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"That's a picture of William and Caroline's daughter and her name was Della Berry, she also died in the 1910s from the influenza epidemic."

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"That's from the Ash Grove, Portland Cement Company, here in Ash Grove."

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"That's a picture of Wallace Berry and an unknown person plowing in the field"

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"That's a picture of school children from the Lincoln Elementary School, the Negro school, in Ash Grove, Missouri. My father [Junior Berry] is the boy on the front row with the black stockings on, and my grandmother used to always be so embarrassed…

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"That's Caroline Boone-Berry, the daughter of Nathan Boone and the grand-daughter of Daniel Boone and my great-grandmother...That was taken, I would say, that that was taken...that's her wedding photograph and she was...born in 1849 and she was 17…

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"She's my great aunt, her name is Sarah Berry, and she's buried in our cemetery. She died in the teens, I think it was 1917, or something like that, from the influenza epidemic."

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"That's a picture of my grandma [Mamie Berry] standing outside of the house, sometime in the 40s"

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"That's Drucella Berry, that's my aunt. She was born around 1908 in Ash Grove..that's my dad's oldest sister. My grandma Berry was married in 1907 and a year later they had Drucella."

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"That's William Berry, my great grandfather, who built the house that I live in, in 1873. He was born in 1849 and died 1917."

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"That's a lady who lived in this town, that's one of my relatives, and I think that her [surname] is Carlock. They called her... I'm not sure. I've heard her referred to as Faye Carlock...she was one of the Carlock ladies. Basically what I've heard…
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