2371 Dr. Clinton Hill5 MORGAN was born on Dec 18, 1875 in Church Hill, Hawkins Co., TN, USA, age 44 in 1920 census.dcxl,dcxli He was a Physician/Surgeon. He married Cecil Maud GEORGE in Jul 25, 1891.dcxlii,dcxliii,dcxliv He and Cecil Maud GEORGE appeared in the census of 1920 of Knoxville, Knox, TN, USA, 229 Deadrick Ave.dcxlv He died on Nov 11, 1939 at Knoxville, Knox Co., TN, USA.dcxlvi Biography: He practiced with his father. He had 7 kids by first wife. He remarried a woman 31 years younger than himself. He was not in the Knoxville directory in 1905. He was practicing in Knoxville in 1917-1933 per City Directory at 306 Commerce Ave over Kuhlman's Drug Store and then at 203-4 American Bank Blg in 1933. He lived at 229 Deaderick. He died before 1950.
DR. CLINTON HILL MORGAN (GIDEON HILL , LENOAH , BENJAMIN (PERRY) , JOHN1) was born
December 18, 1875 in Church Hill, Hawkins County, TN, and died November 11, 1939 in Knoxville, TN. He
married CECIL MAUD GEORGE July 25, 1901 in ?, daughter of TRAVIS GEORGE and PAULINE
BUCKNER. She was born April 19, 1879 in Graveston, TN, and died May 23, 1966 in Knoxville, TN.
Notes for DR. CLINTON HILL MORGAN: Age 44 in 1920 census. He and Cecil M. appeared in the census of
in 1920 in at Knoxville, Knox, TN, 229 Deadrick Ave.
More About Gideon L. Morgan: Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Tazewell Pike, Knoxville, Knox County, TN
He was Physician/Surgeon.
Biography: He practiced with his father.
He was not in the Knoxville directory in 1905.
He was practicing in Knoxville in 1917-1933 per City Directory at 306 Commerce Ave over Kuhlman's Drug
Store and then at 203-4 American Bank Blg in 1933.
He lived at 229 Deaderick.
More About DR. CLINTON HILL MORGAN: Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Tazewell Pike, Knoxville, TN
Notes for CECIL MAUD GEORGE: Teacher Campbell's Cave School
Burial: Greenwood Cemetery, Tazewell Pike, Knoxville, Knox County, TN
HAZEL RUTH MORGAN, born November 01, 1902 in Graveston, Knox County, TN; died April 21, 1969 in
Knoxville, Knox County, TN.
Gideon L. Morgan, born March 16, 1905 in Knoxville, Knox County, TN; died October 05, 1905 in Knoxville,
Knox County, TN.
Children of CLINTON MORGAN and CECIL GEORGE
are:hildren of Ludema Morgan and William Davis are. He was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Tazewell Pike, Knoxville, Knox Co., TN, USA.dcxlvii He was also known as Dr. Clint H. MORGAN.dcxlviii,dcxlix 23711 Hazel Ruth6 MORGAN was born on Nov 1, 1902 in Knoxville, Knox Co., TN, USA, age 17 in 1920.dcl,dcli She was listed in the census of Dr. Clinton Hill MORGAN and Cecil Maud GEORGE in 1920 at Knoxville, Knox, TN, USA.dclii Her married name was SCHUBERT.dcliii She married Herman Alexander SCHUBERT.dcliv She died on Apr 21, 1969 at Knoxville, Knox Co., TN, USA.dclv She was buried at Highland Memorial Cemetery, Knoxville, Knox Co., TN, USA.dclvi 237111 Jane Ruth7 SCHUBERT was born on Mar 5, 1929 in Knoxville, Knox Co., TN, USA.dclvii She married Hugh Breckinridge ELLISON in Apr 16, 1948.dclviii Her married name was ELLISON.dclix 2371111 Hugh Breckinridge8 ELLISON Jr was born on Jan 27, 1951.dclx He married Gail HICKAM.dclxi 23711111 Hugh Breckinridge9 ELLISON III was born on Jul 28, 1982.dclxii 23711112 Bradley Hickam9 ELLISON was born on Sep 17, 1984.dclxiii 2371112 Arthur Alexander8 ELLISON was born on Nov 20, 1952 in Knoxville, TN, USA.dclxiv He married Deborah Anne LITTLE in Apr 12, 1975.dclxv He and Deborah Anne LITTLE were divorced in 1993. He married Karen Ann SHEARER in Oct 9, 1993 at Alexandria, Arlington Co., VA, USA.dclxvi As of Jul 26, 2003, the address of Arthur Alexander ELLISON was at Arthur A. Ellison, 6330 Baum Dr., Knoxville, TN, USA, 37919-9505, 865-588-5323, email@example.com Correspondence: he corresponded with the author and contributed data to the Houghton Project. As of 2010, the address of Arthur Alexander ELLISON was ArthurAEllison@Gmail.com. Contribution: Arthur Alexander ELLISON contributed the gravestone information of William Thomas MORGAN.
