Descendancy Narrative of John Morgan by Charles J. Vella, Ph. D



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21 (--?--)3 MORGAN was born between 1801 and 1804 in Stokes, NC, USA, 1820 Stokes census gives a daughter, 16-26 (1804 would make her 16); 1810 gives <10 (1801-1809).xxxv Biography: Not living at home in 1840 Census. She was listed in the census of Benjamin MORGAN in 1810 in at Beaver Island Dist., Stokes, NC, USA.xxxvi She was listed in the census of Benjamin MORGAN in 1820 in at Stokes, NC, USA.xxxvii
22 (--?--)3 MORGAN was born between 1804 and 1810 in Stokes, NC, USA.xxxviii She was listed in the census of Benjamin MORGAN in 1810 in at Beaver Island Dist., Stokes, NC, USA.xxxix She was listed in the census of Benjamin MORGAN in 1820 in at Stokes, NC, USA.xl She was living in 1840 at Beaver Island Dist., Stokes, NC, USA.xli She was listed in the census of Benjamin MORGAN in 1840 in at North of Road from High Rock and Hollow Pond, Stokes, NC, USA.xlii
23 Noah3 MORGAN Sr was born on Oct 29, 1807 in Beaver Island District, Stokes Co., NC, USA, age 63 in 1870 census; age 75 in 1880 census.xliii,xliv,xlv,xlvi,xlvii,xlviii He was a a farmer and carpenter. He was listed in the census of Benjamin MORGAN in 1810 in at Beaver Island Dist., Stokes, NC, USA.xlix He was listed in the census of Benjamin MORGAN in 1820 in at Stokes, NC, USA.l He was listed in the census of Benjamin MORGAN in 1840 in at North of Road from High Rock and Hollow Pond, Stokes, NC, USA.li He and Martha Frances AMOS made their marriage bond on Dec 8, 1840 Rockingham, NC, USA (NC Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868, Record # 01 185, Bond 000121030).lii He married Martha Frances AMOS in Dec 10, 1840 at Rockingham Co., NC, USA, "Lenoah Morganand Martha F. Amos.liii,liv,lv,lvi" A deed of his and Soloman MORGAN is dated Feb 26, 1842 at Stokes Co., NC, USA, signed a trust deed to Charles McAwally. He immigrated between 1846 and 1847 to Hawkins, TN, USA,; by birthplaces of children.lvii In the census of in 1850 he was listed as Lenoah MORGAN Sr.lviii,lix He and Martha Frances AMOS appeared in the census of Nov 1, 1850 of Dist. 6, Hawkins Co., TN, USA, age 42, carpenter.lx He and Martha Frances AMOS appeared in the census of 1860 of District 7, Hawkins Co., TN, USA, Linoah, age 53, carpenter.lxi He and Martha Frances AMOS appeared in the census of 1870 of Dist. 7, New Canton P.O., Hawkins Co., TN, USA, age 63, a farmer, personal property $300.lxii He and Martha Frances AMOS appeared in the census of 1880 of Dist. 2, Hawkins Co., TN, USA, age 75, farmer; and ward Matilda Collier, 10, TN.lxiii He died on Jun 3, 1891 at Rogersville, Hawkins, TN, USA, at age of 84.lxiv,lxv,lxvi,lxvii,lxviii He was buried at Cedar Grove Church Cemetery, near Rogersville, Hawkins, TN, USA, at the mouth of Hickory Cove, 5 miles N of Rogersville, Duncard Church

GS:


Noah Morgan, Sr

born Oct. 29, 1907

died June 3, 1891
Martha F. Morgan

born nov. 5, 1816

died June 8, 1894.lxix,lxx,lxxi Biography: Born in North Carolina per son Gideon. By age, not with family in 1840 census. 1850 Census of Dist. 6, Hawkins, TN gives him with first 6 children, name Senoah, age 42, carpenter. Came to Hawkins Co., TN about 1845 according to birthplaces of kids (Pleasant, age 4, born TN, 1845) in Hawkins Co Census of 1850 and 1870. 1860 Census of District 7, Hawkins Co, TN lists him as

carpenter, age 53 (property, $400), with family. The Morgans were Irish and Swedish according to son Gideon on the first page of his book: "1st. Will say that my Grand parents were descendants from Ireland and Sweeden. My Father and Mother were born in North Carolina, married and came to this State (Tennessee). My Mother was an Amos. My Father and Mother had ten children, six boys and four girls."


