Descendants of Morgan Morgan

Morgan MORGAN or MORGANS, b. ca. 1764, m. Anne (b. ca. 1768 at New Moat, Pembrokeshire, d. of old age 13 Jul 1860 at Sychpant ("Dry Hollow"), New Moat, d. reg. Q3 1860 at Narberth R.D., bur. 16 Jul 1860 at New Moat), d. 1 Apr 1826, bur. 4 Apr 1826 at New Moat. At his death in 1826, of Sychpant. Anne was granted administration of his estate on 14 Apr 1826 and swore that it amounted to less than £30 (index reference for death duty: St. Davids 2 415). In 1841, Anne was a farmer at Sychpant, with her children Rebecca, James, William, and Thomas. Posthumously at his son Thomas's marriage in 1842, a laborer. Posthumously at his son James's marriage in 1847 and his daughter Rebecca's marriage in 1848, a farmer. In 1851, Anne was a farmer at Sychpant, with her daughter Rebecca, Rebecca's husband, her son William, and a servant (Anne DAVIES, b. ca. 1834 at Llangolman). At her death in 1860, Anne was of Sychpant. [ref. 2d,2h,3a,4a,4c,8a,8b,9a,14]
  1. Keturah MORGAN, b. ca. 1798 at New Moat, m. 24 Oct 1821 at New Moat, Edward WILLIAMS (b. ca. 1795 at Bletherston, Pembrokeshire), d. reg. Q4 1869 at Narberth R.D. At her marriage in 1821, of New Moat; Edward was of Clarbeston, Pembrokeshire; the witnesses were John BUTLER and Thomas LAWRENCE. At her daughters' baptisms in 1824 and 1827, Edward was a laborer, of Ffynnongain land, New Moat. In 1841, living at Rhyd-y-brown, New Moat, with her husband Edward (an agricultural laborer), their children Margaret, John, and Ann, and Anne WILLIAMS (independent, b. ca. 1798 in Pembrokeshire, presumably a relative of Edward). In 1851, living at Rhyd-y-brown with her husband Edward (an agricultural laborer) and their daughter Anne. In 1861, living at Rhyd-y-brown with her husband Edward (an agricultural laborer). Ancestor of researcher Helen Calder. [ref. 3a,8a,8b,8c,14]
    1. Mary WILLIAMS, chr. 11 Apr 1824 at New Moat, bur. 30 Jan 1842 at New Moat. (Where in 1841?) At her death in 1842, of Rhyd-y-brown. [ref. 3a]
    2. Margaret WILLIAMS, chr. 10 Jun 1827 at New Moat, bur. 14 Jan 1842 at New Moat. In 1841, living with her parents. At her death in 1842, of Rhyd-y-brown. [ref. 3a,8a]
    3. John WILLIAM, b. ca. 1831 in Pembrokeshire. In 1841, living with his parents. [ref. 8a]
    4. Anne WILLIAMS, b. ca. 1836 at New Moat. In 1841 and 1851, living with her parents. In 1861, a general servant, living with her mother's brother James. [ref. 8a,8b,8c]
  2. Rebecca MORGAN, b. ca. 1802 at New Moat, m. 23 Nov 1848 at New Moat, m. reg. Q4 1848 at Narberth R.D., Levi OWEN or OWENS (b. ca. 1815 at Ambleston, Pembrokeshire), d. reg. Q1 1872 at Narberth R.D. In 1841, living with her mother at Sychpant. At her marriage in 1848, of Sychpant; Levi was a servant, also of Sychpant; the witnesses were William MORGAN (her brother) and John HOOPER. In 1851, a farm servant, living with her mother at Sychpant, along with her husband Levi (also a farm servant). In 1861, living with her brother James at Sychpant; Levi was a sailor, away from home on census night. In 1871, a sailor's wife, living at Bevlen, New Moat; Levi was away from home again. [ref. 3a,8a,8b,8c,8d,14]
  3. James MORGAN or MORGANS, b. ca. 1805 at New Moat, m. 20 Jul 1847 at New Moat, m. reg. Q3 1847 at Narberth R.D., Phebe JOHN (b. ca. 1820 at Llanycefn, Pembrokeshire, d. reg. Q2 1879 at Narberth R.D.; daughter of Stephen JOHN, a farmer). In 1841, living with his mother at Sychpant. At his marriage in 1847, a farmer, of Sychpant; Phebe was of Clyncemes; the witnesses were William MORGAN (his brother) and Evan HARRIES. In 1851, an agricultural laborer, living at Ffynnon Fair ("Mary's Well"), New Moat, with his wife Phebe and sons Thomas and Morgan. (Ffynnon Fair farm is adjacent to St. Mary's Well, a local landmark whose water is said to be a cure for arthritis.) In 1861, a farmer of 40 acres, employing one boy, living at Sychpant with his brother William, sister Rebecca, niece Ann WILLIAMS (daughter of his sister Keturah), son Thomas, and nephew William MORGANS (son of his brother Thomas); Phebe was living at Ffynnon Fair with her son Morgan and daughters Ann and Kettura. In 1871, a farmer of 40 acres together with his son Morgan, living at Sychpant with his wife Phebe, their children Morgan and Ann, and his brother William. In 1874, of New Moat, executor for his brother William. [ref. 3a,4a,8a,8b,8c,8d,14]
