Hello everyone, I once lived in a small town named Lewisberry. This clearly means "the _something_ of Lewis". I don't know what berry means, though. For example, Pittsburgh means "the city of Pitt" (last name of a man) and Coudersport means "The port of Couder" (another man's last name, a French explorer who founded that city). I couldn't come up with anything for berry, though. Maybe someone who lives in a berry in England might know. I think I've heard of big cities with such names, such as "Middleberry", whose etymology is surely well documented. An alternate spelling of berry might be "bury", as in the Pennsylvanian city Sunbury. Thank you so much for your help! PS. I looked in an etymological dictionary, but it only had the fruit definition for berry.