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Terry Mason's Family History Site

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Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


Artemus E. Woods

Listed as Artensas in 1880 census.


John Morgan

RESEARCHER: Thomas E. Foulks HYPERTEXT [ http://htmlhelp.rootsweb.com/webtree/FO/fodemo.htm ]
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Land: brother-in-law of William Foulks. Sold 1/4 section of land in Columbiana Cty, OH, to William in 1811. Per Minabelle Foulks writeup.

Burial: There is a John Morgan buried in the Morgan Plot of the Clinton U.P.Cemetery in Clinton, Pa. age 76 years.

Birth: Ref: History of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania 1753-1876, by L.H. Everts & Co., Findlay Township. Carnegie Library, East Liverpool, Ohio. John was the first white child born in Findlay Twp.

RESEARCHER-DESCENDANTS: Information sent to T.Mason on 5 Dec 2002 by Patricia Kemp [dugamer@hotmail.com].

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The following information sent from John Burness to T.Mason on 29 Jan 2012.

He may have been in the household of Charles Morgan in the 1790 census at Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA. John Morgan received a bequest in the will of Charles Morgan on 6 May 1800.
John Morgan appeared on the 1800 census at Moon Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA, age 16-26, with 1 male under 10, and 1 female 16-26 (Elizabeth Morgan and Charles Morgan may have been in his household, based on sex and age).
John Morgan appeared on the 1810 census at Moon Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA, age 26-45, with 3 males under 10, 1 male 10-16, 1 female under 10, 1 female 16-26, and 1 female 26-45 (Elizabeth Reardon, Charles Morgan, Frances Morgan, Daniel Morgan and James Morgan may have been in his household, based on sex and age).
On 4 Apr 1815, John Morgan of Allegheny County, purchased from Daniel Morgan of Allegheny County, for $752, a tract of 288 acres, being part of a tract of 407¼ acres called "Peek of Ree" on Rackoon Creek at Washington County, Pennsylvania, USA. The deed was signed by Daniel Morgan.
On 12 Mar 1819 John Morgan was granted a patent for 329 ¼ acres at Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.
On 28 Dec 1819 John Morgan was party with William Foulks in an agreement with Daniel Morgan. As of 1820, he was also known as John Morgin.
John Morgin appeared on the 1820 census at Moon Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA, age 26-45, with 3 males under 10, 3 males 10-16, 2 males 16-26, 2 females under 10, 1 female 16-26, and 1 female 26-45 (Elizabeth Reardon, Charles Morgan, Frances Morgan, Daniel Morgan, James Morgan, William Morgan, Jeremiah Morgan, Simon D. Morgan and Elizabeth Morgan) may have been in his household, based on sex and age).
On 10 Sep 1829, John Morgan and Elizabeth Reardon sold to Christian Weaver for $1600, a tract of 183 acres on Potato Garden Run, part of two adjoining tracts (316 acres called "Websters Common" willed by Charles Morgan to John Morgan, and 329 acres granted to John Morgan by patent on 12 March 1819) at Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA. The deed was signed by John Morgan and Elizabeth Morgan.
John Morgan appeared on the 1830 census at Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA, age 50-60, with 2 males 20-30, 3 males 30-40, 2 females 10-15, 1 female 30-40, and 1 female 50-60 (Elizabeth Reardon, Charles Morgan, Daniel Morgan, James Morgan, William Morgan, Jeremiah Morgan, Simon D. Morgan and Elizabeth Morgan may have been in his
household, based on sex and age).
On 30 Jan 1832, John Morgan purchased from William Morgan and Jane Cain for $275 a tract of 30 acres on Potato Garden Run, being part of tract of 402 acres called "Dawson's Choice" at Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA. The deed was
signed by William Morgan and Jane Morgan.
John Morgan received a bequest in the will of Daniel Morgan on 27 Jun 1833.
On 21 Sep 1835, John Morgan purchased from Betty Morgan and Simon Morgan, Mary Charles, Henry Aten, Mary Morgan, James Morgan, Nancy Morgan, James Wells and Sarah Morgan for $3800 paid by Daniel Morgan in his lifetime, plus $700 paid by John Morgan, a tract of 467 acres on easterly branch of Lawrence's Creek at Mason County, Kentucky, USA. being the same tract
granted to Charles Morgan by patent dated 20 August 1786, which he left to his eight children by his will dated 6 May 1800. The deed was signed by Elizabeth Foulkes (late Elizabeth Morgan, Simon Morgan and his wife Mary Morgan, Henry Aten and his wife Mary Aten (late Mary Morgan), James Morgan, Nancy Morgan, and James Wells and his wife Sarah Wells (late Sarah Morgan).
On 21 Sep 1835 Betty Morgan of Richland County, Ohio for $500, conveyed to John Morgan of Allegheny County all interest in estate of Charles Morgan. The deed was signed by Elizabeth Foulks.
On 8 Mar 1836, John Morgan and Elizabeth Reardon of Allegheny County, sold to James Morgan of Columbiana County, Ohio, for $750, two lots at Clinton, Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA. The deed was signed by John Morgan and Elizabeth Morgan.
John Morgan appeared on the 1840 census at Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA, age 60-70, with 4 males 20-30, 1 male 50-60, 2 females 20-30, and 1 female 60-70 (Elizabeth Reardon, Daniel Morgan, William Morgan, Jeremiah Morgan, Simon D. Morgan and Elizabeth Morgan may have been in his household, based on sex and age).
On 29 Aug 1846 James Morgan and Henry Aten, Mary Morgan, Nancy Morgan, James Wells, Sarah Morgan and Simon Morgan for $200 convey to John Morgan their share in estate of Charles Morgan, excepting what they have already received. The deed was signed by James Morgan, Henry Aten, Mary Aten, Nancy Morgan, James Wells, Sarah Wells and Simon Morgan.
On 2 Aug 1849 James Morgan for $322 conveyed to John Morgan all interest in the estate of his father William Morgan. The deed was signed by James Morgan.
John Morgan appeared on the 1850 census enumerated on 5 Sep 1850 at Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA, as a farmer, age 74 with Daniel Morgan and Jeremiah Morgan in his household. He wrote a will on 15 Mar 1852 leaving bequests to Daniel R. L. Morgan, Sarah Morgan, John Morgan Ferguson, James Ferguson, Mary Ferguson, Sarah Ferguson, Emily Ferguson, Daniel Ferguson, Sarah Foulks, Charles Morgan, Daniel Morgan, Jeremiah Morgan, James Morgan, Simon D. Morgan, William Morgan, Stephen D. Morgan, Isabella Forbes, Frances Forbes, Juliana Morgan, Daniel Morgan Forbes, Martha Jane McCormick and Elizabeth Georgiana Urie leaving bequeaths. "I give and bequeath to Daniel L. R. Morgan of the State of Indiana all the lands I have in the County of Adams, Brown, Pike, Ross and Scioto in the State of Ohio, that was bequeathed to me by my brither Daniel, except such as I have or may otherwise dispose of. I reserve therein the sum of twelve hunded dollars, to be paid to my Executors by the said Daniel L. R. Morgan within two years. All of which I give to him, his heirs and assigns forever."
On 15 May 1852, John Morgan of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, sold to Stephen D. Morgan of Mason County, Kentucky, for
$5, and because John Morgan was instructed by the will of Daniel Morgan dated 29 June 1833 to provide for Daniel's children, a tract of 467 acres on the easterly branch of Lawrence's Creek at Mason County, Kentucky, USA. The deed was signed by John Morgan.


