Ira Berry Census Page


  1. Generation Robert and Mary Williamson Berry, Princess Anne County. Virginia.
  2. Generation Robert and Elizabeth Cate Berry, Orange County, North Carolina.
  3. Generation Joshua and Nancy Ellison Berry, Orange County, North Carolina.
  4. Generation Lewis and Sally Toler Berry, Orange County, North Carolina.

1850 Orange County, North Carolina, Census listing Lewis and Sally Toler Berry who were Ira Berry’s Parents.

Lewis Berry 1850 NC

1850 Orange County, North Carolina Census.

Ira Berry 1850 Orange County NC

1860 Morganfield, Union County, Kentucky Census

Ira Berry Kentucky 1860

Sarah Berry listed above was Ira Berry and Nancy E. Waggoner’s, Mother, Sally Toler Berry. Their Father, Lewis Berry,  had died 2 years earlier in Orange County, North Carolina.

Ira Berry’s Widow Nancy Wynn Berry’ s 1870 Census

Iras Widow 1870 Pg 1

Ira and Nancy Wynn Berry’s Children 1870 Census Page 2


Iras Nancy 1870 Pg2Nancy Wynn Berry listed as head of Household in 1870 and she listed her  youngest as 5 Years old. This would probably mean that Ira Berry was alive in 1864 but was not alive in 1870. This coincides with the Civil War years and Ira was probably killed in that War.

James Waggoner married Nancy E. Berry in Orange County, North Carolina on June 11th 1849. They left North Carolina with Nancy’s brother, Ira Berry in 1854 and went to Morganfield, Union County, Kentucky in 1854. See the 1860 census above in this page. In the 1870 census below James  Waggoner did not list his wife Nancy E Berry Waggoner. He did list a baby Sally E. Waggoner who was one month old. The census was taken on June 25 1870 which means that nancy E Berry Waggoner probably died soon after childbirth sometime between May 25 and June 25 1870.

Sally E. Waggoner was named for her grandmother Sally Toler Berry who lived with her daughter and son-in-law, James and Nancy, after her husband, Lewis Berry, died in 1858 back in Orange County, North Carolina.

James Waggoner Morganfield KY 1870


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