Note: J. A. Morgan had two sons and two daughters. I'm not sure of thebirth years except for Luther who was born 8-18-1878. I know Arthur D. Morgan was olde r
than Luther, and I believe Ida was possibly the oldest or next tooldest child. I believe Ella may have been the youngest as I remember her dyingsometime while I lived in Little Rock, probably in the late sixties. I believeshe was buried at Morganton, Ar. When younger she married Will Neal andthey lived at Kensett, Ar. I remember them having a large two story house andthey rented rooms. Ida married Charlie Gilliam and they lived out in the countryin Center Hill,Ar. (out of Searcy, Ar.). They had a child, Herman, who marriedand had a son about my age named C. P. Gilliam. At one time I heard he livedin Memphis, Tenn. I have a picture of him with me when he was veryyoung. Uncle Charlie farmed, he raised watermelons, tobacco, peaches, apples, etc.We would go visit them in the summer when I was young and help them peelpeaches and apples and slice them and put them on the roof of the barn to dry.When we went to see them we drove as far as we could and then Uncle Charlie picked us up in his wagon and took us the rest of the way as we had to cross creeks that had no bridges.
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