- Annie Berry, a Mississippi native has been left awed after meeting some family members
- The 105-year-old woman met all five generations of her family at a gathering
- She also met her great-great-granddaughter, Olivia, for the first time
- Annie Berry was born in Meridian, Mississippi, in 1914
Spending time with family is certainly of paramount importance and a great-great-grandmother, Annie Berry, who celebrated her birthday in 2019 was left awed when all five generations of her family visited her in Maryland.
Annie Berry welcomed the latest addition to her family, Olivia, her great-great-granddaughter at a family meeting.
The 105-year-old woman was born in Meridian, Mississippi, in 1914, during a time in history when racism and segregation were still dominant in the US.
Berry, recounts picking cotton and shucking corn during her early days and lived long to witness major life events including World War II.
And of course, Olivia’s life in a 21st-century world would be totally different from her great-great-grandmother’s.
Berry attributes her long life to the ‘obedience to the Lord’ while she sets out a clear line of instructions for baby Olivia.
''I’d like her to be kind and loving and do what her mother tells her to do.'' Berry says.
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Emmanuel Addipa-Adapoe, a doctor who shared photos along with a caption on Facebook, disclosed that the mother of the newborn baby ''absconded'' from the Kwahu Atibie Government Hospital (KGH) in the Eastern Region because she couldn't afford to pay her medical bills.
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