The entry for John Morgan in the Early Mormon Missionaries database is deceptively simple since it does not capture any details of his service, including the fact that he served as mission president for many years. It does, however, show that he was set apart each time he headed from Utah Territory back to the South.
Here is a summary of the resources on John Morgan:
Here is a list of the presidents of the Southern States Mission:
Here is a summary of John Morgan's time as president of the Southern States Mission, as captured in the Southern Star:
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John Morgan was set apart October 11, 1875 by Joseph Young.
|Joseph Young (1797–1881), President of the Seventy.|
|Orson Pratt (1843–1881), Apostle.|
|George Q. Cannon (1827–1901), First Counselor in the First Presidency.|
He was set apart January 4, 1890 by unknown; information not complete in this entry.
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His entry shows his parents as Gerrard Morgan and Ann E Hamilton.
|Garrard Morgan (1806–1889).|
|Eliza Ann Hamilton Morgan (1815–1901).|
John Morgan was born August 8, 1842 in Greensburg, Decatur, Indiana, and baptized November 24, 1868 by Robert L. Campbell. Summary of resources on Robert L. Campbell.
|Robert Lang Campbell (1825–1874), Territorial Superintendant of Schools. |
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