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57th Thomas William Mort
Family Reunion

Sunday June 22, 2008
Home of DeWayne & Donna Jackson
1390 North State Road 5
Larwill, Indiana
Family Fun & Visits     11:00
Mort Pot Luck Dinner   12:30


2008 Mort Reunion will be held at
Home of Dee & Donna Jackson
1390 North State Road 5
Larwill, Indiana
Sunday June 22, 2008

1390 North State Road 5 – From US-30 and State Road 5
go north on State Road 5 to the 7th house on the right.
Same location as the 2006 Mort Reunion

Mark & Mary Mort
Pierceton, Indiana
2008 President & Secretary/Treasurer

2007 Mort Reunion Photos

Thomas William Mort Family Online

2007 Mort Reunion Photos



Mort Families of Lancashire




http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/read/brethren/2004-02/1075698205:
OLD ORDER NOTES issue no. 5, Spring 1982, page 37,
lists only the PROMINENT surnames in the Old German Baptist Cemeteries.
It does not include all surnames in the cemeteries.

AMSTERDAM Church Cemetery--was located southeast of Waynesboro, PA. The remains were moved to the PRICES CEMETERY to make room for a highway. A common grave was made with names cut into a cement slab:

BENCHOFF, EMBLY, FITZ, FOX, GREEN, HOOVER, HARRISON, MORT, MURPHY, MYERS, REACHARD, SNIVELY STONER, STULL.



Frederick Co, Md Equity Court Abstracts - JS-3

398-400 - MORT, STRINE, SNOOK, BROOKE - Mar 1820

Adam SNOOK, et al - Reassignment of Trustee

Richard BROOKE, esquire, now deceased, was appointed trustee to sell the real estate of Mathias MORT on 3 Dec 1817; which was sold for $3,280.36 to Adam SNOOK but Brooke died before conveying the property. Susannah STRINE, Margaret MORT and John MORT were minor children of Christian MORT, deceased. Singleton DuVAL was appointed the new trustee.



Land Records of the Pennsylvania State Archives
This needs to be completely searched for Mort records.

Somerset County PA Warrant Registers
No. Name of Warrantee Description   Qty.  Date of Warrant
65  Mort, William      Survey      39.80      27 Sep 1831


1930 Census Extracts
Pleast contact me if one of your
relatives is listed here.


1930 Census of Arizona
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Thomas G Mort   Clara L   Warren, Cochise, AZ 1879   Head
Clara L Mort Thomas G Warren, Cochise, AZ 1877Wife
Kenneth G Mort Thomas G Warren, Cochise, AZ 1905Son
Winifred Mort Thomas G Warren, Cochise, AZ 1914Daughter


1930 Census of California
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Craig Mort Lena Oakland, Alameda, CA 1889Head
Lena Mort Craig Oakland, Alameda, CA 1889Wife
Carl Mort Craig Oakland, Alameda, CA 1909Son
Clarence Mort Craig Oakland, Alameda, CA 1912Son
Lile Mort Craig Oakland, Alameda, CA 1915Daughter
I M Mort Ella Township 9, Contra Costa, CA 1898Head
Ella Mort I M Township 9, Contra Costa, CA 1902Wife
Wayne Mort I M Township 9, Contra Costa, CA 1922Son
Doris Mort I M Township 9, Contra Costa, CA 1924Daughter
Dorothy Jens Mort I M Township 9, Contra Costa, CA 1925Daughter
Mary E Mort I M Township 9, Contra Costa, CA 1927Daughter
Aileen Mort I M Township 9, Contra Costa, CA 1928Daughter
William Mort Laura Covina, Los Angeles, CA 1882Head
Laura Mort William Covina, Los Angeles, CA 1884Wife
James Mort William Covina, Los Angeles, CA 1909Son
Ronald W Mort Long Beach, Los Angeles, CA 1905Head
Edwin D Mort Chislopha Long Beach, Los Angeles, CA 1882Head
Mina M Mort Margaret Long Beach, Los Angeles, CA 1895Wife
Chislopha Mort Long Beach, Los Angeles, CA 1842Father
Albert Mort Emma B Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 1876Head
Emma B Mort Albert Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 1884Wife
Clifton B Mort Evelyn O Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 1903Head
Evelyn O Mort Clifton B Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 1907Wife
Ronald C Mort Clifton B Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 1929Son
Foster S Mort Minnie Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 1904Head
Minnie Mort Foster S Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 1908Wife
Hilda Mort Foster S Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 1926Daughter
Lawrence Mort Foster S Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 1929Son
Grace Mort Clara Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 1905Head
Clara Mort Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 1856Mother
Otis A Mort Gertrude Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 1874Head
Gertrude Mort Otis A Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 1880Wife
Russel Mort Frances Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 1900Head
Frances Mort Russel Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 1907Wife
Louise Mort Laguna Beach, Orange, CA 1896Lodger
Owen Mort Arverta Blythe, Riverside, CA 1891Head
Arverta Mort Owen Blythe, Riverside, CA 1907Wife
George Mort Owen Blythe, Riverside, CA 1926Son
Owen David Mort Owen Blythe, Riverside, CA 1928Son
Clyde E Mort Elizabeth M Rialto, San Bernardino, CA 1871Head
Frankie L Mort Clyde E Rialto, San Bernardino, CA 1876Wife
Leonard E Mort Clyde E Rialto, San Bernardino, CA 1911Son
Mildred Mort Clyde E Rialto, San Bernardino, CA 1907Daughter
Elizabeth M Mort Rialto, San Bernardino, CA 1844Mother
John W Mort Josephine San Diego, San Diego, CA 1869Head
Josephine Mort John W San Diego, San Diego, CA 1878Wife
Francis L Mort Grace M San Diego, San Diego, CA 1902Head
Grace M Mort Francis L San Diego, San Diego, CA 1902Wife
Roy G Mort Agnes San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 1884Head
Agnes Mort Roy G San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 1894Wife
Roy Mort Agnes San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 1914Stepson
Robert J Mort Agnes San Francisco, San Francisco, CA 1918Stepson
Harry Mort Stockton, San Joaquin, CA 1871Lodger
Oscar Mort Stockton, San Joaquin, CA 1884Roomer
Ina D Mort Palo Alto, Santa Clara, CA 1884Servant
Harry Mort Township 4, Shasta, CA 1881Partner
Carl Mort?? Bernice Rio Vista, Solano, CA 1900Head
Bernice Mort?? Carl Rio Vista, Solano, CA 1908Wife
Mary Lou Mort?? Carl Rio Vista, Solano, CA 1929Daughter
Lulu Mort Woodland, Yolo, CA 1872Aunt


1930 Census of Colorado
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Claude E Mort Arma Aurora, Adams, CO 1891Head
Arma Mort Claude E Aurora, Adams, CO 1890Wife
John W Mort Claude E Aurora, Adams, CO 1928Son
William Mart Florence I Precinct 24, Garfield, CO 1886Head
Florence I Mart William Precinct 24, Garfield, CO 1888Wife
L Alfred Mart William Precinct 24, Garfield, CO 1913Son
Syriel B Mart William Precinct 24, Garfield, CO 1922Daughter
Clyde Mort Elzaidee Precinct 55, Las Animas, CO 1881Head
Elzaidee Mort Mary Precinct 55, Las Animas, CO 1888Wife
Gilbert Mort Clyde Precinct 55, Las Animas, CO 1913Son
Darrell Mort Clyde Precinct 55, Las Animas, CO 1915Son
Zelma Mort Clyde Precinct 55, Las Animas, CO 1920Daughter
Wayne Mort Clyde Precinct 55, Las Animas, CO 1922Son
Lelie L Mort Grand Junction, Mesa, CO 1893Head
Irene M Mort Lelie L Grand Junction, Mesa, CO 1913Daughter
Walter H Mort Lelie L Grand Junction, Mesa, CO 1914Son
June A Mort Lelie L Grand Junction, Mesa, CO 1918Daughter


1930 Census of Connecticut
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
John La Mort Angie Norwalk, Fairfield, CT 1907Head
Angie La Mort John Norwalk, Fairfield, CT 1908Wife
Christine Mort Stamford, Fairfield, CT 1895Lodger


1930 Census of Delaware
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Robt W Mort Wilmington, New Castle, DE 1889Boarder
Pauline Mort Washington, Washington, DC 1905Nurse


1930 Census of Florida
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Wilbur Mort Mina Tampa, Hillsborough, FL 1863Head
Mina Mort Wilbur Tampa, Hillsborough, FL 1873Wife
Thomas A Mort Annie Daytona Beach, Volusia, FL 1860Head
Annie Mort Thomas A Daytona Beach, Volusia, FL 1862Wife


1930 Census of Georgia
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Harley Mort Militia District 6, Chatham, GA 1911Inmate
Zack L Mort Ollie B Thomasville, Thomas, GA 1898Head
Ollie B Mort Zack L Thomasville, Thomas, GA 1903Wife
John R Mort Zack L Thomasville, Thomas, GA 1926Son


1930 Census of Idaho
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Collie L Mort Blackfoot, Bingham, ID 1895Inmate
Arthur Mort Goldia Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1886Head
Goldia Mort Arthur Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1894Wife
Virgil Mort Arthur Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1917Son
Virginia Mort Arthur Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1918Daughter
Elan Mort Arthur Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1920Son
Lois Mort Arthur Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1923Daughter
Cleo Mort Arthur Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1926Daughter
Marvin Mort Arthur Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1929Son
Edith M Mort Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1900Head
Keith H Mort Edith M Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1920Son
Warnie C Mort Edith M Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1922Son
Gayle N Mort Edith M Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1924Son
Carroll Lee Mort Edith M Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1926Son
Ronald Mort Edith M Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1928Son
Royce Mort Edith M Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1928Son
Glenn G Mort Edith M Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID Son
Robert W Mort Gertrude Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1879Head
Gertrude Mort Robert W Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1882Wife
Cecil Mort Robert W Twin Falls, Twin Falls, ID 1914Son


1930 Census of Illinois
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
George W Mort Elnorak Thomson, Carroll, IL 1861Head
Elnorak Mort George W Thomson, Carroll, IL 1873Wife
Herman Mort Mary Chicago, Cook, IL 1873Head
Mary Mort Herman Chicago, Cook, IL 1882Wife
John Mort Herman Chicago, Cook, IL 1905Son
Herman Mort Herman Chicago, Cook, IL 1907Son
Joseph Mort Herman Chicago, Cook, IL 1911Son
William Mort Herman Chicago, Cook, IL 1913Son
Robert Mort Herman Chicago, Cook, IL 1915Son
Charles Mort Herman Chicago, Cook, IL 1922Son
Alexander R Mort Edna Chicago, Cook, IL 1890Head
Edna Mort Alexander R Chicago, Cook, IL 1891Wife
Jack Mort Alexander R Chicago, Cook, IL 1918Son
Roberta Mort Alexander R Chicago, Cook, IL 1922Daughter
William Mort Stephen B Chicago, Cook, IL 1896Head
Fern Mort William Chicago, Cook, IL 1896Wife
William Mort William Chicago, Cook, IL 1924Son
Stephen B Mort Chicago, Cook, IL 1848Father
Bessie Mort Chicago, Cook, IL 1870Head
Harry Mort Bessie Chicago, Cook, IL 1909Son
Urban Mort Chicago, Cook, IL 1881Lodger
Ray Mort Chicago, Cook, IL 1900Lodger
Jacob Mort Mattie M Licking, Crawford, IL 1864Head
Mattie M Mort Jacob Licking, Crawford, IL 1868Wife
Mabel (Mort) ScottCarolin Bethany, Moultrie, IL 1887Wife
Carolin Mort Bethany, Moultrie, IL 1864Mother-in-law
Vernon e Mort Hattie Morrison, Whiteside, IL 1893Head
Hattie Mort Vernon e Morrison, Whiteside, IL 1905Wife
Doris Mort Vernon e Morrison, Whiteside, IL 1925Daughter
Mary j Mort Vernon e Morrison, Whiteside, IL 1927Daughter
Vernabell Mort Vernon e Morrison, Whiteside, IL 1930Daughter


1930 Census of Indiana
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
John Mort Loretta Clay, Kosciusko, IN 1864Head
Loretta Mort John Clay, Kosciusko, IN 1877Wife
Jacob H Mort Ora A Jackson, Kosciusko, IN 1864Head
Ora A Mort Jacob H Jackson, Kosciusko, IN 1869Wife
Lewis B Mort Jacob H Jackson, Kosciusko, IN 1911Son
Louise B Mort Jacob H Jackson, Kosciusko, IN 1911Daughter
Roy C Mort Roxie R Monroe, Kosciusko, IN 1894Head
Roxie R Mort Roy C Monroe, Kosciusko, IN 1894Wife
Howard R Mort Roy C Monroe, Kosciusko, IN 1913Son
Betty M Mort Roy CMonroe, Kosciusko, IN 1920Daughter
Daniel?? Mort Roy C Monroe, Kosciusko, IN 1923Son
Joseph E Mort Roy C Monroe, Kosciusko, IN 1927Son
Lester L Mort Hazel R Monroe, Kosciusko, IN 1905Head
Hazel R Mort Lester L Monroe, Kosciusko, IN 1911Wife
Max W Mort Lester L Monroe, Kosciusko, IN 1928Son
Donna M Mort Lester L Monroe, Kosciusko, IN 1930Daughter
Leo D Mort Lucile B Monroe, Kosciusko, IN 1907Head
Lucile B Mort Leo C Monroe, Kosciusko, IN 1911Wife
Lawrence Mort Irene Pierceton, Kosciusko, IN 1901Head
Irene Mort Lawrence Pierceton, Kosciusko, IN 1912Wife
William Mort Dora Pierceton, Kosciusko, IN 1876Head
Dora Mort William Pierceton, Kosciusko, IN 1882Wife
Carl Mort William Pierceton, Kosciusko, IN 1909Son
Glenn Mort William Pierceton, Kosciusko, IN 1911Son
Mary Mort Susan East Chicago, Lake, IN 1880Wife
Susan Mort East Chicago, Lake, IN 1855Mother-in-law
William M Mort Vora H Anderson, Madison, IN 1899Head
Vora H Mort William M Anderson, Madison, IN 1900Wife
Richard C Mort William M Anderson, Madison, IN 1925Son
John M Mort William M Anderson, Madison, IN 1926Son
Della J Mort Pendleton, Madison, IN 1873Head
Fred Mort Edith Elwood, Madison, IN 1899Head
Edith Mort Fred Elwood, Madison, IN 1906Wife
Frederick R Mort Fred Elwood, Madison, IN 1925Son
Martha J Mort Fred Elwood, Madison, IN 1926Daughter
William J Mort Fred Elwood, Madison, IN 1928Son
John Mort Delora Elwood, Madison, IN 1870Head
Delora Mort John Elwood, Madison, IN 1874Wife
William Mort John Elwood, Madison, IN 1913Son
Mary M Mort Indianapolis, Marion, IN 1908Lodger
William J Mort Maud Pipe Creek, Miami, IN 1885Head
Maud Mort William J Pipe Creek, Miami, IN 1887Wife
Williams Mort William J Pipe Creek, Miami, IN 1912Daughter
George Mort Dora Washington, Miami, IN 1881Head
Dora Mort George Washington, Miami, IN 1881Wife
John Mort Valnetty Osceola, St Joseph, IN 1903Head
Valnetty Mort John Osceola, St Joseph, IN 1912Wife
Clarance R Mort John Osceola, St Joseph, IN 1929Son
Lillian Mort Perry, Vanderburgh, IN 1894
Mattie A Mort John E Newport, Vermillion, IN 1871Wife
Eather Mort John E Newport, Vermillion, IN 1904Daughter


1930 Census of Iowa
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
A Eugene Mort Florence, Benton, IA 1863Half Brother
Glen E Mort Adelaine Waterloo, Black Hawk, IA 1907Head
Adelaine Mort Glen E Waterloo, Black Hawk, IA 1908Wife
George Mort Waterloo, Black Hawk, IA 1899Lodger
Lewis G Mort Emma L Iowa City, Johnson, IA 1903Head
Emma L Mort Lewis G Iowa City, Johnson, IA 1903Wife
Arthur F Mort Edythe F Pleasant, Monroe, IA 1905Head
Edythe F Mort Arthur F Pleasant, Monroe, IA 1906Wife
Fayne E Mort Arthur F Pleasant, Monroe, IA 1927Son
Roscoe Mort Arthur F Pleasant, Monroe, IA 1930Son
Rollan Mort Arthur F Pleasant, Monroe, IA 1930Son
Walter Mort Tena Holman, Osceola, IA 1895Head
Tena Mort Walter Holman, Osceola, IA 1893Wife
Anna J Mort Walter Holman, Osceola, IA 1926Daughter
John Mort Holman, Osceola, IA 1862Head
Grace Mort John Holman, Osceola, IA 1892Daughter
Floyd E Mort Gladys M Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie, IA 1900Head
Gladys M Mort Floyd E Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie, IA 1908Wife
Warren D Mort Floyd E Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie, IA 1925Son
Dolores M Mort Floyd E Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie, IA 1927Daughter
Donald D Mort Floyd E Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie, IA 1930Son
James C Mort Luella V Milton, Van Buren, IA 1850Head
Luella V Mort James C Milton, Van Buren, IA 1866Wife
Leo D Mort Addie Union, Van Buren, IA 1899Stepson
William Mort Sarah A Van Buren, Van Buren, IA 1845Head
Sarah A Mort William Van Buren, Van Buren, IA 1855Wife
Mabel Mort William Van Buren, Van Buren, IA 1897Daughter
Sarah A,Van Buren, Van Buren, IA 1897Daughter
Maxine Mort Willis L Ottumwa, Wapello, IA 1923Daughter
C H Mort Goldie C Ottumwa, Wapello, IA 1874Head
Goldie C Mort C H Ottumwa, Wapello, IA 1884Wife
Gorrell M Mort C H Ottumwa, Wapello, IA 1914Daughter


1930 Census of Kansas
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Ivan R Mort Charatt G Hill City, Graham, KS 1879Head
Lamona Mort Ivan R Hill City, Graham, KS 1879Wife
Anna A Mort Ivan R Hill City, Graham, KS
Charatt G Mort Hill City, Graham, KS 1844Mother
Raleigh Mort Mary H Olathe, Johnson, KS 1921Son
Harold Mort Mary H Olathe, Johnson, KS 1923Son
Grace B Mort Beloit, Mitchell, KS 1899Roomer
Robert C Mort Beloit, Mitchell, KS 1925Roomer
Howard Mort Ferris Wichita, Sedgwick, KS 1895Head
Ferris Mort Howard Wichita, Sedgwick, KS 1899Wife
Bettina Mort Howard Wichita, Sedgwick, KS 1921Daughter
Jeanette Mort Howard Wichita, Sedgwick, KS 1925Daughter
Arma Mort Topeka, Shawnee, KS 1857Mother


1930 Census of Kentucky
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Henry Mort Mattie Heidrick, Knox, KY 1875Head
Mattie Mort Henry Heidrick, Knox, KY 1888Wife
Thos Mort Henry Heidrick, Knox, KY 1914Son


1930 Census of Louisiana
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Billie Mort Oak Ridge, Morehouse, LA 1899Nephew


1930 Census of Maryland
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Charles A Mort Alice C Cumberland, Allegany, MD 1892Head
Alice C Mort Charles A Cumberland, Allegany, MD 1887Wife
Mary Mort Charles A Cumberland, Allegany, MD 1919Daughter
Melvia Mort Charles A Cumberland, Allegany, MD 1924Daughter
RecordCumberland, Allegany, MD 1895Head
Alonza Mort Jessaline Cumberland, Allegany, MD 1895Head
Jessaline Mort Alonza Cumberland, Allegany, MD 1898Wife
Francis Mort Alonza Cumberland, Allegany, MD 1920Daughter
William Mort Alonza Cumberland, Allegany, MD 1922Son
Anise Mort Cumberland, Allegany, MD 1880Head
Dewey Mort Anise Cumberland, Allegany, MD 1899Son
Arbutus Mort Anise Cumberland, Allegany, MD 1909Daughter
Leonard Mort Anise Cumberland, Allegany, MD 1914Son
Allen C Mort Baltimore, Baltimore, MD 1910
Dilly M Mort Emma M Taneytown, Carroll, MD 1881Head
Emma M Mort Dilly M Taneytown, Carroll, MD 1887Wife
Hazel V Mort Dilly M Taneytown, Carroll, MD 1922Daughter
John E Mort Taneytown, Carroll, MD 1876Head
Hazel M Mort John E Taneytown, Carroll, MD 1905Daughter
Ralph E Mort John E Taneytown, Carroll, MD 1911Son
William T Mort Bessie M Creagerstown, Frederick, MD 1885Head
Bessie M Mort William T Creagerstown, Frederick, MD 1884Wife
Louise A Mort William T Creagerstown, Frederick, MD 1926Daughter
Charles P Mort Ida F Emmitsburg, Frederick, MD 1895Head
Ida F Mort Emmitsburg, Frederick, MD 1863Mother
Frankin Mort Woodsboro, Frederick, MD 1855Head
W Harrison Mort Frankin Woodsboro, Frederick, MD 1888Son
Nettie E Mort William Woodsboro, Frederick, MD 1905Daughter-in-law
William Mort Nettie E Woodsboro, Frederick, MD 1913Son
Regenia M Mort Woodsboro, Frederick, MD 1916Granddaughter
Robert E Mort Woodsboro, Frederick, MD 1922Grandson
Harold L Mort Woodsboro, Frederick, MD 1925Grandson
Susan Mort Woodsboro, Frederick, MD 1847Head
George A Mort Caroline S Lewistown, Frederick, MD 1855Head
Caroline S Mort George A Lewistown, Frederick, MD 1865Wife
Walter A Mort Lewistown, Frederick, MD 1871Lodger
Charles S Mort Delia R Lewistown, Frederick, MD 1856Head
Delia R Mort Charles S Lewistown, Frederick, MD 1847Wife
Spencer E Mort Ethel J Lewistown, Frederick, MD 1886Head
Ethel J Mort Spencer E Lewistown, Frederick, MD 1892Wife
Curtis E Mort Spencer E Lewistown, Frederick, MD 1918Son
Caroline R Mort Spencer E Lewistown, Frederick, MD 1919Daughter
Isaac Mort Cassie Hagerstown, Washington, MD 1867Head
Cassie Mort Isaac Hagerstown, Washington, MD 1859Wife
William Mort Mary E Hancock, Washington, MD 1854Head
Mary E Mort William Hancock, Washington, MD 1859Wife
Sarah E Mort William Hancock, Washington, MD 1879Daughter


1930 Census of MAssachusetts
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Frederick Mort Ethel New Bedford, Bristol, MA 1899Head
Ethel Mort Frederick New Bedford, Bristol, MA 1899Wife
Muriel Mort Frederick New Bedford, Bristol, MA 1927Daughter
Herbert Mort Martha A New Bedford, Bristol, MA 1888Head
Martha A Mort Herbert New Bedford, Bristol, MA 1892Wife
Harbert F Mort Herbert New Bedford, Bristol, MA 1914Son
Edna M Mort Herbert New Bedford, Bristol, MA 1917Daughter
John W Mort Herbert New Bedford, Bristol, MA 1929Son
RecordNorth Andover, Essex, MA 1891Head
George A Mort Lulu North Andover, Essex, MA 1891Head
Lulu Mort George A North Andover, Essex, MA 1890Wife
Lillian A Mort George A North Andover, Essex, MA 1916Daughter
Eleanor A Mort George A North Andover, Essex, MA 1919Daughter
Thomas A Mort George A North Andover, Essex, MA 1922Son
Linwood A Mort North Andover, Essex, MA 1916Nephew
Howard E Mort Springfield, Hampden, MA 1884Roomer
George Mort Charlotte Cambridge, Middlesex, MA 1923Stepson
Annie,John R Newton, Middlesex, MA 1905Daughter
John R Mort Anna A Newton, Middlesex, MA 1901Son-in-law
Anna C Mort John R Newton, Middlesex, MA 1925Granddaughter
John R Mort John R Newton, Middlesex, MA 1929Grandson
John Mort Annie Fitchburg, Worcester, MA 1880Head
Annie Mort John Fitchburg, Worcester, MA 1892Wife
Arvo Mort John Fitchburg, Worcester, MA 1913Son
Anni Mort John Fitchburg, Worcester, MA 1915Son
Tonnie Mort John Fitchburg, Worcester, MA 1918Son
Eulla R Mort Millbury, Worcester, MA 1873Head
Helen Mort Leominster, Worcester, MA 1910Servant
Frederick T Mort Annie Worcester, Worcester, MA 1868Head
Annie Mort Frederick T Worcester, Worcester, MA 1869Wife
Leonard C Mort Frederick T Worcester, Worcester, MA 1904Son


1930 Census of Michigan
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Harry D Mort Mary E Lee, Allegan, MI 1884Head
Mary E Mort Harry D Lee, Allegan, MI 1886Wife
Harold P Mort Harry D Lee, Allegan, MI 1910Son
Byron W Mort Harry D Lee, Allegan, MI 1912Son
Everett D Mort Harry D Lee, Allegan, MI 1914Son
Carl E Mort Myrtle W St Johns, Clinton, MI 1904Head
Myrtle W Mort Carl E St Johns, Clinton, MI 1906Wife
Lee E Mort Carl E St Johns, Clinton, MI 1925Son
C James Mort Carl E St Johns, Clinton, MI 1927Son
Lora M Mort Carl E St Johns, Clinton, MI 1928Daughter
Lewis O La Mort Francis Charlotte, Eaton, MI 1864Head
Francis La Mort Lewis O Charlotte, Eaton, MI 1870Wife
Audrey K Marta Margaret Flint, Genesee, MI 1906Wife
Margaret Mort Flint, Genesee, MI 1886Mother-in-law
Theresa M Mort Flint, Genesee, MI 1909Sister-in-law
Lizzie Mort Kingsley, Grand Traverse, MI 1857Sister
George Mort Loise Traverse City, Grand Traverse, MI 1888Head
Loise Mort George Traverse City, Grand Traverse, MI 1890Wife
Edward Mort George Traverse City, Grand Traverse, MI 1917Son
Leo Mort George Traverse City, Grand Traverse, MI 1918Son
Mariana Mort George Traverse City, Grand Traverse, MI 1919Daughter
Herbert Mort George Traverse City, Grand Traverse, MI 1923Son
Vernon Mort George Traverse City, Grand Traverse, MI 1927Son
Veretta Mort George Traverse City, Grand Traverse, MI 1927Daughter
Joseph V Mort June Traverse City, Grand Traverse, MI 1898Head
June Mort Laura B Traverse City, Grand Traverse, MI 1901Wife
Noel J Mort Joseph V Traverse City, Grand Traverse, MI 1922Daughter
Roger Mort Octavia L Atlantic Mine, Houghton, MI 1889Head
Octavia L Mort Roger Atlantic Mine, Houghton, MI 1894Wife
Herald D Mort Roger Atlantic Mine, Houghton, MI 1916Son
Douglas R Mort Roger Atlantic Mine, Houghton, MI 1918Son
Jean T Mort Roger Atlantic Mine, Houghton, MI 1927Daughter
Robert M Mort Beaulah P Cooper, Kalamazoo, MI 1897Head
Beaulah P Mort Robert M Cooper, Kalamazoo, MI 1895Wife
Martin L Mort Mary A Grand Rapids, Kent, MI 1886Head
Mary A Mort Martin L Grand Rapids, Kent, MI 1889Wife
Russell E Mort Martin L Grand Rapids, Kent, MI 1912Son
Virginia Mort Grand Rapids, Kent, MI 1902Lodger
George B Mort Iosco, Livingston, MI 1891Brother-in-law
Adam Mort Margaret Solon, Leelanau, MI 1859Head
Margaret Mort Adam Solon, Leelanau, MI 1866Wife
George A Mort Grace M Adrian, Lenawee, MI 1868Head
Grace M Mort George A Adrian, Lenawee, MI 1886Wife
Coyle A Mort George A Adrian, Lenawee, MI 1911Son
Ross S Mort Nellie M Adrian, Lenawee, MI 1900Head
Nellie M Mort Ross S Adrian, Lenawee, MI 1889Wife
Clark F Mort Mary M Independence, Oakland, MI 1891Head
Mary M Mort Clark F Independence, Oakland, MI 1897Wife
Carol K Mort Clark F Independence, Oakland, MI 1917Daughter
Joy B Mort Clark F Independence, Oakland, MI 1919Daughter
Clark F Mort Clark F Independence, Oakland, MI 1929Son
Clarkson C Mort Clark F Independence, Oakland, MI 1929Son
Sherman Mort Rosa Port Huron, St Clair, MI 1867Father
Rosa Mort Sherman Port Huron, St Clair, MI 1879Mother
John S Mort Florence H Port Huron, St Clair, MI 1897Head
Florence H Mort John S Port Huron, St Clair, MI 1900Wife
Dorla D Mort John S Port Huron, St Clair, MI 1930Daughter
Samuel C Mort Peal Fairfield, Shiawassee, MI 1879Head
Peal Mort Samuel C Fairfield, Shiawassee, MI 1882Wife
Donald A Mort Samuel C Fairfield, Shiawassee, MI 1906Son
Barbara A Mort Samuel C Fairfield, Shiawassee, MI 1918Daughter
Frances R Mort Samuel C Fairfield, Shiawassee, MI 1920Daughter
Erna Mort Myrtle Hartford, Van Buren, MI 1898Head
Myrtle Mort Erna Hartford, Van Buren, MI 1900Wife
J R Mort Erna Hartford, Van Buren, MI 1917Son
Florabell Mort Erna Hartford, Van Buren, MI 1922Daughter
Roy Mort Erna Hartford, Van Buren, MI 1926Son
Neil R Mort Andrey South Haven, Van Buren, MI 1901Head
Andrey Mort Neil R South Haven, Van Buren, MI 1906Wife
Richard A Mort Neil R South Haven, Van Buren, MI 1924Son
Rose P Mort South Haven, Van Buren, MI 1880Head
Arthur A Mort South Haven, Van Buren, MI 1880Boarder
Emil Mort Detroit, Wayne, MI 1903Lodger
Francis Mort Shaheda Detroit, Wayne, MI 1890Head
Shaheda Mort Francis Detroit, Wayne, MI 1895Wife
Said Mort Francis Detroit, Wayne, MI 1916Son
John A Mort Florence Detroit, Wayne, MI 1899Head
Florence Mort John A Detroit, Wayne, MI 1894Wife
John R Mort John A Detroit, Wayne, MI 1922Son
Thomas R Mort John A Detroit, Wayne, MI 1926Son
Douglas Mort John A Detroit, Wayne, MI 1928Son
Lucille Mort Detroit, Wayne, MI 1908Sister
Joseph E Mort Detroit, Wayne, MI 1907Roomer
Bernice Mort Detroit, Wayne, MI 1922Roomer
Fred Mort Detroit, Wayne, MI 1891Roomer
Arthur C Mort Gladys E Detroit, Wayne, MI 1908Head
Gladys E Mort Arthur C Detroit, Wayne, MI 1905Wife
William Mort Haring, Wexford, MI 1858Inmate


