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bullet Timothy C. Morse (109) was born on 11 Dec 1825 in Otisfield, Maine. He died on 4 Nov 1846. Parents: Amos Morse and Hannah Heath Edwards.


bullet William Morse(7) was born WFT Est. 1463-1521. (8) He died WFT Est. 1482-1597. (8) Parents: John Morse.


bullet William Morse(109) was born WFT Est. 1472-1499. He died WFT Est. 1478-1579. Parents: John* Morse .


bullet William Morse(9) was born WFT Est. 1463-1521.(19254) He died WFT Est. 1482-1597.(19255) Parents: John Morse.


bullet William G Morse(1) was born WFT Est. 1793-1813. He died WFT Est. 1827-1899.

He was married to Caroline Nelson WFT Est. 1824-1857.


bullet Zilpha Morse(109) was born on 7 Dec 1810. She died on 29 Jul 1840. Parents: Ichabod* Morse and Polly* Bailey.


bullet Sarah E. Mort(7) (9) was born WFT Est. 1809-1833.(8) (19256) She died WFT Est. 1852-1922. (8)(19257)

She was married to Christian Hershey on 19 Dec 1847 in PA.(8) (11723)


bullet Mauger Mortain(1) was born about 990. He died WFT Est. 1017-1081. Parents: Mauger Count Of Mortain.

He was married to Germaine De Corbeil WFT Est. 1006-1038. Children were: Guillaume (De Pershale).


bullet Mauger Count Of Mortain(1) was born about 967 in of, Normandy, France. He died WFT Est. 994-1058. Parents: Richard I "The Normandy and Crepon (Duchess Of Normandy).

He was married WFT Est. 986-1018. Children were: Mauger Mortain.


bullet Jane Mortemore(110) was born WFT Est. 1684-1706. She died WFT Est. 1729-1795.

She was married to Samuel Thayer on 25 Oct 1722. Children were: Samuel Thayer.


bullet Hans Mortensen(58) was born on 14 May 1730 in Vellinge, Odense, Denmark. He was blessed on 14 May 1730 in Bederslev, Odense, Denmark. He died on 3 Sep 1776. He was buried on 9 Sep 1776. Parents: Morten Hansen and Bodild Jespersen.

He was married to Maren Jensen about 1769 in Bederslev, Odense, Denmark.


bullet Jens Mortensen(58) was born on 8 Jul 1736 in Vellinge, Odense, Denmark. He died WFT Est. 1737-1826. Parents: Morten Hansen and Bodild Jespersen.


bullet Jens Christensen Mortensen(4) was born in 1705 in Bostrup, Viborg, Denmark. He was buried on 22 Oct 1766 in Oreslovkloster, Sogn, Denmark. He was baptised on 1 Mar 1932 in alber. He Endowment on 3 Mar 1932 in alber. He died WFT Est. 1745-1796.

He was married to Inger Poulsen in 1724 in Oreslovkloster, Sogn, Denmark. He Seal to Parents on 14 Dec 1932 in alber. Children were: Niels Jensen .


bullet Jesper Mortensen(58) was born on 6 Jan 1732/33 in Vellinge, Odense, Denmark. He died WFT Est. 1734-1823. Parents: Morten Hansen and Bodild Jespersen.


bullet Johanne Mortensen(58) was born about 1743 in Vellinge, Odense, Denmark. She died on 17 Jan 1812. Parents: Morten Hansen and Bodild Jespersen.

She was married to Niels Hierresen Or Ger on 16 Sep 1763. Children were: Hierre Gere Nielsen, Bodild Hierresen Or Ger, Karen Nielsen, Morten Nielsen, Maren Nielsen, Jens Nielsen, Cathrine Nielsen, Cathrine Nielsen, Hans Nielsen.


bullet Jorgen Mortensen(58) was born on 30 Jan 1734/35 in Vellinge, Odense, Denmark. He died WFT Est. 1736-1825. Parents: Morten Hansen and Bodild Jespersen.


bullet Karen Mortensen(58) was born on 17 May 1726 in Vellinge, Odense, Denmark. She died WFT Est. 1727-1820. Parents: Morten Hansen and Bodild Jespersen.


bullet Maren Mortensen(58) was born on 24 Jan 1727/28 in Vellinge, Odense, Denmark. He died WFT Est. 1729-1818. Parents: Morten Hansen and Bodild Jespersen.


bullet Maren Mortensen(58) was born on 24 Jan 1727/28 in Vellinge, Odense, Denmark. She died WFT Est. 1729-1822. Parents: Morten Hansen and Bodild Jespersen.


bullet Agnes Morthend(2) was born WFT Est. 1556-1579. She died WFT Est. 1601-1667.

