Charles Morgan1

#10901, b. circa 1800, d. 31 March 1853
     Charles Morgan was born circa 1800 in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.2,3,4 He was the son of John Morgan and Elizabeth Rardin.1 He married Martha Matilda Vail.4 He died on 31 March 1853 in Clinton, Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.3 He was buried in Clinton United Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.3

Children of Charles Morgan and Martha Matilda Vail

Citations

  1. Will Book, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
  2. 1800 US Census, Pennsylvania.
  3. Gravestone, Clinton United Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Clinton, Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.
  4. 1850 US Census, Pennsylvania.
  5. FamilySearch, Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994.
  6. Allegheny County Pennsylvania Deeds.
  7. Ancestry.com, Pennsylvania Death Certificates, 1906-1944.
  8. FamilySearch, Pittsburgh City Deaths, 1870-1905.

Daniel Morgan1

#10902, b. circa 1804, d. 26 September 1867
     Daniel Morgan was born circa 1804 in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.2,3 He was the son of John Morgan and Elizabeth Rardin.1,3 He died on 26 September 1867 in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.2 He was buried in Clinton United Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.2

Citations

  1. Will Book, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
  2. Gravestone, Clinton United Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Clinton, Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.
  3. 1850 US Census, Pennsylvania.

Jeremiah Morgan1

#10903, b. circa 1815, d. 2 November 1867
     Jeremiah Morgan was born circa 1815 in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.2 He was the son of John Morgan and Elizabeth Rardin.1,2 He married Emily Scott.3 He died on 2 November 1867 in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.4 He was buried in Clinton United Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.4

Child of Jeremiah Morgan and Emily Scott

Citations

  1. Will Book, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
  2. 1850 US Census, Pennsylvania.
  3. Will Book, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
  4. Gravestone, Clinton United Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Clinton, Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.
  5. Ancestry.com, Pennsylvania Death Certificates, 1906-1944.

James Morgan1

#10904, b. circa 1809
     James Morgan was born circa 1809 in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.2,3,4 He was the son of John Morgan and Elizabeth Rardin.1 He married Hannah Strouse.5,4

Children of James Morgan and Hannah Strouse

Citations

  1. Will Book, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
  2. 1860 US Census, Pennsylvania.
  3. 1870 US Census, Ohio.
  4. 1880 US Census, Ohio.
  5. History of Allegheny County Pennsylvania.
  6. 1850 US Census, Pennsylvania.
  7. Find A Grave.
  8. Ancestry.com, Indiana Death Certificates, 1899-2011.
  9. FamilySearch, Ohio Deaths, 1908-1953.

Simon D. Morgan1

#10905, b. circa 1817, d. 7 February 1857
     Simon D. Morgan was born circa 1817 in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.2 He was the son of John Morgan and Elizabeth Rardin.1 He died on 7 February 1857 in Washington, Mason County, Kentucky, USA.3 He was buried in Washington Baptist Cemetery, Mason County, Kentucky, USA.3
     Obituary: Died, on Saturday, Feb. 7, 1857, at the residence of his relative, Col. Stephen Morgan, near Washington, Ky, after a long confinement, of consumption, Mr. Simon D. Morgan, of Morganza, Wayne County, Virginia, aged about 45 years. The deceased was a man of marked energy of character. His strong native intellect was highly cultivated, and fitted him for the most exalted and responsible stations. He was a graduate of Jefferson College, Pennsylvania, and afterwards studied law - thus preparing himself for a brilliant and honorable career. But he sought in retirement, and in the liberal enjoyment of an ample fortune, that pleasure which too many seek in vain in the turmoils of an active public life. He had no family of his own, but his fine social qualities, winning manners and generaous heart made him many attached and devoted friends, who will mourn the loss of an excellent neighbour and worthy citizen. He was most tenderly and kindly nursed during his protracted illness. His funeral was preached in the Presbyterian Church at Washington by the pastor, Rev. J. H. Condit, and a large concourse followed his remains to their final resting place among the tombs of some of his relatives in the Baptist graveyard.3

Child of Simon D. Morgan

Citations

  1. Will Book, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
  2. 1850 US Census, Ohio.
  3. Eagle, Maysville, Mason County, Kentucky.
  4. FamilySearch, Ohio Deaths, 1908-1953.
  5. Will Book, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

William Morgan1

#10906, b. 20 August 1813, d. 16 July 1861
     William Morgan was born on 20 August 1813 in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.2,3 He was the son of John Morgan and Elizabeth Rardin.1 He married Susanna Wilson.4 He died on 16 July 1861 in Clinton County, Ohio, USA, at age 47.3

Children of William Morgan and Susanna Wilson

Citations

  1. Will Book, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
  2. 1860 US Census, Ohio.
  3. Find A Grave.
  4. 1850 US Census, Ohio.
  5. FamilySearch, Ohio Probate Records, 1789-1996.
  6. Ancestry.com, Indiana Death Certificates, 1899-2011.

