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Samuel Berrier's Civil War Rifle
(Photo provided by:  David Berrier)

Peter John Berrier - 5th from Left with other Civil War Veterans
Standing in front of the McCullough Mills Church, Pennsylvania
(Photo provided by:  Diane Thomas)




                                                 Rouse & Alexander M. Berrier
                                             (Photo provided by:  Donna Skaggs)

John Leroy Berrier Family Portrait - 1945
L-R: Standing:  Betty, Janet, Judy, John, Marjorie & Helen
L-R Seated:  Florence (Woods), Lois, Carolyn & John Leroy Berrier

Marriage License of
Peter & Margaret (Woodward)
Berrier  Sept. 28, 1871

Grace V. Berrier
4/20/1886 - 4/26/1960
Contributed by:  Carole Trostle

THE ZION CHURCH- Blain, Toboyne Twp., Perry Co. PA
This sketch is shown in "The Story of Zion" and is a rendering of the original church consecrated in 1817 and provided sanctuary of both the Evangelical Lutheran & German Reformed congregations. The Church was later named, Zion United Church of Christ in Blain, Toboyne Twp., Perry County, PA. This is where many of our Berrier ancestors worshipped as noted in the list of members and communicates below:

Above you will find the names of Samuel Berrier, Susanna (Foust) Berrier and Andrew Berrier. You should note that Susanna's mother, Mary Foust under Susanna's name. It should be noted that Samuel and Susanna are buried in the Churchyard here.
Some of the Pennsylvania Berrier Clan

Grandchildren of Dick and Edie Berrier; Richard Conklin, Rick Herman, Greg Berrier,  Amanda Berrier, James Berrrier, Chris Herman, Jason Berrier,  Sean Berrier, Rebecca Conklin, Zach Herman, Jesse Berrie, Ian Berrier, Logan Berrier, Children of Lynn and Randy Conklin; Children of Richard and Kerry Berrier, Children of Richard and Sandy Herman, Children of Michael and Mitzi Berrier, Children of Mathew and Becky Berrier, Children of Andrew and Susan Berrier