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Camera Maker Canon Camera Model Canon EOS-1D X
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Flash No Flash Focal Length 42 mm
ISO 100 Metering Mode Pattern
Date/Time 2013:01:02 13:31:57 Copyright © 2013 Jason O. Watson. All rights reserved.
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Keywords Berry Family historic marker Utah pioneer UT sign West signage American attraction destination display education highway information landmark marker tourist United States of America history Amelia Shanks Berry America attractive Berryville Brigham Young educating Glendale Hale Berry historic markers historical marker Historical Site Historical Sites info Jesse Woods Joesph S. Berry John William Kane County Place of Interest Places of Interest popular road road side Roadside Roadsign Robert M. Berry tour tourism tourist attraction Tourist Destination Tourist Destinations travel Travel Destination Travel Destinations United States historic appealing Jason O. Watson / motorway no people pioneers sightseeing signs historical attract nobody sightsee daytime destinations displays landmarks markers tourists appeal color image educate outdoor USA vertical day historical markers road sides tourist attractions tours colour image outside US day time motorways U.S.A. day-time U.S. color images daylight outdoors verticals colour images natural light outsides historic site sign with text Caption THE BERRY FAMILY Four early Church pioneers, sons of Jesse Woods and Amelia Shanks Berry, were the founders of Berryville, now Glendale, Utah. Joseph S. and Robert M. and his wife Isabelle Hale Berry, were killed by Indians April 2, 1856. They are burried (sic) in Grafton, near Rockville. A mob shot and killed William Shanks Berry while on a mission in Tennessee in 1884. John William, while carrying mail for Brigham Young, was shot by an Indian and carried the bullet until his death. A large and faithful posterity live to honor them.