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The surviving children of John Morton were as follows:
" Concerning Sarah and Lydia, nothing definite can be learned."
From "Chester (And Its Vicinity,) Delaware County, In Pennsylvania". 2017. Google Books. Accessed March 29 2017. page iv
CORRECTIONS AND ADDITIONS.
Sarah Morton, no doubt the daughter of the Signer, for whom I could not account, married Dec. n, 1773, William Grantum, perhaps of the Ridley family of that name: see p. 145. For all these marriages, see 2 Pa. Archives, 2 series. These dates are those of the licenses not of the marriages. This volume of the Archives is just out, April 7, 1877, which accounts for these additions to the family sketches.
Doctor Currie, a well-known and highly esteemed physician, who rendered most efficient service during an epidemic of yellow fever, was the eldest son of Rev. Dr. William Currie, Missionary of the Radnor Parish, which included Old St. David's, Radnor, St. Peter's, Great Valley, and St. James, Perkiomen.
- Memory of
- MRS. SARAH CURRIE
- Wife of
- Doctr. William Currie
- & daughter of
- John Morton Esq.
- who departed this life
- Octr. 25th A.D. 1794
- Though here in dust her relicks lie
- Her Spirit shall flourish in immortal life
- "Chester (And Its Vicinity,) Delaware County, In Pennsylvania". 2017. Google Books. Accessed March 28 2017. page 145 "From page 145: John Morton, the signer, married Ann Justis, of Chester County, and they had issue, as appears by his will duly registered at West Chester, Aug.26, 1778, three sons and five daughters; Aaron, Sketchley, John, Mary, Sarah, LYDIA, Ann, and Elizabeth." "Concerning Sarah and LYDIA daughters of the signer, nothing is known, except that it is said a " Dr. Currie," married one of them, and "Governor Bibb," the other."
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