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CRANE - McCULLY SEARCHABLE BIBLIOGRAPHY

MORTON

Date: 12 December 2001

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NOTE: For privacy, we have left the addresses off the references provided us by individuals. If you are interested in contacting any of these people directly, contact me.

1. Anonymous. History of Penobsquis. Kings County Historical and Archival Society.
The "History of Penobsquis" [Kings Co., New Brunswick] was reprinted from copies of the Kings County Historical and Archival Society, Inc. 1986 and 1987 newsletters. We have extracted those notes relating to families associated with John McCully and his brother, Samuel. There are other names that may be of interest through other families (e.g., Hayward or Wallace in-laws, or relatives

-The Free Christian Baptist Church was organized in 1831. In 1840 they erected a church in the Lower Burying Grounds (Pioneer Cemetery) on land that reportedly had been given in 1816 by GEORGE McCULLY. NOTE: There is some confusion on this point. There was no George McCully born in 1816! Elsewhere in this booklet, the claim is made that JOHN McCULLY gave the land to "the proprietors of the Union School House" in 1816, but also that on 18 Mar 1826 ROBERT COLPITTS gave them land he had bought from John McCully on 10 May 1822. The latter seems the most likely, but apparently some land had been donated by JOHN McCULLY in 1816 for Union School, and Colpitts donated adjacent land for the meeting house in 1826. It isn't clear whether the cemetery was on the first or second donation. The church was taken down by ROLAND MORTON in 1875 and moved to Springdale, where it was rebuilt as a mill, store, and later a barn.

-The Kedron School was built on the SAMUEL T. MORTON property, later owned by CHESTER ROBINSON. Samuel T. Morton ran the Kedron post office out of his house before 1898, and for some years used a building on his property as a courthouse and Sunday school. About 1898, the building was moved down to the border between the properties of R. C. McQuinn Jr. and JOSEPH TEAKLES.

-Early merchants in Penobsquis were SAMUEL H. HAYWARD, HARRY MORTON, GEORGE STOCKTON, and C. N. ROBINSON.

MORTON FAMILY-The Mortons were English Loyalists. CAPT. GEORGE AUGUSTUS MORTON came to New Brunswick and took up a grant in 1786 on the banks of the Kennebecasis River. He had 7 sons and 1 daughter - SAMUEL, ELKANAH, GEORGE AUGUSTUS II, NELSON, ROLAND ALEXANDER and ALEXANDER ROLAND (twins), JOHN and SARAH. Most of them lived in Penobsquis and have many descendants locally.

FREEZE Family - The Freezes came to Nova Scotia from England. In 1800, William FREEZE and two sons left Cumberland, N.S. for Kentucky. They crossed the Bay of Fundy to the Petitcodiac River, crossed over the Portage Hills, and saw the Kennebecasis valley, decided to settle there, instead.
Four sons: Samuel FREEZE was a stone mason, had a brick kiln, and built the first brick house in Penobsquis, built chimneys and cellar walls, and carved tombstones. He started what may have been the earliest Masonic Lodge in New Brunswick [Zion #21]. He was a member of the New Brunswick Legislature. His son, Samuel Nelson FREEZE, was High Sheriff of Kings County for 35 years, and his great-grandson was Deputy Sheriff for several years.

2. Anonymous. 1851. 1851 New Brunswick censuses - Kings County and Northumberland County.
Sussex Parish, Kings County, N.B.
Samuel McCULLY, [widower of
Sarah MORTON], 64y, farmer, b. Canada
George, son, 34, born N.B.
Elizabeth, wife's son, 27, born N.B.

Samuel MORTON, 61, farmer
Catherine, 58
William, 30
George, 27
James, 23
Michael, 21
Samuel, 17
Frances, 16
Abigail, 13

3. R. Caldwell. 1997. [Information on New Brunswick Morton and Hayward families]. e-mail. 21 Nov 1997.
E-mail from: Ross W. Caldwell, Gloucester, Ontario
"Samuel Freeze (b. ca 1822, d. 23 Aug 1870) married
Sarah E. Morton (b. ca 1820) on 18 Jul 1846 in Kings County, NB. He was a farmer and a hotel keeper in Norton Parish of Kings County, NB. He died of consumption. Samuel was a son of John Freeze (1787-11 Nov 1865) and Ann (Nancy) Snider (ca 1787-31 May 1856). They farmed in Penobsquis. John and his parents are buried in Pioneer Cemetery, Penobsquis, NB.
Samuel's grandparents were William Freeze (b. 1745 in Hovingham, Yorkshire, d. 1812 in Penobsquis) and Mary Bulmer (d. ca 1790). William and Mary were married in Hovingham in 1770. I have a copy of their marriage record. They came to Nova Scotia in 1772.
"Samuel Freeze took the census of the district in 1861. He listed himself, his wife Sarah, age 41 and children Henry, age 14, Abigail, age 7, George, age 3.
"In the 23 Dec 1937 issue of the Kings County Record (published in Sussex, NB) is the obituary of George M. Freeze, son of Samuel and Elizabeth Freeze. It also said he was for many years proprietor of the River View Hotel at the Norton end of the Hampton Village bridge. He apparently inherited the hotel from his father. It also said his mother's name was Elizabeth. Do you know if Sarah's middle name was Elizabeth? My record shows Sarah E.
"George had two surviving children, Mrs. A. J. Sollows, Halifax, NS and Miss Ethel Freeze, Montreal, Quebec. His wife was born Annie Jackson. Also listed as a survivor was brother Frank Freeze, living in Boston, MA. Frank was listed in the 1871 census, but Abigail was missing. Henry Freeze married Lydia A Morton on 15 Dec 1880. I have nothing more on this family.
I have published a partial genealogy of the Freezes. My wife was born Evelyn Freeze and she is a greatgreat granddaughter of William Freeze who came to Nova Scotia in 1772. A great great grandmother of mine was also a Freeze, hence my interest in the family.

4. H. Cartwright. 1994. Queries:Morton. Generations (59):62.
Hazel Cartwright, 136 N. Wildwood Ave., Glendora, CA 91741, was seeking information on:
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George MORTON 1763-1839, m. Agnes HUTCHINS ca. 1789, of Sussexvale, Kings Co., N.B.; son Alexander MORTON b. 14 Aug 1815, d. 1890 in Salisbury, N.B.

