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  • Name: William Morrow
  • Reference Number: 0044
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1768 in NC
  • Note: NC per 1880 enumeration of son Judge Jefferson Morrow 1 2
  • Death: 2 AUG 1834 in Randolph Co MO 1
  • Note: 1 3 1 4 5 6 4 4 4 4 4 5 6 7 4

    He had twelve children by his first wife, and four by his second.

    from Carolyn Chaney Aug 2006
    Patricia Morrow and I spent a week in North Carolina looking for old gravesites and old records.  One of the things we did was to go to the Wilson Library in Chapel Hill at the University of North Carolina and look at a box of old records from the Flat River Primitive Baptist Church.  There was one item in the file that was old and that was a record of each of their meetings, starting in 1786.  They did not allow photocopying ­ but Patricia did take pictures of the pages of interest and we will send those later.

    I copied some of the pages of interest ­ next time I go I will take my laptop and spend the day typing!

    Below is what we found:

    The book from 1786 until 1806 was written in the hand of the Pastor George Roberts

    Listed in the front of the book were the following members ­ males on one side and females on the other side
    :
    James Jay               Martha Jay
    Abraham Hargis      Elizabeth Hargis
    Isaac Satterfield     Sally Satterfield (daughter)
    John Satterfield
    Martha Murrow

    James Jay's name appears in almost every report.  He is a deacon.  At one point he is removed from office because some believed what they believed were a dangerous principal and destructive to the interests of the gospel of Christ.  At a later meeting he was reinstated as a deacon.

    Below I copied several passages on William Morrow

    4th Sunday of July __??

    At an evening meeting on the 4th Sunday in July we received two members for membership for baptism  William Morrow and his wife.  (I somehow did not copy down the year ­ it would be 1790-91-92.

    1st Saturday in June 1792

    William Morrow accused of acting very much out of character quarreling, swearing, and fighting.  Brother Satterfield and Brother Jay were appointed to talk to him (James Jay was appointed to speak to someone about their conduct almost every meeting).  The next Sunday William Morrow apologies ­ said he did not swear.

    1st Saturday in September 1793

    William Morrow accused of being at Drury Allen's at a frolic and accused of being quarrelsome and wanting to fight, etc.  He is sent to by Charles Foshil to come to meeting to give account of his conduct.  William Morrow appeared and related the matter in a different light from what we had heard.  He said Drury Allen's family had asked his wife to a quilting and himself to take dinner and in the evening he went.  Then Allen raised a quarrel with him and gave him very aggravating language and told him he would drub him if it was not for the law.  In answer to this he told Allen he would take no advantage of the law, to drub away.  After conversing with him he acknowledged himself wrong in telling him so, which appeared to give him satisfaction.

    1st Saturday in December 1793

    William Morrow and his wife at a former preaching meeting obtained leave between them and their removal a small matter of dealings happened between said Morrow and myself where in he falsified a positive agreement which was a reason I refused to give him a letter for himself and he refused to take one for his wife, it was laid before the church who concluded to lay it over fro further consideration and a fuller church meeting.

    1st Saturday January 1794

    Proceeded to consider the matter about William Morrow being denied a letter of dismissal.  After hearing the matter the church concluded him at fault and agreed to send a letter after him if we can hear where he has gone requiring satisfaction before he is admitted as a member there.

    1st Saturday November 1794

    Elizabeth Morrow dismissed by letter she being about to move away.



    1800 NC Rutherford and 1810 KY Logan both show more children than these known.

    1830 MO Randolph his household shows WmJ and Jeff, but Joseph enumerated in his own household... sons Jesse and John S. must have arrived later...


    1997 report by Gene S. Morrow
    The Flat River Baptist Church is near the corner of St. Lawrence and St. James District. William and Sarah Jay [Morrow] were members of this Church (William & Sally were Baptised in and dismissed by letter in 1794).

