The History of the Morison Or Morrison Family: With Most of the "Traditions of the Morrisons" (clan MacGillemhuire), Hereditary Judges of Lewis, by Capt. F. W. L. Thomas, of Scotland, and a Record of the Descendants of the Hereditary Judges to 1880. A Complete History of the Morison Settlers of Londonderry, N.H., of 1719, and Their Descendants, with Genealogical Sketches. Also, of the Brentwood, Nottingham, and Sanbornton, N.H. Morisons, and Branches of the Morisons who Settled in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Nova Scotia, and Descendants of the Morisons of Preston Grange, Scotland, and Other Families

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A. Williams & Company, 1880 - Scotland - 468 pages
 

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