Uran: Welsh from mother Dicca. Married in NC and came to Rogersville, TN. Pro-Union in Civil War; voted pro-Union in both secession votes in Tennessee. Described as poor and uneducated, a farmer who occassionally worked as a carpenter, who played the violin very well, according to son Gideon. Was a "quiet, inoffensive man, very sympathetic. He was a law abiding man, and was very much opposed to mob violence...Not religious until after they were forty years old; after which they were church-goers." Son Gideon had them buried at Cemetery at Cedar Grove Church of the Brethern (Duncard Church), Hawkins Co, TN, at the mouth of the Hickory Cove, 5 miles north of Rogersville, TN. They were members of Duncard Church.

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"Boone, Watauga Co, North Carolina is probably the place the Morgans came from. This county was formed in 1849 from Ashe, Caldwell, Wilkes and Yancey counties. In Hawkins county, TN, none of descendents of Noah Morgan were living in 1950, except some Isenbergs" via County Clerk of Hawkins Co, TN, 1950.


IVM's letter gives Beckingham Co, NC as bp via town clerk of Rogersville TN in 1950.
1850 Census (Box ; Hawkins; p. 649)

1860 Census (Box 1255; Dist. 7, Hawkins, TN; p.65)


Hawkins Co. Tennessee Cemeteries Vol 2, Civil Dist. 3 and 4, p. 63 gives gravestone information for both him and Martha.
Notes on Lenoah and Martha from The Descendents of John Morgan by ‘heleninmichigan’ (ancestry.com username):

3. LENOAH MORGAN (BENJAMIN (PERRY) , JOHN ) was born October 29, 1807 in North Carolina, and died June 03, 1891 in Hawkins County, TN. He married MARTHA F. AMOS December 10, 1840 in Rockingham County, North Carolina. She was born November 05, 1816 in North Carolina, and died July 08, 1894 in Hawkins County, TN.
Notes for LENOAH MORGAN: This is what I find on Morgans in the Census via microfilms at LDS Family history center. I believe that I have found Pleasant in the 1860 Census Index for TN by the Sistlers, the 1860 census on microfilm and in the 1870 Census for Hawkins County on Microfilm.

In 1860, there is a household in Hawkins County headed by Lenonah Morgan, age 53, and an adult woman named Martha F. They have 9 children including a 19-year-old son named Milton S. and a 13 year-old son named Pleas. B.


Lenonah, Martha F. and Milton S. are all born in NC while Pleas. B. is born in TN.
In 1870, the household of Noah Morgan is found on pg. 79 of the book in Hawkins Co. Noah is 63. His wife, Martha F., is 54. They have 6 children living with them, the oldest of who is Pleasant Morgan, age 23.
Noah and Martha are still alive and around in the 1880 census for Hawkins CO.
Search Results Database: Full Context of North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868 North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868 Bride: Martha F Amos Groom: Lenoah Morgan Bond Date: 08 Dec 1840 County: Rockingham Record #: 01 185 Bondsman: James Woodall Witness: Peter Scales Bond #: 0001
Bible Hawkins County TN Author: Shar sherman Date: 14 Aug 2001 4:58 PM GMT Surnames: Morgan Classification: Bible In Reply to: Re: Morgan Bible Hawkins County TN by: Shar Sherman Post Reply.lxxii He was also known as Lee Noah MORGAN.lxxiii,lxxiv
231 Milton Stamp4 MORGAN was born on Sep 26, 1841 in Beckingham Co., NC, USA, age 9 in 1850 census; age 19 in 1860 census; Morgan Bible: Sep 24.lxxv,lxxvi,lxxvii,lxxviii,lxxix He was listed in the census of Noah MORGAN Sr and Martha Frances AMOS on Nov 1, 1850 at Dist. 6, Hawkins Co., TN, USA.lxxx He was listed in the census of Noah MORGAN Sr and Martha Frances AMOS in 1860 i at District 7, Hawkins Co., TN, USA.lxxxi He was in military service in Nov 29, 1863 in Camp Nelson, KY, USA, Civil War, Union Army; War Record: "Milton S. Morgan, Corporal, Battery E, 1st Regiment Kentucky Light Artillery, Civil War." The records show that Milton S. Morgan, aged 22 years, born in Rockingham Co., NC, and by occupation a farmer, was enrolled 29 Nov. 1863 at Camp Nelson, KY; was mustered into service on the same date as a private, Battery E., 1st Regiment, Kentucky Light Artillery, and was mustered out with the battery and honorably discharged as a corporal, 1 Aug. 1865 at Louisville, KY.
Independent Battery E, Kentucky Light Artillery

