Morham is a rural parish in the centre of East Lothian. It is bounded by Haddington, Prestonkirk, Whittinghame, and Garvald. Its surface is part of a gently inclined waving plain, midway between the Lammermuirs and the sea, and descending to the north. Its highest ground is about 413 feet above sea level. Its only stream is the small burn of Morham, which collects its head waters within Garvald, and runs through Morham and Haddington to the Tyne.
Morham parish church is the centrepiece of a lost village. Now Morham is a nothing more than a series of scattered farming townships. Its population in 2011 was 183.
- Location map: 55°56’35"N, 2°43’12"W