23711121 Catherine Elizabeth9 ELLISON was born on Jan 13, 1985.dclxviii 23711122 Charles Jonathan Alexander9 ELLISON was born on Jan 23, 1985.dclxix 23711123 Michael Benjamin9 ELLISON was born on Oct 1, 1985.dclxx 237112 Morgan Alexander7 SCHUBERT married Martha Anne BASS.dclxxi 2371121 John Clinton8SCHUBERT
2371122 Morgan Alexander8 SCHUBERT Jr
23712 Gideon Lafayette6 MORGAN was born on Mar 16, 1905 in Knoxville, Knox Co., TN, USA.dclxxii He died on Oct 5, 1905 at Knoxville, Knox Co., TN, USA.dclxxiii He was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Tazewell Pike, Knoxville, Knox Co., TN, USA.dclxxiv 2372 Ludema V.5 MORGAN was born on Dec 19, 1877 in TN, USA, age 31 in 1910 census.dclxxv,dclxxvi She married Major William A. DAVIS in circa 1902 for 4 years.dclxxvii,dclxxviii Her married name was DAVIS.dclxxix In the census of in 1910 she was listed as DAVY. She was listed in the census of Dr. Gideon Hill MORGAN M.D. and Sarah A. JONES on Apr 12, 1910 at 2nd District, Knox, TN, USA.dclxxx She died on Apr 15, 1938 at Knoxville, Knox Co., TN, USA.dclxxxi She was also known as Landema U. MORGAN. She was buried in 1939 at Greenwood Cemetery, Knoxville, Knox Co., TN, USA.dclxxxii Biography: Widowed after four years. Lived with father Gideon.dclxxxiii 23721 Master Lee Morgan6 DAVIS was born circa 1904 in TN, USA, age 6 in 1910 census; age 10 in 1913.dclxxxiv,dclxxxv In the census of in 1910 he was listed as Lee M. DAVY.dclxxxvi He was listed in the census of Dr. Gideon Hill MORGAN M.D. and Sarah A. JONES on Apr 12, 1910 at 2nd District, Knox, TN, USA.dclxxxvii He was also known as Lee Morgan DAVIS.dclxxxviii,dclxxxix 23722 Elred Edith6 DAVIS was born on Aug 16, 1904.dcxc She died on Aug 18, 1904.dcxci She was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Knoxville, Knox Co., TN, USA.dcxcii She was also known as Elder Reath.dcxciii 2373 Cornelius J.5 MORGAN was born circa 1880 in VA, USA, age 50, VA, in 1930 census; Uran: age 70, TN, in 1950.dcxciv He was a Stockman. He resided in circa 1902 in Manhatten, KS, USA, where he was an overseer.dcxcv He married Pearl A. STEUVER in circa 1909 he age 27, she 24.dcxcvi He resided in 1912 in Phillipsburgh, MO, USA, 12 miles out of.dcxcvii He resided in 1913 in St. Clair, KS, USA.dcxcviii He resided in circa 1915 in Noel, MO, USA.dcxcix He and Pearl A. STEUVER appeared in the census of 1930 of Elk River, McDonald Co., MO, USA, age 50, a farmer.dcc He married an unknown person in 1946. He corresponded with Cornelius J. MORGAN on Jul 8, 1950 at Sulpher Springs, AR, USA. He resided in 1957 in Sulphur Springs, AR, USA.dcci He was also known as Neal.dccii,dcciii,dcciv He was also known as Cornelious J. MORGAN.dccv Biography: He lived at St. Clair, Kansas in 1913. He had 7 kids by first wife, 4 living in 1950. In 1950 he was 70 and his first wife died 6 years ago (circa 1944). He remarried in 1946 and has a 29 year old wife.dccvi 23731 Ethel6 MORGAN was born circa 1910 in MO, USA, age 3 in 1913; age 19 in 1930 census.dccvii,dccviii She married an unknown person in circa 1929.dccix She was listed in the census of Cornelius J. MORGAN and Pearl A. STEUVER in 1930 at Elk River, McDonald Co., MO, USA.dccx In the census of in 1930 she was listed as Ellie O. MORGAN.dccxi 23732 Cornelious6 MORGAN was born circa 1910.dccxii He died very young.dccxiii 23733 Gladys L.6 MORGAN was born circa 1914 in KS, USA, age 16 in 1930 census.dccxiv She was listed in the census of Cornelius J. MORGAN and Pearl A. STEUVER in 1930 at Elk River, McDonald Co., MO, USA.dccxv 23734 Edward L.6 MORGAN was born circa 1917 in MO, USA, age 13 in 1930 census.dccxvi He was listed in the census of Cornelius J. MORGAN and Pearl A. STEUVER in 1930 at Elk River, McDonald Co., MO, USA.dccxvii 23735 Virginia P.6 MORGAN was born circa 1919 in MO, USA, age 11 in 1930 census.dccxviii She was listed in the census of Cornelius J. MORGAN and Pearl A. STEUVER in 1930 at Elk River, McDonald Co., MO, USA.dccxix 23736Allen Joe6 MORGAN was born circa 1948. Biography: Son of second wife of Cornelius Morgan.