1930 Census of Minnesota
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Egnar Mort L R Maple Hill, Cook, MN 1895Head
L R Mort Egnar Maple Hill, Cook, MN 1904Wife
C E Mort Egnar Maple Hill, Cook, MN 1925Son
K A Mort Egnar Maple Hill, Cook, MN 1927Daughter
Emil C Mort Edith Milo, Mille Lacs, MN 1879Head
Edith Mort John Milo, Mille Lacs, MN 1888Wife
Arthur Mort Emil C Milo, Mille Lacs, MN 1916Son
Fannie MortSan Beat 1, Warren, MS 1886Wife
San Mort Beat 1, Warren, MS 1860Mother-in-law
Mary Mort Vicksburg, Warren, MS 1878Sister-in-law


1930 Census of Missouri
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Edward J Mort Leona Hume, Bates, MO 1871Head
Leona Mort Edward J Hume, Bates, MO 1878Wife
Robert V Mort Jomerg Kidder, Caldwell, MO 1858Head
Harry Mort Jomerg Aileen Kidder, Caldwell, MO 1890Son
Aileen Mort Jomerg Harry Kidder, Caldwell, MO 1900Daughter-in-law
Robert Mort Kansas City, Jackson, MO 1906Head
Mort Robert Kansas City, Jackson, MO 1910Wife
Elizabeth De Mort Kansas City, Jackson, MO 1873Head
Minnie De Mort Elizabeth Kansas City, Jackson, MO 1906Daughter
Oscar De Mort Elizabeth Kansas City, Jackson, MO 1908Son
Caroline Mort Kansas City, Jackson, MO 1870Head
Leo Mort Caroline Kansas City, Jackson, MO 1899Son
Homer Mort Alice Carthage, Jasper, MO 1877Head
Alice Mort Homer Carthage, Jasper, MO 1878Wife
Geneve Mort Homer Carthage, Jasper, MO 1910Daughter
Fred A Mort Henrietta Maplewood, St Louis, MO 1892Head
Henrietta Mort Henry C Maplewood, St Louis, MO 1893Wife
Edna E Mort Fred A Maplewood, St Louis, MO 1914Daughter
Virginia M Mort Fred A Maplewood, St Louis, MO 1924Daughter
Arnold G Mort Henrietta Richmond Heights, St Louis, MO 1892Head
Henrietta Mort Arnold G Richmond Heights, St Louis, MO 1892Wife
Mabel G Mort Arnold G Richmond Heights, St Louis, MO 1915Daughter
Jaunita L Mort Arnold G Richmond Heights, St Louis, MO 1920Daughter
John C Mort Matilda Central, St Louis, MO 1898Head
Matilda Mort John C Central, St Louis, MO 1888Wife
James C Mort John C Central, St Louis, MO 1925Son
Mary J Mort John C Central, St Louis, MO 1927Daughter
Alva Mort Marry Central, St Louis, MO 1854Head
Marry Mort Alva Central, St Louis, MO 1864Wife
Bessey L MortAlva Central, St Louis, MO 1886Daughter
Antony W Mort Florence Saint Ferdinand, St Louis, MO 1897Head
Florence Mort Antony W Saint Ferdinand, St Louis, MO 1894Wife
Lottie V Mort St Louis, St Louis, MO 1890Lodger
Ida Mort St Louis, St Louis, MO 1896Head
Euel Mort Ida St Louis, St Louis, MO 1919Son
Arthur Mort Margaret St Louis, St Louis, MO 1902Head
Margaret Mort Catherine St Louis, St Louis, MO 1904Wife
Catherine Mort Arthur St Louis, St Louis, MO 1904Wife
Joseph Mort Margret St Louis, St Louis, MO 1901Head
Margret Mort Joseph St Louis, St Louis, MO 1908Wife
Robert Mort Joseph St Louis, St Louis, MO 1924Son
James Mort Joseph St Louis, St Louis, MO 1926Son
Thomas Mort Joseph St Louis, St Louis, MO 1928Son
Justus H Mort Susie St Louis, St Louis, MO 1870Head
Susie Mort Justus H St Louis, St Louis, MO 1873Wife
George Mort Justus H St Louis, St Louis, MO 1907Son
Mathilda MortJustus H St Louis, St Louis, MO 1896Daughter
Richard Mort Lea St Louis, St Louis, MO 1903Head
Lea Mort Richard St Louis, St Louis, MO 1906Wife
Richard Mort Richard St Louis, St Louis, MO 1925Son
Roy Mort Richard St Louis, St Louis, MO 1927Son
Robert J Mort Ruby St Louis, St Louis, MO 1906Head
Ruby Mort Robert J St Louis, St Louis, MO 1906Wife
George Mort Emma St Louis, St Louis, MO 1855Head
Emma Mort George St Louis, St Louis, MO 1868Wife
Harry Mort George St Louis, St Louis, MO 1895Son
Milburn Mort George St Louis, St Louis, MO 1894Son
Clifford Mort George St Louis, St Louis, MO 1908Son
Harry Mort George St Louis, St Louis, MO 1910Son
John Mort George St Louis, St Louis, MO 1921Son
Anna Mort George St Louis, St Louis, MO 1927Daughter
James H Mort Frances B St Louis, St Louis, MO 1896Head
Frances B Mort James H St Louis, St Louis, MO 1903Wife
Chester W Mort May St Louis, St Louis, MO 1896Head
May Mort Chester W St Louis, St Louis, MO 1894Wife
Hazel Mort St Louis, St Louis, MO 1895Head


1930 Census of Montana
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Charles Mort Julia Huntley Butte, Stillwater, MT 1891Head
Julia Mort Charles Huntley Butte, Stillwater, MT 1883Wife


1930 Census of Nebraska
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Clarence Mort Friedel Jamestown, Chase, NE 1892Head
Friedel Mort Clarence Jamestown, Chase, NE 1894Wife
Lester Mort Clarence Jamestown, Chase, NE 1913Son
Frank Mort Clarence Jamestown, Chase, NE 1914Son
Edward J Mort Cora Edgar, Clay, NE 1875Head
Cora Mort Lama Edgar, Clay, NE 1890Wife
Laura E Mort Edward J Edgar, Clay, NE 1913Daughter
Clayborn R Mort Edward J Edgar, Clay, NE 1915Son
George T Mort Edward J Edgar, Clay, NE 1918Son
Samuel Mort Julia L Omaha, Douglas, NE 1867Head
Julia L Mort Samuel Omaha, Douglas, NE 1872Wife
Ruben T Mort Susie Beatrice, Gage, NE 1860Head
Susie Mort Ruben T Beatrice, Gage, NE 1868Wife
George D Mort Amelia V Grant, Lancaster, NE 1852Head
Amelia V Mort George D Grant, Lancaster, NE 1860Wife
Carl Mort Laura Kent, Loup, NE 1899Head
Laura Mort Carl Kent, Loup, NE 1902Wife
Maxine Mort Carl Kent, Loup, NE 1922Daughter
Deloris Mort Carl Kent, Loup, NE 1927Daughter
Charles S Mort Lydia H Nebraska City, Otoe, NE 1875Head
Lydia H Mort Charles S Nebraska City, Otoe, NE 1878Wife
Mary E Mort Charles S Nebraska City, Otoe, NE 1920Daughter
Leegy C Mort Ruby L Nebraska City, Otoe, NE 1898Head
Ruby L Mort Leegy C Nebraska City, Otoe, NE 1899Wife
Shirley Fae Mort Leegy C Nebraska City, Otoe, NE 1922Daughter
Avin R Mort Susan M Superior, Nuckolls, NE 1877Head
Susan M Mort Avin R Superior, Nuckolls, NE 1884Wife
Jonathan Mort Phebe A Pawnee City, Pawnee, NE 1857Head
Phebe A Mort Jonathan Pawnee City, Pawnee, NE 1867Wife
Roy A Mort Emma Plum Creek, Pawnee, NE 1904Head
Emma Mort Roy A Plum Creek, Pawnee, NE 1906Wife
Erna Mort Roy A Plum Creek, Pawnee, NE 1927Daughter
Ernest E Mort Marie Sheridan, Pawnee, NE 1886Head
Marie Mort Ernest E Sheridan, Pawnee, NE 1887Wife
Marjorie Mort Ernest E Sheridan, Pawnee, NE 1924Daughter
Donald Mort Ernest E Sheridan, Pawnee, NE 1925Son
Dallas Mort Ella Table Rock, Pawnee, NE 1861Head
Ella Mort Dallas Table Rock, Pawnee, NE 1865Wife
Guy Mort Dallas Table Rock, Pawnee, NE 1903Son
William E Mort Rosetta M Blaine, Rock, NE 1876Head
Rosetta M Mort William E Blaine, Rock, NE 1877Wife
James A Mort Ellen Blaine, Rock, NE 1903Head
Ellen Mort James A Blaine, Rock, NE 1907Wife
William H Mort James A Blaine, Rock, NE 1925Son
Ruby V Mort James A Blaine, Rock, NE 1928Daughter


1930 Census of New Jersey
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Sophie Mort Montclair, Essex, NJ 1898Servant
Margaret D Mort Newark, Essex, NJ 1910Lodger
John Mort Bayonne, Hudson, NJ 1909Head
Frank La Mort Salvatore North Bergen, Hudson, NJ 1906Son
Peter La Mort Salvatore North Bergen, Hudson, NJ 1909Son
May La Mort Salvatore North Bergen, Hudson, NJ 1920Daughter
Mildred La Mort Salvatore North Bergen, Hudson, NJ 1922Daughter
Fred Mort Margaret C Chatham, Morris, NJ 1884Head
Margaret C Mort Fred Chatham, Morris, NJ 1887Wife
Margaret D Mort Fred Chatham, Morris, NJ 1910Daughter
Elizabeth K Mort Fred Chatham, Morris, NJ 1911Daughter
Emma A Mort Pompton Lakes, Passaic, NJ 1863Head
Gertude E Mort Elizabeth, Union, NJ 1876Head
Spencer S Mort Gertude E Elizabeth, Union, NJ 1900Son
Ruth La Mort Elizabeth, Union, NJ 1904Brother-in-law


1930 Census of New york
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Nelson Mort Watervliet, Albany, NY 1912Brother-in-law
Charles M Mort New Hudson, Allegany, NY 1861Head
Raymond Mort Charles M New Hudson, Allegany, NY 1898Son
Susie Mort Brighton, Monroe, NY 1884Head
Laura Mort Susie Brighton, Monroe, NY 1913Daughter
Ruth Mort Susie Brighton, Monroe, NY 1925Daughter
Albert Mort Sarah Greece, Monroe, NY 1903Head
Sarah Mort Albert Greece, Monroe, NY 1905Wife
A Leslie Mort Albert Greece, Monroe, NY 1927Son
Albert Mort Carrie Parma, Monroe, NY 1866Head
Carrie Mort Albert Parma, Monroe, NY 1862Wife
Clifford Mort Penfield, Monroe, NY 1912Lodger
Frances Mort Penfield, Monroe, NY 1886Head
Harold Mort Frances Penfield, Monroe, NY 1913Son
Edith Mort Frances Penfield, Monroe, NY 1915Daughter
Florence Mort Frances Penfield, Monroe, NY 1921Daughter
Albert Mort Frances Penfield, Monroe, NY 1922Son
Peter La Mort Marianna Bronx, Bronx, NY 1881Head
Marianna La Mort Peter Bronx, Bronx, NY 1881Wife
Anthony D La Mort Peter Bronx, Bronx, NY 1907Son
Lucy M La Mort Peter Bronx, Bronx, NY 1909Daughter
Ernest A La Mort Peter Bronx, Bronx, NY 1912Son
Arthur La Mort Peter Bronx, Bronx, NY 1915Son
Joseph Mort Bertha Bronx, Bronx, NY 1895Head
Bertha Mort Joseph Bronx, Bronx, NY 1890Wife
Paul R Mort Mildred W Bronx, Bronx, NY 1894Head
Mildred W Mort Paul R Bronx, Bronx, NY 1899Wife
David Mort Paul R Bronx, Bronx, NY 1924Son
Paul Paul R Bronx, Bronx, NY 1924Son
Paul Mort David Bronx, Bronx, NY 1929Wife
Charles Mort Edna Brooklyn, Kings, NY 1902Head
Edna Mort Charles Brooklyn, Kings, NY 1901Wife
Woodrow Mort Charles Brooklyn, Kings, NY 1918Son
Edna Mort Charles Brooklyn, Kings, NY 1921Daughter
Charles Mort Charles Brooklyn, Kings, NY 1928Son
Bucaly Mort Manhattan, New York, NY 1886Head
Amica Mort Bucaly Manhattan, New York, NY 1905Son
Milos Mort Bucaly Manhattan, New York, NY 1914Son
Victor J Mort Eugenia Manhattan, New York, NY 1887Head
Eugenia Mort Victor J Manhattan, New York, NY 1894Wife
Olaf V Mort Victor J Manhattan, New York, NY 1921Son
Victor Mort Victor J Manhattan, New York, NY 1924Son
George Mort Dora Queens, Queens, NY 1898Head
Dora Mort George Queens, Queens, NY 1899Wife
Stanley Mort George Queens, Queens, NY 1924Son
Bud Mort George Queens, Queens, NY 1926Son
Joe Mort George Queens, Queens, NY 1927Son
Dina Mort George Queens, Queens, NY 1927Daughter
Martin Mort Nellie Queens, Queens, NY 1891Head
Nellie Mort Martin Queens, Queens, NY 1895Wife
Alberta Mort Martin Queens, Queens, NY 1923Daughter
Frances Mort William Queens, Queens, NY 1893Wife
William F Mort William Queens, Queens, NY 1920Son
William Mort Rosella Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1897Head
Rosella Mort William Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1898Wife
Caradock Mort Emma Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1891Head
Emma Mort Caradock Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1894Wife
Emerson Mort Caradock Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1910Son
Willard Mort Caradock Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1911Son
Leonard Mort Caradock Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1912Son
Harold Mort Caradock Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1915Son
Wayne Mort Caradock Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1916Son
Marion Mort Caradock Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1917Son
Mary Mort Caradock Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1919Daughter
David Mort Caradock Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1922Son
Glenn Mort Caradock Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1924Son
Craig Mort Caradock Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1927Son
Beverly Mort Caradock Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1929Daughter
Harry Mort Marie Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1900Head
Marie Mort Harry Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1904Wife
Geneveive Mort Harry Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1920Daughter
Louis Mort Harry Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1923Son
Hazel Mort Harry Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1926Daughter
Robert Mort Harry Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1927Son
Betty Mort Harry Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1928Daughter
Daniel Mort Harry Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1929Son
Ralph Mort Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1902Lodger
Olive Mort Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1909Lodger
Edward Mort Florence Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1906Head
Florence Mort Edward Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1912Wife
Edward Mort Edward Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1928Son
Richard Mort Edward Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1929Son
Roy Mort Della Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1908Stepson
Blodwin Mort Della Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1909Stepdaughter
Harold Mort Della Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1911Stepson
Dorothy Mort Della Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1912Stepdaughter
Roderick Mort Della Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1914Stepson
Coenwyn Mort Della Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1918Stepdaughter
Virginia Mort Della Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1921Stepdaughter
Margaret A Mort Della Niagara Falls, Niagara, NY 1922Stepdaughter
Clarence R Mort M Margaret Mexico, Oswego, NY 1903Head
M Margaret Mort William Mexico, Oswego, NY 1908Wife
Marion E Mort Clarence R Mexico, Oswego, NY 1925Daughter
Clarence S Mort Clarence R Mexico, Oswego, NY 1927Son
Beverley J Mort Clarence R Mexico, Oswego, NY 1928Daughter
Linwood Mort Anne West Haverstraw, Rockland, NY 1887Head
Anne Mort Linwood West Haverstraw, Rockland, NY 1887Wife
Nicholas Mort Addie Richmondville, Schoharie, NY 1869Head
Addie Mort Nicholas Richmondville, Schoharie, NY 1870Wife
Irene Mort Nicholas Richmondville, Schoharie, NY 1903Daughter
Nicholas Mort Nicholas Richmondville, Schoharie, NY 1912Son
Mary A Mort Sag Harbor, Suffolk, NY 1890Head
Harry Le Mort Beatrice Smithtown, Suffolk, NY 1891Head
Beatrice Le Mort Harry Smithtown, Suffolk, NY 1893Wife
Beatrice Le Mort Harry Smithtown, Suffolk, NY 1914Daughter
Dorothy Le Mort Harry Smithtown, Suffolk, NY 1916Daughter
Elinor Le Mort Harry Smithtown, Suffolk, NY 1918Daughter
Wilhellmia Le Mort Smithtown, Suffolk, NY 1902Sister
Joseph Mort Thompson, Sullivan, NY 1850Inmate
Frances Mort New Rochelle, Westchester, NY 1912Boarder


1930 Census of North Carolina
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Mary E Mort Asheville, Buncombe, NC 1878Head
Vesta Mort Mary E Asheville, Buncombe, NC 1904Daughter
Eleanor Mort Mary E Asheville, Buncombe, NC 1914Daughter
James T Mort Cora Charlotte, Mecklenburg, NC 1908Head
Cora Mort James T Charlotte, Mecklenburg, NC 1906Wife
James T Mort James T Charlotte, Mecklenburg, NC 1930Son
Mabel Mort Charlotte, Mecklenburg, NC 1918Sister
Auther Mort Rashad Providence, Mecklenburg, NC 1890Head
Rashad Mort Auther Providence, Mecklenburg, NC 1892Wife


1930 Census of North Dakota
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Jacob Mort Nora Yellowstone, McKenzie, ND 1851Head
Nora Mort Jacob Yellowstone, McKenzie, ND 1862Wife
Edwin Mort Nettie Yellowstone, McKenzie, ND 1895Head
Nettie Mort Edwin Yellowstone, McKenzie, ND 1908Wife
Marrin Mort Edwin Yellowstone, McKenzie, ND 1925Son
Donald Mort Edwin Yellowstone, McKenzie, ND 1927Son
Walter Mort Edwin Yellowstone, McKenzie, ND 1929Son
Herbert J Mort Eva M Yellowstone, McKenzie, ND 1888Head
Eva M Mort Herbert J Yellowstone, McKenzie, ND 1897Wife
Elaine Mort Dahlen, Nelson, ND 1871Mother-in-law


1930 Census of Ohio
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
William A Mort Rose B Cairo, Allen, OH 1872Head
Rose B Mort William A Cairo, Allen, OH 1876Wife
John G Mort Hazel F Cairo, Allen, OH 1890Head
Hazel F Mort John G Cairo, Allen, OH 1891Wife
Eber Mort John G Cairo, Allen, OH 1912Son
Kenneth Mort John G Cairo, Allen, OH 1915Son
Waldo Mort John G Cairo, Allen, OH 1918Son
Bettie Mort John G Cairo, Allen, OH 1921Daughter
Dwight Mort Lucille Cairo, Allen, OH 1909Head
Lucille Mort Dwight Cairo, Allen, OH 1912Wife
Bettie L Mort Dwight Cairo, Allen, OH 1927Daughter
Vernice M Mort Dwight Cairo, Allen, OH 1930Daughter
Dan Mort Lima, Allen, OH 1858Head
Frank Mort Nellie Lima, Allen, OH 1875Head
Nellie Mort Frank Lima, Allen, OH 1880Wife
Roberta Mort Frank Lima, Allen, OH 1905Daughter
David Mort Rose Lima, Allen, OH 1882Head
Rose Mort David Lima, Allen, OH 1891Wife
Lotus T Mort David Lima, Allen, OH 1910Daughter
Grace Mort Alvy A Lima, Allen, OH 1908Daughter
Jack Mort Lima, Allen, OH 1924Grandson
Edward W Mort Alice D Springfield, Clark, OH 1879Head
Alice D Mort Mary Springfield, Clark, OH 1881Wife
Oscar W Mort Springfield, Clark, OH 1888Head
Mary E Mort Oscar W Springfield, Clark, OH 1909Daughter
Kathryn E Mort Oscar W Springfield, Clark, OH 1909Daughter
Lucile M Mort Oscar W Springfield, Clark, OH 1910Daughter
John Mort May East Liverpool, Columbiana, OH 1888Head
May Mort John East Liverpool, Columbiana, OH 1896Wife
Helen Mort John East Liverpool, Columbiana, OH 1916Daughter
Roy Mort John East Liverpool, Columbiana, OH 1920Son
Clyde Mort John East Liverpool, Columbiana, OH 1922Son
Mildred Mort John East Liverpool, Columbiana, OH 1924Daughter
James Mort East Liverpool, Columbiana, OH 1889Lodger
William Mort Grace M Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH 1896Head
Grace M Mort William Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH 1902Wife
Alva M Mort William Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH 1924Daughter
William R Mort William Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH 1927Son
Patsy La Mort Theresa Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH 1910Head
Theresa La Mort Patsy Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH 1912Wife
Lillian E Mort Cleveland, Cuyahoga, OH 1892Head
Joseph V Mort Christine German, Fulton, OH 1853Head
Christine Mort Joseph V German, Fulton, OH 1866Wife
Anna M Mort Joseph V German, Fulton, OH 1900Daughter
Wyatt Mort Xenia, Greene, OH 1862Head
Woodrow Mort Wyatt Xenia, Greene, OH 1915Son
Blanche MortBurch W Sycamore, Hamilton, OH 1887Wife
Frederick Mort Sycamore, Hamilton, OH 1851Father-in-law
Charles H Mort Elizabeth E Newark, Licking, OH 1873Head
Elizabeth E Mort Charles H Newark, Licking, OH 1880Wife
Earl Mort George W Beaver, Mahoning, OH 1895Head
Beatrice Mort Earl Beaver, Mahoning, OH 1899Wife
Earl Mort Earl Beaver, Mahoning, OH 1927Son
George W Mort Beaver, Mahoning, OH 1857Father
Roy Mort Minnie Poland, Mahoning, OH 1886Head
Minnie Mort Roy Poland, Mahoning, OH 1887Wife
Dorothy Mort Roy Poland, Mahoning, OH 1915Daughter
Edgar Mort Roy Poland, Mahoning, OH 1917Son
Eugene Mort Roy Poland, Mahoning, OH 1919Son
Robert Mort Roy Poland, Mahoning, OH 1921Son
Richard Mort Roy Poland, Mahoning, OH 1924Son
George C E Mort Blanche A Youngstown, Mahoning, OH 1887Head
Blanche A Mort George C E Youngstown, Mahoning, OH 1891Wife
William R Mort Etta M Youngstown, Mahoning, OH 1880Head
Etta M Mort William R Youngstown, Mahoning, OH 1880Wife
Elizabeth Mort Youngstown, Mahoning, OH 1924Adopted Daughter
Martin J Mort Rose Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1882Head
Rose Mort Martin J Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1896Wife
Catherine Mort Martin J Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1915Daughter
Cecelia Mort Martin J Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1916Daughter
Anna Mort Martin J Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1919Daughter
Bernard Mort Bonnie Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1904Head
Bonnie Mort Bernard Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1904Wife
Charles Mort Bernard Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1927Son
Janice Mort Bernard Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1928Daughter
Robert J Mort Mary E Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1893Head
Mary E Mort Henry Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1902Wife
Mary M Mort Robert J Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1924Daughter
Michael J Mort Ida M Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1873Head
Ida M Mort Michael J Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1883Wife
Charles H Mort Michael J Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1906Son
Charlotte M Mort Michael J Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1909Daughter
Bernice M Mort Michael J Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1912Daughter
Clarence M Mort Michael J Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1914Son
Norman F Mort Michael J Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1916Son
Vivian M Mort Michael J Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1921Daughter
Charles W Mort Helen I Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1890Head
Helen I Mort Charles W Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1894Wife
Calvin W Mort Charles W Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1914Son
Paul E Mort Charles W Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1919Son
Irma E Mort Charles W Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1921Daughter
Charles F Mort Charles W Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1925Son
Ernest F Mort Lillian M Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1896Head
Lillian M Mort Ernest F Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1897Wife
Leona Mort Ernest F Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1919Daughter
Hattie A. MORTDavid F Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1895Wife
David F Mort Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1850Father-in-law
Ethel M Mort Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1885Sister-in-law
Frederick A Mort Dayton, Montgomery, OH 1877Brother-in-law
Geo Mort Lizzie Alliance, Stark, OH 1880Head
Lizzie Mort Geo Alliance, Stark, OH 1879Wife
Adam Mort Geo Alliance, Stark, OH 1902Son
Geo H Mort Geo Alliance, Stark, OH 1904Son
Ellenor Mort Geo Alliance, Stark, OH 1910Daughter
Margaret Mort Geo Alliance, Stark, OH 1912Daughter
Agnes Mort Geo Alliance, Stark, OH 1912Daughter
Elizabeth Mort Geo Alliance, Stark, OH 1914Daughter
Dorothy Mort Geo Alliance, Stark, OH 1918Daughter
Blanch Mort Geo Alliance, Stark, OH 1921Daughter
Wm Henry Mort Bertha Alliance, Stark, OH 1890Head
Bertha Mort Wm Henry Alliance, Stark, OH 1894Wife
Wm E Mort Wm Henry Alliance, Stark, OH 1913Son
Carl R Mort Wm Henry Alliance, Stark, OH 1915Son
Georgette R Mort Wm Henry Alliance, Stark, OH 1918Daughter
Lewis Mort Alliance, Stark, OH 1921Nephew
William H Mort Martha E Loramie, Shelby, OH 1861Head
Martha E Mort William H Loramie, Shelby, OH 1870Wife
Elenor E Mort Akron, Summit, OH 1882Head
Ruth A Mort Elenor E Akron, Summit, OH 1910Daughter
Howard Mort Geraldine Warren, Trumbull, OH 1905Head
Geraldine Mort Howard Warren, Trumbull, OH 1905Wife
Donna J Mort Howard Warren, Trumbull, OH 1925Daughter
Geraldine E Mort Howard Warren, Trumbull, OH 1926Daughter
Raymond Mort Ellen Warren, Trumbull, OH 1905Head
Ellen Mort Raymond Warren, Trumbull, OH 1908Wife
Robert Mort Raymond Warren, Trumbull, OH 1926Son
Betty Mort Raymond Warren, Trumbull, OH 1929Daughter
John Mort Isabella Warren, Trumbull, OH 1860Head
Isabella Mort John Warren, Trumbull, OH 1866Wife
Charles Mort John Warren, Trumbull, OH 1895Son
Hazel M MortJohn Warren, Trumbull, OH 1898Daughter
George Mort Bertha Warren, Trumbull, OH 1894Head
Bertha Mort George Warren, Trumbull, OH 1907Wife
Thomas Mort George Warren, Trumbull, OH 1926Son
George Mort George Warren, Trumbull, OH 1928Son
Francis D Mort Florence D Warren, Trumbull, OH 1906Head
Florence D Mort Francis D Warren, Trumbull, OH 1908Wife
Lester Mort Madalene Warren, Trumbull, OH 1908Head
Madalene Mort Lester Warren, Trumbull, OH 1912Wife
Phillis Mort Lester Warren, Trumbull, OH 1927Daughter
Ada E Mort Joseph W Wooster, Wayne, OH 1906Daughter
Joan E Mort Ada E Wooster, Wayne, OH 1925Granddaughter
Rayford Mort Stuart, Hughes, OK 1918Grandson
Harrold Mort Stuart, Hughes, OK 1920Grandson
David Mort Allie Dewar, Okmulgee, OK 1887Head
Allie Mort David Dewar, Okmulgee, OK 1894Wife
Gladys Mort David Dewar, Okmulgee, OK 1913Daughter
Muriel Mort David Dewar, Okmulgee, OK 1916Daughter
Eugene Mort David Dewar, Okmulgee, OK 1919Son
Rachel Mort Dewar, Okmulgee, OK 1865Head
Enoch Mort Mable Henry, Okmulgee, OK 1896Head
Mable Mort Enoch Henry, Okmulgee, OK 1907Wife
Enoch J Mort Enoch Henry, Okmulgee, OK 1925Son
Vyron G Mort Enoch Henry, Okmulgee, OK 1929Son
George M Mort Bennie Econtuchka, Seminole, OK 1892Head
Bennie Mort George M Econtuchka, Seminole, OK 1904Wife


