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Re: William Morgan, b/o Goen Morgan, NC
Posted by: mary sheffield (ID *****1554) Date: August 25, 2013 at 13:56:33
In Reply to: Re: William Morgan, b/o Goen Morgan, NC by Mitchell of 19652

I think this line is mixed up as what I have on Nathan father of Goin who died in Anson NC 1751 father was Natham he was from Cecil MD. Not VA! Nathan had brother's Joseph and William. Son Goin had son Jonathan, dtr Littia. They all Moved around and This line DNA I believed is Group 1 or 7. They could be related to the Morgan's from Enoch line in Del or James & Hugh Morgan from Glamorgan, Wales.

Our DNA matches a varient of Col Edward Jones who was living on Morgan's Creek in the late 1700's and Name is on Hardy Morgan's Deed's making me think this is really Edward Morgan who's father might have taken his wife's last name Jones as the Welsh were doing at that time period the reason for a lot of Brick walls back then. His DNa is a Match for our Morgan's making him a Morgan.

It is easy to know how Goin line got to be mixed up with the Barbee line in the 1800's when all had moved out of the state of NC and gone to Tippah Mississippi GA AL, TX with so many John Morgan's and James, in that area.

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