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Simon D. Morgan
The following information sent from John Burness to T.Mason on 29 Jan 2012.
He may have been in the household of John Morgin in the 1820 census at Moon Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.
He may have been in the household of John Morgan in the 1830 census at Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.
He may have been in the household of John Morgan in the 1840 census at Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.
As of 1850, he was also known as Simon Morgan.
Simon Morgan appeared on the 1850 census enumerated on 1 Jun 1850 at Richland Township, Clinton County, Ohio, USA, as a farmer, age 33 with Ulyssis Morgan in his household.
Simon D. Morgan received a bequest in the will of John Morgan on 15 Mar 1852.
Obituary: Died, on Saturday, Feb. 7, 1857, at the residence of his relative, Col. Stephen Morgan, near Washington, Ky, after a long confinement, of consumption, Mr. Simon D. Morgan, of Morganza, Wayne County, Virginia, aged about 45 years. The deceased was a man of marked energy of character. His strong native intellect was highly cultivated, and fitted him for the most exalted and responsible stations. He was a graduate of Jefferson College, Pennsylvania, and afterwards studied law - thus preparing himself for a brilliant and honorable career. But he sought in retirement, and in the liberal enjoyment of an ample fortune, that pleasure which too many seek in vain in the turmoils of an active public life. He had no family of his own, but his fine social qualities, winning manners and generaous heart made him many attached and devoted friends, who will mourn the loss of an excellent neighbour and worthy citizen. He was most tenderly and kindly nursed during his protracted illness. His funeral was preached in the Presbyterian Church at Washington by the pastor, Rev. J. H. Condit, and a large concourse followed his remains to their final resting place among the tombs of some of his relatives in the Baptist graveyard.
Simon D. Morgan received a bequest in the will of Jeremiah Morgan on 3 Oct 1867.
Gottfried went to live in the place of his birth after his marriage. This is Zell-Weierbach listed also as Weingarten. Their son Engelbert was married in 1870 and the entry states his father is dead. No death entry was found. Trudy Schenk's experience in this particular area of Baden is that sometimes an entry can be found in a neighboring village because a priest could have been ill or for some other reason.
Therese or Theresia Henn
Could not find the death of Therese Kihli nee Henn. She could have moved in with one of her children in a neighboring village.