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Descendants of William Morgan

  

Generation No. 1

 

     1.  William1 Morgan1,2 was born August 01, 1784 in North Carolina, and died June 18, 1830 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.  He married Elizabeth Gayden3,4,5 Abt. 1806 in South Carolina, daughter of George Gayden and Lois Collins.  She was born 1785 in South Carolina6, and died December 1852 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

 

Notes for William Morgan:

William Morgan represents the earliest entry for Mississippi members of this family history.  There are entries in "First Settlers of the Mississippi Territory" that indicate he was in Amite County region as early as 1803 and possibly earlier.  A William Morgan settled 319 acres near the waters of Bassett's Creek on the west side of the Tombigbee River.  There are entries also for Jordan, John, Thomas and James Morgan settling land and making claims around 1797).  Most likely, they were brothers and possibly his father who had moved into the territory.  William Morgan appears in the Mississippi Territorial Government ordered census of 1816 with "one male over 21, four males under 21and one female under 21 and one female over 21".  Incidently, the next entry in the 1816 state census is George Gayden.  Most likely they were neighbors.

 

William Morgan's will:

 

In the name of God, Amen,

 

I William Morgan of the county of Amite in the State of Mississippi, being weak of body but of perfect mind and memory calling to mind the mortality of the body, that it is appointed for all men to die; do make, ordain and constitute this and no other my last will and testament in manner and form following , that is to say -

 

First of all it is my will and desire that all my just debts be paid out of my estate after which the following disposition be made of the same, to wit..

 

It is my will and desire that all my estate shall remain and be kept together on my plantation for the maintenance and education of my children, until my youngest sons William and Hiram Morgan arrives at the age of fourteen years at which time I wish all my estate both real and personal to be equally divided among my dearly beloved wife Elizabeth Morgan and all my children to wit – Phebe Morgan, Wilie Morgan, James Morgan, Fielden Morgan, Benjamin Morgan, John Morgan, Delania Morgan, William Morgan and Hiram Morgan, each one to share and share alike in equal degree, and should my dearly beloved wife marry before the aforesaid William and Hiram Morgan arrives at the age of fourteen years then and in that time or as soon thereafter as may convenient, I wish the aforesaid division to take place, each one sharing alike in manner aforesaid, in all my estate both real and personal.

 

It is my further will and desire that my son Fielden Morgan shall have the care and management of my plantation and hands, until a division shall take place the proceeds of which to go to the maintenance of my family.

 

I do hereby nominate, constitute and appoint my dearly beloved wife Elizabeth Morgan my Executrix until a division shall take place, and my son Wilie Morgan by Executor to carry into effect this my last will and testament.  Signed, sealed, pronounced and declared by the aforesaid William Morgan as his last will and testament, the twenty eighth day of May, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty.

 

Source Information:  Book 4 Vol. 5, 1827-1831, Amite County, Mississippi Probate

 

Value of estate in 1830 - $8,350.00

 

Notes for Elizabeth Gayden:

The will of Elizabeth Gayden Morgan reads as follows:  I Elizabeth Morgan by the grace of God being of sound mind and dis??ing memory do make and constitute this my last will and testament hereby revoking and make void all former wills by me at any time heretofore one as to such worldly estate as it hath pleased God to entrust me with.

 

I wish that all my debts and funeral expenses be paid as soon after my decease as possible and of the first money that shall come into the hands of my executons from ?? part of my estate.

 

I will and bequeath to my beloved son John G. Morgan the following Negro slaves “Jo ??” my woman Pend?? Aged about twenty two years, also her live boy children Felson and Zeke also our bed stand feathers, bed cover, clothing.

 

I give and bequeath to my beloved daughter Diana Gockerham(??) and the lawful heirs of her body my Negro woman Ilane Betty aged about fourty years.

 

I will and bequeath to my beloved son Fielding Morgan and the lawful heirs of his body my Negro boy Haro Meridy aged about eighteen years.

