Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Rev. Berry” in chapter 1.16, section c.1.16.86, page 152 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
...862; by Vines E. Turner, June, 1863. The first commissary was James F. Johnston, of Lincoln. The first chaplain, Theophilus W. Moore, a Methodist, of Person, who later in the war was succeeded by Rev. Berry , a Baptist, of Lincoln. The names of Robert J. Hicks, of Granville, surgeon; Dr. Caldwell, of Mecklenburg, assistant...
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