A. JOHN (NED) MORRIS BORN 1796 IN BATH COUNTY. D. 1882. Married on January 10, 1832 to MARY ANN CLARKSON. In 1833 they moved to Allen County, Ohio (now Auglaize County). He was the first Justice of the Peace of Clay Twp., Allen County and his eldest child, John, was the first white child born in that Twp. He raised a large family and descendants still live in the area.
B. ELIZABETH MORRIS MARRIED MR. LOCKHARDT. No further record.
C. BENJAMIN MORRIS; no record
D. WILLIAM (no record)
E. RICHARD (PROBABLY MARRIED ELIZABETH ?)
F. ANN MORRIS MARRIED MR MINTERN. Lived at one time near Urbana, Ohio.
G. JEAN MORRIS MARRIED EDWARD JACKSON IN 1806
H. NANCY married prior to 1824 to MR RICHARDSON.
I. MARGARET MORRIS WAS BORN April 5, 1802 in Bath County, Virginia. She died January 4, 1878 and is buried in Callahan Cemetery just outside of Forrest, Hardin County, Ohio. MARGARET married DAVID KEYSER in Bath County, Virginia on May 12, 1819. They had three (3) children. DAVID KEYSER was a son of WILLIAM AND KESIA KEYSER. The three children were JOHN FLEMING B. MAY 7, 1821 AND D. DECEMBER 20, 1900; ADELAIDE AND CATHERINE MORRIS. ADELAIDE married JOHN BRACKENY. CATHERINE married JAMES LUSK. MARGARET'S SECOND (2ND) HUSBAND WAS NELSON CLARKSON. They married in Allegheny County, Virginia on November 10, 1832. It is assumed they moved to Ohio with her brother John and his wife MARY ANN CLARKSON MORRIS the next year. MARGARET'S third (3rd) HUSBAND WAS LEMUEL LILES and they married in Auglaize County, Ohio on September 1, 1854. After his death MARGARET made her home with a granddaughter whom she had raised and who was also the granddaughter of her third husband. Her name was ELIZABETH BRACKNEY, and she married JOSEPH LILES, a grandson of her third husband. MARGARET'S descendants are counted in the hundreds now living in Ohio, Michigan and New York State for the most part.
3. JANE MCCLINTIC DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM I AND NANCY SHANKLIN MCCLINTIC. JANE marrid THOMAS MILHOLLEN. She died before 1801. According to her father's will, she had several children, but no record is left of any of them except one, THOMAS MILHOLLEN, who built the grist mill on Cedar Creek in 1796, of which traces remain today. He was listed among the Virginia Militia on Jackson's River in 1783, but he owned no property. About the only record left of the man is the several lawsuits in which he was involved. In April 1799, he had a lawsuit with one Mr. Gamble over a debt incurred in 1795 and another with Balsoc King in 1805. In 1806, the Commonwealth brought suit against him, just before he and his daughter Sarah and family left for Kentucky. His daughter married JEREMIAH SIMMS in 1800. No further record of this family.
4. NANCY MCCLINTIC DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM I AND NANCY SHANKLIN MCCLINTIC. NANCY married PATRICK MILHOLLEN a brother of the above THOMAS MILHOLLEN. That is all we have on NANCY.
5. ROBERT MCCLINTIC SON OF WILLIAM I AND NANCY SHANKLIN MCCLINTIC. ROBERT was born in 1760 and died July 21, 1845. He married JANE MANN (Sept 7,1776. D.Feb 1855). They lived in Bath County, Virginia until about 1800. ROBERT owned a farm along Jackson's River, 3 or 4 miles south of his father's home. It was here that most of his children were born. He sold his farm to the widow of his brother WILLIAM MCCLINTIC II (ALICE MANN MCCLINTIC) and moved over to Greenbrier County, West Virginia (now) and settled on Culverson's Creek, near Williamsburg. Here he grew up with the community and was known as "ROBIN" OR "ROBIN OF BATH". When he died, he left each of his nine (9) children, JANE, WILLIAM, ALEXANDER, MOSES, JOHN, ARCHIBALD, SARAH, ROBERT AND JOSEPH a farm of 160 acres.