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Charles Morgan & family

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Re: Charles Morgan & family

Posted: 28 Jul 2012 9:14AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi,

There certainly seems to be some connection among the Morgan, Hunter, Robinson and Crawley families. But I can't figure out what that connection is. Perhaps some of Harriet's daughters married into those families.

1880 Lafourche page 538C
Harriet Morgan 55 LA
George Robinson 29 VA
Frank Crawley 11 VA
Martha Hunter 7 LA
Lucy Hunter 5 LA
Gibbs Hunter 1 month LA
Lillie Hunter 3 LA

1880 Lafourche page 537B
Silas Hunter 40 LA
Eva Hunter 33 LA
Headed Crawley 12 LA
Susan Crawley 13

I had to laugh when I saw the 1870 census for Silas Hunter. In 1880, he was 40 and 10 years before he was 43. Eva was 33 in 1880 and 35 10 years before. Who knows which is correct?

I don't know if you noticed, but your Morgans were the only ones in Lafourche Parish in 1870. In 1880, there was a Lucinda Morgan, a child, who was the only other Morgan. In 1860, there were three White Morgans...an older woman, a younger woman and a boy.

Have a good weekend.

Cheryl
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