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BERRY/STEPHENS FAMILY CEMETERY

T32N, R6E, Section 19, Co. Rd. 428 On James E. Berry Farm

*Asterisk notes an unmarked grave. Approx. 25-30 Unmarked Graves

Submitted by Michael Miller

NAME BIRTH DATE DEATH DATE DESCRIPTION
* Berry, Infants No dates available C/O Jacob E. & Sarah A. (Stephens)
Berry, Ana 18 June 1895 October 1897 D/O Napoleon B. & Mary (Reed)
Berry, Mary Elizabeth  (Betty) 22 Feb 1862 28-Jul-24 nee Reed  MD. Napoleon B. Berry 31 May 1885
Berry, N. H. 11 Aug 1891 26 October 1891   D/O Napoleon & Mary (Reed)
* Berry, Napoleon Bonaparte 13 May 1860 21 Jan.1936 S/O John & Mary (Piner)  MD: 1) Mary Elizabeth Reed  2) Frances Arnett
* Francis, Amso 11 April 1917 5 July 1918 S/O John & Sarah (Hamblen)
Francis, Henry Clarence 8 Feb 1898 28 Oct. 1899 S/O John & Sarah (Hamblen)
* Francis, Ozro 1910 1910 S/O Martin Francis & Bertha Maggie (Hamblin)
Francis, Susie 21 Feb 1905 15 Nov 1907 D/O Martin & Bertha (Hamblen)
* Hamblen, Benj Franklin 19 Jul 1853 11 Nov 1911 S/O Geo W & Catherine(Rogers)  MD: 1)Delia Berry 2) Melinda Berry  3)Edythe Matthews  17 Oct 1907                            
* Hamblen, Delia Ann 7 Oct 1843 1884-1900 ca D/O John Berry & Mary Piner   Md: Benjamin F. Hamblen ca. 1875
* Lee, Unknown No Dates Drowned- First person to be buried on farm
* Shoemaker, Hattie 28 Oct. 1881 26 Dec. 1923  D/O Benj F. Hamblen & Delia Ann Berry  MD: Perry Shoemaker  13 March 1904
* Stephens, Lucinda 1814 GA aft 1880 D/O Joshua J Old & Hannah Allbright MD: Mary Martha Lucinda Jane Old wed Nathan Stephens 3 Jan 1833
* Stephen, Nathan 1812 KY ca. 1870-1876 S/O Warren Wilcox Stephens & Catherine Shannon  H/O Martha Lucinda Old
*  NOTE:   This cemetery is WAY far back in a field in Captains Creek, I would suggest
getting permission from the owner before going on his property.  Some of the existing
stones are large so once you get towards the back of the field you can see it.
Approximately 25 or more unmarked graves are in this cemetery, I know I counted
25, when enumerating the cemetery, but we noticed what could have been more graves
a little over from the cemetery.

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