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Morrow Family and their Decendants of Red Bay, Alabama

Updated June 27, 2002

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Searching for all Morrows and extended families. My line came from Irleand and were first recorded in the United States in Norfolk Virginia in the year of 1640. The Morrows are latter found in North Carolina and South Carolina. During the migration to the west my direct line stayed in Northwest Alabama and some are still there today.

Samuel Morrow who died in 1796 is the start of the journey. Searching for information on wives and children of Samuel and his descendants.

The Morrow reunion is held every year. It is the first Sunday in August. The reunion is held at the old home place of William Wallace Morrow and Margie Stanphill Morrow in Franklin County, Alabama. This event has been going on for over 62 years. More than 250 families attend each year.
William Wallace Morrow married Margie Stanphill in the early 1880's. William Wallace was the fourth son of Alexander Milling Morrow and Zillian Ann Burleson Morrow. Margie was the daughter of William Gotcher Stanphill and Nancy Swain.
William and Margie's fourth son was my grandfather Albert Morrow who was born in 1891 and married Rosella Hall who was born in 1899. Rosella's parents were Robert Hall born 1875 and Mary Josephine Barksdale born 1876. Robert Hall's parents were William M. Hall born 1834 in Franklin County and married Mary E ? born in 1840. Mary was from Tennessee. In the household was a servant named James Cody born 1870 also from Tennessee.
Halls' Stanphill's Barksdale's are my road blocks. Any and All information on these families from Franklin County would be greatly appreciated.




 
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