2374 Cora A.5 MORGAN was born 4th child.dccxx She married J. C. MOORE.dccxxi Her married name was MOORE. She was living in 1950.dccxxii 23741 Mildred Weaver6 MOORE was born circa 1904 age 9 in 1913.dccxxiii 23742 Isabell6 MOORE was born circa 1906 age 7 in 1913.dccxxiv 2375 Hessie E.5 MORGAN was born on Mar 18, 1884.dccxxv She married Thomas W. SMITH in circa 1905.dccxxvi She died on Jan 7, 1907 at Knoxville, Knox Co., TN, USA, at home of father on visit of heart failure.dccxxvii,dccxxviii She was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Knoxville, Knox Co., TN, USA.dccxxix 2376 Edward Lee5 MORGAN was born on Sep 18, 1886.dccxxx He resided in 1900 in Kansas City, KS, USA.dccxxxi He was a a police detective at Seattle, King Co., WA, USA.dccxxxii He died on Dec 3, 1910 at home of his father.dccxxxiii,dccxxxiv He was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Knoxville, TN, USA.dccxxxv 2377 Chassie N.5 MORGAN was born on Dec 3, 1888.dccxxxvi She died on Aug 11, 1909 age 20.dccxxxvii She was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Knoxville, Knox Co., TN, USA.dccxxxviii 2378 Gale D.5 MORGAN was born on Jun 13, 1891.dccxxxix She died on Jun 25, 1892 "when thirteen months old.dccxl,dccxli" She was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Knoxville, Knox Co., TN, USA.dccxlii She was also known as Gate D. MORGAN.dccxliii 2379 Nettie B.5 MORGAN was born on May 3, 1892.dccxliv She died on Jun 13, 1898 of injuries from carriage ride with father.dccxlv,dccxlvi She was buried at Greenwood Cemetery, Knoxville, Knox Co., TN, USA.dccxlvii 237A Elsie Mae5 MORGAN was born circa 1895 in TN, USA, age 15 in 1910 census.dccxlviii She was listed in the census of Dr. Gideon Hill MORGAN M.D. and Sarah A. JONES on Apr 12, 1910 at 2nd District, Knox, TN, USA.dccxlix She married J. S. BONDURANT in after 1915.dccl,dccli Her married name was BONDURANT. She resided in 1950 in Knoxville, TN, USA.dcclii Biography: She was living in 2nd Dist. with father in 1910, listed as youngest child, age 15.
238 Martha Ann4 MORGAN was born on Apr 24, 1854 in Hawkins, TN, USA, age 7 in 1860 census.dccliii,dccliv,dcclv She was listed in the census of Noah MORGAN Sr and Martha Frances AMOS in 1860 i at District 7, Hawkins Co., TN, USA.dcclvi She married (--?--) HAYNES in circa 1870.dcclvii,dcclviii,dcclix Her married name was HAYNES. She resided in 1913 in MN, USA, of Eastern.dcclx 2381 Minnie Morgan5 HAYNES corresponded with Minnie Morgan HAYNES on Oct 31, 1950. She resided in 1951 in Fountain City, TN, USA. She died at Knoxville, Knox, TN, USA. Biography: Lives across lake from Gideon's Morgan's home.
