James A. Berryman was born in New Market, Highland County, Ohio Oct 25, 1836 and died almost 60 years later (June 16, 1896). He located in Franklin Township on the banks of Potato Creek and had an extensive practice. He was assistant surgeon in the 135th Indiana Infantry. He served as a trustee of Sugar Creek Schools for many years. He and his wife, Nancy A. Brown (married Sept. 30, 1856) had at two children: Perry and Chester. Perry and his mother moved to Tennessee after Dr. Berryman's death. Chester removed to California.
Berryman, James A.
Civil War Rank: Asst. Surg.
Civil War Regiment: 135th
Place of Birth: New Market,Ohio
Date of Birth: 10.25.1836
Place of Death: Darlington, In
Date of Death: 6.16.1896
Obit location: Transactions Indiana State Medical Society 1897 p. 345
Comm. Date: 5.1864
County: Montgomery (Darlington / Potato Creek-1886)
Sources: P1886 / Came to Indiana in 1857, Indiana State Board of Health 1882, 1884, 1890
Publication: Crawfordsville Journal
Date: June 2, 1864
135th Indiana ---100 Days' Men
The following are the field officers of the 135th Indiana. This regiment is composed mainly of men from this Congressional District, which includes the companies of Captains Carr, McClelland, and Harrison, from this (Montgomery) County.
Col. Wm. C. Wilson, Of Lafayette
Lt. Col. John H. Gould, of Carroll CO.
Major--? Gregory, of Boone CO.
Adjutant, J. W. Watson, of Tippecanoe
Surgeon, J. S. McClelland, Montgomery Co.
Assistant Surgeons James L. Cresap and James A Berryman.
Record# 30580 in database 19th Indiana Century Physicians
Source: 19th Century Database of Indiana Physicians
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