Howard Leopold Morry
Beside the Holdsworth Border Stone, ca 1965


This site describes the family history of the Morry family of Newfoundland, from its earliest known roots in Devon, England, to the present dispersal around the world. Please browse the site and contribute your ideas, additional information or corrections to:

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You are visiting the website of the Morry family of Newfoundland, ex Devon

Our Purpose

We hope that this site will serve as a link and a gathering place for the scattered remnants of the Morry Family, whose ancestor, Matthew Morry, came from Stoke Gabriel via Dartmouth Devon, England, to Newfoundland to make a living in the fishing trade some time before Sept. 1784. At that time we know he was granted land for a fishing room in Caplin Bay (now Calvert) near Ferryland, a tiny fishing village on Newfoundland’s Southern Shore that we, his descendants, think of as our family seat.

All information on this website is © Christopher Morry 2003-2019

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