 

I will and bequeath to my beloved son Hiram Morgan the following Negro slaves – my girl Elmira aged about eightenn years and the increase of her body, also my woman Clarrisa aged about forty, also my man Charles aged about forty.  I also give to my so Hiram my stock of cattle consisting of two cows and calves also one bead stance, feather bed and clothing.

 

I will and bequeath to my beloved son Wiley Morgan one hundred dollars to be paid to him by my executor out of any money arising from my estate

 

It is my will that the increase of the woman Pend?? Should there be any also go to my son John G. Morgan.

 

I further will and bequeath to my beloved sone John and Hiram Morgan all my household and kitchen furniture and all other property and effects that may be my possession at the time of my decease not hence before disposed of and equally divided between them and I do hereby ordain and appoint my son John G and Hiram Morgan executors of this my last will and testament.

 

In witness thereof, I Elizabeth Morgan, have to ?? my last will set my hand and seal this first day April AD 1852  (She made her mark after the scribe had entered her name)

 

Source Information:

Witnessed by Jacob Harrell & R.H. Lowry Amite County Probate records

    

Children of William Morgan and Elizabeth Gayden are:

      2             i.   Phebe2 Morgan7, born 1805; died Unknown.

+    3            ii.   Wiley Morgan, born November 04, 1807 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died May 20, 1871 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.

      4            iii.   James Morgan8,9, born 1809 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died Unknown.

+    5            iv.   Fielding Bradford Morgan, born 1812 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died Unknown.

      6            v.   John G. Morgan10,11,12, born 1813 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi13,14; died Unknown.  He married (1) Sarah Sites; born Abt. 1822 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died Unknown.  He married (2) Clorinda Sleeper15 November 19, 1853 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi16; died Unknown.

 

Notes for John G. Morgan:

The 1850 census for Amite County, Mississippi shows John's mother, Elizabeth Gayden (now aged 65), living with him.  His brother Hyram was also living with him along with apparently Hyram's wife, Agusta (from North Carolina) and their two children, Sylvia and Ralph.

 

      7            vi.   Benjamin Morgan17, born 1816 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi18; died Unknown.

      8           vii.   Elizabeth Morgan19, born 1820 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died Unknown.

      9          viii.   Diana Morgan20,21, born 1822 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died Unknown.  She married Michael Corcoran January 16, 1838 in Amite County, Mississippi22; died Unknown.

      10          ix.   William Morgan23, born 1823; died Unknown.

+    11           x.   Hiram Morgan, born 1825 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi; died 1863 in Battle of Deer Creek, Mississippi.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

     3.  Wiley2 Morgan (William1)24,25,26 was born November 04, 1807 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi27, and died May 20, 1871 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.  He married Margaret M. Wilson28,29 July 15, 1831 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi30,31, daughter of David Wilson and Mary.  She was born 1814 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi32, and died Unknown.

    

Children of Wiley Morgan and Margaret Wilson are:

      12            i.   William Daniel3 Morgan, born 1833 in Amite County, Mississippi32; died Unknown.

      13           ii.   Napoleon Bonaparte Morgan, born 1835 in Amite County, Mississippi32; died Unknown.

      14          iii.   Mary Ann Morgan, born 1837 in Amite County, Mississippi32; died Unknown.

      15          iv.   Daniel Rivers Morgan, born 1840 in Amite County, Mississippi32; died Unknown.

+    16           v.   Wiley Pliney Morgan, born June 27, 1842 in Amite County, Mississippi; died December 05, 1893 in Jackson, Mississippi.

      17          vi.   Elizabeth Morgan, born 1844 in Amite County, Mississippi32; died Unknown.

      18         vii.   Charles E Morgan, born 1848 in Amite County, Mississippi32; died Unknown.

      19         viii.   Lewis Morgan, born 1861; died Unknown.

 

 

     5.  Fielding Bradford2 Morgan (William1)33,34 was born 1812 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi, and died Unknown.  He married (1) Rebecca Myers February 24, 1837 in Amite County, Mississippi35.  She was born Abt. 1815 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi, and died Unknown.  He married (2) Amanda Elvina Duck January 04, 1844 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.  She was born April 05, 1829 in Louisiana, and died November 28, 1869.

