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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.
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