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Thomas Morgan Funeral

The card that was handed out at Thomas Morgan's funeral


Above is the card that was handed out to people who attended Thomas Morgan's funeral in 1915. We hesitated to put this card on our Thomas Morgan website because it has erroneous information printed on it. Recent research in England by several qualified professionals has proven that Thomas Morgan was not 107 years old when he died. The truth is that he forgot how old he was and his family did not know for sure either. So some very erroneous information was entered into the record just prior to and just after his death. To read the complete research paper that documents Thomas Morgan's actual age, go to the Thomas Morgan page on this website and click on the "Thomas and Ann Morgan in England" link.


Thomas Morgan embodied the traits and values that make us all better human beings and that, when assimilated by families, make better families.