239 Ella Frances4 MORGAN was born on Sep 23, 1855 in Hawkins, TN, USA, age 6 in 1860 census; age 14 in 1870 census; age 23 in 1880 census.dcclxi,dcclxii She was listed in the census of Noah MORGAN Sr and Martha Frances AMOS in 1860 i at District 7, Hawkins Co., TN, USA.dcclxiii She was also known as Elia F. MORGAN. In the census of in 1870 she was listed as Frances MORGAN.dcclxiv She was listed in the census of Noah MORGAN Sr and Martha Frances AMOS in 1870 at Dist. 7, New Canton P.O., Hawkins Co., TN, USA.dcclxv She married Latham BRAY in Aug 23, 1878.dcclxvi,dcclxvii She was listed in the census of Noah MORGAN Sr and Martha Frances AMOS in 1880 at Dist. 2, Hawkins Co., TN, USA.dcclxviii Her married name was BRAY. She resided in 1913 in Eidson, Hawkins Co., TN, USA.dcclxix Research: Ella Frances MORGAN: Uran: Marriage name as Leith of Rogersville, TN.dcclxx She was also known as Eliafrancis MORGAN.dcclxxi 2391 Minnie5 BRAY was born in 1888 in TN, USA.dcclxxii She died in 1955 at TN, USA, GS.dcclxxiii 23A Rose4 MORGAN was born on Apr 6, 1857 in Hawkins Co., TN, USA, age 3 in 1860 census; age 13 in 1870 census; age 22 in 1880 census.dcclxxiv,dcclxxv,dcclxxvi In the census of in 1860 she was listed as Rosanna MORGAN.dcclxxvii She was listed in the census of Noah MORGAN Sr and Martha Frances AMOS in 1860 i at District 7, Hawkins Co., TN, USA.dcclxxviii In the census of in 1870 she was listed as Rosannah.dcclxxix She was listed in the census of Noah MORGAN Sr and Martha Frances AMOS in 1870 at Dist. 7, New Canton P.O., Hawkins Co., TN, USA.dcclxxx She was listed in the census of Noah MORGAN Sr and Martha Frances AMOS in 1880 at Dist. 2, Hawkins Co., TN, USA.dcclxxxi Her married name was VISTLE. She married Lafayette VISTLE.dcclxxxii,dcclxxxiii She resided in 1913 in Dayton, OH, USA.dcclxxxiv Biography: 1860 Census of Hawkins Co, TN lists her, age 6. Had 4 daughters. Dayton, Ohio. 1925 Dayton OH City directory lists a Rose Morgan at 1711 S. Alberta.
. She and Lafayette VISTLE had 4 daughters. She was also known as Rosa W. MORGAN.dcclxxxv 24 (--?--)3 MORGAN was born between 1811 and 1820 in Stokes, NC, USA.dcclxxxvi She was listed in the census of Benjamin MORGAN in 1820 in at Stokes, NC, USA.dcclxxxvii She was living in 1840 at Beaver Island Dist., Stokes, NC, USA.dcclxxxviii 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.dcclxxxix 25 Soloman3 MORGAN was born in 1814 in Stokes Co., NC, USA.dccxc He was listed in the census of Benjamin MORGAN in 1820 in at Stokes, NC, USA.dccxci 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.dccxcii He was the bondsman for the marriage of Hardin MORGAN and Elizabeth WHITE on Oct 6, 1841 at Stokes Co., NC, USA.dccxciii,dccxciv,dccxcv,dccxcvi A deed of his and Noah MORGAN Sr is dated Feb 26, 1842 at Stokes Co., NC, USA, signed a trust deed to Charles McAwally. He was also known as MORGAN.dccxcvii He married Sarah SHAFFAR in May 3, 1848 at Stokes Co., NC, USA, Bondsman: Joel F. Hill; Witness: Jacob Fare.dccxcviii He He was a red head. He and John MORGAN appeared in the census of 1850 of Stokes Co., NC, USA, age 36.dccxcix A deed of his is dated Apr, 1850 at Stokes Co., NC, USA, Solomon Morgan, granter, 127 1/2 acres on the waters of Reed Crek, runs to Nelson Wilson corner line, then south to Hairston line of his Murphy Tract = David S. Reid, Gov. and David S. Pierce.dccc He died in 1894.dccci Biography: Solomon taught school near Sandy Ridge with children attending from Gatewood (Polly and Mary) Hill and Amos families. James H. Morgan remembered him as his Uncle.dcccii 251 John4 MORGAN was born in 1849 in Stokes Co., NC, USA.dccciii He and Soloman MORGAN appeared in the census of 1850 of Stokes Co., NC, USA, age 36.dccciv 26 Hardin3 MORGAN was born on Jan 1, 