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Morgan Family Pioneer Heritage
William and Lovina Memorial

Pictures to remember them by.



The claw foot table and rocking chair shown in this picture belonged to William and Lovina Morgan. These are wonderful, exquisite, antiques. Much more so than ordinary antiques because we know that Grandpa and Grandma Morgan actually sat in this rocking chair and used this table.


This old Torplex coal stove was moved by William Morgan from Neeley to the farm he bought in the Clark, Idaho area when he moved there in 1919. At some point he gave it to Kenneth and Mary Morgan who put it at the end of the hall in the upstairs of their house near Rigby, Idaho. It remained in the hall for many years, being used mostly on wash days in winter when Mary fired it up before she hung washing in the hallway to dry. It had a cracked firebox and was becoming somewhat deteriorated.

In about 2002 the old Torplex stove was given to Jay P Morgan who took it to a stove restoring business in Rigby, Idaho and had it restored. This picture was taken when the restoration was finished.

Marriage Certificate

The background for this picture was made from pictures of an old hand made quilt that Mary Morgan made soon after she married Kenneth Morgan in 1925. It was filled with raw, unprocessed wool batting with a variety of colored basket patterns hand stitched into it. Many pictures of the one small quilt were combined to produce this composite background. The picture on the wall of William and Lovina does not actually exist as you see it here. William and Lovina were "lifted" out of another photograph and combined into a picture of an oval frame to make this composite memorial picture.