1930 Census of Oregon
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Nellie M Mort Portland, Multnomah, OR 1883Sister
Ralph Mort Bernice Portland, Multnomah, OR 1893Head
Bernice Mort Ralph Portland, Multnomah, OR 1896Wife
Nancy B Mort Ralph Portland, Multnomah, OR 1925Daughter
Richard A Mort Ralph Portland, Multnomah, OR 1928Son
Henry Mort Portland, Multnomah, OR 1882Roomer


1930 Census of Pennsylvania
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Harry Mort Grace Gettysburg, Adams, PA 1909Son-in-law
Grace Mort Harry Gettysburg, Adams, PA 1908Daughter
George Mort Mary Gettysburg, Adams, PA 1920Son
Harrison Mort Ruth Liberty, Adams, PA 1891Head
Ruth Mort Harrison Liberty, Adams, PA 1892Wife
John M Mort Harrison Liberty, Adams, PA 1922Son
James Mort Edna Glassport, Allegheny, PA 1902Head
Edna Mort James Glassport, Allegheny, PA 1906Wife
Edna Mort James Glassport, Allegheny, PA 1929Daughter
Raymond A Mort Gustave J Mount Oliver, Allegheny, PA 1915Son
Bossie Mort Sarah McKeesport, Allegheny, PA 1890Daughter
Clara B (Mort) KerlinFrank B North Braddock, Allegheny, PA 1876Wife
Mary J Mort North Braddock, Allegheny, PA 1850Mother-in-law
Clifford P Mort Irene A Munhall, Allegheny, PA 1895Head
Irene A Mort Clifford P Munhall, Allegheny, PA 1898Wife
Zilla M Mort Clifford P Munhall, Allegheny, PA 1916Daughter
Theodore E Mort Carrie Munhall, Allegheny, PA 1891Head
Carrie Mort Theodore E Munhall, Allegheny, PA 1894Wife
Lucille Mort Theodore E Munhall, Allegheny, PA 1920Daughter
Mary E Mort Oakmont, Allegheny, PA 1903Head
Sara U Mort Oakmont, Allegheny, PA 1897Sister
Lee Mort Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA 1878Lodger
Lee A Mort Leah Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA 1881Head
Leah Mort Lee A Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA 1880Wife
Dare W Mort Eva M Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA 1893Head
Geneva Mort Dare W Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA 1915Daughter
Dare W Mort Dare W Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA 1917Son
Eva M Mort Pittsburgh, Allegheny, PA 1855Mother
Jean I Mort Peter Swissvale, Allegheny, PA 1900Daughter
Jean M Mort Jean I Swissvale, Allegheny, PA 1922Granddaughter
Peter Mort Versailles, Allegheny, PA 1878Head
William Mort Edwa West Homestead, Allegheny, PA 1882Head
Edwa Mort William West Homestead, Allegheny, PA 1883Wife
Helen Mort (Morrison)William West Homestead, Allegheny, PA 1904Daughter
Esther Mort William West Homestead, Allegheny, PA 1905Daughter
Bonnie Mort William West Homestead, Allegheny, PA 1921Son
David Mort Maud E Aliquippa, Beaver, PA 1886Head
Maud E Mort David Aliquippa, Beaver, PA 1890Wife
Mary L Mort David Aliquippa, Beaver, PA 1913Daughter
David Mort David Aliquippa, Beaver, PA 1916Son
John H Mort Emma Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1871Head
Emma Mort John H Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1874Wife
Blanche Mort John H Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1907Daughter
Mary Mort John H Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1911Daughter
Bertha Mort Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1888Head
Chester Mort Bertha Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1910Son
Wilda Mort Bertha Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1915Daughter
Vera Mort Bertha Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1920Daughter
Ardath Mort Bertha Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1923Daughter
Lorren Mort Bertha Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1925Daughter
Janes Mort Bertha Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1928Son
Charles E Mort Jemima B Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1892Head
Jemima B Mort Charles E Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1898Wife
Catherine M Mort Charles E Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1921Daughter
Arthur J Mort Mary M Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1897Head
Mary M Mort Arthur J Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1898Wife
Larie M Mort Arthur J Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1922Daughter
Flara L Mort Arthur J Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1923Daughter
Betty P Mort Arthur J Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1925Daughter
Arthur L Mort Arthur J Broad Top, Bedford, PA 1928Son
Rebecca Mort Elam Caernarvon, Berks, PA 1892Wife
Catheryn Mort Elam Caernarvon, Berks, PA 1915Daughter
J Edwin Mort Elam Caernarvon, Berks, PA 1916Son
Martha Mort Elam Caernarvon, Berks, PA 1920Daughter
Lloyd Mort Elam Caernarvon, Berks, PA 1922Son
Aaron E Mort Cathrine Caernarvon, Berks, PA 1878Head
Cathrine Mort Aaron E Caernarvon, Berks, PA 1884Wife
Raymond Mort Aaron E Caernarvon, Berks, PA 1909Son
Allie Mort Aaron E Caernarvon, Berks, PA 1913Daughter
Pussella Mort Aaron E Caernarvon, Berks, PA 1914Daughter
Verna Mort Aaron E Caernarvon, Berks, PA 1915Daughter
John P Mort Aaron E Caernarvon, Berks, PA 1918Son
Barbra Mort Aaron E Caernarvon, Berks, PA 1920Daughter
Nilda Mort Aaron E Caernarvon, Berks, PA 1922Daughter
Bonnaler S Mort Altoona, Blair, PA 1904Lodger
John C Mort Mary K Altoona, Blair, PA 1886Head
Mary K Mort John C Altoona, Blair, PA 1888Wife
Emma E Mort John C Altoona, Blair, PA 1912Daughter
Robert M Mort John C Altoona, Blair, PA 1914Son
John J Mort John C Altoona, Blair, PA 1923Son
Michael Mort John C Altoona, Blair, PA 1925Son
Anna C Mort John C Altoona, Blair, PA 1927Daughter
James W Mort John C Altoona, Blair, PA 1929Son
Daniel J Mort John C Altoona, Blair, PA 1929Son
William Mort Mary Altoona, Blair, PA 1907Head
Mary Mort William Altoona, Blair, PA 1910Wife
William Mort William Altoona, Blair, PA 1927Son
James Mort William Altoona, Blair, PA 1929Son
Alfred Mort Zelma Altoona, Blair, PA 1900Head
Zelma Mort Alfred Altoona, Blair, PA 1902Wife
Elizabeth Mort Alfred Altoona, Blair, PA 1923Daughter
Harry Mort Alfred Altoona, Blair, PA 1925Son
Alfred Mort Alfred Altoona, Blair, PA 1926Son
Phyllis Mort Alfred Altoona, Blair, PA 1929Daughter
William H H Mort Ida J Altoona, Blair, PA 1887Head
Ida J Mort William H H Altoona, Blair, PA 1884Wife
Robert F Mort William H H Altoona, Blair, PA 1918Son
Betty J Mort William H H Altoona, Blair, PA 1920Daughter
Gladys M Mort Robert F Altoona, Blair, PA 1911Daughter
Patricia M Mort Gladys M Altoona, Blair, PA 1929Granddaughter
William G Mort Anna Altoona, Blair, PA 1884Head
Anna Mort William G Altoona, Blair, PA 1872Wife
Clarence Mort Altoona, Blair, PA 1915Grandson
Ruth V Mort Altoona, Blair, PA 1920Granddaughter
Howard C Mort William G Altoona, Blair, PA 1910Son
Harry A Mort Minnie B Logan, Blair, PA 1896Head
Minnie B Mort Harry A Logan, Blair, PA 1894Wife
Charles Mort Keturh Coalport, Clearfield, PA 1898Head
Keturh Mort Charles Coalport, Clearfield, PA 1901Wife
Melvin Mort Charles Coalport, Clearfield, PA 1920Son
Margaret Mort Charles Coalport, Clearfield, PA 1922Daughter
George Mort Charles Coalport, Clearfield, PA 1925Son
Harry Mort Charles Coalport, Clearfield, PA 1927Son
Theo Mort Charles Coalport, Clearfield, PA 1929Daughter
Frank M Mort Ella V Shippensburg, Cumberland, PA 1868Head
Ella V Mort Frank M Shippensburg, Cumberland, PA 1877Wife
Joseph A Mort Amelia E Shippensburg, Cumberland, PA 1863Head
Amelia E Mort Joseph A Shippensburg, Cumberland, PA 1865Wife
Dew L Mort Mary M Wormleysburg, Cumberland, PA 1899Head
Mary M Mort Dew L Wormleysburg, Cumberland, PA 1903Wife
Carson L Mort Dew L Wormleysburg, Cumberland, PA 1926Son
Dina Mort William Crum Lynne, Delaware, PA 1913Daughter
Meleana Mort Dina Crum Lynne, Delaware, PA 1930Son
George Mort Mary Crum Lynne, Delaware, PA 1897Head
Mary Mort George Crum Lynne, Delaware, PA 1892Wife
John N Mort Metal, Franklin, PA 1870Head
Budd Mort Leva Metal, Franklin, PA 1894Son
Leva Mort Budd Metal, Franklin, PA 1900Daughter-in-law
Dorothy Mort Metal, Franklin, PA 1918Daughter-in-law
John Lynn Mort Metal, Franklin, PA 1923Grandson
Helen Mort Metal, Franklin, PA 1924Granddaughter
Lois Mort Metal, Franklin, PA 1929Granddaughter
William Mort Metal, Franklin, PA 1867Head
Norman A Mort Mabel Metal, Franklin, PA 1900Head
Mabel Mort Norman A Metal, Franklin, PA 1900Wife
Betty K Mort Norman A Metal, Franklin, PA 1924Daughter
Mary Mort Norman A Metal, Franklin, PA 1928Daughter
Nettie Mort Metal, Franklin, PA 1876Head
Venna Mort Nettie Metal, Franklin, PA 1908Daughter
Blanche Mort Waynesboro, Franklin, PA 1893Housekeeper
John Mort Mary Waynesboro, Franklin, PA 1878Head
Mary Mort John Waynesboro, Franklin, PA 1877Wife
Mary,Robert Waynesboro, Franklin, PA 1904Daughter
Hilda (Mort) MohnWaynesboro, Franklin, PA 1908Daughter
Phohe Mort John Waynesboro, Franklin, PA 1911Daughter
Enola Mort John Waynesboro, Franklin, PA 1915Daughter
Francis Mort John Waynesboro, Franklin, PA 1918Daughter
Minnie Mort Waynesboro, Franklin, PA 1917Servant
Annie M Mort Dublin, Fulton, PA 1855Head
Harry E Mort Olive Taylor, Fulton, PA 1878Head
Olive Mort Harry E Taylor, Fulton, PA 1880Wife
Mervin Mort Harry E Taylor, Fulton, PA 1910Son
Margaretta G Mort Harry E Taylor, Fulton, PA 1912Daughter
Lida Mort Amos Carmichaels, Greene, PA 1884Daughter
Alfred Mort Huntingdon, Huntingdon, PA 1912Brother-in-law
Alexandria Mort Tell, Huntingdon, PA 1860Boarder
James M Mort Mary Fayette, Juniata, PA 1872Head
Mary Mort James M Fayette, Juniata, PA 1870Wife
William H Mort Summerville, Jefferson, PA 1885Boarder
Llewellyn Mort Mary Ann Taylor, Lackawanna, PA 1864Head
Mary Ann Mort Llewellyn Taylor, Lackawanna, PA 1871Wife
David Mort Jessie Taylor, Lackawanna, PA 1892Head
Jessie Mort David Taylor, Lackawanna, PA 1892Wife
Ralph L Mort David Taylor, Lackawanna, PA 1923Son
Theodore Von Mort James F Scranton, Lackawanna, PA 1923Son
Henry Mort Scranton, Lackawanna, PA 1879Boarder
Margaret Mort Lancaster, Lancaster, PA 1907Head
Lloyd Mort Margaret Lancaster, Lancaster, PA 1926Son
Betty M Mort Margaret Lancaster, Lancaster, PA 1927Daughter
Arthur L Mort Ella M Strasburg, Lancaster, PA 1909Head
Ella M Mort Arthur L Strasburg, Lancaster, PA 1911Wife
Gladys R Mort Arthur L Strasburg, Lancaster, PA 1929Daughter
Enna M Mort West Lampeter, Lancaster, PA 1887Head
Clyde O Mort Enna M West Lampeter, Lancaster, PA 1910Son
Hazel M Mort Enna M West Lampeter, Lancaster, PA 1913Daughter
Hellen Mort Enna M West Lampeter, Lancaster, PA 1918Daughter
Marion Mort West Lampeter, Lancaster, PA 1916Foster Brother
David J Mort Rose Neshannock, Lawrence, PA 1884Head
Rose Mort David J Neshannock, Lawrence, PA 1890Wife
William J Mort David J Neshannock, Lawrence, PA 1908Son
Hilda E Mort David J Neshannock, Lawrence, PA 1911Daughter
Murriel S Mort David J Neshannock, Lawrence, PA 1916Daughter
Charles H Mort David J Neshannock, Lawrence, PA 1917Son
William Mort Helen New Castle, Lawrence, PA 1896Head
Helen Mort William New Castle, Lawrence, PA 1902Wife
Robert Mort William New Castle, Lawrence, PA 1922Son
William Mort William New Castle, Lawrence, PA 1927Son
James Mort Gertude E Allentown, Lehigh, PA 1891Head
Gertude E Mort James Allentown, Lehigh, PA 1898Wife
William J Mort James Allentown, Lehigh, PA 1917Son
Gertude M Mort James Allentown, Lehigh, PA 1924Daughter
Charles E Mort James Allentown, Lehigh, PA 1927Son
Merle Mort Lewistown, Mifflin, PA 1919Great Nephew
William J Mort Dora A Wayne, Mifflin, PA 1889Head
Dora A Mort William J Wayne, Mifflin, PA 1896Wife
Theodore Mort William J Wayne, Mifflin, PA 1912Son
Charles E Mort William J Wayne, Mifflin, PA 1917Son
James E Mort William J Wayne, Mifflin, PA 1919Son
Thelma E Mort William J Wayne, Mifflin, PA 1924Daughter
Betty R Mort William J Wayne, Mifflin, PA 1929Daughter
Mildred Mort Pottstown, Montgomery, PA 1911Sister
James K Mort Elsie E Madison, Perry, PA 1896Head
Elsie E Mort James K Madison, Perry, PA 1900Wife
Ruth K Mort James K Madison, Perry, PA 1921Daughter
Betty M Mort James K Madison, Perry, PA 1924Daughter
June F Mort James K Madison, Perry, PA 1928Daughter
Simon Mort Matilda J Madison, Perry, PA 1870Head
Matilda J Mort Simon Madison, Perry, PA 1866Wife
Agnes Mort Kulpmont, Northumberland, PA 1901Housekeeper
Stephen T Mort Thomas L Zerbe, Northumberland, PA 1895Head
Susie Mort Stephen T Zerbe, Northumberland, PA 1895Wife
RecordZerbe, Northumberland, PA 1882Brother
Harry E Mort Zerbe, Northumberland, PA 1882Brother
Thomas L Mort Zerbe, Northumberland, PA 1861Father
Howard Mort Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1885Lodger
Howard Elnora Mort Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1911Lodger
Mary Mort Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1856Head
James Mort Mary Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1875Son
William Mort Mary Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1878Son
Robert M Mort Catherine C Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1889Head
Catherine C Mort Robert M Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1891Wife
Thomas Mort Robert M Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1915Son
Nellie Mort Robert M Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1920Daughter
Robert Mort Robert M Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1922Son
Anna M Mort Robert M Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1927Daughter
Mary E Mort Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1884Sister
Samuel L Mort Blannie Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1895Head
Blannie Mort Samuel L Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1905Wife
Mamie Mort Samuel L Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1924Son
Sondra Mort Samuel L Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1927Daughter
George Mort Bertha Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1867Head
Bertha Mort George Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1874Wife
Elizabeth Mort George Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1907Daughter
Morris Mort George Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1903Son
Edward Mort Margaret Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1898Head
Margaret Mort Edward Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1902Wife
Robert Mort Edward Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA 1921Son
Gennevieve Mort William Ashland, Schuylkill, PA 1906Daughter
William Mort Gennevieve Ashland, Schuylkill, PA 1908Son-in-law
William Mort William Ashland, Schuylkill, PA 1927Grandson
James Mort Sarah Jane Girardville, Schuylkill, PA 1863Head
Sarah Jane Mort James Girardville, Schuylkill, PA 1866Wife
Mildred Mort James Girardville, Schuylkill, PA 1911Daughter
William Mort Anna M Girardville, Schuylkill, PA 1885Head
Anna M Mort William Girardville, Schuylkill, PA 1885Wife
Clinton J Mort William Girardville, Schuylkill, PA 1910Son
James F Mort William Girardville, Schuylkill, PA 1921Son
Elmer Mort Addison, Somerset, PA 1907Nephew
Jessy Mort Sarah Boswell, Somerset, PA 1873Head
Sarah Mort Jessy Boswell, Somerset, PA 1876Wife
Harry J Mort Rose E Jenner, Somerset, PA 1893Head
Rose E Mort Harry J Jenner, Somerset, PA 1895Wife
Francis E Mort Harry J Jenner, Somerset, PA 1915Son
Alena E Mort Harry J Jenner, Somerset, PA 1918Daughter
William D Mort Harry J Jenner, Somerset, PA 1921Son
Rosetta E Mort Harry J Jenner, Somerset, PA 1925Daughter
Marlyn L Mort Harry J Jenner, Somerset, PA 1929Son
William D Mort Arminta Quemahoning, Somerset, PA 1873Head
Arminta Mort William D Quemahoning, Somerset, PA 1873Wife
Solomon Mort William D Quemahoning, Somerset, PA 1908Son
John Mort William D Quemahoning, Somerset, PA 1912Son
Ross Mort William D Quemahoning, Somerset, PA 1914Son
Mary Mort William D Quemahoning, Somerset, PA 1903Daughter
Andrew J Mort Annie I Salisbury, Somerset, PA 1866Head
Annie I Mort Andrew J Salisbury, Somerset, PA 1870Wife
Nelle (Mort) WelfleyAndrew J Salisbury, Somerset, PA 1906Daughter
Ernest Mort Annie Salisbury, Somerset, PA 1891Head
Annie Mort Ernest Salisbury, Somerset, PA 1896Wife
Pearl Mort Ernest Salisbury, Somerset, PA 1914Daughter
Jack Mort Ernest Salisbury, Somerset, PA 1916Son
Paul Mort Ernest Salisbury, Somerset, PA 1919Son
Harvey Mort Goldie Somerset, Somerset, PA 1897Head
Goldie Mort Harvey Somerset, Somerset, PA 1897Wife
Frances Mort Harvey Somerset, Somerset, PA 1920Daughter
Lloyd Mort Harvey Somerset, Somerset, PA 1923Son
Jerrie Mort Sarah Summit, Somerset, PA 1872Head
Sarah Mort Jerrie Summit, Somerset, PA 1875Wife
Hilda Mort Derry, Westmoreland, PA 1905Lodger
May Mort Charleroi, Washington, PA 1865Head
Alex Mort May Charleroi, Washington, PA 1898Daughter
??k Mort May Charleroi, Washington, PA 1903Son
Mort ??k Charleroi, Washington, PA 1927Granddaughter
Mort ??k Charleroi, Washington, PA 1928Granddaughter
Rosa M Mort York, York, PA 1884Head
Charles B Mort Rosa M York, York, PA 1923Son


1930 Census of Rhoade Island
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Janes Mort Cranston, Providence, RI 1865Inmate


1930 Census of South Carolina
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Benjamin Mort First Saint James Goose Creek,
Charleston, SC
1880Boarder


1930 Census of South Dakota
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
B Gladys Mort Leola, Codington, SD 1919Granddaughter
E Glen Mort Leola, Codington, SD 1921Grandson
Leroy C Mort Emily Maltby, Perkins, SD 1889Head
Emily Mort Leroy C Maltby, Perkins, SD 1889Wife
Lowell C Mort Leroy C Maltby, Perkins, SD 1924Son
Raymond Mort Alma Plateau, Perkins, SD 1901Head
Alma Mort Raymond Plateau, Perkins, SD 1905Wife
Earl Mort Raymond Plateau, Perkins, SD 1923Son
Elaine Mort Raymond Plateau, Perkins, SD 1924Daughter
Ralph Mort Ruby Plateau, Perkins, SD 1894Head
Ruby Mort Ralph Plateau, Perkins, SD 1886Wife


1930 Census of Tennessee
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Dwight P Mort Mary A Nashville, Davidson, TN 1897Head
Mary A Mort Dwight P Nashville, Davidson, TN 1905Wife
George W Mort District 1, Shelby, TN 1876Head
Dorothy E Mort George W District 1, Shelby, TN 1917Daughter
Edward L Mort George W District 1, Shelby, TN 1920Son
Cicero Mort Lou E District 19, Sullivan, TN 1874Head
Lou E Mort Cicero District 19, Sullivan, TN 1880Wife
John A Mort Martha S District 19, Sullivan, TN 1875Head
Martha S Mort John A District 19, Sullivan, TN 1881Wife
Ruth E Mort John A District 19, Sullivan, TN 1908Daughter
Charles C Mort John A District 19, Sullivan, TN 1912Son
Ray G Mort John A District 19, Sullivan, TN 1913Son
Calvin J Mort John A District 19, Sullivan, TN 1914Son
Earl J Mort John A District 19, Sullivan, TN 1920Son


1930 Census of Texas
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Roy Mort Gomory San Antonio, Bexar, TX
Mallie Mort Ennis, Ellis, TX 1872Sister


1930 Census of Vermont
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
William G Mort Josephine Bennington, Bennington, VT 1877Head
Josephine Mort William G Bennington, Bennington, VT 1876Wife
Florence (Mort) LagleWilliam G Bennington, Bennington, VT 1898Daughter
William G Mort William G Bennington, Bennington, VT 1903Son
Maryon Mort William G Bennington, Bennington, VT 1908Daughter-in-law


1930 Census of Virginia
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Ralph T Mort Queenie E Tunstall, Pittsylvania, VA 1902Head
Queenie E Mort Ralph T Tunstall, Pittsylvania, VA 1902Wife
Eugene T Mort Ralph T Tunstall, Pittsylvania, VA 1928Son
Joseph F Mort Mary A Denbigh, Warwick, VA 1875Head
Mary A Mort Joseph F Denbigh, Warwick, VA 1880Wife
Esther Mort Joseph F Denbigh, Warwick, VA 1908Daughter
Pauline Mort Joseph F Denbigh, Warwick, VA 1911Daughter
Irene Mort Joseph F Denbigh, Warwick, VA 1911Daughter
Jones W Mort Joseph F Denbigh, Warwick, VA 1916Son
Harvey J Mort Joseph F Denbigh, Warwick, VA 1920Son
Amanda E Mort Bristol, Bristol, VA 1863Roomer
Ruby J Mort Bristol, Bristol, VA 1899Roomer
Bessie Mort Bristol, Bristol, VA 1890Sister


1930 Census of Washington
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
John Mort Saratoga, Island, WA 1873Head
Harry W Mort Jessie Goldendale, Klickitat, WA 1868Head
Jessie Mort Harry W Goldendale, Klickitat, WA 1870Wife
Ruth Mort Harry W Goldendale, Klickitat, WA 1915Daughter
Hazel Mort Seattle, King, WA 1906Partner
Esther L Mort Lucetta Burley, Kitsap, WA 1911Daughter
Eugene R Mort Lucetta Burley, Kitsap, WA 1912Son
Donald R Mort Lucetta Burley, Kitsap, WA 1916Son
Edith Mort Interlaaken, Pierce, WA 1904Servant
Ester Mort Tacoma, Pierce, WA 1911Servant
William Mort Ida Spokane, Spokane, WA 1849Head
Ida Mort William Spokane, Spokane, WA 1851Wife
Ida D Mort William Spokane, Spokane, WA 1876Daughter
Thomas J Mort Nancy B Laurel Heights, Snohomish, WA 1863Head
Nancy B Mort Thomas J Laurel Heights, Snohomish, WA 1864Wife


1930 Census of West Virginia
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Russel Mort Hollidays Cove, Brooke, WV 1905Roomer
James W Mort Mildred A Grant, Marion, WV 1905Head
Mildred A Mort James W Grant, Marion, WV 1907Wife
James L Mort James W Grant, Marion, WV 1925Son
Robert R Mort James W Grant, Marion, WV 1927Son


1930 Census of Wisconsin
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Mae Mort Allouez, Brown, WI 1907Head
Alberta Mort Mae Allouez, Brown, WI 1918Daughter
Mary Louis Mort Mae Allouez, Brown, WI 1920Daughter
Albert Mort Mae Allouez, Brown, WI 1922Son
Clara Mort Mae Allouez, Brown, WI 1923Daughter
Genevieve Mort Mae Allouez, Brown, WI 1925Daughter
Margaret Mort Mae Allouez, Brown, WI 1927Daughter
Kathleen Mort Mae Allouez, Brown, WI 1929Daughter


1930 Census of Wyoming
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Rofy Mort Georgia G La Grange, Goshen, WY 1891Head
Georgia G Mort Ray La Grange, Goshen, WY 1897Wife
Thomas E Mort Ray La Grange, Goshen, WY 1917Son


1930 Census of Simlar Names to Mort
NameParent or
Spouse
Census LocationBorn
About
Relationship
Joseph Morte Mary Oakland, Alameda, CA 1888Head
Mary Morte Joseph Oakland, Alameda, CA 1890Wife
Edward Morte Joseph Oakland, Alameda, CA 1912Son
Bernice Morte Joseph Oakland, Alameda, CA 1914Daughter
Alvin Morte Joseph Oakland, Alameda, CA 1916Son
Clifford Morte Joseph Oakland, Alameda, CA 1923Son
Thomas Morte Chicago, Cook, IL 1878Lodger
Joseph Morte Anna Detroit, Wayne, MI 1906Head
Anna Morte Joseph Detroit, Wayne, MI 1907Wife
Eugene Morte Joseph Detroit, Wayne, MI 1928Son
Norbert Morte Joseph Detroit, Wayne, MI Son
Lawerence V Morte Pearl Beat 3, Pontotoc, MS 1900Head
Pearl Morte Lawerence V Beat 3, Pontotoc, MS 1906Wife
Beatrice I Morte Lawerence V Beat 3, Pontotoc, MS 1927Daughter
Freeman D Morte Lawerence V Beat 3, Pontotoc, MS 1929Son
William Morte Omaha, Douglas, NE 1875Roomer
W Jene Mortt Annie Queens, Queens, NY 1878Head
Annie Mortt W Jene Queens, Queens, NY 1878Wife
Herbert Mortt W Jene Queens, Queens, NY 1909Son
A Frank Mortt W Jene Queens, Queens, NY 1914Son
Lucille Mortt W Jene Queens, Queens, NY 1917Daughter
Charlie D Mortt Mintie C Pigeon, Haywood, NC 1870Head
Mintie C Mortt Charlie D Pigeon, Haywood, NC 1876Wife
Della M Mortt Charlie D Pigeon, Haywood, NC 1924Daughter
Cassius C Morte Memphis, Shelby, TN 1883Brother-in-law
Patricia Morte Memphis, Shelby, TN 1896Sister

Records of Colonial Gloucester County, Virginia -- Page 20

NAMESDESCRIPTION CO. BK. Pg .   DATE   ACRES
COLLINS
    George      
On E side of Eastermost R. S upon Pud-
ding Creek N on a creek that divides from
Robt. Langdall W on the river E one mile
intot he woods being a neck of land.
HR: His own adventure twice, John Browns,
Edward Uggins, Grif. Richards, Richard
Mort, Thomas Rennels.
M. 3 232 1653
  Nov. 25  
350

Roster of Civil War Soldiers from Washington County, Maryland
Page 167:
MORT William. (Pvt.) Co. G. 102nd Pennsylvania
  Infantry Regiment. (US) Leitersburg.  Served
  from 20 May. 1864.  (H.R.M.V., Vol. 1, 734) 
  (1890-C) (1860-C, 75)                       




John Mort VA Dunmore County Rent Rolls 1774 John Mort VA Dunmore County Rent Rolls 1775


Bible of John Fry, Sr., Deceased
Possession: Mrs. George Morton, daughter of John Fry,
who lived at RFD #3, Dandridge, TN
Transcription: July 20, 1937

Marriages:
Mary L. Fry and George A. Mort was married

Births:
Bertie L. Fry was born July 6, 1879

Marriages:
Bertie L. Fry and J. M. Fox were married Dec. 16, 1904

Marriages:
George Mort and Bertie Fox were married Jan. 10, 1920, by D. E. Fox, Esq.



