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Ruth Avery Morris
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Birth: May 13, 1909
Rockland County
New York, USA
Death: Sep. 29, 1997
Rockland County
New York, USA

Ruth Avery Morris was the daughter of Charles Dater Morris and Clara Emma Waldron, whom are buried in the Old Sloatsburg Cemetery.

Ruth was born and spent her childhood years in Sloatsburg, NY. As a young woman, she moved to White Plains, NY where she worked for AT&T until her retirement in 1974. Upon her retirement, she relocated to New City, NY where she was a member of the Dutch Reformed Church.

Ruth was a member of the Genealogical Society of Rockland County and avidly researched her family's history, tracing her lineage back to her 6th great-grandfather, Resolved Waldron, who was a deputy sheriff for Gov. Peter Stuyvesant in the late 1650s. 
Family links: 
  Charles Dater Morris (1878 - 1939)
  Clara Emma Waldron Morris (1878 - 1956)
  Helen Frances Morris Covino (1907 - 1982)*
  Ruth Avery Morris (1909 - 1997)
  John Waldron Morris (1910 - 1977)*
  Minerva E Morris Bond (1912 - 1987)*
  Charles B Morris (1916 - 1943)*
*Calculated relationship
Descended from Resolved Waldron 1610 - 1690
Saint Johns in the Wilderness Cemetery
Rockland County
New York, USA
Created by: Debbie S.
Record added: May 15, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 110569585
Ruth Avery Morris
Added by: Jenn S
Ruth Avery Morris
Added by: Debbie S.
Ruth Avery Morris
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I met with Cousin Ruth in the early 1990's, and she provided me information on my Morris line. She was very gracious, and definitely loved sharing family history. I am once again working on the Morris' and trying to sort out the many John's and Charles'.
- Elizabeth Olmstead McBride
 Added: Dec. 13, 2015
I've been thinking quite a lot of you, Aunt Ruth. I miss you and wished you could see the progress I've made on the family history that you started. All my love,
- Debbie S.
 Added: May. 31, 2015
Such a peaceful resting place for my Great Aunt Ruth. The scenery surrounding her is quite bucolic.
- Jenn S
 Added: Aug. 17, 2014

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