5. S. Colby. 2000. [Nova Scotia Mortons]. e-mail . 14 March 2000.
Sandra Colby posted the following on the internet:
George Harvey Morton married Ann Eleanor Bruce.
Children were
1-George Harvey Morton b:Nov 14, 1860 in Shelburne,
NS; d: Jan 30, 1933 in Lynn, MA, USA; m: Bessie A.
Bower in 1897 in Peabody, MA, USA. (she b:Dec 26, 1864
in Yarmouth, NS; d:June 14, 1964 Gardiner, ME, USA)
2-Wentworth Bruce Morton b:Dec 28, 1862
3-John Douglas Morton b:Dec 12, 1864
4-Charlotte Emma Morton b: Aug 15,1869

ALL children were baptised Dec 14, 1869 at parishes of
Saint George & Saint Patrick in Shelburne, NS. They
were living in the Jordon Bridge section at that time.
This is from the Shelburne Genealogical Society records.

6. R. M. Cusack. Undated. Yesteryear, Kings County marriages: Register A, 1812-1844. Saint John, New Brunswick: Self-published. 205pp.
Marriages in Kings County, New Brunswick
-Samuel McCULLY, Sussex farmer, and
Sarah MORTON, Sussex, 2 May 1816; witnesses: George G. HAYWARD and George SNIDER.
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Samuel MORTON, Sussex farmer, and Catherine HAYWARD, Sussex, 9 May 1816; witnesses John McCULLY and William WALLACE.
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Nelson MORTON and Jane McLEOD, both Sussex, 15 Mar 1821; witnesses: George MORTON and Samuel McCULLY.

7. R. M. Cusack. Undated. Yesteryear. Kings County marriages, Register B. Saint John, New Brunswick: Self-published. 245pp.
-Horatio Nelson McCULLY married
Mary MORTON, both of Sussex, 8 Mar 1845; witnesses George MORTON and Jonathan McLEOD
-George McCULLY of Sussex m. Elizabeth GOOD of Studholm, 20 Jun 1850; witnesses William MORTON and Magdalin GOOD.

8. Cynthia. 2000. Goodwin-Morton connection. e-mail . 29 Feb 2000.
"Cynthia" posted the following inquiry on the Nova Scotia Rootsweb site: "Would anyone have access to any records or published source which would show,
Wells MORTON married to Kezia(Kesia) GOODWIN living in Arglye, NS with their children. They had about 7or 8 girls and 1 boy. The time frame would be ca 1770-1798."

9. M. M. Dance. 2001. [Information on Morton family]. e-mail . 6 Dec 2001.
Marlene Morton DANCE wrote:
"On Jan 8, 1926, in the Kings County Record, an article titled "Record of the Morton Family" was published. It was written by my Great Grandfather Butler Hutchison who was born near Sussex, N. B.
I have a photocopy of his original type written notes outlining the descendents of
George Augustus Morton and Agnes Hutchinson. They are buried in the Pioneer Cemetery in Penobsquis, N.B. together with a great number of MORTONS including Samuel and Catherine (Hayward) Morton. My misspelling of Hayward as Haywood, comes from my Great Grandfathers notes, but the dates match.
Samuel Morton was the eldest of seven sons and one daughter born to the above George Morton and Agnes Hutchinson. According to my great grandfather's notes, when Samuel left home to do for himself, he bought a farm five or six miles east of the homestead ( on the Kennebecasis River). His notes go on to give information about the 8 children including who they married and how many children. He kept updating his notes until his death in 1937. He corresponded with any family member he could find."

10. M. Daniels. 2001. William Price and Elizabeth Ann (Betsy) Morton. e-mail . 1 March 2001.
Michelle Daniels (from Maine) posted this inquiry:
Seeking information on any of the following people:
WILLIAM PRICE b c 1828 NB Canada d young. m.
ELIZABETH ANN "BETSY" MORTON b
1841 d 1929 Boston MA, daug of
Francis MORTON& Margaret TABOR of Kings Co, NB. [Francis b 1803 d 1885 was from Penobsquis, Kings Co, NH and Margaret Ann Tabor b 1803 d 1886 was from Hammond Vale, Kings Co, NB.]
m. 22 Oct 1855 NB, listed in 1861 Kent county census.
William could poss. be the son of William PRICE SR. and Sarah ? of Kent Co,
Trying to find proof of this. Had Brother James Price m
Sarah Jane Morton,
sister of Besty.
Children of William & Betsy:
Elijah, m Ruxby C. Dobson
Ephriam m Sarah Eliz. Price (Price/Webb family)
Annie m. Edward Matthew
Alice m. Cook
Margaret, Susan, William, Sarah, Jane, & Kate b c 1870 .
It is said William died young and Widow took children and went to the states poss around 1870's, Also that Betsy lived with a Charlie Price on the Gorge Rd (unknown what town) after Williams death. Elijah & Ephriam returned to NB.

11. J. Fraser, S. R. Wilbur, J. Thurber and B. Logan. 2001. [Elkanah Morton information]. e-mails
March 2001.
This was a question Joyce Fraser asked on the internet, with responses:
Looking for information on
Elkanah Morton b. 1701/2 in Plymouth, MA - and Elizabeth HOLMES b. 1701 born also in Plymouth, MA. I am particularly interested in their son Elkanah Jr born about 1731 who married Elizabeth Newcombe or Rebecca Tupper (or possibly even both ) .

Date: Tue, 7 Mar 2000 11:01:56 -0400

Thanks for responding to my query I now have three Elkanah's - Here is what I have so far:

