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Native American America/USA  Clement  Morton

  (b. April 1858Goingsnake Dist, Indian Territory, USA   d. 1915Long, Oklahoma, USA )  

Clement Morton was born April 1858 in Goingsnake Dist, Indian Territory, USA. Clement Morton was the child of Henry Morton and Rebecca Langley and the grandchild of: (maternal)  John F Langley and Sallie Parris

He married  Phoebe Ann Flanagan .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Phoebe Ann Flanagan  was born 10 December 1861 in Crawford, Arkansas, USA .  She died 1916 in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, USA .  She was the daughter of John Flanagan and Ruth Triplett.

Clement Morton died 1915 in Long, Oklahoma, USA.

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Clement Morton married America/USA Phoebe Ann Flanagan-- Place: 
Phoebe Ann Flanagan was the daughter of John Flanagan and Ruth Triplett

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America/USA Andy Maze Moton (b.13 June 1888, Long, Oklahoma, USA  d. 5 February 1970, Sallisaw, Sequoyah, Oklahoma, USA)

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April 1858
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Andy Maze Moton was born 13 June 1888, Long, Oklahoma, USA

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