According to old Kentucky History, he and Rebecca had 10 children.
Residences & events:
1812 He served nder Gen Harrison in the Canadian campaign against the indians in the NW territory.
1820 Morgantown, Butler Co, KY. He was the only Berry in the county that year according to the census. His household consisted of 1 male under 10, 1 at 16-18, 1 was 16-26, 1 at 26-44, and 1 over 45, 1 female under 10 and 1 at 16-26.
1840 Butler Co, KY. At census time Francis was 40-50 years old and his family included 1 male under 5, 1 at 5-10, 1 aged 10-15, 1 was 15-20, 1 at 20-30, 1 female aged 5-10, 1 at 10-15, 1 at 15-20, 1 was 20-30, and 1 (probably his wife) was also 40-50. Down the road lived a James Hawes and Womack relatives, Abraham and Chapman, lived farther down the road.
Some researchers have 9/7/1790 as his birth date. LDS records say he was born in VA and moved as a small boy to KY but since the rest of the siblings were born in KY, that is unlikely.
His will, according to descendants, mentioned wife nancy B Berry and grandson, Baxter C. Berry.