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Debbie Morgan
Morgan
I am a family member of the Morgans. My great great grandfather was John Brooks Morgan and his first wife Leanna Hubbard Morgan. John B Morgan had my great grandfather Chester A. Morgan then came my sweet grandfather Charles A. Morgan then my dad David L Morgan then came me(Deborah A Morgan)
Added by Debbie Morgan on Feb 25, 2015 10:41 AM
frogsintn3
RE: Sinoah (Lenoah?) Morgan
i received this just 2 days ago...the headstone just reads noah...if u would like for me to transfer the memorial over to u to manage i have no problem in doing so since this is ur grt grt etc..lol please email with any more q's.. frogsintn3@yahoo.com


http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~houghtonfamily/Morgan/p16.htm#i376.


Lenoah Morgan Sr

M, b. 29 October 1807, d. 3 June 1891



Father


Benjamin Morgan b. c 1780, d. c 1877

Mother


Dicca (?) b. c 1784, d. bt 1840 - 1850

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~houghtonfamily/Morgan/exhibits/lenoah_morgan.jpg

Lenoah Morgan Sr was born on Oct 29, 1807 in Beaver Island District, Stokes Co., NC, USA. He was listed in the census of Benjamin Morgan in 1810 in at Beaver Island Dist., Stokes, NC, USA. Lenoah Morgan Sr was listed in the census of BenjaminMorgan in 1820 in at Stokes, NC, USA. Lenoah Morgan Sr was listed in the census of Benjamin Morgan in 1840 in at North of Road from High Rock and Hollow Pond, Stokes, NC, USA. Lenoah Morgan Sr and Martha Frances Amos made their marriage bond on Dec 8, 1840 Rockingham, NC, USA. Lenoah Morgan Sr married Martha FrancesAmos in Dec 10, 1840 at Rockingham Co., NC, USA. Lenoah Morgan Sr immigrated between 1846 and 1847 to Hawkins, TN, USA. He and Martha Frances Amos appeared in the census of Nov 1, 1850 of Dist. 6, Hawkins Co., TN, USA. Lenoah Morgan Sr and Martha FrancesAmos appeared in the census of 1860 of District 7, Hawkins Co., TN, USA. Lenoah Morgan Sr and Martha Frances Amos appeared in the census of 1870 of Dist. 7, New Canton P.O., Hawkins Co., TN, USA. Lenoah Morgan Sr and Martha Frances Amos appeared in the census of 1880 of Dist. 2, Hawkins Co., TN, USA. Lenoah Morgan Sr died on Jun 3, 1891 at Rogersville, Hawkins, TN, USA. He was buried at Cedar Grove Church Cemetery, near Rogersville, Hawkins, TN, USA.
Family


Martha Frances Amos b. 5 Nov 1816, d. 8 Jun 1894

Children


o Milton Stamp Morgan+ b. 26 Sep 1841, d. 22 Dec 1915

o Minerva M. Morgan+ b. 24 Jan 1843, d. 1913

o William Thomas Morgan+ b. 17 Jun 1845, d. 30 Jun 1925

o Pleasant Benjamin Morgan+ b. 25 Mar 1847, d. 26 Jun 1923

o Rufus C. Morgan+ b. 24 Oct 1848, d. 10 Nov 1897

o Noah Morgan Jr b. 26 Feb 1850, d. 5 Jan 1897

o Dr. Gideon Hill Morgan M.D.+ b. 6 Jan 1852, d. 29 Sep 1915

o Martha Ann Morgan+ b. 24 Apr 1854

o Ella Frances Morgan+ b. 23 Sep 1855, d. 29 Dec 1928

o Rose Morgan b. 6 Apr 1857





Debbie Burton-Porter

Poway, CA

Find A Grave #47520617
Added by frogsintn3 on Jul 29, 2014 5:10 PM
Brenda and Robert Hults
Morgan Family Cemetery
The closest major intersection is off of 11W in Rogersville and TH70. If you are coming from the east (Kingsport) it will be about 1/2 mile before the only red light on 11W. If you hit the red light you went too far.

if you have a Garmin you can punch in:
1863 Poor Valley Rd, Rogersville, TN 37857

Directions:
Turn north on TN-70 and go 5.3 mi/

Turn right to stay on TN-70 for 1.7 mi/

Turn left onto Poor Valley Rd. for 0.8 mi/

Your destination on Poor Valley Rd is on the right. The trip takes 7.8 mi/ and 13 mins.

Oh, the coordinates are also on the cemetery's site if your Garmin takes them.

Even though the cemetery is only 100 yards or so from the road, you probably won't be able to see it. It is on the top of a large hill (that looks man made) in the middle of a pasture. The hill is steep enough that it is a pretty good climb. When I was there, the cemetery was so overgrown with weeds and grass, I couldn't make out the stones so you'll probably need something to cut down the mess unless you go after the first freeze or two. Good luck and let me know if you need anything else.
Added by Brenda and Robert Hults on Jul 21, 2014 4:36 AM
 

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