    2 Nov 1792
    Katherine Kerr Kendall's Deed Abstract Book of Person County NC
    1792-1825
    -Page 4 Deed Book A \p. 78-9\ William Gately to William Murry of Orange Co., NC, for 30 lbs, 54 A N side Flat R adj Richard Hargis, Vincent, John Urguhart- said land part of grant to Nathl Aldridge 9 Nov 1762 from the Honourable John Earl Granville and conveyed by Aldridge to Gately 1 May 1764. 2 Nov 1792. Wit: William Hargis Sen., Jos. Gately.

    -Page 5 Deed Book A \p.90-1\ Drury Allen to Richard Hargis, for $77 1/3, 100 A S. Fork Flat R adj Hargis, William Murry. 18 Feb 1793. Acknd in Court.

    -Page 5 Deed Book A \p.94-5\ Drury Allen to William Morrow, for $77 1/3, 59 A. 12 Mar 1793. Wit: Robert Paine, Milton Blalock.

    -Page 9 Deed Book A \p167-8\ William Morrow to Michle Robinson of Orange Co., NC, for 65 lbs, 113 A S. Fork Flat R adj Drury Allen, Richard Hargis. 18 Sep 1793. Wit: John Wilson, John Morrow, Catherine Robinson.
    Two grants to William Murry of 200 acres each in Caswell County (now Person County) granted 9 Aug 1787 and 9 Aug 1780 (this year is probably in error and should have been 1787) and recorded 29 and 30 Nov 1793.


    ===
    2006 corr from Vince King
    The "Rosetta Stone item"
     
    Rutherford Co. NC
    Will Book B page 98
    Will dated 16 July 1798
    Probated in Oct 1798 Court session
     
    Will of Edward Goode....wife Mary....then all the children (inc. Patsy Goode).
     
    Witness: Samuel Young, William Morrow, Joseph Jay
     
    ***************************
     
    The players.........
     
    Joseph Jay 1774-1813 is the son of Rev. James Jay, and the brother of Sarah 'Sally' Jay who married 'your' William Morrow b.1768.  Joseph Jay migrated from the North Fork of the Flat River in Person Co. (formerly Orange/Caswell) where his Jay family lived to Rutherford Co. NC prior to marrying Patsy Goode (dau. of Edward Goode) in 24 July 1799.  He was a neighbor to the Goodes (for some reason ;) ) and so was William Morrow.
     
    William Morrow was the husband of Sarah Jay, d/o Rev. James Jay and granddaughter of William Jay, Sr..  Married "Sally" Jay 1789 in Caswell Co. (to become Person Co.) NC.  Sold property near North Fork of the Flat River in early 1793/4ish (will get actual deed) and migrated to Rutherford Co. NC.
     
    More connections that tie this together.......
     
    Elizabeth Jay 1766-1841, oldest child of Rev. James Jay, married William Hargis in Caswell (to become Person) NC and migrated to Rutherford Co. NC ca 1795.  They later migrated to TN ca 1812-15.  Their daughter, Susannah Hargis 1790-1866, married John Suttle, s/o Bushrod Suttle and grandson of Joseph Suttle!!!
     
    Lydia Jay 1780-1815, also a daughter of Rev. James Jay, married Joseph Scoggins 1798 in Person Co. NC (same site as the rest, they were Flat River Baptist Church members).  Family migrates to Rutherford Co. NC.  A twist to the story.....Lydia Jay dies in 1815, her brother Joseph Jay (see above) dies in 1813.  The widow Patsy Goode Jay marries the widower Joseph Scoggins in Rutherford in Aug 27,1816 (they were brother and sister-in-law).
     

