Name: Charles Morgan
Birth: 15 JUN 1636 in St. Giles Cripplegate, London, England
Death: 1720 in Glamorganshire, Wales
Burial: 1720 St. Mellon's Church, Llanrhymney, Glamorgan, Wales
Note: The Morgans are from Llanrhymny, their farm was built around 1670, according to "The Genealogies of Glamorganshire" by George T. Clark. The farm and buildings existed until the early 1900's and are now covered by the Llanrhymny section of Cardiff.
Note: The Chapel at the farm is still standing but abandoned. Family gravesites are at St. Mellon's Church.
Note: Charles' brother, Captain Sir Henry Morgan, became Governor of Jamaca. He has been described as the "most famous of the adventurers who plundered Spain's Caribbean colonies during the late 17th century. Operating with the unofficial support of
Note: the English government, he undermined Spanish authority in the West Indies."
Father: John Morgan b: 1596 in Tredegar, Monmouth, Wales
Mother: Rebeccah Smith b: 1593
Susan b: ABT 1636
- John Morgan b: AFT 1680 in Wales
- Rachael Morgan b: 1682 in Wales
- Charles Morgan b: 1686 in Wales
- Morgan Morgan b: 1 NOV 1688 in Glamorganshire, Wales
- Zackquill Morgan b: 1690 in Wales
- Evan Morgan b: 1691