T. C. Morgan and Ellender Love Spraberry Morgan
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T.C. MORGAN Feb. 11, 1881 in Hood Co. TX.
Father: Thomas MORGAN b. 1810
Mother: Elizabeth Unk. b 1808.
Siblings: James 1834,
               John 1839,
               Jane 1843,
               William 1844,
                Louisa 1845.
Married: Ellender Love SPRAYBERRY Feb.11, 1881 in Hood Co. Texas.
Father: Wiley Jackson SPRAYBERRY b. Mar.11, 1826 in Atlanta, GA. d. July 15, 1863 in Atlanta, GA.
Mother: Mary Ann Malica CARR Sprayberry b. Sep. 15, 1836 in Habesham Co. GA.
      Lucy Jane Nov.14, 1853-May 16, 1872
      William Lafayette July 13, 1858-
      Emaziah Massilah Oct. 20, 1860 -
      Mansson Jackson Dec.3, 1862-
Children: Elizabeth Ann 1888-1939,
                Thomas Wiley March 16, 1882-Aug 20, 1970,
                Andy Buck 1884,
                Bob Edward May 9, 1886-Feb 14, 1927.



Mrs. T. C. Morgan, a West Texas pioneer mother passed away at an Amarillo hospital Friday, Feb. 20th after a lingering illness.

The body was brought to Spur where funeral services were held Sunday, February 22nd at the Spur Methodist Church. Rev. H. L. Thurston, the pastor officiated.

Interment was made in the Spur Cemetery beside the grave of her husband who died in 1916. Campbell Funeral Chapel directing.

Mrs. Morgan was born in Mississippi, April 11, 1856, being 85 years , 10 months and 9 days old. She came with her husband and children to Spur in 1910 and was a resident of Spur until two years ago when she went to Amarillo to make her home with her son, Andy Morgan and wife. Wylie Morgan, another son, survives. Two of her four children preceded her in death; they are Bob Morgan, and an only daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Morgan Boyer, wife of Robert Boyer.

Other survivors include a host of grandchildren and great grand children.

©The Texas Spur, February 26, 19425
from the records of Lillian Grace Nay< /blockquote>

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