    William Morrow bc1768
    blacksmith and farmer, married twice
    all surviving ch state in 1880 census father b NC

    1798 witness will of Edward Goode in Rutherford Co NC
    1800 NC Rutherford
    1804 from Carolyn Cheney
    Kentucky Land Grants Record Grantee: Morrow , Wm vk says not ours Acres: 320 Book: 2 Survey Date: 10-16-1804 County: Logan WaterCourse: Drakes Cr Reference: THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS Volume 1 Part 1 CHAPTER IV GRANTS SOUTH OF GREEN RIVER (1797-1866) THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY page 368 More Info: Grantee: Morrow, Wm Acres: 320 Book: 2 Page: 403 Date Survey: 10-16-1804 County: Logan Watercourse: Drakes Cr

    Drake's Creek Church 36.718ºN 86.529ºW topo map of Simpson Co KY, Franklin
    Barren Branch 36.916ºN 86.973ºW Lewisburg map


    1810 KY Logan
    [1850 KY Breathitt dist 1 M432  Roll: 193  Page: 20
    Elijah Chambers b NC and Rachel (Rachel Ann Morrow) KY
    1860 KY Breathitt M653  Roll: 357  Page: 311
    Elijah b NC, Rachel b LOGAN KY]

    1810 KY Logan 2 William Morrows

    from Amelia Morrow:
    DNA from presumed descendant does not match VA English descendants, but it does match that of William Morrow b. abt 1750, who died in Warren Co, TN in 1828. That William's daughters married sons of David Jay (cousins of Sarah). That William was probably the older William Morrow found in Caswell Co, NC signing the petition to set out Caswell Co (ne: but possibly the Orange-Person William who m Underdown) and granting land. He and his wife granted Wiliam Morrow Jr property in Caswell Co, NC in 1785. The theory is that this Wiliam is William Jr.

    some William Morrow was the bondsman for the mg of William Satterfield and Susanna Wheeler.
    William Satterfield was son of John and Sarah Jay Satterfield
    1 OCT 1791 in Caswell County, North Carolina

    This does not necessarily tie Satterfields to the the Morrow-Jay family as the Orange-Person/Underdown Morrows had property in what became Person Co NEAR Satterfield property (ne: see also Satterfield Creek into Hyco River) [Satterfields were members of Flat River Baptist Church]

    file 0028
    who was Wm Morrow 1790 Caswell Dist of Orange NC near St. Astaph's w/ Jeremiah Stoner, David Rinehart? (not too closely located, Caswell in ne corner and StAstaphs in sw corner of county? but all up for grabs because this is a "reconstructed census, based on tax records")

    1790- letter to Jo Morrow, [Your comment on the will of Sarah Jay Morrow's father is new to me. I have a family sheet saying only that he was Rev. James Jay. Today I went to the library in Denver and looked at the 1790 census for North Carolina. Person County had not been formed yet, so I found Scroggins, a James Jay, and a William Morrow in St. James District in Caswell County. There are some Chambers in the adjoining district]

