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George W Morrow: father of Lula Belle/Lulie B Morrow-Brown
Posted by: Lynette Richey (ID *****1292) Date: April 03, 2009 at 17:22:06
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Lula Belle Morrow m: Charles Smiley Brown in 12 Sept 1903 Jefferson Co, Indiana.

I have ordered her father George W Morrow's pension record, who served in the 30th Kentucky Regiment Company E.

Here is a transcribed copy of some of his pension record:


He is the son of Hiram and Delitha(Cummins)Morrow of Kentucky
He married Fannie Crable, then Harriet Gennett Romans.

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Civ.war Div
wid.Orig. 1,050,369
Harriet G Morrow
George W Morrow
Co. E, 30th Ky Inf

Commonwealth of Kentucky
County of Owen
Supplemental Affidavit of H.C. Morrow

The Affiant, H.C. Morrow, states that at the time of the death of Fannie Morrow, who was the first wife of said George W Morrow, he lived on the farm adjoining the farm on which she died; that he did not see her after her death and did not attend the funeral, but remembers quite distinctly the circumstance of her death and her burial by the commotion in the neighborhood, talk of the neighbors, grief of the family, and such things as always attend the death of a neighbor. Affiant further states that he is 71 years old in this April 1916, and was married and a housekeeper at the time of said death. He further states that he knew George W Morrow personally from the time said decedent was ten years of age and continuously until his death; and that personally knows that said George W Morrow decd., was never married but twice--- the first time to Fannie whose death is above referred to, the second time to the applicant Harriet G Morrow who survived him. He knows the foregoing facts by frequent association with the family of George W Morrow from the time of his said boyhood until his death. My P.O. Box Address is Owenton, Ky.
____Signed H.C. Morrow____________

The foregoing affidavit was subcribed and sworn to before me by the affiant H.C. Morrrow, who made a former affidavit in this matter, and who is personally known by me to be a good citizen and worthy of belief.
Witness by hand this 12 day of April 1916
____Signed Walter Wilhoite____________
Clerk of the Owen County Ky., Court

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State of Kentucky
County of Owen

Affidavit of H.C.Morrow

The affiant, H.C.Morrow, states that he is a cousin of the George Morrow, now deceased, who was a soldier in the Union Army in the late Civil War, and was a member of Company E 30th Kentucky Infantry as shown by his pension papers; that he drew a pension from the United States Government; Affiant states the he was intimately acquainted with said soldier in his life time; that soon after the war said soldier lived on the place of affiant; that he was married to Fannie Crable who is now dead; that said soldier later married a woman named Romans with whom he lived as his wife and by whom he raised a family; that he was living with her several years ago the the last time I knew of them; that he is informed that said George Morrow is now dead, but that his said last wife is still living. His first wife was dead at the time he married the second wife who is now living.
__Signed H.C.Morrow______

Personally appeared before me H.C.Morrow, who is personally known to me and known by me to be a man of integrity and worthy of belief, and in my presence subscribed and swore to the statements made in the foregoing affidavit, in my office at Owenton, Ky.
This 25th day of March 1916.
___Signed Walter Wilhoite____

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Civil War Div.
Wid. Orig.1050.369
Harriet G Morrow
George W Morrow
Co. E 30th Ky. Inf.

The affivant J.T. Romans states that he is 56 years of age and a resident of Ludlow, Kenton County Ky, that had known George W Morrow from the time he was 30 years of age until the time of his death, and by reason of such knowledge he positively states that the said George W Morrow was never married but twice, and that I was present at the marriage of Harriet G and George W Morrow and further that the said George W Morrow and Harriet G Morrow lived together as husband and wife from the time of their marriage up until the time of said George W Morrow death. That there never was any divorce or seperation, until his death. And to my knowledged has never remarried sence the death of said George W Morrow and that I have no interest in the prosecution of the above claim.
___Signed JT Romans__

Sworn and subscribed to before me by J T Romans to me personally known this 3rd day of January 1916
__Signed James A Stephens___
Notary Public
Kenton County Ky

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Civil War Div.
wid. Orig,1.050.369
Harriet G Morrow
George W Morrow
Co. E 30th, Ky Inf.