    1. Thomas MORGANS, b. ca. 1847 at New Moat, m. Mary (b. ca. 1838 at New Moat, d. by 1911). In 1851, living with his parents at Ffynnon Fair. In 1861, living with his father at Sychpant. In 1871, a laborer, living at Bigus, Ambleston, with his wife Mary and their children John, Keturah, and James. In 1881, a cowman, living at Midcounty Labourer's Cottage, Slebech, Pembrokeshire, with his wife Mary and children Ketura, James, Anne, Job, and Morgan. In 1891, a farm bailiff, living at Poyston Farm, Rudbaxton, Pembrokeshire, with his wife Mary, children Keturah, Job, Morgan, and David, and grandson William. In 1901, a caretaker and farm bailiff, living at Poyston Farm with his wife Mary and grandson William. In 1911, a farm bailiff, living at Poyston Farm with his son (probably grandson) William MORGAN and William's wife Nellie. One of his seven children had died by 1911. [ref. 8b,8c,8d,8e,8f,8g,8h]
      1. John MORGANS, b. ca. 1863 in Pembrokeshire. In 1871, a scholar, living with his parents at Ambleston. [ref. 8d]
      2. Keturah MORGANS or MORGAN, b. ca. 1868 at Bletherston or Henry's Moat or Walton East, Pembrokeshire, b. reg. Q4 1868 at Narberth R.D., m. reg. Q3 1898 at Haverfordwest R.D., Thomas Henry ROBERTS (b. ca. 1878 at Freystrop, Pembrokeshire). In 1871, living with her parents at Ambleston. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents at Slebech. In 1891, living with her parents at Poyston Farm. In 1901, living at Slebech Lower Lodge, Slebech, with her husband Thomas (a general agricultural laborer), their children Thomas and Mary, and her daughter Martha. In 1911, living at Slebech Lower Lodge with her husband Thomas (a domestic gardener) and their children Thomas, Mary, Selina, and Beatrice. [ref. 8d,8e,8f,8g,8h,14]
        1. (probably) William MORGANS, b. ca. 1885-1888 at Uzmaston, Pembrokeshire, m. 15 Oct 1910 at Rudbaxton, m. reg. Q4 1910 at Haverfordwest R.D., Nellie GRIFFITHS (b. ca. 1886 at Haverfordwest, daughter of George GRIFFITHS, a coachman). In 1891 and 1901, living with his grandparents at Poyston Farm. At his marriage in 1910, a coachman, of Poyston; Nellie was of 16 Albert Street, Haverfordwest; the witnesses were J. EVANS and Martha MORGANS (his sister); the marriage register lists his father as Thomas MORGAN, farm bailiff. In 1911, a teamster, living with his father (probably grandfather) at Poyston Farm, together with his wife Nellie. [ref. 3i,8f,8g,8h,14]
        2. Martha Jane MORGANS or MORGAN, b. ca. 1889 at Rudbaxton. In 1891, a nurseling in the home of Elizabeth DANIELS, 3 Marsh Cottages, Uzmaston. In 1901, living with her mother and stepfather. In 1911, a servant in the JENKINS household at Glanafon Farm, Haverfordwest. [ref. 8f,8g,8h]
        3. Thomas Henry ROBERTS, b. ca. 1899 at Rudbaxton, b. reg. Q1 1899 at Haverfordwest R.D. In 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, at school, living with his parents. [ref. 8g,8h,14]
        4. Mary Jane ROBERTS, b. ca. Mar 1901 at Slebech, b. reg. Q1 1901 at Narberth R.D. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents. [ref. 8g,8h,14]
        5. Morgan James ROBERTS, b. reg. Q4 1902 at Narberth R.D., d. reg. Q4 1902 at Narberth R.D. [ref. 8h,14]
        6. Selina Maud ROBERTS, b. ca. 1905 at Slebech, b. reg. Q2 1905 at Narberth R.D. In 1911, at school, living with her parents. [ref. 8h,14]
        7. Beatrice ROBERTS, b. ca. 1907 at Slebech, b. reg. Q4 1907 at Narberth R.D. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 8h,14]
      3. James MORGANS, b. ca. Jun 1870 at Walton (probably Walton East), Pembrokeshire. In 1871, living with his parents at Ambleston. In 1881, a scholar, living with his parents at Slebech. [ref. 8e]
      4. Anne MORGANS or MORGAN, b. ca. 1872 at Walton. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents at Slebech. In 1891, a domestic servant in the SCANES household at 18 St. Helen's Avenue, Swansea, Glamorgan. [ref. 8e,8f]
      5. Job MORGANS or MORGAN, b. ca. 1874 at Walton East, b. reg. Q2 1874 at Haverfordwest R.D., m. by 1901. In 1881, living with his parents at Slebech. In 1891, a baker, living with his parents at Poyston Farm. In 1901, an able seaman aboard the S.S. Stakesby, of Whitby, Yorkshire, enumerated at Harwich, Essex. In 1911, a chief stoker in the engine room aboard H.M.S. Leander, a 2nd class cruiser, in port at Devonport, Devon. [ref. 8e,8f,8g,8h,14]