She was married to John Emery WFT Est. 1573-1616. Children were: John Emery.


bullet Robert Mortimer(4) was born WFT Est. 1431-1451. He died WFT Est. 1465-1537.

He was married to Isabell Howard WFT Est. 1462-1481.


bullet \\ Mortimore(1) was born WFT Est. 1763-1783. He died WFT Est. 1797-1869.

He was married to Eunice C Mudge WFT Est. 1794-1827.


bullet Marguerite Mortimore(1) was born on 6 Feb 1906 in Alpena, Alpena Co, Michigan. She died on 10 May 1995 in Alpena, Alpena Co, Michigan.

She was married to Alfred C Brandt on 23 Jun 1926 in Long Rapids, Alpena Co, Michigan. Children were: Garnet Alfred Brandt, Patrick Clinton Brandt , Jerry L Brandt.

She was married to Albert R Reynolds Private.


bullet Morton (1) was born WFT Est. 1721-1749 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA. He (or she) died WFT Est. 1726-1831. Parents: Elkanah Morton and Elizabeth Holmes.


bullet *Ruth Morton(61) died in 1758. She was born WFT Est. 1691-1716.

She was married to *Nathaniel N. Divine in 1728 in Boston, Massachusetts. Nathaniel Divine lived at Kent, Litchfield Co, CT from 1743 until his death, belonging to the Congregational Church. He owned and lived on land surrounding Waramaug Reservoir.

Nathaniel Divine sells property, June 27, 1751:

"Know ye, that I, Nathaniel Devine of Newmilford In ye County of Newhaven & Colony of Connecticut In New England ... For the Consideration of one hundred and fifty pounds money of ye 6ft tenner... Received to My full Satisfaction, of Ebinezer Hogkis of Newfairfield in the County of fairfield & Colony before said ... Do Give, Grant, Bargain, Sell, and Confirm unto the said Ebinezer Hogkis a Certain Tract or Pearcel of Land Situat In Said Newmilford Lying ye East Side of ye Greate River Near ye Greate Falls Bounded as followeth beginning at a heep of Stones by ye highway then runing southward twenty Nine rods to a black oake stadel. Then runing East ten rods & a half to a black oake stadel. Then runing North twenty Nine rod to a heep of Stones. Then runing westward to ye first mentioned Corner twenty three rods & a half Bounded neylward[?] on a highway South and North on undivided Land and East part on Jonathan Bearey Land and part on undivided Land but more or Less with a Dwelling Hous Standing on said Land the Same.

To have and to hold the above-granted and bargained Premisses, with the Appurtenances thereof, unto him the said Ebenezer Hogkis his Heirs and Assigns for ever, to his and their own proper Use and Behoof. And also, I the said Nath'll Divine Do for my Heirs, Executors and Administrators, Convenant with the said Ebenezer Hogkis his Heirs and Assigns, That at and until the Ensealing of these Presents, I am well Seised of the Premisses as a good indefeasible Estate in Fee Simple; and have good Right to Bargain and Sell the same in Manner and Form as is above-written; and that the same if Free of all Incumbrances whatsoever. And farthermore, I the said Nathaniel Divine do by these Presents Bind my self and my Heirs for ever, to Warant and Defend the above-granted and bargained Premisses to him the said Ebenezer Hogkis his Heirs and Assigns, against all Claims and Demands whatsoever. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal the 27th Day of June in the 25th Year of the Reight of Our Sovereign Lord George ye Second of Great-Britain, &c King.

Annoque Domini, 1751 his
Nathaniel N. Divines Seall
marke
Signed, Sealed, and Delivered
in Presence of June ye 27th 1751 then pearsonally
Sam'll Canfield appeared ye Grantter Signer & Sealer
Abigal Canfield of ye above written Instrument and
acknowledged ye Same to ...
Recorded June ye 27th before me
1751 pr Sam'll Canfield Samuel Canfield
Register Justice of peace



The "Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society", for the year 1891, shows Nathaniel Divine listed in the muster roll of Capt. Dimock's Company at Durham, New York in 1755. (Nathaniel lived in Kent, Connecticut, which is only 3 miles from the New York border.) The same collections, Vol. X, 1905, shows Nathaniel, Joseph, and Timothy Divine in Capt. McNeal's Company, Third Regiment in the Campaign of 1759. Nathaniel enlisted April 2 and died Aug. 10; Joseph enlisted March 30 and was discharged Dec. 1; Timothy enlisted April 6 and was discharged Dec. 1.


