The Morgan brothers: John Mathias, William Thomas, Elisha Andrew, Achilles Sylvester, and Daniel Elmer Morgan. Five of the 6 sons of Levi and Lydia Morgan.
Children of Lydia & Levi Morgan: John, Elizabeth, William, ?, Elisha, Nancy, Achilles, Brookie, Daniel. Tilmon died in 1899. Dan was born in 1884 and appears to be about 60.
Levi was a Civil War vet from Missouri. Son of Thomas Morgan and Brookie Kyger. Lydia is the daughter of Thomas Holeman and Dorcas Taylor. I have not researched every single one of their 65 grandchildren.
The name of the photographer is script embossed white on white so it's hard to read. The photo is glued onto a water stained hard board with embossed wedding bells and a dove. The photo is a little dirty but in very good condition. The bride's name is not given. On the back it says "Dave Meyer, second cousin of Vic Brandt". I bought this photo in an antique store in Eugene/Springfield area of Oregon. I would like to see it reunited with its family.
There is no information on the photo except the names written twice. It is glued on a hard board. They appear to be a married couple but she is much younger than he. I bought this photo in an antique store in Eugene/Springfield area of Oregon. I would like to see it reunited with its family.
This photo is glued onto a hard board. There is a slight blemish on the photo at the woman's temple. Her hair is frizzy and she is wearing 2 pins. One appears to be a bright dollar sign. She appears to be about 30 years old. On the back of the photo is says "Ada Enright Menlo, Iowa". I bought this photo in an antique store in Eugene/Springfield area of Oregon. I would like to see it reunited with its family.
This is a photo that has been glued onto a hardboard. It is in very good condition. The young woman appears to grown but quite young. There is nothing on the photo except her name. I purchased this photo at an antique store in Eugene/Springfield area of Oregon. I would like to see it reunited with its family.
The top corner of the photo is broken off...missing. The name on the back reads Edward J. River and the rest is broken off but appears to be an "s". On the second line it says "Phyllis father". The picture is printed on a hard board and the photo itself is in very good shape. I bought it in an antique store in the Eugene/Springfield area of Oregon...long way from home. I would like to see it reunited with its family.
Ivory's picture is in slightly faded condition on a hard board. It has been somewhat distorted vertically. I am guessing that is a minister's collar he is wearing. There is no information on the photo except his name. I purchased this photo at an antique store in the Eugene/Springfield area of Oregon. I would like to get it reunited with it's family. Can there be more than one Ivory Hurd Pike in the world?
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Carolyn Hall I have asked Ancient Faces to remove the comments posted or remove this entire page. These comments induced an adverse effect on my medical condition and since Ancient Faces has not responded to my request, I will no longer use Ancient Faces as a genealogical tool and will also ignore any comments added to pictures I have posted here. Together with other Morgan family members I have been working on this family tree for 16 years and it has been an ongoing process of editing and adding information. That's what genealogy is all about. As more information becomes available, you add and edit.
Aug 26, 2012 · posted to the photo Levi Aaron Morgan and Lydia Jane Holeman
Carolyn Hall I have a Levi Morgan born in 1806 who was a cousin to Levi born in 1766. He lived in that area. I have no wife listed for him but his parents were Achilles Morgan and Susannah Scott.
Aug 21, 2012 · posted to the photo Levi and Elizabeth Morgan
Carolyn Hall This picture was placed with a Sibley family member in Nov 2003.
Nov 03, 2003 · posted to the photo Edward F. Sibley
Carolyn Hall Well, William Clark lived from 1875-1908 so I guess this can't be him.
Oct 27, 2003 · posted to the photo Mr. & Mrs. W. C. Hall