William Morgan (1766 – 1857)

“William Morgan, b. January 1766 in Onslow County, North Carolina, died 30 October 1857 in Meriwether County, Georgia.  He was a Revolutionary War Soldier who fought at the Battle of Kettle Creek in Wilkes County; a Certificate of General Elijah Clark dated 3 March 1784 certified that he was a soldier.

He married Sally Ware (born 25 December 1765 in Virginia) on 6 January 1792, a daughter of Peter and Susan Ware…”

Source:  The Georgia Frontier: Colonial Families in the Revolutionary War Period, by Jeannette Holland Austin, Clearfield Company, by Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, Maryland, 2005, page 338


William Morgan (1766 – 1857) — 2 Comments

  1. He would have been 10 years old in 1776 in the war? Who is his father?
    Has any DNA been done on your line for Wm Morgan.

  2. William MORGAN and his wife Sally WARE are both listed in my family tree. Following the WARE family line families and their contributions to our great country has created extremely interesting branches on this tree. Thank you.

    C. Wayne Ware
    Cedar Falls, IS

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