Celia Frary Morgan
Celia Frary Morgan was a schoolteacher and assistant to Principal John Trask in the Morris City School System of Grundy County, Illinois. She married Richard S. Morgan (d. 1865) of Chicago, Ill. on August 8, 1863 in Grundy County. The couple had a baby daughter who died in early childhood.
Material in the Special Collections Research Center
- Celia Frary Morgan in the SCRC database.
- Seller information and papers.
- Crafts, James Monroe and Josiah Howard Temple. History of the Town of Whately, Mass, 1661-1899. Orange, MA: D. L. Crandall, 1899.
- History of Grundy County, Illinois. Chicago: O. L. Baskin & Co., Historical Publishers, 1882.
- Selby, Paul and Newton Bateman. Historical Encyclopedia of Illinois, Volume 2. Chicago: Monsell Publishing Co., 1914.
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