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History of Knox County, Illinois [microform] : its cities, towns and people (Volume 1-2)

History of Knox County, Illinois [microform] : its cities, towns and people (Volume 1-2)

Source : Internet Archive

History of Knox County, Illinois [microform] : its cities, towns and people (Volume 1-2)

History of Knox County, Illinois [microform] : its cities, towns and people (Volume 1-2)

Source : Internet Archive

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the James Mc Govern and Charles Morgan farms, and we believe that they are still yielding coal of an excellent


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Morgan, Albert W., Galesburg, e. Sept. 19, 1861, trans, to vet., res. corps, March 15, 1864.


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Morgan, James B., Galesburg, e. Sept. 13, 1862, disch. April 17, 1865, disability.


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Peter Morgan arrived soon after. Peter gave up the seafaring life for that of a


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Morgan, John 1853


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Morgan, Charles 1853


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Morgan, Robert 1853


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Morgan, William 1853


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Morgan, James 1853


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Morgan, Mrs. A. D 1860


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Mott was married to Miss Dora Morgan, a daughter of Joseph and Harriet (Dunn) Morgan, of Gladstone, Illinois.


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Dora Morgan, a daughter of Joseph and Harriet (Dunn) Morgan, of Gladstone, Illinois.


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a daughter of Abram and Elizabeth Morgan, both of whom are now deceased. The father was a coal miner. Of


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in October. 1893. to Miss Minnie A. Morgan, of Wataga. Illinois.


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Mary Frances, now fourteen , John Morgan, who is thirteen , Beulah Fern, nine years of age , Harry, who


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Sarah Luella, the wife of Benjamin Morgan of Wataga, Illinois, has four children. Ira Anthony, married to Effie Richmond, lives


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and was a daughter of Abram and Mary J. (Philips) Morgan. She was only three years of age when her


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coal mining. He married Miss Sarah A. Morgan, who was also born in Gloucestershire, England, June 21, 1849,- and was


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her father subsequently married Miss Eliza Morgan, also of Gloucestershire. In


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December 24, 1863. His father. Peter Morgan, was a native of Ireland, his birth occurring in 1818. There he spent


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GEORGE MORGAN.: v:' ,.-:,,: :y George E. Morgan, who is successfully engaged in general farming and stock-raising three and a


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'" GEORGE E. MORGAN.: v:' ,.-:,,: :y George E. Morgan, who is successfully engaged in general


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the township. Since locating here Mr. Morgan has wrought extensive improvements in his place, having erected all of the buildings


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George E. Morgan was reared in his native county, acquiring his education in the common


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The family of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan numbered six, the eldest of whom is our subject, the others being as


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member of the school board. Mr. Morgan is a man who discharges his official duties with the same sense of


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independence in the Revolutionary war. Benjamin Morgan, a son of the latter couple and the grandfather of our subject, married


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Margaret Rittenhouse, and their son Morgan Morgan married Ann Roberts, a daughter of John Roberts, who fought for American independence


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traces his ancestry back to Edward Morgan, who married Margaret Rittenhouse, and their son Morgan Morgan married Ann Roberts, a


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JACOB E. MORGAN. : ^V, >?-',, Jacob E. Morgan is a well known farmer of


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Soo. Among their children was John Rittenhouse Morgan, the father of our subject, who was bom in Montgomery county, Pennsylvania,


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Margaret Rittenhouse, and their son Morgan Morgan married Ann Roberts, a daughter of John Roberts, who fought for American independence


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independence in the Revolutionary war. Benjamin Morgan, a son of the latter couple and the grandfather of our subject, married


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traces his ancestry back to Edward Morgan, who married Margaret Rittenhouse, and their son Morgan Morgan married Ann Roberts, a


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Jacob E. Morgan is a well known farmer of Lynn township, having spent his entire


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1800. Among their children was John Rittenhouse Morgan, the father of our subject, who was born in Montgomery county, Pennsylvania,


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of Mrs. Morgan, became a soldier of the war of 1812 at the age of seventeen


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family, of which . Mrs. John R. Morgan was a representative, was an old one of Pennsylvania, ',:


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Jacob E. Morgan was united in marriage to Miss Sarah J. Collinson, who was born


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Sarah (Brooks) Collinson. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan became parents of two children: Eugene, born September i, 1890, and Ethel, born


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Baptist church of Galva and Mr. Morgan belongs also to the Modern Woodmen Camp of that place. In politics he


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and is a daughter of Peter and Catharine (Harris) Morgan.


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of her death. The father. Peter Morgan, was one of those who gave his services in defense of the Union