Updated Morgan Genealogy: A History of James Morgan, of New London, Connecticut, and His Descendants, from 1607 to 1997
"This Edition intends to give the genealogical reader, all that is provided by Nathaniel Harris Morgan's original 1869 printing, & the facsimile 'Reprint' by Heritage Books, Inc. in 1992. Additionally, it picks up a few 'errors' in the 1869 Edition, adds over 500 additional 'Morgans' that NHM had failed to find after families were scattered during and after the Revolutionary War, as they left Connecticut, searching better land."--P. vii.
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Introduction by Freeman E Morgan Jr vii
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