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Genealogical and family history of southern New York and the Hudson River Valley : a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the building of a nation

Genealogical and family history of southern New York and the Hudson River Valley : a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the building of a nation

Source : Internet Archive

Genealogical and family history of southern New York and the Hudson River Valley : a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the building of a nation

Genealogical and family history of southern New York and the Hudson River Valley : a record of the achievements of her people in the making of a commonwealth and the building of a nation

Source : Internet Archive

Results : MORGAN


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He married Louisa, daughter of William A. C. (a physician) and Louisa (Morgan) Anderson.


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(II) Louisa Morgan, daughter of Thomas and Jane (Jenner) Morgan, was born in 1810, died in 1873. She married, in


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(I) Thomas Morgan, immediate ancestor of the family, was born in 1756, died in 1816.


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(Ill) Louisa Anderson, daughter of William Astley Cooper and Louisa (Morgan) Anderson, was born in 1848, died in 1886. She


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1843, Charles Morgan, 1843, d'cd 1844, George Cooper, 1847, died 1847, Louisa, mentioned below, Frank, 1852,


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Children: William Edward, born 1839, Jane Morgan, 1841, died


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certificate in defense of Dr. John Morgan, who had been removed from the post of director-general of the hospital and


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Governors John Alsop King and Edwin D. Morgan. With this experience he was ably prepared upon the outbreak of the


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(II) Captain John Morgan, son of James and Margery (Hill) Morgan, was born at Roxbury, Massachusetts, March


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Captain John Morgan, son of James and Margery (Hill) Morgan, was born at Roxbury, Massachusetts, March 30, 1645, died at


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(I) James Morgan, son of William Morgan, of Llanvabon, Wales, sailed from Bristol, England, in the


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Mary," accompanied by a kinsman, Robert Morgan, in the summer of 1636, and landed at Boston. He first set-tled at


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William Morgan, of Llanvabon, Wales, was born in 1571. He bore arms of the Cilfyndd


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The family name of Morgan MORGAN is derived from the two words, "muir," the sea, and "gin," begotten ,


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Jedediah Morgan, third son of Thomas and Sarah (Leeds ) Morgan, was born March 14, 1774. in Preston, and resided


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(.T) Jedediah Morgan, third son of Thomas and Sarah (Leeds ) Morgan, was born March 14,


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(V) Thomas Morgan, fourth son of Captahi John (3) and Sarah (Cobb) Morgan, was born June


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several officers were commissioned. Captain John Morgan married, April 17, 1728, Sarah Cobb, and they had children : John, born


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the same time his unele, James Morgan, was made captain. He succeeded the latter, October 8, 1714, and continued as


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David Pierce Morgan, son of Amos and Betsey (Jennings) Morgan, was born at Tecumseh, Michigan, August 4, 1831, died at


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William Fellowes Morgan, son of David Pierce and Caroline (Fellowes ) Morgan, was born at Clifton, Staten Island, New York,


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Amos Morgan, third son of Jedediah and Amanda (Stanton ) Morgan, was born November 10, 1806, in Ledyard, New York,


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October 24, 1891 , Camilla Leonard Morgan, February 6, 1893. 7. James Hewitt, born, Morristown, New Jersey, September 27,, 1871,


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(VHI) David Pierce Morgan, son of Amos and Betsey (Jennings) Morgan, was born at Tecumseh, Michigan,


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Camilla Leonard , issue : Henry Carey Morgan, born October 24, 1891 , Camilla Leonard Morgan, February 6, 1893. 7.


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In politics Mr. Morgan is a Progressive, and attends St.-George's Episcopal Church. He is a member of


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1889 , Leonora Morgan Kissell, October 23,


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(V ) Captain William Avery Morgan, son of Captain William (2) and Temperance (Avery) Morgan, was born at Groton,


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(X) Beatrice Morgan, eldest child of William Fellowes and Emma (Leavitt) Morgan, was born. New York


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which was written the name William Morgan, of Llandaff," in Wales, and dated some time before 1600. William owned a


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1728, married, February i, 1750, John Morgan.


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Edwin Denison Morgan, son of Jasper and Catherine (Copp) Morgan, was bom at Washington, Berkshire county, Massachusetts, February 8, 181


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the next two at Washington. Jasper Morgan married (first) Groton, Connecticut, July 8, 1805, Catherine Copp, widow of Jasper Avery,


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grocery store of his unele, Nathan Morgan, at Hartford, and in 1831, when twenty years of age, was made a


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(VH) Governor Edwin Denison Morgan, son of Jasper and Catherine (Copp) Morgan, was bom at Washington, Berkshire


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Governor Edwin D. Morgan married, Hartford, Connecticut, August 19. 1833, Eliza Matilda ^Vaterman, daughter of Captain


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Edwin D. Morgan married, April ii, 1886, Elizabeth Mary Moran. Children : Elizabeth Sarah, born


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died February, 1826, married Colonel Samuel Morgan, of Vermont. 4. Jane, bom November 16, 1767, died on board the ship


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September 22, 1877, son of William Forbes and Ellie (Robinson) Morgan, children: a. William Forbes Morgan (3). born July 3.


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16, 1904, William Forbes Morgan, Jr., born.


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William Dare Morgan, son of Elisha Ely and Eliza (Robinson) Morgan, issue: a. Margaret Lewis Morgan, born September 3, 1869:


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Gerald Dare Morgan, born 1879. Mrs. Morgan, the mother of these children, occupied Stonehurst" at Staatsburg, New York, 1898. ii.


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1847, married, October 31, 1868, William Dare Morgan, son of Elisha Ely and Eliza (Robinson) Morgan, issue: a. Margaret Lewis


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March 15, 1904. d. William Gerald Dare Morgan, born 1879. Mrs. Morgan, the mother of these children, occupied Stonehurst" at


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1870. c. Geraldine Livingston Morgan, born March 2, 1872 , married, June 16, 1896, Lewis Stenrod Thompson


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July 19, 1870, daughter of John Pierpont Morgan, born, Hartford, Connecticut, April 17, 1837, died, Rome, Italy, March 3, 1913,


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(first) Mar}-Van Home Clarkson: (second) Francis Morgan Starkweather. He had one son, Robert Clarkson. by his first wife. He was