    1789 William and Sarah mg verified Caswell Co NC records
    deed transactions Caswell Co
    abt 1791 membership Flat River Baptist Church
    left in Dec 1793 according to church records
    1799 William was in Rutherford NC and was bondsman for his brother Jesse
    1800 Rutherford NC
    1810 KY Logan
    1813 Clay Co KY [from Marge Turner: Jefferson b. 5 Oct. 1813 Clay Co.
    1816 Estill Co KY [see permission for Jesse to marry below*]
    [1817 tax list Howard Co MO no Morrow, but William Chambers listed]
    1818 from Clay Co KY to near Glasgow, Howard Co
    1819-1821 Glasgow (Howard Co formed 1816, Chariton formed 1820, Randolph formed 1829) MO [isaac b mo 1822, james b tn 1824]
    1821 Bernadine Teague: Missouri Intelligencer:  Oct. 16, 1821 - William Morrow, letter at the Chariton PO. Missouri Intelligencer:  Nov. 27, 1821 - John Morrow, delinquent tax, Chariton Co.
    1821-1827 Marion Co TN 1826 (land purchase) Marion Co Deeds A and B
    ref book B p 298 for Isaac Stovers microfilm did not seem to correlate through this section, could not find but: B p286 Henry Long sells to William Morrow 13 Sep 1826 for $1,000 100 acres at Mullens Cove, north bank of Tennessee River need to find when this prop was sold, when back to MO? [see Mullens households Hall Co GA]
    1828 Fox's Mill, Randolph Co MO
    1830 Randolph Co MO census [Jeffeson autobiography says father came to "Macon" when he was seventeen]
    1831 (Macon Co MO area ne: Chariton formed 1820; Randolph formed 1829; Macon formed and William removed to Macon
    1837) having few neighbors [incl: Lewis Green, Elisha Chambers and others] he erected the first corn mill
    Morrow, William -- Heirs; widow Rachel; John S. Morrow, Adm'r; CRP 27 Aug 1834
    Check place of death, any probate? neither Randolph [nor Chariton] courthouse burned 1880s
    12 ch with first wife, 4 with second wife he was a miller and a smith
    Probate of two daughters in Macon Co MO 1848 1848 The Probate Court record, Box 189a, Macon Co., MO, 14 Sept. 1848 of Sarah & Lydia Morrow deceased, filed by William J. Morrow, name their siblings and heirs.
    [did some heirs from first marriage die without issue? need settlement of James Jay 1835 Person Co NC ]

    ck- MO 1813, did he have anything to do with the Cedar Creek mill and still?

    possible intercept- 1822 Howard Co MO tax list, Wm Chambers and William Morrow? then to Marion Co TN, where the widow Chambers had relatives?

    William Morrow moved into KY, to MO, for a time about 1820, back to Marion Co TN and before "spring of 1831" [but appears on 1830 census] into MO to stay. While in Marion Co TN William Morrow's step daughter, Anna Chambers m Moses H. Chambers who may have been (about 1821 Cole Co MO jury duty) in MO. [poss records Morrow and Chambers of Franklin/Lincoln Co TN, perhaps also YOUNTs] William Morrow moved back to MO before 1830, north of the MO River, Moses and Anna moved to MO about 1831, south of the MO River

    Marge Turner, June 1997: Ours was a roamer--went SC to Caswell Co., NC to sw NC to TN to Clay Co., KY, back to TN, to MO, back to TN and finally to MO to stay c1830. Died in MO 1834.
    I would just like to find definite proof of his parents and children other than Rachel and Jefferson and who they married. Found a marriage for one in KY.
    Marge
    1799 in Rutherford Co NC as bondsman for brother Jesse
    1800 Rutherford Co NC
    1804 Logan Co KY
    1813 Clay Co KY
    1818-1821 Glasgow (Howard Co) MOGlasgow is located on the banks of the Missouri River, primarily in Howard county, but City Limits extend over the line into Chariton County.
    couldn't find in Howard deeds, just the tax list [county history says all went to land office in Franklin]
    couldn't find in Chariton deeds (Jefferson and wife 1846 was earliest)


    Jo White Linn: Records Search:
    1820 Census:
    John Stover in Rutherford County as head of household;
    Obadiah Stover in Buncombe County.
    No Aaron Roberts in NC as head of household;
    Elisha Chambers in Burke County: 1-2-0-0-1-0, 1-1-1-1-0, 1 slave. William Morrow in Burke County: 1-0-0-1-0-0, 0-1-1-0-0.


