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View Tree for John MorganJohn Morgan (b. Abt. 1742, d. Abt. 1800)

John Morgan (son of Mark Morgan and Sarah Hinton)27 was born Abt. 1742 in Orange County, North Carolina27, and died Abt. 1800 in Cumberland County, North Carolina27. He married Elizabeth Smith.

 Includes NotesNotes for John Morgan:
July 25, 1772 James Rigsby to John Morgan gentry 20lbs 300 acres, land I now dwell part of a track of land granted from Earl Granville to Mark Morgan to the above said James rigsby. Signed: James R. Rigsby Witness Enoch Lewis and John Massy

Feb. 1775: John Morgan of Orange County to Cumming Warwick and Company of Nansemond Co Virginia 23 pounds, 300 acres whereon James Rigsby now lives. It being a track of land granted by Earl Granville to Mark Morgan and from said Morgan to James Rigsby and from Rigsby to the aforesaid John Morgan and have in myself and my wife Elizabeth Morgan full power and lawful authority to bargain and sell. Signed John Morgan. Witnesses: Alexander Norbergh and William Sloan.

Inferior Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions - Fourth Tuesday in October Anno Dom 1768 "A Deed of Sale from Mark Morgan to John Morgan for 640 acres of Land was proved in open Court by the Oath of James Watson Esq. & was Ordered to be Regd."

ORANGE COUNTY, NC - DEEDS - Quit Claim Deed - John Morgan

1780 State of NC Orange County, 500 acres to John Morgan on Morgan's Creek.


Quit Claim Deed - John Morgan - 10 March 1788

Know all men by these presents that I John Morgan of the County of Orange
and State of North Carolina for and in consideration of the Love & Good will
which I have (&) do bare toward Jacob Flowers of the County aforesaid (do)
give and Grant & by these presents have given granted and made over unto Jacob
Flowers his Heirs & assigns (for___) named Abram Dinah Rachel and Isaac
two Horse (__?__) called Dial and fancy four Cows & Calves four Ews & Lambs
to have and to hold the said Negroes & above named Stock from hence forth
as his & their proper use without any manner of Condition dues or Demands
unto the (__?__) flowers his Heirs and assigns forever and that I the
(__?__) morgan for myself my Heirs and assigns do quit (cla___ing) any
Demand unto the property above named as witness my hand & Seal this tenth
day of March one thousand Seven hundred & Eighty Eight Signed Sealed and
delivered in presence of ____ _____ __________

Benjamin Yeargan John Morgan Seal
his
Coleman + Ledbetter Jurat
mark


Source:
LDS FHC #0306091
North Carolina Superior Court
Orange County
Wills Vols. A-B 1752-1795
Will Book B
Page 45

Power of Attorney - John Morgan - 03 March 1791

Contributor's note: Due to text having been written in the margin
near the binding, some words are not clearly seen. Parentheses
represent any word which is my best attempt to decipher the text
based on available visible letters.

State of North Carolina
Orange County

Know all men by this that I John Morgan of the County & State
aforesaid being rendered through bodily infirmities incapable of
transacting my own business as I could wish & reposing Special
trust and confidence in my trusty friend John Grant Rencher of said
County have nominated constituted and appointed and by these presents
do nominate constitute and appoint him my lawful Agent and attorney
to transact and settle all my business both in Law and Equity and
do impower him to settle either at publick or private Sale any of
my property either real or personal which I have not already given
to my Children he shall (find) most beneficial to raise money to pay
drefay* and discharge my lawful debts and other expenses arising
(therefrom) I shall acknowledge by these presents any Deed of Bill of
Sale given for such property sold by my agent or attorney as good
and sufficient in Law as if I myself was to do the same, I also
impower my said Agent or Attorney to (manage) my Domestick affairs
as to the management of my Plantation or Plantations & to imploy any
person he shall think fiting for an overseer of my Negroes and to
provide whatever is necessary for the use of my plantation Stock
and family and to demand sue for recover & receive any Sum or Sums
of Money which are now or may be (due) me and to (pass) and give
receipts for the same as fully and effectually as I myself could do
if I myself was (personally) present in all things to carry on my
business (as) he shall think most conducive to my Interest and wellfare
and that of my family and I do hereby Obligate myself and my Heirs
to amply and fully satisfy and reward him for whatever trouble and
expence he shall (be) at in contracting my business In Witness whereof I
have herunto set my hand and affixed my Seal this third day of March 1791

Signed Sealed & delivered John Morgan Seal
In the presence of

his
Henry X Sears Jurat
mark
Jacob Flowers junr.
Mark Morgan


Orange County Feb Term 1791
The Execution of the above Power of Attorney
was duly proved in open Court by the Oath of Henry Sears (one) of the
subscribing witnesses thereto and Ordered to be recorded

Teste
L. Benton CC
[Morgan12.FBK.FBK.FTW]

Inferior Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions - Fourth Tuesday in October Anno Dom 1768 "A Deed of Sale from Mark Morgan to John Morgan for 640 acres of Land was proved in open Court by the Oath of James Watson Esq. & was Ordered to be Regd."

ORANGE COUNTY, NC - DEEDS - Quit Claim Deed - John Morgan



Source: Library of Virginia Digital Collection


Morgan, John Pen. 299 1786-1789
Soldier-2nd Virginia Regiment
Spotsylvania County--Caroline County
Revolutionary War Pensions-Virginia Me-Pr

On examination of John Morgan who says he was a soldier in Capt. Stokes' Regt.
commanded by Col. Buford's Regt. and that all the wounds he received-the wounds
thereon several of which in the head appear to have been extremely dangerous so
considerable pieces of shells have been removed. I think it very probable at
particular times/ which he says is the case/ his ____ may be affected: his right
hand, except the thumb and forefingers are greatly disabled; am of the opinion
he is entitled to as much pension as the law allows for any private, being
almost totally unable to labour. W. Foushes, Surg. May 30 1786

**note on bottom says that Morgan was in the 2nd Virg. Regt. and that the was
wounded in Col. Buford's Regt.
Signed by James Wood, late B. G. (Brigadier General)

Morgan received 18 pounds per annum


More About John Morgan:
Fact 4: Possibly served in the American Revolution #2993.27
Fact 5: December 15, 1799, Will recorded on WB-A/209.27
Fact 7: 1777, Owned 130 Acres.27
Fact 11: Possibly served as Road Commissioner.27

Children of John Morgan and Elizabeth Smith are:
  1. Angelina Morgan.
  2. Delelay Morgan.
  3. Elisha Morgan.
  4. Levecia Morgan.
  5. Mary Morgan.
  6. Nathan Morgan.
  7. William Morgan.
  8. +George Morgan, b. 1770, Moore County, NC27, d. January 01, 1839, Morgan Point, Falls Co, TX27.
  9. +James Pleasant Morgan, b. Abt. 1778, Cumberland County, North Carolina27, d. 1838, Moore County, North Carolina27.
  10. +Joseph Morgan, b. February 22, 1783, Cumberland County, North Carolina27, d. January 25, 1857, Wilcox County, Alabama27.
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