The affiant G.W Romans states that he is 59 years of age and a resident of Ludlow, Kenton County Ky, that he had known George W Morrow from the time of 30 years of age until the time of his death, and by reason of such knowledged he positively states that the said George W Morrow was never married but twice, and that I was present at the marriage of Harriet G and George W Morrow and further that said George W Morrow and Harriet G Morrow lived together as husband and wife from the time of their marriage up until the time of said George W Morrow death,
that there never was any divorce or seperation until his death of said George W Morrow and that I have no interest in the prosecution of the above claim.
x_____Signed George W Romans____


Sworn and subscribed to before me by GW Romans to me personally known this 3rd day of January 1916
___Signed James A Stephens____
Notary Public
Kenton County Ky

___________________________________________________________

Civ.War.Div.
Wid. Orig.1,050.369
Harriett G Morrow
George W Morrow

Commonwealth of Kentucky
County of Owen
Supplemental Affidavit of Malvina McPherron

The affiant, Malvina McPherron, states that she is 69 years old and is a sister to said George W Morrow decd., and that she was raised with and lived with him from his early boyhood before he was ten years old, and lived near and constantly associated with him and his family for most of the time from his childhood until his marriage to claimant. That he was married only twice, his first wife being Fannie Crable who is now dead; states that she was not present when said first wife died nor did she attend the funeral, she herself being sick at the time of said death and burrial; she states that said first wife, Fannie, was sick for about three years before her death being afflicted with Tuberculosis and that she saw her several times during the last stages of the disease. Affiant says that said Fannie Morrow died in Owen Co, Ky.,and affiant lived in the same county about seven miles distant at the time, she states that the claimant, Harriet G Morrow, was the second wife of said soldier, george W Morrow decd., who is now living. She states that her post office address is Owenton, Ky.
___Signed Malvinia McPherron___


Subscribed and sworn to before me by Malvina McPherron who is personally known to me, and who made a former affidavit touching this claim, and who is a lady of high standing in the community, and is worthy of belief.
witness my hand this 12 day of April 1916,

___Signed Walter Wilhoite___
Clerk of the Owen County Ky. Court.

___________________________________________________________
State of Kentucky
County of Owen

Affidavit of Malvina McPherron

The affiant, Malvina Mcpherron, states that she is a sister of Geo W Morrow, now deceased, who was a soldier in the Union Army during the late Civil War, and that the said deceased drew a pension from the Federal Government. Affiant states that soon after the close of the Civil War the deceased, Geo W Morrow, was married to one Fannie Crable; that they lived together as husband and wife for about eight years when she died leaving two small children; that about three years after the death of his first wife the said G W Morrow married one Harriett Romans with whom he was living at the time of his death; that said deceased and his last wife lived together continuously from the date of their marriage to the death of said Morrow. Affiant states that the said Geo W Morrow lived in Owen and surrounding counties from the close of the Civil War until his death and that she knew intimately the facts above stated having kept in touch with her brother all the time, and she further states that his last wife is stilling living.
___Signed Malvinia McPherron__

Personally appeared before me, Malvina McPherron, who is personally known to me and known by me to be a woman of integrity, chastity and worthy of belief; and in my presence subscribed and swore to the statements made in the foregoing affidavit. Done at Owenton, Kentucky this March 25th 1916.
___Signed Walter Wilhoite___
Clerk of the Owen county Court

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According to pension record, George W Morrow lived in different counties in Kentucky and surrounding states:

1.Owen Co, Ky
2.Shelby Co, Ky
3.Spencer Co, Ky
4.Nelson Co, Ky
5.Jefferson Co, Indiana where daughter Lulie B/Lula Belle Morrow lived/married my gg-grandfather Charles Smiley Brown.
6.Scioto Co, Ohio where son Thomas G and wife Bettie Carter-Morrow lived.





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