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Ann Morton (Justis)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Calcon Hook Rd, Chester PA, Sharon Hill, PA, USA
Death: Died in PA, USA
Place of Burial: St Paul's Episcopal Church, 301 E 9th St, Chester, PA, USA
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Marten Gustafsson Justis and Brita Justis
Wife of John Morton, signer of the "Declaration of Independence"
Mother of Aaron Morton; Maj. Sketchley Morton; Mary Morton; John Morton; Sarah Morton and 4 others
Sister of Andrew Justis
Half sister of Helena Justis

Occupation: Bore 3 sons and 5 daughters of which Aaaron the first is my 4 Greats Grandfather. She raised the children and maintained the household and farm. Despoiled by the British in the Battle of Brandywine of the equal of $1000. leaving her to escape with little.
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About Ann Morton

Ann Justis a member of the Stamp Act Congress 1765 delegate to first Colonial Congress 1774

http://colonialhall.com/morton/mortonAnne.php

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Ann Morton's Timeline

1732
July 27, 1732
Sharon Hill, PA, USA
1751
1751
Age 18
Calcon Hook, Chester, Pa
1753
1753
Age 20
Calcon Hook, Chester, Pa
1754
June 17, 1754
Age 21
Calcon Hook, Chester, Pa
1755
1755
Age 22
Calcon Hook, Chester, Pa
1759
1759
Age 26
Calcon Hook, Chester, Pa
1760
March 5, 1760
Age 27
Calvon Hook, Chester, Pennsylvania
1761
1761
Age 28
Calcon Hook, Chester, Pa
1766
1766
Age 33
Calcon Hook, Chester, Pa
1784
1784
Age 51
Pennsylvania