William Henry Westberry

WILLIAM HENRY WESTBERRY

(JARED W.3, RICHARD FURMAN2, MOSES1) was born February 25, 1873 in Wayne Co, Georgia, and died November 10, 1926 in Wayne Co, Georgia. He married LUCY THOMPSON February 04, 1894 in Wayne Co, Georgia. She was born June 1880 in Georgia, and died 1960 in Georgia.

*Update:from Jacksonville Journal (one misnamed John Henry Westberry):

William Henry Westberry, 53 died at his home 1518 Lackawanna avenue after a short illness. He was a native of Jesup, Wayne Co GA, comeing to Jacksonville about 14 months ago from Waycross GA. Besides his widow, Nancy Lucretia Thompson Westberry, he is survived by four daughters, two sons, two sisters and seven brothers, all unnamed in the obits. The body will be forwarded to Jesup Friday morning where the funeral will take place Friday afternoon.
(additional note: it appears that his father is Jared W Westberry who died in Jesup 26 Sept 1926)

*from a message board post on ancestry.com.

Notes for WILLIAM HENRY WESTBERRY:
1900 Census, Wayne Co, Georgia.
William H. Westberry, Feb. 1873; Lucy, Jun. 1880; James R., Dec. 1896; Bertha M., Feb. 1898.
1920 Census, Ware Co, Georgia.
William H. Westberry, 46; Lucy, 39; Madolia, 14; Henry M., 11; Vesta V., 3-1/2.

Children of WILLIAM WESTBERRY and LUCY THOMPSON are:

i. ELLEN SUSAN WESTBERRY, d. May 04, 1966; m. UNK STEPHENS.

ii. JAMES ROLAND WESTBERRY, b. February 01, 1897, Wayne Co, Georgia; d. August 15, 1943, Florida; m. MOLLIE ESTHER PETTY; b. August 28, 1904; d. 1971, Florida.

iii. BERTHA MAE WESTBERRY, b. February 1898; d. June 25, 1971; m. UNK COOKSEY.

iv. EASTER MADOLIA WESTBERRY, b. October 02, 1905, Georgia; d. 1989; m. (1) ALEX HODGES WALKER; m. (2) UNK LINDSEY.

v. HENRY MARVIN WESTBERRY, b. August 20, 1909; d. January 13, 1968, Florida; m. <UNNAMED>.

vi. VESTA MALINDA WESTBERRY, b. August 25, 1916; d. November 26, 1986, Florida; m. RUFUS PATE; b. July 06, 1909; d. August 1973, Georgia.

 

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