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Biographical review, containing life sketches of leading citizens of New London County, Connecticut

Biographical review, containing life sketches of leading citizens of New London County, Connecticut

Source : Internet Archive

Biographical review, containing life sketches of leading citizens of New London County, Connecticut

Biographical review, containing life sketches of leading citizens of New London County, Connecticut

Source : Internet Archive

Results : MORGAN


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and occupied by his great-grandfather, Samuel Morgan, whose father, John, son of Captain James Morgan, of New London, set-tled in


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father, John, son of Captain James Morgan, of New London, set-tled in Preston about 1692. The tract of two hundred


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of her husband, the late Daniel Morgan, was born in North Stonington, Conn., where her parents, Ephraim and Eliza Prentice


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k RS. MARY E. MORGAN, now residing at Preston City, .having removed hither since the death of


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Though not a church member, Mr. Morgan regularly attended and helped to support the Congregational church, of which Mrs. Morgan


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the Congregational church, of which Mrs. Morgan is a member. He was a great reader and thinker, and was well


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spent, and with her daughter, Carrie Prentice Morgan, is living, as above mentioned, at Preston City.


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homestead is now owned by Nelson Morgan of this sketch, having been held by his descendants in the male line


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Wales. The immigrant ancestor was James Morgan.


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On June 28, 1855, Mr. Morgan married Miss Virginia Haley, daughter of Henry Haley, and grand-daughter of Elisha Haley,


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born October 7, 1897. John Albert Morgan is a member of the New London Historical and Genealogical Society, and during


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when eighteen years of age Nelson Morgan began teaching in common schools, and that occupation he followed about twenty-five years


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for the right. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan had a son, Harry Archie, who died at Groton Centre when si.xteen months


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estate now owned by Mrs. Stanley Morgan. He died October 8,


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twenty-nine, leaving one daughter, Mrs. Henry Morgan, of Colchester. Elias, of whom a brief sketch may be found elsewhere in


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estate was inventoried. Then came Samuel Morgan, born December 16, 1705, father of Dr. Robinson's grandmother Lucy. He died December


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1756. She was descended from James Morgan, born in 1607 in Wales, who was in Roxbury in 1640, and was


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October 21, 1778, he married Lucy Morgan, born February 3, 1756. She was descended from James Morgan, born in 1607


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James and his son, Captain John Morgan, born March


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wife, whose maiden name was Deborah Morgan, was a native of Groton.


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defeated by one vote, by John Morgan, the opposing candidate. Mr. Palmer is a member of the Baptist church.


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Lyme and a daughter of John and Eunice (Morgan) Dolbeare, of East Haddam.


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October 15, 1837, son of Guy and Nancy (Griswold) Morgan. Mr. Morgan's grandfather was a man of force and character.


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SARAH M. MORGAN, widow of Edward Morgan, resides upon her farm in Waterford, six miles north of New London. She


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Guy and Nancy (Griswold) Morgan. Mr. Morgan's grandfather was a man of force and character. He settled in Ohio in


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the farm now owned by Mrs. Morgan. Her father died here, March 23, 1835, and his widow died November 24,


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RS. SARAH M. MORGAN, widow of Edward Morgan, resides upon her farm in Waterford, six miles north


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^S8 BIOGRAPHICAL REVIEW years. Mrs. Morgan reared eight of her twelve children - Nancy, Martha M., Stanley G., Stephen,


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Lyme, Mary, the wife of John A. Morgan, Horace O., the subject of this sketch, Annie, who married Albert E.


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she now resides, daughter of William A. and Emeline (Morgan) Strickland. Her father was born January 23, 1812, and was


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a farmer, residing in Salem, James Morgan, a resident of Norwich, and Harriet A.. The father died in 1882, at


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of forty, leaving four sons, James Morgan Sistare, also a sea captain, who died in January, 1892, at the age


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to Emily Hannah, daughter of Daniel and Hannah (Beebe) Morgan, of Waterford, Conn. The following children have blessed their union:


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Mary A., the wife of Joseph P. Morgan, living at Fort Scott, Ark. The mother died in 1852, when forty-six


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Harriet (Stoddard) Morgan. His grandfather, Theophilus Morgan, a farmer of Groton, Conn., married Mary Hinckley, daughter of Abel Hinckley, of


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August 3, 1840, son of Sidney and Harriet (Stoddard) Morgan. His grandfather, Theophilus Morgan, a farmer of Groton, Conn., married


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in 1860. On his return Mr. Morgan purchased the farm of two hundred and twenty acres adjoining the original homestead,


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Sidney Morgan, the father of the subject of this sketch, was born August 30, 1800.


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Since their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Morgan have resided on their pleasant farm, which consists of two hundred and twenty


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residing near Centre Groton, and Myron Morgan, of Norwich. Captain Morgan, while in command of the ship Contest" of New


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His father, Elijah B. Morgan, who was born in Groton, near New London, in 1809, in early


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with three of them, namely: John C. Fremont Morgan, of Elroy, Wis. , Anna, the wife of Charles Chapman, residing


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Elijah D. Morgan, of New York City, and Fannie M. , who is the wife


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now living in Clinton, Conn. Mrs. Morgan died in 1886, leaving two of her three children. These are:


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Mr. Morgan is a Master Mason. He has been twice in the State legislature, has


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father was a son of William Morgan and a lineal descendant of James Morgan, born in Wales in 1607, who


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1 8 16, son of John and Mary (Morgan) Brewster. He is descended from the distinguished Pilgrim leader, William Brewster,


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this farm, then the Captain Israel Morgan farm. His marriage with Mary Morgan was solemnized February 6, 1806. She was


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Morgan farm. His marriage with Mary Morgan was solemnized February 6, 1806. She was born in this house, and was


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and a lineal descendant of James Morgan, born in Wales in 1607, who settled in Pequot, now New London, about


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lady of eighteen , and Arthur Morgan Brewster, two years younger - both of whom live with their mother in


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Mary Morgan, a daughter of Philip Morgan, who lived on Prospect Hill in this town, and who served officially as


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married for his second wife Mary E. Morgan, a daughter of Philip Morgan, who lived on Prospect Hill in this


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1859 Mr. Cardwell married Miss Lucy Leffingwell Morgan, a daughter of Guerdon and Mabel Bushnell Morgan, of Norwich.


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Bradford. Her paternal great-grandfather was Darius Morgan, of Norwich, and her grandparents, Peter and Hannah (Leach) Morgan, also of Norwich.


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a daughter of Guerdon and Mabel Bushnell Morgan, of Norwich.


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for several years. Pie married Abigail Morgan, of Preston, who died at the age of fifty-eight years, leaving the following-named


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June 10, 1821 , and Jonas Morgan, born March 29, 1824.


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America, coming to Boston, Mass. Ebenezer Morgan (first), the great-great-grandfather of Thomas F., was born September 21, 1719.


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f HOMAS FRANKLIN MORGAN, a former wealthy resident of Groton, was born in Newport, R.I., February 28,


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mother were at sea, Thomas Franklin Morgan lived with his grandfather Price in Newport, R.I.,. where he received his early


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only child of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan, Emma L., now the wife of Harry A. La Montagne, resides in New


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belonged to the estate of Mr. Morgan's mother. At the age of sixteen he went before the mast, continuing a


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are: Mary L., widow of Francis E. Morgan, residing in Niantic at the old home, Julius M., in Pasadena, Cal.


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children: Edith May, wife of Christopher Morgan, who has two children, and Charles Williams Noyes, who married Mary T. Foote,


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of the American Revolution, and Mrs. Morgan for the past two years has held the office of Regent of the


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is the wife of Dr. Raymond Morgan, of Providence, R.I.


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Morgan, daughter of Elisha and Caroline Morgan, of Salem. They have two children living: E. Bertha, living at Poquonnock, wife


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Morgan, Thomas F.


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Morgan, Sarah M.


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Morgan, Mary E. Morgan, Nelson .


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Morgan, Elijah A.