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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

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of the units organized by .Mrs. J. Pierpont Morgan, the duty to which Miss Chapman was assigned was the work


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a member of the Richard William Morgan Post of the American Legion, of Mystic, Connecticut.


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Company from its then owner, Elijah A. Morgan, and conducted the same for three years.


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She is a member of William Morgan Post, American Legion, of Mystic. She married, April 21, 1919, Captain Raymond M.


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They were the parents of Albert Morgan Brown, of Lcdyard, now too passed to his reward.


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married, March 5, 19191 Clara Avery Morgan, daughter of Walter C. and Martha (Wheeler) Morgan, of Mystic. They are both


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Clara Avery Morgan, daughter of Walter C. and Martha (Wheeler) Morgan, of Mystic. They are both members of the Congregational


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near Mystic. He rented the Walter Morgan farm of one hundred and twenty acres near Mystic, and there has since


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Manufacturing Company, and married Maud Anna Morgan, of Norwich, they being the parents of two children, Maria Theresa, and Henrietta


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Morgan, son of John Morgan, who through the Shapleys, his wife's family, and John Pickett, who married Ruth


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as a clerk in the Luther A. Morgan & Company general store, in which his father was part owner, remaining


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of Groton, a daughter of Charles D. and Annie (Morgan) Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. Marquardt are the parents of four


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farmer in Preston, who married Carry Morgan, and Ethel F., deceased. The mother of these children died in 1879. Mr.


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Charles Henry Wheeler, son of Eleazer and Lucinda (Morgan) Wheeler, was born in North Stonington, December 25, 1836, and was


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Stonington in 1870. He married Lucinda Morgan, who died in Norwich in 1895, and they were the parents of eleven


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Clarke Houghton, D. D., to Annie Easter Morgan, of Norwich to wit, Connecticut, and they are the parents of one


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Charles Morgan Williams, son of Henry Williams, son of Ephraim Morgan Williams, son of Roger


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of Henry Williams, son of Ephraim Morgan Williams, son of Roger Williams, was a descendant of Robert Williams, born in


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who came to mature years, Charles Morgan, of further mention, and Henry F.


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James Allyn, of further mention, Albert Morgan, born April n, 1850, Henrietta Adelaide, born October 20, 1857.


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- The farm, cultivated by Stephen Morgan Stoddard after his retirement from the sea, was the scene of his death


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of Groton, son of Captain John A. Morgan, grandson of Youngs Morgan, and great-grandson of Nicholas


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Morgan, son of Youngs and Elizabeth Morgan, was born at the homestead, foot of Fort Hill, which was later destroyed


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in New London county, Connecticut, James Morgan, immigrant ancestor, having settled in New London in 1650. He was born in


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Mr. Morgan married, June 10, 1914, Sarah Browning, of Pictou county, Nova Scotia, daughter of


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the parents of a son, William S. Morgan, born December 5, 1916. The family home is in Groton, not far


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from the locality in which James Morgan, the American ancestor, settled in 1650.


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of Joseph Browning. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan are the parents of a son, William S. Morgan, born December 5, 1916.


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and is a daughter of Edwin D. Morgan. They have three children: Morgan Christopher, born in August, 1915, Mary Elizabeth,


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Hill. Mr. Newbury married (second) Edwina D. Morgan, who was born in New York City, and is a daughter of