    

Children of Fielding Morgan and Rebecca Myers are:

      20            i.   Victoria C.3 Morgan, born Abt. 1837; died Unknown.

      21           ii.   Benjamin F. Morgan, born 1840; died Unknown.

 

    

Children of Fielding Morgan and Amanda Duck are:

      22            i.   Fielding Bradford3 Morgan, Jr., born July 31, 1846; died Unknown.

      23           ii.   John Morgan, born 1850; died Unknown.

 

 

     11.  Hiram2 Morgan (William1)36,37,38,39 was born 1825 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi40, and died 1863 in Battle of Deer Creek, Mississippi.  He married Augusta Hamilton41 Abt. 1850 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi.  She was born Abt. 1830 in Liberty, Amite County, Mississippi, and died Unknown.

    

Child of Hiram Morgan and Augusta Hamilton is:

      24            i.   Alice Dean3 Morgan42, born Abt. 1851; died Unknown.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

     16.  Wiley Pliney3 Morgan (Wiley2, William1) was born June 27, 1842 in Amite County, Mississippi43, and died December 05, 1893 in Jackson, Mississippi.  He married (1) Catherine Irene Skillman44 1865, daughter of Edward Skillman and Margaret Thoborn.  She was born September 22, 1844, and died April 01, 1897.  He married (2) Arianna Maud Binning March 04, 1873 in Wilkinson County, Mississippi.  She was born February 14, 1855, and died April 16, 1880 in Woodville, Mississippi.  He married (3) Minnie Rae Faust November 11, 1883 in Amite County, Mississippi45.  She was born 1867, and died 1942.

 

Notes for Wiley Pliney Morgan:

In a newspaper from the Woodville, Mississippi area that was discussing local community histories (dated March 23, 1975) provided by Judith Morgan Darby, there is an entry for a small community named Morgan.  "The site of Morgan, was once owned by a man named Waller, and later by his daughter, Mrs. Ed Lewis.  The Lewis family sold the land to Wyley Morgan, for whom the flag stop on the Y&MV Railroad was named.  Because of its location on the Louisiana state line, Morgan was onced used as

a quarantine sttion".

 

In The Woodville Republican dated March 6, 1886 a story ran describing an attempted assassination of Wiley Morgan.  On March 13 the newspaper reported that the suspect was found and brought back for justice.

 

The Woodville Republican on December 9, 1893 reported the death of Wiley Morgan in a hospital in Jackson, Mississippi.  "Mr. Morgan was born and reared in Amite City and was 53 (should have read 51) at the time of his death - with the exception of a few years in New Orleans he lived all of his life in Amite and Wilkinson counties.  He was a man of originality, and considerable intellectual force and of great industry and energy, and we have heard competent judges say they regarded him as the best planter in this county.  Mr. Morgan by ability and good management accumulated a large estate.  He leaves a wife and children to mourn his untimely death, who have the sympathy of many friends in their bereavement.  The remains were brought home and interred in the cemetery here".

    

Child of Wiley Morgan and Catherine Skillman is:

+    25            i.   Frank Elwin4 Morgan, born February 03, 1866 in Jackson, E. Feliciana Parish, Louisiana; died December 22, 1937 in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

 

    

Children of Wiley Morgan and Arianna Binning are:

+    26            i.   Helen Eulalee4 Morgan, born January 03, 1874; died January 03, 1956 in Woodland, California.

      27           ii.   Ida Morgan, born January 08, 187746; died March 13, 1957 in Mendocino County, California.  She married (1) C. B. Hunt46 April 16, 1900; died Unknown.  She married (2) William Avery Dale46 September 08, 1908 in Mendocino County, California; died Unknown.  She married (3) Walter Foster46 November 23, 1915; died Unknown.

      28          iii.   Annie Maud Morgan, born April 13, 1880; died July 31, 188046.

      29          iv.   Wiley Morgan, born April 13, 1880; died July 31, 188046.

 

    

Children of Wiley Morgan and Minnie Faust are:

      30            i.   Wiley Faust4 Morgan, died Unknown.

