Genealogy material compiled by Mr. William S. Morton and his wife, Mrs. Margaret H. Morton of Farmville, Virginia which trace the descendants of Joseph Morton of Prince Edward County, Virginia and allied families. Includes primary source material, such as the 1830 daybook of the J. J. Dupuy Company of Charlotte Court House. Also, contains typescript of Richard Lee Morton's copy of Hugh Blair Grigsby's notes on the Robert Rose Diary and of William Cryer's transcript of the Charles Campbell diaries.
PDF Inventory (below) includes folder list for addition, Mss. 82.7, which is filed at the end of Box 2.
The genealogical chart of Sir Thomas West is filed in the oversize file (Accession 90 M85, addition 1980.19).
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Margaret H. Morton was a genealogist who lived in Farmville, Virginia. She was married to William H. Morton and usually signed her correspondence "Mrs. William H. Morton." Further information about this individual or organization may be available in the Special Collections Research Center Wiki: