Mary Duncan1,2

#9231, b. circa 1723
     Mary Duncan is estimated to have been born circa 1723 in Virginia. She married William Morgan, son of Charles Morgan and Sarah Alice Thornton.3

Children of Mary Duncan and William Morgan

Citations

  1. Ancestral File. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
  2. Internet.
  3. Fauquier County Virgina Deeds.

Charles Morgan1,2

#9232, b. circa 1745, d. 1822
     Charles Morgan is estimated to have been born circa 1745 in Prince William [now Fauquier] County, Virginia. He was the son of William Morgan and Mary Duncan.1,3 He married Susanna Doggett.4 He died in 1822 in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, USA.2
     Charles Morgan was enumerated in the 1810 census in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, USA, with 2 females 16-26, 1 female over 45, and 1 slave (Susanna Doggett, Rosannah Morgan and Lucinda Morgan may have been in his household, based on sex and age.)5
     Charles Morgan was enumerated in the 1820 census in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, USA, age over 45, with 2 males under 10, 1 female under 10, 2 females 26-45, and 6 slaves.6
     Charles Morgan received a bequest in the will of William Morgan on 29 April 1797.1 He made a will on 18 March 1822 Will: Charles Morgan, 1822 Muhlenberg County, Kentucky
Source: Will Book 2, page 193

I Charles Morgan of Muhlenberg County & State of Kentucky, being in good health and sound mind but well understanding the certainty of death, do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament as followeth. To wit: My will and desire is that all my just debts be faithfully paid out of the debts due to me of judgements obtained in my name and for my benefit of sales of land made and may yet be made by my several agents. But in case Sufficiently cannot be procured in good time out of the above described means then to make sale of some of my most saleable lands in the upper counties which my agents can point out.

I give and bequeath to my daughter Elizabeth Morton during her lifetime, then to be the property of her heirs equally; Five hundred acres of land. The 200 acres which I purchased of John Hopkins and assigned to her and the 200 acres that I purchased of Matthew Williams to be a part. The other 100 acres to be taken off the most Southward part of George Lovelaces additional claim. Which five hundred acres is to be a part of her portion of lands. Also my Negro woman Phyllis and her future increase.

Whereas I give unto my daughter Anne Morehead decd. a Negro woman named Sall and her increase. And by agreement with Armisted Morehead, all their children are provided for in Negroes, except their sons Charles and Alfred. I therefore give and bequeath unto said Charles and Alfred four hundred dollars worth of land each, to be as conveniently situated as cases will admit. Of which land is to be considered as a part of their Mothers portion lands.

I give and bequeath to my son Willis my Negro Man named Simon, which with the four hundred acres of land which I transferred to him lying near to Russellville I consider to be Sufficient for his share of Negroes.

I give and bequeath to my son John my Negro Man James. Which with my Negro Man Allen that I gave to him, I consider sufficient for his share of Negroes. And for the use of money that I could not make it convenient to him in due time. And for Services rendered I give to him any Waggon and kind gear. Also the following boundary of land, Beginning on Pond River as such a distance(?) above John Littlepages corner in Eppes Littlepages line that to run parallel to said Eppes Littlepages line will include to John Morgan one pole west from the mouth of the Spring branch. Which spring is convenient to the Cabin that Stephen Downing and also Frances Heard lived in and to continue said line to above of George Lovelaces survey. Also another Slipe of land to begin at the corner to be made in George Lovelaces line.

I give and bequeath to my daughter Rosannah Conher(?) to use, possess and enjoy during her natural life then to descend and be the property of all her children, my Negro woman named Hannah and her increase. Also my Negro boy named Reuben. Also the house and adjacent buildings where I am now living to go to her with so much land as will amount to half the valuation of the connexion of Claims on which I am now living after the 500 acres is laid off to Elizabeth Morton and the two small pieces to John Morgan. Also first choice of my horse kind. Also three cows and calves, 4 sheep, one sow and pigs, the bed and furniture which her Mother gave to her and what in bedding and furniture which she hath procured by her own industry. Also so much of household and kitchen furniture as the other children was furnished with when they commenced housekeeping. Also choice of Bee hives.

I give and bequeath to my daughter Lucinda my Negro Woman named Charlotte and her increase. Also my Negro Girl named Sylvia and her increase. Also so much land as will amount to half the Valuation of the connexion of Claims on which I am now living, after the 500 acres is laid off to Elizabeth Morton and the 2 small pieces to John Morgan. I do direct that Rosannah and Lucinda by their representatives William Tapp and Baxter D. Townes(?) endeavor to divide said land and if they cannot agree then I appoint John Morgan, Col. William Martin, William Oates, Esqr. James Irvin, Esqr., Charles Summers and Valentine Whitmer or any three of them to make the division. Also six head of sheep because she hath not had any Sheep or hogs. And be it understood that the lands bequeathed to my daughters Elizabeth, Rosannah and Lucinda is to be considered as ap**** of their portion of lands.