      31           ii.   Henry Grady Morgan, born 1888; died Unknown.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

     25.  Frank Elwin4 Morgan (Wiley Pliney3, Wiley2, William1)47 was born February 03, 1866 in Jackson, E. Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, and died December 22, 1937 in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.  He married Zula M. Penny48,49 February 28, 1886 in Plaquemine, Iberville Parish, Louisiana49, daughter of Joseph Penny and Ann Carl.  She was born December 30, 1866 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and died May 15, 1964 in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana.

 

Notes for Frank Elwin Morgan:

He and his wife, Zula, lived with his grandfather in Laurel Hill, Louisiana for two years and then moved to Zachary, Louisiana and started a grocery business.  "A wind storm decapitated the building..." and F.E. Morgan decided to move further north in Louisiana to Monroe, Ouachita Parish around 1890.  They then moved twenty miles west to Calhoun, Louisiana for two years, where their son, Frank Elwin, was born. They then settled in Ruston, Lincoln Parish, Louisiana. In Ruston Frank Morgan developed a successful grocery and wholesale operation.  He was married to Zula for 51 years until his death.

 

Notes for Zula M. Penny:

Zula Willemena (named for the Queen of the Netherlands in) was born on her father's plantation "Safety Dale", near Zachary, Louisiana.  She "was proud that one of her brothers, James Smiley Penny, had joined the Confederate army at 13 and served to the end.  Her two fighting brothers...were dubbed the "Black Pennies" because of their toughness in pulling through  hardships".

 

She received most of her education from her father who had lost his eye sight in his later years.  He would take the children into the yard under the large shade trees for their lessons".  Zula "pointed out that were no public schools after the Civil War, so it was through Joseph and his sister-in-law, who used a room in her father's large house for a little school, that she obtained an education.  When Zula was only 17 years old she was appointed to teach in Port Hudson.  She said "I had to pass a written examination to qualify, but I passed with high marks, a credit to my father's teaching". She was a long time member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (her National number was 185029) having joined in 1922 and was a member for 44 years until her death.

 

Her obituary on May 16, 1964 contained "Mrs. F.E. Morgan Sr., 97, died Friday in a Ruston hospital after a lengthy illness.  Mrs. Morgan was the last surviving granddaughter of the American Revolution, her family said.  She had also been a member of Trinity Methodist Church since 1896 (68 years).  Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. today in the chapel of Spears Funeral Home with the Rev. Douglas McGuire officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery".

    

Children of Frank Morgan and Zula Penny are:

      32            i.   Zula Elwin5 Morgan, born March 21, 1890; died August 16, 1891.

      33           ii.   Helen E Morgan, born August 14, 1891; died April 14, 1954.

      34          iii.   Florence Irene Morgan, born January 26, 1893; died October 01, 1895.

      35          iv.   Judith Lena Morgan, born April 30, 1896; died February 16, 1969.  She married McLees; died Unknown.

+    36           v.   Frank Elwin Morgan, born May 14, 1900 in Calhoun, Ouachita Parish, Lousiana; died Abt. 1985 in Arkansas.

+    37          vi.   Emerson O'Yama Morgan, born November 29, 1902; died June 28, 1992.

+    38         vii.   Rene Fielding Morgan, born October 28, 1904; died December 01, 1988.

 

 

     26.  Helen Eulalee4 Morgan (Wiley Pliney3, Wiley2, William1) was born January 03, 187450, and died January 03, 1956 in Woodland, California.  She married Thomas Wood Perkins50 March 19, 1894 in Woodville, Wilkinson County, Mississippi50, son of Lewis Perkins and Janett Scott.  He died Unknown.

    

Children of Helen Morgan and Thomas Perkins are:

      39            i.   Henry Scott5 Perkins50, born September 07, 1896; died October 26, 1975.  He married Hilda Day Private; born Private.

+    40           ii.   Helen Eulalee Perkins, born February 04, 1899; died September 04, 1991 in Sacramento, California.

