BERRY, M. (?–?). M. (possibly Manders or Mandus) Berry was a partner of M. M. Battle and John Williams, Sr.,qqv as one of Stephen F. Austin's Old Three Hundred. The partners received title to a sitio of land on Linnville Bayou in what is now Matagorda County from the Baron de Bastrop on August 10, 1824. A Mandus Berry voted in an alcalde election on December 1824 at San Felipe de Austin, and an 1826 census of Austin's colony lists Mandus Berry as a single man and carpenter aged between sixteen and twenty-five. Berry and Battle were contractors at San Felipe. In 1832 Mandus Berry served under Aylett C. Buckner or John Austinqqv at the battle of Velasco, which Berry survived.
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