MorrisGenealogy.com was created as a reference to Morris family-related records, such as Deeds, Wills, Court Records, and other items that are critical to understanding Morris family relationships — figuring out which Morrises belong with which family, and which ones may presently be linked to the wrong families. Learn more here.
Since I had to start somewhere…
I have begun my work in publishing all sorts of Morris records in the area with which I have the most experience — Craven County, North Carolina. From there, I hope to branch out to other counties in the region, and then extend even into other states where some of our eastern NC Morrises eventually came to settle.
Would you like to help?
If you are as passionate about Morris genealogy as I am and you’d like to help untangle the Morris families in your neck of the woods, please consider contributing to this site. There’s only one condition: You must keep any content posted to actual, verifiable, original records (or reasonable facsimiles thereof) and you must include supporting files (image files, PDFs, etc.)
Family genealogy books are not original records unless it is a family Bible or some similar record that was created contemporaneously to the individuals named in the record.
All sources should be provided so that fastidious researchers can be confident that the information provided is verifiable.
If you’re interested, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.