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Cody, Elizabeth
B: 1827, Malpeque, PEI
D: 1862
Richard Willock Morson, Jr. b. 1823 in Montseratt, West Indies, son of Richard Willock Morson, Sr. and Mary Ormsby and died.

She and Richard had 6 children.

He was a farmer and miller. He had 5 more children with his second wife - Robert, Herbert, Kate, Ethel, and Clementine.

FN: Patrick Cody
MN: Annabella Stewart

Children of Richard Willock Morson, Jr. and Elizabeth Cody:

1. Walter Ormsby Morson, Honorable
B: 24 Dec 1851, Hamilton, PEI
D: 09 Sep 1921, Charlottetown, PEI and was buried in Section F, St. Peter's Cathedral Anglican Cemetery, St. Peter's Road, Charlottetown, PEI
M: Mary Elizabeth DesBrisay, dau of Theophilus DesBrisay and Dorcas Octavia Pedder
. Mary Elizabeth DesBrisay b. 11 May 1864 in Charlottetown, PEI, d. 08 Jan 1928, Charlottetown, PEI and was buried in Charlottetown, PEI

From Past and Present of PEI, "MAJOR W. A. 0. MORSON, K. C.. M. L. A.. a successful and well known barrister of Charlottetown. was born at Malpeque, Prince Edward Island. on December 24, 1851, the son of Richard Willock and Elizabeth (Cody) Morson, the father a native of Monserrete, West Indies, and the mother of Malpeque. The paternal grandfather, Richard W. Morson, was also a native of the West Indies. The subject's father came to Prince Edward Island at the age of two years, his father having died, after which his mother became the wife of Alex Stewart.of Malpeque. Of this union there is now living a daughter, who is the widow of James M. McNutt, of Malpeque. In early life Richard W. Morson engaged in farming but in 1866 he engaged in business at Dundas, in which he continued until his death. He was twice married. By his first wife he had seven children, of whom the subject of this sketch was the third in order of birth, and to the second union were born five children"

For more information on this family, see The Descendants of Captain Theophilus DesBrisay.


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