Person:Berry Ham (11)

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Berry Lewis Ham
b.16 OCT 1812 TN, USA
m. 26 JUN 1838
  1. Nancy Jane Ham1839 - 1867
  2. Martha A Ham1841 - 1891
  3. Abner Lewis Ham1843 - 1927
  4. Jeanette B Ham1846 - 1926
  5. Elizabeth Ham1848 - 1934
  6. Virginia Ham1850 - 1920
  7. Eva McKie Ham1853 - 1943
  8. James Lorenzo Ham1855 - Abt 1910
  9. Thomas L Ham1857 - Bet 1860 & 1862
  10. Mary Ham1860 - 1860
  11. Annette Belle Ham1862 - 1945
Facts and Events
Name[1][2][3] Berry Lewis Ham
Alt Name[4][5][6] B L Ham
Gender Male
Birth[2][6][7] 16 OCT 1812 TN, USA
Census[14] 01 JUN 1830 Giles County, TN, USA
Residence[15][16] 1836 Milam County, TX, USA
Other[6][61] EITHER 20 SEP 1836 OR 15 OCT 1836 TX, USAMilit-Beg
Other[17][18][19][62] 09 FEB 1836 TX, USAMilit-Beg
Other[17][63] 19 MAY 1836 Fort Parker, Limestone County, TX, USANote
Other[20][64] AUG 1836 San Antonio, Bexar County, TX, USANote
Other[21][20][65] 09 NOV 1836 TX, USAMilit-Beg
Other[6][19] EITHER 30 OCT 1837 OR 13 DEC 1837 TX, USAMilit-End
Other[21][20] 25 OCT 1837 TX, USAMilit-End
Other[20][66] 15 DEC 1837 Houston, Harris County, TX, USANote
Residence[22] 1838 Peoria, Hill County, TX, USA
Marriage 26 JUN 1838 Milam County, TX, USAto Dorcas Matilda Bowen
Property? 30 JUL 1838 Milam County, TX, USAa conditional certificate for 640 acres
Property? 11 JAN 1840 Ten Mile Creek, East Fork of the Trinity River, , Collin County, TX, USAa class 3 conditional land grant for 640 acres
Property? 28 SEP 1841 Ten Mile Creek, East Fork of the Trinity River, , Collin County, TX, USAa class 3 unconditional certificate for 640 acres
Property? 11 DEC 1841 Ten Mile Creek, East Fork of the Trinity River, , Collin County, TX, USAthe field notes on 640 acres
Occupation[17][1] 1846 a farmer
Residence[17] 1846 Navarro County, TX, USA
Property? 20 OCT 1848 Ten Mile Creek, East Fork of the Trinity River, , Collin County, TX, USAa patent on 640 acres
Census[2] 01 JUN 1850 Navarro, Navarro County, TX, USA
Residence[26] 1851 Corsicana, Navarro County, TX, USA
Residence[27] EITHER 1853 OR 1854 Jack County, TX, USA
Residence[13] BEF 1855 Navarro County, TX, USA
Property? 03 JUN 1854 Hill County, TX, USAproperty by George T. Petty
Residence[29] 1855 Jack County, TX, USA
Residence[13] 1855 Keechi Valley, , Jack County, TX, USA
Property? 12 NOV 1855 Hill County, TX, USAdeed to Mary J. Brown
Property? 04 DEC 1855 Hill County, TX, USAgranted property to John Welch
Property? 12 DEC 1855 Hill County, TX, USAgranted bond by John Rains
Residence[12] ABT 1856 Jack County, TX, USA
Property? 12 FEB 1856 Hill County, TX, USAgranted property to B. J. Chambers
Property? 28 MAY 1856 Squaw Creek, West Fork of Trinity River, , Jack County, TX, USAField Notes for survey of 160 acres
Occupation[13][32] 1857 Jack County, TX, USAa county commissioner
Other[33][79] 02 AUG 1858 Jack County, TX, USAMisc
Other 03 DEC 1858 Jack County, TX, USAMisc
with Dorcas Matilda Bowen
Other[13][78] AFT 1858 Jacksboro, Jack County, TX, USAMisc
Property? 06 JUL 1859 Squaw Creek, West Fork of Trinity River, , Jack County, TX, USAProof of Settlement on 160 acres
Divorce Filing 10 AUG 1859 Jack County, TX, USAfrom Dorcas Matilda Bowen
Residence[11][82] BEF 1861 Jacksboro, Jack County, TX, USA
Census[35][81] 01 JUN 1860 Jack County, TX, USA
Census[36] 01 JUN 1860 Jacksboro, Jack County, TX, USA
Residence[37] 1861 Jack County, TX, USA
Property? 05 JAN 1861 Squaw Creek, West Fork of Trinity River, , Jack County, TX, USAProof of Occupancy of 160 acres
Other[39][84] 23 FEB 1861 Jacksboro, Jack County, TX, USAMisc
