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Zephaniah Deacon Berry

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Zephaniah Deacon Berry (1816-1880) of Z. D. Berry

1816 December 13th. Born at Westminster the son of Augustine Berry (1786-1867), a schoolmaster, and his wife Maria Deacon (1791-1853)

1843 Married Jane Barnes

1851 Living at 3 Victoria Road, Westminster: Zephaniah D. Berry (age 34 born Westminster), Ironmonger. With his wife Jane Berry (age 35 born Yorkshire) and their children (?)female (age 9 born Mddx.); Zephaniah Berry (age 5 born Mddx.); Ellen J. Berry (age 3 born Mddx.); George Berry (age 1 born Mddx.). One servant.[1]

1855 17th December. 'At 3 Victoria Road, Pimlico, on Monday last, the wife of Mr. Z. D. BERRY, gas engineer of the Albion Works, Pimlico, formally of this county [Cornwall], of a son.'[2]

1871 Living at 10 Buckingham Palace Road, Westminster: Zephaniah D. Berry (age 54 born Westminster), Ironmonger. With his wife Jan Berry (age 55 born Yorkshire) and their three children; George Lloyd Berry (age 21 born Pimlico), Assistant Ironmonger; Julia Mary Berry (age 19 born Pimlico); and Susannah Kate Berry (age 16 born Pimlico). Two servants.[3]

1880 November 19th. Died. Buried at Kensal Green Cemetery.[4]

1881 Probate. Zephaniah Deacon Berry late of 16 Regency Street and of 10 Buckingham Palace Road. Proved by Zephaniah Augustine Berry and George Lloyd Berry both of 16 Regency Street, Gas Engineers and the sons.

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 Census
  2. [1] 'Ancestry' website
  3. 1871 Census
  4. [2] 'Billion Graves' website, Z. D. Berry grave