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John Morton may refer to: Contents. 1 Arts; 2 Politics; 3 Sports; 4 Other; 5 See also. Arts[edit]. John Morton (actor) (born 1947), American movie actor and ...

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John Morton (1725 – April 1, 1777) was a farmer, surveyor, and jurist from the Province of ... Early life[edit]. Morton was born in Prospect Park, in Chester County, Pennsylvania, now part of Delaware County in 1725, the exact month is unknown.

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Get info on John Morton, delegate to the Stamp Act and Continental Congresses, and signer of the Declaration of Independence, on Biography.com.

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The John Morton Biography is full of interesting facts about the timeline of his life.

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John Morton Biography. Born in Ridley, Pennsylvania, in 1725 to descendents of original Finnish immigrants to the Delaware Valley, John Morton led a life ...

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Jan 8, 2004 ... The biography of John Morton founding father and signer of the Declaration of Independence.

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Dec 11, 2011 ... John Morton was born in 1725 in Ridley Township, Pennsylvania and died April 1, 1777 at the age of 51 of tuberculosis. He was the son of ...

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John Morton, by unidentified artist, circa 1765. Born in 1725 in Ridley Township, in what was then Chester County, Morton learned the professions of surveying ...

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John Morton, (born c. 1420, Bere Regis or Milborne St. Andrew, Dorset, Eng.— died Oct. 12, 1500, Knole, Kent), archbishop of Canterbury and cardinal, one of ...