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Centennial history of Rush County, Indiana (Volume 2)

Centennial history of Rush County, Indiana (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

Centennial history of Rush County, Indiana (Volume 2)

Centennial history of Rush County, Indiana (Volume 2)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : MORGAN


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the pursuit and capture of John Morgan, the notorious raider, and in Kentucky during the spring and summer of 1863


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May 8, 1866, son of David S. and Mary E. (Mellwain) Morgan, the latter of whom years ago was a


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with his father, the late David S. Morgan, and now associated in practice with Gates Ketchum. Mr. Morgan was born


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to Indiana with his parents, Samuel Morgan and wife, the family locating in Richland township, this county. David S. Morgan


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in practice with Gates Ketchum. Mr. Morgan was born on a farm in Richland township on May 8, 1866, son


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The deceased were Rosco and Bert Morgan. Wallace G. Morgan was about seventeen years of age when his parents moved


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having two brothers, Samuel and William O. Morgan. The deceased were Rosco and Bert Morgan. Wallace G. Morgan was about


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his death occurring in 1905. David S. Morgan and wife were the parents of five children, sons all, three of


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the death of his father Mr. Morgan formed a partnership with Douglas Morris and this firm had a wide practice.


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he practiced in partnership with David S. Morgan, now deceased, and from 1895 to


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COUNTY united in marriage to Amanda Morgan, a daughter of Evan and Mary Ann (Ricketts) Morgan of this county, and


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4, 1820, the son of Samuel and Sarah (Morgan) Bussell, the former of Northumberland county, Pennsylvania, the latter a native


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He is the son of James and Hannah (Morgan) Stoten, both of whom were also natives of Dearborn county. About


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Frank, Jack, Daisy and Ora. Frank Morgan was born in Anderson township on April 2, 1880, and obtained his education


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for fourteen years. About 1919 Mr. Morgan purchased his present farm of 136 acres and carries on general farming and