Organized at Camp Nelson, Ky., October to December, 1863. Attached to District of North Central Kentucky, 1st Division, 23rd Army Corps, Dept. of Ohio, to November, 1863. District of Somerset, Ky., 1st Division, 23rd Army Corps. to January, 1864.

District of Southwest Kentucky, Dept. of Ohio, to April, 1864. 4th Brigade, 1st Division, District of Kentucky, 5th Division, 23rd Army Corps, to December, 1864. Garrison, Lexington, Ky., District of Kentucky, to August, 1865. SERVICE.-Garrison duty at Camp Nelson and Camp Burnside, Ky., till June, 1864. Reenlisted February, 1864. Duty at Lexington, Ky., till November, 1864. Stoneman's Raid to Southwest Virginia December 10-29. Kingsport December 13. Near Marion 3 December 16-17. Saltville, Va., December 20-21. Duty at Lexington and Camp Nelson, Ky., till August, 1865. Mustered out August 1, 1865. Battery lost during service 10 by disease.
He stated he served 20 months.lxxxii He was a a farmer. He ended military service in Aug 1, 1865 in Louisville, KY, USA.lxxxiii He 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." He married Catherine Akered CONANT in Oct 7, 1866 at Hawkins Co., TN, USA, at James Conant's by Joseph Wallace, Esq.; not in Knox Co., TN.lxxxiv He and Catherine Akered CONANT appeared in the census of 1870 of Hawkins Co., TN, USA, age 28, farmer. He received a pension on Sep 1, 1890 Certif. 940529; 6 pages of civil war pension, family and war service; Invalid.lxxxv He and Catherine Akered CONANT were divorced at 2nd District, Knox, TN, USA, 1900 Census lists her alone with children.lxxxvi He married Margaret SMITH in circa 1899 at Dayton, OH, USA.lxxxvii,lxxxviii He resided in Rogersville, Hawkins Co., TN, USA.lxxxix He resided in 1909 in Dayton, Montgomery, OH, USA.xc He married Emma (--?--). He and Emma (--?--) had no children. He died on Dec 22, 1915 at Dayton, Montgomery, OH, USA.xci He received a pension on Jul 12, 1916 Claim XC2692806; widow.xcii Biography: Extracted from The Descendents of John Morgan, by heleninmichigan (ancestry.com)

Milton Stamp Morgan (LENOAH , BENJAMIN (PERRY) , JOHN ) was born September 24, 1841 in Rocxingham County, North Carolina, and died Aft. July 12, 1916 in Dayton, Montgomery County, OH. He married (2) Catherine Akered (Ann) Conant October 07, 1866 in Hawkins County, TN, daughter of James Conant and Sarah ?. She was born 1843 in Hawkins County, TN. He married (3) Margaret Smith 1899 in Dayton, OH. She died 1901 in Dayton, Montgomery County, OH. He married (1) Emma ?

CENSUS INFORMATION: Nov 1850 in Hawkins County Age 9, 1860 Census, age 19, a farmhand with family in Hawkins Co, TN.


