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Re: Robert B Morris "signer"
Posted by: sandra ferguson (ID *****4312) Date: December 16, 2011 at 20:45:23
In Reply to: Robert B Morris "signer" by chuck vaughan of 18096

Is this the will you're talking about...date is a bit different, but the only Robert Morris will in Philly Co, that I think could be it;
Pennsylvania Wills, 1682-1834
MORRIS, ROBERT. City of Philadelphia. Formerly a merchant. June 16, 1804. May 29, 1806. 1.498.
His watch formerly his father's, he bequeaths to his son Robert. Gold headed cane to son Thomas, head given him by late John Hancock when President of Congress, cane, gift of James Wilson. Son Henry to have his copying press and paper sent him by Sir Robert Herries of London. Daughter: Hetty now Mrs. Marshall. Daughter: Maria now Mrs. Nixon.
To Gouverneur Morris. All other property to his wife Mary Morris. Exec: Wife Mary Morris. Witnesses: Henry Kenyon, Garrett Cottringer.

I can't find the will for Mary...Philly, 1824


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