I. Elkanah born Oct 1702; m. Elizabeth Holmes
ii.
Elkanah Jr. b. 13 Jan 1731 m. 1) Rebecca Tupper [ 2) ? Belcher and 3) Elizabeth Newcomb
a.
Elkanah Jr. born 1761. m. Lucy Wheelock
b.
George (George Augustus) Morton, b. 1763 d.1839 md. Agnes Hutchinson.
1.
Alexander Morton b. 1814/5 d- 1890 m. Elizabeth O'Brian b. bet 1822/24 Coverdale, NB
aa.
James Alphonso Morton b. 1844 Salisbury - 1921 m. Amanda Wheaton b. ca. 1843
bb.
Flora Morton b. Nov 1888 - d. 28 Feb 1967 (my grandmother) m. George Vernon Steeves b. 25 Apr 1885 - 27 Apr 1973 Sackville, NB.
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My response: Joyce, here's part of an answer from the Cornvallis, N. S. township
books:
> Elkanah MORTON and Rebecca ___ have children listed as born
beginning 1761.
> Elemuel MORTON and Martha NEWCOMB have children listed beginning
1781.
> There are Elizabeth NEWCOMBs listed as marrying TUPPERs and PINEOs.
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From John ___ in Connecticut:
Elkanah Morton was b. last of Oct 1702
Elkanah Morton jr was B 13 Jun 1731
Elkanah Morton jr married Rebecca Tupper at Sandwich, Barnstable, Mass. 21Oct 1752 or 12 Dec 1752
Elizabeth Newcombe married Joseph Day, Boston, Mass. 30 Mar 1741
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Forwarded by Barbara Logan: From Planters and Pioneers by E.C. Wright, it says:
MORTON, Elkanah.......Cornwallis 1761 b 1731, prob Dartmouth, Mass; son of Elkanah and Elizabeth HOLMES Morton, d 1824. married Rebecca TUPPER; m. (2nd.)_____BELCHER; m. (3rd) Elizabeth NEWCOMB.
Ch: Roland, Lemuel.,Sarah, Mary, Elkanah,Jr; George Rebecca,(not a typo) Samuel.
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From John Thurber:
As you're getting into my kin here, thought I'd try to help. From
Eaton's History of Kings County :
The children of Elkanah and Rebecca Morton are listed as:-
1. Roland Morton, who md. (1) Alice Newcomb (d/o John & Mercy) (2) Hannah
Gore.
2. Lemuel Morton, b. 1753/54 md. Martha Newcomb (my
gggg-grandparents).Major Lemuel Morton,M.P.P., was Major of the 6th
Battalion of Militia, and represented the town of Cornwallis in the
government from 1806-1812. Martha Newcomb,b. 1760, was the first child born
in Cornwallis, after the arrival of the Connecticut Planters. She was
daughter of John Newcomb Jr. and Mercy Barnaby,and grand-daughter of Deacon
John Newcomb and Alice Lumbert(or Lombard) of Lebanon CT.
3. Sarah Morton,md. 1774, Pern Terry, son of Capt. John and Rachel Terry.
4. Mary Morton, md 1774, Asa Beckwith,son of Samuel.
5. Elkanah Morton Jr., b. 1761, md. (1) Lucy Wheelock , daughter of Obediah
. (2) ____? Elkanah lived in Digby County,where he held such offices as -
J.P., Deputy Registrar of Deeds, Deputy Collector of Impost and Excise,
Deputy Collector of Customs, Justice of Inferior Court, Judge of Probate of
Wills, and others. He died May 14, 1848 (info from Hist. of Digby Co.)
6. George (George Augustus) Morton, b. 1763 d.1839 md. Agnes Hutchinson.
7. Rebecca b. 1765.
8. Samuel b. 1767 d. 1811

12. Genealogical Research Institute. 1978. Morton Family history. Washington, D.C.: Heritage Press. 90p + appendicesp.
There is no Canadian information in this, but the information on the Massachusetts Mortons may be useful as we track family connections - copy is at Genealogical Forum of Oregon library, Portland.

13. K. E. Kanner. 1993. Early families revisited. Moncton, New Brunswick: Privately published.
HAYWARD FAMILY - Abigail COPP relatives; also possibly second marriage family of John McCULLY
1 - Henry HAYWARD b. ca. 1744 "possibly in Ireland"; d. 25 Mar 1808 Hopewell, N.B., 63 years. Married 1st Isabella GRIFFITH(S) chr. 1751, d. 17 Jan 1789 Newport Hants Co., Nova Scotia. Five children:
2 - George Griffith HAYWARD b. ca 1773 Ireland; d. 24 Nov 1856 Sussex, Kings Co., N.B. Married ca. 1797 Abigail COPP, dau. of David and Mary (PIKE) COPP, b. 17 Apr 1780 Horton, Kings Co. N.S. d. 13 Mar 1860 Sussex, Kings, N.B. Ten children:
3 - David HAYWARD b. 14 Jan 1799 Newport, N.S.; d. 28 Sep 1886 Sussex, N.B.; m. 25 Jan 1821 Sarah McCULLY.
3 - Humphrey HAYWARD b. 1801 Newport, N.S.; d. 18 Sept 1854 Sussex, N.B.; m. 1st Sarah GRAVES 20 Mar 1823; m 2nd Hannah KETCHUM 10 May 1838.
3 - Mary HAYWARD b. 21 Jun 1803 Hopewell, N.B.; d. 20 Apr 1894 Sussex, N.B.; m 1st Xenophon COUGLE 17 Feb 1820; m 2nd Thomas McCLELLAN.
3 - Catherine HAYWARD b. 1805 Hopewell, N.B.; d. 10 Apr 1864 St. John, N.B.; m. Isaac CLEVELAND 18 Dec 1823.
3 - Henry HAYWARD b. 28 Mar 1808 Hopewell, N.B.; d. 5 Feb 1877 Sussex, N.B.; m. Frances PARLEE m. 30 Jun 1830.
3 - William HAYWARD b. 25 Dec 1810 Hopewell, N.B.; d. 10 Mar 1881 Sussex, N.B.; m. Sophia GUIMARIO 2 Jul 1831; m 2nd Mary HAGERTY c. 1850.
3 - Abigail HAYWARD b. ca. 1813 Sussex, N.B.; d. 10 Jun 1833 Sussex, N.B.; m. Rev. Michael PICKLES 5 Jul 1832.
3 - Sarah HAYWARD b. ca 1815 Sussex; d. 8 Dec 1830, age 15.
3 - Jane HAYWARD b. ca. 1820 Sussex; d. St. John, N.B.;
m. William PUGSLEY 23 Jan 1841.
3 - Isabella HAYWARD b. ca 1823 Sussex; d. fall 1881 St. John, N.B.; m. 1st Dr.David McLELLAN; m 2nd Joseph COUGLE.
2 - William HAYWARD b. ca. 1775 Ireland? d. 1850 Hopewell, N.B. M. Jane VIRGIE? ca. 1798.
2 - James HAYWARD b. 16 Dec 1785 Windsor Twp., Hants, N.S.; d. 3 Jul 1858 Goshen, N.B.; m. Elizabeth STEVENS 19 Oct 1808 (Elizabeth b. ca. 1790).
2 - Bruce Hunter HAYWARD bapt. Dec 1785 Windsor Twp. N.S.; d. Dec 1785 at birth.
3 - John HAYWARD b. 9 May 1787 Windsor Twp., N.S.; d. 1 May 1876 St. Cloud, Minn.; m. ca. 1811 Margaret SCHECK/SHECK.