      6. Morgan MORGANS or MORGAN, b. ca. 1876 at Walton East. In 1881, living with his parents at Slebech. In 1891, a farm servant, living with his parents at Poyston Farm. In 1901, a domestic coachman in the household of Percival Allan LLOYD, Victoria Place, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire. In 1911, a domestic coachman in the household of Francis THOMAS, Upper Boulston Farm, Haverfordwest. [ref. 8e,8f,8g,8h]
      7. David MORGANS, b. ca. 1881 at Slebech. In 1891, a scholar, living with his parents at Poyston Farm. [ref. 8f]
    2. Morgan MORGANS or MORGAN, b. ca. May 1850 at Maenclochog, Pembrokeshire, b. reg. Q2 1850 at Narberth R.D., m. 6 Jan 1876 at Maenclochog, m. reg. Q1 1876 at Narberth R.D., Anne EYNON (b. ca. 1846 at Henry's Moat, daughter of Ebenezer EYNON, a cooper), d. 11 Feb 1916, d. reg. Q1 1916 at Narberth R.D. In 1851, living with his parents at Ffynnon Fair. In 1861, a scholar, living with his mother at Ffynnon Fair. In 1871, a farmer at Sychpant, together with his father. At his marriage in 1876, a farmer, of Sychpant, New Moat; Ann was a dressmaker; the witnesses were Edwin DAVIES and Thomas EYNON. In 1881, a farmer of 40 acres, living at Sychpant with his wife Anne and their children John and Phebe. In 1891, a farmer, living at Sychpant with his wife Anne and their children John, Phebe, and Mary. In 1901, a farmer, living at Sychpant with his wife Anne and their children John and Mary. In 1911, a farmer, living at Sychpant, Clarbeston Road, New Moat, with his wife Ann and their children John and Maryann. A his death in 1916, of Sychpant. Administration of his estate (with will) was granted at London on 18 Apr 1916 to his daughter Mary Ann. His effects were valued at £217 10s. [ref. 3b,4b,8b,8c,8d,8e,8f,8g,8h,14]
      1. John Eynon MORGANS or MORGAN, b. ca. 1876 at Maenclochog, b. reg. Q2 1876 at Narberth R.D. In 1881, 1891, 1901, and 1911, living with his parents at Sychpant. [ref. 8e,8f,8g,8h,14]
      2. Phebe MORGANS, b. ca. 1877 at New Moat, m. reg. Q1 1900 at Narberth R.D., Daniel JAMES (b. ca. 1875 at Lllanycefn). In 1881 and 1891, living with her parents at Sychpant. In 1901, living at Cwmuchaf, Llandissilio, Pembrokeshire, with her husband James (a farmer). In 1911, living at Llethermadin, Llandissilio, with her husband Daniel (a farmer) and their children William, John, Annie, Martha, and Daniel. [ref. 8e,8f,8g,8h,14]
        1. William Lloyd JAMES, b. ca. 1902 at Llandissilio, b. reg. Q3 1902 at Narberth R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 8h,14]
        2. John (or Johnny) Morgan JAMES, b. ca. 1903 at Llandissilio, b. reg. Q3 1903 at Narberth R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 8h,14]
        3. Annie JAMES, b. ca. 1906 at Llandissilio. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 8h]
        4. Martha JAMES, b. ca. 1907 at Llandissilio. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 8h]
        5. Daniel Meredith JAMES, b. 7 Aug 1909 at Llandissilio, b. reg. Q3 1909 at Narberth R.D., d. reg. Q2 1969 at Narberth R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 8h,14]
      3. Mary Ann MORGANS or MORGAN, b. ca. 1882 at New Moat. In 1891, a scholar, living with her parents at Sychpant. In 1901, living with her parents at Sychpant. In 1911, a dariy maid, living with her parents at Sychpant. In 1916, administrator of her father's estate. [ref. 4b,8f,8g,8h]
    3. Ann MORGANS, b. ca. 1856 at New Moat. In 1861, a scholar, living with her mother at Ffynnon Fair. In 1871, living with her parents at Sychpant. [ref. 8c,8d]
    4. Keturah MORGANS, b. ca. 1860 at New Moat, b. reg. Q1 1860 at Narberth R.D. In 1861, a scholar, living with her mother at Ffynnon Fair. [ref. 8c,14]
  4. William MORGAN or MORGANS, b. ca. 1808 at New Moat, d. by 1874. In 1841, a blacksmith, living with his mother at Sychpant. In 1847, a witness at the marriage of his brother James. In 1848, a witness at the marriage of his sister Rebecca. In 1851, a blacksmith, living with his mother at Sychpant. In 1861 and 1871, a blacksmith, living with his brother James at Sychpant. James was his executor in 1874 (index reference for death duty: Carmarthen 3 792). [ref. 3a,4a,8a,8b,8c,8d]