Property? 24 JUN 1861 Squaw Creek, West Fork of Trinity River, , Jack County, TX, USA160 acres
Other 01 SEP 1861 Wise County, TX, USANote
with Dorcas Matilda Bowen
Divorce Filing 30 JAN 1862 Jack County, TX, USAfrom Dorcas Matilda Bowen
Property? 28 MAY 1862 Wise County, TX, USAUriah Perkins and Wife granted deed to B. L. Ham
Divorce Filing 17 SEP 1862 Jacksboro, Jack County, TX, USAfrom Dorcas Matilda Bowen
Divorce 18 SEP 1862 Jack County, TX, USAfrom Dorcas Matilda Bowen
Divorce 17 SEP 1863 Jacksboro, Jack County, TX, USAfrom Dorcas Matilda Bowen
Property[19] BEF 1865
Other[43][88] APR 1864 Misc
Other[44][89] 15 MAY 1864 Parker County, TX, USAMisc
Other[44][90] 23 MAY 1864 Parker County, TX, USAMisc
Other[43][91] 28 SEP 1865 Parker County, TX, USANote
Other[44][92] 17 NOV 1865 Parker County, TX, USANote
Other[43][93] EST MAR 1866 Parker County, TX, USANote
Property? BEF 1869
Property[55] 07 AUG 1869 Wise County, TX, USAdeed to Wit Adair
Other[6][94] 11 OCT 1870 Waxahachie, Ellis County, TX, USAMisc
Residence[26] FROM 1870 TO 1873 Waxahachie, Ellis County, TX, USA
Property[56] 27 MAY 1871 Wise County, TX, USAB. L. Ham granted deed to Jeanette B. Thompson
Other[26] FROM 22 JUL 1871 TO 26 APR 1873 Waxahachie, Ellis County, TX, USAAssociatn
Property? 10 OCT 1872 Jno. Mott survey, , Ellis County, TX, USA100 acres worth $1,000
Residence[13][26] 1873 Ellis County, TX, USA
Other[45][26] FROM 1873 TO 16 NOV 1880 Ennis, Ellis County, TX, USAAssociatn
Residence[17][46] 1874 Ennis, Ellis County, TX, USA
Property[46] 21 MAY 1874 Spring Creek Cemetery, Intersection Highway 51 and Spring Creek Rd, , Parker County, TX, USAtransfer 640 acres to Saml. R. Moss
Other[47][96] 10 NOV 1874 Ellis County, TX, USANote
Property[48] 27 MAR 1875 Spring Creek Cemetery, Intersection Highway 51 and Spring Creek Rd, , Parker County, TX, USAfield notes on 640 acres
Other[49][98] AFT 28 JUL 1876 TX, USAMisc
Property? 06 JAN 1877 Ennis, Ellis County, TX, USAlot 2 in block 245 worth $1,000
Property? 06 JAN 1877 Jack County, TX, USA492 acres worth $738
Property? 06 JAN 1877 Jno. Mott survey, , Ellis County, TX, USA140 acres worth $1400
Property? 06 JAN 1877 Jno. Mott survey, , Ellis County, TX, USA20 acres worth $200
Property? 06 JAN 1877 Jno. Mott survey, , Ellis County, TX, USA200 acres worth $5,000
Property? 06 JAN 1879 Ennis, Ellis County, TX, USAlots 1 and 2 block 134 worth $800
Property[50] 18 JAN 1879 Spring Creek Cemetery, Intersection Highway 51 and Spring Creek Rd, , Parker County, TX, USAtransfer 640 acres to Samuel R. Moss
Property? 19 FEB 1879 Ennis, Ellis County, TX, USAlot 11 in block 55 worth $400
Property? 19 FEB 1879 Ennis, Ellis County, TX, USAlot 5 in block 61 worth $1,000
Property[46] 06 MAR 1879 Spring Creek Cemetery, Intersection Highway 51 and Spring Creek Rd, , Parker County, TX, USAtransfer from Sam R. Moss to T. J. Oliver
Property[51] 07 MAR 1879 Sanders Creek, , Limestone County, TX, USAUnlocated Balance Certificate for 457 acres
Property[52] 12 MAR 1879 Spring Creek Cemetery, Intersection Highway 51 and Spring Creek Rd, , Parker County, TX, USAgranted 183 acres to T. J. Oliver
Property[53] 26 MAR 1879 Sanders Creek, , Limestone County, TX, USAField Notes for survey of 457 acres
Death[8][9] 13 NOV 1879 Ennis, Ellis County, TX, USA
Occupation[11] a stagecoach station manager
Other[8][59] Ennis, Ellis County, TX, USAProperty
Residence[12] Jack County, TX, USA
Probate[3][105] 02 JUL 1880 Limestone County, TX, USA
Probate[54] 17 AUG 1880 Ellis County, TX, USA
Probate[8][106] 26 JAN 1884 Ellis County, TX, USA