2nd Marriage of Henry HAYWARD to Jane Mc_____ 15 Dec 1790. Jane died ca 1797 Windsor Twp, Hants, N.S. Three children:
2 - Catherine HAYWARD b. 20 Jan 1792 Windsor Twp, N.S.; d. Sussex, N.B.; m.
Samuel MORTON 9 May 1816.
2 - Henry HAYWARD b. 27 Jul 1794 Windsor Twp, N.S.; petitioned for land in Sussex 1812.
2 - Mathew HAYWARD b. 14 Oct 1796 Windsor Twp., N.S.' m. Margaret______.

3rd marriage of Henry HAYWARD to Nancy COPP ca. 1803; 2 children:
2 - Sara HAYWARD b. 7 May 1804 Hopewell, N.B.
2 - Jonathan Copp HAYWARD chr. 1806 Hopewell, N.B.; lived in Amherst Co. N.S. in 1827; m. Sarah GOODWIN ca. 1827.

MORTON FAMILY - relatives of Samuel McCULLY, John's brother; also possibly of John's mother by marriage into HAYWARD family!
1 - Elkanah MORTON and Elizabeth (HOLMES) MORTON
2 - Elkanah MORTON b. 13 Jul 1731 MA,USA; d. 1824 Kings Co., N.B. Three marriages: Rebecca TUPPER 12 Dec 1752 (Rebecca b. 14 Oct 1724); ____ BELCHER; and Elizabeth NEWCOMB. Eight children by Rebecca TUPPER, one by ___BELCHER.
3 - Lemuel MORTON b. 1753; d. 30 Apr 1810; m. Martha NEWCOMB, 8 children.
3 - Sarah MORTON m. Peru TERRY, 11 children.
3 - Roland MORTON m. 1st Alice NEWCOMB 2 children; m 2nd Hannah GORE 7 children.
3 - Mary MORTON m. Isa BECKWITH.
3 - Elkanah MORTON b. 26 Jul 1761; d. 14 May 1848 Digby, N.S.
3 - George MORTON b. 7 Jun 1763; d. 29 Sep 1839 Penobsquis, N.B., age 70y3m22d [author notes that grave stone says b.1769]; m. Agnes HUTCHINSON chr. 1771; d. 26 Mar 1839 age 69y1m.
3 - Rebecca MORTON b. ca. 1765.
3 - Samuel MORTON b. 7 Sep 1767; d. 21 Apr 1811.
3 - Silas MORTON (by Second Wife).

14. P. Keroack. 2001. Hayward/Morton line. e-mail . 20 Oct 2001.
Paul Keroack of Stratford, CT, doing research on MORTON for a friend, wrote:
"The connection I have is to George Augustus Morton, b. 7th June 1763 and Agnes Hutchinson, b. 15th Feb 1771, listed as parents of Samuel, b. 14th April 1790. My friend has these names, with these birth dates, as part of a list of 19 ancestral names written years ago by a relative on a sheet of lined paper. The listing does not give relationships except for the marriage of George and Agnes noted as 7th July 1789. I suppose it may be copied from pages of a family bible.
"So far, the oldest ancestor I have clearly linked to the Morton line I am tracing is a
John Morton and wife Emma E. Stockton, parents of Fletcher Edward (or Edward Fletcher) Morton (10 Jan 1861 - 14 July 1935). His death record in Bridgeport CT lists his birth place as 'Canada'.
"There is also on my list a John Morton b. 30th of July 1839 who I am so far guessing may be the father of Fletcher noted above. This John is presumably a son of one of the nine children of George and Agnes."

15. A. Macaulay. 2000. Morton-Pennington connections. e-mail 2 Dec 2000.
I had the following exchange with Andrew Macaulay (Rothesay, NB)
"Sandy, On your Hayward web page you have two Penningtons marrying two Mortons.
My gggrandmother was Elizabeth Pennington Rowe (Roe) (1825 - 11 Nov 1898)
and she had a sister by the name of Martha who married a Morton in Moncton, NB.
Do you have any other details on these Pennington sisters?"

1-Samuel MORTON
b. 8 May 1790, Penobsquis, NB
d. 8 Dec 1871, Penobsquis, NB
& Catherine HAYWARD
2-
James H. MORTON
b. 13 Jan 1825, Penobsquis. NB
d. 28 Aug 1899, Moncton, NB
& Martha PENNINGTON
b. 17 Oct 1840, Lowton Leigh, Lancashire, England
d. 9 Aug 1921, Moncton, NB
m. 23 Nov 1866, Salisbury, NB
3- Charles Edgar MORTON*
b. 29 Dec 1867
d. 3 Jan 1949
& Married 1st Bertha Grace MILLS
m. 11 Jan 1899
& Married 2nd Sarah Jane MORTON
b. 16 Mar 1871
d. 11 Dec 1958
m. 17 May 1905
3- Herbert MORTON
b. 1871
3- Inia MORTON
b. 1872
3-Robbert MORTON
b. 1879
2-
Samuel T MORTON
b. 1832
& Marian A PENNINGTON
b. 1837
d. 10 Jul 1878, Cardwell, NB
m. 25 Oct 1865, Sussex, NB
3-Alfretta MORTON
b. 31 Dec 1872
3-Mary MORTON
b. 4 Jan 1876

[My response: Andrew,the PENNINGTON records on the Hayward pages are one source only, a
several page report by B. H. Morton of Vancouver, B.C. that I obtained from a
friend in Ottawa. In general,the names in the paper have proven prettyaccurate when I tried to check them out. Unfortunately, the paper doesn't have any dates or places, just the names, so it is of limited use.
I checked some of the other New Brunswick references I have on hand, but only found one other PENNINGTON mention: from John Elliott's cemetery books for Kings County - At the site of the old Cardwell Baptist Church in Penobsquis: Mary, beloved wife of John PENNINGTON, died 4 Sep 1864, age 64. [NOTE from Andrew Macaulay: John and Mary Pennington were parents of Martha and Marian Morton.]]

