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Andrew Morton (1864)

Andrew Morton
Born in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland, United Kingdommap
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Husband of — married 4 Apr 1890 in Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotlandmap
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Died [date unknown] [location unknown]
Profile last modified | Created 3 Sep 2013
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Andrew Morton was a ship caulker and worked in the dockyards in Glasgow as well as for some time on Tyneside in England (1911 census shows five of the children were born in England. Jessie's birth is registered in Tynemouth).


  • Scotland Birth Register, Calton District, Burgh of Glasgow, ref. 644/04 0929
  • Scotland Marriage Register, Kelvin District, Burgh of Glasgow, ref. 644/09 0130


Thank you to Donna McLean for creating WikiTree profile Morton-2973 through the import of McCann family tree.ged on Aug 22, 2013. Click to the Changes page for the details of edits by Donna and others.

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