Reverend Morgan Morgan, II

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Reverend Morgan Morgan, II

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Berkeley County, Virginia, now, West Virginia, Colonial America
Death: October 20, 1797 (60)
Morgan Patent, Berkeley County, Virginia, now, West Virginia, United States
Place of Burial: Bunker Hill, Berkeley County, West Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Colonel Morgan Morgan and Catherine Morgan
Husband of Mary Morgan
Father of Phoebe Morgan; William Morgan; Eli Morgan; Thomas Morgan; John Morgan and 6 others
Brother of James Morgan; Annie E. Paxton; Captain David Morgan, Indian Fighter; Charles Morgan; Henry Morgan, Sr. and 2 others

Managed by: Erin Ishimoticha
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About Reverend Morgan Morgan, II

A Patriot of the American Revolution for VIRGINIA. DAR Ancestor # A080522

It is said he spent his entire life in Berkeley County, WV.Son of Col. Morgan MorganSpouse: Mary (Gosset) (1743-1817), daughter of Petter & Catherine (DuFour) Gosset. Married on Nov. 17, 1761, Berkeley Co, WV. They produced nine children.Children:Phoebe Morgan (1762-1824)William Morgan (1764-1766)Eli Morgan (1766-1767)Mary Morgan Lewis (1768-1855)Morgan Morgan III (1771-1824)Catherine Morgan Hedges (1773-1855)Zackquill "Little Zack" Morgan (1776-1847)David Llewellyn Morgan (1778-1856)Rebecca Morgan Gardner (1782-1845)Sources:* DAR Records: #A080522,* Genealogy Tab & "Lost Tribes" article of Col. Morgan Morgan Reunion website: * Morgan Chapel & Graveyard (also known as the Christ Church Cemetery; article mentions that Morgan Morgan I, II, III, & IV are buried in this cemetery). Retrieved from website: >* Brother: Zackwill Morgan = * Geni website:

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Reverend Morgan Morgan, II's Timeline

1737
March 20, 1737
Berkeley County, Virginia, now, West Virginia, Colonial America
1762
September 20, 1762
Berkeley County, West Virginia, Colonial America
1764
November 1, 1764
Berkeley County, West Virginia, Colonial America
1766
October 27, 1766
Bunker Hill, Berkeley County, Virginia, now, West Virginia, Colonial America
November 17, 1766
England, United Kingdom
1768
September 28, 1768
Berkeley County, West Virginia, Colonial America
1770
January 2, 1770
Pennsylvania, Colonial America
1771
March 7, 1771
Frederick County, Virginia, United States
1773
July 20, 1773
Berkeley County, Virginia, now, West Virginia, Colonial America