261Nancy Addaline4 MORGAN was born on Sep 21, 1842 in Rockingham Co., NC, USA, age 8 in 1850 census; age 17 in 1860; 27 in 1870; 37 in 1880; 1900 census gives bd as 7/1842;
Bp as Booneville, NC?; Jay Morgan: Rockingham Co., NC.dcccxxxix,dcccxl,dcccxli,dcccxlii,dcccxliii,dcccxliv,dcccxlv She was a Weaver. She was listed in the census of Hardin MORGAN and Elizabeth WHITE on Dec 5, 1850 at Beaver Island District, Stokes, NC, USA.dcccxlvi She was listed in the census of Hardin MORGAN and Elizabeth WHITE in 1860 i at Boonville, Yadkin, NC, USA.dcccxlvii She corresponded with Milton Stamp MORGAN on Dec 31, 1865 from Rogersville, TN, USA, in which he calls Nancy his cousin and identifies Nancy's father as his Uncle. See exhibit. States he and his brothers William and Pleasant served in Union army. States all his family were Union sympatizers, "true Union." She was listed in the census of Hardin MORGAN and Elizabeth WHITE on Jun 18, 1870 at Providence, Hardin, IA, USA.dcccxlviii Her married name was MIDDLETON. She married Albert MIDDLETON at Liscomb, Marshall, IA, USA, a widower with 9 children.dcccxlix She and Albert MIDDLETON were divorced circa 1874 at Liscomb, Marshall, IA, USA, She was left alone when her daughter was 3 weeks old. Albert not in 1880 Census; 1900 census gives divorced.dcccl,dcccli She appeared in the census of May 6, 1880 of 41 Main St., Liscomb, Marshall, IA, USA, 41 Main St. Next to father Hardin's house.dccclii She appeared in the census of 1900 of Liscomb, Marshall, IA, USA.dcccliii She died on Oct 30, 1917 at Liscomb, Marshall, IA, USA, of pneumonia.dcccliv,dccclv,dccclvi She was buried at Liscomb Cemetery, Liscomb, Marshall, IA, USA, in Morgan family plot.dccclvii Biography: She taught school in NC. She was adept at loom weaving and had a loom in her Liscomb home. While in the south she and family spun and wove their own clothes. They helped to pick the cotton and tobacco on the plantation. While her father was in the service, Nancy acted as the manager of the tobacco picking by their slaves. She was known for her hospitality (and her fried, dried apple pies and liver puddings.) 1880 Census lists her with two children, no husband, age 37, a weaver, living at 41 Main St, 6 houses from her father. 1900 Census lists her alone in Liscomb, divorced, 2 children living.dccclviii She was also known as Ann.dccclix
2611 Charles5 MIDDLETON was born on Sep 25, 1872 in Liscomb, Marshall, IA, USA, 1880 Census: 7 years.dccclx,dccclxi He was listed in the census of Nancy Addaline MORGAN on May 6, 1880 at 41 Main St., Liscomb, Marshall, IA, USA.dccclxii He married Etta BROWN a widow with one child.dccclxiii He resided in KS, USA, at one time. He died after 1923.dccclxiv He was also known as Charley MIDDLETON.dccclxv,dccclxvi Research: Charles MIDDLETON: Charles was a son by Albert's first wife. Biography: Living in 1880, age 7 in Liscomb. Living in 1900 per mother's census.
His uncle James wrote of him: "Charlie - no good - all his life."
