Frances Emma Morris

(1857 - 14 September 1901)
     Frances Emma Morris was born in 1857 in Melbourne, Victoria.
Frances Emma Morris married Henry Edward Bird, son of William Henry Bird and Emily Cole, on 19 July 1884 in Launceston, Tasmania.
     Frances died on 14 September 1901 in Prahran, Victoria.

Child of Frances Emma Morris and Henry Edward Bird

Geoffrey or Harry? Morris

     Geoffrey or Harry? Morris married Lily MacKenzie, daughter of David Turnbull MacKenzie and Catherine Snadden MacKenzie.

George Morris

     George Morris married Joanna Colbert in 1859 in Victoria, Australia.

Lt Col, Hon George Henry Morris

(16 July 1872 - 1 September 1914)
Hon. George Henry Morris in 1913
     Lt Col, Hon George Henry Morris was born on 16 July 1872 in Spiddal, Galway, Ireland. He was the younger son of 1st Baron Morris & Killanin, Michael Morris, of Spidall, co. Galway, and Anna, daughter of the Hon G H Hughes, a Baron of the Court of the Exchequer in Ireland.
     He served as an officer in the Irish Guards between 1892 and 1914. Lieut-Colonel Hon. George Henry Morris was the first commanding officer to lead the Irish Guards regiment into battle. He joined The Rifle Brigade in India as 2nd Lieutenant in 1892, after having passed from the Royal Military College, Sandhurst. In 1897 he was appointed Adjutant of the 3rd Battalion The Rifle Brigade, a position he held for four years. He saw active service with the Tochi Valley Expeditionary Force in 1897-98, receiving the medal with clasp. In the second Boer War he served with Damant’s Horse from 1901-1902, being present in operations in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony. He was twice Mentioned in Dispatches and received the Queen’s Medal with four clasps. On the conclusion of the war he rejoined the Staff College, which he had entered in 1901, and passed out in 1903. Obtaining his Majority on transfer to the Irish Guards in 1906, he was next a General Staff Officer at the Army Staff College from 1908-1911, finally becoming Lieut-Colonel when succeeding Charles FitzClarence to the command of the 1st Battalion Irish Guards in July 1913.
He took the battalion to France on August 12, 1914, at the outbreak of World War I and was killed in action on September 1, during the Retreat from Mons when the 4th (Guards) Brigade formed a rear-guard for the 2nd Division in La forêt de Retz near Villers-Cotterêts. Colonel Morris was recognised as one of the most brilliant lecturers in the British Army, and was an authority on strategy, tactics, and military history. He was a member of the Guards’ Club, the Garrick Club and the County Galway Club
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     Lt Col, Hon George Henry Morris and Dora Maryon Wesley Hall were engaged in January 1913. Major the Hon. George Henry Morris, Irish Guards, whose engagement to Miss Dora Wesley Hall is announced, is the younger son of the late Lord Killanin, a former Lord Chief Justice of Ireland and brother and heir presumptive of the present peer. Major Morris, who is in his 41st year, entered the army in 1892. He served with the Tochi Field Force on the North West Frontier, India, during 1897-8, for which he has the medal with clasp; and in 1902 saw active service in the South African War, being mentioned in dispatches and receiving the medal with four clasps. His brother Lord Killanin, was born in 1867, and is still a bachelor.
Lt Col, Hon George Henry Morris married Dora Maryon Wesley Hall, daughter of James Wesley Hall and Mary Frederica Dora Dempster, on 29 April 1913 in Roman Catholic Cathedral, Westminster, Middlesex, England.
     George was killed in action on 1 September 1914 in France aged 42. He is commemorated on the Guards Grave, Villers Cotterets Forest, Aisne, France (reference II/1).

Child of Lt Col, Hon George Henry Morris and Dora Maryon Wesley Hall

Henry Morris

     Henry Morris married Ethel S Newman, daughter of Ernest Newman and Elizabeth Duncan, in 1911 in Sydney, New South Wales.

Herbert Henry Morris

(circa 1886 - 1972)
     Herbert Henry Morris was born circa 1886.
Herbert Henry Morris married Winifred Teresa Colbert, daughter of Edmond John Colbert and Ellen Mary Kinsella, in 1936 in Victoria.
     Herbert died in 1972 in Brig...., Victoria.

