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erly. After he had settled in Springfield he
sent word to her and proposed marriage. She
accepted the offer, and the young man, with
two friends and an Indian guide leading pack
horses, marched across Massachusetts from
the Connecticut river to the "land of the peo-
ple of the east,'' where the two young people
were married. After the marriage the house-
hold goods of the young couple were laden on
the packhorses, and the bride, on foot,
tramped back to Springfield, one hundred and
twenty miles, escorted by the bridegroom and
his friends. She died January 14. 1660. Is-
sue: I. Mary Morgan, born February 4,
1644; married Edmund Pryngrydays. 2.
Jonathan Morgan, born November 16, 1646,



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died 1714; married Sarah Cooley. 3. David
Morgan, born September 23, 1648, died May
30, 1731; married Mary, daughter of John
and Mary Clark. 4. Pelatiah Morgan, born
July 7, 1650, killed by Indians in 1676. 5.
Isaac Morgan, born May 12, 1652, died be-
tween 1706 and 1708; married Abigail, daugh-
ter of Samuel Gardner of Hadley, Massachu-
setts. 6. Liddia Morgan, born April 8, 1653 ;
married John Pierce. 7. Hannah Morgan,
born April 11, 1655,



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