Sarah MORGAN

ABT 1700 - 1777

Father: Edward MORGAN
Mother: Elizabeth JARMAN

Family 1 : Squire BOONE
  1.  Sarah "Sally" BOONE
  2.  Israel BOONE
  3.  Samuel BOONE
  4.  Jonathan BOONE
  5.  Elizabeth "Betsy" BOONE
  6.  Daniel BOONE
  7.  Mary BOONE
  8.  George BOONE
  9. +Edward "Neddy" BOONE
  10.  Squire Boone JR.
  11.  Hannah BOONE


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 _Edward MORGAN ____|
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|--Sarah MORGAN 
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|_Elizabeth JARMAN _|
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[458] For information on Daniel Boone and the Boone family, see
The Boone Society at http://www.boonesociety.org/.

"The First 5 Generations of the George Boone Family"
The Boone Society, Inc., October 2006
http://www.boonesociety.org/
"The Boone Society has copies of actual baptisms at St. Disens Church in Bradninch, Devonshire,
England, for 6 of the children of George Boone III and wife Mary. (Note: the Old James Boone
Genealogy gives us the actual birth dates.) George III & Mary actually had 10 children, which include
two daughters named Mary, (the first died in infancy)... '1696 Squire ye son of George Boone baptized
December ye 25th'. From James Boone Genealogy: "SQUIRE BOONE (son of George & Mary Boone)
was born on the Fourth Day of the Week, between 11 & 12 in the Forenoon, on the 25 November 1696."
Squire married Sarah Morgan 23 July 1720 at the Gwynned Meeting of Quakers, Berks Co, Pennsylvania.
Squire died 2 January 1765 and Sarah died 1777; both buried at Mocksville, North Carolina."

"The Family of Edward Morgan of Pennsylvania: Daniel Boone's Maternal Kin"
Stewart Baldwin
The Genealogist, Vol. 15, No.1 (Spring 2001)
[See also Baldwin's "Edward Morgan of Gwynedd, PA" at http://sbaldw.home.mindspring.com/]
"Sarah Morgan, b. ca. 1700; m. Squire Boone."

Gwynedd Friends Meeting Historical Notes
Descendants of Edward Morgan
http://www.gwyneddfriends.org/morgan.htm
"Sarah Morgan was born in Towamencin twp., Philadelphia co. (now Montgomery), PA, and
died 1777 in Mocksville, Rowan co, NC. She married Squire Boone September 23, 1720 in
Gwynedd Friends Meeting, Philadelphia (now Montgomery) Co. PA, son of George Boone and
Mary Maugridge. He was born November 25, 1696 in Bradnich, Devonshire, England, and died
February 01, 1765 in Rowan co, NC." The site also has a copy of the wedding certificate at:
http://www.gwyneddfriends.org/squireboonesarahmorgan.htm.

"The Boone Family; a Genealogical History"
Hazel Atterbury Spraker
Rutland, VT, 1922
(Reprinted, Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore, MD. 1974)
p32: "Squire Boone (Son of George), born 25 November (Old Style) or 6 December (New Style), 1696,
in Devonshire, England; died 2 January, 1765, in Rowan County, North Carolina. Married 23 Sept., 1720,
in Berks Co., Pa., Sarah Morgan (b. 1700; d. 1777, according to supposed headstone), daughter of
Edward Morgan, an early settler of the Welsh colony of Gwynedd in Berks Co., Pa. Squire Boone
accompanied his elder brother and sister to America a few years before the parents came in 1717. His
marriage to Sarah Morgan is recorded in the records of the Society of Friends...
p36: "Hence we find that on April 11, 1750, Squire Boone and wife Sarah conveyed their farm of 158
acres of land in Exeter Township to William Maugridge, "19 days before they set out for North Carolina,
May 1, 1750." Although Sarah Boone had obtained a certificate from Exeter Meeting "to Friends in
Virginia, Carolina and elsewhere", there is no evidence that they united with any Quaker Meeting in
North Carolina, and many of their children later became Baptists."
p38: After that Squire Boone and his wife continued to live beside the Yadkin River until their deaths. They
both lie buried in the old Joppa cemetery at Mocksville, Davie County, N. C., where their gravestones were
standing until recently. Because of the depredation of souvenir-hunters, the stones have now been enclosed
in a strong steel cage as a protection from further vandalism. The inscription on Squire Boone's headstone
reads as follows: "Squire Boone departed this life they sixty-ninth year of his age in thay year of our Lord 1765,
Geneary Tha 2." On the headstone which is supposed to be that of Squire Boone's wife, only the first two
letters of the word Sarah are legible. The inscription reads as follows: "Sa.. ..Boone desowned this life 1777,
aged 77 years."
p542: "Every effort had been made to learn something of the ancestry of Sarah Morgan, wife of Squire Boone,
but without any appreciable result. It is certain, of course, that Sarah's father was Edward Morgan of Gwynedd,
Philadelphia Co., Pa., as her marriage record shows that fact beyond all doubt. It is also reasonably certain that
her brothers and sisters were the young Morgans whose marriage records, like her own, state that they were
children of Edward Morgan of Gwynedd. Beyond these facts there is nothing authentic upon which to base any
statement connecting Sarah (Morgan) Boone with any other Morgan family of record."

"A History of the Pioneer Families of Missouri"
William S. Bryan and Robert Rose
Bryan, Brand & Co., St. Louis, MO, 1876
pp3-8: "Life of Daniel Boone"
"He had seven sons and four daughters, whose names are here given in the order of their births,
from information furnished by the late Daniel Bryan, the celebrated gunsmith of Kentucky, who was
a nephew of Daniel Boone: Israel, Sarah, Samuel, Jonathan, Elizabeth, Daniel, Mary, (mother of
Daniel Bryan), George, Edward, Squire, Jr., and Hannah. The maiden name of the mother of these
children was Sarah Morgan."

"The Jess M. Thompson Pike County History"
Thompson, Jess M.
Pittsfield, IL; Pike County Historical Society; 1967
Chapter 32: "Squire Boone, son of George Boone III, married Sarah Morgan in Berks county,
Pennsylvania, on September 23, 1720. She was a daughter of Edward Morgan, soldier of the
Revolutionary war. They moved to Bucks county, Pennsylvania, where some of their children
were born. They became the parents of seven sons and four daughters, as follows, in the order
of their birth: Sarah, Israel, Samuel, Jonathan, Elizabeth, Daniel, Mary, George, Edward, Squire
and Hannah. Squire Boone (the elder), with his family, moved May 1, 1750 to the banks of the
Yadkin in Davidson (then Rowan) county, North Carolina. Squire Boone died in 1765; his wife in
1777, aged 77. They are buried in Joppa cemetery, Mocksville, North Carolina."

[456] [S13] BrŠiderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #3979, Date of Import: Apr 18, 1998

[457] [S13] BrŠiderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #3979, Date of Import: Apr 18, 1998

[665] [S13] BrŠiderbund WFT Vol. 2, Ed. 1, Tree #3979, Date of Import: Apr 18, 1998


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