2612 Ellen Annetta5 MIDDLETON was born on Sep 14, 1874 in Liscomb, Marshall Co., IA, USA, age 5.dccclxvii,dccclxviii She was listed in the census of Nancy Addaline MORGAN on May 6, 1880 at 41 Main St., Liscomb, Marshall, IA, USA.dccclxix Her married name was SEIMS. She married Gideon Frazier KERSEY in Jun 12, 1893 at Liscomb, IA, USA.dccclxx,dccclxxi Her married name was KERSEY.dccclxxii,dccclxxiii She was living in 1900 1900 Census of mother lists two living children.dccclxxiv She resided in Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA, USA.dccclxxv She died on Aug 19, 1934.dccclxxvi She was buried at Liscomb, IA, USA.dccclxxvii Biography: Has letter from Milton Stamp Morgan to her mother. Morgan genealogy gives her name as T'Cora Annette and Nettie. 1880 Census lists her as Nicola. 1900 Census of mother lists her as living and not in Liscomb IA. Had other daughters beside Dorothy. She also went by the name of T'Cora Annette. She also went by the name of Nettie.dccclxxviii She was also known as Nicola MIDDLETON.dccclxxix,dccclxxx,dccclxxxi,dccclxxxii 26121 Marue6 KERSEY was born on May 9, 1894.dccclxxxiii She died on May 9, 1894 at birth.dccclxxxiv 26122 Dorothy Muriel6 KERSEY was born on Jun 1, 1899 in Liscomb, IA, USA.dccclxxxv She was educated at Marshalltown High School and 1 term at Iowa State Teacher's College at Cedar Falls, IA. She was a a school teacher for 2 1/2 years and worked in a doctor's office. She married Knudt Olai SEIM in Dec 28, 1920.dccclxxxvi,dccclxxxvii Her married name was SEIM. She resided in Melbourne, IA, USA.dccclxxxviii She Has original 1865 letter from Milton Stamp Milton to his cousin Nancy A. Morgan. Sent copy to Vivian Morgan Uran in 1950.
261221 Betty Annette7 SEIM was born on Nov 22, 1921 in Marshalltown, IA, USA.dccclxxxix She graduated from Marshalltown High School, Marshalltown, IA, USA.dcccxc She married Howard Francis VINT in Jun 12, 1940.dcccxci Her married name was VINT.dcccxcii 2612211 Larry Francis8 VINT was born on May 12, 1941 in Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA, USA.dcccxciii 2612212 William Dean8 VINT was born on Mar 18, 1943 in Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA, USA.dcccxciv 2612213Mary Sue8 VINT was born on Oct 6, 1945 in Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA, USA.dcccxcv 2612214 Thomas Lee8 VINT was born on Jul 20, 1948 in Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA, USA.dcccxcvi 2612215 Jon Howard8 VINT was born on Nov 4, 1952 in Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA, USA.dcccxcvii 261222 Richard Knudt7 SEIM was born on Sep 5, 1928 in Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA, USA.dcccxcviii He was educated Marshalltown IA Junior College for 2 years and attended I.S.T.C. in Ames, IA.dcccxcix He graduated on May 7, 1946 from Albion High School, Albion, Marshall Co., IA, USA, He was class valedictorian.cm He was a He assisted his father with electrical work and worked for the IA State Highway Comm. as a rod man. He was an agricultural journalist student and a farm director at Ames. He married Alene SLOPPY in Oct 27, 1950 at Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA, USA.cmi He was in military service in Nov 6, 1950 He served at Ft. Leonard Wood, MO. He served in Korea for 11 months. He was a corporal and received several ribbons.cmii He was a an agricultural journalist at I.S.A.C at Ames, IA. He was a farm director on radio station WOI at Ames. He resided in 1955 in Ames, IA, USA. He was a a farmer at S.E. of, Albion, Marshall Co., IA, USA.
2612221 Becky Ann8 SEIM was born on Aug 27, 1953 in Ames, IA, USA.cmiii 261223 Gerald Lee7 SEIM was born on Nov 2, 1929 in Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA, USA.cmiv He graduated on May 6, 1947 from Marshalltown High School, Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA, USA, and attended junior college in Marshalltown.cmv He was a a filing clerk at Fisher Governor of Marshalltown for 1 year. He sold Singer sewing machines for 1 year. He was a storekeeper for Iowa Electric Light and Power Co. in Marshalltown. He married Marilyn SHAFFER in Aug 30, 1952.cmvi He resided in 1955 in Marshalltown, IA, USA.cmvii 261224 Nancy Charleen7 SEIM was born on Mar 9, 1932 in Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA, USA.cmviii She graduated on Jun 1, 1950 from Marshalltown High School, Marshalltown, IA, USA.cmix She was a She worked in CA before her marriage. She was a telephone operator at Downey and became supervisor. Her married name was CULTER.cmx She married Edward CULTER in Mar 24, 1952.cmxi She resided in 1955 in Whittier, Los Angeles Co., CA, USA.cmxii 2612241 Cathy Ann8 CULTER was born on May 23, 1953.cmxiii 261225Allan Lynn7 SEIM was born on Sep 4, 1935 in Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA, USA.cmxiv He graduated on 1953 from Albion Consolidated School. He resided in 1955 in Melbourne, IA, USA, R.F.D. He was a A G.2 in Soil Conservation work in 1955. He graduated on May 28, 1960 from Iowa State University, Ames, IA, USA, BS in Agronomy.