16. S. McCully. [Nova Scotia and New Brunswick land transactions involving Samuel McCULLY of Horton, Richibucto, and Sussex - brother of John McCULLY]. Halifax, Nova Scotia; Fredericton, New Brunswick: Provincial Archives. [NOTE: husband of Sarah MORTON]
Samuel McCULLY, brother of William and John, was involved in the following land actions, documented in the public archives of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
12 Apr 1809 - From William McCULLY (Horton) to his brothers John and Samuel McCULLY (Horton) - £60 - William's rights to the 600 acres at Great Village, Londonderry, left to them in their father's estate - witnesses (at Horton): Oliver LYMAN and John COCHRAN.
20 Nov 1809 or 1810? - From John McCULLY and Samuel McCULLY (Horton) to William SPENCER (Londonderry) - £110 - Great Village land left to them in their father's estate - 600 acres - witnesses: Joseph MAHON and Joseph SPENCER [note: the year is left off the deed, but William sold his share in Apr 1807 and John was representing himself as "of Hillsborough" in April 1811, so the sale likely took place in 1809 or 1810]
20 Sep 1812 -Richibucto residents Samuel McCULLY age 24), Andrew PARISH (23), Lewis Anthony MULHAW? (22), Joseph PERKINS (33) (all bachelors) and John WHETEN (age 28 in Feb 1813, had family) apply for crown land at Richibucto; reapplication 15 Feb 1813; granted 1815 - 200 acres for Samuel. Original application had not been processed because it conflicted with another grant; land they eventually received was apparently near the first request.
4 Mar 1815 - From Samuel McCULLY (farmer, Kings County) to Andrew Sterling RITCHIE (City of Saint John) - £15 - 200 acre grant on Richibucto River (see above) - witnesses: John McCULLY and Jacob POWELL.
8 Aug 1816 - To Samuel McCULLY (Sussex) from John and Mary McCULLY (farmer, Sussex) - £200 - 450 acres in Sussex, part of what John bought from James and Catherine WALLACE in 1811 - Witnesses: George PITTFIELD and Samuel PITTFIELD.
3 Nov 1828 - From John McCULLY (formerly of Sussex) to Samuel McCULLY (brother, Sussex) - power of attorney to sell John's 200 acre land grant in Sussex - witness: Robert McMONAGLE.
15 Jun 1830 - From Samuel McCULLY (Sussex) for John McCULLY (U.S.A.) to Robert McMONAGLE - £17-10 shillings - 200 acre land grant in Sussexvale - witnesses: George H. HAZEN and John SCOTT.
19 Jul 1852 - To Samuel McCULLY (yeoman, Sussex) from Horatio Nelson McCULLY (yeoman, Sussex) and Mary McCULLY - £200 - Sussex, lot 44 and part of lot 43 - 220 acres - witness: A. C.EVANSON.
19 Jul 1852 - To Samuel McCULLY (yeoman, Sussex) from
George and Isabella MORTON (Sussex) - £250 - Lot 9, Salmon River, Sussex - 200 acres - witness: A. C. EVANSON.
1852? - From Samuel McCULLY (yeoman, Sussex) to George McCULLY (yeoman, Sussex) - £250 - half of lot 9 and half of lot 44, Sussex - 210 acres.

17. G. McCully. 1996. Family of Samuel McCully (1786-1859. Orleans, Ontario:
This is a 4-page chart showing the known descendants of Samuel McCULLY of Sussex, New Brunswick - the brother of John and William McCully. It was prepared by one of Samuel's descendants George L. McCully, 1458 Thurlow Street, Orleans, Ontario, CANADA K4A 1X4

1. Samuel McCULLY (1786-5 Feb 1859)
Spouse:
Sarah MORTON (26 May 1792 -25 Jul 1831); m. 2 May 1816.
(1) George M. McCULLY (1817-25 Apr 1873)
Spouse: Elizabeth GOOD (1824 - 15 Sep 1869)
(a) John Good McCULLY (23 Jul 1852 - 3 Apr 1853)
(b) George Marshall McCULLY (1855 - 18 Jun 1887)
(2) Horatio Nelson McCULLY (1818 - 1887)
Spouse:
Mary F. MORTON (1828-1879); m. 8 Mar 1845
(a) Sarah McCULLY (1846- )
(b) John Albert McCULLY (1847 - )
Spouse: Mary B. _____ (1848- )
(i) Frank F. McCULLY (1871- )
(ii) Milburn B. McCULLY (1876- )
(iii) William A. McCULLY (1877- )
(c) Mary Jane McCULLY (1849- ); m. 16 Nov 1872.
Spouse: Sanford B. STEEVES, Coverdale, NB
(d) Horatio McCULLY (1851- )
(e) Julia E. McCULLY (7 Apr 1853- )
Spouse: Charles GAILEY Jr. (12 Nov 1840- )
(i) Agnes GAILEY (1879- )
(ii) John W. GAILEY (31 Dec 1880 - )
(iii) Charles H. GAILEY (24 Nov 1883- )
(iv) Anetta P. GAILEY (24 Jul 1886- )
(v) George H. GAILEY (18 Apr 1888- )
(vi) Jennie A. GAILEY (11 May 1892- )
(f) William Mortimer McCULLY (1855 - 23 May 1926)
(g) Melborne McCULLY (1856-1860)
(h) George Howard McCULLY (5 Sep 1860-14 Mar 1942)
m. 1st Mary Jane DOYLE (1869-24 Dec 1895)
(i) George Sherman McCULLY (1 Jul 1892 -
5 Apr 1971). Spouse: Jessie Mae HUBLEY
(1 Mar 1906-2 Sep 1980); mar. 2 Mar 1928
l. Gerald Reade McCULLY
Spouse: Shirley Pauline DAVIDSON

2. George Lawrence McCULLY
Spouse: Doreen Annette McINTYRE

(ii) Flossie McCULLY (21 Dec 1894 - 1975)
Spouse: John Arthur DAVIDSON (1889-1961)

(iii) Mary Jane McCULLY (17 Nov 1895 - 1980)
Spouse: William Rufus LOCKHART
(14 Sep 1893 - 1962)

Married 2nd Minnie WILSON (13 Mar 1867-1962)
(iv) Clarence M. McCULLY (28 Mar 1899-1983)
Spouse: M. Grace WALLEY (1899-1988)
(v) Lunette McCULLY (24 May 1900 - )
Spouse: Darrell C. MacARTHUR (1898-1968)
(i) Willard McCULLY (1862-1887)
(j) Samuel McCULLY (1864 - )
(3) William McCULLY ( - )

