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Selected Families and Individuals

Source Citations


Daniel Morgan

1Tyler's quarterly historical and genealogical magazine - v. 25 (1943-1944) - v. 25, no. 4 Apr 1944, pg 274, 973 B2t 1967 v. 25 1943-1944. "Similarly the Daniel Morgan of Fauquier, who in 1802 (D. B. 15, p. 195) conveyed certain property, "my right being 1/3 of the following property," to Joseph and William Morgan may have been William's son of that name."

Continued in the record of his father William's son - Charles born to William's first wife.


John Withers

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/93597083/john-withers. "Fauquier, a deed April 25, 1798, from William Withers, of Lincoln county, Ky., to John and Enoch K. Withers, of Fauquier, reciting that the said William Withers had appointed the said John Withers, his attorney, to sell any land he (William) possessed under the will of his father John Withers, of Stafford county, Virginia
deceased. To the only son of John Withers, of Stafford idied 1794) who can be definitely assigned, was William Withers who lived in Lincoln County, Ky., in 1798.

FAUQUIER CO. VA. DEED BOOK 14; 1798-1801
p. 218-220
WILLIAM WITHERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY KY. for diverse good cause and
considerations, me hereunto moving, have made, ordained constituted and
appointed by their presents to make, ordain, constitute and appoint my trusty
SON JOHN WITHERS of Fauquier Co. Va. my true and lawful attorney in fact for me... to receive money due me. I do hereby appoint my said attorney and rest him will full power and in my name to ask, demand, and receive all singular the lands and personal estate which legally descends to me or ought to descend to me or my heirs from MY FATHER, JOHN WITHERS, deceased, late of COUNTY OF
STAFFORD in Va. and in my name to make or cause to be made such division in my aforesaid FATHER’s ESTATE as he my attorney shall think most advisable and when such Division is made in the ....
Signed Jan. 29, 1795 William Withers.
Lincoln Co. (KY) Ct.- William Withers has this day sworn and subscribed his name and acknowledged the power of attorney.
Power of attorney subscribed by witnesses HENRY PAWLING and WILLIAM BUFORD,
Esq. acting justices of peace. Presented Fauquier Co. Va. July 24, 1798.

p. 928 I, JOHN WITHERS (son of old field) For 347 pounds paid by JAMES WITHERS of GREAT RUN deed all right and title which my FATHER, WILLIAM WITHERS claims to a certain slave named DICK devised to him by LAST WILL AND
TESTAMENT OF JOHN WITHERS, LATE OF STAFFORD (Co. Va.), deceased. {See Fauquier Co. Va. Deed Bk. 14 p. 218-220.) (This John (son of old field) must mean John lives at a place called OLDFIELD. He is son of Wm. of Lincoln Co.
KY.-JW)." Image.


Sarah Morgan

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/93597095/sarah-withers. Image.


Julius Ceasar Withers

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/62726472?search=true. Image.


William Bruce

1Tyler's quarterly historical and genealogical magazine - v. 25 (1943-1944) - v. 25, no. 4 Apr 1944, pg 274, 973 B2t 1967 v. 25 1943-1944. "Fauquier Marriage Bonds contain the following: Phoebe Morgan and Jacob Fishback Feb. 18, 1771, Alice Morgan and John Fishback June 17, 1771, Rosanna Morgan and Edward Settle Sept. 28, 1772, William Bruce and Hannah Morgan Nov. 28, 1791, James Withers and Frankie Morgan Nov. 12, 1792."

2Virginia Marriages, 1785-1940, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XRDJ-GTB. "Name: William Bruce
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 28 Nov 1791
Event Place: Fauquier, Virginia, United States
Event Place (Original): Fauquier, Virginia, United States
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Spouse's Name: Hannah Morgan
Spouse's Gender: Female
Spouse's Marital Status: Single

Other information in the record of William Bruce
Name: William Bruce
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 28 Nov 1791
Event Place: Fauquier, Virginia, United States
Event Place (Original): Fauquier, Virginia, United States
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Spouse's Name: Hannah Morgan
Spouse's Gender: Female
Spouse's Marital Status: Single

Reference ID: 337
GS Film Number: 31633
Digital Folder Number: 007578972
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M00427-1
System Origin: EASY
Record Number: 171

Citing this Record
"Virginia Marriages, 1785-1940", database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XRDJ-GTB : 29 January 2020), Hannah Morgan in entry for William Bruce, 1791." Image.


