Biographical Sketch of S. H. Morgan

S.H. Morgan, of the firm of Morgan & Berry, grocers, was born in Ind.; moved to Lucas County, Iowa, in 1859. He enlisted in 1861, in Co. C., 13th Ia. Vol.; served until Sept., 1862; then returned to Lucas County and engaged in farming; removed to Harrison County in 1864 and settled in St. Johns



Biographical Sketch of M. Morgan

M. Morgan, of the firm of Butler & Morgan, grocers, was born in Scott County, Ia., in 1846. He enlisted in May 1864, in the 44th Ia. regiment, and was discharged in the autumn of the same year. He re-enlisted in Jan., 1865, in the 20th, Ia., Co. G.; was transferred to the 29th Ia.



Biography of General Daniel Morgan

General Daniel Morgan was born in Bucks county, Pennsylvania, in 1737, and moved to Virginia in 1755. He was a private soldier under General Braddock, and after the defeat of that officer returned to his occupation of a farmer and a wagoner. When the war of the Revolution broke out, he joined the army under



Biographical Sketch of Capt. Henry E. Morgan

CAPT. HENRY E. MORGAN. – This well-known pioneer of 1849 is a native of Groton, Connecticut, and was born October 30, 1825. He moved with his parents to Meriden, in the same state, residing there until April, 1849, when he set forth for California in a bark via Cape Horn, arriving in San Francisco the



Biography of Hon. Hiram D. Morgan

HON. HIRAM D. MORGAN. – This gentleman, whose portrait appears in this history, and who is so well known up and down the Sound, has had a varied pioneer life since 1853. He is a native of Ohio, having been born at Mount Ayre in 1822. During his boyhood, his parents moved to Marion and



Biography of Judge John T. Morgan

The gentleman whose name heads this review has been a conspicuous figure in the legislative and judicial history of two states. Probably the public life of no other illustrious citizen of Idaho has extended over as long a period as his, and certainly the life of none has been more varied in service, more constant



Biographical Sketch of Mordecai Morgan

Mordecai Morgan, of Shelby County, Kentucky, married Catharine Turner, and settled in (now) Warren County, Missouri, in 1814. He was a noted pioneer of that County, and the first County Court was held in his house. His children were Malinda, Hiram, Rachel, Maranda, Matilda, Missouri, Martha, and Minerva. Malinda married James Bryan, a son of



Biography of William Y. Morgan, Hon.

Hon. William Y. Morgan is one of the men who have attained sufficiency of public distinction so that he might merely give his address as Kansas and every one would know the who’s who and who’s what about him. He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, April 6, 1866, a son of W. A. and Minnie



Biographical Sketch of Charles F. Morgan

Morgan, Charles F.; lawyer; born, Oberlin, Ohio, Aug. 3, 1851; son of John and Elizabeth Leonard Morgan; graduated from Oberlin College, in 1872, degrees A. B. and A. M.; married, Cleveland, July 12, 1883, Mary Betheah Roach; two sons, Whittier Roach, and Gilbert Eugene; counselor and trial lawyer in all kinds of law; equity and



Biographical Sketch of Robert David Morgan

Morgan, Robert David; attorney; born, Cleveland, Oct. 26, 1879; son of Robert and Katherine Morgan; educated, Cleveland Grammar and High School, Milwaukee Medical College, Baldwin University, LL. B.; married, Cleveland, Dec. 31, 1904, Margaret Taylor Silsby; issue, three daughters, and one son; formerly private sec’y to the late Robert W. Taylor, U. S. District Judge;



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