Probate[8][107] 26 JAN 1884 Ennis, Ellis County, TX, USA
Probate[8][57][108] 26 JAN 1884 Jack County, TX, USA
Property? Ennis, Ellis County, TX, USAlot 5 block 11 worth $1650
Property? Jack County, TX, USA380 acres worth $570
Property? Jack County, TX, USA382 acres worth $573
Property? Jack County, TX, USA492 acres worth $738
Property? Wise County, TX, USA400 acres worth $2,000
Probate? 26 JAN 1884 Robert Hunt survey, , Jack County, TX, USA
Probate? 26 JAN 1884 W. B. Hill survey, , Ellis County, TX, USA
Other[13][60] Winn Hill, , , Jack County, Texas, USAMisc
Burial[7][10][58] Myrtle Cemetery, W. Knox and Glasscock, Ennis, Ellis County, TX, USA
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Jack County, Texas, National Archives and Records Adminis. (1860)
    366-98.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Navarro County, Texas, National Archives and Records Admi. (1850)
    98.
  3. 3.0 3.1 General Land Office. Second Class Headright, Record Number: ROB-2-713.
  4. Jeannette Thompson, death certificate 19381 (3 May 1926), Texas Department of Health--Bureau of Vital Statisti. (3 May 1926).
  5. General Land Office. Pre-Emption, Record Number: FAN-3-2309.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 Republic Claims Files Audit Claims, Subject: Berry Lewis Ham (93), File Number: Reel 218 frames 0653-0666.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Myrtle Cemetery, W. Knox and Glasscock, Ennis, Ellis County, Texas, 321927N0963825W, Record Type: Tombstone, R
    B. L. Ham tombstone, section 16, read by Richard Tonsing, 11 March 1999.
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 Probate Records, 1850-1941; Probate Docket Index, 1850-1988, Subject: Berry Lewis Ham , Url:www.scribd.com/doc
    Ham, Berry Lewis.
  9. Johnson , Wayne E. "Wayne E Johnson (2300 Jodi Lane, Gainesville, Texas 76240, wej.at.nortexinfo.net) to Richard Tonsing". Held b
    Sun, Apr 27, 2008 at 16:11, Richard Tonsing's and Margaret Bernard's Family Trees - Person Page 19.
  10. Ellis County Genealogical Society. Ellis County, Texas, Cemetery Records. (privately printed, Waxahachie, Texas, 1986)
    106.
  11. 11.0 11.1 Horton, Thomas F. History of Jack County Being Accounts of Pioneer Times, Excerpts from County Court Records, Indian Stories, Bi. (privately printed, Jacksboro, Texas, 1975, Second Date, 1933)
    114.
  12. 12.0 12.1 Johanna Thompson (1:7320). "Johanna Thompson (1:7320) (Thomp1111.at.aol.com) to Richard Tonsing.", Recipient: Richard Tonsing , Author E-
    Date: Sat, 9 Sep 2000 01:26:09 EDT, Subject: Re: Thompson Family.
  13. 13.0 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 Jack County Genealogical Society. The History of Jack County Texas. (Curtis Media Corporation, Dallas, Texas, 1985)
    765-768.
  14. United States. 1830 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Giles County, Tennessee, National Archives and Records Ad. (1830)
    Berry Ham household, p. 164.
  15. White, Gifford. 1840 Citizens of Texas. (Ingmire Publications, Saint Louis, Missouri, 1983)
    105.
  16. General Land Office. Second Class Headright, Record Number: ROB-2-245
    Conditional Certificate.
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 17.4 History of Texas Together with a Biographical History of Tarrant and Parker Counties: Containing a Concise His. (The Lewis Publishing Co, Fort Worth, Texas, 1895)
    284.
  18. Republic Claims Files Audit Claims, Subject: Berry Lewis Ham (93), File Number: Reel 218 frames 0653-0666
    General Land Office letter.