18. G. M. McCully. 1996. [George M. McCully family]. letter. 19 Aug 1996.
George W. McCully made a genealogical trip to Nova Scotia and New Brunswick in Aug 1996. Pertinent comments from a letter to us follow.
"An interesting document I came across at Land Registry [Fredericton, N.B.]. On April 10, 1895, W. Mortimer McCULLY, J. Albert McCULLY and Elizabeth his wife (two of my grandfather's brothers), relinquished to
Isabel MORTON, dau. of Horatio Nelson MORTON Senior, 'all our individual interest in all the real estate of the late Horatio N. Morton Senior, who died intestate, and in all those certain pieces or parcels of land situate lying and being in the Parish of Cardwell...', for the sum of five dollars. I can see what happened: the father of W. Mortimer and J. Albert, my great grandfather Horatio Nelson McCULLY, married Mary MORTON, another daughter of Horatio Nelson MORTON, therefore, as grandchildren of the deceased, the brothers could have some claim on his estate... All three acknowledged residency 'at Salem in the State of Massachusetts' at that time."
"John Albert [McCULLY] and his family returned to Salem some time between the 1881 and 1891 census, and they and William Mortimer [McCULLY] were residing there at the time of William Mortimer's death in 1926. (His body was returned to Penobsquis for burial in the family plot in the Pioneer Cemetery.) In 1926, Mrs. Charles GAILEY nee McCULLY, a sister, was also residing at Salem."
"John Albert McCULLY's family was listed in the 1881 census for Kings County, as follows:
-Albert McCULLY, 44, Scottish, b. New Brunswick; F.N.Baptist; currier
-Mary B., 43, English, b. USA
-Frank A. McCULLY, 10, b. USA
-Milburn B. McCULLY, 5, b. New Brunswick
-William A. McCULLY, 4, b. New Brunswick"

19. G. McCully. 1997. [McCullys in Massachusetts]. e-mail. 11 Nov 1997.
"My grandfather George Howard's [McCULLY] older brother, Albert [McCULLY] (b. ca 1847) left N.B. prior to the 1871 census, but returned to take over his father's [Horatio Nelson McCULLY] farm in 1874. He returned to N.B. with a wife, Mary ____ (b. ca 1848 in the U. S.) and a son, Frank F. McCULLY (b. ca 1871, also in the U. S.). Albert sold the farm to his brother, William Mortimer McCULLY, in 1877 and again left N.B. William Mortimer sold the farm and left shortly thereafter, also.
"So, to the Salem [MA] connection. A quit-claim deed relative to some property belonging to the father of Horatio's wife (a
MORTON) indicates that W. Mortimer McCULLY, J. Albert McCULLY and his wife Elizabeth McCULLY were residents of Salem, Mass., at that time. A younger brother of Albert et al., Samuel F. McCULLY and his wife Roxie McCULLY were residents of Fitchburg [Worcester Co.], Mass., at the same time.
"A 1926 obituary in the Kings County 'Record', Sussex, notes that the remains of William Mortimer McCULLY were returned to be buried in the family plot at Penobsquis (Sussex Vale), 'leaving to mourn his brothers, Howard [George Howard McCULLY, my grandfather), Petitcodiac, N. B., and Albert McCULLY, of Salem, Mass., as well as two sisters, Julia E. [McCULLY], wife of Charles GAILEY (son of Horatio McCully's neighbor at Head of Millstream, NB) of Salem, Mass., and Mary Jane [McCULLY], wife of Sanford STEEVES (originally from Hopewell area) of Fargo, ND."

20. B. H. Morton. Record of the Morton family: family tree of one of Kings County's oldest families down to sixth generation. Vancouver, British Columbia:
This genealogy of the Kings County, New Brunswick Morton family was supplied to us by George McCully in 1996. No dates are given except that George Morton Sr. was a British officer in the Revolutionary War.
1-George Augustus Morton
2-Samuel Morton m. Katy Haywood
3-George E. Morton m. Ann McLeod
3-Michael Morton m. Eliza McCready
3-Edwin Morton m. a Hutchinson
3-Sarah Morton m. Samuel Freeze
3-Jane Morton m. Oliver Scott
3-William Morton
3-James Morton m. Martha Pennington
3-Fannie Morton m. George Morton (cousin)
3-Abbie Morton m. George Morton (same as above)
3-Samuel Morton m 1st Marian Pennington;2nd Anne Anderson.
2-Elkanah Morton m 1st Polly Ogleby/Ogilvy; 2nd Phoebe Pugsley.
2-George Augustus Morton m. Mary Sipperal
3-Ezekiel Morton m. Phoebe Sipperal
3-Sarah Morton m. John Sproul
3-Agnes Morton
3-Deborah Morton
3-Roland Morton m. Anne Crockett
3-Rachael Morton m. James Hutchinson
3-Catherine Morton m. A. J. McLellan
3-Seth Morton m. M. Stickler
3-Lydia Morton m. Sam McCready
3-Butler Morton m. Mary C. Sherwood
2-Nelson Morton m. Jan McLeod
3-Robert Morton m. Isabel Prible
3-George Morton m. Abbie Pugsley, Abbie Morton, and Fannie Morton.
3-William Morton m. Julia Freeze
3-MARY MORTON m. NELSON McCULLY (see below)
3-Betsy Morton m. Abner Freeze
3-Agnes Morton m. Robert Pugsley
3-Isabel Morton
3-Sarah Morton m. Gideon McLeod
2-Roland A. Morton m. Caroline Scott
3-Sarah Ann Morton m. Wesley McLeod
2-Alexander R. Morton m. Betsy Lyden
3-Wilfred Morton m. Belle Snider
3-John Morton m. Emma Stockton
3-Lucy Morton m. Sam Snider
3-Wellington Morton
3-Tom Morton m. Amelia Pugsley
3-Louise Morton
2-John Morton
2-SARAH MORTON m. SAMUEL McCULLY
3-NELSON McCULLY m. MARY MORTON
4-Albert McCully
4-Horatio McCully
4-Mortimer McCully
4-Howard McCully
3-GEORGE McCULLY m. BETSY GOOD
4-George Marshall McCully
4-William McCully

