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Edward Vaughan Morgan

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Edward Vaughan Morgan of Morgan Crucible Co

1838 Born son of Thomas Morgan, hostel keeper of Abergavenny[1] and his wife Mary[2]

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[3]

1851 Thos V Morgan 27, ... Merchant, Hotel Keeper, farmer, lived in Abergavenny with Jas Morgan 23, V V Morgan 13, E V Morgan 12[4]

1855 Establishment of Morgan Brothers, bankers and merchants

1856 Started publishing business with his 5 brothers - see Morgan Brothers (Publishers)

1861 Thos V Morgan 37, lived in Chelsea with Walter V Morgan 29, Edwd V Morgan 22, crucible manufacturer[5]

1870 A merchant, when he married Emily Ann Pascoe in Chelsea[6]

1881 Edward V. Morgan 42 , Partner In Manufacturing Of Crucibles (Earthenware), lived in Kensington with Emily Ann Morgan 33, Eveny Pasco Morgan 9, Gwellian P. Morgan 5, Edward Pasco Morgan 3, Harley P. Morgan 2, Marian P. Morgan 1, Gladys Pasco Morgan[7]

1891 Director, proprietor of journal[8]

1901 Edward V Morgan 62, newspaper proprietor, employer, lived in Brompton with Emily E Morgan 53, Edward P V Morgan 23, learning to be a stock broker, Marcus P V Morgan 21, Glayds P V Morgan 20, Dorothy P V Morgan 15[9]

1911 No occupation[10]

1916 Left the Morgan Brothers (Publishers) partnership

1922 Died in Kensington[11]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1841 census
  2. BMD
  3. 1841 census
  4. 1851 census
  5. 1861 census
  6. Parish records
  7. 1881 census
  8. 1891 census
  9. 1901 census
  10. 1911 census
  11. National probate calendar