    KY Barren 1810 possibly uncles
    p36 John Jay 002000011, Willis Settle, Roundtree, Hollloway, Glazebrook, Kinchloe, Hall
    p37 ...Grubs, Wm Morrow 001011001101, Jno Morrow 410103101000,

    *
    http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jmillhouse2&id=I579302435
    Jesse received permission from his father [JOHN Morro] to marry Rebecca Rose in October 1816. It is not known whether he married Rebecca or not. The record in the Estill County Kentucky courthouse is as follows:
    To the Cark of Estil Court Sir please to give My son Jesse Morrow liecns for marrige as he has obtaind my Consent to Marry Rebecoh Rose
    this given under hand this _? day of October 1816.
    Test John Morro (Signature)
    w William Morrow (Signature)
  • Change Date: 9 JUN 2012



    Father: James Morrow b: 1743 in Orange Co NC
    Mother: Elizabeth Martha b: 1741

    Marriage 1 Sarah Jane Jay b: 23 FEB 1769 in NC
    • Married: 5 JAN 1789 in Caswell Co, NC
    Children
    1. Has No Children son? Morrow b: BEF 1790
    2. Has No Children son? Morrow b: ABT 1792 in Orange Co NC
    3. Has Children Mary "Polly" Morrow b: 23 FEB 1794 in NC
    4. Has Children John S. Morrow b: ABT 1795 in Rutherford Co NC
    5. Has Children Jesse S. Morrow b: ABT 1797 in NC
    6. Has Children Joseph J. Morrow b: 8 MAR 1798 in NC
    7. Has No Children dau? Morrow b: ABT 1800
    8. Has Children Rachel Ann Morrow b: 12 DEC 1805 in Logan Co KY
    9. Has Children William J. Morrow b: 14 JUN 1808 in Logan Co KY
    10. Has No Children unk Morrow
    11. Has No Children unk Morrow
    12. Has Children Jefferson Morrow b: 5 OCT 1813 in Clay Co KY

    Marriage 2 Rachel Stover b: ABT 1781 in VA
    • Married: ABT 1819 in poss Howard Co MO
    • Note: 1818 tax list both William Chambers and William Morrow 5
    Children
    1. Has No Children Sarah Morrow b: BEF 1820 in 6 miles ne of Glasgow, Howard Co MO
    2. Has Children Isaac Morrow b: 1822 in 6 miles ne of Glasgow, Howard Co MO
    3. Has Children James W. Morrow b: 3 OCT 1824 in Burnett, Marion Co TN
    4. Has No Children Lydia Morrow b: ABT 1826 in Burnett, Marion Co TN

    Sources:
    1. Text: p1195 History of Randolph and Macon Cos MO 1884
      Judge Jefferson Morrow Sr.
      Judge Morrow, one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of Macon County is a representative of one of the pioneer families of Missouri. His father William Morrow, came to this state as early as 1818, and located first near Glasgow, in Howard County. After several removals, (one to Tennessee), he settled permanently about 13 miles southwest of Macon City in the spring of 1831. There he lived until his death, which occurred at the age of 66 in 1834. He was a native of Ireland, and was a blacksmith by occupation, and followed that trade combined with farming until his death. He was twice married, first to Miss Sarah Jay of Caswell County North Carolina. His second wife was a Mrs. Rachel Chambers, a widow lady. He had twelve children by his first wife, and four by his second.
      Judge Jefferson Morrow was of the first family of children and was born in Clay County KY Oct 5, 1813, being the youngest of the family. Seventeen years of age when his father came to Macon County he has lived ever since in this county, a period of over half a century. Dec 29, 1836 he was married to Miss Minerva Summers, a daughter of Johnson Summers of this county. Coming up in that early day, like most young men of this country, he became a farmer and has since followed that occupation, except when occupied by public duties.

      In 1837 he occupied a farm on what was subsequently, and is still Morrow township, named for himself, and lived on that place for a period of 45 years, or until Nov 1882. He has been...

      children: William; Celia m Thomas B. Miller; Mary m William A. Gleason; Jefferson; Minerva m John W. Banta; Johnson; Rebecca m John W. Neal; Charles.