North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868
Groom:     	John Nowls
Bride:     	Mileah Dawson
Bond Date: 	29 Sep 1807
Bond #: 	000017236
ImageNum: 	002056
County: 	Caswell
Record #: 	01 219
Bondsman: 	William Noles
Witness: 	Abraham B. Mort
1830 Census
Documenting Abraham Mort

Mathias Mort — Dublin Township, Bedford Co., PA page 16
    male aged <5      1
    male aged 20-30   1
    male aged 40-50   1
    Female 10-15      1
    Female 40-50      1
    
Abraham Mort — Washington Township, Franklin Co., PA page 346 (93)
    male aged <5      1
    male aged 20-30   1
    Female 20-30      1
    Female 50-60      1

John Mort — Springfield Township, Huntingdon Co., PA page 24
    male aged  5-10   1
    male aged 10-15   2
    male aged 15-20   1
    male aged 40-50   1
    female 10-15      1
    female 15-20      2
    female 20-30      1
    female 40-50      1

John Mort — Springfield Township, Huntingdon Co., PA page 24
    male aged <5      1
    male aged  5-10   2
    male aged 20-30   1
    female <5         1
    female 15-20      1
    female 30-40      1
    female 60-70      1

George Mort (or More) — Springfield Township, Huntingdon Co., PA page 25
    male aged 20-30   1 
    female 15-20      1
Abraham Mort — Springfield Township, Huntingdon Co., PA page 25
    male aged 20-30   1 
    female <5         1
    Female 20-30      2
Jacob Mort — Springfield Township, Huntingdon Co., PA page 25
    male aged <5      1
    male aged  5-10   1
    male aged 10-15   1
    male aged 15-20   3
    male aged 40-50   1 
    female <5         1
    female  5-10      1
    female 15-20      1
    female 30-40      
1840 Census
Documenting Abraham Mort
Abraham Mort — Springfield Township, Huntingdon County, PA page 35
    male aged 30-40   1 
    female 10-15      1
    Female 30-40      1
    
Jacob Mort — Springfield Township, Huntingdon County, PA page 35
    male aged 15-20   2 
    male aged 20-30   2 
    male aged 30-40   1 
    male aged 50-60   1 
    male aged 15-20   1 
    female <5         2
    female  5-10      1
    female 10-15      2
    female 20-30      2
    female 50-60      1
    
Abraham Mort — Leitersburg, Washington County, Maryland page 62
    male aged  5-10   1 
    male aged 10-15   1 
    male aged 40-50   1 
    female <5         2
    female  5-10      1
    female 10-15      1
    female 30-40      1

1850 Census
Documenting Abraham Mort
Deer Creek Township, Perry County, Indiana, 
4 September 1850, Page 260
512 524 Abaham Mort     60 M none          Pennsylvania, 
        Sarah Mort      58 F               Virginia cannot read or write, 
        Elijah Mort     26 M Carpenter     Ohio, 
        David Mort      21 M Palsterer     Ohio, 
        William Mort    12 M               Ohio, 
        Alijah Mort     33 M Carpenter 500 Ohio, 
        Mary Ann Mort    5 F               Indiana, 
        Sarah F Mort     3 F               Indiana, 
        Martha I Mort 8/12 F               Indiana 


58th District Shenandoah County, Virginia, page 40; 5 April 1850
Abraham Mort    48 M Carpenter $100 MD married within the year, 
Catharine Mort  42 F                Holland
John Mort       21 M                VA
Henry Mort      17 M                VA
Mary Mort        8 F                VA
Sophia Mort      7 F                VA
Jeremiah Mort    5 M                VA
Mahala L. Mort   2 F                VA
Eliza F. Mort 2/12 F                VA 




400 MEN KILLED IN GREAT DISASTER IN WEST VIRGINIA
.

BLACK DAMP THE CAUSE -- VICTIMS MOSTLY FOREIGNERS -- WORST DISASTER IN HISTORY OF WEST VIRGINIA -- BODIES NEARLY ALL RECOVERED.

Monongah, West Virginia, Dec. 7 -- In the greatest disaster in the history of coal mining in West Virginia, Friday, not less than 400 miners met their death, by an explosion of black damp.
    Fire rescuing parties, with 10 men to each party, are working like Trojans at different parts of the two mines to the end that every nook and corner of the workings may be reached in the shortest possible time. There is a large force of experienced miners for this work and they are working in relays with short turns, owing to the accumulation of gas which prevents the men remaining long within the mine.
    The explosion occurred shortly after 10 o'clock to-day, after about 400 men had gone to work in the two mines affected. Those mines are Nos. 6 and 8 of the Consolidated Coal Company, situated on opposite sides of the West Fork River at Monongah, but merged in their underground workings by a healing and on the surface by a great steel tipple and bridge.
    The finding of the three corpses and the four living men is the only reward for strenuous and uninterrupted work on the part of large rescuing forces that immediately after the explosion set to work at every possible point.     The living men are unable to give any detailed report of the disaster or even to explain how they reached the surface. They state that immediately back of them when they began their, frantic struggle for liberty there was a large number of men engaged in a similar effort, while still surther back in the workings there was a large number of whom they know nothing.
    It is the opinioin of mine officials and others familiar with mining that these seven had not penetrated the mine as far as had the majority of the day shift when the explosion occurred and that they had headed for and reached the main entry before the heavy cave-in that now blockages the entrance more than a few hundred feet beyond the main opening of mine No. 6.
    As to the miners referred to by the rescued men as having been alive when last seen, it is believed they were caught back of a heavy cave-in of coal and mine roof and that they could not have survived more than a few minutes in the deadly gases with which the entry filled as soon as the ventilating system was interrupted. There is more hope for those in more remote sections of the mine, as they may have reached working where fresh air is supplied by other openings. But at best only the most slender hope is entertained for the survival of anyone of the men in the mine until the debris can be cleared away and communication with the outside re-established.
    The two mines regularly employ 1,000 men, working in two shifts, 500 during the day and 500 during the night and the best information obtainable at this time is that nearly the entire day force had gone to work this morning and that all were caught. It was shortly after 10 o'clock when the explosion occurred and at that hour even the latest straggling force is customarily at work, according to mine officials. Beyond these figures the company officials do not attempt to give estimates.     The general opinion is that the number of dead and imprisoned will reach 400. Some believed that number would be exceeded, claiming thatmore than 500 of the total force worked during the day, while others through the number would be smaller. The more conservative estimates placed the number of victims at 300 or 400.
    There is much speculation as to the cause of the explosion but the most generally accepted theory is that it resulted from black damp, scientifically known as methane. It is believed a miner attempted to set off a blast which blew out and ignited the coal dust, a highly inflammable substance found in greater or less quantities in all West Virginia mines. However, all explanations of the cause up to this time are necessarily speculative. Only a thorough investigation after the mine is reopened will disclose the cause if it is ever ascertained.
    The explosion affected both mines and so far as is now known appears to have done about as much damage in one as in the other. It has not been established in which mine it originated. Evidencing the terrific force of the concussion, props in the entry of No. 6 mine, supporting the roof were not only shattered and torn from their positions, but were blown out of the entry and to the opposite side of the river.
    Other evidence of the awful force is shown in every section of the mines that have been reached by the rescuers. Huge quantities of coal and rock have been loosened and hurled into every opening and all of the underground structure is wrecked beyond semblance of its original shape.
    The entry of No. 6 mine, 300 feet from the mouth, is piled high with the wreckage of two strings of cars and two electric motors. Some of the rescuers have climbed over this and found dead bodies beyond, but have made no attempt to romove these to the surface, partly cecause it would be almost impossible to carry bodies over the debris, but more because they do not want to lose any time in reaching other sections of the mine where it is possible men still living may be imprisoned. The cars are being righted as fast as possible and removed from the entry together with all other obstructions.
    All of the headings leading off from the main entry are being cut off by canvas and barricaded as fast as they are reached by the relief workers so that the most innermost workings of the mine may be given the benefit of the ventilation system to sustain any that may be yet living and make possible an early exploration of these workings.
    The American miners of the town have been placed in charge of the relief work but the Italians and other foreigners are working under them faithfully. It is impossible for a man to remain long in the depths of the mine and the rescue forces are divided so as to work in relays with frequent reliefs. Many in the relief parties have already become exhausted and have been sent to the surface.
The mines are owned and operated by the Consolidated Coal company of Baltimore. Its general offices are in Baltimore and its operating offices in Fairmont, W. Va.
Lowville Journal and Republican New York 1907-12-12

Listing of Miners Killed in the Monongah Mine Disaster
From Annual Report of the Department of Mines
West Virginia, 1908
www. wvculture.org.

No. 8 Mine: ... C. D. MORT, ...

From Wikipedia: Monongah Mining Disaster

No. 6 Mine
* Americans : C. D. Mort | Jno. H. Mort



Database of Virginia Military Dead:

Mort, Jeremiah M Undetermined ACW Private Killed in Action Morgan Co, West Virginia l "Jerry"; killed by "Brown"?; 07/??/1864 or 06/??/1864?; POD: near Winchester, Virginia?

Mort, John M Undetermined ACW Sergeant Killed in Action 8/29/1862 2nd Manassas g



California Death Index
1940-1997

                                                                           Mother's
                      Birth                       Death                    Maiden
Name [Maiden]         Date     Place          Sex Date        Place        Name
--------------------- --------- --------------  -- ----------- -----------  --------
[Anna Marion Mort]    19-Oct-87 Sacramento      F 11-Dec-1937 California   Brooks
[Della Mort Mort]      8-Mar-43 San Mateo       F 17 Nov 1866 Iowa         Miller
[Doris Juanita Mort]  28-Sep-86 El Dorado       F 25-Sep-1923 Oklahoma     Tallon
[Emma Lavinia Mort]   15-Jan-55 San Francisco   F  2 Nov 1863 Maryland     Kane
[Etta Viola Mort]     17-Oct-53 Los Angeles     F 26 Dec 1885 Iowa         Deal
[Greta Gerirude Mort] 10-Jan-90 Los Angeles     F 16 Jan 1898 Nebraska     Aylor
[Ila Mort Mort]        2-Jul-85 Orange          F 14-Jun-1901 Kansas       VanBrunt
[Lila Violet Mort]    24-Apr-81 Placer          F 18-Jun-1914 California   Seiler
[Mary Nellie Mort]    14-Mar-87 San Bernardino  F 13-Apr-1927 Oregon       Neditch
[Peggy Leana Mort]    17-Oct-93 San Luis Obispo F 13-Jul-1918 New York
[Phyllis Louise Mort] 11-Dec-86 Riverside       F  7-Jun-1902 California   Humeston
[Susan Mort Mort]     10-Feb-96 Los Angeles     F  8-Nov-1935 Pennsylvania Hendler
[Sybil Betsy Mort]    30-Sep-89 Placer          F 31-Mar-1922 Utah         Webb
[Trina T Mort]        18-Feb-91 Contra Costa    F  1-Feb-1943 Idaho        Wasso
Agnes C Mort           1-Apr-67 San Mateo       F 26 Mar 1890 California
Albert C Mort         25-Nov-64 Los Angeles     M 19 Jul 1874 Ohio         Taylor
Alfred J Mort         27-Dec-66 San Francisco   M  8-Dec-1908 California   Sousa
Anna Marion Gainsley  19-Oct-87 Sacramento      F 11-Dec-1937 California   Brooks
Anne Frances Mort     22-Apr-97 Los Angeles     M 22-Mar-1914 Pennsylvania Early
Benard L Mort          6-Dec-70 Santa Clara     M  6 Feb 1897 Kansas
Bernadene Mort        13-Dec-58 Los Angeles     F 24-Jan-1909 Iowa         Woodruff
Betty Mort            26-May-95 Riverside       F  8-Mar-1918 Idaho
Bryan Wayne Mort      23-Jul-79 Alameda         M 30-Jun-1940 New York
Carl Fredrick Mort    30-Sep-97 Shasta          M  3-Nov-1919 Kansas       Griffith
Carl G Mort           13-May-73 Butte           M 10 Nov 1885 Kansas
Carol L Mort          24-May-76 Alameda         F 29-Aug-1937 Illinois
Cecil E Mort          31-Jan-79 Sonoma          M  8-Jan-1916 Idaho
Charles Mort          15-Jun-45 San Joaquin     M 24 Jan 1870 Maryland     Rain
Clara H Mort           6-Aug-63 Orange          F 28 Oct 1876 Iowa         Bruck
Clarence Harold Mort   4-Dec-89 Sacramento      M 14-Aug-1912 California   Seiler
Clifton Bridges Mort  11-Sep-78 Los Angeles     M 11-Nov-1902 California
Clinton Wayne Mort    17-Mar-88 Stanislaus      M 10-Aug-1921 Oklahoma     Tallent
Clyde E Mort           1-Apr-54 San Bernardino  M 27 Jul 1870 Iowa         Miller
Constanc E Mort       29-Aug-60 San Bernardino  F 15-Apr-1936 California   Quinn
Craig D Mort          13-Sep-60 Sacramento      M 20 Dec 1888 Iowa
Delbert Mort          25-Jul-66 Los Angeles     M  9-Sep-1909 California   Ely
Della Mort Barnard     8-Mar-43 San Mateo       F 17 Nov 1866 Iowa         Miller
Dolores Mae Mort      26-Mar-90 Siskiyou        F 21-Mar-1921 Pennsylvania
Donis F Mort           5-Sep-72 San Bernardino  F 17-Oct-1921 Oklahoma
Doris Juanita Penrose 28-Sep-86 El Dorado       F 25-Sep-1923 Oklahoma     Tallon
Dorothy Jeanette Mort 28-Jul-90 Santa Clara     F 29-Aug-1924 Pennsylvania Pilsbury
Dorothy Lucille Mort  14-Mar-85 Shasta          F 28-Apr-1914 Indiana      Reagan
Earl Edward Mort      18-Mar-88 Merced          M  3-Dec-1918 Missouri     Hartman
Edwin Charles Mort    11-Jan-89 Los Angeles     M 21-Apr-1912 California   Ely
Edwin D Mort          13-Dec-70 Santa Cruz      M 10 Sep 1881 Iowa
Eleanor Hitchcock Mort13-Jul-89 Orange          F 28-Oct-1916 New York     Wisch
Ella Louise Mort      17-Mar-82 Kern            F  8-Aug-1901 Oklahoma     Irwin
Emma B Mort           20-Nov-65 Los Angeles     F 29 Oct 1882 Kansas       Johnson
Emma Lavinia Redmond  15-Jan-55 San Francisco   F  2 Nov 1863 Maryland     Kane
Ernst G Mort          28-Apr-72 San Diego       M 29-Jun-1904 Nebraska
Esther Jane Mort      23-Oct-89 San Mateo       F 13-Mar-1920 New York     Verdow
Etta Viola Sterry     17-Oct-53 Los Angeles     F 26 Dec 1885 Iowa         Deal
Florence B Mort        1-Jul-97 Riverside       F 15-Aug-1913 Pennsylvania Cunningham
Florence I Mort       24-Feb-73 Placer          F  6 Aug 1884 England
Frances L Mort        17-Dec-59 San Bernardino  F  7 Jan 1875 Nevada       Freeman
Frances Mort          23-Nov-80 San Bernardino  F 25-Apr-1906 Kansas       Jackson
Frank Leslie Mort     10-Jun-89 San Diego       M 14-Aug-1902 California   Costley
George A Mort         30-Jun-68 San Luis Obispo M 17 Feb 1899 Illinois
George Howard Mort    27-Nov-51 Los Angeles     M 15 Nov 1882 California   Lazarovitch
George Marion Mort     3-Sep-47 Contra Costa    M 19 May 1889 Kansas       Phelps
Gertrude Mort          3-Apr-41 San Bernardino  F 31 Dec 1879 Nevada       O’Connor
Grace Alice Mort       5-Aug-58 Los Angeles     F 23 Jul 1888 Ohio         Gaughan
Grace E Mort          27-Jan-75 Los Angeles     F 16 Nov 1897 California
Greta Gertrude Williamson 10-Jan 90 Los Angeles F 16 Jan 1898 Nebraska     Aylor
Gus Mort               8-Apr-74 Riverside       M  9-Feb-1909 California
Harry A Mort           9-Aug-54 Los Angeles     M 23 Aug 1880 Kansas
Harry W Mort          31-Jul-72 Sacramento      M  9-May-1924 Pennsylvania
Ila Mort Menefee       2-Jul-85 Orange          F 14-Jun-1901 Kansas       Vanbrunt
Ileah Billie Mort      4-Oct-91 San Bernardino  F 27-Mar-1918 California   Huff
Ina D Mort            22-Aug-60 Los Angeles     F 29 Nov 1882 Utah         Rowley
Ira Milton Mort       26-Aug-81 Kern            M 14 Feb 1898 Kansas       Phelps
James C Mort          31-Aug-74 Orange          M  8-Feb-1925 Missouri
James D Mort          16-Sep-64 San Francisco   M 31 Mar 1899 Kansas       Keller
James E Mort           8-Apr-73 Los Angeles     M  9-Jan-1910 Pennsylvania
Jeffery Scott Mort    31-May-97 Alameda         M 17-Dec-1966 Pennsylvania Goucher
John A Mort           21-Apr-64 Napa            M  5 Dec 1896 California   Murphy
John J Mort           15-Nov-73 Orange          M 19-Aug-1922 Pennsylvania
John Mort             21-Oct-73 Los Angeles     M 15 Mar 1897 Washington
John William Mort     19-Jun-91 Sacramento      M 23-Apr-1928 Colorado     Hufnagel
Josephine Mort         1-Mar-78 Butte           F 14 Jul 1895 Kansas
Judy Mort              9-Aug-42 Solano          F  9-Aug-1942 California   Mulhern
Katherin G Mort       15-Apr-65 San Francisco   F 27 Nov 1892 California   Blake
Kenneth Glenn Mort    16-Mar-93 Los Angeles     M 21-Jan-1905 California   Humeston
Kenneth Milton Mort   16-Jan-80 Stanislaus      M  5-Dec-1955 California   Jacoby
Laurel M Mort          8-Dec-77 Los Angeles     F 13-Oct-1901 Missouri
Leedy Charles Mort    24-Nov-83 Orange          M 31 Mar 1898 Nebraska
Lena R Mort            4-Oct-69 Sacramento      F 15 Feb 1889 Michigan     Bachman
Lila Violet Williams  24-Apr-81 Placer          F 18-Jun-1914 California   Seiler
Lillian Pauline Mort   7-Apr-84 Santa Clara     F  3 Jun 1896 Missouri     Harker
Linwood Mort           9-Apr-75 Orange          M 28-Jan-1916 New York
Llewellyn Mort        14-Mar-48 Los Angeles     M 14 Feb 1889 Other Country Davis
Lola Lucile Mort      14-Jul-85 Merced          F  7-Aug-1913 Texas        Mann
Lorenzo Alfred Mort   10-Aug-42 San Diego       M 10-Oct-1913 Colorado     Webb
Louis Mort            11-May-77 Riverside       M 10-Mar-1904 Nebraska
Lowell L Mort          5-Nov-69 Shasta          M 17-Jun-1936 California   Hatfield
Lulu Alice Mort       21-Aug-79 San Luis Obispo F 13 Aug 1886 Indiana
Mamie L Mort          21-Apr-69 Placer          F 23 Mar 1878 Oregon       Carter
Marilyn V Mort        14-Apr-74 Contra Costa    F 10-Oct-1933 California
Marita Pearl Mort     18-Jul-89 Stanislaus      F 24-Oct-1928 Missouri     Kashishian
Mary Nellie Lazrovich 14-Mar-87 San Bernardino  F 13-Apr-1927 Oregon       Neditch
Maude A Mort          11-Jul-44 Los Angeles     F 21 May 1886 Other Country Griffiths
Mazie Inez Mort       17-Jun-86 San Francisco   F 25-Dec-1912 Virginia     Jenkins
Merle Mort             3-Sep-91 Contra Costa    F 16-Sep-1917 California   Brannan
Nellie M Mort         28-Nov-83 Los Angeles     F  5-Oct-1913 New Mexico   Harris
Nettie Frances Mort   18-Jun-95 Sacramento      F  6-Nov-1901 Missouri     Lunceford
Olive B Mort          17-Nov-64 Sacramento      F 19-Nov-1908 Maine        Dowling
Olive W Mort          17-Nov-64 Sacramento      F 19-Nov-1908 Maine        Dowling
Oscar L Mort          11-Apr-58 Sacramento      M 10 Apr 1881 Other Country
Ottis H Mort          11-Oct-49 San Diego       M 26 May 1873 Iowa         Miller
Owen David Mort       13-Dec-90 Riverside       M 18 Jul 1892 Nebraska     January
Patricia Mort         29-Aug-60 San Bernardino  F 15-Apr-1936 California   Quinn
Patty Jean Mort       18-Apr-95 San Joaquin     F  8-Sep-1927 Oklahoma     Tiffy
Peggy Leana Stanko    17-Oct-93 San Luis Obispo F 13-Jul-1918 New York
Peter Michael Mort    12-Jul-88 Los Angeles     M 12-Sep-1954 Connecticut  Stanley
Phyllis Louise Clem   11-Dec-86 Riverside       F  7-Jun-1902 California   Humeston
Ralph J Mort          26-Apr-65 Placer          M 27-Apr-1901 Ohio         Holmes
Ranald W Mort         22-Nov-61 Los Angeles     M 27-Sep-1904 Kansas       Smith
Raymond W Mort         1-Mar-65 Los Angeles     M  7-May-1912 Ohio         Wooles
Rebecca Ellen Mort     1-Sep-47 San Mateo       F 23 Feb 1865 Indiana      Jenkins
Ricky Dale Mort        2-Dec-92 Shasta          M 17-Oct-1966 California   Staffenson
Robert H Mort         20-Sep-58 Los Angeles     M  6 Sep 1882 Michigan
Robert Lincoln Mort   28-Apr-58 San Francisco   M 10 Sep 1891 California   Murphy
Rosalyn P Mort        13-Jul-84 Orange          F 17-Jan-1921 North Dakota Kupper
Roy A Mort            12-Jan-75 Los Angeles     M 28 Jul 1889 Ohio
Roy G Mort            19-Mar-57 San Francisco   M  8 Oct 1884 Nebraska     Higgins
Roy Louis Mort         7-Mar-94 Solano          M 14-Oct-1914 California   Crofton
Ruby L Mort            6-Oct-51 Los Angeles     F  1 Nov 1899 Nebraska     Johnson
Russell Mort          16-Mar-82 San Bernardino  M  3 Dec 1899 California   Costley
Sallie Jo Mort        29-Sep-42 Alameda         F 30-Oct-1938 Oklahoma     Ethridge
Steve Mort            12-Sep-83 Contra Costa    M 18-Aug-1913 Illinois     Globy
Steven Mort           29-Oct-77 Ventura         M 26-Sep-1962 California
Susan Mort Taylor     10-Feb-96 Los Angeles     F  8-Nov-1935 Pennsylvania Hendler
Sybil Betsy Given     30-Sep-89 Placer          F 31-Mar-1922 Utah         Webb
Terrance A Mort       16-Jan-71 Placer          M 16-Jan-1971 California
Thelma Elizabeth Mort 10-Aug-84 Santa Clara     F 21-Feb-1901 Alaska       Lercher
Thomas Glenn Mort     17-Apr-45 Orange          M 24 May 1878 Kansas       Miller
Trina T Lucas         18-Feb-91 Contra Costa    F  1-Feb-1943 Idaho        Wasso
Warren Dale Mort      15-Dec-87 Contra Costa    M 24-Aug-1925 Iowa         Nowling
William Mort          17-Apr-49 San Francisco   M 18 Jan 1897 Ohio         Carroll
William Russell Mort   6-Dec-55 San Bernardino  M  4-Dec-1955 California   Bash
William Thomas Mort    4-Jul-85 Santa Clara     M 23-Jun-1927 Pennsylvania OBrien


