Please note he is buried with his last wife, "Bessie".
It is a significant exchange in my search for Sarah Jane Carter Morgan Argo's mother, Henrietta Link. Having located a marriage record on Ancestry.com for Henrietta Link and "Carter" in Abbeville, SC. I used her name and the location of this marriage to locate this excerpt on Rootsweb that...
Boyds (Charles E. Boyd, The Devil's Den: A History of the 44th Alabama Volunteer Infantry Regiment) has this listing for James M. Morgan: "MORGAN, James M. (enlisted, aged 30; wounded, Darbytown Road" See http://history-sites.com/~kjones/44cmstr.html for the listing.
See http://www.history.com/this-day-in-history/battle-of-darbytown-road-johnsons-farm for an account of the battle.
Cousin: Alonza Carter
El Campo, TX
Madisonville on Tchepuncta River
Mandeville (boat) thru Lake Ponchatrain to New Orleans
Train East to Anniston, AL
Church organized in 1842
Named after nearby Indian villiage
Family left for Texas in Dec. 1869
F.P. 10 yrs old
Mother, stepfather and 5 other children
History of the Missionary Baptist Church
History of Alexander City
Louisiana – Mississippi – Alabama
Husband: JOSEPH KNIGHTON
Born: 1808/1810 S.C.
Parents: THOMAS KNIGHTON b:1790 VA
Henry County }
This swap of land on November 11,1874 between Elizabeth Rawls & Martha Fentress of County and State aforesaid and W.L. Weems for R.B. Lingo of _____________ County and _____________ State.
The S1/2 of NW1/4 of SW1/4 except five acres off of the east?end of said fraction and fifteen acres off of the NW1/4 corner of SW1/4 of SW1/4 lying due S of the first described fraction Section 8 also two acres more or less lying due west and between the described land and the Eufaula & Daleville Rd Section...
07/20: Another Moses Knighton
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Randolph Co. Probate
RANDOLPH COUNTY, GEORGIA
1844 - 1849
Moses Knighton & Mary Little - 1/31/1847
Joseph H. Knighton & Celeyfmelin Johnson - 7/16/1846
John W. Martin & Myran H. Knighton - 4/19/1846
Ishame Fuller & Jane Knighton - 12/20/1844
Georgia Randolph County. I do solemnly swear that Timothy D. Rawls deceased died intestate. So far as I know or believe and that I will well and truly administer on all the estate of said deceased and disburse the same as the law requires and discharge to the best of my ability all my duties