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|2||1809 Madison County, Mississippi Territory Squatters List and John Morrison son of Patrick Morrison has removed to what will later be Madison County, Alabama|
Thomas Freeman was acting as Registrar to take applications from squatters desiring permission to remain on the land they occupied in Madison county until land sales were held in August 1809 in Nashville. The squatter made application, paid a small fee of six shillings, and Freeman registered them.
Government surveyor Thomas Freeman had, on…
|3||Isaac Morrison Family|
This is the only known picture of Isaac Morrison's family taken about 1909. Isaac's wife Mary Heland Perkins Morrison died the following November of blood poisoning.
|4||James E. Morrison Capture at Appomattox, Virginia |
James E. Morrison was the Great Grandson of Patrick Morrison. James was with Company K, 12th Alabama Regiment CSA. His father was John Morrison born in 1795 in Tennessee.
|5||James Thomas Morrison, Sr.|
Photo of James Thomas Morrison, Sr. with his oldest daughter Mary Ann Morrison Browning's family. Picture was taken before September 1897 since James died 9 Sep 1897 in Starrville, Texas.
|6||Lewis Dalton story|
The history of Lewis Dalton who married Anna Morrison daughter of James Morrison.
|7||Morrison Family of Campbell, Searcy County, Arkansas|
The photo is on the cover of a CD that includes two of the Morrison twins', Absie and Abbie, songs, recorded in Memphis, Tennessee, on June 3, 1930: "Dry and Dusty" and "Ozark Waltz." The house belonged to Lewis Calvin Morrison and was located in Campbell near the old school house.
|8||Patrick Morrison and Sons Sign the Petition for the State of Franklin|
On August 23, 1784, delegates from the North Carolina counties of Washington (that at the time included present day Carter County), Sullivan, Spencer (now Hawkins) and Greene — all counties in present-day Tennessee — convened in the town of Jonesborough and declared the lands independent of North Carolina.
> A petition was drawn up with…
|9||Patrick Morrison History Page 1|
This handwritten history of Patrick Morrison was found in the Roane County, Tennessee Probate's loose papers. The author is unknown. It is believed to have been written about 1900 or before.
|10||Patrick Morrison History Page 2|
This handwritten documents was located in the Roane County, Tennessee Courthouse Probate's loose papers. The author is unknown. It is believed to have been written about 1900 or before.
|11||Patrick Morrison Land Grant for 200 Acres in Washington County, North Carolina 16 Nov 1779|
This was Patrick's first Land Grant in what was later Washington County, Tennessee which is now in Greene County, Tennessee. Then land was on Lick Creek and is said to be above the mouth of Cedar Creek.
|12||Patrick Morrison Land Grant for 300 acres on Jarrotts Branch 26 Jul 1780|
Patrick received two land grants from North Carolina. This is the second one for 300 acres of land on Jarrotts Branch. Although it doesn't specify Lick Creek where his first grant was, from other person's who received grants Jarrotts Branch appears to flow into Lick Creek near Patrick's other grant.
|13||Patrick Morrison Land Grant in Amherst County, Virginia|
15 Aug 1764 Patrick Morrison received a Land Grant of 228 acres of land on the north branch of the Piney River in Amherst County, Virginia. Patrick would sell this land on 5 Aug 1765 to Henry Key. The deed states wife consents but is not named.
|14||Patrick Morrison Sons William, James and David as Witnesses to Deeds in Sullivan County, Tennessee|
These two deeds are where in Dec 1792 William and David Morrison witnessed a deed of Sale from where Forrester Mercer sold William Goad a brother-in-law to the Morrison's 100 acres. Land was located on Beech Creek. Then again in Dec 1792 Forrester Mercer sold Vashel Wright another 100 acres on Beech Creek with William and James as witnesses.
|15||Sarah Elizabeth Morrison White Bible|
This Bible belonged to the youngest daughter of John and Margaret Evans Morrison. Her Bible detailed her Morrison side and her husband Thomas Jefferson White. Sarah was born in 1841.
|16||Some History of the Lewis Dalton Family|
|17||The Sporran Oct 1964 Issue|
Two different queries. One from Ms. L.W. Stoffers (Elsa March Morrison) the great granddaughter of William F. Morrison. William F. was the youngest child of David Morrison son of Patrick Morrison. The second is from David A. Morrison (this could possibly be David Achilles Napolean Morrison) requesting information on Samuel David Morrison and…
|18||Two Patrick Morrisons|
Over the years it was thought that the Patrick Morrison who died in Wilson County, Tennessee was the same Patrick Morrison who signed the Oath of Allegiance in Pittsylvania County, Virginia in 1777. Their two lives as well as their families have been intermingled on genealogy sites as well as with the United States Government.
|19||William, James, and John at Valley Forge, PA in March of 1778|
Patrick Morrison had three sons who served in the 6th Virginia Regiment, Continental Line. This Muster Roll dated April 5th 1778 shows the brothers were Discharged March 16th 1778.