John Morris

(before 1803 - 25 June 1852)
     John Morris was born before 1803.
     John Morris arrived per "Parmelia" in 1832 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
     John resided at Patrick's Plains, New South Wales, Australia, 31 December 1837.
John Morris married Anne Riddell, daughter of John Riddel and Ann Bruce, on 19 March 1847 in Yass parish, co. Murray, New South Wales, Australia. In the temporary churchTheir marriage application showed that she was 22 years old and had immigrated in 1841 and he was a 34 year old "Ticket of Leave" convict serving a life sentence, having arrived on the "Parmelia" in 1836.
Her address was given as Tumut House - the only substantial building of that time was Tumut Plains House which was owned by the Shelley family. According to local historians, Lindley's Rose Inn at Gundagai was likely to be the temporary church used by Rev Brigstocke. Was a horse-breaker.
     John died "perished in the floods" on 25 June 1852 in Gundagai, New South Wales. He was described as a horse-breaker, aged 43. His body was not recovered. Most accounts mention John Morris, horse-breaker aged 43 and his two children drowned, and house swept away, his wife was taken off by the blacks..

Children of John Morris and Anne Riddell

John Riddle Morris

(20 January 1848 - 25 June 1852)
     John Riddle Morris was born on 20 January 1848 in Gundagai, New South Wales. He was the son of John Morris and Anne Riddell. John Riddle Morris was christened on 29 April 1848 in New South Wales.
     John died on 25 June 1852 in Gundagai, NSW, aged 4. "Perished in the floods".

Margaret Morris

     Margaret Morris married Edward Haddock, son of Edward Haddock and Mary Butler, on 3 April 1684 in Christ Church, Barbados.

Michael Morris Lord Killanin

(30 July 1914 - 25 April 1999)
     Michael Morris Lord Killanin was born on 30 July 1914 in London, England. He was the son of Lt Col, Hon George Henry Morris and Dora Maryon Wesley Hall.
In 1927 he succeeded as Lord Killanin when his uncle Martin Henry FitzPatrick Morris, 2nd Baron Killanin died in 1927 without an heir. Seat Spiddal House, Galway, Residence 15 Great Cumberland Place, London W; Ferring Sussex. Michael Morris Lord Killanin bore arms: ermine, a fesse indented sable, in base a lion rampart of the last armed and langued gules. Crest - On a fasces fesswise proper, a lion's head erased argent, gutte de sang.
Michael Morris, 3rd Baron Killanin, MBE, TD was an Irish journalist, author, sports official, the sixth president of the International Olympic Committee (IOC). He was a member of one of the fourteen families making up the Tribes of Galway. He was educated at Eton College, the Sorbonne in Paris and then Magdalene College, Cambridge where he was President of renowned Footlights dramatic club. In the mid 1930s, he began his career as a journalist, working for the Daily Express the Daily Sketch and subsequently the Daily Mail. In 1937-1938, he was war correspondent during the Second Sino-Japanese War.
He served in World War II as a volunteer with the 12th (Queen's Westminsters) Battalion a territorial unit of the British Army where he was responsible for recruiting fellow journalists, and friends who were musicians and actors. He reached the rank of Major and took part in the planning of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy in 1944, acting as Brigade Major for the 30th Armoured Brigade, part of the 79th Armoured Division, receiving by the course of operations the Order of the British Empire. After being demobilized, he returned to Ireland.
In 1950, he became the head of the Olympic Council of Ireland, and became his country's representative in the IOC in 1952. He climbed up to senior vice-president in 1968, and succeeded Avery Brundage to the presidency of the IOC, being elected at the 73rd IOC Session in Munich, held prior to the 1972 Summer Olympics - between August 21st and August 24, 1972.
During his presidency, the Olympic movement experienced a difficult period, dealing with the financial flop of the 1976 Montréal Olympics and the boycotts of the 1980 Moscow Olympics. Seen from IOC's point of interest, worse decisions were taken. The cities of Lake Placid, New York and Los Angeles were 'chosen' for 1980 winter and 1984 summer games without any competing cities, resulting in a demanding position of the IOC - instead of a claiming one. He resigned after the Moscow Olympics in 1980, and his position was taken over by Juan Antonio Samaranch.
Lord Killanin was also a director of many companies and dabbled in the film industry, collaborating with his lifelong friend, John Ford, on "The Quiet Man". He also produced films, including The Playboy of the Western World and The Rising of the Moon.
He served as Honorary Consul-General of Monaco in Ireland from 1961 to 1984
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     Michael resided at 9 Lwr Mount Pleasant Ave, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, 1995.
     Michael died on 25 April 1999 in Dublin, Ireland, aged 84. He was buried in Galway, Galway. Following a bilingual funeral Mass at St Enda's Spiddal, County Galway, he was buried in the family vault in the New Cemetery, Galway.

