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The Morton families of County Longford, Ireland were numerous.
Initially I will create categories to easily find information about the Morton families and their descendants.
DNA is a great took to link the descendant families who aren’t certain if their Morton families emigrated from Co Longford.
While it cant pinpoint who the common ancestor is it can genetically link people.
By sharing birth, marriage and death information we can use family trees to identify the common ancestor.
If you are interested in taking a DNA test I would recommend you take the Family Finder test at Family Tree DNA – https:// Once your results come back or if you have already tested at Ancestry, 23and Me etc please export those results to a Free website called Gedmatch.
https:// will allow you to compare your results to all four major testing companies so we can all compare our results For privacy purposes I do not post information about living people.
About me: I am a descendant of Elizabeth (Eliza) Morton who was born on 15 June 1841 in Ballymahon, County Longford, Ireland.
Elizabeth was the daughter of Thomas Morton 1815-1881 and Mary Fawcett 1813-1875. Elizabeth emigrated to New Zealand and married Robert Searight 1841-1873 and had two children.
Robert died in tragic circumstances (tree fell on him) and Elizabeth remarried to Moore Ellis Mawhinney.
Elizabeth and Moore had six children before Moore died in tragic circumstances (drowning).