WAR RECORD: "It has been informally ascertained from the Veterans Admininstration, Washington D.C. that X C 2.692.809 pertains to case of Milton S. Morgan, corporal, Battery E, 1st Regiment, Kentucky Light Artillery, Civil War. He was in military service in 29 Nov 1863 in Camp Nelson, KY, Civil War, Union Army; War Record: "Milton S. Morgan, Corporal, Battery E, 1st Regiment Kentucky Light Artillery, Civil War." The records show that Milton S. Morgan, aged 22 years, born in Rockingham Co., NC, and by occupation a farmer, was enrolled 29 Nov. 1863 at Camp Nelson, KY; was mustered into service on the same date as a private, Battery E., 1st Regiment, Kentucky Light Artillery,

mustered out with the battery and honorably discharged as a corporal, 1 Aug. 1865 at Louisville, KY. Was detailed to wait on his ill brother Pleasant during the war He was a farmer. He ended military service in 1 Aug 1865 in Louisville, KY. Union soldier in Civil War for 20 months "lacking one day". He received a pension on 1 Sep 1890. Invalid. Milton was a 2nd Corporal.

The government web site has the following about the ‘Independent Battery E, Kentucky Light Artillery’:


Organized at Camp Nelson, Ky., October to December, 1863. Attached to District of North Central Kentucky, 1st Division, 23rd Army Corps, Dept. of Ohio, to November, 1863. District of Somerset, Ky., 1st Division, 23rd Army Corps. to January, 1864. District of Southwest Kentucky, Dept. of Ohio, to April, 1864. 4th Brigade, 1st Division, District of Kentucky, 5th Division, 23rd Army Corps, to December, 1864. Garrison, Lexington, Ky., District of Kentucky, to August, 1865. SERVICE.- Garrison duty at Camp Nelson and Camp Burnside, Ky., till June, 1864. Re-enlisted February, 1864. Duty at Lexington, Ky., till November, 1864. Stoneman's Raid to Southwest Virginia December 10- 29. Kingsport December 13. Near Marion December 16-17. Saltville, Va., December 20-21. Duty at Lexington and Camp Nelson, Ky., till August, 1865. Mustered out August 1, 1865. Battery lost during service 10 by disease.

He wrote a wonderful letter to cousin Nancy (Hardin's daughter) and Uncle Hardin Morgan, 12/31/1865 sent from Rogersville, TN. Described custom of "jumping the broom stick" and spoke of courting a pretty girl.

Notes for first wife Catherine Akered (Ann) Conant: October 07, 1866. In Rogersville, Hawkins Co, TN. Had first five children in Hawkins, Co., then last three at Knoxville. Divorced his first wife and moved to Dayton OH where he married Margaret Smith. 1909 Dayton City Directory lists him at 606 E. Haynes. She died circa 1901 when daughter Rose Margaret was 2. He then married a third wife, Emma ???. According to Rose, this wife sold all the property and disappeared. Had no children with Emma. Reportedly, Rose did not know of her half siblings until much later in life.

He received a pension on 12 Jul 1916 widow. Gen. Pension Index, Box 336: Catharine applied for widow's pension in Jul 12, 1916 (1.061.765). Emma applied as contest widow in Nov 13, 1916 (1086.414--826.491). Attorney, Maring Slusher. X C 2.692.809..


1860 Census, age 19, a farmhand with family in Hawkins Co, TN. Union soldier in Civil War for 20 months "lacking one day". War record: "It has been informally ascertained from the Veterans Admininstration, Washington D.C. that X C 2.692.809 pertains to case of Milton S. Morgan, corporal, Battery E, 1st Regiment, Kentucky Light Artillery, Civil War. The records show that Milton S. Morgan, aged 22 years, born in Beckingham County, North Carolina, and by occupation a farmer, was enrolled 29 Nov 1863 at Camp Nelson, Kentucky; was mustered into service on the same date as a private, Battery E, 1st Regiment Kentucky Light Artillery and was mustered out with the battery and honorably discharged, 1 August 1865 at Louisville, Kentucky." Was detailed to wait on his ill brother Pleasant during the war.


