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Thomas Morgan (b.1795)

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Hostel keeper of Abergavenny[1]

A wool stapler[2]

Married Marianne Vaughan (or Martha); they had 10 children[3]

c1823 Birth of son Thomas Vaughan Morgan

1825 Birth of son William Vaughan Morgan

c1829 Birth of son James Vaughan Morgan

c1832 Birth of son Walter Vaughan Morgan

c1832 Birth of son Septimus Vaughan Morgan

1836 Birth of son Octavius Vaughan Morgan

1838 Birth of son Edward Vaughan Morgan

1841 Thomas Morgan 45, hostel keeper, lived in Abergavenny, with Thomas Morgan 18, bookkeeper, John Morgan 9, Octavius Morgan 4, Marianne Morgan 6, Edward Morgan 2[4]

By 1851 Thomas junior was running the hostel.[5]


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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. marriage records of his sons
  3. The Times, November 14, 1916
  4. 1841 census
  5. 1851 census