California Birth Index
1905-1995

                                       Mother's
                         Birth         Maiden       California
Name                     Date      Sex Name         County
------------------------ ---------- -- ---------------------------
Mort                     26 Aug 1969 M Mort         Monterey
Mort                     30 Jan 1930 M Stephen      Los Angeles
Mort                     13 Feb 1911 M Irland       Fresno
Mort                     14 Oct 1914 M Crafton      San Francisco
Mort                     19 Mar 1962 F Mort         San Francisco
Aaron Nicholas Mort      24 Jan 1985 M Dias         Santa Clara
Abhi Manyu Mort          20 Jan 1982 M Manton       San Francisco
Abi Manyu Mort           20 Jan 1982 M Mort         San Francisco
Adam Louis Mort           2 Sep 1980 M Pruitt       Solano
Alexis Maritacamill Mort  2 Aug 1995 F Yeaman       San Diego
Alfred W Mort             6 Apr 1961 M Jacoby       Stanislaus
Alison McKay Mort         8 Sep 1989 F Welchons     Santa Clara
Allen J Mort             13 Jul 1967 M Hodges       Santa Clara
Alyssa Anne Mort          1 Aug 1990 F Gribben      Inyo
Amanda Haley Mort         7 Jun 1995 F Sullivan     Contra Costa
Amanda Marie Mort        13 Sep 1989 F Olivas       Los Angeles
Amy Kay Mort             12 Feb 1984 F Hansell      Shasta
Andrew Richard Mort      30 Apr 1990 M Fergin       San Diego
Angela M Mort            19 Jun 1975 F Jacobsen     San Diego
Anita L Mort             30 Dec 1959 F Jones        Siskiyou
Anna Belle Mort           4 Jun 1934 F Tallon       Tulare
Anna Marie Mort          10 Nov 1990 F Kelsey       Los Angeles
Anna Marion Mort         11 Dec 1937 F Brooks       Alameda
Anthony L Mort           15 Sep 1962 M Rose         Shasta
April Lynnette Mort       7 Apr 1993 F Rose         Shasta
Ashley Nicole Mort       14 Apr 1986 F Kosic        San Diego
Barbara Lee Mort         24 Oct 1941 F Brooks       Sacramento
Beatriz F Mort           25 Dec 1962 F Bello        San Bernardino
Beth A Mort              15 Jun 1969 F Durbin       Los Angeles
Betty Jean Mort          27 Jun 1943 F Cochran      Tulare
Betty Marlene Mort       18 May 1952 F Hatfield     Shasta
Brittney Marie Mort      29 Jan 1994 F Wilkinson    San Diego
Brook Lynne Mort          2 Mar 1985 F Todorovitch  San Bernardino
Brooke Hollins Mort      21 Jun 1991 F Vanderiet    Orange
Bryan Wayne Mort         17 May 1989 M Adams        Tehama
Cassandra Jo Mort        11 Dec 1995 F Lillestrand  Riverside
Charles Donald Mort       4 Nov 1952 M Zeigler      San Diego
Charles M Mort           13 Sep 1965 M Wuench       Riverside
Charles Monte Mort       30 Sep 1937 M Cate         Riverside
Christina Elaine Mort    12 Aug 1991 F Krossa       Sacramento
Christina Lynn Mort      21 Dec 1980 F Fielden      Santa Clara
Christina Marie Mort     15 Feb 1991 F Elardi       San Diego
Christop J Mort           2 Mar 1974 M Jettoncr     Los Angeles
Christop M Mort          22 Oct 1972 M Mohler       Los Angeles
Christopher Alan Mort    15 Jan 1980 M Jacobsen     San Diego
Christopher Carl Mort    24 May 1984 M Kennedy      Siskiyou
Christopher Loren Mort    7 Feb 1982 M Martz        Sacramento
Christopher Phillip Mort  1 Oct 1984 M Welchons     Santa Clara
Clarence H Mort          14 Aug 1912 M Sieler       Yolo
Clinton W Mort           16 Nov 1976 M Caudill      Stanislaus
Colette Marie Mort       29 Oct 1982 F Todorovitch  San Bernardino
Connie L Mort            12 Feb 1969 F Steffens     Siskiyou
Corinne Nicole Mort      31 Mar 1985 F Morrow       San Luis Obispo
Courtney Faith Mort      25 Oct 1986 F Dias         Fresno
Courtney Joy Mort        22 Feb 1994 F Lillestrand  Riverside
Cristina Mort            25 Jun 1956 F Garcia       Contra Costa
Damaris Constantine Mort 17 Jun 1993 F Goodwin      Siskiyou
Daniel Theodore Mort     14 Feb 1947 M Birely       San Diego
Daniel W Mort             1 Jul 1958 M Desrosie     Sacramento
Darrell A Mort           19 Mar 1962 M McGeough     San Diego
David Patrick Mort        8 Feb 1992 M Adams        Napa
David S Mort             30 Jun 1967 M Hacker       Shasta
David Thomas Mort        20 Jul 1946 M Norton       San Mateo
David W Mort             12 Apr 1961 M McGill       Alameda
Debbie Sue Mort          21 Jun 1979 F Sanders      Monterey
Deborah N Mort           26 Jan 1967 F Wood         Shasta
Debra L Mort             16 Jun 1960 F Osgood       Monterey
Denise M Mort             3 Jul 1967 F Domingue     Santa Clara
Dennis Allan Mort         2 Jun 1939 M Antonucci    Los Angeles
Dennis Lee Mort           1 Sep 1944 M Hatfield     Shasta
Diana Adele Mort         30 Aug 1943 F Jones        Siskiyou
Donald A Mort             2 Oct 1957 M Power        Alameda
Donald J Mort            17 Jun 1969 M Clark        Los Angeles
Dorothy L Mort           24 Oct 1965 F McGill       Riverside
Douglas L Mort            2 Dec 1960 M Power        Contra Costa
Douglas T Mort            6 Jul 1963 M Knolmar      Los Angeles
Edward Elroy Mort         4 Aug 1937 M Hatfield     Siskiyou
Edward L Mort             5 Mar 1961 M Nunez        Santa Clara
Edwin C Mort             21 Apr 1912 M Ely          Los Angeles
Elaine S Mort            24 Jun 1962 F Wood         Shasta
Elise Laurel Mort         6 Sep 1984 F Villman      Contra Costa
Ellen Josephine Mort     29 Mar 1932 F Griffith     Los Angeles
Emily Rose Mort           8 Jul 1981 F Villman      Contra Costa
Emma Ellen Mort           4 Dec 1928 F Tallam       Contra Costa
Frances Lee Mort          4 Nov 1939 F Hotek        San Diego
Frank Xavier Mort        20 Mar 1952 M Wanner       Kern
Gabriel Miguel Mort      16 May 1990 M Mort         Sonoma
Gail E Mort              18 May 1960 F McGeough     San Diego
Garrett Layton Mort      23 Apr 1995 M Ytreeide     Napa
Gary E Mort              31 Mar 1964 M Leach        Shasta
Gary Ray Mort             3 Mar 1941 M Jones        Siskiyou
Gary S Mort               2 Jan 1959 M Domingue     San Francisco
George Edmon Mort        17 Nov 1925 M Cate         Riverside
Glenn K Mort             11 Mar 1961 M Smith        Los Angeles
Gordon Lee Mort           5 Jun 1944 M Tallon       Tulare
Gregory E Mort           30 May 1957 M McGeough     San Diego
Hallie Anastasia Mort    15 Jul 1992 F Webb         Humboldt
Harry David Mort         17 Mar 1942 M Hatfield     Shasta
Harry W Mort              6 May 1967 M Bello        San Bernardino
Heather Kathleen Mort     6 Mar 1992 F Brown        Nevada
Herbert Lloyd Mort       23 Oct 1939 M Williams     Siskiyou
Ian Mitchell Mort        10 Nov 1987 M Olivas       Los Angeles
Jack Mort                30 Nov 1925 M Stephens     Los Angeles
Jaime A Mort             10 Aug 1975 M Olivas       Los Angeles
James C Mort             17 Nov 1958 M Nunez        Santa Clara
James D Mort             17 Jun 1969 M Nunez        Santa Clara
James Douglas Mort       27 May 1947 M Wakeland     Ventura
James J Mort             21 Jul 1922 M Kring        Los Angeles
James William Mort        3 Feb 1978 M Haller       Orange
Janet M Mort             19 Jul 1966 F Sayers       Los Angeles
Janet Marie Mort         14 Nov 1938 F Maniscalco   San Francisco
Jason William Mort       31 Dec 1978 M Schmitz      Santa Clara
Jeanne A Mort            13 Sep 1963 F Wood         Shasta
Jeffery W Mort           14 Mar 1969 M Davies       Humboldt
Jeffrey Wayne Mort        8 Jun 1954 M Power        Alameda
Jennifer Lynn Mort        4 Feb 1994 F Morrow       San Luis Obispo
Johanna Christine Mort   13 Sep 1992 F Sullivan     Santa Clara
John Allen Mort           7 May 1940 M Maniscalco   San Francisco
John Carl Mort           20 Nov 1950 M Wanner       Los Angeles
John Charles Mort        17 Sep 1979 M Moore        Los Angeles
John Craig Mort           7 Aug 1949 M Brooks       Sacramento
John Kent Mort           27 Aug 1947 M Hatfield     Shasta
Johnny Doyle Mort        27 Aug 1937 M Tallon       Tulare
Johnny L Mort            19 Mar 1958 M Siecgris     Inyo
Joshua Douglas Mort       1 Jun 1981 M Kennedy      Siskiyou
Joshua Todd Mort          6 Dec 1989 M Vanderiet    Orange
Josiah Eugene Mort       31 Jul 1995 M Morrow       San Luis Obispo
Judith May Mort          25 Apr 1941 F Williams     Siskiyou
Judy Ann Mort             9 Aug 1942 F Mulhern      Solano
Julie M Mort             28 Jul 1968 F Osgood       Los Angeles
Kathleen A Mort          10 Sep 1962 F Nunez        Santa Clara
Kathleen Ann Mort        28 Apr 1955 F Wanner       San Bernardino
Kelly Ann Mort            6 Dec 1989 F Lafountain   Los Angeles
Kelly Mitchell Mort       4 Dec 1980 M Shaddix      Orange
Kelsey Patricia Mort     19 Jul 1984 F Martz        Sacramento
Kenneth E Mort           18 Sep 1963 M Osgood       Los Angeles
Kenneth L Mort            8 Mar 1974 M Wood         Siskiyou
Kenneth Lee Mort         20 Oct 1930 M Petter       Los Angeles
Kenneth Milton Mort       5 Dec 1955 M Jacoby       Inyo
Kenneth Willis Mort      26 Jul 1934 M Hinrichs     San Diego
Kevin Earl Mort          10 Mar 1988 M Lafountain   Los Angeles
Kira Elizabeth Mort      24 Feb 1993 F Esquivel     San Francisco
Larry A Mort             12 May 1956 M Zeigler      San Diego
Larry R Mort             19 Jun 1956 M Hatfield     Shasta
Lee A Mort               24 Jun 1960 F Mort         San Francisco
Leigh A Mort             18 Apr 1962 F Maribo       San Francisco
Leland Dale Mort         10 Jun 1942 M Pease        Contra Costa
Lila V Mort              18 Jun 1914 F Seiler       Yolo
Linda Ann Mort            4 Jan 1943 F Drummond     Los Angeles
Lisa Anne Mort            2 Feb 1979 F Clifton      Shasta
Lisa D Mort               6 Mar 1969 F Knolmar      Los Angeles
Lisa R Mort              29 Sep 1976 F Burkett      Kern
Lorraine Lucille Mort    28 Aug 1949 F Hatfield     Shasta
Louise A Mort            18 Oct 1963 F Cameron      Santa Clara
Louise Mike Mort          7 Jun 1955 M Garcia       Sacramento
Lowell Leroy Mort        17 Jun 1936 M Hatfield     Siskiyou
Lynn G Mort               6 Feb 1969 F Smith        Inyo
Madeline Elaine Mort     20 May 1941 F Cochran      San Joaquin
Marie Pearl Mort         27 Jun 1983 F Caudill      Stanislaus
Marissa Raquel Mort       7 Oct 1992 F Olivas       Los Angeles
Marjorie Michelle Mort    2 Mar 1978 F Herbert      Santa Clara
Marshall Carlton Mort    29 May 1983 M Steele       Santa Clara
Mary A Mort              11 Feb 1967 F Leach        Shasta
Mary Ann Mort             9 Jan 1942 F Martinez     Imperial
Mary Ann Mort            27 Nov 1995 F Conant       Sacramento
Mary E Mort               1 Mar 1972 F Eckler       Los Angeles
Mary Helen Mort          14 Aug 1938 F Hotek        San Diego
Mary Jeanette Mort        3 Nov 1936 F Hinrich      Kern
Maryellen Mort            7 Jun 1952 F Webb         San Francisco
Matthew Steele Mort      14 Dec 1992 M Steele       Santa Clara
Megan Raeanne Mort        6 Oct 1983 F Shaddix      Orange
Melinda Dawn Mort        27 Sep 1988 F Villman      Contra Costa
Melissa Ann Mort         27 Feb 1954 F Tompkins     San Diego
Melissa Marie Mort       14 Mar 1981 F Haller       Orange
Michael L Mort           30 Jun 1958 M Michael      Los Angeles
Michael W Mort            4 May 1975 M Breton       Alameda
Michelle L Mort           8 Aug 1970 F Hodges       Santa Clara
Milton Orville Mort      12 Mar 1932 M Tallon       Contra Costa
Mindy Marie Mort          6 Feb 1980 F McCormick    El Dorado
Monte Menlo Mort         11 Dec 1944 M Williams     Siskiyou
Nadine Gail Mort         20 Jul 1950 F Jones        Siskiyou
Nancy Ann Mort           17 Dec 1937 F Williams     Siskiyou
Nancy M Mort             29 Oct 1963 F Nunez        Santa Clara
Nathanael Lee Mort       23 May 1992 M Morrow       San Luis Obispo
Nickolus Ricky Mort      17 Jan 1995 M Pennock      San Luis Obispo
Owen David Mort          17 Nov 1927 M Cate         Riverside
Pamela Ann Mort          16 Aug 1949 F Neyhart      San Francisco
Randall Glenn Mort       13 Oct 1978 M Mort         San Joaquin
Renee D Mort             28 Jan 1977 F Clifton      Shasta
Renee J Mort             15 Dec 1964 F Henley       Alameda
Richard E Mort           31 Aug 1975 M Fielden      Santa Clara
Richard Edwin Mort       12 Sep 1940 M Goin         Los Angeles
Richard L Mort            3 Dec 1970 M Zips         Solano
Ricky A Mort              5 Oct 1958 M Zeigler      San Diego
Ricky D Mort             17 Oct 1966 M Steffens     Siskiyou
Rita M Mort              18 Jan 1972 F Davies       Humboldt
Robby Harold Mort        30 Jul 1979 M Dooley       San Joaquin
Robert Gordon Mort       14 Oct 1981 M Burkett      Los Angeles
Robert James Mort        11 Apr 1947 M Norton       San Mateo
Robert Joseph Mort        8 Jun 1937 M Maniscalco   San Francisco
Robert Lawrence Mort     23 Sep 1955 M Dominguez    San Francisco
Robert O Mort            10 Aug 1958 M McGeough     San Diego
Robert William Mort       4 Sep 1991 M Cervantez    Orange
Robin E Mort             19 Nov 1957 F Petersen     Los Angeles
Rodney A Mort            28 Jul 1976 M Dooley       San Joaquin
Ronald C Mort             1 Jan 1956 M Jones        Siskiyou
Ronald Clifton Mort      29 Mar 1929 M Petter       Los Angeles
Ronald Earl Mort         31 Jul 1935 M Antonucci    Los Angeles
Ronald Patrick Mort      22 Mar 1946 M Goin         Los Angeles
Ruby Mort                11 Oct 1940 F Neditch      Los Angeles
Ryan Anthony Mort         5 Dec 1994 M Lecznar      Santa Clara
Ryan K Mort              15 Oct 1977 M Dooley       San Joaquin
Ryan P Mort              29 Apr 1975 M Moore        Los Angeles
Samuel Allen Mort        19 Dec 1989 M Morrow       San Luis Obispo
Sandra J Mort            31 Aug 1957 F Zeigler      San Diego
Sarah Louise Mort         3 Jun 1982 F Slycord      Ventura
Sarah MacKenzie Mort     16 May 1990 F Sullivan     Santa Clara
Sarah Marie Mort         22 Aug 1986 F Gribben      Inyo
Scott E Mort             24 Jun 1964 M Barnitz      Merced
Sharon B Mort            16 Dec 1962 F Whelen       Placer
Sharon E Mort             5 Mar 1959 F Petersen     Los Angeles
Sharon Lynn Mort         26 Sep 1941 F Champion     San Bernardino
Sharon Violet Mort       21 Nov 1955 F Siegrist     Inyo
Stephanie Michellelee Mort5 Jan 1991 F Todorovitich Santa Clara
Stephen Wayne Mort       25 Oct 1952 M Jacoby       Inyo
Steve P Mort             16 Nov 1959 M Garcia       Napa
Steven Mort              26 Sep 1962 M Sayers       Los Angeles
Steven Linwood Mort      26 Dec 1953 M Stai         San Francisco
Steven R Mort            15 Oct 1970 M Bello        Riverside
Sue Ellen Mort           23 Nov 1940 F Wood         San Mateo
Tammy S Mort             20 Dec 1966 F Rose         Shasta
Ted J Mort                7 Feb 1970 M Rose         Shasta
Teddy D Mort              6 Jan 1961 M Knolmar      Los Angeles
Teresa Mort              23 Jan 1967 F Garcia       Solano
Teresa M Mort            29 Dec 1964 F Rose         Shasta
Teri L Mort              30 Aug 1967 F Pearson      Shasta
Terrance A Mort          16 Jan 1971 M Morey        Placer
Timothy Dean Mort         4 Dec 1950 M Hatfield     Shasta
Timothy James Mort       28 Jul 1987 M Morrow       San Luis Obispo
Timothy L Mort           13 Jan 1962 M Desrosie     Sacramento
Timothy Paul Mort        12 Nov 1986 M Welchons     Santa Clara
Todd Rolland Mort         3 Jul 1982 M Hansell      Shasta
Tony L Mort              15 Sep 1962 M Rose         Shasta
Tyler S Mort             30 Dec 1956 M Kelis        Sacramento
Ursela Georgeanne Mort   23 Aug 1939 F Pease        Contra Costa
Virginia Mort            24 Jun 1907 F Bridges      Los Angeles
Walter Dale Mort          1 Jan 1978 M Caudill      Stanislaus
Wayne Lee Mort            8 Oct 1937 M Hall         Los Angeles
William Alfred Mort      13 Mar 1994 M Yeaman       San Diego
William D Mort            6 Mar 1959 M Fisher       Butte
William Russell Mort     25 Jan 1931  M Frishman    Los Angeles
William Russell Mort      4 Dec 1955 M Bash         San Bernardino
Winifred L Mort           4 May 1913 F Hameston     Los Angeles


California Marriage Index
1960-1985

               Born   Marriage                       born   California
Name           about  Date       Name                About  County
------------------------ ---------- -- ---------------------------
Anita L Mort    1960  21-Jul-79  Max G Bennett        1956  Siskiyou 
Anita L Mort    1960  31-Dec-83  Kenton D Rush        1957  Siskiyou 
Anna M Mort     1938  25-May-62  Robert P Gainsley    1926  Sacramento 
Barbara L Mort  1941  21-Nov-81  Richard A Chapek     1947  Sacramento 
Barbara L Mort  1942  28-Jul-62  Johnny L Cheatham    1941  Sacramento 
Beatriz F Mort  1963   7-Jul-84  Pasquale Miucci      1957  San Diego 
Bertha H Mort   1917  11-Aug-62  Fred E Rezac         1906  Sacramento 
Betty J Mort    1943  24-Dec-74  Raymond C Ernst      1939  San Bernardino
Bryan W Mort    1941  28-May-60  Doris C McGill       1943  Alameda 
Charles D Mort  1932   4-Jul-69  Hallie J Empey       1933  Imperial 
Charles D Mort  1953  25-Jan-75  Debra L Jacobsen     1955  San Diego 
Charles D Mort  1932   4-Jul-69  Hallie J McLean      1933  Imperial 
Charles M Mort  1938  21-Jun-69  Shirley L Dingley    1939  Los Angeles City
Charles M Mort  1938  21-Jun-69  Shirley L Kimmey     1939  Los Angeles City
Charles M Mort  1937  12-Dec-64  Karyl L Wuensch      1943  Riverside 
Constanc L Mort 1946   5-Nov-66  Howard L Mann        1942  Humboldt 
Cristina P Mort 1957  24-Feb-75  Michael J Stanley    1957  San Bernardino 
Cynthia A Mort  1954   4-Aug-73  Kraig M Konnerth     1951  Placer 
David B Mort    1939  26-Jul-64  Eileen R Lugli       1938  Los Angeles 
David B Mort    1939  24-Mar-64  Eileen R Lugli       1939  Imperial 
David B Mort    1939  26-Jul-64  Eileen R Mort        1938  Los Angeles 
David B Mort    1939  26-Jul-64  Eileen Sassler       1938  Los Angeles 
David B Mort    1939  24-Mar-64  Eileen R Sassler     1939  Imperial 
David T Mort    1947   8-Mar-70  Pamela Walter        1949  Los Angeles City
Deborah A Mort  1949  17-Jun-66  Peter J Mort         1948  San Bernardino 
Dennis A Mort   1940  10-Apr-60  Shirley E Knolmar    1942  Los Angeles 
Dennis F Mort   1950  10-Feb-78  Lyndia G Free        1950  Humboldt 
Dennis F Mort   1949  28-Jun-74  Connie C Lovsletten  1947  Humboldt 
Dennis F Mort   1949  29-Mar-74  Connie C Lovsletten  1947  Humboldt 
Dennis F Mort   1949  29-Mar-74  Connie C Taylor      1947  Humboldt 
Dennis F Mort   1949  28-Jun-74  Connie C Taylor      1947  Humboldt 
Dennis F Mort   1950  10-Feb-78  Lyndia G Wescott     1950  Humboldt 
Dennis L Mort   1945   9-Mar-67  Nancy E Pacey        1944  Shasta 
Dennis L Mort   1945   9-Mar-67  Nancy E Pearson      1944  Shasta 
Diane A Mort    1943  24-Aug-62  Brian E Taylor       1941  Butte 
Donald A Mort   1958  23-Jun-79  Robin A Barber       1959  Contra Costa 
Donald D Mort   1930  31-Aug-74  Molly J Ehler        1936  Santa Clara 
Donald D Mort   1930  31-Aug-74  Molly J Lancaster    1936  Santa Clara 
Donald E Mort   1940  11-May-62  Shirley E Parker     1941  Kern 
Dorothy L Mort  1966  13-Oct-84  Charles L Davis      1962  Lake 
Dorothy L Mort  1950   8-Jun-76  Donald P Yendes      1954  Humboldt 
Edith A Mort    1926  15-Sep-62  Harvey W Crutchfield 1917  Butte 
Edward E Mort   1938  25-Jul-60  Linda L Leach        1942  Shasta 
Eileen R Mort   1938  26-Jul-64  David B Mort         1939  Los Angeles 
Eileen R Mort   1939  14-Jun-69  Harry R Nash         1941  Los Angeles City
Elaine S Mort   1969   6-Feb-86  Micah J Herrington   1966  Siskiyou 
Faith V Mort    1936  15-Feb-63  Bryce R Young        1933  Riverside 
Floyd D Mort    1949  23-Nov-68  Dorothy L Davies     1949  Humboldt 
Gail E Mort     1944  28-Sep-80  Larry E Levine       1948  Monterey 
Gary C Mort     1956  10-Jan-73  Mariechr M Breton    1956  Alameda City 
Gary S Mort     1959   2-Aug-80  Rochelle A Dias      1960  Santa Clara 
Glenn K Mort    1962  19-Feb-83  Pamula S Gribben     1960  Mono 
Herbert L Mort  1940   4-Mar-61  Victoria E Wood      1944  Shasta 
James C Mort    1947  17-Feb-79  Jennifer L Wilson    1957  Orange 
Janice K Mort   1952  17-Aug-79  Michael E Perkins    1948  Yuba 
Jeffrey W Mort  1954   7   1977  Vivian I Villman     1959  Contra Costa 
John M Mort     1956  20-Aug-78  Georgia A Stowe      1945  San Diego 
John M Mort     1956  20-Aug-78  Georgia A Wolfe      1945  San Diego 
John T Mort     1950  12-Jun-81  Dorothy A Slycord    1949  Ventura 
John T Mort     1950  12-Jun-81  Dorothy A Steele     1949  Ventura 
John W Mort     1952  27-Oct-79  Marie A Martz        1954  Placer 
Johnny D Mort   1938  25-Aug-73  Angela S Parsley     1950  Inyo 
Katherin Mort   1936   8-Oct-69  Ralph E Jordan       1928  San Diego City 
Katherin Mort   1936  14-Nov-68  Ralph E Jordan       1928  Imperial 
Katherin Mort   1938  27-Apr-61  Robert M Stephens    1940  Los Angeles 
Kathleen A Mort 1955  21-Jun-75  Michael S Foster     1955  Orange 
Kenneth G Mort  1905  14-Apr-84  Ethel L Champion     1912  Los Angeles 
Kenneth G Mort  1905  14-Apr-84  Ethel L Miller       1912  Los Angeles 
Lan B Mort      1956  12-Oct-74  Patricia A Olivas    1957  Los Angeles 
Larry A Mort    1956  25-Aug-79  Laurie A McCormick   1958  El Dorado 
Linda D Mort    1950  20-Sep-69  Ramon Guzman         1948  Santa Clara 
Linda D Mort    1951  19-Feb-83  Clifford A Yee       1957  Santa Clara 
Linda D Mort    1940  14-Dec-63  Michael E Zahm       1938  Monterey 
Linda S Mort    1952  12-Sep-70  Eugene C Strong      1949  Placer 
Lois D Mort     1940  11-Jan-63  Daniel A Neri        1938  Orange 
Lori L Mort     1950  25-Jun-83  Dewight D Oilar      1947  Shasta 
Lorraine L Mort 1950  28-Aug-67  John E Fehsenfeld    1947  Shasta 
Lorraine L Mort 1950  21-Jul-79  John G Trittinger    1946  Shasta 
Louis M Mort    1956   5-May-80  Sheila A Pruitt      1955  Napa 
Lowell L Mort   1936  19-Aug-61  Sharon L Rose        1943  Shasta 
Madine G Mort   1950  25-Jul-70  Steven C Egeline     1948  Siskiyou 
Mamcybel Mort   1926  18-Aug-67  Loren W Burkhart     1919  San Luis Obispo
Margaret J Mort 1938   6-Dec-75  Norman L Anderson    1945  Ventura  
Marlene I Mort  1950  26-Apr-69  Joseph L Barrett     1947  Alameda City 
Marvel I Mort   1930  19-Jan-63  Thomas E Haralson    1931  Santa Clara 
Mary H Mort     1938  26-Nov-60  William J Weinbrecht 1935  San Diego 
Mary J Mort     1936   7-May-73  Michael J Colbert    1939  Placer 
Mary R Mort     1928   5-Mar-65  Richard E Smith      1933  San Diego 
Melissa A Mort  1954  18-Nov-81  Dennis M Murphy      1953  San Diego 
Milton M Mort   1944  24-Sep-66  Karen M Gyldenvand   1941  San Francisco City
Pamela A Mort   1950  23-Feb-70  Dannie G Bowling     1945  Alameda City 
Pamela A Mort   1950  25-Jan-75  Timothy J Guiney     1950  Monterey 
Pamela A Mort   1950  16-Jun-84  Antonio F Sahagun    1953  San Francisco 
Patricia A Mort 1950  19-Nov-69  Kenneth A Stettler   1948  Sonoma 
Peggy L Mort    1951   7-Jul-73  Raymond R Harris     1948  Sacramento 
Peter J Mort    1947  14-Aug-71  Connie K Hill        1952  Riverside 
Peter J Mort    1948  17-Jun-66  Deborah A Mort       1949  San Bernardino 
Peter J Mort    1948  17-Jun-66  Deborah A Schmidt    1949  San Bernardino 
Phyllis Mort    1902  10-Jul-64  Richard E Clem       1897  Orange 
Ralph L Mort    1946  26-Feb-75  Shirley L Martin     1945  San Diego 
Ralph L Mort    1946  26-Feb-75  Shirley L Searl      1945  San Diego
Richard E Mort  1941  10-Jul-76  Sharon L Walden      1947  Ventura 
Richard J Mort  1952  11-Oct-75  Kathy J Herbert      1953  Santa Clara 
Richard J Mort  1952   3-Sep-77  Debra A Muniz        1951  Santa Clara 
Richard J Mort  1954   3-Sep-77  Debra A Schmitz      1951  Santa Clara 
Richard J Mort  1952  11-Oct-75  Kathy J Shull        1953  Santa Clara 
Robbie L Mort   1958  19-Mar-83  Donald J Zellar      1948  San Bernardino
Robert J Mort   1918   5-Apr-80  Esther J Hart        1920  San Mateo 
Robert J Mort   1918   5-Apr-80  Esther J Sipes       1920  San Mateo 
Robert J Mort   1952  30-Aug-75  Holle D Steele       1955  Santa Clara 
Robert L Mort   1956  25-Aug-79  Neva D Lucken        1955  Santa Clara 
Robert M Mort   1957  18-Feb-78  Thresa L Shaddix     1958  Orange  
Rodney A Mort   1952   3-May-75  Teresa L Dooley      1954  San Joaquin 
Ronald C Mort   1956  21-Jun-75  Marina L Kennedy     1956  Siskiyou 
Sandra J Mort   1947  18-Aug-78  James W Winn         1941  San Diego 
Sandra M Mort   1947  28-Feb-70  Kerry A Buck         1950  Monterey 
Sandra M Mort   1947  13-Mar-82  Albert F Lyles       1950  Monterey 
Sandra M Mort   1954   9-Nov-78  Benton T Wong        1949  San Francisco 
Sharon E Mort   1959   9-Aug-80  Gerald E Oranje      1959  Contra Costa 
Sharon L Mort   1942  17-Jun-62  Wayne B Emerick      1938  Riverside 
Sheila K Mort   1961  24-Aug-85  Kirk A Williams      1964  Ventura 
Starr T Mort    1940  14-Dec-74  Bruce R Angell       1944  Santa Cruz 
Stephani A Mort 1960  29-May-82  Raymond E Douglas    1959  Merced 
Steven L Mort   1954  10-May-74  Julie J Mann         1956  Los Angeles 
Steven P Mort   1960  13-Sep-81  Crystal M Todorvitch 1960  San Bernardino
Susan A Mort    1961  10-Jul-82  Steven R Teskey      1956  Los Angeles 
Susan B Mort    1950  14-Feb-84  Bryan E Christian    1958  Los Angeles 
Theodore D Mort 1961  24-Mar-84  Karey J Morrow       1965  San Luis Obispo 
Thomas H Mort   1945  16-Sep-65  Ruth B Handcock      1943  Sutter 
Thomas H Mort   1945  16-Sep-65  Ruth B Sample        1943  Sutter 
Thomas P Mort   1941   6-Mar-61  Shirley A Shaffer    1943  San Diego 
Timothy D Mort  1951   8-Jun-74  Lillian D Clifton    1954  Shasta 
Trina T Mort    1943  29-Jun-61  Robert B Lucas       1941  Contra Costa 
Tyler S Mort    1957   6-Nov-82  Rebecca L Cook       1951  Placer 
Tyler S Mort    1957   6-Nov-82  Rebecca L Stacy      1951  Placer 
Virginia A Mort 1939  20-Aug-72  Thomas D Fretheim    1935  Orange 
Wilma C Mort    1926   4-Dec-76  Matthew C Russell    1933  Orange


California Divorce Index
1966-1984

                Divorce                       California
Name            Date       Name               County
--------------  ---------  ------------------  ---------------
Barbara L Mort     Jan-72  Johnnie L Cheatham Sacramento
Bob W Mort         Aug-76  Linda K Rook       Orange
Charles D Mort     Sep-68  Katherin Zeigler   San Diego City
Charles M Mort     Aug-66  Karyl L Wuensch    Riverside
Cheryl A Mort   14-Dec-78  James C            Los Angeles
David A Mort     6-Apr-82  Roseanne M         Contra Costa
David B Mort       Apr-74  Carol L Anderson   Alameda
Debra A Mort    11-Aug-83  Richard J          Santa Clara
Debra L Mort       May-75  Michael W Lester   Stanislaus
Dennis F Mort      Jun-76  Connie C Taylor    Humboldt
Dennis L Mort      May-73  Nancy E Pearson    Shasta
Donald J Mort    2-May-83  Suzanne M          Riverside
Floyd D Mort       Sep-73  Dorthy L Davies    Humboldt
Francis Mort       May-71  Margaret J Sayers  Los Angeles City
Francis Mort       Nov-74  Margaret J Sayers  Los Angeles
Glenna R Mort      Sep-67  Harold H Hanhy     Alameda City
Glenna R Mort      Dec-77  Harold H Hanhy     Alameda
Helen I Mort       Nov-76  William A Ewen     Los Angeles
Helen Mort         May-68  Gary F Simpson     San Bernardino
James C Mort    14-Dec-78  Cheryl A           Los Angeles
James R Mort       Jun-70  Jacqueli M Whalen  Placer
Janet M Mort       Dec-67  Anthony G George   San Joaquin
Janet Mort         Feb-73  Anthony G George   San Francisco City
Jeanne A Mort      Sep-71  Jack L Christian   Santa Clara
Joann M Mort       Apr-72  Michael E Ashton   Santa Clara
John D Mort        Sep-71  Joyce A Siecgrist  Inyo
John T Mort     16-Mar-81  Susan L            Ventura
Katherin Mort      Nov-76  Robert Stephens    Orange
Linwood Mort       Jun-73  Mabel L Stai       Los Angeles City
Lorraine L Mort    Sep-75  John E Fehsenfeld  Shasta
Marion G Mort      Feb-66  Calvin E Titus     San Francisco City
Meril V Mort       Aug-70  Adolph Gnirss      San Francisco City
Nancybel Mort      Jan-66  Lowell H Dunigan   San Luis Obispo
Neva D Mort     29-Oct-80  Robert L           Santa Clara
Pamela A Mort      Nov-73  Dannie G Bowling   San Mateo
Peter J Mort       Jan-71  Deborah A Schmidt  San Bernardino
Richard J Mort     May-76  Kathy J Herbert    Santa Clara
Richard J Mort  11-Aug-83  Debra A            Santa Clara
Richards J Mort    Aug-72  Pamela A Maiwald   Santa Clara
Robert L Mort   29-Oct-80  Neva D             Santa Clara
Robert W Mort      Jul-71  Virginia A Mort    Los Angeles City
Robert W Mort      May-74  Janet C Denton     Orange
Rollie L Mort      Mar-72  Gail D Patrick     San Bernardino
Roseanne M Mort  6-Apr-82  David A            Contra Costa
Sandra J Mort      Jun-77  Galo S Ortiz       Orange
Sandra M Mort      Nov-71  Kerry A Buck       Monterey
Sharon L Mort      Sep-77  Wayne B Emerick    Los Angeles
Susan L Mort    16-Mar-81  John T             Ventura
Suzanne M Mort   2-May-83  Donald J           Riverside
Timothy H Mort     Feb-77  Carrie L Smith     San Bernardino
Virginia A Mort    Jul-71  Robert W Mort      Los Angeles City
Warren D Mort      Sep-71  Rita C ONeill      Contra Costa
Warren Mort        Jun-70  Rita C ONeill      Humboldt


Memorial Card contributed
by Ken Mort RN=15115

IN MEMORY OF
Kenneth D. Mort, Sr.

