We’ve lost a great man
It’s with a heavy heart that I bring you the sad news that Ben Henderson, this site’s creator and beloved patriarch of the Henderson family, unexpectedly passed away on June 6, 2020. I have updated his page here:
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New books about our Robert Berry family were published in September 2015. The name of the first book is “Our Berrys in Frontier America Revised and Updated” and the other book is named “Robert Berry Family Tree Index (300 Years and Seven Generations), (Second Edition)“. This book can be downloaded FREE from this web site.
On the left above is a picture of a scale model that Benjamin Berry Henderson built from measurements taken from the other two pictures of Robert Berry’s plantation home at Fiddleton, Orange County, North Carolina. Robert Berry built this home only 15 years after he settled in the wilderness of North Carolina in 1751 and ten years before the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776. The square footage was about three times that of an average settlers cabin at that time. The Plantation home also had wood floors and glass panes in the windows. Glass panes had to be transported by horseback from Jamestown,Virginia where Glass was being made at that time in our history or imported from England. Most of his neighbors had wooden shutters and no windows.
All that Remains of the Robert and Elizabeth Cate Plantation Home built in 1766
Some Surnames Associated with our Berry Family:
Aldridge, Anderson, Ashley, Bobo, Blalock, Bowling, Box, Brasher, Breeze, , Brown, Camp, Carr, Cate, Crow, Crowley, Davis, Dippold, Dunnigan, Ellison, Farquhar, Fowler, Gray, Gregory, Gutman, Habel, Harris, Holeman, Hollowell, Hollaway, Howell, Hutchinson, Hutchings, Jackson, Kempe, King, Kizzah, Lawrence, Long, Lunsford, Maddry, Moore, Murray, Mangum, Martin, Mathias, Mcclure, Moak, Murdock, Nichols, Oakley, Parker, Parrish, Pickle, Pigg, Reed, Riley, Rimmer, Simpson, Shipman, Starke, Tapp, Taylor, Thorpe, Tilley, Toler, Turley, Waggoner, Wagoner, Whitson, Williamson
Many Families with other Surnames who Married into our Berry Family may be found on this website and in my books that can be viewed by Clicking Here.
There is a FREE PDF eBook that can be download from the Book Page
We have Berry cousins who live in Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, Florida, California, Connecticut, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Ohio, Oklahoma, Indiana, Maine, Mississippi, Montana, Kansas, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Wyoming, and Wisconsin.
Our Berry family started migrating from Orange County, North Carolina, as early as 1782. Today we have Many Berry Families who still live in the counties that were settled by their ancestors who left North Carolina. These locations include Person County NC, Orange County NC, Durham County NC, Fayette County Alabama, Blount County Alabama, Cullman County Alabama, Gallia County Ohio, Wayne County Tennessee, Lincoln County Tennessee, Dallas Texas, areas surrounding Atlanta Georgia, Morganfield, Union County Kentucky, Rusk County Texas, and Burnet County Texas.