  5. Thomas MORGAN or MORGANS, b. ca. 1814 at New Moat or Henry's Moat, m. 15 Dec 1842 at Maenclochog, m. reg. Q4 1842 at Narberth R.D., Anne NICHOLAS. In 1841, living with his mother at Sychpant. At his marriage in 1842, a laborer, of Sychpant, New Moat; Anne was of Maenclochog; the witnesses were Henry EVAN and Thomas GRIFFITH. At his daughter's birth in 1847, a laborer. In 1851, an agricultural laborer, living in the village of Maenclochog, with his wife Anne and children William, Rebecca, and Martha. In 1861, a farm laborer for the WILLIAMS family at Thornton village, in the parish of Steynton, Pembrokeshire; Anne was living at Maenclochog with their children Rebecca, John, and Anne. In 1871, a laborer, living at 1 Cwmdu Row, Cwmdu, near Maesteg, Glamorgan, with his wife Ann and their children Rebecca, John, and Ann. In 1881, an indoor farm servant in the GRIFFITHS household at Cwn Cerwn Farm, Cwmdu. [ref. 3b,2c,2d,2g,8a,8b,8c,8d,8e]
    1. William MORGAN or MORGANS, b. ca. 1844 at Twmpath, Henry's Moat, m1. by 1871 Margaret (b. ca. 1845 at Llanglydwen, Carmarthenshire), m2. ca. 1878 Mary A. (b. ca. 1844 at Pontypool, Monmouthshire). In 1851, living with his parents at Maenclochog. In 1861, a carter, living with his father's brother James at Sychpant. In 1871, a blacksmith, living at Eglwysfairychurig, in the parish of Henllanamgoed, Carmarthenshire, with his wife Margaret and their children Thomas and Catherine. In 1881, a blacksmith, living at Graig, Clase, Glamorgan, with his wife Mary and children Thomas, Catherine, Ann, and Martha. In 1891, a blacksmith, lodging with his son Thomas at Clase. In 1901, a blacksmith, living with his son Thomas at Clase. In 1911, a smith at a tinworks, boarding with his son Thomas at Clase. [ref. 8b,8c,8d,8e,8f,8g,8h]
      1. Thomas MORGAN, b. ca. 1867 at Llandissilio or Eglwysfairychurig, m. ca. 1888 Mary Ann (b. ca. 1869 at Morriston, Glamorgan). In 1871, living with his parents at Eglwysfairychurig. In 1881, a tin worker, living with his father and stepmother at Clase. In 1891, a tin works doubler, living at Bishop Terrace, Vicarage Road, Clase, with his wife Mary Ann and his father. In 1901, a tinplate rollerman, living at Harry Road, Clase, with his wife Mary Ann, their daughters Margaret and Lettie, his father, and his sister Ann. In 1911, a tinplater at a tinworks, living at Harry Road, Clase, with his wife Mary Ann, their daughters Margaret, Lettitia, and Rebbecca, his father (a boarder), and David WILLIAMS (a tinplater, b. ca. 1876 at Morriston). [ref. 8d,8e,8f,8g,8h]
        1. Margaret Ann MORGAN, b. ca. 1893 at Morriston. In 1901 and 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 8g,8h]
        2. Lettitia (Lettie) MORGAN, b. ca. 1899 at Morriston. In 1901, living with her parents at Clase. In 1911, at school, living with her parents. [ref. 8g,8h]
        3. Rebbecca MORGAN, b. ca. 1907 at Morriston. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 8h]
        4. Two more children, d. by 1911. [ref. 8h]
      2. Catherine MORGAN, b. ca. Jun 1870 at Eglwysfairychurig. In 1871, living with her parents. In 1881, a scholar, living with her father and stepmother at Clase. In 1891, a domestic servant in the LEWIS household at Aberclydach, near Clydach, Glamorgan. [ref. 8d,8e,8f]
      3. Ann Alice MORGAN, b. ca. 1871 at Eglwysfairychurig. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents at Clase. In 1891, a domestic servant in the OWEN household at Brookfield House, Llangyfelach, Glamorgan. In 1901, a domestic servant, living with her brother Thomas at Clase. [ref. 8e,8f,8g]
      4. Martha MORGAN, b. ca. 1874 at Henllanamgoed. In 1881, a scholar, living with her parents at Clase. [ref. 8e]
    2. Rebecca MORGAN, b. 3 May 1847 at Maenclochog. In 1851 and 1861, living with her parents at Maenclochog. In 1871, living with her parents at Cwmdu. [ref. 2g,8b,8c,8d]
    3. Martha MORGAN, b. ca. 1849 at Maenclochog. In 1851, living with her parents at Maenclochog. [ref. 8b]
      John Morgan and Ann (Evans) Morgan with their children (except Ben), ca. 1911. Emlyn is front center. Jenkin is front left. Katie is front right. Tommy is top left with moustache. (Photo courtesy of Jan Ingram.)
