Date of Death: 30 Dec 1922
Subject: Charles Ford Morgan
Source: Savannah Reporter, 5 Jan 1923

After an illness of about a year C. F. Morgan passed to the great beyond at the hospital in St. Joseph Friday and the services were held at the Long Branch church Monday with the address by Rev. A. C. Johnson and burial was in the cemetery nearby. 

Charles Ford Morgan, son of John W. and Sarah Ann Morgan, was born in Scott county, Ky., January 12, 1863.  He departed this life December 30, 1922.  He moved and settled east of St. Joseph in the year 1881.  In the year 1891 he moved to Andrew county where he has since resided.  Mr. Morgan was an active farmer, he and his brother James having been partners until 1911.  He was the president of the Farmer's Exchange at the time of his death and was an honored upright progressive and beloved citizen of the county. 

March 24, 1897, he married Lucy Belle Swink.  To them were born five children, four of whom are still living.  Ida Elizabeth died at the age of nine months.  The living children are John W., James H., Estelle E. and Charles B.  Two brothers and two sisters survive, W. M. Morgan of St. Joseph and G. E. Morgan of Savannah; Mrs. Lizzie Swink and Mrs. J. C. Glasgow of Savannah. 

Mr. Morgan was converted at Pleasant View in Buchanan county at the age of 21 and later moved his membership to New Hope church, then when New Hope was disbanded, he united with the M. E. Church, South at Savannah.  Of this church he was an honored member at the time of his death.  Mr. Morgan was one of the best of neighbors and a friend to all.  To his family, no man could have been better.  His life will ever remain as an example of good citizenship to everyone who knew him.  The family have [sic] the sincere sympathy of all. 

Source: Savannah Reporter,undated

In Memory of all my family, gone but not forgotten, Ida Elizabeth, 1905; Charles, 1922; Lucy Belle, 1943; John, 1962; Harley 1969, and Charles, 1974.