George Washington "Wash" Morgan (1819 - 1862)

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Nicknames: "Washington "Wash" Morgan"
Birthplace: Calhoun, McMinn, Tennessee, United States
Death: Died in Lexington, Fayette, Kentucky, United States
Cause of death: Wounded October 17 1862 in Civil War battle near Ashland, Ky.; lived 11 days before succumming to his wounds
Occupation: Major in Confederate Army
Managed by: David Prins
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About George Washington "Wash" Morgan

George Washington Morgan was a Captain in the U.S. Army during the War with Mexico, serving in most of the battles from Vera Cruz to Mexico City. Later during the War Between the States, he was a Major in the 2nd Kentucky Cavalry, Confederate States of America. He was wounded 17th of October, 1862 in a battle near Ashland, Kentucky, surving for approximately 11 days before passing away from his wounds. He was serving under the Command of General John Hunt Morgan at the time of his death.

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Maj. George Washington Morgan (CSA)'s Timeline

1819
December 1, 1819
Calhoun, McMinn, Tennessee, United States
1848
October 26, 1848
Age 28
McMinn Co., TN
1849
1849
Age 29
Citico, TN
1851
April 3, 1851
Age 31
Athens, TN
1853
March 12, 1853
Age 33
1854
1854
Age 34
1855
October 5, 1855
Age 35
1856
1856
Age 36
1858
April 12, 1858
Age 38
1858
Age 38