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Thomas and Elizabeth Morton Wakefield-Rev War Politicians
Posted by: Cynthia Oetting (ID *****0828) Date: January 24, 2013 at 09:40:43
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I know there are records for Thomas Wakefield but I have questions that relate to the Mortons. I know that Elizabeth Morton is not the dau of John Morton, the signer, his dau Elizabeth died unmarried. But there is another DAR record for John Morton ancestor # A081813 born 1729 Ireland died 2-4-1782 Baskinridge, Somerset Co. N.J. and listed in the DAR genealogy site is his service 1)mem of Comm of 100 2) del to provincal congress-somewhat like the signer who is ancestor #081814! I believe the Finnish Mortons settled along the Delaware River and the boundaries all changed-even the states! Where do you find the records for those who served in the provincal congress when the states even changed during settlement? I believe early Morton records reference PA, DEL, N.J. Thanks for any help with this puzzle. Cindy

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