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Genealogy and History of the Morris Family

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CD Contents
  
4 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  The Morris Family by J. Montgomery Seaver - Contains the following sections
Rob Morris, Battle Hymn of the Morrises, The Morris Coat of Arms, Ancient Morris Families, Killanin - Morris tribe of Galway, Morris of Bolton Lodge, Morris of York, Morris of Clasemont, Morris of Dol-Ilys Hall, Morris of London, Prominent British Morrises, Past Generations, Prominent British Morrises of Today, American Morrises of Royal Descent, William Morris Family, Robert Morris Family, Samuel Morris Family, Benjamin Morris Family, Gouveneur Morris Family, William Winider Morris Family, American Morris Families,, Descendants of Thomas Morris, Descendants of Edward Morris of Roxbury, Mass. Descendants of Captain Richard Morris of New Jersey, Descendants of Anthony Morris of Pennsylvania, Descendants of John Morris a Colonel in the Army of Oliver Cromwell, Descendants of William Morris whose descendants resided in Virginia, Descendants of Lovell Morris, Descendants of Major Henry Morris, Descendants of William Morris and his descendants of Montreal, Descendants of Robert Morris of Iowa County, Wisconsin, Descendants of Benjamin Franklin Morris, Descendants of Elisha M. Morris of Fulton, Missouri, Descendants of Lorenzo Dow Morris of Greene County, Illinois, Family of Henry Roughen Morris, Family of Thomas Ditimus Morris, Morrises in the American Revolution, Prominent Morrises of America, Past Generations, Prominent American Morrises of Today, Morris Towns, etc., Morris Census of the United States, Religions of the Morrises
2.  Old Morrisania, Gouveneur Morris, a sketch:  Anne Cary Morris; November 1888 4 pages
3.  Morris of Monmouth County: Historical and Genealogical Miscellany, Early Settlers of New Jersey and Their Descendants; Stillwell, John E., M.D. Vol IV; New York, 1916; 60 pages - This is an excerpt from the complete 5 Vol set specifically pertaining to the Morris Family               
4.  Morris : an account of some descendants of Thomas Morris and his wife Elizabeth - who settled in New Haven Connecticut in 1639, who migrated to Fairfield and Woodbury in that colony, and others who later migrated to New York, Michigan, Illinois, Missouri, and other western and southern states, including brief accounts of their relationship to Bronson, Howlett, Judson, and Tracy families. 1973, Tracy, Elsie Howlett 24  pgs

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