Persons with the Surname 'Morton'

The Morton Family Record


Surnames with the Same Soundex 'M635'

53 individuals have the surname 'Morton'.

Jane Morton (about 1857—27 Apr 1939)
Janet Morrison Morton (about Mar 1888—)
Elizabeth Ann Morton (about 1844—)
Mary Ida Morton (about 1855—)
Agnes Morton (about Oct 1907—)
Agness Jane Morton (10 Oct 1865—)
Albert R. Morton (7 Aug 1895—)
Alexander Morton (about 1861—)
Alice Maud Morton (13 Aug 1894—)
Andrew Sim Morton (21 Mar 1875—)
Arthur Morton (—Private)
Bertha Morton (7 Sep 1876—)
Catherine Ann Morton (22 Mar 1862—)
Charles A. Morton (9 Aug 1892—)
Ella Morton (20 Nov 1869—)
Ellen Morton (—)
Ellen Morton (about 1850—)
Emily Edith Morton (24 Feb 1885—)
Ernest Morton (19 Jan 1883—before 1891)
Florence Morton (about 1871—)
Frances Morton (—Private)
Frances Morton (1875—1936)
Freeman E. Morton (3 Sep 1897—)
George Morton (about 1848—)
George Morton (28 Nov 1865—Private)
George Morton (24 Jun 1886—)
Harriet Morton (about 1863—)
Harriet Morton (about 1867—)
Howard Morton (27 Jul 1889—)
Hugh Morton (about 1852—)
Hulda Caroline Morton (12 May 1826—28 Apr 1910)
Ida May Morton (5 Sep 1878—)
Isabella Morton (—)
James Morton (about 1820—5 Mar 1903)
James Morton (21 Apr 1860—)
James Wilfred Morton (4 Sep 1880—)
Janet Morton (about 1848—)
Jennie Morton (about 1857—)
John Morton (about 1810—30 Jan 1882)
John Morton (about 1866—)
Margaret Morton (about 1854—)
Mark Morton (about 1817—1863)
Mary Morton (—)
Mary Morton (2 Sep 1871—)
Mary J. Morton (about 1851—)
Robert Morton (—)
Robert Morton (18 Jun 1846—10 Oct 1905)
Sarah Morton (about 1857—)
Jessie Morton (about 1849—)
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