22 Sep 1547
Kelsale, Suffolk, , England
10 Apr 1602
Luxulyan, Cornwall, , England
Thomas Gross 12x Great Grand Father
Robert Grose 11x Great Grand Father
William Grose 11x Great Uncle
Nicholas Grose 10x Great Grand Father
Ambrose Grose 9x Great Grand Father
Nicholas Grose 8x Great Grand Father
Nicholas Grose 7x Great Grand Father
Catherine Grose 6x Great Grand Mother
Richard Grose 5x Great Grand Father
Jane Grose 4x Great Grand Mother
Mary Worden 3x Great Grand Mother
John Rowse 2x Great Grand Father
Annie Rowse Great Grand Mother
Samuel Roe Grand Father
Fern Roe Mother
Joseph Morrow Self
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Virtually All descendants of Andre Morin that made it to adulthood and had children of their own were women. There were only a few males in these families. In fact, there may be only one other male Morrow that I am aware of to carry on the Morrow Family name....other than my own children.
Durant and Census Rolls
The Morrow's are directly related to over 100 people listed on the 1870 Census Rolls and the 1908 Durant Rolls. Others are related indirectly through children or other relatives to many others.
The Morrow Family Tree website is a Resource and Research Forum and Archive for the Morrow/Morin/Moreau line that emmigrated from France to Quebec then to Mackinac, Bois Blanc, Cheboygan and Cedarville Michigan in Northern Michigan and Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Our Ancestors were French and Native American from the Mackinac Band of Chippewa Indians primarily from Bois Blanc Island, Mackinac Island and the Les Cheneaux Islands area near Cedarville Michigan, And from the following “Lake Superior Bands of Chippewa Indians: The Garden River Band of Chippewa Indians located in Ontario, The Sault Ste. Marie band of Chippewa Indians (both Bay Mills and Sault Tribe), The Keweenaw Bay Indians located in L’Anse, Baraga, The Lac du Flambeau Indians near Chippewa River in Wisconsin. We are also descended from the Potawatomi Indians near Milwaukee Wisconsin. And “probably” the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians and the Little River Band of Chippewa and Ottawa Indians of Manistee.