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posted June 13, 2000

Rhonda Morton

I am searching for the family of
She would like to know where the rest of her family might be.
Her father was Thomas Gill Morton born in 1889.
His father was Benjamin Morton married to Mary Jane Hartfield.
Thomas had 3 brothers and a sister... Andrew, George, Sidney and Eva.
Thomas and Myrtle (Cole) were married in Arkansas around Washington, Ark.,
on February 4th, 1917. They had 2 daughters and a son... Opal, Ruby and Lloyd.

If you have any information please email me at:

Rhonda Morton

Nelda Cherry Morton

Searching for information on William MORTON
born 1816 in New Jersey, died 1877 in Iowa.
He married Anna Maria WARE.
They had Ruth Ann, Amy, Rebecca, James Ware and Will.
Will was the only child born in Iowa rest were born in New Jersey. Ruth, born 1843,
married James WILKINS and Nathaniel DEWELL, she died in Iowa in 1866.
Amy, born 1848,died in Nebraska in 1890, married Joseph JACKSON and Leander W. MCFADDEN.
Rebecca was born in 1845 and married Matthew CLINE.
James Ware was born in 1853, died in 1920 in MO, married Martha YOUNG in Iowa.
Will was born 1868 in Iowa, married Dora & Mary SPENCER (sisters) and died in 1956 in California.
Especially interested in learning parents and siblings of William MORTON.
Thanks for any help, Nelda

email Nelda at:

A. Beam

I have cousin's that lives in Fort Smith Ark.
Their last name is morton we are a branch off of the Sisco's but they are Blackfoot not Cherokee.
If you have any information please send it to me.

A. Beam

George C. Claypool 

Looking for information on family (ancestors and descendants) of John
and Savilla Morton who were in the Pittsburgh, Pa. area in the 1880 to
1900 time frame.
One of the sons Glenn Hamilton Morton is my grand-father.
John and Savilla were mothers grandparents
children of John and Savilla - Karl Morton - Fred Morton - Glenn Ham-
ilton Morton - and Frank L. Morton - all born about late 1890 Pittsburgh
Pa area father of John was Elias Morton - siblings of John were
possibly - Anna Morton - May Morton - Erma Morton - Webb Morton -
Kate Morton - Josephine (Joe) Morton - and John born Nov 14, 1863
possibly Lawrence Co., Pa. (could be Lawrence Co., Kansas) as family
seemed to have some roots there. Father of Elias was a Robert A. Morton
and thats all I know - Elias born Dec 3, 1826. Some correspondence that
my grandfather had from his Aunt Joe said there was a Morton Bible that
he should have gotten from his Aunt Kate , but it never surfaced.
Also Joe mentioned Kansas and Washington State in her letters.
George - any help would be appreciated!!!

George C. Claypool or

Paula Pogue

I am new at this but trying to search my family history.
My grgrgrandfather was William Morton born about 1826 I think in Alabama.
Maried Cynthia Ann Bynum in Gadston, Etowah Co Al.
Children Jane, James and Tapley Washinton Morton born dec. 1852 in Tennessee,
(my grgrandfather) maried Nancy Jane Gilbert in Al. then Mary Gibson abt 1902.
Tapley died in Lueders-Avoca, Jones Co TX.
He and Nancy had 9 children Billy (William), James Caleb, Lucy,
George, Jessie, Odie, Cyrus, Cynthia Melinda Ann, Rachel William
(my grandfather) maried Zora taylor 1 child both mother and child died,
maried Elixa Fuller had Vernie, Nelson, Raymond Ernest, and
Bonnie Raymond is my father and he has 4 children.
Pat by first wife, maried Edora had Alan, William, and Paula.
If you can help me find out anything more
about the Morton's I would greatly appreciate it.

Paula Pogue

March 11, 2000


I'm a descendant of Marshall Morton, Sr. b. ca 1755-60 in N.C. or S.C.
Do you have any info. on his wife?  Some say her name is "Winney".  My
aunt has searched this line since approx. 1960 and we have the 1790
census of him and all the children, but no wife.  Can you help? 
Also, do you know if this is the line of Morton's who
connect w/the Cherokee line of Moton?
Thanks for any help,

February 21, 2000

Joyce Morton

We are looking for any family members or
anyone that knows of Harry Faine Morton.
He lived in Florida, they owned some orange orchards there.
He left there and went to another state and then to
Madisonville, Texas and ended up in Splendoro, Texas.
Thank You.

Joyce Morton

February 14, 2000

Artie Morgan

Looking for Mary Ann Morton from TN. b.7 July 1841.
Married 1st to Henry H. Thrai(l)kill 25 May 1864. 2nd to James A. Brown 11 Dec. 1866.
I found her with her husband James A. Brown on 1870 and 80 census in Rutherford Co.
I know they had 5 children: James Walter, Elizabeth, Lula Malinda, Lee Anna and Izony.
On the 1870 census a few houses down the way was a family group of Samuel and Rachel Morton.
  Possibly a brother???

They moved at some point to Morgan Co. AL.
Her gravetone gives dob 7 July 1841.
Her death cert. states her father was Jake Morton.
Any info would be helpful.
I would be glad to supply my line if there is a connection.
ATG (Addicted to geneology) Artie Morgan

Artie Morgan

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