    4. John MORGAN, b. ca. 1854 at Maenclochog, m. 2 Jul 1881 at the parish church, Ystradyfodwg, Glamorgan, Ann EVANS. In 1861, living with his parents at Maenclochog. In 1871, a collier, living with his parents at Cwmdu. In Apr 1881, a coal miner, visiting the household of Francis NICHOLAS (probably a cousin) at 5 Garon Terrace, Llangeinor, Glamorgan. At his marriage in Jul 1881, a collier, of Cwmparc, Glamorgan. In 1891, a coal miner, living at 5 Edwards Court, Cwmdu, with his wife Ann and their children Thomas, Johnny, Ann Jane, Alice, William, and Evan. At his son's birth in 1892, a collier, of 5 Edwards Court, Maesteg. In 1901, a coal miner (hewer), living at 43 Tallis Street, Cwmparc, with his wife Ann and their children Thomas, Johnny, Ann Jane, Alice, William, Evan, Benjamin, Margaret, Martha, and Rebecca. In 1903, the Art Union (of Cwmparc?) held a raffle to raise money for John (the exact purpose is unclear). In 1911, a coal miner (hewer), living at 55 Tallis Street, Cwmparc, with his wife Ann and their children William, Evan, Margaret, Martha, Rebecca, Jenkin, Catherine, and Emlyn.The family spoke Welsh. [ref. 2b,2c,2e,8c,8d,8e,8f,8g,8h,11,26]
      1. Thomas "Tommy" MORGAN, b. ca. 1881 at Cwmparc, m. reg. Q3 1906 at Pontypridd R.D., Morfydd PROSSER (b. ca. 1882 at Treorchy, Glamorgan). In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, a coal miner (hewer), living with his parents. In 1911, a coal miner, living at 11 Tallis Street, Cwmparc, with his wife Morfydd and their daughters Marion and Blodwen. [ref. 7,8f,8g,8h,11,14,18]
        1. Marion Prosser MORGAN, b. 12 Jun 1907 at Cwmparc, b. reg. Q3 1907 at Pontypridd R.D., m. reg. Q2 1927 at Pontypridd R.D., John W. ANDREWS, d. Feb 1975, d. reg. Q1 1975 at Pontypridd R.D. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 7,8h,14,18]
          1. Vivian ANDREWS. [ref. 19]
          2. Ann ANDREWS. [ref. 19]
          3. Janet M. "Jan" ANDREWS, b. reg. Q2 1951 at Pontypridd R.D., m. reg. Q3 1975 at Ealing R.D., Philip C. INGRAM. [ref. 14,18,19]
            1. Heidi INGRAM (adopted). [ref. 18]
            2. A son (adopted). [ref. 18]
        2. Blodwen Prosser "Blod" MORGAN, b. 8 Oct 1909 at Cwmparc, b. reg. Q4 1909 at Pontypridd R.D., m. reg. Q4 1930 at Pontypridd R.D., George HAWKINS, d. reg. Q1 1980 at Pontypridd R.D. In 1911, living with her parents. [ref. 7,8h,14,18]
          1. Mair HAWKINS, b. reg. Q2 1931 at Pontypridd R.D. [ref. 14,19]
          2. Morfydd HAWKINS, b. reg. Q4 1934 at Pontypridd R.D. [ref. 14,19]
          3. George L. HAWKINS, b. reg. Q3 1941 at Pontypridd R.D. [ref. 14,19]
          4. Kenneth T. HAWKINS, b. reg. Q2 1944 at Pontypridd R.D. [ref. 14,19]
          5. Alan HAWKINS, b. reg. Q4 1947 at Pontypridd R.D. [ref. 14,19]
        3. Maggie M. MORGAN, b. reg. Q4 1911 at Pontypridd R.D. [ref. 14]
        4. George Prosser MORGAN, b. 27 Jun 1913, b. reg. Q3 1913 at Pontypridd R.D., d. reg. Jul 2002 at Taunton R.D. [ref. 14]
        5. Trevor Cynlais MORGAN, b. reg. Q3 1915 at Pontypridd R.D., prob. d. by 1971. [ref. 7,11,14]
          1. Margaret MORGAN, prob. d. without issue by 1971. [ref. 7,19]
        6. Gweneth Eirfron MORGAN, b. reg. Q2 1917 at Pontypridd R.D., m. REES. [ref. 7,14]
          1. Derek REES. [ref. 19]
          2. Dilys REES. [ref. 19]
          3. Gwyn REES. [ref. 19]
        7. Charlotte Ann "Lottie" MORGAN (or WATKINS or WATKINS-MORGAN), b. 1920, b. reg. Q2 1920 at Pontypridd R.D., m1. reg. Q4 1941 at Pontypridd R.D., James H. TOGHILL, m2. GILL, m3. reg. Q4 1948 at Pontypridd R.D., Richard L. PONTING, d. 1994. After the death of her parents, Lottie was cared for (but not formally adopted) by her aunt Maggie. [ref. 7,11,14,19]
          1. Rita M. TOGHILL, b. reg. Q3 1944 at Pontypridd R.D. Like her mother, cared for as a child by her great-aunt Maggie. [ref. 14,19]
          2. Elizabeth. [ref. 19]
      2. John "Johnny" MORGAN, b. ca. 1882 at Cwmparc, m. Sarah (b. ca. 1886 at Cwmparc), prob. d. by 1971. In 1891, living with his parents. In 1901, a coal miner (hewer), living with his parents. In 1911, a collier (hewer), living at 163 Park Road, Cwmparc, with his wife Sarah. [ref. 7,8f,8g,8h,11,19]
        1. Roma MORGAN (adopted). [ref. 19]
        2. Another daughter (adopted). [ref. 19]
