|Also Known As:||"Edward Hopton Morgan", "Edward first baronet of Llantarnam"|
|Birthplace:||Llantarnam Abbey, Glamorgan, Monmouthshire, Wales, United Kingdom|
|Death:||Died in Glamorgan, Monmouthshire, Wales, United Kingdom|
Son of Sir William Thomas Morgan and Frances Somerset
|Occupation:||Tailor; (and 5th Baronet of Llantarnum), http://www.soapweed.com/genealogy/en/Gedi0006.html#I0157, Tailor, Captain, Sir, Sheriff|
|Managed by:||Meghan Jean Hayden|
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There are several references that list Frances Somerset's husband as William Morgan instead of Thomas Morgan.
- Ref: Welsh Biography Online
- The royal families of England, Scotland, and Wales, with their descendants, sovereigns and subjects (1848)
- Lieut. Col. William Pearce. PEDIGREE L.
- Lady Frances Somerset, dau. of Edward, Earl of Warcester. marr. William Morgan, Esq. of Llantarnam, co. Monmouth.; ch: Sir Edward (m. Mary Englefield) Morgan
- Sir Edward Morgan, Bt., of Llantarnam, so created 1642. marr. Mary, dau. of Sir Francis Englefield.; ch: Elizabeth (m. Sir Philip Jones) Morgan
- Elizabeth, dau. of Sir Edw. Morgan, Bart., of Llantarnam. marr. Sir Philip Jones, Knt., of Treowen, d. 1660.; ch: Wm. (m. Mary Anderton) Jones
- Sir Edward Morgan, 1st Baronet of Llantarnam (died 24 June 1653) was a Roman Catholic supporter of Charles I during the Bishops' War and the English Civil War. Charles created him a baronet in recognition of his services, but his capture during the English Civil War led to his estate being sequestered.
- Morgan was one of the Morgan family of Llantarnam in Monmouthshire, Wales, an established Roman Catholic family: his great-grandfather William Morgan was a MP in the reigns not only of the Catholic Queen Mary but also of the Protestant Queen Elizabeth, and allowed his house to be used for the celebration of mass. Morgan's parents were Thomas Morgan and Frances, daughter of Edward Somerset, 4th Earl of Worcester, and both supported Catholic activities in Wales. He was educated at Jesus College, Oxford, matriculating in 1616 and obtaining his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1619. He was involved in the Welsh Jesuit headquarters being set up in 1635 in Cwm, Herefordshire. He was commissioned in the second Bishops' War in 1640 and given permission to obtain contributions from fellow-Catholics. This caused controversy in the Long Parliament, and Charles I's reaction was to make Morgan a Baronet in 1642; he later renewed Morgan's commission during the English Civil War. Morgan was captured at Hereford on 18 December 1645. The Rump Parliament removed his baronetcy and his estate was sequestered. He died on 24 June 1653; it was not until 9 November 1654 that his estate was discharged. His heir, Sir Edward Morgan Jr., 2nd Baronet of Llantarnam, became a Protestant. The Baronet title fell to his son Sir Edward Morgan III., 3rd Baronet of Llantarnam until his death, he was without male heirs and the Baronet title then went to his uncle: Sir James Morgan., 4th Baronet of Llantarnam, James was the younger son of Sir Edward Morgan., 1st Baronet of Llantarnam and was the last Baronet of Llantarnam, as his surviving heirs immigrated to America.
- From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Edward_Morgan,_1st_Baronet
- The History of Monmouthshire By David Williams
- SIR EDWARD MORGAN of Lantarnam, Com. Mon. Baronet. Kydovor Vawr Lord of Kylfant, one of the peers of Wales, of the royal blood of the Britains, paternally defcended from Bely, King of Britain.
- Kydovor Vawr, Lord of Kylfant. = Elen, daughter and heirefs to Llewelen. on of the peers of Wales.
- Bledry, Lord Kalfant. = Clydwen, daughter and heirefs to Griffith ap Hydrych, Lord of Gwenvay.
- Ivor ap Bledery de eodem. = Tangluft, daughter and heirefs to Howel, faid Lord of St. Clere.
- Morgan Llewellin, Lord of St. Clere, and Tredegar. = Angharand, daugher and heirefs of Sir Morgan Meredith, Lord of Tredegar, Knight.
- Philip Morgan of Lanfton, Com. Mon. Efq. a 2nd brother = Daughter and heirefs of Sir John Norris of Langfton, Knight.
- Jenkin Philip of Langfton, Efq. = Cicely, daughter to Sir John Welfh, Knight.
- Morgan Jenkin of Langfton, Efq. = Elizabeth, daughter to Roger Vaughan, Efq.
- Sir Thomas Morgan of Pencoyd, Knt. Com. Mon. = Joan, daughter and heirefs to John Gwiflyn Herbert, of Itton, Efq.
- John Morgan of Caerleon, fecond fon, Efq. = Elizabeth, daughter to Lewes ap Richard Wyn, of the Van. Com. Glamorgan, Efq.
- William Morgan of Lantarnam, Efq. = Elizabeth, daughter to Sir Rees Maunfel, Knight.
