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|Robert Foster||Thomas Morrow, etc.|
I had some free time so I dug a little more in the DeSoto records.
I copied the most relevant bits:
Minutes 1855-1859, vol. 5-6
Probate Court January Term AD 1859
In the matter of the estate of Thomas Morrow decd
On application of Issac M. Morrow (the death of the administrator of Thos Morrow decd having been suggested to the Court) it is ordered by the Court that Letters of Administration de bonis non be granted to the said Isaac M. of the estate of the said Thos Morrow decd upon his giving Bond with Security to be approved in the penalty of one thousand dollars conditioned according to law and the said Issac M. now in Court takes the oath as administrator prescribed in the statute and together with M McCullen and T J Harris his sureties approved by the Court . . .
Probate Court February Term AD 1859
In the matter of the petition I M Morrow, Jahasa Morrow and others for the division of Slaves belonging to the heirs of Thomas & Elizabeth Morrow decd
. . . that said decedents left at the time of their death belonging to said heirs eight negro slaves to wit: Candis, Caroline, Jerry, Tennessee, Lewis, John, Elbert & Lucy.
And it also appearing to the Court that the said petitioners are the only persons interested in said negroes to wit:
Nathan Grant and Malinda, Jahaza Morrow, L. B. Whitaker and E. A. Whitaker, Sarah Whitley, W. M. Greer and Emily Greer, I. M. Morrow, Elizabeth W. Morrow, Nancy Morrow, Harriet M. Meals, Sarah C. Meals, Virginia A. Meals and Susan T. Meals the last four of whom are minors and represent their mother Melissa Meals formerly Melissa Morrow . . .
|SღPRICEღNance||RE: Robert L. Parsons|
Thank you. I don't have my email listed. Please use it if you learn anything or you want to discuss what I know.
|SღPRICEღNance||Robert L. Parsons|
I noticed that you submitted a virtual flower on your 3rd great grandfather Robert L. Parsons memorial, through his daughter, Rachel Parsons. Do you have in your family any information about his daughter Emmezetta (Embazet) Parsons and Rachel's sister. She married Peter Beck in Will county, IL in 1858. In the 1900 census she is 62 years old and living with her son, Cly Beck in Will County. she is listed as a widow. Do you know any thing about when and where she may have died. Thank you.
|Robert Foster||Thomas Morrow|
We communicated in the past regarding Thomas Morrow in DeSoto county and I said then that if I found anything I'd let you know. Well, I found something, but I lost your email address, so I will try to get the info. to you here.
It's not much, but it proves that Thomas died in DeSoto county.
DeSoto Co., Mississippi
Estate dockets, 1853-1867, p. 188.
Thomas Morrow, deceased.
No death date is given, but from the dates of the claims against his estate it appears that he died in 1859 since there are no new due dates registered after that year. Listed are the names of his creditors, including that of his son I. M. Morrow.
A search of the DeSoto county minute books covering 1859 should reveal more information, but these books are not indexed which means scrolling through them page by page until you find the right entry.