Posted February 17, 2001.
We have a new Morton member.
Her name is Hunter Kennedy Wagner, she was born
Her mother is Tabitha Amanda Jo Morton.
Grandfather is Burnis Franklin Morton, Jr.,
great grandfather is Burnis Franklin Morton, Sr.
Great great grandfather was David Morton who was
married to Ida Pankey.
Great great great grandfather was Christopher
Morton married to Analiza.
This line of Mortons is from North Carolina.
Their ancestors fought in the civil war and
there is a monument at Fort Fisher, North
Carolina of him.
I am waiting to get the rest of the family
so that I can complete this line.
If you have any information on the Mortons in
around Laurinburg, Rockingham or Wilmington.
I would like to here from you.
Posted February 6, 2001.
Marie Bailey (Morton)
Searching for William Morton possibly born in
Cayman Brac British West Indies.
Married to Almina Elizabeth Martin, three
children Fred Peter,
Sonny (possably not real name )
and a daughter that is still alive in Cayman
I don't know her name.
Fred Peter was my Grandfather he died in 1960.
Fred Peter Morton married Verona Morton in 1940
in Cecil County, Maryland.
His father owned land on Caymen Brac,
possibly it is still owned by the Morton Family.
This is also information I am looking for.
Please email me if you have any information.
December 31. 2000
I am searching for
my English roots on the Morton family.
My Great Grandfather, Joseph Morton was born in
England, 1 Jan 1843,
married Frances Mary Gruver in 1871. Their son,
Harry married Kathryn Parry in 1904.
I am seeking information about Joseph.
Joseph Thomas Morton
October 31, 2000
I'm wondering if you could send me information on
She was my ggggrandmother and was married to a
James Gilbert and
Levi Lewis, but may have married 3 times.
Since it's the same area and same name, I thought
I'd check it out.
She was at least part Cherokee if not mostly
Cherokee because her first daughter,
Isabella, was born on a Cherokee Reservation.
October 27, 2000
My grandmother's maiden name is Edna Maude
she married my grandfather James Melvin
Grandma said the Morton's originated from Maine
and from England.
They were married in 1939.
October 11, 2000
I recently acquired several photos from an
antique shop outside of Chicago.
They feature promotional photos of the Morton
a pre World War I vaudville act in Chicago,
The father's name is James Morton and his two
daughters in the photographs
are Opal and Baby Nondas. Baby Nondas never
married and recently passed away.
I would love any additional information that you
regarding this family and their time spent in
September 24, 2000
My husband is a Morton.
His family is from North Carolina and
I know that one of his ancestors died at Fort
Fisher, North Carolina during the civil war.
I am looking for more information on the Mortons
that were settled in North Carolina.
husband- Burnis Franklin Morton, jr married to
children Tabitha, Brandon, and Joshua
1 grandchild on the way
his father- Burnis Franklin Morton, sr married to
and then to Hilda Lammonds
children (Doris) Burnis Franklin Morton, jr.
(Hilda) David Lee Morton (wife Carmen) adopted
son Billy Franklin Morton
his grandfather- David Morton married to Ida
children - Burnis, Ernest, Esther, Rether, Steve
his great grandfather- Christopher Morton married
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