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A modern history of New London County, Connecticut,

A modern history of New London County, Connecticut,

Source : Internet Archive

A modern history of New London County, Connecticut,

A modern history of New London County, Connecticut,

Source : Internet Archive

Results : MORGAN


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Charles Noyes, Charles Plenry Osgood, John C. Morgan, James M. Young, Nelson J. A. ling, William A. Norton, Frank B.


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Henry Bond, Charles Barns, Robert A. Morgan, C. Augustus Williams, Charles W. Butler, C. F. Spaulding, James Hislop, George


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of the Corporation-Henry H. Gallup, Samuel N. Morgan, Charles E. Chandler, Winslow T. Williams, Archibald Mitchell, Frank H. Allen, George


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C. Comstock, J. N. Harris, Robert A. Morgan, O. Woodworth, Charles Howard, Samuel P. Smith, Edward Church, Henry Williams, James


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Henry Haven, C. W. Strickland, Elias F. Morgan, Richard H. Chappell, Ebenezer Morgan, Flenry R. Bond, George C. Benjamin, F.


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Elias Morgan, Richard Chappell, Ebenezer Morgan, Flenry R. Bond, George C. Benjamin, F. L. Allen, John M. Chapman, John


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W. H. Allen, 1867-1898, 1903-1907, Ebenezer Morgan, 1867-1883, Oliver Woodworth, 1867-1872, E. D. Avery, 1872-1893, Norman B. Church,


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Luce, C. W. Strickland, Jr., John S. Morgan, Charles Allyn, Thomas W. Gardner, Richard C. Morris, James P. Johnston, Isaac


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1874-1912, E. Clark Smith, 1876-1882, Robert A. Morgan, 1882-1885, D. D. Latham, 1883-


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Mutual Fire Insurance Company), 1849, Samuel Morgan, 1853, Augustus Brewster, 1854, and Ebenezer Learned, 1864. The secretaries were : Shubael


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Cone, W. Irving Dowsett, and Lydia E. Morgan.


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com., Thomas W. Morgan, 33°, second lieut. com., Archibald Mitchell, Jr., orator, Carey Congdon, 33°, chancellor,


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C. Birdsey, Meriden, Grand Recorder, Thomas W. Morgan, Hartford, Grand Inspector.


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grand, Poquonnock Bridge , Mrs. Jennie Morgan, recording secretary, Groton.


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overseer, Bessie Connolly, lecturer, Mrs. Myra Morgan, steward, Eugene D. Caulkins. assistant steward, Mrs. Nellie Hughes, chaplain, Mrs. Lucy Caulkins,


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chaplain, Mrs. Lucy Caulkins, treasurer, Earle G. Morgan, secretary, Harry P. Appleby, gate keeper, Louisa M. Terry, Ceres, Miss Frances


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Minnie Sterling, Flora, Miss Gladys Morgan, lady assistant, al of Lyme.


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L. Keely, commander, Sergeant Richard William Morgan. No. 55, Mystic, John R. Wheeler, commander , James W. Harvey, No. 58,


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Morgan, James, Jr.


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a-C. Benjamin Morgan


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Morgan, Edward


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Ronald Morgan (Killed in France)


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Peter Williams and his wife Mary Morgan, their son John Williams and his wife Phoebe Williams, their son Peter Williams


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Arthur, of Lyme, Blanche, married Carl Morgan of New York, Bertha, married Fred Fox, of Center Brook, Connecticut. Wallace R.


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all his life. He married Eunice Morgan, born at Ledyard, 1737, and died October, 1815. They became the parents of


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Prudence, Ruth Ann, Almeda, and Chester Morgan.


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1895, Fannie Noyes, daughter of Francis and Ataria (Morgan) Noyes, of Stonington, and a direct descendant of Rev. James Noyes,


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Loring married, February 2, 1842, Harriet Kinney Morgan, daughter of Erastus and Polly (Meach) Morgan, and a native of Preston,


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married, September 12, 1841, Mary Abby Morgan, born in 1828, daughter of Elisha and Caroline Morgan. Their children were: Adriana,


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1828, daughter of Elisha and Caroline Morgan. Their children were: Adriana, born June 27, 1844, Frederick Morgan, born August


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Adriana, born June 27, 1844, Frederick Morgan, born August


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birthplace and lifelong home of Frederick Morgan Smith, whose passing, August 3, 1917, at the age of seventy, was so


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in Norwich with the late Samuel C. Morgan, and from that time until his death was actively engaged in tlie


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of that town, daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth (Lord) Morgan. Captain Coit (by which title he was known and which


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(VIII) Colonel Charles Morgan Coit, son of Col. Charles Coit, was born in Norwich, March 28,


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Ellen Grosvenor, November 15, 1835, Charles Morgan, March


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Amos C, of further mention, William Morgan, married Minnie Leight, both deceased, Grant Prentice, died aged eighteen years, Merton Orrin,


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clerk in the employ of John S. Morgan and Walter Starr in the Borough of Groton, but in April, 1892,


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Troland married, August 18, 1917, Roberta Morgan, of New London, daughter of Dr. George S. and Etta (Henderson) Morgan.


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HERBERT MORGAN LEROU-In 1902 Herbert Morgan Lerou, then a young man, came to Norwich, Connecticut, an experienced pharmacist, with


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Preston City, February 29, 1848, Eunice Crary Morgan, daughter of Erastus and Polly Mary (Meech) Morgan, members of the oldest


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business, so in public life, Mr. Morgan was progre.'^sive, publicspirited and loyal. Pie met every obligation of his life fairly,


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responsibilities as a citizen, Charles Francis Morgan, postmaster at Pachaug, is recognized as one of the leading citizens of the


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and Mrs. Morgan are the parents of one child, Ruth^ born January 24, 1920.


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CHARLES FRANCIS MORGAN-A successful business man, popular with all classes, genial, generous and open-hearted, thoroughly alive