261226 Darryl Franklin7 SEIM. Medically, he Darryl contracted polio at 5 months of age, leaving him with cerebral palsy. He was born on Jul 22, 1938 in Melbourne, IA, USA.cmxv He resided in 1955 in Melbourne, IA, USA.cmxvi 26123 Helen Doris6 KERSEY was born on Jul 21, 1904 in Union, IA, USA.cmxvii She married Sam SKILL in Apr 5, 1921.cmxviii Her married name was SKILL.cmxix She graduated on 1923 from Marshalltown High School, Marshalltown, Marshall Co., IA, USA, and attended I.S.T.C. in Cedar Falls for 1 year.cmxx She resided in between 1947 and 1955 in Bellflower, CA, USA.cmxxi She was a a nurse at West Suburban Hospital at Oak Park, IL, USA.cmxxii 261231 John Middleton7 SKILL was born on Aug 7, 1930.cmxxiii He graduated on 1947 from High School, Bellflower, CA, USA.cmxxiv He was in military service in the Navy. He resided in 1954 in Bellflower, CA, USA. He married Anne WATSON in Jun 16, 1954.
261232 Ellen Annette7 SKILL was born on Aug 3, 1935.cmxxv 26124 Evelyn Elizabeth6 KERSEY was born on Aug 6, 1912 in Marshalltown, IA, USA.cmxxvi She graduated on 1931 from Marshalltown High School, Marshalltown, IA, USA, and attended Marshalltown Business College for 14 months.cmxxvii Her married name was JOHNSON.cmxxviii She married Roy JOHNSON in Feb 8, 1939.cmxxix She resided in 1955 in Bellflower, CA, USA.cmxxx 261241 David7 JOHNSON was born on Jun 16, 1947.cmxxxi 261242 Jimmie7JOHNSON
262 Mary Jane4 MORGAN was born on Oct 10, 1845 in Rockingham Co., NC, USA, age 5 in 1850 census; age 13 in 1860; Jay Morgan: Rockingham Co., NC.cmxxxii,cmxxxiii,cmxxxiv,cmxxxv,cmxxxvi She was listed in the census of Hardin MORGAN and Elizabeth WHITE on Dec 5, 1850 at Beaver Island District, Stokes, NC, USA.cmxxxvii She was listed in the census of Hardin MORGAN and Elizabeth WHITE in 1860 i at Boonville, Yadkin, NC, USA.cmxxxviii Her married name was SPEERS.cmxxxix She married Aquilla SPEERS in Jul 30, 1866 at Stokes Co., NC, USA.cmxl,cmxli,cmxlii She and Aquilla SPEERS immigrated circa 1867 to Marshalltown, IA, USA,; and rented a farm from Aquilla's relatives by the name of Hadley. She used snuff at that time.cmxliii She raised Melissa after her mother's death.cmxliv Her married name was HAGUE.cmxlv She married Joseph HAGUE.cmxlvi,cmxlvii She Mollie had no children but raised Quill's 3 children. She farmed near Banger for many years with her stepson Jim. Later she lived in Iowa Falls and Des Moines, IA. She died on Jul 2, 1931 at Des Moines, IA, USA, from complications following a broken hip. (Liscomb also given.).cmxlviii,cmxlix,cml,cmli She was buried at Liscomb Cemetery, Liscomb, IA, USA, in the Morgan family plot.cmlii,cmliii Biography: She worked in a hotel in New Providence; he rented a farm from relatives. She lived on farm near Union and they were Quakers. She raised Quill's 3 children and took her sister Melissa's newborn daughter, Melissa Frances Hanson, and raised her.cmliv She also went by the name of Mollie.cmlv She was Quaker.
