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Migrated to /Born in Canada

David (aka Dave) was born in the townland of Drumcrow, in the parish of Tickmacrevan, county Antrim.

His parents were David Morrow and Mary Jane Watt

He had 6 brothers and 3 sisters - Margaret (aka Maggie or Peggy), John (aka Jack), James (aka Jim), Daniel, Mary, William (aka Bill), Robert (Bob), Betty,  and Tommy. 

In May of 1910, the Morrows left their family farm behind and headed to Liverpool, England where they boarded the Lake Manitoba and sailed to Quebec City, Canada.  They arrived there on May 22, 1910 and then boarded a train for Winnipeg, Manitoba, where David had relatives.  They arrived there on May 26, 1910. 

Both Peggy (m. David Wilson) and Mary (m. John Leighton) moved to Vancouver, British Columbia after their marriages.  Bill eventually moved to Los Angeles, California USA with his wife Alberta May Sangster.  David and all of his other siblings lived out their lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.   

He served in World War I in the Canadian Expeditionary Forces, winning a Distinguished Conduct Medal.

Picture below: David and Bessie Morrow 1921

David and Bessie Morrow Wedding 1921



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Dave on leave WWI at family home Drumcrow.jpg (32.12 KB) 32.12 KB
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Morrow Thomson wedding Winnipeg Tribune 1921.jpg (826.51 KB) 826.51 KB
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Additional Information
Date of Birth 28th Nov 1892 VIEW SOURCE
Date of Death 31st Dec 1976 VIEW SOURCE
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