Steven W. Morrison has authored or edited the following articles, and publications.


“Reexamining the Profile of a Quaker – Isaac Parkins of Frederick County, Virginia.” Quaker History 111 (Spring 2022): 61-89.

“Could Findmypast Reveal your Hidden Quaker Roots?” British Connection: Journal of the International Society for British Genealogy and Family History 21, (July-Sept 2020): 139-142.

“Glimpse of a Plantation Town: 1821 in Ballyhaise, County Cavan.” Familia: Ulster Genealogical Review 33 (2017): 39-57.  See:

“Quaker John Starr of Antrim and Cavan, Ireland: And his five Sons who sailed to Pennsylvania.” The Genealogist 30 (2016): 139-161.

“The migratory path of eighteenth-century Ulster Nonconformists: Quaker John Starr of Antrim, Cavan and Pennsylvania.” Familia: Ulster Genealogical Review 31 (2015): 111-133.

“Unearthing John Done: A Plymouth Colony Late Comer.” Report of Proceedings: 52nd International Family Reunion, Doane Family Association of America (2012): 44-54.

“The Forgotten Ulster English: Using Early Quaker Records to Fill the Gap.” Directory of Irish Family History Research 35 (2012): 8-15.

“A Census of early Ulster Quakers: 1650 to 1690.” Familia: Ulster Genealogical Review 27 (2011): 101-120.

“Ulster Quakers on the Move: Tracking Early Ulster Friends to the Delaware River and Beyond.”  Journal of Scotch-Irish Studies 3 (2011): 62-82.

Book Review

“A Biographical Dictionary of Irish Quakers, Second edition by: Richard S. Harrison.” Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly 24 (March 2009): 11.

Unpublished Works

“Cracking a Tough Nut: George Waltz/Walts Founder of Georgetown, Indiana.” Presented to the Waltz/Walts Family Reunion at Lanesville, Indiana, June 2015.

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Editor. Glad Our Paths Crossed: Reflections of a Doctor’s Wife and settling in Forest Grove, Oregon by Eva Cherrington Waltz, 1899-1994. Chehalis, WA: Gorham Publishing, 1998.