From Albert Divine's letter to Lois Divine, dated February 14, 1992:

"In August of 1759, these two above mentioned brothers, Samuel and Joseph, along with a third, younger brother, Timothy, with the father Nathaniel, were with a small party of continentals on patrol, a little north of Fort Ticonderoga. They were ambushed by a group of French & Indians. Nathaniel was killed outright; and Timothy was taken prisoner to Quebec. Samuel and Joseph were among the few survivors to escape that day, and they fled back to Ft. Ticonderoga. They were immediately released from further duty and returned home to Waramaug (near Kent), Connecticut. They were of course devastated. Before the winter was over they settled up their father's estate and assuming their younger brother Timothy had also been killed, they probated his small estate and left immediately for unsettled territory on the Pennsylvania border of New York State, then called Wallkill. They were there in 1760, where Joseph married in the local Dutch Reformed Church. (The Dutch spelling of his name was not immediately recognizable.) Samuel also married around this time, and Eleazer and Nathaniel are but two of his ten children. Both Samuel and Joseph were very reluctant to participate in the War of the Revolution because of their personal loss at Fort Ticonderoga, and Joseph was able to claim exemption because of age (born 1728-30); Samuel was a little more vocal, got into trouble, swearing and cursing the war, he was accused of being a Tory and sentenced to be hung at Kingston; but then Gov. George Clinton of New York knew them personally because they had been under command of his brother Col. James Clinton at Fort Ticonderoga. He wrote a reprieve, and Samuel, along with another younger brother James, spent the early part of the Revolution in jail at Kingston, and later was sent to a Prisoner of War camp in New Hampshire.

"My grandfather told me that Samuel lies buried under what is now the Neversink Reservoir, Sullivan County. His brother Joseph was buried in a small family cemetery at Divine Corners in which all the stones were eventually removed by a farmer shortly after 1900. Joseph died in 1802 and Samuel died only a few years later. When I visited the site in an attempt to locate this cemetery in 1958, the site had grown into a forest, and its general location could only be pointed to by my grandfather."

From Public Records of Connecticut, page 595:

[424] Upon the memorial of Joseph Divine, of Kent in the district of Litchfield, administrator on the estate of Nathaniel Divine lat of said Kent, deceased, shewing that the debts due from the said estate with the charges &c. allowed surmount the personal estate of the said deceased the sum of L27, 7s, 9d. and praying for liberty to make sale of so much of the real estate of the said deceased as to answer and pay the said sum with the incident charges arising on said sale, as per memorial on file: Resolved by this Assembly, that the said Joseph Divine have liberty and he is hereby impowered, to make sale of so much of the real estate of the said deceased as to answer and pay the said sum of L27, 7s, 9d. taking the advice of the court of probate for the district of Litchfield.

Inventory of the estate of Nathaniel Divine, April 30, 1760:

"A true inventory of all & Singular the goods and Chattels and Presents of Nathaniel Devine Late of Kent Deceased Prised [priced/appraised] in Kent ye 30 day of April A.D. 1760 by Eb Palmer and Wm Guthrie as followeth [Amounts are shown in pounds (L), shillings (S), and pence (d), with 1L = 20S and 1S = 12d.]

Imprimis his apparrel

one hat 2S 00.10.02
a Loose Coat 3S 9d
another Coat 5S
one vest 2S 6d 01.05.06
one ditto 9S
Clothes sold at ye Camp S14
to Le[?] leather for a pair of britches 00.18.00

Item his Cattle

to one mare 3L 05.10.00
to one two year old Colt 2L 10S
to a Yearling Colt 1L 5S 02.03.00
one Calf 18
three Sheep 1L 4S 02.05.00
one Sow and two pigs 1L 1S
to 3 Geese 00.06.00

Item his husbandry tools

one plow with irons 5S 6d 00.15.06
Eleven harrow teeth 10S
one hand Saw 7S 00.10.00
one augor 3S
a Yoak for horses 2S 6d 00.04.00
a hatchet 1S 6d
one adds 2S 00.03.00
a Gimblet 3d
a piece of Chain 9d
one hammer 8d 00.01.08
an old hoe 1S
an old Saddle and bridle 00.10.00

