My 4x, great-grandfather, James BERRY (c1752-1822), was grievously wounded in an encounter with Wyandott warriors on the waters of what is today called Hinkston's Creek. The site has been memorialized by both a DAR plaque & state highway marker on US 60.Berry was part of a militia response to an attack on Estill's Station, and was led by Capt. James ESTILL (1750-1782). Following the battle, Estill's slave 'Uncle' MONK (slave name Estill), who had been captured in the attack on the station,…See More
"I am running Henry WRIGHT (1657-1741) and find the name PERKINS in the following:
from "Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759" by Robert W. Barnes, page 500;
Perkins, Richard was in Balto. Co. by 1683 when he surv. 100 a. Parkinton at the…"