Save The Date!! 110th Morgan Reunion! August 12, 2017
The 2017 Morgan Morgan Reunion will once again be held at Pricketts Fort, Near Fairmont, WV.
Morgan Morgan Descendants Reunion: The descendants of Colonel Morgan Morgan and his wife Catherine Garretson Morgan who live in the Marion County, West Virginia, region have been gathering annually for more than a century. They share a pride in their heritage and in the contributions of their ancestors to our nation.
The reunions have been held in various area locations over the years, including Bridgeport, Norwood Park, and Winfield. Often the family met at the Mt. Zion Church pavilion where so many prominent Morgan family members worshipped and where several who have since passed away lie in the nearby cemetery. The well-known and highly celebrated Mt. Zion Choir provided musical entertainment at the 1918 reunion held at Norwood Park.
In 2007, the reunion celebrated its 100th anniversary and began a new
tradition of meeting at Prickett’s Fort State Park. The festivities of
the day were attended by 600 people, nearly 400 who were actual Morgan
descendants coming from 28 states, the
Throughout the years, the Welsh tradition of song has been an important part of the reunions as well as the sharing of the history of the Morgan’s important presence when our nation was young. French Morgan, noted Morgan family historian, delivered an address about Colonel Morgan at the 1935 reunion at Mt. Zion.
A visit by representatives of the 201st Army
National Guard, started in 1735 by Colonel Morgan, is a regular event at
the reunion. Music, theatrical portrayals, military history, genealogy
sharing and community recognition have made the Morgan Morgan Reunion a
The reunion is held each year on the second Saturday in August. Join us for the 110th Morgan Reunion at Prickett’s Fort State Park on August 12, 2017!
Note About The history of the Morgan reunions: Reunions were not held each year, but when it was discovered that 2007 would be the 100th, that's when we changed the format & went "all out" to make it an historic event. From the covered-dish dish dinners at a community center (before the 100th) to a Prickett's Fort setting with 600 people, special music and speakers, an historically accurate catered dinner, displays--all of these features are part of #100 through this years, and hopefully into the future.
Our Morgan Reunion Committee in the Summer of 2008
|Click here to view a PDF File of an article printed in the Fairmont, WV
Times-WV newspaper about the 100th Reunion.
Click Here to a PDF File view the 2009 Reunion Program
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