21. New Brunswick Provincial Archives. 1856. Will of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman. Fredericton, New Brunswick: Provincial Archives.
TheWill of George Griffith Hayward, yeoman, Sussex Parish, Kings Co., New Brunswick - 23 Aug 1856.
1. Debts to be paid first.
2. To wife Abigail £40 yearly; sons Henry and William to each pay £20/year as long as she lives, as long as she doesn't remarry and ask for dowry. Also to Abigail, the use of her and George's house, yard, furniture, etc., as long as she lives.
3. To son David the two lots currently in his possession: lot 14 (260 acres) and lot B (140 acres), plus all buildings and improvements.
4. To grandson Handford Hayward, son of late Humphrey Hayward, the lot Humphrey had that George had purchased from James McAffie; Handford to pay £15 for it, to go to
William Morton (Norton?), son of Samuel Morton.
5. To son Henry lot #58 bounded on the west by land George bought from Philip Force, on the north by Trout Creek, and on the east by Mrs. Bowser's land - 200 acres.
Also to Henry, 200 acres of lot 57 which George purchased from Philip Force, except for that part reserved for Abigail's use until she dies; then it goes to Henry.
6. To son William the hill land purchased from John Hennigar and Samuel - William must pay off the £158 mortgage. Also William gets 90 acres of lot 57 currently in his possession.
7. Sons Henry and William to divide equally the land on Salmon River purchased from Jacob Snider.
8. To daughters Mary (wife of Thomas McLellan), Jane (wife of William Pugsley), and Isabella (wife of Dr. David McLellan), £100 each, payable £10 per year.
9. To daughter Catherine (wife of Isaac Cleveland), £60, payable £10 per year.
10. To granddaughter Sarah Frances (wife of Gilbert Davidson) 1 cow, 10 sheep, and (after Abigail's death) household furnishings.
11. To St. John District Church of Eastern British America, in trust to support a Wesleyan mission in Africa - £50, payable £5 yearly. Also £50 for a fund to support worn-out ministers, payable £5 yearly.
12. Son Henry gets any remainder of the estate.
Henry and William Hayward were made executors; witnesses to the will were Robert McCully, Hugh Teakles, and Clark Teakles. A property inventory done 5 Dec 1856 showed the estate valued at £4311+, £4150 of it in real estate.

22. N. B. Penobsquis. [Gravestones of MORTON family in the Pioneer Cemetery, Penobsquis, Kings County, New Brunswick.].
Capt. George MORTON, native of Cornwallis, Nova Scotia, d. 29 Sep 1839, age 76 yrs 3 mo 22 days.

Agnes MORTON, wife of Capt. George, d. 26 Mar 1839, age 68 yrs l mo 11 days.

Elkanah MORTON b. 1806 Cardwell, New Brunswick.

John MORTON son of Samuel and Catherine MORTON.

Ann MORTON dau. of Samuel and Catherine MORTON

23. Provincial Archives of New Brunswick. 1994. Vital statistics: county birth registers, New Brunswick (1801-1899). Fredericton, New Brunswick:
This birth registry is on file at the Public Archives, Fredericton, New Brunswick, report RS141 A2/1.

-Annie Jane/Jean MORTON, dau of Samuel Theodore MORTON and Annie Henrietta ANDERSON, b. 30 Jun [Jul?] 1888, Cardwell or Penobsquis, Kings Co.
-
Florence May MORTON, dau of Samuel Theodore MORTON and Annie Henrietta ANDERSON, b. 26 Jun 1883, Penobsquis, Kings Co.
-Patience Louise MORTON, dau of Samuel Theodore MORTON and Annie Henrietta ANDERSON b. 10 Feb 1881, Penobsquis, Kings Co.

24. J. Savage. 1860-1862. A genealogical dictionary of the first settlers of New England. Boston, Massachusetts: Little, Brown and Company. I, III. Vol. I - 516 p; Vol, III - 664 p.p.
Vol. III, pp. 243-245 -
MORTON family - no obvious connection to those we are researching.

25. J. Wallace. [New Brunswick land transactions involving James WALLACE, husband of Catharine COPP]. Fredericton, New Brunswick: Provincial Archives.
These records are of interest because they involve James and Catherine (COPP) WALLACE, and also because they involve the land that John and Mary (COPP) McCULLY owned in Sussex, N. B.
11 May 180l - To James WALLACE (farmer, Hopewell) from William and Catherine HUTCHINSON (gentleman, Sussex) - for £550 - 1200 acres in Sussex - witnesses: Samuel TAYLOR and GG. PITTFIELD.
3 Jun 1804 - To James WALLACE (farmer, Sussex) from theagents of William HUTCHINSON, late of New Brunswick (Samuel HALLETT, George PITTFIELD, George MORTON) - £100 - 350 acres in Sussex - witnesses: John McKOWAN,
Agnes MORTON, and Daniel McLEAN.
11 Apr 1811 - from James and Catherine WALLACE (farmer, Sussex) to John McCULLY (farmer, Hillsborough) - £525 - 950 acres in Sussex, part of what James WALLACE purchased in 1801 and 1804.
11 Apr 1811 - from James and Catherine WALLACE (farmer, Sussex) to William WALLACE (farmer, Sussex) - £200 - 600 acres in Sussex, the remainder of what they purchased in 1801 and 1804.

26. J. R. Elliott. 1994. Gone but not forgotten: cemetery inscriptions of Kings County, New Brunswick. Volume 3, Parishes of Havelock, Cardwell, Waterford, Hammond. Petitcodiac, N. B.: Self-published.

MORTONS IN KINGS COUNTY, N.B. CEMETERIES

Cardwell Cemetery - at site of former United Baptist Church, Penobsquis:
Alfretta MORTON, dau. of Samuel T. Morton and Marian A. [ ] Morton, d. 4 Aug 1877, age 4 yrs, 10 mo, 5 days
Alice [ ] MORTON, wife of Fred W. Morton, d. 7 Feb 1905, age 49
Annie D. [LOCKHART] MORTON, wife of Samuel J. Morton, 1860-1928
Annie H. [ANDERSON] MORTON, wife of Samuel T. Morton, d. 8 Apr 1942, age 84
Bessie S. [ ] MORTON, wife of Harry Freeze Morton? b. 8 Dec 1887, d. 30 Mar 1972
Eliza [ ] MORTON, wife of Michael P. Morton, d. 2 May 1918, age 84
Fred W. MORTON 1863-1940
Grace O. [MORTON] COLPITTS 1870-1957 (husband Dimock COLPITTS 1860-1941)
Harry Freeze MORTON, b. 21 Feb 1872, d. 8 Feb. 1920
Hazel MORTON, dau. of Samuel J. Morton and Annie D. [Lockhart] Morton, 1894-1895 (d. 13 Feb 1895 - 4 mo 17 days
Lee MORTON, dau. of Fred W. Morton and Alice [ ] Morton, d. 21 Mar 1892, age 7 mo 4 days
Lilla/Lillian May MORTON, dau. of Michael P. Morton and Eliza _____; d. 5 Apr 1879, age 7 years.
Marian A. [ ] MORTON, wife of Samuel T. Morton, d. 10 July 1878, age 41 yrs 8 mos.
Mary M. E. MORTON, dau. of Samuel T. Morton and Marian A. [ ] Morton, d. 29 July 1877, l yr 6 mo 25 days
Michael P. MORTON d. 17 May 1904, age 77 years
Roy MORTON 1886-1917
Samuel J. MORTON 1860-1933
Samuel T. MORTON d. 23 Aug 1917, age 85
William H. MORTON d. 21 Nov 1900, age 79

