In Priscilla Montgomery's book, it reads: "...In the 1870 Census, he was living in the Jefferson Subdivision. In 1880, the census listed him in Randolph's District and Ann, Ella, Victoria, and James were still at home. The 1910 census shows Berry living with his son, James D. Cruce, in Gwinnett Co., GA. ...the old site of the Cruce house...was a 9-room house that had belonged to Dr. R. N. Mitchell. A small burying ground with a fence around it was in the back and all the stones appeared to be Mitchell family stones...
Berry's Military Service: Civil War: Bennett's Company, Co. E. 34th Georgia Volunteer Infantry (G.J.N. Wilson, "The Early History of Jackson County, Georgia, pub. by W. E. White.) Occupation: Farm laborer. Married in Georgia about 1845, Jensie Parmelin Nix, 8/12/1828-6/26/1900. Jensie is buries at the Walnut Fork Baptist Church Cemetery in Jackson County." Listed beneath this info are:
William Thomas "Tom" Cruce
Mary Elizabeth Cruce
John M. Cruce
Mitchell Berry Cruce
Amanda Ella Cruce
James D. Cruce
Mary Anne Cruce
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