263 Melissa Frances4 MORGAN was born on Jun 12, 1847 in Rockingham Co., NC, USA, age 3 in 1850 census; age 13 in 1860; Rockingham Co., NC.cmlvi,cmlvii,cmlviii,cmlix,cmlx,cmlxi Her married name was HANSON. She was listed in the census of Hardin MORGAN and Elizabeth WHITE on Dec 5, 1850 at Beaver Island District, Stokes, NC, USA.cmlxii She was listed in the census of Hardin MORGAN and Elizabeth WHITE in 1860 i at Boonville, Yadkin, NC, USA.cmlxiii She immigrated with Mary Jane MORGAN and Aquilla SPEERS in circa 1867 to Marshalltown, IA, USA.cmlxiv She married Olif HANSON in 1871 at IA, USA.cmlxv,cmlxvi,cmlxvii She died on Feb 16, 1873 at Liscomb, IA, USA, Died at age 25, in childbirth.cmlxviii,cmlxix,cmlxx,cmlxxi She was buried at Liscomb Cemetery, Liscomb, IA, USA, in the Morgan Family plot.cmlxxii,cmlxxiii Biography: Her husband was in Gowrie, IA in 1900. She was also known as Lissa.cmlxxiv 2631 Melissa Frances5 HANSON was born on Feb 10, 1873 in Liscomb, IA, USA.cmlxxv,cmlxxvi Her married name was CLARK. She raised Melissa after her mother's death.cmlxxvii She married Fred C. CLARK in Nov 6, 1895.cmlxxviii,cmlxxix She died on Jul 26, 1959 at Nora Springs, Floyd, IA, USA.cmlxxx Biography: She was a genealogist. Her father was in Gowrie, IA in 1900. She taught piano for 25 years, was a choir leader, and church organist for 20 years. She was past president of American Legion Auxiliary and a member of the Farm Bureau. Fred drank. She was always known as Birdie HANSON.cmlxxxi,cmlxxxii 26311 Paul C.6 CLARK was born on Oct 19, 1896 in Bangor, IA, USA.cmlxxxiii He was in military service WWI. He was a oil distributor. He married Estelle Louise DICKSON in Mar 3, 1930 at Minneapolis, MN, USA.cmlxxxiv He resided in 1955 in Eldora, IA, USA.cmlxxxv He died in 1969. He Masonic Lodge, Eastern Star, American Legion, V.F.W., and Wild Life.
263111 Betty7 CLARK was born on Mar 26, 1931 in Hampton, IA, USA.cmlxxxvi She married (--?--) WILSON.cmlxxxvii Her married name was WILSON.cmlxxxviii 26312 Wade H.6 CLARK was born on Feb 1, 1898 in Union, IA, USA.cmlxxxix He was in military service WWI. He was a a sales manager for the Chevrolet Comp. He married Mae WERNER in Nov 21, 1923 at Dubuque, IA, USA.cmxc He resided in 1955 in Dubuque, IA, USA.cmxci He was a member of the American Legion, Order of Elks, and Eagles Lodge.
263121 Shirley Mae7 CLARK was born on Aug 13, 1927 in Dubuque, IA, USA.cmxcii She married (--?--) BECKER.cmxciii Her married name was BECKER.cmxciv She resided in Dubuque, IA, USA. She was educated Graduate of Clark College and attended Drake Univ. Works for Catholic Welfare.
26313 Neil H.6 CLARK was born on Nov 1, 1899 in Union, IA, USA, also 1900.cmxcv He was in military service WWII: in Signal Corps; convoy duty. He was a a plasterer; building contractor in 1950 at San Pedro, CA, USA. He resided in Pasadena, CA, USA.cmxcvi He resided in Tuscon, AZ, USA.
