Biography of Joseph T. Berryhill
Ukiah Township, Mendocino County, CA Biographies





Joseph T. Berryhill. Born in Greene country, Ohio, June 16, 1823, where he resided until 1840, when he, with parents, moved to Indiana. In 1842 Joseph left his parents and went to Iowa, where he followed carpentering until 1867, when he went to Missouri, where he followed his trade; also carried on farming until 1875, when he came to California and located in Mendocino City, this county. Here he followed carpentering two years, after which he spent two years at Caspar engaged in farming. In August, 1879, he settled on his present place, consisting of one hundred and seventeen acres, located about two and a half miles below Ukiah, where he has since resided, being engaged in farming. Mr. Berryhill married, October 24, 1844, Miss Jane Butler, who died on the 4th day of July, 1867, leaving ten children: Mary, James, Celia, Thomas, Georgie, Sarah, Laura, Frank, Sylvester, and Alice. They lost one, Josephine. He married again, August 7, 1868, Mrs. Cynthia Faulkenberry, a native of Kentucky.

From:
History of Mendocino County, California
Alley, Bowen & Co., Publishers
San Francisco, California 1880


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