1816 in Beaver Island District, Stokes, NC, USA, age 34 in 1850 census; all censuses give NC as bp, except 1870, which gives VA; Uran: VA; James Hamilton Hardin: Sep 1, 1816.dcccv,dcccvi,dcccvii,dcccviii,dcccix,dcccx,dcccxi,dcccxii,dcccxiii He was listed in the census of Benjamin MORGAN in 1820 in at Stokes, NC, USA.dcccxiv 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.dcccxv He married Elizabeth WHITE, daughter of Burgess WHITE and Elizabeth KNIGHT, in Oct 6, 1841 at Stokes Co., NC, USA, Bondsman: Solomon Morgan; Witness: Thomas Machen; JHM & VIM: also Oct. 7.dcccxvi,dcccxvii,dcccxviii,dcccxix He and Elizabeth WHITE appeared in the census of Dec 5, 1850 of Beaver Island District, Stokes, NC, USA, age 34, Farm near Benjamin Morgan; a Margaret Reno (age 25) living with them.dcccxx He and Benjamin MORGAN resided in 1859 in Stokes Co., NC, USA, Hardin's family was living with him, per grandson Andrew Jackson's memory, when he was 4 years old.dcccxxi He resided Andrew Jackson Houghton recollected that they lived in Stokes Co., then when he was 5 they moved and rented a place of Jim Cardwell near the Yadkin Co. line, where they lived for about a year, then Hardin bought "our homeplace " near Boonville. There were 200 acres cleared and a 40 acres on the west side joining Tom Spencers. After 3 years Hardin sold the 40 to Spencer. He and Elizabeth WHITE appeared in the census of 1860 of Boonville, Yadkin, NC, USA, age 43, farmer.dcccxxii He bought his 240 acre plantation 1 and 1/12 miles east of Booneville, NC. and 60 miles from winston-Salem, NC. His principal crop was tobacco. He had a manufacturing plant for making plug tobacco, twirls and cigars circa 1861.dcccxxiii He is documented in a land record dated Oct 10, 1862 in Yadkinville, NC, USA, Book H, p. 469, James Wicker to Harden Morgan $18 for 18 44/100 acres. He was in military service in Jun 30, 1864 in Yadkinville, Yadkin, NC, USA, War record: "Hardin Morgan aged 47 years, born in Stokes Co., N. Carolina and by occupation a farmer, a private and corporal, Company H., 5th Regiment, North Carolina Senior Reserves, Confederate States Army, enlisted 30 June 1864 (also shown as 7 July) at Yadkinville. The company muster roll for January and February, 1865, last on file, shows him present."; family says he was forcibly inducted into the Rebel Army
VIM: "Hardin was a private in Capt. John M. Nicholson's Camp, enrolled by Lieut. D. H. Ray?. He was also 2nd Corporal Co. H, 5th Regiment Senior Reserves. Appears in military prison hospital No. 9 Salisbury N.C. Last paid by Capt. Goodman Oct. 31, 1864, sentenced to be shot for insubordination. Thwo nephews, Lieutenants and his wife, with child & war was over, pleaded for and won dismissal to go home.dcccxxiv,dcccxxv,dcccxxvi He was court martialed for refusal to join in rounding up escaped Union prisoners and was sentenced to be shot. His name last appears on a Register of Confederate States Military Prison Hospital, formerly General Hospital No. 9, Salisbury, North Carolina, dated 14 March, 1865 in Mar 14, 1865.dcccxxvii A deed of his and Elizabeth WHITE is dated at an unknown date of Yadkin Co., sold to David L. James for $72 18 acres on the McKufus Creedk to James Mekin corner (Hardinson Morgan signed; Book C, p. 186, Deed 1869). He and Elizabeth WHITE immigrated on Oct 17, 1869 to New Providence, Hardin, IA, USA. He and Elizabeth WHITE appeared in the census of Jun 18, 1870 of Providence, Hardin, IA, USA.dcccxxviii He immigrated in 1870 to Liscomb, IA, USA.dcccxxix He and Elizabeth WHITE appeared in the census of May 6, 1880 of 33 Main St., Liscomb, Marshall, IA, USA, age 63, stone mason.dcccxxx Photo: The Morgans (1891): Back row l-r; Mary Jane, Mason Fuel, Nancy Adeline, Andrew Jacson & Martha Ann.
Front row l-r; Emma Loduska, Mother ElizabethMorgan, James Hamilton, Father Hardin, Sarah Louisa in 1891 at Liscomb, IA, USA.dcccxxxi He corresponded with William Burgess WHITE on Nov 7, 1896 at Coffeyburg, Daviess Co., MO, USA, William asked Hardin to visit his father Andrew. He died on Feb 1, 1899 at Liscomb, Marshall, IA, USA.dcccxxxii,dcccxxxiii,dcccxxxiv He was buried at Liscomb Cemetery, Liscomb, Marshall, IA, USA, in the Morgan family plot. Biography: I. Uran: As a young married man, he worked on the Tyra Glen plantation near Winston-Salem, NC., owned by the richest man in Yadkin Co. (land and 700 slaves). Hardin was the overseer of 50 slaves, a group who worked in the tobacco fields. Hardin and his wife lived in Rockingham Co., Stokes Co., and Yadkin Co., NC. He was in the census of 1850, age 34, in Beaver Island District, Stokes Co., NC, with family of 4 children (and a 25 year old Margaret ?Reno) and in Booneville, Yadkin Co, NC in Census of 1860, age 43, with family of 8. He was a secretary and treasurer of the Christian Church in Boonville, NC, for many years. He raised tobacco and cotton on a 240 acre plantation he owned 1 mile east and 1/2 a mile north of Boonville, Yadkin Co., NC. He owned a trio of slaves, a family (Ran, Fan, and Snip). He did not believe in slavery and paid them wages. He did not favor the southern rebellion, supporting the union cause. He was impressed into service by being dragged from home by the Home Guard when he was 47 years old. Washington D. C. War records read: "Hardin Morgan aged 47 years, born in Stokes Co., N. Carolina and by occupation a farmer, a private and corporal, Company N, 5th Regiment North Carolina Senior Reserves, Confederate States Army, enlisted 30 June 1864 (also shown as 7 July) at Yadkinville. The company muster roll for January and February 1865, last on file, shows him present. His name last appears on a Register of Confederate States Military Prison Hospital, formerly General Hospital, No. 9, Salisbury, North Carolina. dated 14 March 1865." His regiment was quartered aground Salisbury prision, a prison hospital at Salisbury, Rowan Co., NC, which was similar to the notorious prison camp at Andersonville. On the occasion of the Union prisoners breaking out, his company was ordered to help in their round-up. He refused to hunt them down. According to his grandson James Hamilton Morgan, he told his commander that he had nothing against any of the Union men, but if any one of them wanted to pick a fight just to send them over and he would try to accomodate him. He was court-martialed and sentenced to be shot. On the intercession of his wife, and two nephews (lieutenants in the Confederate Army), and the fact that Lee had surrendered, he was pardoned. (He was later recognized by the G.A.R. as a Union veteran in Iowa). On his return to his plantation, he was viewd as a northern sympathizer and ostrasized. He decided to sell his plantation and follow two older daughters to Marshall Co., IA. He sold his 240 acre plantation with its frame house (built by himself and his sons), a tobacco factory, drying house and all their belongings for $500 cash to three "free negroes" (3 brothers (John Gilmer, Robert and George Jarvis) who had bought their own freedom before the war; previously owned by Col. John and Betsy Jayne Jarvis; they are buried in Booneville). It was impossible to sell to any white families , since few had any cash after the war. He came in a covered wagon to Iowa from Booneville (now Boonville), North Carolina to New Providence, Iowa (see his diary in James Hamilton Morgan biography). He left North Carolina on Oct 17, 1869; arrived Nov 20, 1869. He was better educated than many of his day. On the trek to Iowa with 4 families, Hardin was captain and head spokesman of the company. There journey took them from Booneville, to Greenborough, NC, by wagon; to Richmond and West Point, VA, by train; then with Capt. Fremont by boat to Baltimore, MD; by train to Chicago, IL, and State Center, IA, and then by wagon train to New Providence, IA. All but two of the children walked the 18 miles to New Providence. 1870 census of Providence Township, Hardin Co, IA lists Hardin, age 52, a carpenter, with Elizabeth and 7 children. He moved his family to Liscomb, Iowa, on Nov. 7, 1870, after building a house there. All the older children worked as hired hands. He then went to Marshalltown, IA, where he helped to build the brick round house depot for the Iowa Central railroad in 1872. He was a carpenter, stone mason, and shoe cobbler there. He and Elizabeth playeded the violin. Daughter Lou stated that he played the violin everynight for the children and then read them the bible. They played for dances in NC until they joined the Baptist Church, when they dropped both the fiddle and dancing. He did not play again until much latter. He was a Democrat in politics. He is listed in 1880 census at Liscomb, age 63 with Elizabeth and Andrew, as a houses from his sister Nancy). He convalesced from a stroke at his daughter Em's home. His name is on a plaque in the Historical Building in River View Park in Marshalltown Iowa (as is Elizabeth Morgan, and George and Clarinda Houghton). Five of their children and 16 of their grandchildren were teachers. Both played the violin.
Maxwell Morgan (1953 Yadkinville NC genealogy ad): Lived in Stokes Co., near Madison, then moved to Boonville 1825 onto a plantation one mile east 1/2 mile north, where tobacco was grown and made and sold as chewing tobacco, also fruit drying and tanning operations were carried on near the spring and small stream. Peresen owner of farm is C. Hilton Jones. Hardin's father was called Perry, probably a nickname, who lived with them until Hardin went ot Iowa in 1866. Perry's son Solomon was born 1814, died 1894.
V.I. Uran: Known as Hardy, Hardin, Harden, Hardinsen; one deed is signed Henderson Morgan.
Granddaughter Loena Morgan stated that Hardin and wife married in Virginia and first 3 children born there, then moved to Yadkin Co., where he was postmaster. She stated Perry Morgan was born in VA.
In 1770 Surry Co. was formed with court house at Rockford. In 1889 the court house was moved to Dobson and in 1850 all the land on the south side of the river was cut off and Yadkin county was formed with court house at Yadkinville.
In 1910 father of C. Hilton Jones bought the Morgan Plantation from John Gilmer. In 1969 C. Hilton still owned it.dcccxxxv He 60 of his descendants were school teachers. Research: Hardin MORGAN: Son Andrew Jackson stated that his sisters claimed Hardin was of Welsh descent.
James Hamilton Morgan: " Grandfather Morgan was born in Amos Co., VA. He claimed John Morgan of Revol. War fame as his great Grandfather. Grandmother Morgan was born in Wales. Grandfather died at the age of 93; Grandmother at 77. Grandfather and Grandmother White were born in Henry Co., VA. They moved to Stokes Co., NC, but died in Bluffton, In. Grandmother White's maiden name was Knight.dcccxxxvi" He Morgan History by Imogene Morgan
The Spring 2
We are all one 3
The names of your Morgan Grandparents 4
Morgan History 5
Sketch of the Morgan Family by Uncle Drew 9
The Great Trek of 4 families submitted by Jack Morgan 14
Hardin Morgan’s Travels from Yadkin Co., N.C. 15
Memories of our life in North Carolina as told by Em, Drew and Jim 16
J.H. Morgan memories 27
History of Nancy Addaline Morgan-Middleton 35
Morgan Trek by Nancy Middleton 42
Liscomb Pioneer Carries out Promise Made to his brother Andrew Jackson Morgan 43
History of Mary Jane Morgan-Greers-Hague 45
History of Melissa Frances Morgan-Hanson 49
History of Mason Fuel Morgan 56
History of William Sidney Morgan 59
History of Martha Ann Morgan-Hauser 60
History of Andrew Jackson Morgan 75
History of Sarah Louisa Morgan-Rogers 89
Home Life in the South by Lou Rogers 95
History of Emma Lodusca Morgan-Humbphey-Ralls 98
An Historic Wall Hanging 99
History of James Hamilton Morgan 104
History of Ellin Annetta Morgan 145
Letter From Imogene Uran about family history of Morgan’s 146
Elizabeth White Morgan History of her family 152
“The Spring” located on Hardin & Elizabeth White Morgan’s plantation at Booneville, Yadkin Co., North Carolina. It was a 240 acre plantation. The spring starts to bubble from the ground through the ledges of flat stone under the shady tree about 100 to 125 feet from where their home stood.
In Picture No. 1 Max Morgan is standing near the tree and holds a glass of water from the stream. The flowers he is pointing to are some Grandma Morgan planted in 1865.
In picture No. 2 is the spring. It is a good size of stream and flows about 50 feet east to where it joins a larger stream and trickles its way past where the tannery and the mill were located. At the very point of outlet the water is flowing north. The water is just as cool and clear on June 1, 1951 as it must have been when his father and grandfather drank from it.
In picture No. 3 a walnut tree is on the left of Mr. Spencer (with the hat on) which is thought to have been on the plantation when the morgan family lived there.
Wild roses and catnip held in Max’s hands have been growing in the same place for fiftey years and Houston Jones now owner of the place states these were in their same location when the Morgans were there as he and others have plowed them up but always they return.
Hardin Morgan, my grandfather, sold the west 40 acres to P.J. Spencer’s father, his neighbor. These photos were taken June 1, 1851 by Max Morgan. The 200 acres were sold to three free negroes for $500.00 in 1869 when they moved to New Providnece, Iowa and later to Liscomb, Iowa. The only building left of the original plantation was a kitchen which had been moved to another place and used as a grainery.
We Are All One
What is my boasted indepenence? I am dependent upon everybody and everything. I go with the crowd. I am caught in the press of men. I must move with them.
What I call my character or nature is made up of infinite particles of inherited tendencies from my ancestors -- those whose blood runs in my veins. A little seed of laziness from this grandfather and of prodigality from that. Some remote grandmother, perhaps, has stamped me with a fear of horses or a love of dogs. There may be in me a bit of outlawry from some pirate forefather, and a dash of piety from one who was a saint.
So everything in me passes on through my children. I am sewn in between ancestry and posterity. I am a drop of water in flowing river, a molecule in a mountain, a cell in a great tree.
My gestures, ways, mannerisms, so-called peculiarities, I borrowed them all.
Religion is not a personal affair so much as it is communal. You are a Jew because you were born a jew: for the same reason you are a Catholic, you are a Presbyterian, you are a Buddhist, you are a Morman. As we enter life we find these cells already made in the human beehive and crawl into them.
Original ideas? Where will you find them? All the ideas there are exist now, floating in the human sea. I, an oyster, absorb a few, and call them mine. Even the phrases of the Lord’s prayer have been traced to Talmudic sources.
How we part ourselves up into strange egotisms! We strut, gesticulate, contend, and talk of me and mine, only to go down at last in a cataract that empties into the unknown.
Let us, therefore, put away coarse egotisms and partisan passions, and learn to love humantiy, to think and feel in terms of humanity.
From “Four Minute Essays,” by Dr. Frank Crane --
(Copied so as to preserve the quaint spelling) 542 Pine Ave.
Pacific Grove, Cal.
August 5th, 1942
Herewith you will find the information you have requested, as the records of the Morgan Families. As recorded in the Bible, and a church record which father kept years ago when he was a Sect, and Treasure of the Christian Church at Boonville, North Carolina, and War of the Rebellion.
Hardin Morgan borned Sept. 1st, 1816—died Feb 1st, 1899 at Liscomb, Iowa.
2.) Elizabeth White Morgan borned March 25th, 1823. Died May 26th 1896.
3.) Nancy Addaline Morgan Middleton, Borned Sept. 21st, 1842, Died Oct. 30th 1917.
4.) Mary Jane Morgan Spears Hague Borned March 10th, 1845. Died July 2nd, 1931.
5.) Melissa Francis Morgan Hanson Borned June 12th, 1847. Died Feb. 16th , 1873(?).
Mason Fuel Morgan Borned Feb. 6th , 1849, Died Dec. 23rd, 1935.
William Sidney Morgan Borned May 1st, 1851. Died Sept. 20th, 1866. By accident. He punched a Squirl out of a hole of a tree to high. The squirl jumped into the boosum of his shirt, stuck his claws in his flesh. Sidney fell the 50 ft. and was killed instantly. Mason F. Morgan and Andrew J. Morgan was standing under the tree and witnessed the tragedy. Sidney was killed instantly.
Martha Ann Morgan Hauser Borned Aug 11th, 1853. Died June 10th, 1935, Gowrie, Iowa.
Andrew Jackson Morgan Borned Dec. 7th, 1855. Still going strong nearly 87 Aug. 5th.
Sarah Louisa Morgan Rogers, Borned Aug 23rd, 1858. Died July 2nd, 1923
Emma Lodusky Morgan Humphrey-Ralls Borned Aug. 14th, 1861. Lives at Union, Iowa.
James Hamilton Morgan Borned March 31st, 1864. Well and active in business. Lives at 431 16th Ave. N. Seattle, Wash.
Ellin Annetta Morgan Borned Oct. 29th, 1868, Died Aug 5th 1870. Buried New Providence, Iowa.
Andrew Jackson Morgan