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Encyclopedia > Ephraim F. Morgan
Ephraim F. Morgan
Ephraim F. Morgan

In office
1921 – 1925
Preceded by John J. Cornwell
Succeeded by Howard M. Gore

Born January 16, 1869
Forksburg, WV
Died January 15, 1950
Bethesda, MD
Political party Republican
Profession Politician
Preceded by:
John J. Cornwell
Governor of West Virginia
1921–1925
Succeeded by:
Howard M. Gore

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1862 (4793 words)
Morgan was able to recruit enough men at Chattanooga to form a new cavalry regiment – the 2nd Kentucky Cavalry – which consisted of men from Kentucky, Texas, Mississippi, and Alabama.
Morgan extended an invitation to the Tennesseans to visit their camp, where they were greeted with an enthusiastic reception.
Morgan established his headquarters at his ancestral home of "Hopemont", and was presented with a fine new Kentucky charger by a local breeder.
F. H. Nash (775 words)
F. Nash removed to Van Buren, Arkansas, in 1853, having completed his education, and in August of the same year removed to Fort Gibson, of which city he is now the oldest white inhabitant.
His sons, F. H., Jr., and L. R., are both members of the blue lodge, and the latter is a member of the Scottish Rite, the thirty-second degree in the order.
The Morgans were relatives of the famous Morgan family of Kentucky.
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