Item his household stuff

one fether bed 1L 10S 01.16.00
a bolster and 2 pillows 6S
one Rug 8S 00.16.00
a pair of Sheets 8S
one duffel Blanket 4S 6d 00.10.00
a dutch blanket 5S 6d
one old fether bed 4S 01.04.00
one gun 16S
a dagger 4S
two old dutch wheeles at 4S apiece 8S 00.09.00
a powderhorn 1S
one Woolling wheele 4S 00.05.00
to a Scale beam 1S
one old Grid iron 3d 00.05.03
to a trammel 5S
to a trammel Rod 1S 00.04.09
to a Spit 1S 3d
fire shovel 2S 9d
an old pair of tongs 9d 00.02.00
one Chair 1S 3d
ditto 9d 00.02.05
ditto 8
to one powder tub 1S
to a wash tub 1S 00.03.09
one Cask 1S 3d
a Chest 1S 6d
to one small Chest with draws 5S 00.05.00
two glass bottles 8d 00.02.11
one Churn 2S 3d
one pair of hand irons weigt 27 pound 00.15.00
a tin tankard 1S 00.07.07
to a pepper box 7d
to a teapot 6S
to Cannister 6d 00.01.03
a Coffee pot 3d
a tin tunnel 6d
a tin cup 2d 00.03.02
a large puter platter 3S
to 2 deep plates 2S 2d 00.03.02
a quart pot 1S
to 2 puter plates 6d a peace 1S 00.01.00
1 pound two ounces old puter 00.00.07
to a puter bottle 1S 6d 00.02.00
an old black tin teapot 6d
one pottage pot 5S 00.07.04
to 18 pound & 3/4 old iron 2S 4d
to a Clevis & pin 1S 00.04.00
to five pound of iron at 3d pr pound
2S 3d
one knot Dish 6d
to a Sugar box 6d 00.05.09
to a money purse 9d
a meal Sack 4S 6d
to a Knife and fork 1S 00.02.02
ditto 8d
ditto 6d
to a Candle Stick 8d 00.02.03
to a pair of mittins 1S 7d
to boards 5S 00.05.06
to Lock and key 6d

Items his lands

to one twenty acre Lot number 22 in ye
fifth Division 30.00.00
to half a twenty acre lot in Sd fifth
Division number 30 14.00.00
to one acre of Land in ye 28th lot 03.00.00

item Debts Due to him

his wages in part 06.08.08
Due from Elisha Clark 00.08.06
from Eb. Palmer 00.08.00
from John Bibbelt 00.16.08
from Benjamin Swan 00.00.09

Sundry articles of household stuff

a small trunk 3S 00.05.03
half a taned Calf skin 2S 3d
to 2 lb & 3/4 of wool at 1S 6d pr pound 00.04.01:2
to whippletree Chain 1S 8d 00.03.06
one horse Chain 1S 10d
one Riddle Sive 2S 00.03.03
ditto 1S 3d
to one bell with Strap and buckle 00.03.00
to an auger 10d 00.01.00
an old Chisel 2d
to an iron Goose 2S 6d 00.03.01
a pair of beetle rings 7d
an iron wedj 1S 10d 00.02.03
three lb of old iron 5d ________
L 80-16- 8

William Guthrie
Ebenezer Palmer Children were: Joseph Divine, Hannah Divine, Ruth Divine, *Samuel Divine, Timothy Divine, Agnes Divine, Mary Divine.


bullet Alice Morton(71) (4) was born WFT Est. 1595-1616. She died WFT Est. 1638-1706.

She was married to John Wheeler on 28 Jul 1633.

She was married to John Wheeler on 28 Jul 1633.


bullet Betty Morton(1) was born on 9 May 1734 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA. She died WFT Est. 1735-1828. Parents: Elkanah Morton and Elizabeth Holmes.


bullet Charles Morton(1) was born on 3 Dec 1789 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. He died in Feb 1858. Parents: Lemuel Morton and Martha Newcomb.


bullet Elisha Morton(1) was born on 13 Feb 1727/28 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA. He died WFT Est. 1729-1818. Parents: Elkanah Morton and Elizabeth Holmes.


bullet Elkanah Morton(1) was born in Oct 1702 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA. He died WFT Est. 1745-1794.

He was married to Elizabeth Holmes on 1 Oct 1724 in Plymouth, MAss. Children were: Morton, Ephraim Morton, Elisha Morton, Elkanah Jr. Morton, Betty Morton, Phebe Morton, Lazarus Morton.


bullet Elkanah Jr. Morton(1) was born on 13 Jun 1731 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA. He died in 1824 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. Parents: Elkanah Morton and Elizabeth Holmes.