 

 

Generation No. 5

 

     36.  Frank Elwin5 Morgan (Frank Elwin4, Wiley Pliney3, Wiley2, William1) was born May 14, 1900 in Calhoun, Ouachita Parish, Lousiana, and died Abt. 1985 in Arkansas.  He married Virginia Noble Vaughan51 June 14, 1922 in Ruston, Louisiana52, daughter of Henry Vaughan and Eliza Noble.  She was born February 11, 1905 in Alto, Richland Parish, Louisiana, and died April 20, 1979 in Rayville, Richland Parish, Louisiana.

 

Notes for Virginia Noble Vaughan:

The author of this history remembers his grandmother, "Ginny", with the fondest memories and as much love as a grandson could have.  She appears as five years old in the 1910 census of Richland Parish.  After being married to Frank Morgan he then married Pete Koerner (he died before she).  She received her education from Whitworth College at Brookhaven, Mississippi and later her nursing training at Charity Hospital in Natchez, Mississippi.  She spent most of her later life in Jackson and was a member of the Capital Street United Methodist Church. Her funeral services were at Mulhearn Funeral Home in Rayville, Louisiana later followed by internment near her childhood home at the Alto Church.  The cemetery is situated in one of the most lovely southern settings possible with a white traditional church surrounded by mighty oaks covered with Spanish Moss. She is missed dearly by the entire family.

    

Children of Frank Morgan and Virginia Vaughan are:

+    41            i.   Agatha Virginia6 Morgan, born Private.

+    42           ii.   Leah Ann Morgan, born Private.

+    43          iii.   Frank Elwin Morgan, born Private.

 

 

     37.  Emerson O'Yama5 Morgan (Frank Elwin4, Wiley Pliney3, Wiley2, William1) was born November 29, 1902, and died June 28, 1992.  He married Alene Van Hook April 19, 1930.  She was born November 15, 1911, and died April 29, 1995.

    

Child of Emerson Morgan and Alene Hook is:

+    44            i.   Judith6 Morgan, born Private.

 

 

     38.  Rene Fielding5 Morgan (Frank Elwin4, Wiley Pliney3, Wiley2, William1) was born October 28, 1904, and died December 01, 1988.  He married Louise Robinson.  She was born April 03, 1905, and died January 29, 1974.

    

Child of Rene Morgan and Louise Robinson is:

      45            i.   Louise6 Morgan, born Private.

 

 

     40.  Helen Eulalee5 Perkins (Helen Eulalee4 Morgan, Wiley Pliney3, Wiley2, William1)53 was born February 04, 1899, and died September 04, 1991 in Sacramento, California.  She married George W. Story53 November 28, 191753.  He was born August 08, 1892, and died November 19, 1974 in Woodland, California.

    

Children of Helen Perkins and George Story are:

      46            i.   Veon Dee6 Story, born Private.

      47           ii.   George W. Story, born Private.

 

 

Generation No. 6

 

     41.  Agatha Virginia6 Morgan (Frank Elwin5, Frank Elwin4, Wiley Pliney3, Wiley2, William1) was born Private.  She married Raymond Donald Fox Private, son of Norman Fox and Ruby Thornton.  He was born December 08, 1924 in San Antonio, Texas54, and died April 12, 1960 in New Iberia, Louisiana.

    

Children of Agatha Morgan and Raymond Fox are:

+    48            i.   Raymond Donald7 Fox II, born Private.

+    49           ii.   Sharon Ann Fox, born Private.

+    50          iii.   Richard Norman Fox, born Private.

 

 

     42.  Leah Ann6 Morgan (Frank Elwin5, Frank Elwin4, Wiley Pliney3, Wiley2, William1) was born Private.  She married James Jordan Private.  He was born Private.

    

Child of Leah Morgan and James Jordan is:

      51            i.   Carol Ann7 Jordan, born Private.

 

 

     43.  Frank Elwin6 Morgan (Frank Elwin5, Frank Elwin4, Wiley Pliney3, Wiley2, William1) was born Private.  He married Beverly Ann Carter Private.  She was born Private.