      member of the Christian Church... owns 1100 acres... spent 14 months in the California gold rush...
    2. Text: 1880 familysearch:
      Jsen MORROW  Self  M  Male  W  66  KY  Farmer  NC  NC 
       Minerva MORROW  Wife  M  Female  W  60  KY  Keeping House  KY  KY 
       Johnson MORROW  Son  S  Male  W  24  MO  Farmer  KY  KY 
       Charlie A. MORROW  Son  S  Male  W  17  MO  Farmer  KY  KY 
       Ada JONES  Other  S  Female  W  19  MO  Servant  KY  KY 
      Morrow, Macon, Missouri
      Family History Library Film   1254701
      NA Film Number  T9-0701 Page Number  521B
    3. Text: from Vince King July 2006
      The "Rosetta Stone item"
       
      Rutherford Co. NC
      Will Book B page 98
      Will dated 16 July 1798
      Probated in Oct 1798 Court session
       
      Will of Edward Goode....wife Mary....then all the children (inc. Patsy Goode).
       
      Witness: Samuel Young, William Morrow, Joseph Jay
       
      *************************************************************************
       
      The players.........
       
      Joseph Jay 1774-1813 is the son of Rev. James Jay, and the brother of Sarah 'Sally' Jay who married 'your' William Morrow b.1768.  Joseph Jay migrated from the North Fork of the Flat River in Person Co. (formerly Orange/Caswell) where his Jay family lived to Rutherford Co. NC prior to marrying Patsy Goode (dau. of Edward Goode) in 24 July 1799.  He was a neighbor to the Goodes (for some reason ;) ) and so was William Morrow.
       
      William Morrow was the husband of Sarah Jay, d/o Rev. James Jay and granddaughter of William Jay, Sr..  Married "Sally" Jay 1789 in Caswell Co. (to become Person Co.) NC.  Sold property near North Fork of the Flat River in early 1793/4ish (will get actual deed) and migrated to Rutherford Co. NC.
       
      More connections that tie this together.......
       
      Elizabeth Jay 1766-1841, oldest child of Rev. James Jay, married William Hargis in Caswell (to become Person) NC and migrated to Rutherford Co. NC ca 1795.  They later migrated to TN ca 1812-15.  Their daughter, Susannah Hargis 1790-1866, married John Suttle, s/o Bushrod Suttle and grandson of Joseph Suttle!!!
       
      Lydia Jay 1780-1815, also a daughter of Rev. James Jay, married Joseph Scoggins 1798 in Person Co. NC (same site as the rest, they were Flat River Baptist Church members).  Family migrates to Rutherford Co. NC.  A twist to the story.....Lydia Jay dies in 1815, her brother Joseph Jay (see above) dies in 1813.  The widow Patsy Goode Jay marries the widower Joseph Scoggins in Rutherford in Aug 27,1816 (they were brother and sister-in-law).
       
    4. Text: HISTORY OF RANDOLPH AND MACON COUNTIES, MISSOURI St. Louis; National Historical Company 1884

      p702...
      . ..permanent settlement was not made within the present limits of Macon County, until the year 1827...the first ... cabin... James Loe, who came to Howard Co MO in 1820... from Wayne Co KY...until 1827 when he and his family... located south of Callao, now the Joseph M. Hammett farm, sec 13, twp 57, range 16.
      ... Mr. Rowland came in 1829

      p703...
      William Morrow was the third settler. He came from Clay county KY in 1819, to Missouri, and opened the farm now known as the Dr. John Sappington place, six miles north-east of Glasgow, in Howard county. After residing in Howard county three years he moved to Marion county Tenn., where he remained six years and then returned to Missouri, this time settling in Randolph County near Fox's mill on the Middle fork of the Chariton river. After living there for one year, on March 15, 1831, he came to Macon county and located on the south-east quarter of section 2, township 56, range 16, in Chariton township. The farm which he opened is now occupied by Mrs. Nancy Perrin.
      At the date of Mr. Morrow's coming there were no settlements in the region of country including Adair, Schuyler, Putnam and Macon counties, except those made by James Loe, Lewis Green, Elisha Chambers, Randall Clark, Frederick Rowland, Andrew Millsap and a few others. Mr. Morrow erected the first grist (corn) mill that was put up in the county, near to or on the farm of Mrs. Perrin, above named. This served for a large section of country for a number of years...

      p704...
      He was not only a pioneer miller, but was the pioneer blacksmith, and being an ingenious workman, he made it a success. Major William J. Morrow and Jefferson Morrow, Sr., are sons of William Morrow. The neighborhood where they originally located was called the "Morrow Settlement."

