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Nathaniel Morton was born 1613 in Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands to George Morton (c1585-1624) and Juliana Carpenter (1584-1664) and died 28 June 1685 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States of unspecified causes. He married Lydia Cooper (1615-1673) 25 December 1635 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. He married Ann Pritchard (1621-1691) 29 April 1674 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Biography

Nathaniel Morton later became Secretary (Clerk) of the Plymouth General Court. He married Lydia Cooper, sister of John Cooper, husband of his aunt Priscilla (Carpenter) Wright Cooper.

1623 Voyage to America

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At age 10 He was a passenger on the English ship Little James, which sailed from London in April, 1623, bound for Plymouth Colony. The ship was one of two to arrive safely that year and would remain in local waters to help with fishing and other chores. The Little James had two young men in charge – Master John Bridges, master mariner, and a novice Captain, Emmanuel Altham, a Merchant Adventurer.




Children



Offspring of Nathaniel Morton and Lydia Cooper (1615-1673)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Remember Morton (1637-1707)
Mary Morton (1639-1666)
Lydia Morton (1641-)
Hannah Morton (1647-1675)
Nathaniel Morton (1648-1666)
Eleazer Morton (1649-1649)
Eleanor Morton (1650-1650)
Elizabeth Morton (1652-1673)
Joanna Morton (1654-1683)











Siblings

#g1: Offspring of George Morton (c1585-1624) and Juliana Carpenter (1584-1664)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Nathaniel Morton (1613-1685) 1613 Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands 28 June 1685 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States Lydia Cooper (1615-1673)
Ann Pritchard (1621-1691)
Patience Morton (1614-1691) 1614 Leiden, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands 16 August 1691 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States John Faunce (1600-1653)
John Morton (1616-1673)
Sarah Morton (1620-1694)
Ephraim Morton (1623-1693) October 1623 the ship Little James (Atlantic Ocean) 7 November 1693 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States Ann Cooper (1625-1691)



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