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Morgan Family Pioneer Heritage
Thomas/Ann/Nancy Jane Morgan Memorial

A picture commemorating Thomas Morgan and his wives and the great accomplishment of bringing us all to America.


This picture acknowledges the English heritage and origin of our Morgan Family, memorializes the marriages of Thomas Morgan to Ann Watkins and Nancy Jane Radford (the two wives with whom he had children), and celebrates the move of our Morgan Family from England to America.

This memorial picture uses generic family crest materials from England for the Morgan and Watkins family to symbolize our English Roots. I have added to it designs of my own to include Thomas's wife Nancy Jane Radford Morgan and to clarify the latin mottos into English. In addition, I have added a wooden sailing ship to symbolize the dangerous journey to America on a wooden sailing ship, a Mormon handcart to symbolize the great journey across the plains of America to reach Utah, and a log cabin to symbolize the pioneering spirit and homesteading of harsh, forbidding lands and building new communities in the hard and unforgiving lands of the West.