Elizabeth Rardin

RESEARCHER: Thomas E. Foulks HYPERTEXT [ http://htmlhelp.rootsweb.com/webtree/FO/fodemo.htm ]
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Burial: Tombstone in Clinton UP Church Cemetery, Clinton, Pa.


Daniel Morgan

In 1850 census in his father's home.

The following information sent from John Burness to T.Mason on 29 Jan 2012.

He may have been in the household of John Morgan in the 1810 census at Moon Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA.
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.
Daniel Morgan (age 40) appeared on the 1850 census enumerated on 5 Sep 1850 at Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA, in the household of John Morgan. He was a farmer.
Daniel Morgan received a bequest in the will of John Morgan on 15 Mar 1852.
He was enumerated in the household of Daniel Ferguson in the census on 20 Jun 1860 at Findlay Township, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA, as a farmer age 60.
On 13 Jun 1868 George W. Morgan, a nephew and heir petitioned the Orphan's Court to partition property of the late Daniel Morgan consisting of 280 acres and 13 perches at Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, USA. The deed was signed by Alexander R. Thomson, Administrator.


Jesse Foulks

RESEARCHER: Thomas E. Foulks HYPERTEXT [ http://htmlhelp.rootsweb.com/webtree/FO/fodemo.htm ]
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Census: 1850 U.S.Census 26 Aug. 1850, Butler Twp, Richland Cty, Ohio. Page 502,Dwelling 37 Family 37.

The following information sent from John Burness to T.Mason on 29 Jan 2012.

He may have been in the household of William Fulks in the 1820 census at St Clair Township, Columbiana County, Ohio, USA.
  Jesse Foulks appeared on the 1830 census at Blooming Grove Township, Richland County, Ohio, USA, age 20-30, with 1 male under 5, 1 male 10-15, 1 female under 5, 1 female 20-30, and 1 female 50-60 (Mary Rice may have been in his household, based on sex and age).
  Jesse Foulks appeared on the 1840 census at Blooming Grove Township, Richland County, Ohio, USA, age 30-40, with 3 females under 5, 1 female 5-10, and 1 female 30-40 (Mary Rice, Elizabeth Foulks, Minerva Foulks, Sarah Foulks and Nancy Foulks may have been in his household, based on sex and age).
  Jesse Foulks appeared on the 1850 census enumerated on 26 Aug 1850 at Butler Township, Richland County, Ohio, USA, as a farmer, age 43 with Mary Foulks, Elizabeth Foulks, Minerva Foulks, Sarah Foulks, Nancy Foulks, Charles Foulks and Matilda Foulks in his household.

Obituary: Jesse Foulks OHIO LIBERAL: 02 July 1884, Vol. 12, No. 12 re-printed from the EMPORIA NEWS (Emporia, Kansas)
Jesse Foulks, an aged citizen of Emporia, departed this life yesterday evening, June 17, in his eighty-first year. He was a native of Richland county, Ohio, where he resided until eleven years ago, when he removed with his family to Emporia, spending here in a quiet way the declining years of a lie which had always been such as to command respect. He was married about fifty-five years since to Mary Rice, from whom in death he has not long been seperated, as she died in Emporia last August. The death of Mr. Foulks makes the fourth visitation of death to the bereaved family within two years past, two daughters having died within that period. The only surviving members of the family are C.M., land commissioner of the A.T.& S.F. R.R., and Miss Nanie Foulks, both of whom were present to soothe the dying hours of their aged father. The funeral services took place from the residence of the deceased, South Commercial street, this afternoon at 4 o'clock, Rev. Mr. Powell, of Topeka, officiating.


Mary Rice

RESEARCHER: Thomas E. Foulks HYPERTEXT [ http://htmlhelp.rootsweb.com/webtree/FO/fodemo.htm ]

Census: 1850 U.S.Census, Butler Twp .Richland Cty Ohio Page 502, Dwelling 37, family 37. Census taken 26 Aug 1850.