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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. HANNAH MORGAN: Birth: BET 1750 AND 1756 in Bedford County, Virginia.

  2. SAMUEL MORGAN: Birth: ABT 1761 in Bedford County, Virginia.

  3. MORDECAI MORGAN: Birth: 9 JAN 1765 in Bedford County, Virginia. Death: BEF 29 APR 1829 in Bedford County, Virginia

  4. ABRAHAM MORGAN: Birth: 1766 in Virginia.

  5. MORGAN MORGAN: Birth: ABT 1767 in Bedford County, Virginia. Death: BEF 28 JUL 1828 in Bedford County, Virginia

  6. Person Not Viewable

  7. Person Not Viewable

  8. REESE MORGAN: Death: 1817


Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. LEWIS MORGAN: Birth: 1728. Death: 1816

  2. THOMAS MORGAN: Birth: ABT 1730. Death: BEF 1810

  3. ANN MORGAN: Birth: ABT 1732.

  4. LETTICA (LETITIA) MORGAN: Birth: ABT 1735 in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Death: 1813 in Pulaski County, Kentucky

  5. JOHN MORGAN: Birth: ABT 1736.

  6. WILLIAM MORGAN: Birth: ABT 1738.

  7. ELIZABETH MORGAN: Birth: 1739 in Wales. Death: 1827 in Kentucky

  8. MARY MORGAN: Birth: ABT 1742.

  9. SUANNA MORGAN: Birth: ABT 1744.


Sources
1. Source:   Rita Morrison Jones

Notes
a. Note:   Will of Thomas Morgan:
  In the name of GodAmen I Thomas Morgin of Bedford County being of perfect mind an memory, but calling to mind the mortality of man do make and Ordain This my Last Will and Testament in the following manner and form.
  I promise to give to my Son Lewis Morgin and to his heirs and assigns forever Two Shillings Sixpence Sterling.
  Item: I give to my son Thomas Morgin and to his heirs and assigns forever Two Shillings Sixpence Sterling. Item: I give to my daughter Ann Honsey and to her heirs and assigns forever One Shilling Threepence Sterling. Item: I give to my Daughter Elizabeth Vardiman and to her heirs and assigns forever One Shilling Threepence Sterling. Item: I give to myson John Morgin and to his heirs and assigns forever One Shilling Threepence Sterling. Item: I give to My Son William Morgin and to his heirs and assigns forever One Shilling Threepence Sterling. Item: I give to my Daughter Leatrice Richardson and to her heirs and assigns forever One Shilling Threepence Sterling. Item: I give to my Daughter Mary Morgan and to her Heirs and assigns forever (One Shilling Threepence Sterling). Item: I give to my Daughter Suanna Morgin and to her heirs and assigns forever One Shilling Threepence Sterling. Item: I give to my son Samuel Morgin and to his heisa and assigns forever One Shilling Threepence Sterling. Item: I give to my Daughter Hanar Inmon and to her heirs and Assigns forever One Shilling Threepence Sterling. Item: I give to my son Reease Morgin and to his heirs and assigns forever One Shilling Threepence Sterling. Item: I give to my daughter Pheaby Morgin and to her heirs and assigns forever on Cow and Calf. Item: I give to my Daughter Reachel and to her heirs and assigns forever one Coe and Calf. Item: I give to my Morgan Morgin and my son Mordecia Morgan my Old Plantation, only there is to be ten acres reserved of from it to be added to the place where I how live and there is to be Two Hundred Acres to be taken of the Six Hundred Acre Track at the south end and is to be added to my Old Plantation to them and their Heirs and assigns forever. Item: I give to my wife Fore Hundred Acres of land where I now live during her natural life and then it shall fall to my son Abraham Morgin to hin and his heirs and assigns forever and I likewise give to my Wife during her natural life all my movable estate and at her Death it is to be divided Bstewwn her children and I do hereby nominate make and ordain my Wife Ester Morgin and my Son samuel Morgin my only and sole execs. of this my last will and Testement Revoking and making null and viod all other Wills and Testements by me formerly made Declaring this and no other to be my last Will and Testement. In Witness of which I have hearunto set my hand and fixt my seale this First Day of April in the Year of our Lord God One Thousand Seven Hundred and Deventy Fore.
  Signed sealed and delivered His in the presents of William Hancock Thomas Morgin Elisha Inman, Mary Hancock
  The following is from Dennis Nicklaus's posting on the internet: Thomas continued to purchase land (in Virginia); June 1763: 243 acres; June 1763: 396 acres; September 1764: 400 acres. In addition to farming he continues to trade as a miller. For unknown reasons, Indians did not lime mills; his first mill was burnt by Indians who turned on the mill machinery when there was no grain to be ground and friction from the mill stones rubbing together set the building on fire. A second mill was built near the site of the first mill. He (Thomas) died in 1774, it is said he was killed by an arrow while standing in the mill door.
  On May 8, 1758, thomas Morgan, along with Christian Choat and Jacob Biborn of Bedford County, virginia, wrote a letter to George Washington describing an Indian raid in Bedford County. This letter is preserved with other Washington papars in the Library of congress. Here is it's text:
  A merandom of what of what we the subscribers have seen by the indins when we come to the house we saw a indin with a kinife in his hand gun acting as tho he had a mind to kill us and went out and gage a hallow and then several more apeard and he returnd in again and took my gun and took site at my face and the rest Jumpt of their horses with their guns and knives dran in their hands and hallowing and runi8ng as fast as they could to the hous and when we told them they should not do so they with their knives opened to stab us so we maid off as fast as we could and we heard them braking open the chests as we took it to be as witness out hands. THOMAS MORGAIN, JACOB DILINN, CHRISTIAN CHOAT


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