DATE OF BIRTH
January 17, 1938

DATE OF DEATH
August 27, 2001

TIME AND PLACE OF SERVICE
Thursday, August 30, 2001

11:00 A.M. at Deaner Funeral Home, Hooversville

OFFICIATING
Rev. Romulus Rosolowski, OFM

PLACE OF INTERMENT
Somerset Memmorial Park

ARRANGEMENTS BY
Deaner Funeral Homes
Stoystown           Berlin
Hooversville




Memorial Card contributed
by Ken Mort RN=15115

IN MEMORY OF

WILLIAM D. MORT, SR.

Born
July 18, 1930

Died
November 22, 1984

Services Held at
Hoffman Funeral Home

Time of Service
2:00 p.m. Sun., Nov. 25, 1984

Clergyman
Rev. Alfred Evanoski, O.F.M. Conv.

Place of inerment
Somerset County Memorial Park

Arrangements by
HOFFMAN FUNERAL HOMES
227 Allegheny St.
Boswell, Pa.



Memorial Card contributed
by Ken Mort RN=15115

IN MEMORY OF

FRANCIS E. MORT
Born — May 21, 1914
Died — February 15, 1985


Twenty-Third Psalm

     THE Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures; He leadeth me be- side the still waters. He restoreth my soul; He leadeth me in the paths of rightenousness for His name's sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil; for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies'; thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life; and I will dwell in the house of the lord forever.


Harry H. Ondriezek II Funeral Home



The Tribune-Democrat Obituary
contributed by Ken Mort RN=15115

MORT - Kenneth D. Sr., 63, Jefferson, formerly of Boswell and Hooversville, died Aug. 27, 2001, at home. Born Jan. 17, 1938, in Hooversville, son of Harry and Rose (Weimer) Mort. Preceded in death by parents; brothers, Franics, William and Marlyn, and sisters, Rosetta Leach and Alma Powers. Survived by wife of 45 years. former Lois Miller, and children, Kenneth Jr., Little Rock, Ark.; Michael, married to former Anna Loventry, Johnstown; Randy, married to former Connie Martell, Fredericktown; Tina, married to Gary Stayrook. Hollsopple; and Daniel J., Jefferson. Also survived by 12 grandchildren and a brother, Dale, Dallas. He was a Marine Corps veteran of the Vietnam Conflict and served with the Pennsylvania National Guard. He retired from Pennsylvania Department of Corrections and was a former coal miner. Family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Deaner Funeral Home 976 Barn St., Hooversville, where service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, the Rev. Romulus Rosolowski, OFM, Conv. officiating. Interment, Somerest County Memorial Park



Somerset County Cemetery Records

LAST FIRST-NAME         BIRTH-DATE  DEATH-DATE  TOWNSHIP        CEMETERY-NAME
MORT Ann Mariah         .           18 Sep 1885 Elklick         Maple Glen Church Cem
MORT Annie              5 Aug 1894  16 Aug 1896 Brothers Valley Berlin I.O.O.F. Cem
MORT Cora               1901        1918        Brothers Valley Berlin I.O.O.F. Cem
MORT Elizabeth J. Jerry 1883        1918        Brothers Valley Berlin I.O.O.F. Cem
MORT Hiram W.           2 Nov 1910  1 Jan 1911  Somerset        Husband Cemetery
MORT Jacob E.           1902        1912        Elklick         Odd Fellows Cemetery
MORT Mary E.            1870        1906        Elklick         Odd Fellows Cemetery
MORT S.W.               21 Jul 1860 10 Jan 1873 Elklick         St Paul Ref Church Cem
MORT Vinnie S.          1904        1906        Elklick         Odd Fellows Cemetery


1870 Census Somerset County PA
LN HN FN LAST FIRST NAME AGE SEX RACE OCCUP.     PERS VAL BIRTHPLACE  
16 81 81 Mort Abraham    34   M   W   Day Laborer     150 Penna       X
17 81 81 Mort Anna M.    32   F   W   House Keeper        Penna
18 81 81 Mort Nancy      11   F   W                       Penna
19 81 81 Mort Susannah   10   F   W                       Penna
20 81 81 Mort Sarah E.   8    F   W                       Penna
21 81 81 Mort Andrew J.  5    M   W                       Penna
22 81 81 Mort Mary A.    3    F   W                       Penna
23 81 81 Mort William    3/12 M   W                       Penna March 


Index 1870 Census Somerset Co PA
296A 16  Mort Abraham     34  Penna   pg0290a.txt
296A 21  Mort Andrew J.    5  Penna   pg0290a.txt
296A 17  Mort Anna M.     32  Penna   pg0290a.txt
296A 22  Mort Mary A.      3  Penna   pg0290a.txt
296A 18  Mort Nancy       11  Penna   pg0290a.txt
298B 40  Mort Nancy       11  Penna   pg0298b.txt
296A 20  Mort Sarah E.     8  Penna   pg0290a.txt
296A 19  Mort Susannah    10  Penna   pg0290a.txt
296A 23  Mort William   3/12  Penna   pg0290a.txt

Husband Cemetery, Somerset Co., PA

 MORT  Hiram W.      2 Nov 1910     1 Jan 1911   s/o W. D. & A. M. Mort

St. Paul Reformed Cemetery, Somerset Co., PA
----------------------------------------------------------------------
LAST-NAME          FIRST-NAME             BIRTH-DATE        DEATH-DATE   
-----------------------------------------------------------------------
MORT               S.W.                   21 Jul 1860      10 Jan 1873 
    
    

IOOF Cemetery, Berlin, PA
LAST-NAME       FIRST-NAME          BIRTH-DATE    DEATH-DATE    
MORT            Elizabeth J. Jerry  1883          1918 
MORT            Cora                1901          1918  

Odd Fellos Cemetery, Somerset Co. PAt
LAST-NAME     FIRST-NAME            BIRTH-DATE    DEATH-DATE
MORT          Mary E.               1870          1906
MORT          Vinnie S.             1904          1906 
MORT          Jacob E.              1902          1912 






Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 1763–1900
MORT, CHARLES M      MOURNING, MARY E   02/04/1890 4/210     9481 HANCOCK
MORT, FRANKLIN       KITCHEN, ELIZABETH 
                          BILLMAN (MRS) 03/26/1882 D/54       701 JASPER
MORT, GEORGE W       ATHERTON, NORA     09/17/1890           7972 WHITESIDE
MORT, JOHN E         SEAL, BELLE R      11/30/1898            235 WINNEBAGO
MORT, JOSEPH B       BREWER, LETHA A    09/28/1876 4/111     5412 HANCOCK
MORT, THOMAS G       CROWELL, NANCY 
                              B (HAYS)  05/27/1887 J/0084         MC LEAN 
MORTS, CHARLES M     CLARK, EMILY       06/14/1900 L/16     14251 MC LEAN
MORTS, RICHARD       MILLER, ADELLA     10/12/1868 4/28      1072 CHAMPAIGN

CAMPBELL, JOHN       MORT, AGNES ISABEL 09/08/1865 4/19      1916 HANCOCK
NORRIS, HENRY        MORT, ALLICE       11/04/1869 B/17   1869278 HENRY
PIERCE, WILLIAM      MORT, CHRISTIAN    11/19/1868            541 MC DONOUGH
THARP, JONAS C       MORT, ELIZA        11/08/1866 A/0167 1866218 HENRY
MCGEE, CLAY          MORT, JENNIE       12/22/1886           2553 MC DONOUGH
ELFRITZ, CARLOC G    MORT, LUCY E       05/27/1895    73     1246 HANCOCK
HOSKINS, GEORGE      MORT, MABEL        09/19/1900 C/0064    2555 HANCOCK
WHITE, SAMUEL M      MORT, MARY F       02/25/1882           1258 MC DONOUGH
KERR, JAMES          MORT, SARAH MRS    10/02/1862 C/5        181 MORGAN
LAZAROWICZ, PIOTR    MORTZ, ANNA        11/08/1892         191302 COOK
TORMHALS, THEODORE T MORTZE, JOHANNA T  08/17/1886 8/288     2023 MADISON  

1 Nov 1850, Elk Lick Township Somerset County Pennsylvania
158 162 Samuel C. Lichty 50 M 2000 Pa 
        Susan Lichty     44 F      Pa
        Balinda Engle    16 F      Pa 
        Abram. Mott      16 M      Pa 
        
        [Lichty family records record Samuel C. Lichty married 
        Susan Livengood 1807-1854 and then remarried to Catherine Beachly.]
        There is no Abram. (Abraham) Mott in 1860 census.  
        There are no Mott in the 1840 1850 or 1860 Census of Somerset County.
        This is obviously Abraham Mort.

2 Nov 1850, Elk Likc Township Somerset County Pennsylvania
173 177 Abraham Mart     67 M Labourer   MD
        Christena Mart   20 F            PA
        Ann Mart          2 F            PA



1800 Census
Elk Lick Twp.
Somerset County
Pennsylvania
Free White MalesFree White Females

Head of Family
Under
10
10 thru
15
16 thru
25
26 thru
44
45 and
Over
Under
10
10 thru
15
16 thru
25
26 thru
44
45 and
Over
Most Joseph 32001 21010
Most Christian 21101 02310
Most Jacob 1 01 0 1 1 42 0 1

The 1800 Census of Somerset County was recopied into the Census Records in Alphabetical order.
There were no Most Families in the 1790 or 1820 census only in 1810.
Could thse have been Mort copied from one not very clearly handwriting being copied as Most?
The handwriting on the entry was very clearly and S but we do not know what the original writing looked like
as many Mort entries are index under Most by some indexers but clearly match know Mort Family Members
as the written lower case "r" and the lower case "s" resemble each other in some handwritten records.



1820 Census Elk Lick Township Somerset County Pennsylvania

113 Mort Peter 2 0 0 01 1 2 0 01 1 0 0 7 0 1 00



Somerset County Court of Quarter Sessions, Somerset, Pa., Docket A, p. 127-8.)

Minutes of the Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace held at Somerset for the 
County of Somerset the third Monday (7th day) of December 1799, before Alexander 
ADDISON, Esq. and his Associate Judges of the same Court. Josiah ESPY, Clerk 
attending. Present Alexander ADDISON, President, and James WELLS, Abraham CABLE, 
and Ebenezer GRIFFITH, Esq., Justices, etc.

Grand Jury, sworn and affirmed:
1. Daniel STOY Esq, foreman   10. Matthew (PHENIA?)
2. John LEECH Esq             11. John GIBLER
3. Isaac HUSBAND              12. Peter FOX
4. Thomas JOHNSTON            13. William (MORT?)
5. George MILLER              14. Michael MYERS
6. Daniel (BOWER?)            15. John BALDWIN
7. Thomas ROSE                16. William CAMPBELL
8. Jacob KIMMEL               17. John BRICKER
9. Isaac PENROD               18. John OLINGER

Constables appearing:
Somerset Town: R.
Turkeyfoot: R. Attended G.J.
Brothers Valley: R. Dismissed.
Milford: R. Attended.
Somerset Township: R. d.
Elk Lick: R. Dismissed.
Quemahoning: R. Dismissed.
Stoney Creek: R. Dismissed.

Tavern keepers recommended:
1. Henry MYERS
2. Levi COULSON
3. (David?) PENROD
4. Charles BOYLE
5. John MURPHY
6. Jacob HUFF
7. David KIMMELL
8. Jacob SNYDER
9. (Henry?) BRAND



Maryland Records,
Colonial, Revolutionary, County and Church
from Original sources
by Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh

1915

page 287 Official Poll of Presidential Election, 1796

Mathias Mort     (D-R)
Peter Mort         (D-R)





Selected documents from pension file.
John Mort
Sgt. Co. A 10th Va Regt

Appears on a list
of killed and wounded, in
Tallaferrc's Brigade, from the time
Gen. Lee took command at Gordonsbille,
until the Army left the Valley.
List dated Camp near Snickers Neck, Jan 16, 1863
Where:   Manassas
Remarks:   killed
_________________________

John Mort, Sargeant,
age 32, dark eyes, dark hair, dark complexion, 5 feet 11 inches,
born in Shenandoah County Virginia.
Occupation Painter.
Enlisted at Strasburg 18 April 1861
Enlisted by Capt. Stover for a period of 3 years.
Killed at Manassas August 29, 1862
__________________________

Camp Bunker Hill, Oct 18th 1862
Mrs. Mort
      Since writing you by Mr. McNickley, I have found out that the following is the proper way to get the pay still due your late husband. On the first page of this sheet is a form for an affidavit which you will make before some Justice of the Peace, also some other disinterested person. This with the descriptive list I will send him, you must send to Treasurers Department C.S.A. Richmond.
                  Yours respectfully
                        Jas. J. Crawford
__________________________

I hereby certify that Sargeant John Mort was enlisted on the 18th of April 1861 and served as a Sargeant in company"a" 10th Va. Vol. and is entitled to pay from the 1st day of May 1862 to the 29th day of August 1862 time of this death. Said Sargent John Mort is the the confederacy six dollars on account of clothing.
Pay from 1st May until 29th August 186267.44
Due for clothing25.    
92.44
Due the confederacy for clothing drawn   6.    
86.44
given with my hand this 13th of October 1862 James J. Crawford Capt. Co. "A" 10th VaVol. __________________________

State of virginia          }
Shenandoah County.  }   Before the Justice of the Peace personally appeared Barbara Mort, and made oath on the Holy Evangelist of Amightly God, that she is the widow of John Mort late Sargent in Capt J. J. Crawford's Company "A" 10th Regt of Virginia Troops, and she is therefore entitled to the arrears of pay that may be due him from the Confederate States, and also appeared at the same tim Amos M. Stickley witness and made oath as aforesaid, that he knowseth said widow, and the facts known by my her due time, and he is disinterested therein.
                        B. Mort                L.S.
                        Amos M. Stickley L.S.
Sworn to and subscribed before he this 10th day of October 1862.
                        Jno Gatewood, J. P.
__________________________

The Confederate States, To John Mort, deceased, late Sergeant of Captain Crawford's Co. A, 10th Reg't., Virginia Volunteers, dr to pay from May 1st 1862 to which day he was last paid, to August 29th 1862 the date of his death inclusive
3 months and 29 days at 17$ per month $ 67.43
commutation for six months clothing less 6$ stoppage $ 19.00
$ 86.43
Payable to Mrs. Barbara Mort, widow of said deceased Strasburg Va.
Treasury Depatment, Second Auditor's Office January 31st 1863, J. G. Blackwell, Clerk.
Comptroller's Office February 3, 1863. S. H Boykin, Clerk
__________________________

Confederate States of America
Treasury Department
Second Auditors Office.
January 31, 1863

I Certify that I have examined the claim of John Mort deceased and find that there is due and payable to Barbara Mort widow of said deceased the sum of Eighty Six dollars and forty three cents ( $86.43 ) being for the service of said John Mort deceased as Sergeant of Capt. Crawford's Co. "A" 10th Regt. Va. Vols. for pay from May 1st 1862 to which day he was last paid to August 29th, 1862, the date of his death inclusive, 3 months and 29 days @ 17$ per month, and 25$ commutation for clothing, less 6$ Stoppages.
W. H. J. Taylor, Auditor.

To Lewis Creeger, Esqr, Comproller Pr Albert Ellery, Chief Clark.
Comptroller's Office
February 3rd, 1863
Upon a revision of the above described claim, I admit and certify the balance reported to be due.
Lewis Creeger, Comptroller
For Mrs. Barbara Mort, widow of said deceased, Straburg, Va.

Staunton Va
Received of Major L. L. Lewis Jr. M. C.S.A. Nov 16th 1863 the sum of Eighty Six Dollars, forty three cents, in full of the above claim $86.43. to any Paymaster or Quartermaster, Confederate States, J. A. Downing, Atty. Appropriation Payee of officers & privates of the army volunteer & milita





New Castle News, New Castle, Pennsylvania
Date Date of of Marriage Death Name Spouse Page Announcement Announcement Mort Hilda E. 5 01-16-2002 Mort Douglas Charles Lori Lee Trimble 7 08-21-1987 Mort Dyke D. Jeanette Stafford 16 09-14-1983 Mort Izetta M. Foster William J. Mort 3 07-20-1987 Mort Sally Lou Hogue Richard C. Mort 3 02-27-1982 Mort William F. Joan L. Mort 3 04-27-1988 Mort Charles H. Ruth Patterson 6 08-01-1994 Mort Mrs. Ethel B. William M. Mort 5 07-28-1994 Mort Ruth Patterson Charles H. Mort A-5 6-29-2006 Mort Douglas Charles Suisan Vivian Hankins 10 09-16-1976 Mort Douglas Charles Mary Jean McKinley 11 04-21-1979 Mort Rebecca R. William L. Schaas 9 08-05-1972 Mort Rose Ellen David J. Mort 3 05-25-1973 Mort Eva 2 12-16-1957 Mort Richard C. Sally Lou Hogue 15 10-06-1955 Mort Wm. M. Ethel B. Weaver Mort 2 1-30-1956 Mort Douglas Charles Susan Vivian Hankins 10 09-16-1976 Mort Douglas Charles Mary Jean McKinley 11 04-21-1979 Mort Rebecca R. William L. Schaas 9 08-05-1972 Mort Rose Ellen David J. Mort 3 05-25-1973 Mary Davis 2 9-25-1935



Immigrants to New Sweden — 1654

The Eagle (Orn)
Sailed from Gothenburg on February 2, 1654
Captain Jan Jansson Bockhorn
Arrived at New Sweden May 22, 1654

      A great many colonists went over with the expedition. Twelve boys from the Bilding College of Stockholm were also sent. About a hundred families were left behind on account of lack of room on the vessel. The roll list has been lost, so it is not possible to know the exact number.

      The Gyllene Haj (Golden Shark) that was scheduled to leave with The Eagle (Orn) was badly damaged, so all the colonists had to squeeze into the Eagle. John Rising, Commander, reports the number of colonists swelled to 350 or more, upon the arrival of the Haj.

      According to Rising's journal, "On April 10, 130 persons were sick," many having died were thrown overboard. By April 16, 230 persons were sick, some being so affected with dysentery and fever, that they jumped into the sea. About 100 of the 350 passengers died from diseases and famin by the time it reached New Sweden.

Peter Mort, Proviant-screiber





Maple Hill Cemetery, Grand Marais, Cook Co., MN
MAPLE HILL CEMETERY, to Year 2000
by Pat Zankman

The first burial here was in 1899. Located just north of the "four corners" junction on Co. Rd. 12 (Gunflint Trail) 4 mi. north of Grand Marais. An early Swedish Protestant Church, on the National Register of Historic Places until it burned. It was rebuilt faithful to the original and is located at the cemetery. Information is available from the United Protestant Church in Grand Marais.

MORT Einar       OB1:26   y   17 Aug 1893 - 17 Jan 1985          Sweden 
MORT Lilly Ruth  OB1:26   y   01 Jan 1904 - 24 Nov 1988 Haglund  Minnesota





The Gettysburg Times
Published: Monday, June 16, 2008 4:23 AM EDT


Mr. and Mrs. Brian Mort

Crystal Gelles and Brian Mort were united in marriage April 26, 2008 at St. John’s Lutheran Church, Fairfield, with Pastor Christopher Frye performing the ceremony.
    The bride is the daughter of Bev Scott of Gettysburg and the late John Scott. She is a 1987 graduate of Gettysburg High School and currently attends Harrisburg Area Community College, Gettysburg Campus. The bride is employed by National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, Emmitsburg, Md.
    The groom is the son of Judy and Robert Manahan of Emmitsburg, Md. He is a 1987 graduate of Catoctin High School. The groom is employed by Miller Electric.
    The bride was given in marriage by John E. Scott, brother of the bride.
    Maid of honor was Robyn Burkett of Fairfield, friend of the bride.
    Bridesmaids were Deb Scott of Littlestown, sister of the bride; Judi Whitlow of Fairfield, friend of the bride; Nikki Gelles of Fairfield, daughter of the bride; and Megan Mort of Fairfield, daughter of the groom.
    Flower girls were Katie Gelles of Fairfield, daughter of the bride and Mikayla Shank of Littlestown, niece of the bride.
    Best man was Dave Mort of Fairfield, brother of the groom.
    Groomsmen were Bill Roberts and Brian Hahn of Fairfield, and friends of the groom; and Steven Mort and Josh Gelles of Fairfield, sons of the groom.
    Ringbearers were Darian Mort and Lucas Mort, both of Fairfield and nephews of the groom.
    Music was provided by Carol Garman. The vocalist was Eileen Winston.
    A reception was held at Fort Ritchie Lakeside Hall. Music was provided by DJ Denny White.
    The couple spent a honeymoon in Antigua.
    They reside in Fairfield.




Leona's owner claims ex-employees stole $1.3M
Chicago Business
By: Lorene Yue June 13, 2008

(Crain’s) — A co-owner of Leona’s restaurant chain has sued three of his former employees, claiming they bilked him out of more than $1.3 million through theft and fraud.
    Leon Toia, majority owner of Leona’s Pizzeria and Hop Haus, filed the suit Tuesday in Cook County Circuit Court against Deborah Mort, Louis Mort and Christopher Morris. All three are Chicago residents and former employees of Leona’s, according to the suit. Ms. Mort is the mother of Messrs. Mort and Morris, the suit said.
    None of the defendants was available for comment. Mr. Toia’s lawyer, Thomas Johnson, declined immediate comment on the suit.
    The suit claims that between December 2002 and March 2008, former restaurant managers Messrs. Mort and Morris stole cash from Leona’s and that Ms. Mort pilfered checkbooks from Mr. Toia’s car and home.
    Ms. Mort allegedly forged Mr. Toia’s name on checks to pay off credit card debt that she and her sons racked up on airline tickets, rental cars, meals and electronic equipment, according to the suit. Ms. Mort also allegedly used a forged check to pay the mortgage on an apartment building in Chicago, the suit said.
    “In forging plaintiff’s names to these checks and negotiating the checks to pay for items and services, the defendants falsely represented that they were plaintiff Leon Toia and that he authorized payment for these goods and services,” the suit said.
    Her sons apparently had full knowledge of their mother’s actions, according to the suit.
    “Defendants Louis Mort and Christopher Morris were fully aware that their mother had stolen the checks from plaintiff and was forging plaintiff’s name on the stolen checks in order to pay for items defendants Louis Mort and Christopher Morris purchased using the credit cards issued to them,” the suit said.
    In addition to recovering court costs, Mr. Toia wants triple the amount he claims was stolen, $3.9 million, in accordance with provisions of the civil Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations, or RICO, statute.
    He also wants a judge to force Ms. Mort to divest the equity interest in the apartment building covered by the mortgage that was paid using the stolen checks.




http://www.ilsos.gov/GenealogyMWeb/marrsrch.html - Illinois marriage 1763-1900
MORT, CHARLES M   MOURNING, MARY E                 1890-02-04   4/ 210     9481 HANCOCK   
MORT, FRANKLIN    KITCHEN, ELIZABETH BILLMAN (MRS) 1882-03-26 D  /54   701      JASPER    
MORT, GEORGE W    ATHERTON, NORA                   1890-09-17    /     00007972 WHITESIDE 
MORT, JOHN E      SEAL, BELLE R                    1898-11-30    /     235      WINNEBAGO 
MORT, JOSEPH B    BREWER, LETHA A                  1876-09-28   4/ 111     5412 HANCOCK   
MORT, THOMAS G    CROWELL, NANCY B (HAYS)          1887-05-27 00J/0084          MC LEAN   
CAMPBELL, JOHN    MORT, AGNES ISABEL               1865-09-08   4/  19     1916 HANCOCK   
NORRIS, HENRY     MORT, ALLICE                     1869-11-04 00B/0017 01869278 HENRY     
PIERCE, WILLIAM   MORT, CHRISTIAN                  1868-11-19    /     00003541 MC DONOUGH
THARP, JONAS C    MORT, ELIZA                      1866-11-08 00A/0167 01866218 HENRY     
MCGEE, CLAY       MORT, JENNIE                     1886-12-22    /     00002553 MC DONOUGH
ELFRITZ, CARLOC G MORT, LUCY E                     1895-05-27    /0073 00001246 HANCOCK   
HOSKINS, GEORGE   MORT, MABEL                      1900-09-19 00C/0064 00002555 HANCOCK   
WHITE, SAMUEL M   MORT, MARY F                     1882-02-25    /     00001258 MC DONOUGH
KERR, JAMES       MORT, SARAH MRS                  1862-10-02   C/   5      181 MORGAN  

58th Thomas William Mort
Family Reunion

Sunday June 28, 2009
Home of Mark & Mary Mort
Family Fun & Visits     11:00
Mort Pot Luck Dinner   12:30


2009 Mort Reunion will be held at
Home of Mark & Mary Mort
8579 East 250 South
Pierceton, Indiana
June 28, 2009

8579 East 250 South – From US-30 and Mill
Street (250 South) go east on CR 250S
to the 2nd house east of Mort's Dairy Farm.
From State Road 15, at the Railroad track turn
east, at US-30 name becomes 250S continue
to 2nd house east of Mort's Dairy Farm.

Rex & Sally Gradeless
Auburn, Indiana
2009 President & Secretary/Treasurer

Mark & Mary Mort
Pierceton, Indiana
2010 President & Secretary/Treasurer

2007 Mort Reunion Photos

2008 Mort Reunion Photos


Obituary
Pastor Barbara Winsley Stevens

Services: Vineyard Christian Fellowship of Grove City on Wednesday, July 16 at 7:00 PM

Visitation: Tuesday, July 15 from 6 to 8 PM in the Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home, Richwood and one hour prior to the service

    Pastor Barbara Winsley Stevens, 54, of Columbus died Saturday morning, July, 12, 2008 from an inoperable brain tumor. As a lover of Jesus, Barb faced death with a desire to glorify God in every aspect of her journey. When Barb learned of her diagnosis, Philippians 1:21 was the first scripture that came to her mind: “For to me to live is Christ and to die is gain.”
      Barb is survived by her husband Scott and her sons Joel (18) and Joshua (15). Also surviving are her parents, Bill and Rowena Winsley; siblings, Bill (Betsy) Winsley; Becky Winsley; Joy (Jim) Prentice; Kurt (Adrienne) Winsley; and in-laws Bill and Lina Stevens. She is also survived by several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and dear friends.
      After graduating from The Ohio State University with a BS-Ed in 1977, Barb worked as a teacher for the Zanesville City Schools at Grover Cleveland Junior High School from 1977 to 1983. She graduated from the Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary (now Palmer Seminary) in Philadelphia where she earned her Master of Divinity degree.
      She pastored the Inghams Mills and Stratford Baptist Churches near Little Falls, NY from 1986 to 1990; co-pastored with her husband the Tri-Church Parish in Readsboro, Whitingham and Wilmington, Vermont from 1990 to 1994; and pastored the First Baptist Church of Richwood, Ohio from 1995 to 2003.
      Following her pastoral ministry, she continued in ministry by serving as a dietary aide and unofficial chaplain at Mill Run Gardens and Care Center in Hilliard. She then worked in Dublin at The Sanctuary at Tuttle Crossing in the Activity Department until she could no longer work.
      She served on various boards and committees with the American Baptist Churches while she was pastoring, including the American Baptist Evangelicals of Ohio. She was also a blood donor before becoming and apheresis donor through the American Red Cross.
      The celebration of Barb’s life will be at the Vineyard Christian Fellowship of Grove City, 3005 Holt Road, Grove City, OH 43213 on Wednesday, July 16 at 7:00 PM. Calling hours will be Tuesday, July 15 from 6 to 8 PM in the Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home, Richwood and one hour prior to the service on Wednesday at the church.
      Memorial gifts may be made to Richwood First Baptist Church, 101 E. Ottawa St., Richwood, OH 43344 or the Vineyard Christian Fellowship of Grove City, 3005 Holt Road, Grove City, OH 43213 or a church of the donor’s choice.
      Condolences and remembrances may be expressed at www.stofcheck-ballingerfuneralhome.com.


Digested Summary of Private Claims
Volume 2. (1853-1882) 2007.

                       Congress                       No. or date  Nature of  Bill Senate 
Claiment Name  Nature  Session       Page How         of Report    the Report  No. Action remarks
-------------- ------- ---- ---------- -- ------------ ------------ ----------- --- ------ -------------
Mort, Benjamin Pension 20 2 House bill 55 Whole House Jan 15, 1829 With Amends 311 Passed Laid on table


Records of Colonial Gloucester County
Page 20;
Name        Description                                Co. Bk. Pg.     Date   Acres
COLLINS     On E side of Eastermost R. S upon Pud.      M   3  232     1653   350
George      ding Creek N on a creek that divides from                Nov 25 
            Robt. Langall W on river E one mile
            into the woods bring a neck of land.
            HR:  His own adventure twice, John Bron,
            Edward Uggins, Grif. Richards, Richard
            Mort, Thomas Rennels.                       M = Mathews County

Record of Service of Connecticut Men in the Army
and Navy of the United States During the
War of the Rebellion

11th Regiment Infantry
Name       Mort, Charles 
Residence  Salisbury
Enlistment Apr 30 '64
Muster     Apr. 30, '64
Remarks    Must. Priv. Pro Jul 27 '64.  Des. Nov 27. '64

The CBU Family
July 17, 2008
Prayer Requests
Bryan Mort, age 25, son of Julie Fresquez, director of Human Resources, recently sent an email greeting from Camp Bucca, Iraq, with several photos attached. Shown here, "in the truck going to chow," offered relief for mom Julie and loved ones who continue to pray for Bryan's safety as a senior airman in security forces for the U.S. Air Force. Bryan was deployed in early June and is expecting a six-month tour in-country.    

