Evelyn Wheeler Morry

Evelyn Mary Wheeler

Evelyn at 18, photograph and tinting by E. Bishop

Portrait of Evelyn Wheeler Morry by Jusof Karsh


It is with regret that we, her children, must feel in part responsible for the fact that our mother, Evelyn Wheeler Morry, gave up a promising career as an artist because of a failure to be appreciated. The paintings below are all that remain of her body of work; many more were thoughtlessly or carelessly destroyed years ago. At least we will have these to appreciate and jealously guard as her lasting legacy.

Daddy Jack

Canadian Autumn

Dad Morry

Ferryland Light

Ferryland North Side


Gatineau Fall

Gatineau River Rapids


The Morry Premises from the Wee Hoose

Settler’s Cabin

Wreck of the TORHAMVAN

The Battery

Early Studies

The paintings below were completed by Mom during the early days of her training and were relegated to the basement because of her self-imposed high standards. They were only discovered on the occasion of her 90th birthday in November 2007 and will be restored and framed for the future enjoyment of her family.

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Rockland, ON, K4K 1H9

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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.

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