  19. 19.0 19.1 19.2 Matchless Milam History of Milam County, Texas. (Taylor Publishing Co, Dallas, 1984)
    114.
  20. 20.0 20.1 20.2 20.3 Republic Claims Files Audit Claims, Subject: Berry Lewis Ham , File Number: 5763.
  21. 21.0 21.1 Texas General Land Office. Second Class Headright, Record Number: FAN-2-144
    Conditional Certificate.
  22. McLean, Malcolm D. August 10, 1837, through November, 1838; The Creation of Robertson County. (The UTA Press, Arlington, Texas, 1990)
    402-403.
  23.   Texas General Land Office. Second Class Headright, Record Number: FAN-2-144
    Unconditional Certificate.
  24.   Texas General Land Office. Second Class Headright, Record Number: FAN-2-144
    Field Notes.
  25.   Texas General Land Office. Second Class Headright, Record Number: FAN-2-144
    Patent.
  26. 26.0 26.1 26.2 26.3 26.4 Masonic Names and Dates of Deaths, Record Type: manuscript, File Number: 7084. (16 November 1880)
    Ham, B. L.
  27. Jack County Genealogical Society. The History of Jack County Texas. (Curtis Media Corporation, Dallas, Texas, 1985)
    446.
  28.   Footprints 1957-1997 with Surname Topical Index. (September, 1998)
    Samuels, Nancy Timmons and Wells, Elaine, "Index to Hill County, Texas Deeds 1853 - 1857," vol. 17, pp. 27 - 28 (1974).
  29. Jack County Genealogical Society. The History of Jack County Texas. (Curtis Media Corporation, Dallas, Texas, 1985)
    445-447.
  30.   Footprints 1957-1997 with Surname Topical Index. (September, 1998)
    Samuels, Nancy Timmons and Wells, Elaine, "Index to Hill County, Texas Deeds 1853 - 1857," vol. 16, p. 189 (1973).
  31.   General Land Office. Pre-Emption, Record Number: FAN-3-2309
    Field Notes.
  32. Horton, Thomas F. History of Jack County Being Accounts of Pioneer Times, Excerpts from County Court Records, Indian Stories, Bi. (privately printed, Jacksboro, Texas, 1975, Second Date, 1933)
    6.
  33. Horton, Thomas F. History of Jack County Being Accounts of Pioneer Times, Excerpts from County Court Records, Indian Stories, Bi. (privately printed, Jacksboro, Texas, 1975, Second Date, 1933)
    9.
  34.   General Land Office. Pre-Emption, Record Number: FAN-3-2309
    Proof of Settlement.
  35. 1860 U.S. Census, Jack County, Texas, slave schedule, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington. (1860)
    B. L. Ham household, p. 1.
  36. United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Jack County, Texas, National Archives and Records Adminis. (1860)
    Berry L. Ham household, p. 366/98 dwelling 680 family 688.
  37. Horton, Thomas F. History of Jack County Being Accounts of Pioneer Times, Excerpts from County Court Records, Indian Stories, Bi. (privately printed, Jacksboro, Texas, 1975, Second Date, 1933)
    15-16.
  38.   General Land Office. Pre-Emption, Record Number: FAN-3-2309
    Proof of Occupancy.
  39. Horton, Thomas F. History of Jack County Being Accounts of Pioneer Times, Excerpts from County Court Records, Indian Stories, Bi. (privately printed, Jacksboro, Texas, 1975, Second Date, 1933)
    15.
  40.   Footprints 1957-1997 with Surname Topical Index. (September, 1998)
    unknown author, "Index to Deeds - Wise County Texas," vol. 28, pp. 81, 82 and 205 (1985), deed book F p. 376.
  41.   Smythe, H. Historical Sketch of Parker County and Weatherford, Texas. (W. M. Morrison, Waco, Texas, 1973, Second Date, 1877)
    177.
  42.   Grace, John S.; Jones, R. B. A New History of Parker County. (Parker County Historical Commission, Weatherford, Texas, 1987, Second Date, 1906)
    140.
  43. 43.0 43.1 43.2 Smythe, H. Historical Sketch of Parker County and Weatherford, Texas. (W. M. Morrison, Waco, Texas, 1973, Second Date, 1877)
    185.
  44. 44.0 44.1 44.2 Smythe, H. Historical Sketch of Parker County and Weatherford, Texas. (W. M. Morrison, Waco, Texas, 1973, Second Date, 1877)
    186.
  45. Texas Masonic Deaths with Selected Biographical Sketches
    106.
  46. 46.0 46.1 46.2 General Land Office. Second Class Headright, Record Number: TRA-2-202
    Transfer.