      Then was made the Blackwell settlement on Grand Prairie, five miles north of Macon, and was composed of William Blackwell, Nathan Richardson and John Walker, an old Revolutionary soldier.

      p735...
      Morrow Township... between 1829 and 1831
      James Loe sec 1 t56 r16
      Randall Clark sec 3 t56 r16
      Elisha Chambers sec 2 t56 r16
      Lewis Green sec 1 t56 r16
      George Addis sec 2 t56 r16
      and William Morrow who bought of George Addis

      p736...
      Chambers died in Breathitt Co KY...
      was the pioneer preacher of the township... at the log cabin of William Morrow in 1831
    5. Text: Estate of Sarah and Lydia Morrow
      found by Josephine G. Morrow Macon Co MO records
      1848 The Probate Court record, Box 189a, Macon Co., MO, 14 Sept. 1848 of Sarah & Lydia Morrow deceased, filed by William J. Morrow

      I William J. Morrow do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief that Sarah Morrow decd. died without a will, and that Lyda Morrow decd. died without a will and the legal heirs of the estates of said Sarah and Lyda are each,
      Rachel Morrow their mother of Adair County, Missouri

      Isaac Morrow and James Morrow of Macon County Missouri whole blood of said deceased,

      Jesse Morrow, Joseph Morrow, William J. Morrow, Jefferson Morrow, and all of Macon County, Missouri and
      the heirs of
      John Morrow (half blood) to wit: Jesse J. Morrow, Calvin Morrow, Joseph G. Morrow, Jefferson G. Morrow, and Raltiff S. Morrow all of Macon County, Missouri
      and Edmund B Thomas and Nancy his wife heir of John Morrow of Shelby county Missouri

      John Rose and Polly his wife,

      and Elijah Chambers and Rachel his wife of the State of Kentucky these named are the heirs in the part of the paternal side.

      Those of the maternal side are of the half blood to wit:
      Jackson Chambers of Adair County, Missouri, James Phillips and Ruth his wife of Macon County Missouri, Moses Chambers of Moniteau Co Missouri, Philip Hootes and Susan his wife of the State of Tennessee, Jeremiah Chambers of the State of Georgia

      that I will make a perfect inventory of and faithfully administer all the estate of the two deceased and pay the debts as far as the assets will extend and the law directs, and account for and pay all assets which shall come to my possession or knowledge.

      AL Gilstrap
      affidavit WI Morrow Estate of Lydia and Sarah Morrow
    6. Text: North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868 Record

      Groom:     Jesse Morrow
      Bride:     Polly Holland
      Bond Date:     30 Oct 1799
      Bond #:     000135372
      Level Info:     North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868

      ImageNum:     003782
      County:     Rutherford
      Record #:     01 231
      Bondsman:     William Morrow
    7. Text: Kentucky Land Grants Record
      Grantee: Morrow , Wm
      Acres: 320
      Book: 2
      Survey Date: 10-16-1804
      County: Logan
      WaterCourse: Drakes Cr
      Reference: THE KENTUCKY LAND GRANTS
      Volume 1
      Part 1
      CHAPTER IV GRANTS SOUTH OF GREEN RIVER (1797-1866)
      THE COUNTIES OF KENTUCKY
      page 368
      More Info:
      Grantee: Morrow, Wm
      Acres: 320
      Book: 2
      Page: 403
      Date Survey: 10-16-1804
      County: Logan
      Watercourse: Drakes Cr

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