Hannah Morgan

1Tyler's quarterly historical and genealogical magazine - v. 25 (1943-1944) - v. 25, no. 4 Apr 1944, pg 274, 973 B2t 1967 v. 25 1943-1944. "Fauquier Marriage Bonds contain the following: Phoebe Morgan and Jacob Fishback Feb. 18, 1771, Alice Morgan and John Fishback June 17, 1771, Rosanna Morgan and Edward Settle Sept. 28, 1772, William Bruce and Hannah Morgan Nov. 28, 1791, James Withers and Frankie Morgan Nov. 12, 1792."

2Virginia Marriages, 1785-1940, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XRDJ-GTB. "Name: William Bruce
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 28 Nov 1791
Event Place: Fauquier, Virginia, United States
Event Place (Original): Fauquier, Virginia, United States
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Spouse's Name: Hannah Morgan
Spouse's Gender: Female
Spouse's Marital Status: Single

Other information in the record of William Bruce
Name: William Bruce
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 28 Nov 1791
Event Place: Fauquier, Virginia, United States
Event Place (Original): Fauquier, Virginia, United States
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Single
Spouse's Name: Hannah Morgan
Spouse's Gender: Female
Spouse's Marital Status: Single

Reference ID: 337
GS Film Number: 31633
Digital Folder Number: 007578972
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M00427-1
System Origin: EASY
Record Number: 171

Citing this Record
"Virginia Marriages, 1785-1940", database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XRDJ-GTB : 29 January 2020), Hannah Morgan in entry for William Bruce, 1791." Image.


Charles Morgan

1Tyler's quarterly historical and genealogical magazine - v. 25 (1943-1944) - v. 25, no. 4 Apr 1944, pg 275, 973 B2t 1967 v. 25 1943-1944. "Charles, son of Simon, by 1804 was in Alleghany Co., Pa., as, in that year and so described, he deeded (Fauquier D. B. 15, p. 636) to Walter A. Smith, William B. Smith, Jams D. Smith, Mary W. Smith, Nancy A. O'Bannon, Elizabeth D. Smith and Kitty H. Smith, the heirs of William Smith, deceased, 462 acres lying in Fauquier Co. adjoining Joseph Blackwell, etc., being land taken up by Waugh Darnell excepting the graveyard "where my parents and brethren are buried." By 1810 Charles had died, and William Ash, as his administrator, gave a receipt to Walter A. Smith
pg 276
(Ibid., D. B. 17, p. 500), one of the administrators of William Smith, decd., evidently for the purchase price of the land Charles¢ M organ had sold some years before."

2Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994, Page 241. "https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L991-8SDM?cc=1999196&wc=9PMF-823%3A268499101%2C281590401 : 3 July 2014), Allegheny > Wills 1789-1823 vol 1-2 > image 163 of 458; county courthouses, Pennsylvania."

3FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=52019310. "CHARLES MORGAN
DIED
OCT 23, 1808
AGED
65 YEARS." Image.

4Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L991-8SDM?cc=1999196&wc=9PMF-823%3A268499101%2C281590401. "Image 163-4 of 458." Image.

51790 U.S. Census. "1790 Census Reference Chart:
A) Free White Male age 16 and upwards (including Head of Household)
B) Free White Males under age 16
C) Free White Females (including Head of Household)
D) All other free persons, except Indians, not taxed
E) Slaves
*************************************************************

PORTION OF COUNTY            A  B  C  D  E
TAKEN FROM WASHINGTON COUNTY
Folks, Geo                                1
Morgan, Chas                           1   5   4      1."

6Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L991-8SDM?cc=1999196&wc=9PMF-823%3A268499101%2C281590401. "Image 163 of 458." Image.

7Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994, pg 166 . Image.


Frances Mary Lee

1Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L991-8SDM?cc=1999196&wc=9PMF-823%3A268499101%2C281590401. "Image 163-4 of 458." Image.

2FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=52019341. "FRANCES
WIFE OF
CHARLES MORGAN
DIED
OCT 31, 1831
AGED 86 YEARS." Incorrectly identifies her as marrying Charles in 1781 and as the mother of Elizabeth (who was born in 1771). Image.

3Tyler's quarterly historical and genealogical magazine - v. 25 (1943-1944) - v. 25, no. 4 Apr 1944, pg 275, 973 B2t 1967 v. 25 1943-1944. "Charles, son of Simon, by 1804 was in Alleghany Co., Pa., as, in that year and so described, he deeded (Fauquier D. B. 15, p. 636) to Walter A. Smith, William B. Smith, Jams D. Smith, Mary W. Smith, Nancy A. O'Bannon, Elizabeth D. Smith and Kitty H. Smith, the heirs of William Smith, deceased, 462 acres lying in Fauquier Co. adjoining Joseph Blackwell, etc., being land taken up by Waugh Darnell excepting the graveyard "where my parents and brethren are buried." By 1810 Charles had died, and William Ash, as his administrator, gave a receipt to Walter A. Smith
pg 276
(Ibid., D. B. 17, p. 500), one of the administrators of William Smith, decd., evidently for the purchase price of the land Charles¢ M organ had sold some years before."

4Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994, Page 241. "https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L991-8SDM?cc=1999196&wc=9PMF-823%3A268499101%2C281590401 : 3 July 2014), Allegheny > Wills 1789-1823 vol 1-2 > image 163 of 458; county courthouses, Pennsylvania."


James Morgan

1Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994, https://www.familysearch.org/photos/artifacts/119463052?cid=mem_copy. "6 May 1800 will of Charles Morgan (Page 243)." Image.


Nancy Morgan

1Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994, https://www.familysearch.org/photos/artifacts/119463052?cid=mem_copy. "6 May 1800 will of Charles Morgan (Page 243)." Image.

2FindaGrave.com, http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=144398958. Image.


Gen. Simon Morgan Jr.

1Tyler's quarterly historical and genealogical magazine - v. 25 (1943-1944) - v. 25, no. 4 Apr 1944, pg 275, 973 B2t 1967 v. 25 1943-1944. "Simon Jr. married in Fauquier March 14, 1786, Elizabeth Pickett."

2John K. Gett, Virginia, Fauquier County 1759-1854 Marriage Bonds, pp.142-143.

3Tyler's quarterly historical and genealogical magazine - v. 25 (1943-1944) - v. 25, no. 4 Apr 1944, pg 276. "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."


Elizabeth Pickett

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."

2Tyler's quarterly historical and genealogical magazine - v. 25 (1943-1944) - v. 25, no. 4 Apr 1944, pg 275. "Simon Jr. married in Fauquier March 14, 1786, Elizabeth Pickett."

3John K. Gett, Virginia, Fauquier County 1759-1854 Marriage Bonds, pp.142-143.


Lucy Pickett 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."


Maria M. 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."


George 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."


John Clark

1Tyler's quarterly historical and genealogical magazine - v. 25 (1943-1944) - v. 25, no. 4 Apr 1944, pg 275, 973 B2t 1967 v. 25 1943-1944. "Susanna married Feb. 15, 1791, John Clark."

2Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994, https://www.familysearch.org/photos/artifacts/119463052?cid=mem_copy. "6 May 1800 will of Charles Morgan (Page 243)." Image.


Susanna "Sucky" Morgan

1Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994, https://www.familysearch.org/photos/artifacts/119463052?cid=mem_copy. "6 May 1800 will of Charles Morgan (Page 243)." Image.

2Tyler's quarterly historical and genealogical magazine - v. 25 (1943-1944) - v. 25, no. 4 Apr 1944, pg 275, 973 B2t 1967 v. 25 1943-1944. "Susanna married Feb. 15, 1791, John Clark."