Facts and Events
There is 1 vital record available on MyHeritage for George McKnight Morrow, including birth records, marriage records, and death records. Vital records are historical records that are typically recorded around the actual time of the event, which means they are likely accurate. Vital records include information like the event date and place, and the person's occupation and residence. Vital records also often include information about the person's relatives. For example, birth and marriage records include names of parents and divorce records list the names of children.
In the 1810 Meck. Co. census, George Morrow is located near Jno. W. Morrow and Martha Morrow. In his family 2 males under 10 (b. 1800-1810), 1 male 10-16 (b. 1794-1800), 3 males 16-26 (b. 1784-1794), 1 male over 45 (himself, b. bef 1765), 1 female under 10 (b. 1800-1810), 1 female over 45 (wife).
In the 1820 Meck. Co. census, George Morrow lives near Robert Morrow, John Morrow and William Busby, who married Mary Morrow, Martha Morrow, Isaac Morrow and John W. Morrow. In his family, 1 male 10-15 (b. 1805-1810), 1 male 16-18 (b. 1802-1804), 1 male 18-26 (b. 1794-1802), 2 males 26-45 (1775-1794), 1 male over 45 (self), 1 female under 10, 1 female over 45.
The 1830 census shows no George Morrow over 45, so it is assumed that he died by then.
11/24/1820 John Sloan, sheriff of Mecklenburg Co., at public sale, sells the lands of George Morrow to Wm. Lee Davidson to satisfy a debt owed by Morrow to Davidson. The parcel of 197 acres on the headwaters of Beaverdam Creek was originally owned by John Morrow, dec'd., and left to George Morrow in the Will of John. The tract borders a tract owned by the heirs of Robert Morrow and also land owned by Jno. Connelly with a corner to Alexander Washam's land.
The public sale to satisfy a debt to Wm. Lee Davidson seems to indicate that George had died by then, as there were no goods or possessions available to satisfy the debt. In 1830, the land was bought back by Isaac Morrow, listed in the deed record as the son of George.
Another deed mentions George Morrow and John Connelly: DEED BOOK 23, MECKLENBURG COUNTY, NORTH CAROLINA
Page 264 6228, p 305. 26 May 1828. Trust deed. John B. Connelly was indebted to Robert Wilson in the sum of $470 dated 20 May 1828 and if he failed to pay off the note as contracted the sd Wilson was empowered to sell six tracts of land owned by Connelly viz:  80 A being the land conveyed to Connelly by Alfred D. Kerr adj other lands of Connelly,  62 A adj Miller being the land conveyed to Connelly by John B. Connelly, SR.,  20Ω A adj other lands of Connelly,  53 adj Thos. McCorkle & Miller being the land conveyed to Connelly by Lewis Jetton,  200 A adj Andrew Waggoner, Benton, George Morrow, & James D. Lucas, &  93 A adj Caleb Norwood & Benton. Wit: Thos. Caldwell & James C. Wilson, Jurat. Proven at May Court 1829, test Isaac Alexr., CMC. Reg 5 Oct 1829[sic].
Full name listed on various documents, and lineage downward done by close relatives. However, conenction to John is not proven.
Isaac is named as a son of George in a deed.