale Berry (1852 - 1894)*
 
 Children:
  Manerva Emeline Berry Gibbons (1869 - 1907)*
  Edwin James Berry (1871 - 1950)*
  Francis Gaskin Berry (1874 - 1917)*
  William Henry Berry (1877 - 1958)*
  Chauncey Berry (1878 - 1879)*
  Mildred Emma Berry Hampton (1881 - 1959)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Ogden City Cemetery
Ogden
Weber County
Utah, USA
 
Created by: Sunflower Lady
Record added: Jun 19, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 71618333
James Edwin Berry
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James Edwin Berry
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James Edwin Berry
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- Connie (Cross) Krueger
 Added: Dec. 13, 2014
Death is but a moment in eternity.
- Sunflower Lady
 Added: Jun. 19, 2011
 
 
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