Robert E Lee "Bobbie" Edwards Quarrels Morris was born to Jerome Bonaparte and Alvilde "Ollie" Tincher Edwards in Palo Pinto County, TX April 3, 1885. She married John Quarrels in Oklahoma when she was sixteen. They had one son John C. Quarrels born in Oklahoma. After John Sr.'s death she married George Al Morris on December 15, 1909 in the home of Mick and "Frenchie" McCormick in Tascosa, TX. Together they had sons, Dal, Bob and Gene Morris and daughter Mildred "Sis" Morris Sanders Langford. They made their home in the Casimiro Romero home which Al purchased from his father E.J. Morris who had purchased the property from Romero. Al and Bobbie farmed, ranched, and sold produce from their orchard to people all around Tascosa. Al also drove freight wagons. They lived in their Tascosa home until they sold it to Cal Farley during WWII.