I do direct that all my moveable property that is not bequeathed be sold on reasonable credit. That collections be made on the Judgements obtained. Such at issue monies due to me and to become due, Sales of land made and to be made by my agents William Sudouth, Fielding Bradford, Humphrey Marshall, William Mountjoy, William P. Fleming, Achilles Sneed, Thomas Triplett(?) and Benjamin S. Chambers, with part of which to pay all my just debts and then pattent my land claims.

Whereas my son William, when a youth by impudence destroyed his constitution which produced the Nervous(?) affection and rendered him incapable of managing for himsel; My will and desire is that it be contrived that he return to this qurter again. And that he be aided with some person in good circumstances. And of good character with Whom he would be Satisfied to live with and that he be furnished with good clothing which boarding and clothing to be paid for out of my Estate and in particular of the property to be sold. And the collections to be made as above Stated. And should he incline to work at his trade that he be furnished with Suitable tools to have the use of them so long as he will or can use them. And what he shall earn by his labour not to go towards his boarding or clothing.

And my will and desire is that my lands and money to be collected that is not herein disposed of be equally and equitable divided among all my children. That the four children owned by my son William entitled to his share. And the children of my daughter Anne Morehead decd. be entitled to her Share.

In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my Hand and Seal this ____ day of ____ 1822.

Charles Morgan-Seal

Be it remembered and hereby understood that Since Signing the above described Will, I sold my Negro Woman Charlotte to Baxter D. Townes and received payment Therefore as an equivalent. Therefore I give and bequeath to my daughter Lucinda 200 acres of land lying in Livingston county on the waters of the pigeon roost fork. Allowing her the privilege of making choice of the claim granted to John Dickey or John Steele. To enjoy it during her lifetime then to be the property of her children.

I do appoint my son John and Baxter D. Townes Executors of this my last will and Testament. In testimony whereof I have again Set my Hand and Seal this 18 day of March 1822.

Charles Morgan - Seal

Signed Sealed and Acknowledged in presents of
Will D. Allison
Will Pollard
Ch. A. Wickliffe
John Byrd
Wm. Bell

Muhlenberg County
July county court 1822
The foregoing Last Will and Testament of Charles Morgan decd. was exhibited into court by the Executor therein named and proven by the Oaths of Will Pollard, Charles Wickliffe and Jno. Byrd, subscribing Witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded.

Att. Ch. F. W i n g, Clk.2

Children of Charles Morgan and Susanna Doggett

Citations

  1. Will of William Morgan.
  2. Will of Charles Morgan of Muhlenberg County.
  3. "Anthony Morgan of Old Rappahannock Co.," Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 25 (April 1944).
  4. Ancestral File. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
  5. 1810 US Census, Kentucky.
  6. 1820 US Census, Kentucky.

Susanna Doggett1

#9233, b. circa 1750
     Susanna Doggett was born circa 1750.1 She married Charles Morgan, son of William Morgan and Mary Duncan.1
     She may have been in the household of Charles Morgan in the 1810 census in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, USA.2

Children of Susanna Doggett and Charles Morgan

Citations

  1. Ancestral File. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
  2. 1810 US Census, Kentucky.
  3. Will of Charles Morgan of Muhlenberg County.

Elizabeth Morgan1

#9234, b. circa 1771
     Elizabeth Morgan is estimated to have been born circa 1771 in Fauquier County, Virginia. She was the daughter of Charles Morgan and Susanna Doggett.1 She married (?) Morton.1

Citations

  1. Will of Charles Morgan of Muhlenberg County.

Willis Morgan1

#9235, b. circa 1775
     Willis Morgan was born circa 1775 in Fauquier County, Virginia.2 He was the son of Charles Morgan and Susanna Doggett.1
     Willis Morgan was enumerated in the 1810 census in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, USA, age 26-45, with 1 slave.3
     Willis Morgan was enumerated in the 1820 census in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, USA, age 26-45, with 1 male 16-26, 2 females 16-26, and 7 slaves.4
     Willis Morgan was enumerated in the 1830 census in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, USA, age 50-60, with 9 slaves.2

Citations

  1. Will of Charles Morgan of Muhlenberg County.
  2. 1830 US Census, Kentucky.
  3. 1810 US Census, Kentucky.
  4. 1820 US Census, Kentucky.

Mary Morgan1

#9236, b. circa 1743
     Mary Morgan is estimated to have been born circa 1743 in Prince William [now Fauquier] County, Virginia. She was the daughter of William Morgan and Mary Duncan.1,2 She married George Settle circa 1762 in Fauquier County, Virginia.3,4
     Mary Morgan received a bequest in the will of William Morgan on 29 April 1797.1

Children of Mary Morgan and George Settle

Citations

  1. Will of William Morgan.
  2. "Anthony Morgan of Old Rappahannock Co.," Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 25 (April 1944).
  3. Ancestral File. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
  4. Internet.
  5. Research of Terry Mason.

George Settle1

#9237, b. circa 1735, d. 1820
     George Settle was born circa 1735 in King George County, Virginia.2 He is estimated to have been born circa 1738 in Virginia.1 He married Mary Morgan, daughter of William Morgan and Mary Duncan, circa 1762 in Fauquier County, Virginia.1,2 He died in 1820 in Warren County, Kentucky, USA.3
     He made a will Will of GEORGE SETTLE
Warren Co., KY - Will Book B, Page 310, July Court 1820

In the name of God Amen.

