Posted by: Beth | July 3, 2012

MRIN-43 Holland Morris Sr. and Sarah English

Holland Morris Sr. and Sarah English

My paternal 5th great grandparents

MRIN-43

Holland Morris

  • Born: about 1783 in Virginia
  • Married: Sarah English about 1810
  • Died: after 1860 in Ohio County, Kentucky. He is last seen in the 1860 census at age 72. He was living alone at this time.
  • Buried:
  • Cause of Death:
  • Parents:

Wife

  • Born: about 1788 in Virginia
  • Married: Holland Morris about 1810
  • Died: between 1850 and 1860 in Ohio County, Kentucky. She is found in the 1850 census at age 62. In the 186o census her husband was living alone.
  • Buried:
  • Cause of Death:
  • Parents:

Their Children

  1. Braxton Morris (1811-1882)
  2. Marsahall Morris (1813-1897)
  3. Amos Morris (1818-1863)
  4. Holland Morris Jr. (1829-1864)
  5. Benjamin Morris (1831-????)
  6. James Morris (1834-????)
  7. Sarah Morris (1838-????)

Sources: Coming Soon

    1. Find A Grave Memorial# 3954017 – Holland Morris (Jr)
    2. Find A Grave Memorial# 20595552 – Amos Morris
    3. 1820 U S Census; Census Place: , Grayson, Kentucky; Page: 145; NARA Roll: M33_21; Image: 160.
    4. 1840 Census; Place: , Grayson, Kentucky; Roll: 112; Page: 148; Image: 298; Family History Library Film: 0007826.
    5. 1850 Census; Census Place: District 1, Ohio, Kentucky; Roll: M432_215; Page: 30A; Image: 509
    6. 1860 Census; Census Place: Cromwell, Ohio, Kentucky; Roll: M653_390; Page: 710; Image: 193; Family History Library Film: 803390
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Responses

  1. Hi, Holland Morris Sr was my 5th great grandfather. Nice to meet you cousin 🙂

    • Hi Abraham, nice to meet you too 🙂
      Which one of his children is your line?

  2. Hi there,
    did your Holland Morris/Sarah English have a son named MArshall? TXS
    B

    • Hi Beth,
      I know that I don’t have a complete list of children for Holland and Sarah yet, so I took a quick look at some family trees on Ancestry.com. The first one that I came upon was that of Abraham Smith who commented above. I hadn’t heard back from him, but his tree has Marshall Morris (1813-1897) as the son of Holland and Sarah and has he the Paternal Y Chromosome DNA test as a positive match. So I’d day that Marshall Morris was most definitely their son. However, this Marshall Morris doesn’t seem to have any information linking him to Texas. I’m going to look for some documented sources and add him to this family group sheet in just a few minutes.


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