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William E & Susan E. Morris

Warren Cemetery
Cleveland County, Oklahoma

Following information furnished by:  Paul R. Morris, Sr.

William E Morris and Susan E. Morris both took part in the 1889 Rush to Land in Oklahoma Terr. They settled on the SE quarter section of Sec. 15 Twsp 9N range 3W Oklahoma Territory.  This was a contested file.  An interesting story about that contest I sent to the Cleveland County. Gen. Society in Norman.
They had lived in Indian Terr. for some time.  My Grand father arthur R. Morris was born across the river from Ft. Smith AR in Indian Terr.

William and Susan were both born in North Carolina.  Her father was Thomas Haskell of Albemarle, NC.

William's Father was John Morris of Stanley, County (Albemarle) NC.  William was my Great grandfather.

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