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Alfred Morton
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Birth: Dec. 3, 1872
Death: Jan. 19, 1955

Frankfort, Kansas, Index
Thursday, January 27, 1955

Alfred Morton, a well known and highly
respected resident of Frankfort, Kansas
passed away at his home. He was 84 years

He was born December 2, 1872, the third
child of Sidney and Mary Ann (Beattie)
Morton near Seaforth, in the province
of Ontario, Canada.

On March 7, 1897 he was united in
marriage to Minnie L. Stump at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Stump, northeast of Frankfort,

Besides his wife, he is survived by his three
daughters, Mrs. Justin Harper, Frankfort,
Kansas, Mrs. Milton Crawford, Vermillion,
Kansas, Mrs. Clarence Roeder, Blaine,
Kansas; six grandchildren and nine great
grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. L.C.
Monce, Frankfort, Kansas, and Mrs. George
Tyler, Manhattan, Kansas; one brother,
Thomas Morton preceded him in death.

Funeral services were held at the Methodist
Church on Friday, January 21, 1955.

Burial was in the Frankfort Cemetery,
Frankfort, Kansas.

Family links: 
  Sidney Morton (1843 - 1916)
  Mary Ann Beatty Morton (1842 - 1922)
  Minnie L. Stump Morton (1873 - 1963)*
  Marguerite Morton Harper (1898 - 1962)*
  Madeline Morton Crawford (1902 - 2002)*
  Elizabeth Morton Mounce (1869 - 1959)*
  Alfred Morton (1872 - 1955)
  John Morton (1876 - 1963)*
  Sidney Morton (1879 - 1962)*
  Emma Morton Tyler (1882 - 1970)*
*Calculated relationship
Frankfort Cemetery
Marshall County
Kansas, USA
Created by: Mike Kokoruda
Record added: Nov 28, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 101393490
Alfred Morton
Added by: Mike Kokoruda
Alfred Morton
Added by: Mike Kokoruda
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