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Lottie L. Morgan
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Birth: Sep. 15, 1921
Burley
Cassia County
Idaho, USA
Death: Feb. 2, 2002
Roseburg
Douglas County
Oregon, USA

LOTTIE L. MORGAN - Passed away February 09, 2002 in Roseburg after a lenghty illness - she was 80 years old. Lottie was born to Simon and Ethel Buster in Buhl, Idaho, on September 15, 1921. She marrried James Earl Morgan on May 8, 1937, moving to Oregon in 1950 and making Myrtle Creek their permanent home in 1956. Lottie enjoyed working with, trimming and tending to her beautiful flowers at home - her favorite flowers were roses Lottie was preceded in death by three sisters, three brothers, her daughter Judy Meisner, and grandson Mark Morgan. She is survived by her loving husband James Earl Morgan, sons, Jimmy Morgan and his wife Beverly, Stephen Morgan and his wife Christine, son-in-law Arthur Meisner, daughter Kathleen Hargate and her husband Robert, twelve grandchildren, nineteen great grandchildren, and four great great grandchildren. Lottie was very involved in her church, Tri-City Baptist.

James and Lottie would help with building churches. James did carpentery and Lottie did cooking for the crews. 
 
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 Spouse:
  James Earl Morgan (1915 - 2004)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Canyonville Cemetery
Canyonville
Douglas County
Oregon, USA
 
Created by: Michele Ball
Record added: Mar 03, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 34379148
Lottie L. Morgan
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Lottie L. Morgan
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Thinking about you today, God Bless you Aunt Lottie and rest in peace...
- Kelly
 Added: Apr. 17, 2009
Aunt Lottie, I didn't know the last time we visited you would be the last time we would see you. I am glad that all of us stayed longer than planned. You two were a wonderful couple and are missed by all of the family. What I remember most about your back...(Read more)
- Michele Ball
 Added: Mar. 3, 2009
 
 
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