Robert O. Morris
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Robert O. Morris (1846-1925) was a lifelong resident of Springfield, Massachusetts. After graduating from Wilbraham Academy (now Wilbraham & Monson Academy), he studied law in the offices of his father, George B. Morris, and was accepted to the Hampden County bar in 1873. In 1872, Robert O. Morris replaced his father, after the latter's death, as clerk of the courts of Hampden County, serving until his passing. Although he expressed an interest in Christian Science, there is no record of him studying with Mary Baker Eddy or uniting with the Church of Christ (Scientist).
Robert O. Morris
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Robert O. Morris (1846-1925) was a lifelong resident of Springfield, Massachusetts. After graduating from Wilbraham Academy (now Wilbraham & Monson Academy), he studied law in the offices of his father, George B. Morris, and was accepted to the Hampden County bar in 1873. In 1872, Robert O. Morris replaced his father, after the latter's death, as clerk of the courts of Hampden County, serving until his passing. Although he expressed an interest in Christian Science, there is no record of him studying with Mary Baker Eddy or uniting with the Church of Christ (Scientist).