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Selected Families and Individuals

Source Citations


Samuel G. Morgan

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/184439377/samuel-g_-morgan. "Samuel G. Morgan was the son of Peter Morgan and Noel Daffron of York County, South Carolina.

According to family legend several of Peter Morgan's children migrated to Alabama. First was his daughter Mary with her husband, Thomas Camp, accompanying them was her sister Delilah, who later married Samuel Lister in St. Clair County, Alabama. Then came Samuel G. Morgan, Elias, Anthony, Louisa, and Narcissa Adeline. Samuel G., Spencer and Narcissa settled in St. Clair County, while Elias and Anthony settled in other Alabama Counties. After their father Peter Morgan died in 1851 in York County, SC, his son John joined his siblings in Alabama.

Samuel G. Morgan was said to have married Margaret L. Dazy in South Carolina in 1840. They were said to have migrated to St. Clair County, Alabama about 1847.

The only written record we have for him is the 1850 Federal Census of District 40, St. Clair County, Alabama." Image.

21850 U.S. Census, M432_14 pg 122, 4 Dec 1850. "Samuel Morgan 35 M Farmer South Carolina
Margaret L Morgan 30 F South Carolina
Joseph S Morgan 9 M South Carolina
Timandra Morgan 4 F South Carolina
Sarah S Morgan 1 F Alabama."


Noah H. Daffron

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/141216930/noah-h_-daffron. "Noah Daffron's wife Narcissa Adeline Morgan was the daughter of Peter Morgan and Noel Daffron of York County, South Carolina.

Several of Peter Morgan's children migrated to Alabama. First was his daughter Mary, with her husband, Thomas Camp, accompanying them was her sister Delilah. Delilah later married Samuel Reed Lister in St Clair County, Alabama. Then came Samuel G. Morgan, Elias, Anthony, Louisa, and Narcissa Adeline. Samuel, Spencer and Narcissa settled in St Clair County, while Elias and Anthony settled in other Alabama Counties. Peter's son John joined them after Peter died in 1851.

Noah Daffron married Narcissa Adeline Morgan in St Clair County, Alabama about 1835 according to family researchers. They were the parents of nine children; all born in St Clair County, Alabama:
1. Cisson? born 1841 (From 1860 Federal Census)
2. Mary born 1844
3. Elvira born 1846
4. William Taylor Daffron born 1849
(Buried in Garden of Memories Cemetery)
5. Wesley born 1851
6. Nancy born 1853
(Buried in Garden of Memories Cemetery)
7. Frances born 1855
8. Permelia born 1857
9. Sidney Luther Daffron born 1859
(Buried in Garden of Memories Cemetery)

Noah age 88, and Narcissa age 83, were living in Ragland in the 1900 Census. We think that they both died after the year 1900 and before 1910. We think they are buried here in UNMARKED GRAVES near their three children." Image.

21860 U.S. Census, M653_23 pg 55, 5 Jul 1860. "Noah Daffron 47 M Farmer South Carolina
Adaline Daffron 39 F House Wife South Carolina
Cisson Daffron 19 M Farm laborer Alabama
Mary  Daffron16 F Alabama
Elvira Daffron 14 F Alabama
Taylor Daffron 11 M Alabama
Wesley Daffron 9 M Alabama
Nancy Daffron 7 F Alabama
Francis Daffron 5 F Alabama
Permelia Daffron 3 F Alabama
Sidney Daffron 1 M Alabama."

31870 U.S. Census, M593_40 pg 37, 7 Jun 1870. "Daffron, Noah 56 MW Farmer South Carolina
-------, Addeline 51 FW Keeping House South Carolina
Daffron, Nancy 18 FW Housekeeper Alabama
-------, Frances 16 FW At home Alabama
-------, Permelia 14 FW At home Alabama
-------, Sidney L 12 MW Work on Farm Alabama."

41900 U.S. Census, T623_38 pg 5B, 11 Jun 1900. "Dafron, Noah Head WM July 1812 87 M 65 South Carolina South Carolina South Carolina
------, Adline Wife WF Apr 1817 83 M 65 South Carolina South Carolina South Carolina
Stapels, Frances Daughter WF Nov 1855 44 Wd Alabama South Carolina South Carolina
Stapels, Odesa G-Daughter WF Jun 1884 15 S Alabama Alabama Alabama."


Narcissa Adaline Morgan

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/141216273/narcissa-adeline-daffron. "Narcissa Adeline Morgan was the daughter of Peter Morgan and Noel Daffron of York County, South Carolina. Narcissa is mentioned in the 1851 York South Carolina Will of Peter Morgan: "Adeline Morgan, the wife of Noah Daffin".

Several of Peter Morgan's children migrated to Alabama. First was his daughter Mary, with her husband, Thomas Camp, accompanying them was her sister Delilah. Delilah later married Samuel Reed Lister in St Clair County, Alabama. Then came Samuel G. Morgan, Ilias, Anthony, Louisa, and Narcissa Adeline. Samuel, Spencer and Narcissa settled in St Clair County, while Elias and Anthony settled in other Alabama Counties. Peter's son John joined them after Peter died in 1851.

Narcissa Adeline Morgan married Noah Daffron in St Clair County, Alabama about 1835 according to family researchers. They were the parents of nine children; all born in St Clair County, Alabama:
1. Cisson? born 1841
2. Mary born 1844
3. Elvira born 1846
4. William Taylor born 1849
(Buried in Garden of Memories Cemetery)
5. Wesley born 1851
6. Nancy born 1853
(Buried in Garden of Memories Cemetery)
7. Frances born 1855
8. Permelia born 1857
9. Sidney Luther born 1859
(Buried in Garden of Memories Cemetery)

Narcissa age 83, and Noah age 88, were living in Ragland, St Clair County, Alabama in the 1900 Federal Census. We think they are both buried here in UNMARKED GRAVES near their three children who are buried here." Image.


Elgia Lee Chamblis

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/84750974/elgia-lee-chamlis. Image.


Thelma Viola Daffron

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/84750955/thelma-viola-chamlis. Image.


John Sarratt Jr.

1Noble John Sarratt, Sarratt Family, History of the, pg 3. "John Sarratt, Jr., and his wife were buried near there upon Mike's Creek, where he first settled. A couple of tombstones mark their resting place. John died Sept. 13, 1854, aged 69 years, 7 months and 10 days; Jane, his wife, May 11, 1833, aged 54."

2FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/180222122/john,_6-sarratt. Image.


Jane Elender Ellis

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/180224127/jane-sarratt. Image.