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Selected Families and Individuals

Source Citations


Rachel Elizabeth Morgan

1Tyler's quarterly historical and genealogical magazine - v. 25 (1943-1944) - v. 25, no. 4 Apr 1944, pg 276, 973 B2t 1967 v. 25 1943-1944. "In 1789 (Ibid., D. B. 10, p. 200) Simon Morgan, for love and affection, gave to his son Simon Jr. 332 acres on Pignut Ridge. In 1796 Simon, with consent of his wife Elizabeth, conveyed to George Pickett a tract granted said Simon by Gov. Isaac Shelby of Kentucky, in part of a military warrant for 1,000 acres surveyed Mar. 2, 1785, in the district set apart for officers and soldiers of the Continental line (Ibid., D. B. 13, p. 241). Simon Morgan was a Captain in the Revolution and an original member of the Cincinnati in Virginia (Va. Mag., vol. 6, p. 27). In 1794, he was Adjutant-General of Virginia, and a letter from him in this capacity, adIressed to the Generals of Division, regarding the number of men each district should furnish, is given in the Calendar of Virginia State Papers, vol. 7, p. 191. The letter has this postscript: "N. B. Your returns or any other business with me respecting the militia will be directed to me in Fauquier Co. or Mr. Samuel Coleman in Richmond." Simon died testate n Fauquier 1810. His will (Fauquier W. B. 5, p. 167) directs that his sons, Charles W. and Daniel, who are to be the exors, shall sell his lands in the states of Kentucky and Ohio and in the Virginia counties of Louisa, Hardy, Hampshire and Frederick; provision is made for wife Elizabeth and the estate is ordered equally divided between the children, Lucy P. Morgan, Charles W. Morgan, Daniel Morgan, Nancy T. Morgan, Eliza M. Morgan, Maria M. Morgan, George Morgan and William Morgan."


Nancy Temple Morgan

1Tyler's quarterly historical and genealogical magazine - v. 25 (1943-1944) - v. 25, no. 4 Apr 1944, pg 276, 973 B2t 1967 v. 25 1943-1944. "In 1789 (Ibid., D. B. 10, p. 200) Simon Morgan, for love and affection, gave to his son Simon Jr. 332 acres on Pignut Ridge. In 1796 Simon, with consent of his wife Elizabeth, conveyed to George Pickett a tract granted said Simon by Gov. Isaac Shelby of Kentucky, in part of a military warrant for 1,000 acres surveyed Mar. 2, 1785, in the district set apart for officers and soldiers of the Continental line (Ibid., D. B. 13, p. 241). Simon Morgan was a Captain in the Revolution and an original member of the Cincinnati in Virginia (Va. Mag., vol. 6, p. 27). In 1794, he was Adjutant-General of Virginia, and a letter from him in this capacity, adIressed to the Generals of Division, regarding the number of men each district should furnish, is given in the Calendar of Virginia State Papers, vol. 7, p. 191. The letter has this postscript: "N. B. Your returns or any other business with me respecting the militia will be directed to me in Fauquier Co. or Mr. Samuel Coleman in Richmond." Simon died testate n Fauquier 1810. His will (Fauquier W. B. 5, p. 167) directs that his sons, Charles W. and Daniel, who are to be the exors, shall sell his lands in the states of Kentucky and Ohio and in the Virginia counties of Louisa, Hardy, Hampshire and Frederick; provision is made for wife Elizabeth and the estate is ordered equally divided between the children, Lucy P. Morgan, Charles W. Morgan, Daniel Morgan, Nancy T. Morgan, Eliza M. Morgan, Maria M. Morgan, George Morgan and William Morgan."


Spencer G. Morgan

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/122021659. Image.


Spencer G. Morgan

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/122021659. Image.


Spencer G. Morgan

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/122021659. Image.