I GEORGE SETTLE of Warren County and State of Kentucky being of perfect mind and memory make this my last Will and Testament. First I desire to be buried in a decent Christian like manner, my temporal?? ? Estate I bequeath and dispose of in the following manner, viz:

To my son CHARLES SETTLE I bequeath the tract of land that bought of DANIEL WEATHERS for one hundred acres be the same more or less also the twenty acres that I bought of JOHN MAYFIELD, SENR. With the Grist Mill that is now on it which tract of land I have made Deeds for to said CHARLES SETTLE above Fr???, one Negro boy named Woodford, also one Negro girl named Catherine which is a child of Sonnys which girl is gave for the passing of the Balance of Sonny's Children and at my death Sonny and the balance of her children to be given up and sold with my other property that is to be sold. Also to my daughter MOLLY SMITH to have the land she now lives on, which land I purchased of JOHN MAN [NOTE: it looked like MAN in the will, but the Settle book shows it to be MARR.]. But it is to be understood that the land is to be valued by two?? or more disinterested persons and if valued to more than her equal part she must pay the surplus of the balance to the heirs, and if it is valued less than the value of her part, it is to be made up to her . The balance of my lands and other property to be sold and divided in the following manner. That is my son THOMAS SETTLE Deceased, his heirs to have fifty dollars extra, and then the balance of my estate to be equally divided Between my son THOMAS SETTLE deceased, his heirs, and my Daughter HANNAH WILLIS Deceased, the heirs of her body, my daughter BETSEY YOUNG and the heirs of her body, my son WILLIAM SETTLE Deceased his heirs, my daughter MOLLY SMITH, and the heirs of her body, my son J. M. SETTLE, my son ISAAC SETTLE, and my son SIMON SETTLE . I also wish?? and make choices of DANIEL DAUGHTRY, GEORGE RUSSELL and JOHN BECKHAM as executors to my estate whom I constitute and appoint as executors of this my last will and [NOTE: last line on page could not be read] heretofore made declaring and ratifying and confirming this and no other to be my last will and testament.

In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twentieth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty.

Signed sealed published and declared by the within??? Testa tor GEORGE SETTLE to be his last will and testament. In presence of us who subscribed our name in presence of the testator and of each other.

GEORGE SETTLE (Seal)
ARGIBLE LAWRENCE
WILLIAM (his X mark) WILLIS

Warren County - July County Court 1820 [NOTE: it REALLY looks like 1828]

The last will and testament of GEORGE SETTLE Deceased was produced in Court and proved by the oath of WILLIAM WILLIS and ARGIBLE LAWRENCE two of the subscribing witnesses thereto, to be the last will and testament of the said GEORGE SETTLE and ordered to record.

Test. JON C. HODSON, ??CC.

Children of George Settle and Mary Morgan

Citations

  1. Ancestral File. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
  2. Internet.
  3. Research of Terry Mason.

Elizabeth Morgan1,2

#9238, b. circa 1749
     Elizabeth Morgan is estimated to have been born circa 1749 in Prince William [now Fauquier] County, Virginia. She was the daughter of William Morgan and Mary Duncan.1,3,2 She married John McCormick.2
     Elizabeth Morgan received a bequest in the will of William Morgan on 29 April 1797.1

Children of Elizabeth Morgan and John McCormick

Citations

  1. Will of William Morgan.
  2. Fauquier County Virgina Deeds.
  3. "Anthony Morgan of Old Rappahannock Co.," Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 25 (April 1944).
  4. Ancestry World Tree (Research of John Cullen: John Cullen).

John McCormick1

#9239, b. circa 1745, d. 5 May 1817
     John McCormick is estimated to have been born circa 1745 in Virginia. He married Elizabeth Morgan, daughter of William Morgan and Mary Duncan.2 He died on 5 May 1817 in Fauquier County, Virginia, USA.3

Children of John McCormick and Elizabeth Morgan

Citations

  1. Morgan GenForum.
  2. Fauquier County Virgina Deeds.
  3. Ancestry World Tree (Research of John Cullen: John Cullen).

Phoebe Morgan1,2

#9240, b. 13 September 1751, d. 16 August 1837
     Phoebe Morgan was born on 13 September 1751 in Prince William [now Fauquier] County, Virginia.3 She was the daughter of William Morgan and Mary Duncan.1,4,2 She married Jacob Fishback on 18 February 1771 in Fauquier County, Virginia.3,5 She died on 16 August 1837 in Clark County, Kentucky, USA, at age 85.4
     Phoebe Morgan received a bequest in the will of William Morgan on 29 April 1797.1

Children of Phoebe Morgan and Jacob Fishback

Citations

  1. Will of William Morgan.
  2. Fauquier County Virgina Deeds.
  3. Ancestral File. Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.
  4. "Anthony Morgan of Old Rappahannock Co.," Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, 25 (April 1944).
  5. Unknown subject.
  6. RootsWeb WorldConnect (WorldConnect: Jeanne Arguelles).
  7. Research of Terry Mason.