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William Elmer "Bill" Morgan
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Birth: Aug. 26, 1911
Buckeystown
Frederick County
Maryland, USA
Death: Nov. 20, 1987
Frederick County
Maryland, USA

~OUR FAMILIES ANCESTRAL ROOTS~
Step-Grandparent

Occupation - Baker for G.L. Baking Company.

Hobby -he collected different shaped minature bottles as well as old coins.

Died at home on a Friday, with Alzheimer's Disease.

Another marriage (1976) - Kathryn R. (UNKNOWN maiden name)
and had three children.


Thank you to another FIND A GRAVE member - Melissa for his nick name and that he was actually cremated and also had Alzheimer's Disease. As well as for his second marriage date and children, and his hobby information.

 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Albert S Morgan (1879 - 1932)
  Katie Mae Jones Morgan (1887 - 1960)
 
 Spouse:
  Ethel Mae Hargett Redmond Morgan (1908 - 1977)*
 
 Children:
  Betty Catherine Morgan Hoffman (1933 - 2012)*
  Harvey A Morgan (1936 - 2013)*
 
 Siblings:
  Albert M Morgan (1907 - 1971)*
  George Edward Morgan (1909 - 1946)*
  William Elmer Morgan (1911 - 1987)
  Mabel Thelma Morgan Hargett (1914 - 1966)*
  Kenneth Thomas Morgan (1919 - 2004)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Cremated, Ashes given to family or friend.
 
Maintained by: Guiding Light
Originally Created by: The Guardian
Record added: Oct 27, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16349599
William Elmer Bill Morgan
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William Elmer Bill Morgan
Added by: melissa 💗
 
William Elmer Bill Morgan
Added by: melissa 💗
 
 
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