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Our Virginia ancestors : Morris family-Spotsylvania County, Duerson family-Spotsylvania County, Sale family-Caroline County, Thomas family-Caroline County and others Hockaday, Brock, Black, Long, Carneal

Clyde L. Morris
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Fairfax, Virginia : C.L. Morris, 1988
280 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.

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Donor: Gift of Clyde L. Morris, 1988.

Includes bibliographic references.

Includes Duerson, Sale, Thomas, Hockaday, Carneal, Baum and other related families.

George Washington Morris was probably born in Spotsylvania County near Thornburg, Virginia. He married Emily Ann Hockaday in 1844 in Spotsylvania Co. She was the daughter of Richard Hockaday (b.1787). The author indicates that George's parents were probably Larkin and Fanny Morris, his next door neighbors. Their son William Thomas Morris (1846-1923) married Sarah (Sally) Ann Black in 1877 in Spotsylvania Co. Several generations of descendants are given.

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