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Comment by Janet MacDougall on April 9, 2013 at 9:37am

I have an ancestor Captain John Moss.  His last name is also spelled Mosse or Morse.  He was born in England in 1604 and died in Connecticut in 1707.

A picture of his grave is available on find a grave.  He was married at least twice, first to Abigail Charles and then to Joan Ailing.  I suspect that he said his name Morse--hence the discrepancy in spelling.  Does anyone in the group have any further information about him and his descendants.

Thanks

Janet MacDougall

Comment by JudithE.Davis on March 13, 2011 at 5:47pm
Okay   I found the correct Book!!   It's called:  " A History of the Town of Sullivan New Hampshire 1777-1917"  by: Rev. Josiah Lafayette Seward,D.D  In Volume II   actual book page 1160 is MORSE thru pages 1171  I know you are going to be happy reading this book. I came upon it by accident and almost cried. It was a jackpot for me hope it is for you..
Comment by JudithE.Davis on March 13, 2011 at 3:57pm
I'm sorry  I must retract my last statement.. SORRY!! I have my Books mixed up!!
Comment by JudithE.Davis on March 13, 2011 at 3:50pm

I have a Susan( Morse ) Roundy  born abt 1818 who was married to David A. Roundy who was born abt 1820 they were from New Hampshire.

I have also looked at the Book called,"Descendents of Edward Thurston," the first of the name in the Colony of Rhode Island, collected by: Charles Myrick Thurston.

This should help alot of "Morses" and Thurstons alike with other allied families within.  Good luck

Comment by Rhonda Buchalla-Foley on February 17, 2011 at 6:42pm
I have a Preserved Morse born 1810 Ohio and died in after 1875 in crawford co Ar. Looking for other Morse's connections.
 

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