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Re: Morris Reasearch, Buck Co.,PA.
Posted by: Louise batchelor (ID *****7335) Date: October 12, 2005 at 11:09:01
In Reply to: Re: Morris Reasearch, Buck Co.,PA. by Gloria (Ponder)Kenna of 2286

Gloria, I'm with you. I felt sure that the name Morris Morris would be EASY to find. It was! There must be a dozen of them. I find that there are Morris' all over the Phila, Mont Co and Bucks Co area. Also north of those counties and in N. Jersey. Also in the Trenton/Bristol area. Then there is the wealthy brewer in Phila and Whitemarsh, PA. Robert Morris, the signer of the Dec. of Ind. seems to have arrived later and is not related EARLY to any of them.Then there is the Morris Morris in Richland, Quakertown and Moreland. I have stacks of data! Through reading all of it I have narrowed my search to Hilltown and New Britain, PA. They seem to be converts from Quakers to Baptists after arriving from Wales. I know that this doesn't help much, but at least you know that you are not the only Morris researcher having the same problem. What exactly is it you are looking for? It may sound familiar to me. I read and reread my data and sometimes I connect with info I had otherwise put aside.

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