William Berry (Sergeant)
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He married Joanna Doane in 1774. They had 11 children, five sons (Levi, William, George, Obadiah and Zerri) and six daughters (Mary, Dorcas, Joanna, Elizabeth, Sally and Remember).
American Revolutionary War record
Corporal in Captain Benjamine Hooper's Company marched 1/25/1776 rolls made up to 5/30/1776 at Falmouth.
Private. Capt. William Crocher's Company. Col. Mitchell's Regiment. roll muster made up from 8/31/1776, discharged 11/23/1776,
Return of Capt. Samuel Knights Company in Falmouth pay due 11/1776- William Berry enlisted 7/8/1776.
Private . Capt. John Brachett marched in response to alarm of 4/19/1775 to headquarters. Service 5 days.
- Maine Historical & Gen. Records. Re. vol. 3, p. 210.
- War service: Mass. soldiers & sailors of the Revolutionary War, vol 1, p. 998.
- Buckfield Oxford County, Maine: From the Earliest Explorations to the close of the year 1900, Alfred Cole, Buckfield, 1915