Olive Elizabeth Morris

(13 March 1915 - 29 May 1996)
     Olive Elizabeth Morris was born on 13 March 1915 in Mansfield, Victoria. She was christened in the Church of England, Yarrawonga, Victoria.
Olive Elizabeth Morris married Donald William George MacKenzie, son of David Turnbull MacKenzie and Catherine Snadden MacKenzie, after June 1935 in Victoria. Engagements: MORRIS--McKENZIE. - Olive Elizabeth, only daughter of Mr and Mrs H E Morris Higher Rlementary School Yarram and Donald William George eldest son of Mr and Mrs David T McKenzie, Braeside, Calrossie Yarram.
     Olive was registered as Olive Elizabeth McKenzie, home duties at 'Calrossie', Yarram, Victoria, on the 1966 electoral roll.
     Olive was registered as Olive Elizabeth McKenzie, h.d. at 'Calrossie', near Yarram, on the 1972 electoral roll.
     Olive died on 29 May 1996 in Yarram, Victoria, Australia, aged 81. She was buried in the Anglican section, Yarram.

Child of Olive Elizabeth Morris and Donald William George MacKenzie

Olwen Myfanwy Morris

(before 1896 - )
     Olwen Myfanwy Morris was born before 1896. Olwen was a matron of Newport Hospital.
     Olwen Myfanwy Morris married Richard Ryther Stanser Bowker as his second wife, in 1946 in Wales. Olwen Myfanwy Morris was an executor of Richard Ryther Stanser Bowker's estate on 7 December 1954 in Gloucester, Gloucestershire.

Richard William Morris

William Henry Morris

     William Henry Morris married Isabella Ann Forbes, daughter of Alexander Forbes and Sarah Jane Rose, in 1897 in Victoria.

William? Morris

     William? Morris married Mary Darby, daughter of George? Darby, on 4 January 1779 in Southwark, Surrey. They may be the William Morris and Mary Darby who married by licence 4 Jan 1779 at St George the Martyr, Southwark. The licence was dated 2 Jan 1779) - William Morris of the parish of St George, Southwark ,, bachelor & spinster.

Michael Henry Morrisey

(6 November 1913 - 3 September 1987)
     Michael Henry Morrisey was also known as Harry in records. He was born on 6 November 1913.
Michael Henry Morrisey married Mavis Marie Hoey, daughter of Eugene James Hoey and Martha Robertson, in 1936 in Victoria.
     Michael resided at Chelsea, 1982.
     Michael died on 3 September 1987 in the Peter McCallum Clinic, Melbourne, aged 73. Widow of Yarram, died 6 Aug. Death notice in "The Sun" undated from Mum: Morrissey, Michael Henry (Harry) on Sep 3 1987 at Peter MacCallum Hospital. Son of James & Susan, husband of Mavis, father of Lorraine, Dawn Kevin, Maureen, Colleen and Sharon. Father-in-law of Carl, Les, Jill, Greg, Herbie and Geoff. Poppa of Doug & Michelle, Chris, Michael Shane, Peter, John, Susan (in heaven), Kevin, Matthew, Maria, Paul, Tim, Glenn, (space) Patrick, David, Lisa, Anthea, Belinda, Kristie, Grant and Bradley. Gt-grandfather of Daniel & Cameron. Aged 73.

Ann Morrison

(circa 1730? - circa 1766)
     Ann Morrison was born circa 1730? In Banffshire, Scotland.
Ann Morrison married Robert MacPherson als Gould, son of unlinked early MacPherson, before 1757.
     Ann died circa 1766.

Children of Ann Morrison and Robert MacPherson als Gould

Frances Morrison

(before 1845 - )
     Frances Morrison married John Colbert (of Walshtown More RD). Frances Morrison was born before 1845 in Cork, Ireland.

Child of Frances Morrison and John Colbert (of Walshtown More RD)

Margaret Morrison

(before 1848 - )
     Margaret Morrison married Patrick Colbert (of Walshtown More RD). Margaret Morrison was born before 1848 in Cork, Ireland.

Child of Margaret Morrison and Patrick Colbert (of Walshtown More RD)

Margaret Morrissey

(circa 1870 - )
     Margaret Morrissey married Robert Gardiner in 1858 in Victoria. Margaret Morrissey was born circa 1870.