In Rogersville, Hawkins Co, TN in 1865. Had first five children in Hawkins, Co., then last three at Knoxville. Divorced his first wife and moved to Dayton OH where he married Margaret Smith. She died circa 1901 when daughter Rose Margaret was 2. 1909 Dayton City Directory lists him at 606 E. Haynes. He then married a third wife, Emma ???. According to Rose, this wife sold all the property and disappeared. Lived in OH in 1913.
In one battle, the 3 Tenn. Morgans fought against some of their cousins.
Married 3 times: Catharine A. Conant, Smith, Emma ???.; died at age 75
Wonderful letter to cousin Nancy (Hardin's daughter) and Uncle Hardin of 12/31/1865 in Morgan, p.1.; sent from Rogersville, TN. Described custom of "jumping the broom stick".
List of children in Morgan, p. 8 given by son Charles Clarence Morgan.
Gen. Pension Index, Box 336: widow, Morgan, Catharine A., TN; contest widow,

Morgan Emma, IA. Applied for pension in Sep 1, 1890 (951.966--696.911).

Catharine applied for widow's pension in Jul 12, 1916 (1.061.765). Emma applied as contest widow in Nov 13, 1916 (1086.414--826.491). Attorney, Maring Slusher. X C 2.692.809.
2311 Sallie Frances5 MORGAN was born on Aug 4, 1867 in Hawkins, TN, USA, age 32 in 1900.xciii,xciv She was a Dressmaker. Her married name was LEWIS. She married (--?--) LEWIS in circa 1890 at TN, USA, married 3 years.xcv She was listed in the census of Catherine Akered CONANT in 1900 at 2nd District, Knox, TN, USA.xcvi She died on Dec 28, 1909 at TN, USA, VIM, Ellen Uran: 1898; I. Uran: age 42 with above date.xcvii,xcviii,xcix Biography: Living with mother and family in 1900 with daughter; a widow. Married 3 years. She also went by the name of Fannie.c
23111 Hattie6 LEWIS was born in Jan, 1891 in TN, USA, age 9 in 1900 census.ci Biography: Living with grandmother and mother in 1900. Mother died when she was 18; father died before 1900. She was listed in the census of Catherine Akered CONANT in 1900 at 2nd District, Knox, TN, USA.cii
2312 Ida Ellen5 MORGAN was born on Jun 5, 1869 in Hawkins, TN, USA.ciii,civ She was listed in the census of Milton Stamp MORGAN and Catherine Akered CONANT in 1870 at Hawkins Co., TN, USA. Research: Ida Ellen MORGAN: marriage of George W. Durham and Ida E. Morgan on Feb 6, 1889 at Knox, TN, USA.cv She died in 1933.cvi,cvii
2313 James Thomas5 MORGAN was born on Apr 19, 1871 in Hawkins, TN, USA, age 29 in 1900 census; age 52 in 1920 census.cviii,cix,cx He married Meda ALLEY in Jun 10, 1897 at 2nd District, Knox, TN, USA, marr certif #269 by J.A. Ruble MG; bond by J. A. Cooper.cxi,cxii He was a Plasterer in 1900. He and Meda ALLEY appeared in the census of 1900 of 2nd District, Knox, TN, USA.cxiii He appeared in the census of 1920 of Knoxville, Knox, TN, USA, 630 Ben Hur.cxiv He died in 1945.cxv,cxvi Biography: He was living near Knoxville in 1900 with wife and 2 children; renting a house. In 1920 Census he was living with 5 children but not wife, at 630 Ben Hur.
James Thomas Morgan (Milton Stamp , LENOAH , BENJAMIN (PERRY) , JOHN ) was born April 18, 1871 in Hawkins County,

Tennessee, and died 1945. He married Meda Alley June 10, 1897 in 2nd District, Knoxville, Knox County, TN.

Notes for James Thomas Morgan: age 29 in 1900 census; He was Plasterer in 1900. He and Meda Alley (3192) appeared in the

census of in 1900 in at 2nd District, Knox, TN. He was living near Knoxville in 1900 with wife and 2 children; renting a house.

age 52 in 1920 census. He appeared in the census of in 1920 in at Knoxville, Knox, TN, 630 Ben Hur. In 1920 Census he was

living with 5 children but not wife, at 630 Ben Hur

Marriage Notes for James Morgan and Meda Alley: He married Meda Alley in 10 Jun 1897 at 2nd District, Knox, TN, marr

certif #269 by J.A. Ruble MG; bond by J. A. Cooper.

More About James Morgan and Meda Alley: Marriage: June 10, 1897, 2nd District, Knoxville, Knox County, TN

Children of James Morgan and Meda Alley are:

Katie Mae Morgan, born February 1898 in Knoxville, 2nd District, Knox County, Tennessee.