Penobsquis Pioneer Cemetery
Abigail (M. Abigail) [ ] MORTON, wife of George Morton (d. 16 Sep 1887), d. 2 Aug 1863, age 25
Agnes [HUTCHINSON] MORTON, wife of Capt. George A. Morton, b. 1771, d. 26 Mar 1839, age 68 yrs 1 mo 11 days
Agnes MORTON, dau. of George A. Morton and Mary [ ] Morton, d. 12 July 1832, age 2 yr 9 mo
Agnes [MORTON] PUGSLEY, wife of Robert Pugsley (1825-1896), 1833-1914
Agnes [MORTON] TEAKLES 1874-1957; wife of A. B. Teakles 1877-1949, and dau. of Julia Freeze Morton
Alexander R. MORTON d. 13 Dec 1865, age 57
Amelia J. [ ] MORTON, wife of Thomas Morton, 1853-1917
Ann [ ] MORTON, wife of George E. Morton, d. 7 July 1889, age 61 yrs
Ann MORTON, dau. of Samuel Morton and Catherine [Hayward] Morton, d. 10 July 1871, age 40
Bertie K. MORTON, dau. of George Morton (d. 16 Sep 1887) and Abigail [ ]Morton, 24 May 1862 - 2 Feb 1894
Caroline MORTON d. 30 Dec 1893, age 79 yrs 11 mo.
Catherine [HAYWARD] MORTON, wife of Samuel Morton, d. 28 Mar 1877, age 85 yrs 2 mo.
Charlotte E. [ ] MORTON, wife of Finnemore E. Morton, d. 30 Nov 1917, age 84
Clyde MORTON, son of G. Talbot Morton and Marilla (Freeze) Morton, 1898-1899
Deborah MORTON, dau. of George A. Morton and Mary [ ] Morton, b. 1831, d. 27 Nov 1852, age 21
Elizabeth [ ] MORTON, wife of Alexander R. MORTON, d. 25 Jan 1876, age 60
Elkanah MORTON b. Cardwell, N. B. 3 Feb 1806, d. 30 Sep 1894
Finnemore E. MORTON d. 25 Jan 1899, age 67
Frances [ ] MORTON, wife of George Morton (d. 16 Sep 1887), d. 8 Oct 1919, age 84
George MORTON d. 16 Sept 1887, age 63
Capt. George A. MORTON, native of Cornwallis, Nova Scotia, d. 29 Sep 1839, 76 yr 3 mo 22 days
George A. MORTON b. 1802, d. 3 Jan 1875, age 73
George E. MORTON d. 19 July 1907, 85 yrs
H. N. MORTON d. 16 Oct 1873, age 75 yrs
Isabell MORTON, dau. of H. N. Morton and Jane (McLeod) Morton, d. 8 July 1913, age 76
Isabella [PUGSLEY] MORTON, wife of George Morton and dau. of Daniel & Phebe Pugsley, d. 16 June 1858, 36 yrs
James MORTON, son of Alexander R. Morton and Elizabeth [ ] Morton, d. 24 Oct 1841, age 6 days
James A. MORTON, son of R. A. Morton and A. R. [ ] Morton, d. 31 Mar 1869, age 9 yrs 7 mo
Jane [McLEOD] MORTON, wife of H. N. Morton, d. 18 June 1891, age 95
John MORTON, son of Samuel Morton and Catherine [Hayward] Morton, d. 4 May 1838, age 19 yr 8 mo 24 days
John E. MORTON 1864-1911
Julia Freeze MORTON 1844-1938
Laura M. MORTON, dau. of George Morton (d.16 Sept 1887) and Frances [ ] Morton 24 June 1870 - 27 Mar 1896
Lucy MORTON, dau. of Alexander R. Morton and Elizabeth [ ] Morton, b. 1843, d. 18 Sep 1847, 5 years.
M. Louise MORTON, dau. of G. Talbot Morton and Marilla (Freeze) Morton?, 1901-1985
Marilla [FREEZE] MORTON, wife of G. Talbot Morton, 1869-1903
Mary [ ] MORTON, wife of George A. Morton, b. 1806, d. 9 Oct 1871, age 65
Nina [MORTON] McLEOD, wife of John W. McLeod (1880-1950), 1886-1966
Nancy J. MORTON, dau. of R. A. Morton and A. R. [ ] Morton, d. 5 Sep 1867, age 5 mo.
Phebe T. MORTON, dau. of George Morton (d. 1887?) and Isabella [ ] Morton, d. Apr 1870, age 21.
Phoebe [ ] MORTON, wife of Elkanah Morton (1806-1894), d. 15 Dec 1901, age 87
Robert MORTON d. 8 Mar 1915, age 87
Samuel MORTON d. 8 Dec 1871, age 81 yrs 7 mo
Sarah [MORTON] McCULLY, wife of Samuel McCully (d.5 Feb 1859, age 73), d. 23 June 1831, age 39 yr 1 mo 29 days
Sarah Ann [MORTON] McLEOD 1840-1873 (18 March), age 33, 1st wife of Wellsley McLeod (1840-1917)
Susan B. [ ] MORTON, wife of Robert Morton, 1829-1872
Theodore MORTON, son of George Morton and Isabella [Pugsley] Morton, d. 3 Sep 1848, age 4 mo.
Thomas MORTON 1847-1922
William MORTON, son of H. N. Morton and Jane (McLeod) Morton, d. 21 Jan 1890, age 63
William MORTON, son of Robert Morton and Susan B. [ ] Morton, d. 18 Mar ___, age 5 yrs.

Corn Hill Baptist Cemetery
Margaret [MORTON] BROWN, wife of John Brown (1823-1886), 1827-1899

27. D. F. Christopher. 1996. Cemeteries of Albert County, New Brunswick. Riverview, N.B.: self-published.

Rhoda F. MORTON, wife of Alex W. COLPITTS, 1880-1956, buried in Colpitts Settlement Cemetery, Coverdale, N.B.

Sarah E. MORTON, wife of John L. STEVENS, 1836-1913, buried Gray's Island Cemetery, Hillsborough, N. B.

 

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