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A portrait and biographical record of Portage and Summit counties, Ohio (Volume 2)

A portrait and biographical record of Portage and Summit counties, Ohio (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

A portrait and biographical record of Portage and Summit counties, Ohio (Volume 2)

A portrait and biographical record of Portage and Summit counties, Ohio (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : MORGAN


Page 61

30, 1790, :i daughter of Aaron Morgan. After marriage he purchased a farm near the old homestead :nid continued in


Page 61

the home farm, and married Sally Morgan, a native of Brimfield, Mass., born June 30, 1790, :i daughter of Aaron


Page 123

captured by the rebel raider, John Morgan, the subject and two comrades only escaping by swimming the Lickng nver. All


Page 187

Temp rance (Avery) Morgan. Capt. William Morgan was a son of W^illiani and Mary (.Avery) Morgan, and William was a


Page 187

William was a son of John and Elizabeth (Jones) Morgan -the latter a daughter of Lieut. - Gov. Jones, first


Page 187

hu-iband, was a son of James and Margery (Hill) Morgan, Puritans of New Englmd and of the same family as


Page 187

family as the late Gov. Edward D. Morgan, of the state of New York. Temperance Avery, wife of Capt. ^^'i!'iam


Page 421

He was taken prisoner by John Morgan's cavalry at La Vergne (Penn.) blf)ck house, Deceniber 5,


Page 465

George W. Morgan. On April 28 another reconnoissance was made to the top of Cumberland


Page 515

retreat from the rebel raider, John Morgan, marched


Page 575

iniited in marriage to Miss Lydia Morgan, who v.'as born August 7, 1838, in Paris township, Portage county, a daughter


Page 575

John Morgan was quite prominent in his townsliip and for many years was a justice


Page 589

niar·'-d, in April, 1S3S, Miss Mary Morgan, I'lghter of Morgan and Elizabeth (Jones) ''''.-'.·lii, and to this union wris iiorn


Page 617

OO-day service, was captured by John Morgan al Cynthiana, Ky., but was held two days only. Beside these four brothers


Page 729

G, 18.^5, a son of John and Sarah (Davis) Morgan, both, natives of Wales.


Page 729

John Morgan, father of John A., was born in 1799, was reared to mining, and


Page 729

infancy. In course of time Mr. Morgan de-


Page 731

(Molyneaux) Evans. The father of Mrs. Morgan died in January, 1867, at the age of thirt.-two .ears, and her mother


Page 731

John A. Morgan was reared to farming, received a good common-school education, and remained with


Page 731

erected snitablc snb-itantial farm buildinj^s. Mr. Morgan rose to considerable prominence in the township, was for years a justice of


Page 731

Job Morgan, grandfather of Jc)hn A. Morgan, came to America from ..'ales, also in 1832,


Page 745

the pursidt of the notorious John Morgan and his raiders through Kentuckx', Indiana and Ohio, capturing some of his men


Page 775

the chase after the raider John Morgan, hvI