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Morrow Family Genealogy

This group is for anyone looking for help researching or anyone wanting to share their Morrow Family History. We are also researching the other spellings: McMorrow. Irish: shortened Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Murchadha.

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William & Letitia Morrow

Started by Cheryl Lowe Aug 2.

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Comment by Sandy Rowe on October 4, 2015 at 11:53pm

3x great grandfather Joseph Morrow,  my 2x great grandfather John Morrow  born 1826 Canada

Died 18 APRIL 1865 Memphis Tennessee disease in the civil war, great grandfather Andrew Morrow born in NY then settled in Cheboygan MI, grandfather David Andrew Morrow, and my dad John L Morrow. Looking for information on Joseph and his son John Morrow.

Comment by Michael John Patrick Morrow on October 4, 2015 at 4:20pm

Hi, Have just joined the Morrow family group.  My name is Michael John Patrick Morrow and thanks to a few relatives we have managed to link together our strand of our joint family stretching back to the birth of one John Morrow in Ballymoran, N. Ireland in 1751.

Soon I will be post full details of my scant knowledge in the hope that one or more of you has a link to this chain of Morrows and that together we can help flesh out each others' family trees.

I am based in London but my great grandfather moved from Ireland to Liverpool.  My grandfather then set up home in London around the beginning of 20th c..

Thank you


Comment by Nora J. Avery on May 18, 2013 at 7:10pm

Looking for parents of William B. Morrow. Born September 1817 in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Married Anna Maria Evans. Had Susan, Ann, Margaret, John, Emily, William, Jennie, May, Minnie, and George. Fought in the Civil War and was wounded in Petersburg. Was a shoemaker. Lived in Lees Crossroads on Walnut Bottom Road near Shippensburg, PA. Died 1 Aug 1886.

Comment by Sandy Rowe on April 24, 2013 at 8:21pm

My great great grandfather John Morrow born 1798 NY died in MI looking for his father, not sure if its William or John Sr. also looking for any information on Morrows from Cheboygan.

Comment by Kathryn Ellis on March 11, 2013 at 8:55pm
Hi I am researching Malcolm Morrow who moved from Scotland/Ireland to Canada. He lived to be in his 90s. Had a son named Malcolm Morrow who married Janet Mathieson and moved with his family to Montana(1860s).I have an article written about his grandson Malcolm Morrow(III).
Comment by Will Morrow on March 11, 2013 at 9:01am

My great, great grandfather, William Morrow, came from Ireland around 1835 ish, married Catherine Moore in NYC. His 2 oldest sons, Robert and my great grandfather, William Morrow, were born in Ohio. Robert's family is centrally located in IN and MI, and William's family is centrally located in IL.

Comment by Donn B. Parker on November 7, 2011 at 2:29pm
I don't yet know about my ancestors of my grandmother, Clara Morrow except from a very confusing note that I am currently trying to decipher. John Morrow, b 1787, d 1873, married Margaret Gillespie, and they came to America in 1812. They had ten sons including John Morrow, b July 26, 1817, d November 28, 1855, who married Margaret Gibson, b January 9, 1821, d May 27, 1866 in Memphis, Tennessee (her father was James Gibson, Sr., b 1787, d 1873). John, Jr. and Margaret had a son, Thomas Gibson Morrow, b September 13, 1844, d February 11, 1919, who married Mary Ann Story on April 10, 1866. Charles G. b 1871, Clara b 1870, and Lena were the children of Thomas and Mary Ann. Clara had a close relative (maybe a brother?), Rev. Chalmers G. Morrow she called Chap who lived at 315 1/2 North L Street in Tacoma, Washington (according to two postcards I have from 1934). Charles Morrow, Clara’s brother, married Aleta Soule and died in Tacoma in 1938. Clara”s sister, Lena Morrow Lewis, who lived in New York City, was a great influence on my life as a child when she would frequently send books and postcards to me and encouraged me to read. She gave me my first Bible inscribed with her name. I met her only once when I was very young.
Comment by historygirl on March 22, 2010 at 3:13pm
I need help finding Thomas Morrow born abt. 1813 in North Carolina that married a Lavinia born in South Carolina. They were living in Blount Co., TN in 1840 but moved to McMinn Co., TN in 1850. Does anyone have these names in their family list? DNA proves to be from John* Morrow b: ABT 1725 in Prince Edward Co., VA.
Comment by Connie Bunte on December 31, 2009 at 6:04pm
Richard Morrow was born about 1808 in Buncome county, North Carolina. His father was James Morrow. By 1830 the family was in Cole county, Missouri, where Richard married Mary "Polly" Tomlinson. From 1850 to 1854 the family was in Grayson county, Texas. In 1855 they moved to Fort Scott, Bourbon, Kansas. Mary died in the fall of 1859 of consumption. Richard moved to Montgomery county, Kansas, in 1873, where he remained until after 1880. Some time in the 1880s he moved back to Grayson county, where he died in 1886.
Comment by Susi (Susan C Jones) Pentico on October 8, 2009 at 10:12pm
John MORROW m Patience Tuttle b GA in KY they had Rebecca b KY d IA whom mar JOHN SCOTT b KY in IA. Marriage in IOWA. Looking for JOHN Morrow's parents , I have found data need to prove mine.

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