Photo of Bryan Mort



Warsaw Times Union Newspaper
July 22, 2008, page 6A:

1958 Photo 2008 Photo
Mr. & Mrs. Gary Faudree 1958   —   Mr. & Mrs. Gary Faudree 2008

Faudree 50th

    Gary and Phyllis Faudree, Warsaw, will mark their 50th wedding anniversary July 26, 2008. Gary Faudree and Phyllis Mort were married July 26, 1958, at West Manchester Brethren Church, North Manchester, with Lewis Deardorff officiating.
    Both are retired teachers who worked in the Warsaw Community School Corporation.
    The couple have two children, Lisa Renee (and spouse Mike) Wallen, and Brent Faudree. They have two grandchildren.
    The couple celebrated the anniversary with an Alaskan cruise and a family gathering.


Warsaw Times Union Newspaper
July 28, 2008
Remember When
75 Years Ago
July 28 1933

        The first women's bowling team of Warsaw was defeated by the Rochester women's team by a score of 1336 to 1160 at the bowling alley on South Buffalo Street. Warsaw young ladies participating were Maxine Smith, Bernice Sharp, Betty Zimmer, Mary Wallace and Jean Widaman.



http://www.ironmountaindailynews.com
June 7, 2008

Iron Mountain-Kingsford Community Schools has announced scholarship winners from the Adult & Alternative Education graduating class. The IM-K Community Schools $450 scholarships are made possible through the Community Dollars Program at Super One Foods and the ‘WE SHARE’ Program at Econo Foods. Scholarship winners are Stephannie Thompson and Bryan Mort. Thompson will be attending Bay de Noc College in the fall. Mort will be attending University of Northwestern Ohio this fall.


Iron Mountain Daily News
THREE KILLED IN BRIDGE SHOOTING
Suspect taken into custody this morning
Posted August 2, 2008

By LISA M. HOFFMANN, Staff Writer

IRON MOUNTAIN - Three people are dead after a middle-aged man dressed in camouflage shot at several Michigan residents swimming at the train bridge in East Kingsford late Thursday afternoon.
    The search for the suspect ended this morning.
    Kathy Frank, public information officer at the command center set up at the Niagara High School, said just before 9 a.m. the Marinette County Sheriff's Department, in conjunction with the numerous assisting law enforcement agencies, took a suspect into custody in the multiple shootings at the East Kingsford train bridge.
    "At this time the incident has shifted to a criminal investigation. We do not have specific details on the apprehension of the suspect," she said.
    Police radio said the suspect walked out about 100 yards east of the bridge. He was apprehended without incident.
    More details will be released at a news conference later today.
    Marinette County Dispatch Center received a call from Dickinson County Dispatch at 5:34 p.m. Thursday indicating shots were reported fired from the Wisconsin side of the East Kingsford train bridge in Breitung Township.
    At 5:47 p.m., Marinette County Dispatch received a call from a residence on Bennett Road stating a male in camouflage clothing jumped out of the woods shooting at four people. Two of them got away to the residence on Bennett Road.
    Further investigation revealed there was a group of nine young adults gathered by the East Kingsford train bridge, which is located on the Menominee River approximately three miles west of Niagara in Breitung Township.
    The Menominee River forms the border between Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula.
    Four of the individuals were shot, three fatally and one with minor injuries, police said.
    The victims have been identified as 17-year-old Tiffany Pohlson, 18-year-old Anthony D. Spigarelli and 19-year-old Bryan Mort.
    The injured person is 20-year-old Daniel Louis Gordon. All of them are from Michigan.
    Families of those killed or witnesses at the scene of the incident are not commenting publicly at this time.
    All law enforcement personnel involved extend their most sincere condolences to those who have lost a loved one. Any motive for these shootings in unclear, police said.
    Police radio scanner reported the suspect had a .30 caliber semi automatic rifle.
    During the search, a plane with infrared capabilities from Wisconsin State Patrol searched the area for heat sources generated by body temperature. Law enforcement personnel went door to door and evacuated residences within at least one square mile of the Kingsford train bridge following the shooting. A shelter was set up in the town of Aurora, Wis. at Hillcrest School. The American Red Cross from Iron Mountain is staffing the shelter and the command center in Niagara.
    Roadblocks were in place at U.S. 141 and County Highway N in Niagara, west into the town of Aurora and County O from the Country Bar north to County Highway N. All residences on Antonissen and Bennett Roads were evacuated, and portions of Timothy and Carpenter Roads in the township of Niagara. Many of those roadblocks have since been taken down.
    All of the surrounding agencies are involved. Those include Dickinson County Sheriff's Department, Michigan State Police, Wisconsin State Patrol, Florence County Sheriff's Department, Marinette County Sheriff's Department, Niagara City Police, Kingsford Public Safety, Iron Mountain Police Department, volunteer fire and rescue squads and agencies from Wausau and Eau Claire.
    Police reported the suspect is a white male, possibly gray or blond hair, between 30 and 50 years of age, approximately 5-feet 10-inches or shorter, in camouflage clothing and carrying an assault rifle.
    No additional information regarding the suspect can be provided at this time.
    Marinette County is currently arranging crisis counseling for individuals affected by this tragedy. Anybody in need of crisis counseling, go to the Niagara Branch of the Marinette County Health and Human Services Department later this morning.  Lisa M. Hoffmann's e-mail address is LHoffmann@ironmountaindailynews.com.


Iron Mountain Daily News
Suspect in custody
Train bridge shooting investigation continues


By LISA M. HOFFMANN, Staff Writer
POSTED: August 2, 2008

NIAGARA, Wis. - A suspect in the shooting deaths of three Michigan residents at the East Kingsford train bridge has been arrested.
    The incident occurred at approximately 5:30 p.m. Thursday when a man dressed in camo opened fire from the Wisconsin side of the Menominee River.
    Marinette County Sheriff's Department Chief Deputy and Incident Commander Jerry Sauve said at 8:50 a.m. Friday, his office along with Wisconsin State Patrol, the Niagara Police Department and deputies from Lincoln County apprehended a suspect arrested in camo clothes with a military type assault rifle.
    The suspect was apprehended in the town of Niagara, near the railroad at Bennett Road and County Highway N.
    Scott J. Johnson, 38, of Breitung Township, is in custody of the Marinette Police Department and lodged in the Marinette County Jail.
    Sauve said the suspect was located when law enforcement agencies saw this person dressed in camo exit a wooded area near County N and Bennett Road, near the railroad tracks, and throw his rifle to the ground. Sauve also said the suspect had nothing to say to authorities although he did comply with directives.
    At this time, police are not aware of any relationship or connection to the victims or a motive for the actions.
    "We've had tremendous cooperation with the sheriff's and police departments throughout the state," Sauve said.
    More than 100 law enforcement agencies throughout the state of Wisconsin assisted in the search for the suspect.
    Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen said in response for a request for assistance from the Marinette County Sheriff's Department, the Wisconsin Department of Justice Division of Criminal Investigation responded with 25 Special Agents and Supervisory Agents including a Tactical Response Team.
    "I want to personally thank the Division of Criminal Investigation agents and the State Crime Lab forensic scientists who responded to the requests for assistance. They went above and beyond the call of duty, and for that I am grateful, and continue to be very proud," Van Hollen said. "I would like to thank the law enforcement agencies from both Wisconsin and Michigan that responded to this tragic event."
    Sauve said it is not known how the suspect obtained the assault rifle, but it was noted he had previous military experience. Sauve did not say when or in which branch of service he served. He also said the suspect had a knife.
    At noon on Friday, the bodies of those killed at the scene were being recovered. The Marinette County Coroner was at the site of the incident mid-day on Friday.
    Four people were shot, three of them fatally.
    Killed were 17-year-old Tiffany Pohlson, 18-year-old Anthony D. Spigarelli and 19-year-old Bryan Mort.
    Injured was 20-year-old Daniel Louis Gordon. When contacted by The Daily News, he and his family said they did not wish to comment on the incident.
    All of victims are from Michigan.
    Pohlson was to be a senior at Norway-Vulcan Area Schools in the fall. Spigarelli and Mort are recent Kingsford High School graduates. Gordon also attended Kingsford High School, and was a 2008 GED recipient.
    Police said Mort was shot on the Michigan side and Pohlson and Spigarelli were shot on the Wisconsin side of the river. Gordon is also believed to have been shot while on the Michigan side.
    Early investigation indicated there were nine people at the train bridge. At this time, police have conflicting reports of how many people were at the site of the incident.
    "We would like the community to know we are quite confident we have who we were looking for," Sauve said. "There is one (suspect)."
    A lockdown to the area of the crime scene continued until Friday afternoon while the crime scene was investigated.
    Barricades at County N in Aurora and Niagara were taken down. Residents evacuated from their homes Thursday night and Friday morning were serviced by the American Red Cross. A shelter was set up at Hillcrest School in Aurora. That shelter was closed at 12:30 p.m. Friday, and residents were allowed access to their homes. It is not known how many homes were evacuated, but the evacuation was approximately one mile around the scene.
    Sauve said the incident was described to him as "a man in camo clothes who appeared from a wooded area and shots were fired."
    "Some escaped and some we don't know," he said.
    Law enforcement could not confirm how many shots were fired.
    Sauve said the young people who escaped have been interviewed and told not to talk with media while the investigation is ongoing. Numerous phone calls were placed to those who were believed to be at the site, but they said they are not commenting at this time.
    One teen avoided the tragedy when his boat had no fuel.
    Leonard Paquin, 17, of East Kingsford, said Thursday was the first day all summer he and his friends didn't go down to the train bridge.
    "We were going to go meet all those people who got shot down there," said Paquin. "At the last second, we realized there was no gas in the boat so we couldn't go. I'm actually glad now that we couldn't go."
    Overnight searches included air support from the Wisconsin State Patrol and numerous agencies assisting with more than 100.
    "They were watching and listening all night long," Sauve said.
    Marinette County District Attorney Brent DeBord said charges will depend on what the investigation shows.
    "I want to thank all law enforcement for getting out in this dangerous situation," DeBord said. "I appreciate patience of evacuation of the area. This is quite a tragedy for this area."
    Further news statements on the incident will be issued by the Marinette County District Attorney's office.
    Court records show a petition for a personal protection order was filed against Johnson by a Kingsford woman Friday. The woman claimed Scott J. Johnson recently sexually assaulted and raped her. They rode bicycles together and then Johnson raped her, the personal protection order said.
    Violet Weiser who lives near Johnson said he was a nice man.
    "All I know about Scott was he a wonderful young man. He went into the service and came back, maybe something happened then," said Weiser. "He did a lot of running. I liked him very, very much. He never caused trouble, never created a problem."
    She added something had to have happened to trigger something like this.
    "I feel very, very sorry for what happened. It is a terrible tragedy," Weiser said.
    U.S. Reps. Bart Stupak, D-Menominee, and Steve Kagen, D-Appleton, expressed their sympathy Friday for the families of the victims.
    Stupak and Kagen spoke with local and state law enforcement officials Friday and pledged their support to secure any federal resources that may be necessary.
    "Our sympathy goes out to the families of the victims of this senseless attack," said Stupak, who served 12 years with the Escanaba Police Department and Michigan State Police before being elected to Congress.
    "The men and women of the more than 10 law enforcement agencies involved are to be commended for their action in quickly apprehending a suspect in this tragic case," he said.
    Kagen expressed his deepest sympathies to the families of the victims of this "unspeakable tragedy."
    "Our local law enforcement does a tremendous job and I want to commend them on their swift action in protecting our community," Kagen said.
    Stupak, who spoke Friday with Dickinson and Marinette County sheriff's department personnel as well as the Michigan State Police, and Kagen, who spoke with the sheriffs' offices in Marinette and Florence Counties as the manhunt unfolded, pledged to deliver federal assistance if necessary.
    Crisis counseling for individuals affected by this tragedy is available.
    Marinette County residents can call the ADAPT Niagara Office of the Marinette County Health and Human Services at (715) 251-4555. Michigan residents can contact Northpointe Behavioral Healthcare Systems at 774-0522.
    Florence County residents can contact ADAPT in Niagara or call the Florence County Sheriff's Department at (715) 528-3346.
    Food and beverages were provided by the American Red Cross branches of Iron Mountain and Marinette and Menominee. The local Coca-Cola distributor donated cases of beverages and Subway donated sandwiches.
    Numerous municipal, county and state law enforcement agencies supported the search and apprehension operations.
    Four area fire departments assisted in perimeter control while Niagara Area Emergency Unit and Beacon Ambulance Service established a medical station at the command post.
    Marinette County Emergency Management provided public information support.   Lisa M. Hoffmann's e-mail address is LHoffmann@ironmountaindailynews.com.


Detriot Free Press
Suspect in ambush may be charged in Michigan and Wisconsin

By Gina Damron and John Wisely • Free Press Staff Writers
August 2, 2008

It’s unlikely that Scott Johnson – accused of killing three teens and wounding one man during a shooting rampage in northern Michigan Thursday – will be arraigned before early next week, law enforcement officials said Saturday, Police have said Johnson, of Iron Mountain, ambushed nine young adults -- all from Michigan -- as they swam in the Menominee River in northern Wisconsin near the Michigan border.
    Brent DeBord, district attorney for Wisconsin’s Marinette County, said this morning that Johnson wouldn’t be arraigned until sometime early next week, possibly Monday. He said his office is working with Michigan’s Dickenson County Prosecutor’s Office to hash out jurisdictional issues. Since the crime happened on the river, which divides the two states, DeBord said it’s possible Johnson could be charged in both states.
    But, DeBord said the shots were fired from the Wisconsin side of the river.
    Killed in the shooting rampage were Bryan Mort, 19, Tiffany Pohlson, 17 and Anthony Spigarelli, 18. A fourth man, 20-year-old Daniel Gordon, was wounded, but is expected to survive.
    Johnson is still in custody at the Marinette County Jail.
    Marinette County Chief Deputy Jerry Sauve said Friday that Johnson walked out of the woods in camouflage and opened fire on the swimmers with a military-style assault rifle. The East Kingsford railroad bridge is a popular gathering spot for kids who like to leap from the bridge into the water.
    DeBord said Johnson did have some military experience, though he wasn’t sure what branch he served in and when.
    Brian Messicotte, 37, who graduated with Johnson from Kingsford High School in 1989, said Johnson was the class clown and the guy known for throwing spit wads at the chalkboard.
    Standing outside of a Wal-Mart gas station in Iron Mountain this morning, Messicotte said that in high school Johnson was always getting into fights and liked guns and knives.
    “That kid had more detentions than you can count on your hands and feet,” he said.
    Mort and his girlfriend of four years, Jen Varnadore, 21, of Iron Mountain, had temporarily moved into a house together last week. They moved in Wednesday and started unpacking Thursday. Varnadore didn't go to the river to swim that Thursday.
    "The first day we move in," she said, "the next day he left and never came back."
    Varnadore said life will never be the same without her best friend.
    "My world just stopped," she said.
    Funeral services for the three victims will be held throughout next week.
    Visitation for Spigarelli will be 3-6:30 p.m. Monday at Jacobs Funeral Home. The funeral service will begin at 6:30 p.m.
    Pohlson's services will be held 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Norway, Mich.
    Visitation for Mort will be held 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Thursday at First Methodist Church in Iron Mountain. The funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. Mort will be interred at Cemetery Park in Iron Mountain.



http://www.ironmountaindailynews.com
Aug 4 2008

IRON MOUNTAIN - Bryan W. Mort, 19, of 901 Washington St. in Iron Mountain, died on Thursday, July 31, 2008, at Dickinson County Memorial Hospital. Visitation will be Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the First Methodist Church in Iron Mountain. Funeral services will be Thursday at 1 p.m. at the church. Rev. David Snyder will officiate. Burial will be in Cemetery Park in Iron Mountain. The family has entrusted the Erickson-Rochon & Nash Funeral Home with the funeral arrangements.


Teen Murders Jolt Wisconsin, Michigan Communities
Miwaukee Journal / WTMJ

IRON MOUNTAIN, MICHIGAN - Family members talk about the big plans three teenagers had for the future. Now, those relatives are planning funerals. Nineteen-year-old Bryan Mort, 18-year-old Anthony Spigarelli and 17-year-old Tiffany Pohlson were killed at a popular swimming spot along the river that divides Wisconsin from Michigan's Upper Peninsula. "He would give the clothes off his body just to help somebody out," said David Mort about his older brother Bryan. "He was just trying to enjoy the last couple weeks until he had to go to college." Near the secluded, usually peaceful stretch of the Menominee River under a railroad bridge, authorities say 38-year-old Scott Johnson jumped from bushes and fired several shots from a high-powered rifle. Johnson graduated high school in this area. He enlisted in the Army where he served for almost a decade. More recently, Johnson had been living with his mother Judy in nearby Kingsford, Michigan. "I don't know the why of anything," said Judy Johnson after her son's arrest. "I don't know anything. My heart goes out. I don't know why this happened." There's a bizarre connection to the murder scene. A 24-year-old woman told authorities Johnson sexually assaulted her in the same woods days before the shooting. She was not there when the three young adults were killed. Authorities said it wasn't clear whether the assault on Wednesday was related to the shooting, and Johnson has not been charged with sexual assault. "Bryan was only 19," said Donald Beery, Bryan Mort's brother-in-law. "He was supposed to have his whole life in front of him." Teenagers who frequent the swimming spot where this happened say they have seen Scott Johnson hanging around the area before, although he never said much. Johnson disappeared for nearly 16 hours after the shooting before emerging from a wooded area, throwing down his rifle and surrendering to police. The 38-year-old is expected to appear in court Monday or Tuesday, said Jerry Sauve, Marinette County chief sheriff's deputy. Bryan Mort spent a lot of time at his United Methodist church in Iron Mountain. He planned to start college at the University of Northwestern Ohio later this month. Friends contributed to a memorial on the front steps of the Mort family home. Tiffany Pohlson was to start her senior year at Kingsford High School this fall. Family members say Anthony Spigarelli was a talented snow boarder. He just graduated from Kingsford High School and had talked about becoming an engineer. Visitation for Spigarelli will be Tuesday, August 5, 2008 3:00-6:30 p.m. at Jacobs Funeral Home in Iron Mountain. The funeral service will be, Tuesday 6:30 p.m. at the funeral home. Autopsies were done Saturday in Green Bay on the bodies of Spigarelli and Pohlson. They died almost instantly, according to authorities. Mort survived long enough to undergo emergency medical treatment at Dickinson County Memorial Hospital in Iron Mountain. He died hours after the shooting. A fourth victim, 20-year-old Daniel Louis Gordon, was wounded. All were from Michigan.



The Mort family has a fund set up to help pay for their son's funeral expenses. Donations are accepted at First United Methodist Church 108 4TH St. Iron Mountain, Mi 49801 (906)774-3586 or Salvation Army 112 W Brown St. Iron Mountain, MI 49801 (906)774-3290



WZZM-13, Detriot:
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Mort was hanging out with a longtime buddy, Daniel (Bud) Gordon, who had recently returned from University of Northwest Ohio, where Mort planned to enroll in two weeks.
    Mort had dropped out of high school his junior year, but went back later while working to earn his diploma. He won a scholarship for his efforts. "He was going to be the first one in our family to go to college," said his sister, Sarah McDarment, 28.
    Before he left, she said he helped jump start his mother's minivan.
    "She told him 'Be careful. No jumping off that bridge.' "
    Mort's brother, David, 16, went with him and swam for a couple hours. He left at 5:10 p.m. About 35 minutes later, the shooting started.
    McDarment said a family friend, who is a Michigan State Trooper, was the first to reach Mort and resuscitated him on the river bank after he stopped breathing.
    He was rushed to Dickinson County Hospital where family members converged after the shooting.


From Erickson-Rochon & Nash Funeral Home

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IRON MOUNTAIN - Bryan W. Mort, 19, of 901 Washington St. in Iron Mountain, died on Thursday, July 31, 2008, at Dickinson County Memorial Hospital. Visitation will be Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the First Methodist Church in Iron Mountain. Funeral services will be Thursday at 1 p.m. at the church. Rev. David Snyder will officiate. Burial will be in Cemetery Park in Iron Mountain. The family has entrusted the Erickson-Rochon & Nash Funeral Home with the funeral arrangements.



Green Bay Press Gazette
Michigan man charged in shooting on state border

MARINETTE — Scott J. Johnson hid in the woods knowing police were coming after him. He had nothing to lose, plotting to kill as many of the officers as he could with a plan to lure them to him by first killing a group of local teenagers. The Kingsford, Mich. man gunned down three teens as they relaxed near the Menominee River on the Wisconsin-Michigan border, prosecutors said Wednesday. “His plan was to shoot anyone who showed up to help,” Marinette County district attorney Brent DeBord said. But Johnson, 38, apparently reconsidered his plan after shooting the youths, a criminal complaint stated. After an all-night manhunt for him, Johnson surrendered to authorities, even disabling his military-type rifle in a way that would be obvious to them, DeBord said. Johnson was charged Wednesday with three counts of first-degree intentional homicide. Each charge carries a maximum penalty of life in prison if convicted. The criminal complaint tells a chilling story of a disaffected man who had thought about committing a random shooting for four or five years. Johnson even stashed weapons in the woods at least a year ago in preparation, the complaint said. “He stated that the sole purpose of his hiding this equipment was for when a day like this came,” DeBord said. The spark that set off the shooting was a sexual assault that Johnson allegedly confessed to police. Johnson lured the 24-year-old woman near the bridge on the evening of July 30 and attacked her, later trying to talk her out of calling police. Johnson considered going home afterward but decided to wait there and kill any law enforcement officials who arrived to investigate, the complaint said. When none did, he spent the night in the woods and returned home the next morning. Johnson has not been charged with sexual assault but more charges could still be filed, DeBord said at a brief news conference where he declined to take questions. Johnson’s public defender, Len Kachinsky, said he plans to hold his first meeting with Johnson before a court hearing Thursday. Kachinsky said he could not comment on the case before then. “I think people should maintain an open mind and withhold judgment until the evidence is in,” he said. The complaint gives the following account: The day after the alleged sexual assault, his mother told him police were looking for him. Expecting to go to jail and fearing the label of sex offender, he decided “he had nothing to lose and the only power he had in this life was ’to take.“’ He returned to the bridge, where he counted eight teenagers. He recovered his hidden Armalite 7.62 mm military-type rifle and an ammunition box with .308 cartridges that he had stowed at least a year before. He found a hill on the Wisconsin side where he could shoot. He planned to wait until the youths were back on the Michigan side and shoot them as “bait” to lure law enforcers he could then also shoot. But he was startled when four of the teens began to climb toward him, instead of taking the path he expected. When the teens approached, he felt trapped and jumped up, firing about 17 shots. He saw people fall as he began to reload but decided not to fire again. Johnson spent the night in the woods and turned himself in the next morning as officials were undertaking an intensive manhunt. “Before exiting the woods, he disabled the firearm in a way so that law enforcement could see that the gun was disabled,” DeBord said. Two teens, Tiffany Pohlson, 17, and Anthony Spigarelli, 18, died instantly from single shots to the head.
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Bryan W. Mort
The third, Bryan Mort, 19, died of a shot to the torso. A 20-year-old man suffered superficial shrapnel wounds. All four were from Michigan. The location of the wounds suggested all four were fleeing, said Scott Celello, undersheriff for Dickinson County, Mich. Johnson’s mother, Judy Johnson, had said her son was honorably discharged from the Army in 1994 without serving overseas and has been unemployed. She described him as despondent since his wife took left him in 2001 and took their two children with her. She said she worried he might “do something stupid.” DeBord is handling the case because the shots were fired from the Wisconsin side. Michigan authorities are still investigating and could file additional charges, he said. Christopher Ninomiya, the Dickinson County district attorney, did not immediately return a message left Wednesday seeking comment.

Green Bay Press Gazette
Federal charge sought in river shooting case
IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. — A Michigan prosecutor said today he has asked federal authorities to charge a man accused of killing three teens on the Michigan-Wisconsin Scott J. Johnson, 38, of Kingsford, Mich., already has been charged with three counts of first-degree intentional homicide in Marinette County Circuit Court in Wisconsin. According to a criminal complaint, he went to the Menominee River on July 31 and opened fire on a group of swimmers, killing three and injuring one. Two victims’ bodies were found in Wisconsin, and one was found in Michigan. Dickinson County (Mich.) Prosecuting Attorney Chris Ninomiya said in a statement he has asked federal authorities to charge Johnson for the death of 19-year-old Bryan Mort, whose body was found on the Michigan riverbank. Federal prosecutors could seek the death penalty, which is not possible in Wisconsin or Michigan, Ninomiya said. Kaye Hooker, spokeswoman for the Western Michigan U.S. attorney’s office, said no decision has been made yet. “We’re continuing to have discussions with this to see what federal jurisdiction might exist,” she said. Dean Puschnig, law enforcement coordinator for the Eastern Wisconsin U.S. attorney’s office, said he couldn’t immediately comment on the case but his office would release a statement this afternoon.

KRDO TV-13 News
By: Johnray Strickland - j.strickland@krdo.com - August 10 2008

D.U.I. Crash Sends 18-Year-Old to Hospital

COLORADO SPRINGS - A D.U.I. wreck sent one 18-year-old to the hospital with serious injuries and another to jail Saturday night. It happened on 2100 block Colorado Avenue around 11:45 at night. A 2000 Ford Focus slammed into the back of a parked 1971 Ford pick-up that was unoccupied. The rear seat passenger of the Focus, 18-year-old Alicia Mort, was thrown forward during the crash causing serious injuries. Mort was transported to a local hospital where she is now in stable condition. Police say Mort was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash. The driver of the Focus, 18-year-old Alyssa Kevil, and the front seat passenger 18-year-old Hannah Weydert, had their seatbelts on and were unharmed in the crash. Police say the driver of the Focus, Alyssa Kevil, is being charged with Vehicular Assault, Driving under the Influence of Alcohol, and Careless Driving resulting in injury. Kevil was arrested and booked at the El Paso County Criminal Justice Center.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Brandon Joseph Mort arrived in Alabama yesterday evening weighing in at 7 lbs 12 oz.  Happy parents are Jessie and Bryan. Proud grandparents are Tristan and Janice Mort.  This is our 5th great and 4th great grandson.  All are well and pleased.  Joe & Marilyn Mort

WBAY TV-2 Green Bay
August 11 2008

Benefit Concert To Help Shooting Victims' Families

A major benefit concert in honor of four Michigan teens shot near a train bridge on the Wisconsin-Michigan border kicked off at 6 o'clock Sunday night. 17-year-old Tiffany Pohlson, 18-year-old Anthony Spigarelli, and 19-year-old Bryan Mort died July 31. 20-year-old Daniel Gordon was shot but survived. The man police say is responsible, 38-year-old Scott Johnson, is charged with three counts of intentional homicide and in jail on $3 million dollars bond. Sunday night, people in Iron Mountain and surrounding communities are pulling together to help the families of those victims. Three lives, one day, is the scene here in Iron Mountain where there is an outpouring of support from community members for the families of the shooting victims. Just to give you an idea of how big this benefit is, the local Home Depot shut their doors early and almost the entire parking lot was blocked off to make room for people. In one corner three murals are on display they were actually painted Sunday afternoon, one symbolizing the life of each victim. Also organizers of the benefit are still receiving donations of raffle items. We were blown away at the amount of things have given to the auction; Packers tickets, diamond earrings, watches, paintings, even a picture of Brett Favre. One organizer says it's the least they can do for the families; " The whole community, because they're so young, has a chance to come together now and say you know, I'm sorry and let's start the healing process," said one of the benefit's organizers Caroline Sullivan. "And maybe by singing together tonight and just randomly having a good time, that can happen." Five bands are set to perform and hundreds of auction items are ready for bidding.

Green Bay Press Gazette
August 11 2008

Benefit raises $73K for river shooting victims' families

IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. — A concert honoring victims of a shooting on the Wisconsin-Michigan border raised more than $73,800 for their families, an organizer said today. About 8,000 people attended Sunday’s free benefit concert honoring Tiffany Pohlson, 17, of Vulcan, and Anthony Spigarelli, 18, and Bryan Mort, 19, both of Iron Mountain, organizers said. The three were killed and a fourth man injured July 31, when a gunman opened fire at a popular swimming hole on the Menominee River. Scott J. Johnson, 38, of Kingsford, Mich., has been charged with three counts of first-degree intentional homicide in Marinette County, Wis., because the shots were fired from that side of the river. Donations were still being counted and accepted, but more than $73,884 had been received by this morning, event organizer Caroline Sullivan said. The money will be split between the three teens’ families. Bryan Mort’s younger brother, David Mort, said the concert was the greatest thing that could come from the shooting. “It’s really great to see this community really cares for everybody,” he said. “We thank everybody for what they’ve done.” The benefit started with the Men’s and Women’s VFW Auxiliary Post 3674 riding in on Harley-Davidson motorcycles and releasing pink balloons in honor of Pohlson and blue ones representing Mort and Spigarelli.   Organizer Daryle Ryan’s band, Bad Axe Rodeo, opened the concert with “Amazing Grace.” Rev. David Snyder, pastor for United Methodist Church and Mort’s family, said a prayer for the victims, their families and the community. He thanked the concertgoers for their support and the law enforcement agents who arrested Johnson after an all-night manhunt. A family boating on the river the day of the shooting was recognized for helping give Mort’s family a chance to spend time with him before he died. They received a red, white and blue afghan.   Many of the people who attended the concert knew the victims or their families. “I think it’s wonderful,” said Audrey Dallapiazza of nearby Spread Eagle, Wis. “I’m here because my granddaughter graduated with Anthony Spigarelli and Bryan Mort. I think it’s all very nice.”



