MORGAN (VETERAN CSA), WILLIAM - Benton County, Arkansas | WILLIAM MORGAN (VETERAN CSA) - Arkansas Gravestone Photos

William MORGAN (VETERAN CSA)

Pratt (Avoca-Gateway) Cemetery
Benton County,
Arkansas

PRIVATE
Confederate States Army
Company G 4 Arkansas Cavalry
Civil War Confederate
January 29, 1833 - January 4, 1914

Source: Confederate Veterans Buried in Benton County Arkansas by William W Degge & Dorothy Ruth Miller.

*Obituary
Rogers Democrat
Thursday, January 8, 1914

MORGAN, William - {from Central} William Morgan died January 4th at 1:30 a.m. after a long illness. "Uncle Bill," as he was known by everybody, had been sick for three or four months. He was a good citizen, honest and true. Was nearly 81 years old. He was buried with Masonic honors of which lodge he had been a member for many years, having joined the Pea Ridge lodge before the war of 1861.

*Obituary
Rogers Democrat
Thursday, January 15, 1914

William Morgan died of dropsy January 4th. Deceased was born January 20, 1833 near Danville, Ill. In October 1837 his parents moved to the farm three miles southeast of Pea Ridge on which the deceased resided with his brother, E.S. Morgan, and wife at the time of his death. He was a patient sufferer for seven months and leaves one brother and two sisters: Mrs. Lucy Fawver and E.S. Morgan of Pea Ridge and Mrs. M.E. Loveland of Rogers, to mourn his death. The funeral services were held at the home conducted by Rev. B. Mahurin, after which the Masonic fraternity performed their burial ceremonies at the Pratt cemetery and tenderly laid the remains to rest. By a Friend.

Contributed on 10/17/08 by judyfrog
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Record #: 80032

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Submitted: 10/17/08 • Approved: 5/6/14 • Last Updated: 5/9/14 • R80032-G0-S3

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