m. 8 Oct 1783
Facts and Events
John moved to Hopkins Co. KY in later life. On 24 Nov 1838 George T. Winstead made an oath for John stating he would not sell his 12 slaves and that he planned to emmigrate to Hopkins Co., KY in 1839.
Per 26 Jul 1994 letter from Marsha Greenwood John Morrow was a hatter and farmer. In 1840 he went to what is now Webster Co., KY. In 1850 moved to Hopkins Co., KY. This letter cites that John was Irish and Mary was English, but no sources were mentioned.
Sources: Title: 1850 Hopkins County, Ky Census, Annotated Title: "Webster County Cemeteries, Book I" Source of information on John Morrow is FGS from Marsha Greenwood who list Nancy Ellen Carlberg as her reference.
- 1820 Person Co, NC: Listed as John Murrow in 1820 Person Co., NC census on page 021. - 1830 Person Co, NC: 3m u5, 1m 5-10, 1m 30-40, 1f 5-10, 1f 20-30 (p. 21) - 1840 Hopkins Co, KY: 2 m 5-10; 2 m 10-15; 1 m 15-20; 1 m 40-50; 1 f 5-10; 2 f 30-40 - 1850 Hopkins Co, KY: John Morrow Sr 54 NC; Mary 52 NC; John Jr. 23 NC; Sidney 20 NC; Emily J. 17 NC; James J. age 15 NC - 1860 Hopkins Co., KY: John Morrow Farmer 65 b. NC; Eliza A. 56 b. KY - 1870 Hopkins Co, KY: John Morrow Sr. 75 NC. (alone)