Mary Morgan1

#10907, b. circa 1820, d. 14 July 1848
     Mary Morgan is estimated to have been born circa 1820 in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA. She was the daughter of John Morgan and Elizabeth Rardin.2 She married William Urie, son of John Urie.1 She died on 14 July 1848 in Pennsylvania, USA.3

Child of Mary Morgan and William Urie

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com, Pennsylvania Death Certificates, 1906-1944.
  2. Will Book, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
  3. Find A Grave.

William Urie1

#10908, b. circa 1820, d. 20 November 1848
     William Urie is estimated to have been born circa 1820 in Pennsylvania, USA.2 He was the son of John Urie.2 He married Mary Morgan, daughter of John Morgan and Elizabeth Rardin.1 He died on 20 November 1848 in Pennsylvania, USA.3

Child of William Urie and Mary Morgan

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com, Pennsylvania Death Certificates, 1906-1944.
  2. 1850 US Census, Pennsylvania.
  3. Find A Grave.
  4. Will Book, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.

Elizabeth Georgiana Urie

#10909, b. 28 August 1845, d. 23 July 1911
     Elizabeth Georgiana Urie was born on 28 August 1845 in Canonsburg, Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA.1 She was the daughter of William Urie and Mary Morgan.1,2 She married John Lyttleton Cooke circa 1864.3,1,4 She died on 23 July 1911 in Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA, at age 65.1

Children of Elizabeth Georgiana Urie and John Lyttleton Cooke

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com, Pennsylvania Death Certificates, 1906-1944.
  2. Will Book, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
  3. Ancestry.com, US Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.
  4. 1900 US Census, Pennsylvania.
  5. 1870 US Census, Pennsylvania.
  6. Death Certificate, Missouri Digital Heritage.
  7. FamilySearch, Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947.

Stephen D. Morgan1,2

#10910, b. 23 November 1809, d. 4 August 1865
     Stephen D. Morgan was born on 23 November 1809 in Pennsylvania, USA.1,3 He was the son of Daniel Morgan.4,5 He married Ellen Douglas White, daughter of Squire White and Lydia C. Cushing, on 9 November 1851 in Mason County, Kentucky, USA.6 He died on 4 August 1865 in Mason County, Kentucky, USA, at age 55.1,7 He was buried in Washington Baptist Cemetery, Mason County, Kentucky, USA.1
     Obituary: Died at his residence, near Washington, on Thursday night, the 3rd inst., from an attack of apoplexy, Col. Stephen Morgan, in the fifty-sixth year of his age. The deceased was an old and well known citizen of Mason county, so that a more lengthy notice than the above is demanded. His sudden death shocked the entire community. He was in Maysville on Thursday attending to his business, apparently in the enjoyment at good health. He returned home in the afternoon and spent the early part of the evening in conversation with a friend, entertaining no apprehension of immediate danger, though he had long expected to die suddenly. At 10-1/2 o'clock, soon after retiring, the mebers of his household were called to his room and found him in a state of paralysis. His physician, who arrived very soon, pronounced his case hopeless. His words were few and incoherent and at 12-1/2 o'clock he expired. Funeral services were held at his residence, on Saturday morning, at 10 o'clock a.m., by the Rev. Mr. Gregg, Rector of the Church of the Nativity, Maysville. At the conclusion of the religious service, the Masons, who were present in a body, took charge of his remains and with becoming ceremony, conveyed them to their last resting place. The assemblage at the grave was very large, and all seemed to be profoundly impressed by the sad occurrance, and by the beautiful and appropriate words of the Masonic ritual, solemnly pronounced by the Master of the Lodge, and concluded by the Rev. Mr. Gregg in a short prayer. The absence of Mrs. Morgan, in New York, at the time of her husband's death, and her inability to reach home in time for the funeral, made the occasion still more sad. Col. Morgan was a man of large heart and tender sympathies. He was a good neighbour, a true friend, a kind and affectionate husband. He did many acts of kindness and he was always ready to befriend the poor and needy. Just and upright in all his business dealings, he led a quiet and peaceable life, and he passed away with the regrets of all who knew him.7

Citations

  1. Gravestone, Washington Baptist Cemetery, Mason County, Kentucky, USA.
  2. Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, Cemetery Records of Mason County Kentucky.
  3. 1860 US Census, Kentucky.
  4. Will Book, Mason County, Kentucky.
  5. Will Book, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
  6. Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry, Marriage Records of Mason County Kentucky.
  7. Eagle, Maysville, Mason County, Kentucky.