      3. Ann Jane MORGAN, b. ca. 1884 at Cwmparc, m. David WILLIAMS (b. ca. 1869 at Little Newcastle, Pembrokeshire, d. 1954), d. 1951. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, living at 50 Tallis Street, Cwmparc, with her husband David (a coal miner), their son Thomas, and David's brother Arthur. [ref. 7,8f,8g,8h,11,19]
        1. Thomas "Tommy" John WILLIAMS, b. 9 Aug 1906 at Cwmparc, m. reg. Q4 1955 at Caerleon R.D., Celia M. ROWLANDS, d. 6 Aug 2005, d. reg. Aug 2005 at Caerphilly R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. A minister. [ref. 7,8h,11,14,19]
          1. David Vaughan WILLIAMS, b. 1961, b. reg. Q1 1962 at Newtown R.D. A consultant psychiatrist in London. [ref. 14,19]
        2. Myrddin WILLIAMS, b. 29 May 1911, b. reg. Q3 1911 at Pontypridd R.D., m. reg. Q3 1949 at Penzance R.D., Phyllis Mae CHAPPLE, d. reg. Jun 1984 at Penzance R.D. A naval officer. [ref. 7,11,14,19]
          1. David Holman Melvyn WILLIAMS, b. 1951. [ref. 19]
        3. Annie Mary "Nancy" WILLIAMS, b. reg. Q1 1918 at Pontypridd R.D., m. reg. Q4 1966 at Pontypridd R.D., Seth WILLIAMS, d. Dec 2006. Had no children. [ref. 7,11,14,19]
      4. Alice MORGAN, b. ca. 1886 at Cwmparc, m. reg. Q2 1907 at Pontypridd R.D., John Thomas GRANFIELD (b. ca. 1886 at Penzance, Cornwall), d. reg. Q3 1966 at Pontypridd R.D. In 1891 and 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, living at 35 Vicarage Terrace, Cwmparc, with her husband John (a haulier below ground), their children John, Lily, and Stanley, and two boarders. [ref. 7,8f,8g,8h,11,14]
        1. John Thomas GRANFIELD, b. 29 Jan 1908 at Treorchy, b. reg. Q1 1908 at Pontypridd R.D., d. reg. Q1 1976 at Pontypridd R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. Did not marry. [ref. 7,8h,14,19]
        2. Lily May GRANFIELD, b. 1 Mar 1909 at Treorchy, b. reg. Q2 1909 at Pontypridd R.D., m. reg. Q3 1934 at Pontypridd R.D., Henry J. HIGGON, d. reg. Jun 1998 at Pontypridd R.D. In 1911, living with her parents. Had no children. [ref. 7,8h,14,19]
        3. Stanley George GRANFIELD, b. 5 May 1910 at Cwmparc, b. reg. Q2 1910 at Pontypridd R.D., d. reg. Aug 1986 at Pontypridd R.D. In 1911, living with his parents. [ref. 7,8h,14]
        4. Rebecca GRANFIELD, b. reg. Q1 1918 at Pontypridd R.D., m. reg. Q2 1941 at Pontypridd R.D., William D. EVELEIGH, d. reg. Q4 1944 at Stroud R.D. [ref. 7,14]
          1. Linda EVELEIGH, b. reg. Q1 1943 at Pontypridd R.D., m. reg. Q3 1965 at Stourbridge R.D., Nicholas HARVEY. [ref. 7,14]
      5. William "Willie" MORGAN, b. ca. 1888 at Cwmparc, d. by 1971. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a coal miner (hewer), living with his parents. In 1947, living at 117 Tallis Street, Cwmparc. [ref. 6,7,8f,8g,8h,11]
        1. Gwyneth MORGAN, b. 29 Nov 1925, m. 24 May 1947 at St. George parish church, Cwmparc, m. reg. Q2 1947 at Pontypridd R.D., Harry GILLARD, d. reg. Oct 2004 at Rhondda R.D. [ref. 6,7,11,14]
          1. Keith L. GILLARD, b. reg. Q2 1950 at Bournemouth R.D., m. reg. Q3 1973 at Bournemouth R.D., Lynda C. SEAL. [ref. 14,19]
            1. David John GILLARD, b. reg. Q2 1977 at Bournemouth R.D. [ref. 14]
            2. Sarah GILLARD, b. reg. Q1 1981 at Poole R.D. [ref. 14]
            3. Kirsty GILLARD, b. reg. Aug 1986 at Bournemouth R.D. [ref. 14]
        2. Thomas Ieuan MORGAN. A musician. Studied the euphonium at the Cardiff College of Music and Drama. Subsequently became a conductor, founding the Treorchy Secondary School Band (subsequently the Treorchy Comprehensive School Band) in 1953 and serving from 1965 to 1985 as musical director of the Parc and Dare Band. (For more details see the band's history, ref. 22.) Awarded an M.B.E. in 1985 "for services to brass band music in Wales". [ref. 7,11,22,23]
      6. Evan MORGAN, b. ca. Sep 1890 at Cwmparc, b. reg. Q4 1890 at Pontypridd R.D., m. MORGAN, d. by 1971. In 1891 and 1901, living with his parents. In 1911, a coal miner (hewer), living with his parents. In 1957, of 47 Tallis Street, Cwmparc. [ref. 5,7,8f,8g,8h,11,14]
        1. Evan Alwyn MORGAN, b. reg. Q2 1924 at Pontypridd R.D, d. 23 Jul 2008 at London. [ref. 7,11,19,14]
        2. Judith Tegwen MORGAN, b. 24 Feb 1927, b. reg. Q2 1927 at Pontypridd R.D., m. 23 Mar 1957 at Salem Baptist Chapel, Cwmparc, Gordon Maison LEWIS, d. Mar 1997, d. reg. Mar 1997 at Pontypridd R.D. [ref. 1,5,7,11,14]