1857 Passengar listof Ship Jacob A. Slamler

Ship Jacob A Slamler, April 6, 1857, Antwerp to New York
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I, James V. HINTZ, Master of the ship Jacob A Slamler do solemnly, sincerely
and truly swear tha the following List or Manifest, subscribed by me, and now
delivered by me to the Collector of the Customs of the Collection District of
New York, is a full and perfect list of all the passengers taken on board of
the said ship at Antwerp from which port said ship has now arrived; and that
on said list is truly designated the age, sex, and the occupation of each of
said passengers, the part of the vessel occupied by each during the passage,
the country to which each belongs, and also the country of which it is intended
by each to become a inhabitant; and that said List or Manifest truly sets forth
the number of said passengers who have died on said voyage, and the names and
ages of those who died.
Sworn to this April 6, 1857  So help me God James Hintz

List or Manifest of all the Passengers taken on board the Ship Jacob A Slamler, 
whereof Hintz is Master, from Antwerp burthen 1100 91/95 tons
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NAME                 AGE  SEX  OCCUPATION  COUNTRY  PART OF VESSEL
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034 Anna MORT       27   F                Germany    between decks

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1654
The Eagle (Orn)
Sailed from Gothenburg on February 2, 1654
Captain Jan Jansson Bockhorn
Arrived at New Sweden May 22, 1654


A great many colonists went over with the expedition. Twelve boys from the 
Bilding College of Stockholm were also sent. About a hundred families were left 
behind on account of lack of room on the vessel. The roll list has been lost, 
so it is not possible to know the exact number.

The Gyllene Haj (Golden Shark) that was scheduled to leave with The Eagle (Orn) 
was badly damaged, so all the colonists had to squeeze into the Eagle. 
John Rising, Commander, reports the number of colonists swelled to 350 or more, 
upon the arrival of the Haj.  According to Rising's journal, "On April 10, 130 
persons were sick," many having died were thrown overboard. By April 16, 230 
persons were sick, some being so affected with dysentery and fever, that they 
jumped into the sea. About 100 of the 350 passengers died from diseases and 
famin by the time it reached New Sweden.
Peter Mort, Proviant-screiber
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Passenger list of liner Normandie
May 27, 1936, New York - Southampton - Le Havre
Mort Paul R. (f) Mrs, (classe cabine)
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Ships Passenger List 
Arriving at Quebec Ports during the period 29 May 1907 to 13 October 1910

Surname, Given Age Country of Birth Date of Arrival  Name of Ship        Page#    Reel#
Mort, Fred      26 England          08 Jun 1910      Lake Champlain      021-014  T-4767
Mort, John      40 Wales            24 October 1909  Lake Manitoba       012-001  T-4764
Mort, Wm.       26 England          01 August 1907   Empress of Ireland  008-008  T-491
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Steamer Thuringia
Hamburg, Germany to New York
25 March 1872

    Name       Age Sex    Occupation Country 
267 Anna Mort   21 female unmarried  Germany

The Kankakee Daily Journal
Kankakee, Illinois
April 5, 2008
Cayden Mort -- Nappanee, Ind.

Cayden John Mort, 23-day-old son of Chris Mort and Heather Keller, of Nappanee, Ind., and grandson of area residents, died Thursday (April 3, 2008) at South Bend Memorial Hospital. Visitation will be from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. today at the Thompson-Lengacher & Yoder Funeral Homes, 950 N. Main St. in Nappanee, where funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday. Burial will be in South Union Cemetery in Nappanee. Cayden was born March 11, 2008, at South Bend Memorial Hospital. Surviving, in addition to his parents, are his grandparents, Laura Keller and Dave Maynard of Cedar Lake, Ind., Jim Keller of Momence, Curtis and Marjorie Mort of Nappanee, Michael and Ann Quigley of Manteno; and great-grandparents, Tom and Joyce Lee of Palm Harbor, Fla., and Donna Huer of Crown Point, Ind.

Elkhart Truth Newspaper
April 5, 2008
CAYDEN J. MORT
March 11, 2008 - April 3, 2008

NAPPANEE -- Cayden John Mort, 23 days old, infant son of Chris Mort and Heather Keller, of 1028 Meadows, died at 12:50 p.m. Thursday (April 3, 2008) in Memorial Hospital, South Bend, where he had been since his birth March 11, 2008. He is survived by his parents of Nappanee; grandparents Laura Keller and Dave Maynard of Cedar Lake, Jim Keller of Momence, Ill., Michael and Ann Quigley of Manteno, Ill., and Curtis and Marjorie Mort of Nappanee; and great-grandparents Tom and Joyce Lee of Palm Harbor, Fla., and Donna Huer of Crown Point. Friends may call from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday at Thompson-Lengacher & Yoder Funeral Home, 950 N. Main St., Nappanee. The funeral service will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the funeral home.


2004-2007 Mort Deaths
Social Security Death Index

Mort SSDI deaths before 2004

Name                        Birth        Death     Last residence (City, County, State)
Alice J. Mort            20 May 1927  29 Feb 2004   Pierceton, Kosciusko, Indiana
Arlene M. Mort            8 Nov 1920  24 Jun 2004   Allentown, Lehigh, Pennsylvania
Billy L. Mort            11 Mar 1943   2 Feb 2004   Heyburn, Minidoka, Idaho
Daniel D. Mort           22 Jul 1922  26 Sep 2004   Colcord, Delaware, Oklahoma
Donald W. Mort           19 Dec 1917  29 Sep 2004   Bradenton, Manatee, Florida
Donald L. Mort           17 Oct 1925  31 Oct 2004   Steinauer, Pawnee, Nebraska
Dorothy Mort             12 Aug 1924  14 Feb 2004   Waltham, Middlesex, Massachusetts
Edith H. Mort            11 Jan 1920   2 Jun 2004   Lewisburg, Union, Pennsylvania
Francis Mort             30 Jun 1938  23 Jun 2004   Alta Loma, San Bernardino, California
Gus Mort                  3 Oct 1934  14 Sep 2004   Lyndell, Chester, Pennsylvania
James R. Mort             2 Jul 1932   9 Jun 2004   Port Orchard, Kitsap, Washington
John M. Mort              3 Jun 1926  14 Feb 2004   Houston, Harris, Texas
Joseph Mort               4 Jan 1931   4 Sep 2004   Elkton, Cecil, Maryland
Joseph R. Mort           29 Oct 1916   7 Dec 2004   Lake Hamilton, Polk, Florida
Josephine M. Mort         9 Sep 1917  29 May 2004   La Verne, Los Angeles, California
Kaitlin K. Mort          31 Mar 1983  18 Jan 2004   Auburn Hills, Oakland, Michigan
Lillian E. Mort           4 Apr 1920  15 Mar 2004   Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio
Lowell L. Mort           13 Oct 1913  15 Sep 2004   Redding, Shasta, California
Nahim F. Mort            14 Dec 1913  19 Jun 2004   Grosse Pointe, Wayne, Michigan
Pearl Mort               21 Mar 1911   3 Sep 2004   Saint Clairsville, Belmont, Ohio
Robert C. Mort           19 Sep 1924  18 Feb 2004   Sun City West, Maricopa, Arizona
Rodger A. Mort           22 Nov 1942  29 Jan 2004   Bristol, Bucks, Pennsylvania
Ruth A. Mort             28 Jul 1926  18 Dec 2004   San Bruno, San Mateo, California
Rylan S. Mort            14 Dec 2003   9 Jul 2004
Tommie S. Mort           30 Aug 1926  19 May 2004   Syracuse, Onondaga, New York
Virginia D. Mort         21 Feb 1922  30 Nov 2004   Homosassa, Citrus, Florida
William D. Mort Jr.      24 May 1948  19 Apr 2004   Boswell, Somerset, Pennsylvania
William H. Mort          23 Jul 1945   1 Jul 2004   Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois
Wilma K. Mort            20 Nov 1925   9 Jan 2004   Houston, Harris, Texas

Name                        Birth        Death     Last residence (City, County, State)
Bernice C. Mort           6 Aug 1915  31 Jul 2005  Wasilla, Matanuska Susitna, Alaska
Beulah M. Mort            3 Feb 1912   2 Jul 2005  Waynesboro, Franklin, Pennsylvania
Bruce M. Mort            13 Apr 1933   2 Dec 2005  Granite City, Madison, Illinois
Carol R. Mort            26 Apr 1939  29 Sep 2005  Seward, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania
David L. Mort            13 Mar 1937  30 Aug 2005  Warsaw, Kosciusko, Indiana
Dorothy G. Mort          21 Nov 1911  11 Sep 2005  Jacksonville, Duval, Florida
Edward Mort              22 Apr 1933  24 Jan 2005  Central Islip, Suffolk, New York
Eleanor L. Mort          24 Jul 1926  25 Jan 2005  Hubbard, Trumbull, Ohio
Elsie R. Mort            27 Dec 1912  17 Jun 2005  Alamogordo, Otero, New Mexico
Eugene V. Mort            7 Apr 1919  13 Oct 2005  Aurora, Portage, Ohio
Fred Mort                22 Jun 1920   7 Oct 2005  West Mifflin, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
George W. Mort           20 Dec 1922  14 Oct 2005  Altoona, Blair, Pennsylvania
George R. Mort           22 Nov 1941   5 Nov 2005
Gloria R. Mort           11 Jun 1937   5 Apr 2005  Monroeville, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
Julianna Mort            13 Jun 1913   2 Oct 2005  Niagara Falls, Niagara, New York
Mary E. Mort              3 Jul 1912  22 Mar 2005  Orbisonia, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
Nancy L. Mort             6 Apr 1942  18 Nov 2005  Redding, Shasta, California
Peter I. Mort            15 Feb 1949   2 May 2005
Robert E. Mort           17 Mar 1921  12 Dec 2005  Hermitage, Mercer, Pennsylvania
Roger L. Mort            25 Apr 1938   9 Mar 2005  Bridgeport, Belmont, Ohio
Tammie M. Mort           10 Dec 1961  13 Aug 2005
Terry E. Mort            22 Aug 1943  18 May 2005
Willard C. Mort          29 Aug 1934  15 Jul 2005  Baltimore, Baltimore City, Maryland

Name                        Birth        Death     Last residence (City, County, State)
B. Mort                  14 Jun 1951  10 Dec 2006 
Barbara A. Mort          13 Mar 1944  15 Oct 2006  Wichita, Sedgwick, Kansas
Bette J. Mort            26 Nov 1948   1 Mar 2006  Tehachapi, Kern, California
Betty J. Mort            24 Sep 1924   8 Sep 2006  York, York, Pennsylvania
Betty J. Mort            19 Sep 1932  12 Aug 2006  Walkersville, Frederick, Maryland
Daniel M. Mort           13 May 1933  19 Feb 2006
Doris M. Mort            23 Aug 1926  28 Apr 2006  Benicia, Solano, California
Franklin E. Mort          8 Oct 1933  16 Sep 2006  Walkersville, Frederick, Maryland
Joel T. Mort             16 Feb 1970   5 Jan 2006
John C. Mort             20 Nov 1950   6 Jul 2006  Irvine, Orange, California
Mary L. Mort              1 Nov 1948  18 Feb 2006  Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio
Monica M. Mort           26 Aug 1969   2 Nov 2006  Apopka, Orange, Florida
Patricia A. Mort         15 Dec 1929  10 Oct 2006  Lebanon, Russell, Virginia
Rebecca L. Mort          24 Jan 1951  11 Aug 2006  Citrus Heights, Sacramento, California
Richard J. Mort          12 Dec 1951   9 Jul 2006
Robert Mort              28 May 1917   4 Feb 2006  South San Francisco, San Mateo, California
Rose A. Mort              9 Oct 1922  28 May 2006  Chapin, Lexington, South Carolina
Ruth P. Mort             28 Jun 1919  28 Jun 2006  New Castle, Lawrence, Pennsylvania
Velma C. Mort            10 Feb 1928  21 Sep 2006  Lewisburg, Preble, Ohio
Wayne L. Mort            19 Oct 1921  19 Sep 2006  Kimberly, Twin Falls, Idaho
William D. Mort          22 Aug 1931   1 Aug 2006  Seaford, Sussex, Delaware

Name                        Birth        Death     Last residence (City, County, State)
Amil F. Mort              6 Sep 1915  20 Mar 2007  Tucson, Pima, Arizona 
Antoinette Patricia Mort 16 Jan 1938   7 Nov 2007  Ukiah, Mendocino, California 
Arlene C. Mort           21 Mar 1918   5 Dec 2007  Port Orchard, Kitsap, Washington 
Ashley M. Mort            2 Oct 1983  20 Dec 2007    
Calvin W. Mort            1 Apr 1944  18 Nov 2007  Dayton, Montgomery, Ohio 
Clyde O. Mort            16 Jan 1937  26 Aug 2007  Jacksonville, Duval, Florida 
David R. Mort             7 Aug 1941  30 Oct 2007  Central Square, Oswego, New York 
Edith B. Mort             8 Mar 1921   7 Jul 2007  Lorain, Lorain, Ohio 
Edward E. Mort            4 Aug 1937  23 Mar 2007  Mount Shasta, Siskiyou, California 
Ellen L. Mort            13 Aug 1928  21 Jul 2007  Pendleton, Madison, Indiana 
Erle H. Mort             19 Dec 1922  21 Feb 2007  Glendive, Dawson, Montana 
Ethel L. Mort             2 Feb 1912  25 Aug 2007  Long Beach, Los Angeles, California 
Harold L. Mort           17 Aug 1924   7 Apr 2007  Littlestown, Adams, Pennsylvania 
Harold Jesse Mort        25 Aug 1919  26 Jan 2007  Fallon, Churchill, Nevada 
Irma L. Mort              3 Dec 1923   3 Apr 2007  Altoona, Blair, Pennsylvania 
Jacqueline Mort          14 Mar 1932   8 May 2007  Desert Hot Springs, Riverside, California 
Jane M. Mort             31 Oct 1935   6 Nov 2007  Coquille, Coos, Oregon 
K. J. Mort               27 Jun 1916  12 Jan 2007  Gallatin, Daviess, Missouri 
Linda P. Mort             4 Mar 1943  14 Jan 2007  Torrington, Goshen, Wyoming 
Louise A. Mort           10 Jun 1947  14 Mar 2007  Harrisburg, Dauphin, Pennsylvania 
Michelle T. Mort          1 Aug 1953  13 Nov 2007    
Patricia M. Mort         16 Apr 1934  19 Dec 2007  Camp Hill, Cumberland, Pennsylvania 
Sally A. Mort             4 Nov 1933  12 Nov 2007  Saint Louis, Saint Louis, Missouri 
Shirley Mort             30 Jun 1928  18 May 2007  Niagara Falls, Niagara, New York 
Theodore Mort             7 May 1939  20 Jun 2007  Lebanon, Russell, Virginia 
William H. Mort          12 Apr 1925   5 Oct 2007  Topeka, Shawnee, Kansas


Warsaw Times-Union Newspaper, Warsaw, Indiana
22 August 2008, Page 2:

Joseph Collin Mort

     Collin Joseph Mort, 54, Wabash, died Aug. 21, 2008, in his residence.
     He was born July 4, 954, in Wabash, to Joseph E. and Marilyn M. Martin Mort, who survive in Warsaw.
     A longtime Kosciusko County resident, he was a machinist for Dana Inc. for 30 years, retiring in 2004. He was a member of UAW Local 1405.
     Other Survivors include two brothers, Kevin (and spouse Cynda) Mort, St. Petersburg, Fla., and Tristan Mort (and Spouse Janice) Mort, Syracuse; two sisters, Jonie (and spouse Bob) Walter, Nappanee, and Janeen (and spouse Tony) Meinert, Claypool; five nephews; Christopher, Zachary, Andrew and Bryan Mort and Matthew Meinert; three nieces: Erin Mort, Lyn Kritikos and Heather Meinert; four great nephews and one great nice.
     No services or calling are planned.  Titus Funeral Home, Warsaw, is in charge of arrangements.

25 August 2008, Page 2:
Corrected Obituary:
Joseph Collin Mort

Collin Joseph Mort, 54, of Warsaw, died Aug. 21, 2008, in his residence.
     He was born July 4, 1954, in Wabash, to Joseph E. and Marilyn M. Martin Mort, who survive in Warsaw.
     A longtime Kosciusko County resident, he was a machinist for Dana Inc. for 30 years, retiring in 2004. He was a member of UAW Local 1405.
     Other Survivors include two brothers, Kevin (and spouse Cynda) Mort, St. Petersburg, Fla., and Tristan (and spouse Janice) Mort, Syracuse; two sisters, Joni (and spouse Bob) Walter, Nappanee, and Janeen (and spouse Tony) Meinert, Claypool; five nephews: Christopher, Zachary, Andrew and Bryan Mort and Matthew Meinert; three nieces: Erin Mort, Lyn Kritikos and Heather Meinert; four great-nephews and one great-niece.
     No services or calling are planned. Titus Funeral Home, Warsaw, is in charge of arrangements.


Mort, Lambert B.     Death    RDD    Oct 23, 1835 2-6


DailyGazette.com, Schenectady, NY
Monday, November 10, 2008
By Mike MacAdam (Contact), Gazette Reporter

Mort handily wins Stockade-athon battle


Photo of Photographer: Ana Zangroniz
Emory Mort of Ghent crosses the finish line as the
overall winner of the Stockade-athon.

SCHENECTADY — The outstanding duels that 2007 produced died before the runners reached Vale Cemetery this time. A year after just five seconds separated the men’s and women’s Gazette Stockade-athon winners from their respective runners-up, Emory Mort of Ghent and Kaitlin O’Sullivan of Syracuse each won by almost a minute on Sunday after dropping their closest rivals for good on the uphills after the halfway point.

A 25-year-old former Cornell University track and cross country captain, Mort was elbow-to-elbow with Willow Street Athletic Club teammate and 2007 champion Andy Allstadt through 5k as they passed Ellis Hospital on Nott Street. Mort created a gap as they headed up the State Street hill, and although 15k isn’t his best distance, he was able to build even more of a cushion after the course flattened out and finish in 47:52 to win the USATF East Region championship.

Mort earned $600 for first place and free travel to the USATF nationals at the Gate River Run on March 14 in Jacksonville, Fla. He ran a 47:34 there in 2007, his only other experience racing 15k.

“It was good. I felt pretty comfortable,” Mort said. “Fifteen-k is about the longest distance I’ll go, because I’m a 5k-and-down kind of guy, but I like running in these local races because I’m from Ghent. “I didn’t know the course at all, and I was thinking about those two hills, the one at 51/2 [miles] and the one at 7. I just felt a little better than Andy. I was still hurting on those hills. I just tried to get up them.”

On a cool, partly cloudy day, the Stockade-athon crushed the record for participation in the 33-year history of the race, drawing 1,368 entries, of which 1,257 finished, beating the total of 1.159 in 1984 that was almost equaled last year. Dueling all the way with 2006 winner Fred Joslyn last year, Allstadt ripped a 46:36 in 2007, but he’s been concentrating on mar­athon training this fall and has been hampered by a bad back that almost knocked him out of the Stockade-athon. As late as Saturday, Allstadt didn’t believe he would even run, especially after his back spasmed on Friday, but he made it to Central Park and said he didn’t feel any back pain during the race. When he got to the top of State Street, though, he knew he wasn’t going to catch Mort. Allstadt’s split times for miles six through nine were all slower than 5:20. “The last couple of miles was my marathon pace, basically,” the 25-year-old former UAlbany star said. “Once we got up the hill, I couldn’t go faster than that, really.” The two Willow Street runners didn’t take it out quickly, but still had a big gap on their teammates, Tim Scarpinato of Clifton Park and Chuck Terry of Albany, through 5k. Justin Bishop, 27, of Colonie, followed Scarpinato and Terry, and former Shenendehowa runner Rob Cloutier was next.

“I tried to be really conservative,” Mort said. “I’ve run a little faster than this before, but in that race [Gate River], I went out way fast and just died the whole time, so this race I wanted to go out a little more relaxed. That one, my splits were 15:16, 15:50, 16:20, and this one, it was 15:58, 15:55, 16-flat or something, so it was under control the whole time. I’m never going to set this race on fire, because I’m not a 15k guy or a marathoner.” Mort didn’t have to set the Stockade-athon on fire; a slow burn was sufficient to win. He looked comfortable making the final lap around Iroquois Lake after methodically rattling off the even 5k splits despite the fact that the second half of the course is much slower, with the State Street and Bradley Boulevard hills.

“This is a stretch for me,” he said. “But it was good. It says that I’m fit.” “He always runs well. He’s a real smart runner,” Allstadt said. “His usual race strategy is negative splits, and that worked out well for him on this course, although we didn’t end up going out that fast. Basically, he beat me up the hill. And right at the top of the hill, he pulled away even more, but he already had a pretty good gap. Considering the last couple of days, I’m just happy to finish. It was disappointing to be two minutes slower than last year.”

Mort grew up in Ghent, but went to Mercersburg Academy in Pennsylvania. He didn’t become a serious runner until he went to Cornell, where he was an accomplished steeplechaser and miler. After graduating, he went back to Mercersburg to teach math and chemistry for three years before returning to New York. He’s a volunteer assistant coach for cross country at Cornell and works for the Web site letsrun.com.

“This is one of the coolest races in the area,” he said. “It’s one of the most historic races, one of the biggest names, to have Bill Rodgers here, to have Jerry Lawson come in here and win this race, and Andy’s time last year was really fast, so this is a really cool race. That’s probably the main reason I ran it, is because it’s local and my friends are here and I like running races that I have a chance to win, because I run a lot where I just get killed.” . . ..


Contribution of Doug Mayer:
THE PIERCETON PRESS
Pierceton, Indiana
Thursday, October 9, 1952
page 8, column 2.
FIRST MORT REUNION
HELD ON SUNDAY

      The first Mort reunion was held Sunday at Columbus Grove, Ohio, with a pot luck dinner at the park. There were 34 present. After the dinner the group went to the James Winsley home in Columbus Grove because of the cold weather. Everyone enjoyed singing songs, playing games, or just visiting with one another.
      A business meeting was held with Gail (sic, Garl) Mort acting as president and Donna Gradeless as secretary. Officers chosen for the following year are Leo Mort, president; Lawrence Mort, vice president; Phyllis Mort, secretary; and Helen Mort, historian.
      Attending were Mr. and Mrs. William Mort, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mort, Raymond and Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mort, Phyllis and Rex, Mrs. Glen Mort, Jack, Kenneth and Donnie, Mr. and Mrs. Garl Mort and Darrell, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mort, all of Pierceton; Mr. and Mrs. John Winsley and Peggy, of Bucyrus, O.; Mr. and Mrs. James Winsley and Sally of Columbus Grove, O.; Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Gradeless and Donnie and Steven, Barbara Westafer of North Manchester, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mort of South Whitley, Judy Anders of Arcola, and Barbara Coats of Michigan.



DailyGazette.com, Schenectady, NY
Saturday, December 20, 2008
By Mike MacAdam (Contact), Gazette Reporter
Contributed by Larry Mort

Gallagher’s Stud has high-quality runners

Four legs, two legs, it doesn’t matter at Gallagher’s Stud in Ghent — they know how to breed runners.

The 500-acre breeding operation a few miles south of Kinderhook in the middle of Columbia County has had a pretty interesting 2008 with not only the thoroughbreds who have come on and off the farm, but also with a racer of the human species, Emory Mort, the son of farm manager Mallory Mort and his wife, Karen.

In November, Emory Mort won the Gazette Stockade-athon and the 10k portion of the Troy Turkey Trot, and is staying sharp this winter so he can compete in the U.S. Cross Country Championships in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 7 and the USATF 15k national championship on the roads in Jacksonville, Fla., on March 21. He qualified for free travel arrangements to that race by winning the Stockade-athon, the East Region championship.

Meanwhile, life on the farm has been a little more hectic than it’s supposed to be in December, since Gallagher’s Stud lost electricity last Friday in the ice storm, and didn’t get the power restored until Wednesday.

Mallory Mort has seen it all, though. He met his wife when they were students at Penn State, and has been working for Gallagher’s Stud since 1979, a year after grad­uating from the program that was then called animal production. He was promoted to farm manager in 2005, and oversees a staff of 10 full-time workers at the spread owned by Marlene Brody, the widow of Jerry Brody. They keep 18 mares of their own, and a few others for various clients.

Among the horses bred at Gallagher’s who have won this year are Icabad Crane, who joined the Triple Crown trail after winning the Federico Tesio in the spring, and Borrowing Base, who won a high-quality $100,000 allowance at Saratoga Race Course and survived a claim of foul to take the final running of The Ladies at Aqueduct last Sunday.

Also, Gallagher’s can chalk one up — for good, this time — for Rahy’s Appeal, 16 months after the fact. In March, New York state Supreme Court judge Vincent Reilly backed up the state Racing and Wagering Board’s ruling that overturned the outcome of the 2006 Top Flight Handicap at Aqueduct.

Rahy’s Appeal won the race by three lengths over Malibu Mint, but was disqualified by the track stewards because jockey Alan Garcia, on Rahy’s Appeal, accidentally hit Malibu Mint in the face with his whip as they flew by in the stretch.

The Racing and Wagering Board said Rahy’s Appeal shouldn’t have been disqualified, and Reilly turned down an appeal by Malibu Mint’s owners, giving the $60,000 winner’s share to Marlene Brody. Rahy’s Appeal, indeed.

Now, Mort and Gallagher’s Stud are looking forward to 2009. They’ll begin foaling in January; one of their yearlings, a son of Street Cry out of Soundtrack, was bought by Darley Stable for $400,000 at Keeneland September; and they bred a promising 2-year-old trained by Amanda Perret named Classic Vintage, out of Cellars Shiraz, who won two of three this year in England, and will be pointed toward the classic distances.

“We bought Cellars Shiraz three, four years ago,” Mort said. “She lost her first foal, who, unfortunately, had a respiratory problem in Kentucky and died, but she’s got a 2-year-old in England that they think quite a bit of, and we retained a 25 percent interest in him. He’s off for the winter in Europe and needs some more maturing, the idea being that he’ll be a classic horse.

Some of the other mares at Gallagher’s are Drina, who produced Spain, the D. Wayne Lukas-trained 55-1 bomb who won the 2000 Breeders’ Cup Distaff, before Gallagher’s owned Drina, and Hostess, who was purchased by Mrs. Brody for $650,000 at the November Keeneland Breeding Stock Sale. Trainer Jim Bond had Hostess ready to run against males in the Grade I Sword Dancer at Saratoga this summer, but pulled out when the turf course got soaked by rain. She went on to set a track record for the inner turf in winning the Grade III Glens Falls.

“We’ve got a couple interesting mares,” Mort said. “We’ve got the dam of Icabad Crane, and his third to Big Brown in the Preakness certainly was one of the highlights for us this year.” Icabad Crane also was eighth in the Belmont and finished second to Finger Lakes-based Tin Cup Chalice in the Albany at Saratoga, as Tin Cup Chalice became the first horse to sweep the Big Apple Triple, and earn the $250,000 bonus that goes with it.

Gallagher’s Stud draws its name from Gallagher’s Steakhouse, the former Prohibition-era speakeasy in the theater district in Manhattan that was purchased by the Brodys in 1964, and became a world-renowned New York landmark for its ability to draw the biggest celebrities.

One of the signature works of Daily Racing Form cover artist Pierre “Peb” Bellocq is a mural of the Gallagher’s Steakhouse dining room studded with caricatures of 73 famous faces, like John F. Kennedy, Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle and Marilyn Monroe, but also racing luminaries like Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons, Angel Cordero, Shug McGaughey and Joe Hirsch. Jerry and Marlene Brody are dancing together in the middle of the crowd.

Gallagher’s Stud opened in 1976, and has produced 85 percent runners and 72 percent winners from almost 340 foals. The farm has also maintained an Angus cattle operation on and off over the years until 1987, although it didn’t supply beef directly to the steakhouse.

“A lot of people think that,” Mort said with a chuckle. “But we sold breeding stock. The restaurant only uses certain cuts, so they procure that from various dealers.

“She and Mr. Brody have been wonderful. He died in 2001. She’s 77 and very involved, not necessarily in the day-to-day, but she partic­ularly likes the mating part.” The most accomplished horse off the farm is Allez Milord, a Group 1 winner who was the German champion 3-year-old in 1986.

The most accomplished human runner, by far, has been Emory Mort, a steeplechaser at Cornell University who is more comfortable at the 5k distance, but held up beautifully throughout the 15k Stockade-athon.

He’s an assistant cross country coach at Cornell, and sometimes finds himself falling into thoroughbred trainer mode when he challenges his runners.

“There are a lot of ‘horse factories’ out there with tons of money that just buy horses and train them until they break or win a championship,” he said in an e-mail. “Then, there are the good trainers who try to get the most out of every horse in a smarter way, with a more long-term approach. I try to be the good trainer. “I tell them that running is a lifestyle. A horse gets up, trains, eats its oats, takes a nap, eats some more oats, maybe trains a little more, and goes to sleep. The runners that can focus on running like a horse does are going to be good runners. I work with Ivy League guys, so they can overthink things. I tell them to think like a horse.”

“He tells them they have to eat their oats, and I think they look at him like he’s nuts,” Mallory Mort said. . . . . . .,


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