|Eileen Bridges (#46992719)|
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Genealogy has been a favorite activity for me for 30 years. Many friends have been made through genealogy and I have enjoyed exchanging information. There is no end to the search and I'm still trying to break through 'brick walls.'|
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|Wes Hart||William Morgan 1770-1853, married to Elizabeth Bobbitt|
I do not recall if we have exchanged information before. Granted, there are quite a number of William Morgans.
However,your William Morgan fits as the likely father of Permelia Morgan, # 48885595 married to John Hart born, Feb. 20, 1780, Grayson County, Virginia.
John and Permelia lived on Meadow Creek, Whitley County, Kentucky. Her sister was Hannah Morgan, married to Isaac Sexton, son of William Sexton and Leah Free.
William Morgan was 29 years old when he married Elizabeth Bobbitt, in Grayson County, Virginia.
This seems a little old for a first marriage.
My theory is William was first married to a Mary that likely died prior to 1799.
For now, I have attached my 3rd-G-Grandmother Permelia Morgan Hart to William as her father and I would like to exchange information.
Thank you very much
Added by Wes Hart on Oct 28, 2014 4:37 PM
|Mindy||RE: Storm photos|
No problem! I would love to be able to get a photo of the other Storm headstone. Do you happen to have plot information?
Added by Mindy on Oct 26, 2014 9:17 PM
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