  47. Republic Claims Files Audit Claims, Subject: Berry Lewis Ham (93), File Number: Reel 218 frames 0653-0666
    Pension Claim approval dated 10 Nov 1874.
  48. General Land Office. Second Class Headright, Record Number: TRA-2-202
    Field Notes.
  49. Footprints 1957-1997 with Surname Topical Index. (September, 1998)
    unknown author, "Texas Revolution Pension Applications," vol. 28, p. 9 (1985).
  50. General Land Office. Second Class Headright, Record Number: TRA-2-202
    Transfer on 21 May 1874.
  51. General Land Office. Second Class Headright, Record Number: ROB-2-713
    Unlocated Balance Certificate.
  52. General Land Office. Second Class Headright, Record Number: TRA-2-202.
  53. General Land Office. Second Class Headright, Record Number: ROB-2-713
    Field Notes.
  54. Probate Records, 1850-1941; Probate Docket Index, 1850-1988, Subject: Berry Lewis Ham , Url:www.scribd.com/doc
    Application for Letters of Administration.
  55. Footprints 1957-1997 with Surname Topical Index. (September, 1998)
    unknown author, "Index to Deeds - Wise County Texas," vol. 28, pp. 81, 82 and 205 (1985), deed book H p. 202.
  56. Footprints 1957-1997 with Surname Topical Index. (September, 1998)
    unknown author, "Index to Deeds - Wise County Texas," vol. 28, pp. 81, 82 and 205 (1985), deed book L p. 20.
  57. Probate Records, 1850-1941; Probate Docket Index, 1850-1988, Subject: Berry Lewis Ham , Url:www.scribd.com/doc.
  58. block 16
  59. lot 5 block 11 worth $1650
  60. wounded during the battle of
  61. in Captain Hendershot's Company and Colonel Wells' Regiment Army of Texas
  62. under Col. Ford
  63. At the time Cynthia Ann Parker was taken captive, Mr. Ham was near Parker's fort and was one of the men who went on the raid after her and her captors.
  64. lost his horse
  65. as a private in Captain Deaf Smiths' Company A 1st Regiment calvary
  66. was paid an audit claim for back pay and a lost horse
  67.   a conditional certificate for 640 acres
  68.   a class 3 conditional land grant for 640 acres
  69.   a class 3 unconditional certificate for 640 acres
  70.   the field notes on 640 acres
  71.   a patent on 640 acres
  72.   property by George T. Petty
  73.   deed to Mary J. Brown
  74.   granted property to John Welch
  75.   granted bond by John Rains
  76.   granted property to B. J. Chambers
  77.   Field Notes for survey of 160 acres
  78. piled rocks in the road to force Butterfield Stage to come through town
  79. lost reelection as county commissioner
  80.   Proof of Settlement on 160 acres
  81. ||4 slaves (40 year old black female, 4 year old black female, 25 year old black female, and 25 year old black male) and 1 slave house
  82. six miles west from
  83.   Proof of Occupancy of 160 acres
  84. voted for secession
  85.   160 acres
  86.   Uriah Perkins and Wife granted deed to B. L. Ham
  87.   vigelance or supervisory committee member
  88. arrested James M. Luckey and took him to Houston for trial
  89. arrested D. O. Norton
  90. arrested D. O. Norton and took him to Houston for trial
  91. Mrs. Mahaly J. Luckey filed a petition on 28 Sep 1865 in Parker County against B. L. Ham et al for wrongfully and unlawfully causing the death of her husband and the loss and destruction of her property
  92. D. O. Norton filed a petition against B. L. Ham et al for having conspired, combined and confederated together to injure vex and harrass him
  93. Mrs. Mahaly J. Luckey's petition against B. L. Ham et al for wrongfully and unlawfully causing the death of her husband and the loss and destruction of her property was dismissed in 1866
  94. applied for veterans pension for service in the Texas Revolution
  95.   transfer 640 acres to Saml. R. Moss
  96. pension claim was approved
  97.   field notes on 640 acres
  98. applied for Texas Revolution Pension
  99.   140 acres worth $1400
  100.   transfer 640 acres to Samuel R. Moss
  101.   transfer from Sam R. Moss to T. J. Oliver
  102.   Unlocated Balance Certificate for 457 acres
  103.   granted 183 acres to T. J. Oliver
  104.   Field Notes for survey of 457 acres
  105. granted 457 acres
  106. an undivided one-fourth interest in lots 11 and 12 in block 58 for the sum of $75
  107. 2 1/2 acres for the sum of $300
  108. 55 acres for the sum of $50