Morris, Susanna a Quakeress noted as an efficient preacher of the doctrines of her sect, was born about 1682. But little is accessible to us regarding her personal history. She labored in the work of the ministry for nearly forty years both in this country and in Europe, where she visited England, Ireland, and Scotland. She died April 28, 1755. She was a devout Christian, and a firm adherent to her people, whom she dearly loved. See Janney, Hist. of the Religious Society of Friends, 3:336.