David Morrow is shown on a land patent deed with headright Richard Whitehurst on 22 Nov 1651, indicating his immigration from Norfolk, England to Lower Norfolk Co, Virginia. ("Morrow and Related Families" by Dr. J.T. Morrow pg 17) (Virginia Land Patents Book 2, 1643-1651, Reel 2, p.350) On the deed, his name was spelled "David Murrowes". On the same date, David Murray (sic) was the headright himself of 300 acres for the transportation of 6 persons. This may indicate he already lived in Virginia before 1651 since headrights were only allowed by persons living in Virginia who paid for or sponsored immigration of others from England to Virginia. The difference in spelling was common; the wills of both David and his son David have multiple spellings within the same document.

The land he settled is located at the mouth of the James River in Chesapeake Bay on the Atlantic coast. Specifically, in the Linhaven parish on the Eastern Branch of the Elizabeth River at the head of Wilson's Creek. The city of Norfolk, VA now lies there.

He and Ann witnessed a will together in 1680. In Feb. 1690, Hannah Ivy, widow of George, is named in his probate as wife of David Morrow.

Daughters: Mary, Ann m. Jeremiah Beck.
(Credit to Bill Morrow, wrmrrw -at- aol)