Soon after the death of his wife Lovina in 1919 William moved to the Shelton, Idaho area with the remainder of their children.
He lived there until he died in 1946. After his death he was returned to Neeley to be buried beside Lovina.
Theirs was a difficult marriage, physically and emotionally, but they persevered and the true test of their character is that
William and Lovina Morgan were not wanderers. In this picture their headstone can be seen in the lower right corner of the
picture and the farm they spent most of their lives on lies just beyond the trees.