    

Children of Frank Morgan and Beverly Carter are:

      52            i.   Linda Louise7 Morgan, died December 04, 1952.

      53           ii.   Rosalyn Morgan, born Private.

      54          iii.   Frank Elwin Morgan, born Private.

      55          iv.   Penny Jo Morgan, born Private.

 

 

     44.  Judith6 Morgan (Emerson O'Yama5, Frank Elwin4, Wiley Pliney3, Wiley2, William1) was born Private.  She married William Dillard Darby Private.  He was born Private.

    

Child of Judith Morgan and William Darby is:

      56            i.   Rebekah Ann7 Darby, born Private.

 

 

Generation No. 7

 

     48.  Raymond Donald7 Fox II (Agatha Virginia6 Morgan, Frank Elwin5, Frank Elwin4, Wiley Pliney3, Wiley2, William1) was born Private.  He married (1) Rita Nopens Private.  She was born Private.  He married (2) Nancy Bergman Private.  She was born Private.

    

Child of Raymond Fox and Rita Nopens is:

+    57            i.   Caprice Illene8 Fox, born Private.

 

    

Child of Raymond Fox and Nancy Bergman is:

      58            i.   Jennifer Elizabeth8 Fox, born Private.

 

 

     49.  Sharon Ann7 Fox (Agatha Virginia6 Morgan, Frank Elwin5, Frank Elwin4, Wiley Pliney3, Wiley2, William1) was born Private.  She married Thomas Benton Cruse Private.  He was born Private.

    

Children of Sharon Fox and Thomas Cruse are:

      59            i.   Tom8 Cruse, born August 13, 1971 in Monroe, Louisiana; died April 08, 1997.

      60           ii.   Jay Cruse, born Private.

      61          iii.   Mary Cruse, born Private.

 

 

     50.  Richard Norman7 Fox (Agatha Virginia6 Morgan, Frank Elwin5, Frank Elwin4, Wiley Pliney3, Wiley2, William1) was born Private.  He married Debra Jane Egan Private.  She was born Private.

    

Children of Richard Fox and Debra Egan are:

      62            i.   Richard Raymond8 Fox, born Private.

      63           ii.   Ryan Edward Fox, born Private.

      64          iii.   Robyn Seyward Fox, born Private.

      65          iv.   Renee Debra Fox, born Private.

 

 

Generation No. 8

 

     57.  Caprice Illene8 Fox (Raymond Donald7, Agatha Virginia6 Morgan, Frank Elwin5, Frank Elwin4, Wiley Pliney3, Wiley2, William1) was born Private.  She married (1) Robert Transue Private.  He was born Private.  She married (2) Eddie Whitten Private.  He was born Private.

    

Child of Caprice Fox and Robert Transue is:

      66            i.   Brice Cody9 Transue, born Private.

 

    

Child of Caprice Fox and Eddie Whitten is:

      67            i.   Eddie Kole9 Whitten, born Private.

 

 

 

Endnotes

 

1.  Descendancy Report of Ralph Gayden by Glenn Carlson, El Paso, TX,  (Self Published).

2.  1816 Census, Amite County, Mississippi Territory.

3.  Will of George Gayden,  (1819, Vol. 1, Book B pg 1-75, Amite County, Mississippi Probate).

4.  Will of William Morgan,  (Book 4, Vol, 5, 1827-1831, Amite County, Mississippi Probate).

5.  Will of Elizabeth Gayden Morgan,  (1852).

6.  1850 Census, Mississippi, Amite County.

7.  Will of William Morgan,  (Book 4, Vol, 5, 1827-1831, Amite County, Mississippi Probate), Amite County, Mississippi Probate Records.

8.  Edmund West Compiler, Gene Pool Individual Records from the Gene Pool Program,  (Provo, Utah  @ Ancestory.com), "Electronic."

9.  Will of William Morgan,  (Book 4, Vol, 5, 1827-1831, Amite County, Mississippi Probate).

10.  1850 Census, Mississippi, Amite County.

