Birth: He was born in England by about 1592 based on his estimated date
Death: He died in Plymouth Colony probably in 1627.
Ship: Fortune, 1621
Life in England: Nothing is known of his life in England.
Life in Holland: He may be identical with the Thomas Morton who
witnessed the betrothal of George Morton and Julian Carpenter in Leiden in
Life in New England: Thomas Morton came to Plymouth Colony in November
1621. He received one acre in the land division of 1623, indicating that he came
to Plymouth alone.He may be related to the other Mortons in Plymouth Colony,
George Morton and Thomas Morton, who both immigrated in 1623. The two Thomas’s
might have been father and son and he may have been a brother of George
Morton.Thomas Morton’s name appeared in the division of cattle held in Plymouth
in May 1627 but was crossed out.
Family: Thomas Morton married _____ _____ by about 1617. She does not
appear in any New England record.
Children of Thomas and _____ Morton: