I’m looking for the death date of Rachel MORGAN. She was born on the 23rd of October in 1801 in Pencarreg, Carmarthan, Wales. She married her spouse Evan Evans on the 21st of December in 1821. Evan was born on the 25th of August in 1800 in Cardiff, Glamorganshire, Wales and he died on the 17th of December in 1875 in Salt Lake City, Utah Territory.
I am the fourth great-granddaughter to Morgan MORGAN born in Glamorganshire or Monmouthshire area. I am looking for Morgan Morgan's birth record. He was born in Wales between 1800 and 1813 according to censuses and several indicate he was Cecelia's age which would put him born in 1803 possibly. He was married to Cecelia Lewis WILLIAMS 16th of February 1833 in the Merthyr Tydfil Parish in the County of Glamorgan, Wales. On the Banns document the Officiating Minister was Thomas MORGAN. I have found in the 1841 England, Wales & Scotland Census Transcription, Morgan MORGAN and Cecilia had four children ages 1, 3, 5, and 8. They were living in Fos-Y-Fran Pit, Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorganshire, Wales. They also had two children from Cecelia's previous marriage (husband died), living with them.
Children were all christened in the, 'Ynysgau' Presbyterian church in MerthyrTidfil, Glamorgan, Wales.
Together they had four children; three daughters and a son. He immigrated with his family and her two children to the US in 1848 and can be found with them in a US Census in Pottawattamie, Iowa in 1850. They resided in Tooele, Tooele County, Utah and then moved to Wellsville, Cache, Utah. The last destination was Cherry Creek, Oneida, Idaho where many Welsh families moved. He died in Cherry Creek, Oneida, Idaho in 1878; I have not been able to locate a death cert which may be due to the fact that Idaho did not require a death cert. until the 1890's. According to family records he was buried in Cherry Creek Cemetery, Oneida, Idaho, however in 1911 there was a fire in the cemetery and his wooden placard was burned so we do not know where he for sure is buried. I do not have any information in regards to his parents names.
I have attached below Morgan MORGAN and Cecelia Lewis WILLIAMS Bann record and 1841 England, Scotland, and Wales sources. These can only be viewed through ancestry.com by copying and pasting this information in the URL.
Thank you for your consideration and help.
http://mediasvc.ancestry.com/v2/image/namespaces/60623/media/f2adbe30-a96a-4570-80c0-ab1ff0220883.jpg?client=Boards (Marriage Bann link from Ancestry.com)
http://mediasvc.ancestry.com/v2/image/namespaces/60623/media/fd2fc448-ee4c-4e38-bd04-4aef6cadbd81.jpg?client=Boards (1841 England, Scotland & Wales link from Ancestry.com)
Hi! I am looking for a Zinnita Morgan. She would have been born in Indiana, I think in Jan 1986 and has an older sister Amanda who would have been born in 1984 ish...these are long lost cousins of mine that I am hoping to find. Please let me know if you think you know them, there is more info that may help with verifying!!
Hi..looking for info on Morgan family..only have few names right now....Lawson Frances Morgan..1909-1998..born in Lower Gornal, Yorkshire......Alfred Morgan 1888-1964..born in Wales?..both died in Canada...thanks
Hi my name is my mary and I'm looking for info on my 8th great grand father thomas morgan.If anyone would have any info to share on him and his family It would be greatly appreciated. I've been searching for his parents for a long time.Any info would be greatly appreciated thank you sincerely mary
Looking for information regarding Robert Morgan, Immigrant to Salem 1636. What I know of Robert is that he is first seen in Salem 1636 when his name appears in the Salem Town Records for grant for 20 Acers of land. ( The Land Grants A of Salem, bearing the date 1636 Robert Morgan is listed for 20 acers of land (History of Salem, Massachusetts by Sidney Perley,Vol.1: 465).
We know from his birth to be in 1601, for he gave his age of 70 in 1671 during a deposition. (Essex County Quarterly ReportsName: Morgan, Robert Age: 70 Year: 1671 Vol:page: 4:332).
The Compendium Of American Genealogy : Vol. V ; Pg.363 "9- Robert Morgan (d 1672) From England in the "Fortune" to Plymouth, 1621. Founded first ch. at Beverly; m Margaret Norman (d 1692; Richard).; Vol: 4, pg. 412 Robert was Cooper by trade, came from Wales in 1636 Later marring Margaret Norman.; Vol:5, pg. 363; Robert Morgan came from England on the Ship Fortune 1621." but viewing the passenger list there is no Robert Morgan listed.
Researchers are listing Robert's parents are Thomas Morgan and Catherine Herbert, which may be possible, but not probable, fore I have a copy of Thomas' will written in 1624, (though written in the old language a relative I found was able to decipher some of it ) states "Now my will is that if my eldest sonne William Morgan shall satisfied ____ and paid or so to bee paid to my said youngest sonne Robert when he shall accomplish the age of one and twenty years the amount of two hundred and fifty pounds." I find it highly unlikely that Robert of Salem is the son of Thomas of Tredegar.
Other sources have Robert first in the Saco Valley Settlement with Richard Vines, then removed to Salem after a dispute, but searching the records of Saco and Biddiford,Biddiford Historical Society I am unable to confirm that theory.
Any information will be more than appriciated. Thank you