Child of Margaret Morrissey and Robert Gardiner

Charles Henry Morse

     Charles Henry Morse married Margaret Isabel Willis, daughter of John Willis and Janet Wight, in 1902 in Victoria.

Douglas Victor Morse

     Douglas Victor Morse married Margaret Isabel Colbert, daughter of David Colbert and Susan MacArthur, in 1940 in Victoria.

Marjorie Helen Morse

(3 September 1907 - )
     Marjorie Helen Morse was born on 3 September 1907.
Marjorie Helen Morse married William Thomas Whitford, son of Thomas Joseph Whitford and Bertha Clark, in 1935 in Victoria.
     Marjorie resided at Yarram, Victoria, 1982.

Child of Marjorie Helen Morse and William Thomas Whitford

Hawise de Mortimer

     Hawise de Mortimer married Stephen of Blois, son of Eudes or Odo, Earl of Blois, and Adelaide or Adeliz Countess de Albemarle. Hawise de Mortimer was born in Wigmore, Herefordshire, England.

Child of Hawise de Mortimer and Stephen of Blois

Hawise de Mortimer

     Hawise de Mortimer married Stephen Aumale Count. They had other children not listed here.

Children of Hawise de Mortimer and Stephen Aumale Count

Frank Mortimer

(4 October 1915 - 30 July 2017)
     Frank Mortimer was born on 4 October 1915 in Great Green, Cockfield, Suffolk. He was the son of Happy Samuel Mortimer and Thirza Bland.
The marriage of Frank Mortimer and Olive Gladys Bulpin was registered in Windsor Chapel, Windsor, Berkshire, in the June 1939 quarter.
Frank Mortimer married secondly Yvonne Pauline Hiscock on 16 February 1952 in St Mary's, Eling, Hampshire, England.
He was a coach driver, lorry driver, hotel manager, farmer and postman. He received the MBE 14 June 1997. He was a larder chef on the line Queen Mary's maiden voyage, also on the Aquitania. He suffered a stroke, with partial paralysis on right side.
     Frank resided, May 2013.
     Frank died on 30 July 2017 aged 101.

Happy Samuel Mortimer

(4 February 1862 - 1956)
     Happy Samuel Mortimer was born on 4 February 1862.
     Happy Samuel Mortimer married thirdly Thirza Bland on 5 December 1906 in Bethesda Baptist Chapel, Stowmarket, Suffolk. His first two wives had died and he is buried with his second wife Jenny. By his first wife he had Herbert & Cissie. By his second wife he had Nelson & Samuel. Happy was a greengrocer in 1915.
     Happy Samuel Mortimer was recorded in September 1939 census in Suffolk. Happy S Mortimer, born 4 Feb 1863, retired cowman.
During the period 1951-53 he used to go to the Ipswich Co-Op Society restaurant for lunch, sometimes he would do a little jig for the customers. He was apparently a happy old man. He stopped going there about 1952/3, they heard that he had died.
     Happy died in 1956 in Ipswich, Suffolk.

Children of Happy Samuel Mortimer and Thirza Bland

Harold Sidney Mortimer

(24 October 1907 - 9 January 1996)
     Harold Sidney Mortimer was born on 24 October 1907. He was the son of Happy Samuel Mortimer and Thirza Bland.
The marriage of Harold Sidney Mortimer and Edith Smith (Pyggott) was registered in Doncaster RD in the September 1929 quarter.
     Harold died on 9 January 1996 in the hospital, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, aged 88. He was buried in Thorne, Lincolnshire.

Child of Harold Sidney Mortimer and Edith Smith (Pyggott)

Hugh Mortimer

( - circa 1180)
     Maud de Meschin (Belmeis) (Mortimer) married secondly Hugh Mortimer. He was of Wigmore, co. Hereford. They had Hugh de Mortimer, who died bef 1181, d.v.p. and Roger de Mortimer, died bef 19 Aug 1214.
     Hugh died circa 1180.

Mabel Thirza Mortimer

(29 October 1910 - 10 August 1981)
     Mabel Thirza Mortimer was born on 29 October 1910. She was the daughter of Happy Samuel Mortimer and Thirza Bland.
She was 'in sevice' when young. She had polio at 6 months and needed a caliper for many years.
The marriage of Mabel Thirza Mortimer and Edward Abraham Brinkley was registered in Bury St Edmunds RD, Suffolk, in the March 1936 quarter.
     Mabel died on 10 August 1981 in Drinkstone, Suffolk, aged 70.

Child of Mabel Thirza Mortimer and Edward Abraham Brinkley