You recently requested a photo of William Morris grave site in Jerome cemetery and my wife and I completed a photo survey of that cemetery in 2006 and there was no site with a stone with that name that we could find. My photos are listed on "http://edanddebby.com/HCC/Jerome/index.html'
Added by jamrpoi on Oct 13, 2016 2:10 PM
|Steve Toussaint||William Morris|
I tried to get to the gravesite yesterday, and it is several hubdred feet off the road in a wooded area. Currently there is no path there, but there is a field of soy beans. The farmers in the area are currently harvesting the beans, and I will try again after the beans are gone. It will make it easier to find the cemetery. It is not visable from the road.
I will have more for you in about a week.
|Light||RE: William Morris|
Sorry I wasn't able to find his stone :(
Added by Light on Oct 11, 2016 5:24 PM
|Steve Toussaint||William Morris grave site|
I live in Carrollton. This grave is in an OLD are, and I do not know what the markers look like. I will go through there on Monday, October 10th and look around.. It is a couple hundred feet off the road, and in a woded area. If I find anything, I will take a picture and send it to you. I just can't do it before Monday, I have stake conference on Sunday.
I received your request for the picture of William Morris Tombstone in Jerome Cemetery. Not able to find the tombstone, his would be in the older part of the cemetery there are many broken, buried, faded tombstone. We searched but no luck
Added by Light on Oct 08, 2016 12:02 PM
|Jimmie Murphy||Morris Family Cemetery Scott county KY|
Mr. Morris. My name is J. Murphy from here in Scott County. I received permission and assistance to visit this grave site. It is on a private race horse farm now and on the back side of the farm. If you know where to look, you can see the trees at the site from Interstate 64 in Scott county. A young lady named Elizabeth escorted me to this grave site and helped me look for grave stones. I am sorry to report to you that no Morris family members stones are above ground or readable. There is only one stone in this cemetery that is readable and it is a Lady named Elizabeth with a different last name. Good news is that the cemetery is still there and fenced in. It hasn't been taken care of and I am sorry for that. I so much wanted to find and record your relatives for you.
|Debra Downing||Thomas Prather|
Thank you so much for Thomas's headstone photo. This was an important one.
|Ronald Hyer||RE: William Morris|
The one that was a son of Aaron Morris and Nanney
Thomas. William died in 1851. William's brother,
my great-great grandfather Jesse Morris was born
1826 and died 1904 (in Michigan City,Indiana).
Aaron was a son of Thomas Morris and Elizabeth
Musgrave. Thomas was a son of Zachariah Morris
and Ann Williams. Zachariah was a son of John
Morris and Mary Symons.
My Jesse married twice. My connection is through
his 2nd wife,Eliza Macy. Jesse and Eliza's 1st
child (a son)Herbert A. Morris (1859-1905)1st
married Melissa R. Shepherd. Herbert and Melissa
were the parents of my maternal grandmother. Her
name was Leorah Eliza Morris. Leorah married 2nd
my maternal grandfather, William M. Walker. Leorah
and William's youngest daughter, Vendetta Alta
Walker was my mother.Vendetta married my father,
Robert Edward Hyer(Sr.).I am the youngest of three
children born to Vendetta and Robert.
|Ronald Hyer||William Morris|
William was a brother of my great great grandfather
Jesse Morris. How are you connected to William ?
|Gail Black||RE: William Morris|
There is a better one (a second one) on the site. Unfortunately, it always sends the first one.
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