- Edward Morgan of Lantarnam, Efq. = Elizabeth daughter and heirefs to Hugh Smith, of Long Afhton, Com. Som. Efq.
- William Morgan of Lantarnam, Efq. = Lady Frances, daughter to Earl of Worcefter.
- Sir Edward Morgan of Lantarnam, Baronet. = Mary, daughter to Sir Frances Englefield, Bart.
- Sir Edward Morgan of Lantarnam, Baronet, now living. = Frances, daughter to Thomas Morgan, of Maughen, Efq.
- Edward Morgan, Efq. Heir-apparent.
- PEDIGREE of the very ancient Family of JONES. .... Pg.156-159
- Thomas ap David ap Jenkin, of Treowen, in the Marches of Wales, Efq. = Margaret, daughter of Morgan Kemeys, Efq.; ch: John (m. Anne Morgan) ap Thomas
- John ap Thomas of Treowen, in the Marches of Wales, Efq. = Ann, daughter of David ap Gwillim Morgan of Arkfton, Efq.; ch: William (m. Conftance Morgan) John alias Jones
- William John alias Jones, of Treowen, Efq. married his firft wife in 1520, ftiled in deeds, between 1570 and 1600, lord of the manors, Henrie, Obeth Caftle, Arnold, Llanarth, and Kevendugloid = Conftance, daugher of Thomas Morgan, of Machen and fifter of Rowland Morgan- firft wife; ch: (Pg.159 John (m. Anne Doddington) ; = Ann, daughter of Sir Walter Hawley, of Suffex, Knight, fecond wife.; ch: (Pg.159 Philip Jones of London ; = Elizabeth, daugher of Richard Herbert of Penkelly, Efq. third wife.; ch: (Pg.159 Blanch (m. Rowland Morgan of Machen) Jones)
- John Jones of Treowen, Efq. fon and heir apparent in 1563; living 1605; died before 1609; = Ann, daughter of Giles Doddington of Somerfet, Efq. furvived her hufband, Will, dated in 1609.; ch: William (m. Jane Gwilliam) Jones
- William Jones of Trewowen and Lanarth Court, Efq.; = Jane, fole daughter and heir-apparent, 1599, of Moor Gwilliam of Monmouth, Efq.; ch: Sir Philip (m. Elizabeth Morgan) Jones
- Sir Philip Jones of Treowen, Knight, Lieutenant-Colonel of the troops raifed in Monmouthfhire, for King Charles the Firft: in the lift of compounders, publifhed in 1665, Sir Philip Jones of Treowen, Knight, and William his fon, are fet down at 1050l. This gentleman, his lady, and family were in Ragland Caftle, with the Marquis of Worcefter, when it furrendered to the Parliament forces. See Sanderfon;s Hiftory of Charles the Firft: ob. 1660.; = Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Edward Morgan of Lantarnam, Baronet; ch: William (m. Mary Anderton) Jones.
- William Jones of Lanarth Court and Treowen, Efq. ....
- A genealogical and heraldic history of the extinct and dormant baronetcies ... By John Burke, John Bernard Burke (sir.)
- The second son,
- PHILIP MORGAN, esq. of Langston, acquired that estate in marriage with the daughter and heir of Sir John Norris, knt. of Penlline Castle. He was direct ancestor* of
- WILLIAM MORGAN, esq. sheriff for Monmouthshire in 1567, and M.P. in 1571, who was the first proprietor of Llantarnam. He m. Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Rees Mansel, knt. of Margam, and was s. by his son,
- EDWARD MORGAN, esq. of Llantarnam and Penrice, M. P. for Monmouthshire in 1586, who m. Elizabeth, daughter and heir of Hugh Smith, esq. of Long Ashton, in Somersetshire, and had a son and successor,
- WILLIAM MORGAN, esq. of Llantarnam, who m. the Lady Frances Somerset, daughter of Edward, Earl of Worcester, and was father of
- I. SIR EDWARD MORGAN, of Llantarnam, who was created a BARONET in 1642. He m. Mary, daughter of Sir Francis Englefield, bart, of Wotton Basset, in Whiltshire and was s. at his decease, 24th June 1653, by his son,
- II. SIR EDWARD MORGAN, of Llantarnam, living in 1661, who m. Frances daughter of Thomas Morgan, esq. of Mangham, and was s. by his son, ....
- *The intervening descent was as follows:
- Philip Morgan, esq. of Langston = Gwenllian, daughter and heir of Sir John Norris, of Penlline Castle, Glamorganshire.
- Jenkin ap Phillip, of Langston = Cicely, daughter of Sir John Welsh, knt.
- Morgan ap Jenkin, (t) of Langston = Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Roger Vaughan.
- Sir Thomas Morgan, knt. of Pencoed = Joan, daughter and heir of John Gwilliam Herbert, of Itton.
- John Morgan, esq. of Caerleon, second son = Ely, daughter of Lewes ap Richard Gwynn, esq. of the Van.
- William Morgan, first of Llantarnam.
- (t) By his third wife, Morgan ap Jenkin had a son, John Morgan, esq. of Tredunnock, in Monmouthshire, ancestor of the MORGANS of TREDUNNOCK, now represented by Mrs. JANE HAWKINS.
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