I think if you have a male son you can do a DNA on him and it will tell you your son DNA and post it at ysearch on the Morgan web site, and if you get a match it will tell you the location of that Morgan match. It will cost about 150 but it can really help as to the location his DNA is in the states. We had DNA on our Morgan's in Alabama and had known matches in NC. It is just a thought. Take a look at this site.
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