      7. Gareth Morgan and Joan Margaret (Haworth) Morgan, 1949.
        Benjamin "Ben" MORGAN, b. 24 Oct 1892 at 5 Edwards Court, Cwmdu, m. 31 Jul 1924 at Dyffryn Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Margam, Glamorgan, Eveline JONES, d. 11 Sep 1959 at Port Talbot General Hospital, Port Talbot, Glamorgan. In 1901, living with his parents at Cwmparc. In 1911, a teacher for the Glamorgan County Council, boarding at 169 Commercial Street, Senghenydd, Glamorgan. In World War I, enlisted as a private in the 10th (Service) Battalion of the Devonshire Regiment, which was formed at Exeter, Devon, in Sep 1914 as part of the Third New Army. The battalion was attached to the 79th Brigade of the 26th Division, which trained in the Salisbury Plain area before embarking for France in Sep 1915. Ben arrived in France on 22 Sep 1915, but in November the 26th Division moved to Salonika. By the end of the war, Ben was an acting corporal and the 26th Division had become part of the Army of the Occupation of Bulgaria. Beginning in Feb 1919, Italian troops gradually replaced British ones in Bulgaria. Ben was demobilized on 21 Mar 1919. For his army service he received the British War Medal 1914-1920, the Victory Medal 1914-1919, and the 1914/15 Star. He subsequently became a music teacher and primary school headmaster. At his son's marriage in 1949, a schoolmaster. [ref. 1,2a,2b,2e,2f,8g,8h,11,24,25]
        1. Lyndon MORGAN, stillb. ca. 1926. [ref. 1,11]
        2. Gareth MORGAN, b. 18 June 1928 at Port Talbot, m. 23 Dec 1949 at St. Peter and St. Paul parish church, Lingfield, Surrey, Joan Margaret HAWORTH, d. 18 July 1996 at Chicago, Illinois. Educated at Balliol College, Oxford University. Two years national service in the Royal Air Force. Taught classics at secondary schools in England until 1966, when he became a professor of classics and education at the University of Texas at Austin. [ref. 1,2f]
          1. Helen Jessica MORGAN, b. 29 May 1951, b. reg. Q2 1951 at Marlborough R.D., m. 27 Jul 1976 at Edinburgh, George Lidderdale GRETTON[ref. 1,14]
            1. Matthew William GRETTON, b. 4 Oct 1978 at Edinburgh. [ref. 1]
            2. Andrew Alexander GRETTON, b. 25 Jan 1980 at Edinburgh, m. 12 Aug 2010 at Wycombe Registry Office and 14 Aug 2010 at Croxley Green, Hertfordshire, Kate Inez STANBRIDGE[ref. 1]
              1. Archie John GRETTON, b. 19 Nov 2012 at Worthing Hospital, Worthing, Sussex. [ref. 1]
            3. Emily Frances GRETTON, b. 11 June 1987 at Edinburgh. [ref. 1]
          2. Candia Ruth MORGAN, b. 24 Aug 1955 at Lingfield, b. reg. Q3 1955 at Surrey South Eastern R.D., m. 11 Mar 2013 at the Registry Office, Norwich, Norfolk, Steven Dennis Victor BERRY. A professor of mathematics education at London University. [ref. 1,14]
          3. Daniel Francis MORGAN, b. 21 Apr 1964 at St. Helier, Surrey, b. reg. Q2 1964 at Surrey North Eastern R.D., m. 27 Aug 2000 at Chevy Chase, Maryland, Paulette Louise COMO. Educated in physics at the Massachusetts Instititute of Technology (S.B. 1985) and the University of Texas at Austin (Ph.D. 1991). A science and technology policy analyst at the Congressional Research Service in Washington, D.C. [ref. 1,14]
            1. Gareth Thomas MORGAN, b. 15 Jul 2003 at Virginia Hospital Center, Arlington, Virginia. [ref. 1]
      8. Margaret "Maggie" MORGAN, b. ca. 1895 at Maesteg, m. WATKINS. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, an outdoor servant, living with her parents. In 1971, living at 102 Park Road, Cwmparc. Took care of her niece Lottie and Lottie's daughter Rita (see above) after Lottie's parents died. Administratrix of the estate of her brother Emlyn. [ref. 7,8g,8h,11,19]
      9. Martha MORGAN, b. ca. 1897 at Maesteg, b. reg. Q4 1897 at Bridgend R.D., m. Evan DAVIES, d. without issue by 1971. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, assisting in the house, living with her parents. [ref. 8g,8h,11,14,19]
      10. Rebecca "Becca" MORGAN, b. ca. 1899 at Maesteg or Rhondda, Glamorgan, m. Evan OWEN, d. without issue by 1971. In 1901, living with her parents. In 1911, at school, living with her parents. [ref. 8g,8h,11,18,19]