11.  Will of William Morgan,  (Book 4, Vol, 5, 1827-1831, Amite County, Mississippi Probate).

12.  Will of Elizabeth Gayden Morgan,  (1852).

13.  1850 Census, Mississippi, Amite County.

14.  Edmund West Compiler, Gene Pool Individual Records from the Gene Pool Program,  (Provo, Utah  @ Ancestory.com), "Electronic."

15.  Gene Pool Individual Records from the Gene Pool Program

16.  Edmund West Compiler, Gene Pool Individual Records from the Gene Pool Program,  (Provo, Utah  @ Ancestory.com), "Electronic."

17.  Will of William Morgan,  (Book 4, Vol, 5, 1827-1831, Amite County, Mississippi Probate).

18.  Gene Pool Individual Records from the Gene Pool Program

19.  Edmund West Compiler, Gene Pool Individual Records from the Gene Pool Program,  (Provo, Utah  @ Ancestory.com), "Electronic."

20.  Will of William Morgan,  (Book 4, Vol, 5, 1827-1831, Amite County, Mississippi Probate), Amite County, Mississippi Probate Records.

21.  Will of Elizabeth Gayden Morgan,  (1852).

22.  Ancestory.com, Mississippi Marriages, 1826-50.

23.  Will of William Morgan,  (Book 4, Vol, 5, 1827-1831, Amite County, Mississippi Probate).

24.  1850 Census, Mississippi, Amite County.

25.  Will of William Morgan,  (Book 4, Vol, 5, 1827-1831, Amite County, Mississippi Probate).

26.  Will of Elizabeth Gayden Morgan,  (1852).

27.  1850 Census, Mississippi, Amite County.

28.  Will of Mary Wilson,  (1859), Amite County, Mississippi Probate Records.

29.  Edmund West Compiler, Gene Pool Individual Records from the Gene Pool Program,  (Provo, Utah  @ Ancestory.com), "Electronic."

30.  Family Tree Maker, Marriage Index, Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri & Texas 1766-1981

31.  Gene Pool Individual Records from the Gene Pool Program

32.  1850 Census, Mississippi, Amite County.

33.  Will of William Morgan,  (Book 4, Vol, 5, 1827-1831, Amite County, Mississippi Probate).

34.  Will of Elizabeth Gayden Morgan,  (1852).

35.  Ancestory.com, Mississippi Marriages, 1826-50.

36.  1850 Census, Mississippi, Amite County.

37.  Edmund West Compiler, Gene Pool Individual Records from the Gene Pool Program,  (Provo, Utah  @ Ancestory.com), "Electronic."

38.  Will of William Morgan,  (Book 4, Vol, 5, 1827-1831, Amite County, Mississippi Probate).

39.  Will of Elizabeth Gayden Morgan,  (1852).

40.  1850 Census, Mississippi, Amite County.

41.  Gene Pool Individual Records from the Gene Pool Program

42.  Descendancy Report of Ralph Gayden by Glenn Carlson, El Paso, TX,  (Self Published).

43.  1850 Census, Mississippi, Amite County.

44.  1850 Census Louisiana, West Feliciana Parish, 270.

45.  Family Tree Maker, Marriage Index, Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri & Texas 1766-1981, "CD-ROM."

46.  Veon Zentner, Sacramento, California, Correspondence with Richard Fox,  (February 3, 2001).

47.  Affidavit of Marriage from Clerk of Court, Iberville Parish, Louisiana,  (Dated 12-1-2000).

48.  1870 Census, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge, 65.

49.  Affidavit of Marriage from Clerk of Court, Iberville Parish, Louisiana,  (Dated 12-1-2000).

50.  Veon Zentner, Sacramento, California, Correspondence with Richard Fox,  (February 3, 2001).

51.  Louisiana Genealogical & Historical Society, 1960, Noble Family Bible,  (Bible Records Volume 1, Part 3).

52.  Marriage Certificate, Dated 6-14-1922.

53.  Veon Zentner, Sacramento, California, Correspondence with Richard Fox,  (February 3, 2001).

54.  United States Naval Discharge Record.

 

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