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Commemorative biographical record of Washington county

Commemorative biographical record of Washington county

Source : Internet Archive

Commemorative biographical record of Washington county

Commemorative biographical record of Washington county

Source : Internet Archive

Results : MORGAN


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, they have one son, William Morgan. William, the youngest son of our subject, died in 1880.


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, Sarah A., who married George Morgan, but is now a widow residing in Washington, Penn., Harriet N. Baird, who


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born April 2, 1817, married Thomas Morgan, April 19, 1836, and both died in Belmont county, Ohio, where several of


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Eleanor, James Watson, Robert Rentoul, Mary Morgan and Alexander. Of these, Elizabeth died when an infant, and Alexander in March,


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attorney in New York City, William Morgan, partner with his brother, David T., in law business, in Pittsburgh, and two


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George Morgan, father of Mrs. .lames Watson, was born in 1780 iu Princeton, N. J.,


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he was married to Miss Maria Woodbridge Morgan, daughterof George and Elizabeth Aldrich (Thompson) Morgan, and ten children were born


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Ella, William, married to Miss Fannie M. Morgan, deceased in 1801 , having three children, Howard L., Frank and Herbert,


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Va.), and Hannah (married to Edward Morgan, Ohio county, W. Va.).


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), and Hannah (married to Edward Morgan.


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six years In' rlerked for Thomas Morgan, dealer in dry goods. In 1888 he opened out a merchant tailoring aud


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selling the store in California, Mr. Morgan followed river traffic a few years, then opened a grocery in Coal Centre,


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After their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Morgan settled in Waynes burgh, Greene Co., Penn., where he followed the trade of


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William M. Morgan was born near Baltimore, Md. , where his boyhood was passed. In


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1780, his wife afterward married John Morgan, and with her eight children came to western Pennsylvania in 1780, and located


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(married to Luella, daughter of William Morgan), David T. (married to Almeda Clark), John (married to Jennie Whitely), Joseph B.


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He is a grandson of Jacob Morgan, who was born in Maryland, and in an early day came with his


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family moved to Canonsburg. R. M. Morgan was an ardent Democrat in politics, serving as supervisor of the township, as


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John Morgan (sou of Jacob) was born in Maryland, and when a small boy was


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Mr. and Mrs. Morgan settled on the old homestead, containing 210 acres of good land. He is


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John Morgan was born and reared on the farm adjoining his present home, receiving his


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days. To the union of John Morgan and Sarah M. Sharp the following children have been born: John Freeman, born


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John Morgan Sharp was born March 7, 1838, on the home farm in Cross Creek


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saw the light of day. John C. Morgan remained on the home farm until about twenty years of age, when


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His father, James Morgan, was born on the same farm where his son John C. first saw


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Mr. Morgan is not an old resident of Washington county, but since his first identification


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to their union: Mary (Mrs. Robert Morgan, who died in 1SSS), Eleanor (deceased wife of John Fergus), Peter, Sarah, Jane


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Peter, Sarah, Jane (married to John Morgan, of Chartiers township), and Ann Elizabeth (wife of David E. Mc Nary, of


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Penu. ), Ida (wife of Samuel Morgan, of Chartiers township), Minnie, Andrew (a merchant of Pittsburgh, Penn.), James (a boot


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the land now owned by Luther Morgan in said township.


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He was a son of Hugh Morgan, who came with his parents to western Pennsylvania, settling on the old Morgan


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member of the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Morgan was a member of the United Presbyterian Church at West Middletown. She was


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the time of his death Mr. Morgan was too young to have obtained great prominence in his community, yet he


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JENNIE A. MORGAN. From time immemorial it has been the custom of all nations to


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and counted it naught." Miss Jennie A. Morgan, like the other members of her · family, is a devoted member


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Gardner, born July 9, 1847, Edward Morgan, born June 16, 1849, died January


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seventeen years), Eliza (wife of James Morgan), Jane (Mrs. Joseph S. Gaston) and Samuel.


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Morgan Martin, son of Joseph and Nancy ( lams) Martin, was born October lit, 1823, and


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Va.), and Hannah (married to Edward Morgan, Ohio county. W. Va.). The father died May 6, 1832, and in 1852


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the place known as the Samuel Morgan farm, which he sold, and in 1881 he purchased the farm of over


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James Morgan, son of Hugh and Margaret (Billingsby) Morgan, was born January 17, 1809, on the home place in


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James Morgan, son of Hugh and Margaret (Billingsby) Morgan, was born January 17, 1809, on


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MORGAN is a great-grandson of John Morgan, who was born in AY ales, where his boyhood and youth were -'


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William P. Morgan was born May 4, 1842, on the old place in Allegheny county,


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Hugh Morgan was born and educated in Wales, and came to America with his parents


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Church, and in political opinion Mr. Morgan was a Democrat.


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Nancy, daughter of John and Nancy Morgan. The young people began their married life in Chartiers township, and remained there


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M. and Mary (Martin) Morgan. Mr. Morgan has been an elder in the Presbyterian Church at Canonsburg and Miller's Run


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married Mary B., daughter of John Morgan, who married Rebecca Hickman. She bore him two children, Mary B. and Ella


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daughter of Col. John and Nancy Morgan, of Chartiers township, whose children were: Martha, married to Godfrey Cook, also of


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Chartiers (both now deceased), Major Jacob Morgan (deceased), whose widow, Alice (Mc-Closkey), now resides on Prospect avenue, Washington borough, Emily,