b. 5 September 1841, TN – d. 28 July 1900, (Confederate Soldier, Christian, Grand Master Tenn AF & A M 1895), md on the 15th of October 1876, Jackson Co., TN to Mary Ann (Butler) Morgan, b. November 1846, TN. George Hampton Morgan, s/o Daniel M. Morgan (1809–1872) & Susanna H. Smith (1813-1873). His parent's names are inscribed on his tombstone.
(1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 525 –George H. Morgan is head of household, 58 yrs. old, b. September 1841, TN, Occupation: Supervisor of SEN md 14 yrs. to Mary, 53 yrs. old, b. November 1846, 0 children born. Children: Daniel H., 30 yrs. old, b. May 1870, Occupation: Attorney; Mary Lou, 26 yrs. old, b. August 1873, Occupation: Teacher & George E. Morgan, 21 yrs. old, b. June 1878, Occupation: Attorney. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Nonnie Baker, boarder, 42 yrs. old, b. November 1857, KY, Occupation: Doctor; Alvin H. Anderson, boarder, 24 yrs. old, b. May 1876, TN, Occupation: Lawyer, md 2 yrs. to Alberda, 20 yrs. old, b. April 1880, TN, 1 child born, 1 child living. Child: Ara Anderson, 1 yr. old, b. November 1898, TN).
OBITUARY OF GEORGE H. MORGAN: Morgan, George Hamilton: Geo. H. Morgan -- Passes Away at His Home in Cookeville -- Well Known in this State -- For May Years a Distinguished Mason and Politician -- Past Grand Master of Masons -- A Large Crowd Attended the Funeral Services and Burial -- With extreme sorrow we announce the death of Hon. George Hamilton Morgan which occurred at his home in Cookeville on the morning of July 28th, 1900 caused by cancer of the throat, from which he has suffered for nearly twelve months. He was born in Jackson county Tennessee Sept. 5th 1841, and was the son of Rev. D. M. Morgan a minister of ability and note in the Baptist church. He was mainly educated in the schools of his native county, before and after the late war between the states. At the command of his native state he entered the war in 1861 as a private in Hamilton's Battalion, which was afterwards attached to Dibrell's Brigade, in which command he served throughout the war as Adgt. General -- A glorious old Brigade whose record can never be blotted from the pages of history or the memory of man. (See Text file). [Date: 08/02/1900, Vol. XIV, No. 31, Page: 1] THE COOKEVILLE PRESS
Mary Ann Butler Morgan
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