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From: "Chris & Tom Tinney, Sr." <>
Subject: Re: Royal Descent of Americans & J. Pierpont Morgan
Date: Fri, 21 Jul 2000 09:42:22 -0700
A PRELIMINARY REPORT:
"A family legacy
The tradition and values that define J.P. Morgan
today were forged by three generations of
Morgans, who built a family banking dynasty that
was passed from father to son for over a century.
Junius S. Morgan, an American businessman,
[Junius Spencer Morgan (1813-90)]
established the Morgan name in the world's
financial markets during his three decades as
a merchant banker in Victorian London.
J. Pierpont Morgan inherited his father's
business in 1890 and consolidated the firm's
European and American interests."
"As evidence and reference material here,
I submit the life and works of J.P. Morgan.
His story is available in several attractive
versions, which should be the starting points
for conversations about what's next for the
Internet. Jean Strouse's authoritative biography,
Morgan, is about to appear in paperback.
The House of Morgan by Ron Chernow,
who also wrote last year's biography of
John D. Rockefeller, Titan, is still in print.
. . . Audible.com offers a recorded
version of The Great Pierpont Morgan,
by Frederick Lewis Allen, which was
published 50 years ago but seems entirely
fresh in language and insight."
"MORGAN, Junius Spencer
Birth : 14 Apr 1813
Death : 8 Apr 1890"
John Pierpont MORGAN (1837-1913),
banker and financier, founder of J. P. Morgan & Co.
in 1895, founder of U. S. Steel Corp. in 1901,
and collector of art and rare books, married first
Amelia STURGES, and second
Frances Louisa TRACY.
Junius Spencer MORGAN (1813-1890)
and Juliet PIERPONT (b. 1816)
[Morgan, Junius Spencer (1813-90), U.S. financier
and philanthropist, born in West Springfield,
now Holyoke, Mass.; father of J.P. Morgan
Joseph MORGAN (1780-1847)
and Sarah 'Sally' SPENCER (1787-1859) [see below]
Joseph MORGAN (1736-1813)
and Experience SMITH (1741-1821)
David SMITH (1699-1753)
and Experience CHAPIN (1702-1783)
Samuel CHAPIN (1665-1729)
and Hannah SHELDON (b. 1670)
Japhet CHAPIN (1642-1712)
and Abilenah COOLEY (1642-1710)
Samuel CHAPIN (1598-1675)
and Cicely PENNY (1602-1683)
["Samuel - bap. Oct. 8, 1598, Church of St. John
the Baptist, Paignton, Devonshire, England;
d. Nov. 11, 1675, Springfield, MA; SON of
John CHAPIN - bap. Sep. 27, 1566, Totnes,
Devonshire, England; bur. Jun. 3, 1600,
Paignton, Devonshire, England."]
Tom Tinney, Sr.
Who's Who in America, Millennium Edition [54th]
Who's Who In The West, 1998/1999
Who's Who In Genealogy and Heraldry, [both editions]
"D. Spencer Hines" wrote:
> Does J. P. Morgan link to this Edward Morgan?
> General Morgan, of Morgan's Raiders?
> Thank you.
> D. Spencer Hines
> Lux et Veritas et Libertas
> "Populus vult decipi, ergo decipiatur. Odi profanum vulgus et arceo."
> Quintus Aurelius Stultus [33 B.C. - 42 A.D.]
> All replies to the newsgroup please. Thank you.
> All original material contained herein is copyright and property of the
> author. It may be quoted only in discussions on this forum and with an
> attribution to the author, unless permission is otherwise expressly
> given, in writing.
> "Stewart Baldwin" <> wrote in message
> | On 20 Jul 2000 13:43:45 -0700, (Steven C.
> | Perkins) wrote:
> | >Stewart:
> | >
> | >I believe you are working on the Edward Morgan family ancestral to
> | >Daniel Boone. Have you finished that work yet? I am very
> | >interested in reading your analysis.
> | >
> | >Sincerely,
> | >
> | >Steven C. Perkins
> | The article was finished in April, and submitted to "The Genealogist",
> | which has accepted it for publication. It will be divided into
> | several parts (because it is long), the first of which will probably
> | appear next year. The only part relevant to this newsgroup will be a
> | paragraph explaining why the alleged royal descent is false, something
> | which I already posted to this newsgroup in more detail. The rest of
> | the article will consist of three generations of descendants of Edward
> | Morgan (whose parentage remains unknown) and a very brief discussion
> | of the probable parentage of his wife. If anybody has questions about
> | these (obviously off-topic for the newsgroup), e-mail me privately and
> | I will try to answer any questions.
> | Stewart Baldwin
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