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Daniel Foust Morrow
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Birth: 1842
Alamance County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Feb. 15, 1910
Alamance County
North Carolina, USA

DANIEL FOUST MORROW was born circa 1842 in Alamance County, North Carolina to John Morrow and Rachael Thompson-Morrow.

Daniel graduated from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in 1864. (Records of attendance reflect 1860-1861).

Daniel married Martha Ellen Carter-Morrow on 24 December 1868 in Alamance County, North Carolina, and they had SIX children that are known of:

Annie L. Morrow-Sellars (1870-1943),
(Infant Son) Morrow (1871-1871),
Mary Jessie Morrow-Glenn (1873-1951).
Charles Herbert Morrow (1876-1946),
William Robert Morrow (1880-1935), and
Paul Eugene Morrow (1881-1957).

Daniel passed away on 15 February 1910 in Alamance County, North Carolina, and he was laid to rest at Pine Hill Cemetery in Burlington, Alamance County, North Carolina.


1. 23 Aug 1850 South District, Alamance County, North Carolina, (Stamped 1B, Family #7, Line 15), Parent's Household, John & Rachael Morrow.

2. 21-25 July 1860 Graham PO, Alamance County, North Carolina Census, (Stamped 82B, Sheet 164, Family #13, Line 39), Parent's Household, John & Rachael Morrow.

3. Saunders, J Maryon of The Alumni Office of the General Alumni Association, (1954), The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Alumni Directory, p 640.

He graduated from the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in 1864; [1860-1861], from Alamance County, NC, died abt 1911 (Correction: he died in 1910).

4. 25 August 1870 Bingham, Oaks Post Office, Orange County, North Carolina Census, (Stamped 111B, Sheet 26, Family #199, Line 13), Brother-in-Law: Sidney S. & Sister: Ellen Webb's Household.

5. 3 June 1880 Bingham Township, Orange County, North Carolina, (ED: 199, Stamped 232C, Sheet 3, Family #25, Line 32), Head of Household, D. Forest Morrow.

6. 28 June 1900 Burlington, Ward 4, Township 12, Alamance County, North Carolina Census, (ED: 13, Stamped 259, Sheet 82A, Family #587, Line 33), Head of Household, Dannal F. Morrow.

7. North Carolina, Marriages, 1759-1979:
Groom: Daniel F. Morrow.
Bride: Martha E. Carter.
Married: 24 December 1868.
Place: Alamance County, North Carolina.
Groom's Father: John Morrow.
Groom's Mother: Rachel Morrow.
Bride's Father: Brice Carter.
Bride's Mother: Ann Carter.

8. North Carolina, Deaths, 1906-1930:
D. F. Morrow.
Age: 67, (1843).
Died: 15 February 1910.
Place: Raleigh, Wake County, North Carolina.
Burial: Burlington, Alamance County, North Carolina.
Father: Not known.
Mother: Not Known.
Informant: Raleigh Hospital Records.

From Daniel S. Morrow, Member #47748267:

Daniel Foust Morrow (1842-1910) as a private in Co. G., 28th NC. From his bio in Evans, Confederate Military History, Vol V, 667-668:

Lieutenant Daniel F. Morrow, mayor of Burlington for several years past, a veteran of Lane's North Carolina brigade, was born in Alamance county in 1842, son of John Morrow, a planter of that county. He was prepared for college at Bingham's school, and was a student at the State university when he enlisted in the spring of 1861, at the age of eighteen years, in Company G of the Twenty-eighth regiment, North Carolina troops. He was on duty at Wilmington until the spring of 1862, and then marched to New Bern and covered the retreat from Fort Macon. Then being transferred to Virginia, he took part in the battle of Hanover Court House (was taken prisoner and held at Governor s island and Fort Delaware for two months), Chancellorsville and Gettysburg, fighting on the first and third days of that battle; Bristoe Station and the skirmishes of the fall campaign of 1863; the Wilderness, Spottsylvania Court House, Cold Harbor, Fair Oaks, and the frequent encounters and constant service on the Petersburg lines, until April, 1865.

After the evacuation of the Confederate capital he was in the battle of Farmville and was surrendered at Appomattox. During this service he was wounded several times, but fortunately not severely. Entering the army as a private, he was promoted to sergeant in 1862, to third lieutenant in 1863, and to second and then to first lieutenant in the last year of the war.

He has had a successful business career since his return to civil life, first in Orange county, and since 1890 at Burlington. The estimation in which Lieutenant Morrow is held by his fellow citizens is shown by his retention in the office of county commissioner for ten years, and his election and re-election as mayor of the city.

By his marriage, in 1868, to Martha E., daughter of Brice Carter, of Alamance county, he has five children: Annie L., Mary Jessie, Charles H., William R., and Paul E. Morrow.
Family links: 
  John Morrow (1803 - 1881)
  Rachael Thompson Morrow (1815 - 1880)
  Martha Ellen Carter Morrow (1848 - 1916)*
  Annie E. Morrow Sellars (1870 - 1943)*
  Infant Son Morrow (1871 - 1871)*
  Charles Herbert Morrow (1876 - 1946)*
  William Robert Morrow (1880 - 1935)*
  Paul Eugene Morrow (1881 - 1957)*
  Calvin Newton Morrow (1832 - 1914)*
  Joseph Henry Morrow (1834 - 1861)*
  Elizabeth Ellen Morrow Webb (1836 - 1910)*
  Jane E. Morrow (1840 - 1866)*
  Daniel Foust Morrow (1842 - 1910)
  Selina Frances Morrow (1842 - 1851)*
  Samuel Alexander Morrow (1844 - 1920)*
  John S Morrow (1848 - 1924)*
  George Thomas Morrow (1851 - 1929)*
  Robert Graves Morrow (1856 - 1908)*
*Calculated relationship
h/o Martha Carter
Pine Hill Cemetery
Alamance County
North Carolina, USA
Plot: Section E
Maintained by: Mark Morrow
Originally Created by: Jason & Mitzie
Record added: May 18, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52557721
Daniel Foust Morrow
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Daniel Foust Morrow
Added by: William (Bill) Morrow
Daniel Foust Morrow
Added by: Dan Morrow
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Lt.,Co.G,28th NC Infantry, CSA
 Added: Oct. 6, 2011

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