Catherine (Fowler) Morgan

Catherine (Fowler) Morgan

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Catherine R. Morgan formerly Fowler
Born 1950's.
Account confirmed 6 April 2012 | Catherine's 2210 contributions | 8 thank-yous received
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On February 20, 2014 Larry Stumpp wrote:

Catherine, I'm contacting you as Profile Manager re Daniel Ruble, my great-great grandfather. I am definitely a "newby" here and need your assistance. Thanks, Larry Stumpp


On March 25, 2013 Frank King wrote:

Very Interesting My grandmother was Effie and Fred McArthur's daughter Effie. She always told me we were related to General McArthur and when I helped clean out her house she had a framed picture of him hanging in the house. I have quite a lot of info on the Linn County McArthur's including the fact that John McArthur the second I guess he would be was a state senator here and he was also a surveyor who set out the county boundaries for what he called Vinton county which has since been re named Benton County. I guess the city of Palo honored him at their centennial a number of years back. I am looking for a picture of him thay had published. Where do you live? I am very interested in the Canady/McArthur connection and the divorce of Robert from Elizabeth and his remarriage to Kate Winnie


On March 25, 2013 Frank King wrote:

How are we related? Robert Wesley Canady was my great great grandfather. He was married to Elizabeth Smith Canady from 1860 to 1900.He died in Linn County Iowa in 1911


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