26314 Vivian Mary6 CLARK was born on Jul 26, 1902 in Union, IA, USA.cmxcvii She was educated at Boston University MA. She married Everett T. MARSHALL in Dec 25, 1923 at Des Moines, IA, USA, also Dec 31, 1922.cmxcviii,cmxcix Her married name was MARSHALL. She resided in 1950 in Des Moines, IA, USA, 1623 1/2 East 9th St.m 263141 Everett T.7 MARSHALL Jr was born on Aug 5, 1926 in Des Moines, IA, USA.mi He graduated from Boston University, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA, USA, M.A.mii He was a Conoco Oil Co. auditor in 1950. He was also known as Ernest Max MARSHALL.
26315 Max R.6 CLARK was born on Aug 10, 1904 in Union, IA, USA.miii He graduated from Iowa State Teachers College, Ames, IA, USA, B. A.miv He graduated from Iowa State Teachers College M.A. He was a a superintendent of schools for 23 years and in school work for 29 years. He married Dorothy Alice CUNLIFFE in Jun 22, 1931 at Strawberry Point, IA, USA, also June 20, 1931.mv He resided in 1955 in Dubuque, IA, USA.mvi He was a member of the a past president of Rotary Club, Civic Music Assoc., Iowa Superintendnts, and member of Elks, Masonic Lodge, Shriner, and director of United Fund of Iowa.
263151 Barbara Ann7 CLARK was born on Aug 21, 1932 in Olwein, IA, USA.mvii She married (--?--) JEWETT.mviii Her married name was JEWETT.mix 26316 Elizabeth Frances6 CLARK was born on Jan 3, 1907 in Stanford, IA, USA, also Union, IA. She died on Jan 24, 1907 at Stanford, IA, USA, of pneumonia.
26317 Edward D.6 CLARK was born on Aug 14, 1909 in Union, IA, USA.mx He married Ura Adeline KEYS in Aug 12, 1938 at Santa Ana, CA, USA.mxi He was in military service in between 1942 and 1945 WWII, merchant marine.mxii He was a a supt. of plastering, contractor. He resided in 1950 in Santa Fe, NM, USA. He resided in 1952 in New Orleans, LA, USA.mxiii He resided in between 1953 and 1955 in Dallas, TX, USA.mxiv He was also known as Ed. He resided in Tuscon, AZ, USA.
26318 Fred Woodrow6 CLARK was born on Jul 17, 1911 in Nashua, IA, USA. He died on Nov 11, 1912 at Nashua, IA, USA. He was buried at Union, IA, USA.
26319 Roger6 CLARK was born on Nov 25, 1915 in Nora Springs, IA, USA.mxv He was a sash and door/woodwork. He was in military service WWII: 3 years, US Navy, in India and China. He was a Farley Lisch Manuf. Co in 1950. He resided in 1955 in Dubuque, IA, USA.mxvi 264 Mason Fuel4 MORGAN was born on Feb 6, 1849 in Beaver Island District, Stokes, NC, USA, age 11 in 1860 census.mxvii,mxviii,mxix,mxx,mxxi He was listed in the census of Hardin MORGAN and Elizabeth WHITE on Dec 5, 1850 at Beaver Island District, Stokes, NC, USA.mxxii He was listed in the census of Hardin MORGAN and Elizabeth WHITE in 1860 i at Boonville, Yadkin, NC, USA.mxxiii He Not with family in 1870 census in 1870. He was educated at Penn College, Oskaloosa, IA, USA. He graduated from Drake University, Des Moines, IA, USA.mxxiv He was a a prominent Iowa school teacher for over 40 years. He married Judith Elizabeth GARRETT in Apr 2, 1900.mxxv,mxxvi,mxxvii He resided Monroe (Jasper Co, IA ?). He was retired in 1925 at Altona, IA, USA, as superintendent of schools for 4 years. He resided in Des Moines, IA, USA. He died on Dec 23, 1935 at Des Moines, IA, USA.mxxviii,mxxix,mxxx He was buried at Glendale Cemetery, Des Moines, IA, USA.mxxxi He was the subject of an Obituary Veteran Teacher Pneumonia Victim
"Mace" Morgan Dies at Des Moines
In school work for more than 35 years
Superintendent of Schools at Radcliffe, Mapleton, Lake City, Deep River and Altoona -- Spent Early Days in Liscomb -- Came to Iowa in 1869.
