Col. Zackquill Morgan

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Zackquill Morgan

Birthdate: (59)
Birthplace: Berkeley County, West Virginia, United States
Death: Died in Morgantown, Monongalia County, Virginia, United States
Place of Burial: Marion County, West Virginia, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Col. Morgan Morgan and Catherine Morgan
Husband of Nancy Morgan; Nancy Morgan and Drusilla Morgan
Father of Nancy Ann Pierpoint; Nancy Stephenson; Temperance Cochran; Catherine Jennie Tibbs; Levi Morgan and 14 others
Brother of James Morgan; Annie E. Paxton; Capt. David Morgan, Indian Fighter; Henry Morgan; Evan Morgan and 3 others

Occupation: Colonel in Revolutionary War/Son of first settler in Western VA
Managed by: Adam Wygle
Last Updated:

About Col. Zackquill Morgan

He was born 9/8/1735 in Berkeley County, Virginia (now West Virginia)


Zack moved to what is now know as Morgantown, WV to became Sheriff of Mongahila County.

Zackquill Morgan, was the founder of Morgantown, West Virginia and was a Colonel in the Revolutionary War. DAR Ancestor # A080660

Veteran's Name Zackquil Morgan

Pensioner's Name Sina Morgan

State Pennsylvania

Branch of Service Penn. Va.

Pension Number W. 1912

Additional Names Catherine Garretson, Drusilla Springer, Morgan, Zackwell Morgan

Film Number 971767

NARA Publication Number M804

Digital DGS Number 4161043

Image Number 00771

Footnote Unique ID 25951871

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Col. Zackquill Morgan's Timeline

September 8, 1735
Berkeley County, West Virginia, United States
Age 23
Berkeley County, West Virginia, United States
Age 23
Province of Virginia
Age 24
Lower Counties on the Delaware
Age 27
Berkley, VA, USA
June 26, 1766
Age 30
Morgantown, Monongalia County, Virginia (now West Virginia), USA
November 7, 1767
Age 32
Virginia, United States
Age 32
Province of Virginia