      11. Jenkin MORGAN, b. 1 Nov 1901 at Rhondda, b. reg. Q4 1901 at Pontypridd R.D., m. Gina, d. reg. Q3 1970 at Bridgend R.D. In 1911, at school, living with his parents. Had no children. [ref. 7,8h,11,14,19]
      12. Catherine "Katie" MORGAN, b. ca. 1903 at Rhondda, d. unm. by 1969. In 1911, at school, living with her parents. [ref. 7,8h,11,19]
      13. Emlyn MORGAN, b. 25 Jan 1906 at Rhondda, b. reg. Q1 1906 at Pontypridd R.D., d. unm. 9 May 1969, d. reg. Q2 1969 at Pontypridd R.D. In 1911, at school, living with his parents. Emlyn lived at 55 Tallis Street, Cwmparc, at the time of his death. He died intestate, and letters of administration were granted to his sister Margaret on 1 Aug 1969. [ref. 7,8h,11,14,19]
    5. Ann MORGAN, b. ca. 1857 at Maenclochog. In 1861, living with her parents at Maenclochog. In 1871, living with her parents at Cwmdu. [ref. 8c,8d]
Other Morgans with connections to New Moat, Maenclochog, and Henry's Moat:

Sources

  1. Personal recollection of Daniel Francis Morgan, Joan Margaret (Haworth) Morgan, and Helen Jessica (Morgan) Gretton.
  2. U.K. civil registration certificates
    1. Death certificate of Benjamin Morgan, 1959
    2. Marriage certificate of Benjamin Morgan and Eveline Jones, 1924
    3. Marriage certificate of John Morgan and Ann Evans, 1881
    4. Marriage certificate of Thomas Morgan and Anne Nicholas, 1842
    5. Birth certificate of Benjamin Morgan, 1892
    6. Marriage certificate of Gareth Morgan and Joan Margaret Haworth, 1949
    7. Birth certificate of Rebecca Morgan, 1847
    8. Death certificate of Anne Morgan, 1860
  3. Parish registers (from images at FindMyPast except where noted)
    1. St. Nicholas, New Moat, Pembrokeshire (thanks to Sue Martin for previously providing excerpts from the BTs)
      1. (from index at FamilySearch; register images not found at FindMyPast 24 Aug 2014)
    2. St. Mary, Maenclochog, Pembrokeshire
    3. Henry's Moat, Pembrokeshire
    4. Bletherston, Pembrokeshire
    5. Llanycefn, Pembrokeshire (from FreeREG; register images not found at FindMyPast 23 Aug 2014)
    6. Wiston, Pembrokeshire
    7. Woodstock Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, Ambleston, Pembrokeshire
    8. Walton East, Pembrokeshire
    9. Rudbaxton, Pembrokeshire
  4. Wills, probate, and death duty
    1. Index to death duty registers, IR27/108 (from images at FindMyPast)
    2. National probate calendar for England and Wales (from images at Ancestry)
    3. Morgan Morgan, grant of administration, 1826 (National Library of Wales ref. SD/1826/247)
  5. Wedding program and invitation card for Judith Tegwen (Morgan) Lewis and Gordon Maison Lewis.
  6. Wedding invitation card for Gwyneth (Morgan) Gillard and Harry Gillard.
  7. Solicitors' letter to Gareth Morgan, 20 May 1971, regarding distribution of the estate of Emlyn Morgan.
  8. Censuses of the United Kingdom (see selected transcripts).
    1. 1841
    2. 1851
    3. 1861
    4. 1871
    5. 1881
    6. 1891
    7. 1901
    8. 1911
  9. Memorial inscriptions
    1. Gravestones of Morgan Morgan and his wife Anne, New Moat, Pembrokeshire
    2. Gravestone of Sarah Morgan and Esther Owen, New Moat, Pembrokeshire
    3. Memorial to Rev. George Morgans, inside the church, New Moat, Pembrokeshire
  10. Family tree prepared by Daniel Francis Morgan as a school project circa 1975, based on the personal recollection of Gareth Morgan and Joan (Haworth) Morgan.
  11. General Register Office index to civil registration in England and Wales, via FreeBMD and/or Ancestry
  12. Information from Janet (Andrews) Ingram.
  13. Information from David Vaughan Williams, based in part on his father's personal recollection.
  14. Online history of the Parc and Dare Band
  15. The queen's birthday honors list, The Times, 15 Jun 1985
  16. World War I medal index card for Benjamin Morgan, downloaded from DocumentsOnline, and explanatory information given there
  17. The Long, Long Trail: The Story of the British Army in the First World War
  18. Rhondda Leader newspaper, 25 Apr 1903 and 11 Jul 1903, from Welsh Newspapers Online

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