Liscomb, Dec. 24 -- M. F. (Mace) Morgan, a teacher in the schools of Hardin and Marshall counties for many years and superintendent of schools in several Iowa towns and a resident of Liscomb in his earlier days, died Monday morning in a Des Moines hospital, according to word received here today.
Mr. Morgan who was 86 years of age, fell Saturday in his home, 1161 Twenty-sixth street, Des Moines, and suffered a fracture of the hip. Pneumonia developed and eath followed shortly after.
Mr. Morgan was born in February, 1849, in Yadkin county, North Carolina, the oldest of the 11 children of Hardin and Elizabeth Morgan.
Teacher 35 Years.
The first year in Iowa was spent in New Providence and in 1870 the family moved to Liscomb. For several years Mr. Morgan taught in the rural schools, his first position being as teacher of the Hazel Green school in Bangor township. He continued to teach for more than 35 years and served as superintendent of schools at Radcliffe, Mapleton, Lake City, Deep River, and Altoona.
He was married 37 years ago to Miss Judith Garrett of Altoona. When he retired from active school work he went to Des Moines to make his home.
He is survived by his widow and two children, Mrs. henry Lebby of Des Moines and Hubert Morgan of Trenton, N. M. A sister, Mrs. Emma Ralls of Union, and two brothers, Jack Morgan of Atascadero, Calif., and James Morgan of Seattle, Wash., also survive.
He was a member of the University Church of Christ and the University Men's Sunday school class of Des Moines.
Funeral services will be held at 1:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Dunn Funeral home, Des Moines, and burial will be in a Des Moines cemetery on Dec 24, 1938 at Liscomb, IA, USA. He was also known as Mace.mxxxii Biography: Started schooling in North Carolina, then under Mr. Jennings of the Liscomb IA school. He taught a year or two of school then attended Penn College at Oskaloosa, IA. He attended Drak University in Des Moines, IA, where he graduated from the Normal Department.
Mace was most anxious that his parents would be cared for properly in their old age and delayed his marriage until they had passed away. He paid for perpetual care of the Morgan lot in the Liscomb cemetery. When his brother Jim was 8 years old, he wanted to adopt him so that he could personally see that Jim received a fine education. It was due to Mace's influence that Jim received his Ph.B. degree from Drake University. Jim had covered 4 years prepratory work and four years University work in three years of actual attendence. Prof. Shepard once asked Mace why his brother Jim had never returned to finish his work so he could graduate. When Mace told of Jim's record, Prof. Shepard at once saw to it that Jim was given his diploma and received his Ph.B. degree.
As a boy on the plantation after the end of the Civil War, a rebel cavalry soldier on one of the horses given by Gen. Grant to all the rebel calvary soldiers, came riding thro the field where Mace was working. The soldier asked Mace for directions to a certain place. Mace gave the desired information. The man dismounted, walked over to Mace, and knocked him down. He then remounted and rode away. This incident illustrates the feeling the returned rebels had for any Northern sympathizer.
Throughout Mace's life no matter where he lived, his influence for all that was good and fine in life was felt by everyone who came in contact with him.
At the 1954 Morgan reunion, the prgram was in memory of "Uncle Mace." Glowing tributes were paid by all present and read from letters sent in by other relatives. His son Hubert gave many interesting side lights on his father's life. Mace used a piano stool to teach his son to swim. Mace was ahead of his time in many educational ways. Was advocating a "Teacher's Pension Bill" long before his death.
It was heart-warming to listen to Hubert's fine talk about his worthy father and to realize that as long as any Morgan descendant is alive or any pupil of Mason Morgan lives the name of Mason Morgan will stand for Nobility, Honesty, the best of education and good citizenship. As a pioneer teacher his influence will go marching on and on.
He was a teacher and superintendent of Iowa schools: Radcliffe, Mapleton, Lake City, Deep River, and Altoona.
According to Fern Hauser, he had a sweet tenor voice and played the guitar and added much to everyone's music education and appreciation. He was also known as Mason Fewell MORGAN.