He was married to Rebecca Tupper WFT Est. 1743-1777 in MAss. Children were: Sarah Morton, Mary Morton, Roland Morton, Lemuel Morton, Elkanah Jr. Morton, George Morton, Rebecca Morton, Samuel Morton.


bullet Elkanah Jr. Morton(1) was born on 26 Jul 1761 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. He died WFT Est. 1762-1851. Parents: Elkanah Jr. Morton and Rebecca Tupper.


bullet Ephraim Morton(1) was born on 23 Aug 1725 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA. He died WFT Est. 1726-1815. Parents: Elkanah Morton and Elizabeth Holmes.


bullet Ephraim Morton(58) was born WFT Est. 1617-1647. He died WFT Est. 1694-1733.

He was married to Rebecca Bartlett on 18 Oct 1692 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA.


bullet George Morton(1) was born on 7 Jun 1763 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. He died WFT Est. 1764-1853. Parents: Elkanah Jr. Morton and Rebecca Tupper.


bullet George E. Morton(1) was born on 27 Aug 1786 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. He died on 27 Jul 1809 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. Parents: Lemuel Morton and Martha Newcomb.


bullet George Elkana Morton(1) was born on 25 Mar 1811 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. He died on 12 Mar 1892 in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Parents: John Morton and Ann Cogswell.


bullet Guy Morton(1) was born on 30 Oct 1791. He died WFT Est. 1792-1881. Parents: Lemuel Morton and Martha Newcomb.


bullet Hannah Morton(1) was born on 7 Nov 1677 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA. She died on 3 Nov 1715 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA.

She was married to Benjamin Warren on 22 Apr 1697 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA. Children were: Abigail Warren.


bullet Hannah Morton(1) was born about 1659 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA. She died in Oct 1738.

She was married to John Fuller on 24 Mar 1686/87 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA.


bullet Hezekiah Homes Morton(1) was born on 28 Sep 1824 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. He died on 29 Jan 1827 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. Parents: John Morton and Ann Cogswell.


bullet Holmes Morton(1) was born on 6 Mar 1788 in Cornwallis, MA. He died WFT Est. 1789-1878. Parents: Lemuel Morton and Martha Newcomb.


bullet Isabella Alice Morton(1) was born on 9 May 1813 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. She died WFT Est. 1814-1907. Parents: John Morton and Ann Cogswell.


bullet James Morton(1) was born on 19 Oct 1783 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. He died on 29 May 1811 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. Parents: Lemuel Morton and Martha Newcomb.


bullet John Morton(1) was born on 26 Mar 1781 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. He died on 3 Mar 1858 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Parents: Lemuel Morton and Martha Newcomb.

He was married to Ann Cogswell on 28 Apr 1810 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. Children were: George Elkana Morton, Isabella Alice Morton , Lydia Morton, Martha Ann Morton, Lemuel James Morton, William Mason Morton, Hezekiah Homes Morton , Mary Rebecca Morton.


bullet Lazarus Morton(1) was born on 5 Apr 1742 in Plymouth, Plymouth, MA. He died WFT Est. 1743-1832. Parents: Elkanah Morton and Elizabeth Holmes.


bullet Lemuel Morton(1) was born on 20 Jan 1753 in Dartmouth, MA. He died on 30 Apr 1811 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. Parents: Elkanah Jr. Morton and Rebecca Tupper.

He was married to Martha Newcomb on 7 Jun 1780 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. Children were: John Morton, William Morton, James Morton, George E. Morton, Holmes Morton, Charles Morton, Guy Morton, Rebecca Morton, Mary Alice Morton.


bullet Lemuel James Morton(1) was born on 22 Nov 1819 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. He died WFT Est. 1820-1909. Parents: John Morton and Ann Cogswell.


bullet Lydia Morton(1) was born on 23 May 1815 in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. She died on 6 Nov 1856 in Charlottetown, PEI. Parents: John Morton and Ann Cogswell.

She was married to Edward Langley Lydiard on 19 Sep 1839 in Nova Scotia. Children were: John Morton Lydiard, William Thomas Lydiard , Harry Cogswell Lydiard, Annie Mary Lydiard, Robert McNair Lydiard , Lydia Morton Lydiard.


bullet Maria Morton(2) was born WFT Est. 1836-1870 in of Conway, Carroll Co., New Hampshire. She died WFT Est. 1857-1952.

She was married to Henry J. Boothby WFT Est. 1857-1901.

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