Logan County Colorado Pioneers

William Morrison, 9 North 50 West

It looks like that land was under the name of Paul H. Folk in 1917.

There was a Paul Folk born about 1880 in Texas, who was in Caddo Oklahoma in 1910, but not many people came from Oklahoma to settle in Logan County..

Another - possible because of the Morrison's canadian connection is Paul Folk dying 1973 at age 90, buried in Regina, Saskatchewan # 142480268.

"Heirs of William Morrison" proved up two quarters in 14, 9N 50W in 1920.

So he would have started his claim between 1915 and 1918, and died between 1915-1920, most likely.
There was a William Morrison in Sedgwick County, Colorado in 1910, 48, born in New York, a stockman, living alone, single.
But this one appears to be alive in the 1920 census of Sedgwick County.

Another William Morrison is in Morgan County in 1910, a hired man for John and Ida Fountain, born in French Canada.

If anyone has information on the William Morrison in 9N 50W, pleas let us know.

The William Morrison in 1910 Denver, born about 1873 in Soctland, is a tailor, dying in 191i, so he's not likely.


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