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Genealogy : Strobridge, Morrison or Morison, Strawbridge

Strobridge Morrison or Morison Strawbridge
by Mary A. Stiles Paul Guild
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Lowell, Massachusetts : S.W. Huse & Co., 1891
xviii, 299 p. : ill., coats of arms, ports.

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"Part two. Genealogy of the descendants of William and Sarah (Montgomery) Morrison ... " p. [157]-226.

"A partial genealogy of the Strawbridge family in America" p. [227]- 280: Joseph Strawbridge of Westwood, Md., 1687 -- Rev. Thomas Strawbridge of Carndonah, Co. Donegal, Ire. -- Strawbridge family of Chester Co., Pa. -- Rev. Robert Strawbridge of Baltimore, Md. -- John Strawbridge of Philadelphia and Tioga Co., Pa. -- Strawbridge family of York Co., Pa. -- Dr. George Strawbridge of Philadelphia, Pa.-- Miscellaneous.

William Strobridge was born ca. 1690 in Ireland and married Margaret Henry in 1716. They came immigrated to Massachusetts, ca. 1719 and settled at Middleborough. They had seven children, ca. 1717-1732. He died in 1777. Descendants lived in Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Vermont, Michigan, and elsewhere.

Includes the Dean/Deane, Lull, Montgomery, Williams, and other related families.

William Morrison was the son of Robert Morrison, who arrived at North Bridgewater, Massachusetts, in 1740. He married Sarah Montgomery in 1748. They had five children, 1749-1757. He died as a prisoner of war during the French War in 1758. Descendants listed lived in Massachusetts, Ohio, Maine, and elsewhere.

Includes the Morse, Tinkham, and other related families.

Includes indexes.

"Part two. Genealogy of the descendants of William and Sarah (Montgomery) Morrison ... ": p. [157]-226.

"A partial genealogy of the Strawbridge family in America": p. [227]-280.

Partial page addenda at p. 65, 108, 205. Full page "addenda"--p. 156, [261].

"Errata page"--p. 155.

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