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Genealogical and biographical record of the Lewis and Grisell families : from the years 1751 and 1763 to the year 1903

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Genealogical and biographical record of the Lewis and Grisell families : from the years 1751 and 1763 to the year 1903

Genealogical and biographical record of the Lewis and Grisell families : from the years 1751 and 1763 to the year 1903

Source : Internet Archive

Genealogical and biographical record of the Lewis and Grisell families : from the years 1751 and 1763 to the year 1903

Genealogical and biographical record of the Lewis and Grisell families : from the years 1751 and 1763 to the year 1903

Source : Internet Archive

Results : MORGAN


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Mary Morgan, daughter of Morgan Morgan and Mary his wife, whose maiden name was Gausset, born 28th day of


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his wife: -Thomas Lewis, married Mary Morgan in the thirty-first year of his age, 2 1 St day of 8th


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Mary Morgan, daugiiter of Morgan and Mary (^Gausset) Morgan, was born Sept. 28, 1768, near


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(unless perhaps we can except Morgan Morgan, who some of the relatives think was opposed to slavery). Thomas Lewis was


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James Morgan, the eldest son and brother of David, removed to Indian Territory somewhere from


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Henry, Evan, Zack<]inll and Morgan.* David Morgan, third child, was born Mvc. 20, 1721. It was he that encountered the


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Dear Sir: -Col. Morgan Morgan, the founder of this branch of the family in this country and as


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Charles Morgan died in Berkle.' Co., .'irginia.


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old Morga^ns say that Gen. Daniel Morgan (of the Revolution) was a relative colateral with Col. Morgan Morgan.


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had a brother, a minister (Morgan Morgan). David was reputed a kind-iiearted, benevolent man, but a man of courage. He


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David Morgan was an Episcopalian, had a brother, a minister (Morgan Morgan). David was reputed


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(3) Morgan Lewis, son of Thomas and Mary (Morgan) Lewis, was born, July 25, 1789, in Frederick Countv, Virginia, and


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(3) Lydia Lewis, daughter of Thomas and Mary (Morgan) Lewis, was born November 11, 1797, in Frederick County, .'irginia, and


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(3) Enos Lewis, son of Thomas and Mary (Morgan) Lewis, was born October g, 1799, in Frederick County, Virginia, and


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(3) Catherine Lewis, daughter of Thomas and Mary (Morgan) Lewis, was born September 14. 1801, in Frederick County, Virginia, and


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to Morgan Lewis, son of Thomas and Mary (Morgan) Lewis, to remain until he was of age as an apprentice


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(3) Emrey Lewis, son of Thomas and Mary (Morgan) Lewis, was born May II, 1803, near Red Stone, Fayette County,


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Morgan Lewis


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(3) Ira Lewis, son of Thomas and Mary (Morgan) Lewis, was born June 8,


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(3) Syra Lewis, son of Thomas and Mary (Morgan) Lewis, was born September 14, 181 1, in Harrison County, Ohio,


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LEWIS (3) Ensley. son of Thomas and Mary (Morgan) Lewis, was born September


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Morgan Thomas L.ewis January 9, 1847 .... October 9, 1861


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Irene Morgan Heberling May 13, 1853


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John Morgan Read August 9, 1859


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Lewis took her eldest son, Ray Morgan Adams, into their home, where he has since lived.


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Ferdinand Morgan Painter Effie May Painter


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WERE BORN Name Birth Death Arthur Morgan Yocum March 31, 1885


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WERE BORN Name Birth Death Ray Morgan Adams June 3, 1886


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WERE BORN Name Birth Death John Morgan Miller December 5,1887 ... June 18,1888