Notes for Katie Mae Morgan: She also went by the name of KATIE.

She was listed in the census of James Thomas Morgan and Meda Alley in 1900 in at 2nd District, Knox, TN.

She was listed in the census of James Thomas Morgan in 1920 in at Knoxville, Knox, TN. ,

Emma Lee Morgan, born November 1899 in Knoxville, 2nd District, Knox County, Tennessee.

Notes for Emma Lee Morgan: She was listed in the census of James Thomas Morgan and Meda Alley in 1900 in at 2nd District,

Knox, TN.

She was listed in the census of James Thomas Morgan in 1920 in at Knoxville, Knox, TN. ,

Horace Morgan, born 1902 in Knoxville, 2nd District, Knox County, Tennessee.

Notes for Horace Morgan: He was listed in the census of James Thomas Morgan in 1920 in at Knoxville, Knox, TN. ,

Herbert Morgan, born 1904 in Knoxville, 2nd District, Knox County, Tennessee.

Notes for Herbert Morgan: He was listed in the census of James Thomas Morgan in 1920 in at Knoxville, Knox, TN.

Mildred Morgan, born 1907 in Knoxville, 2nd District, Knox County, Tennessee.

Notes for Mildred Morgan: She was listed in the census of James Thomas Morgan in 1920 in at Knoxville, Knox, TN.


23131 Katiemae6 MORGAN was born in Feb, 1898 in 2nd District, Knox, TN, USA, age 2 in 1900, age 21 in 1920.cxvii,cxviii She also went by the name of Katie. She was listed in the census of James Thomas MORGAN and Meda ALLEY in 1900 at 2nd District, Knox, TN, USA.cxix She was listed in the census of James Thomas MORGAN in 1920 at Knoxville, Knox, TN, USA.cxx
23132 Emma Lee6 MORGAN was born in Nov, 1899 in 2nd District, Knox, TN, USA, age 6 months in 1900; age 20 in 1920 census.cxxi,cxxii She was listed in the census of James Thomas MORGAN and Meda ALLEY in 1900 at 2nd District, Knox, TN, USA.cxxiii She was listed in the census of James Thomas MORGAN in 1920 at Knoxville, Knox, TN, USA.cxxiv
23133 Horace6 MORGAN was born circa 1902 in Knox, TN, USA, age 18 in 1920 census.cxxv He was listed in the census of James Thomas MORGAN in 1920 at Knoxville, Knox, TN, USA.cxxvi
23134 Herbert6 MORGAN was born circa 1904 in 2nd District, Knox, TN, USA, age 16 in 1920.cxxvii He was listed in the census of James Thomas MORGAN in 1920 at Knoxville, Knox, TN, USA.cxxviii
23135 Mildred6 MORGAN was born circa 1907 in 2nd District, Knox, TN, USA, age 13 in 1920 census.cxxix She was listed in the census of James Thomas MORGAN in 1920 at Knoxville, Knox, TN, USA.cxxx
2314 Noah Cardwell Jones5 MORGAN was born on Aug 14, 1873 in Hawkins, TN, USA.cxxxi,cxxxii He was a Blacksmith. He was listed in the census of Catherine Akered CONANT in 1900 at 2nd District, Knox, TN, USA.cxxxiii He was living in 1900 at Knoxville, Knox, TN, USA, At age 26, living at home with mother in 1900 near Knoxville, TN. Research: Noah Cardwell Jones MORGAN: Noah J. Morgan, age 27, married Lillie M. McPherson age 20, mar. cert. #651 by D.P. Baker MG; bond R. A. Mynatt on Oct 3, 1900 at Knox, TN, USA.cxxxiv He died on Jan 16, 1943.cxxxv,cxxxvi
2315 George Gideon5 MORGAN was born on Oct 20, 1875 in Hawkins, TN, USA.cxxxvii,cxxxviii He was a Blacksmith. He was listed in the census of Catherine Akered CONANT in 1900 at 2nd District, Knox, TN, USA.cxxxix He died on Aug 10, 1943.cxl,cxli Biography: He was living at home with his mother in 1900, age 24, a blacksmith.
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