Date of Death: 27 Jan 1910
Subject: Sarah A. (Jones) Morgan
Source: Savannah Reporter, 4 Feb 1910

Sarah A. Morgan, wife of J. W. Morgan, died at her home three miles east of Savannah, Jan. 27, 1910, after an illness of six weeks duration. She was born in Kentucky, March 6 1836, and was married to J. W. Morgan March 16, 1852, and with him came to Missouri in 1881. Eight children were born to them, six of whom together with the aged husband survive her and are as follows: J. P., C. F., W. M., and G. E., Mrs. Lissie Swink and Mrs. John Glasgow, all of Andrew county. Had she lived until March 16 she would have been married 58 years. Converted when quite young, she became a member of the Methodist church of which she was a member at the time her death. Her life was one of faithfulness to her convictions, true in her relations as wife and mother and constant as a friend and neighbor, hence leaving a record of a life worthy spent. Funeral services were held Jan. 29, 1910, at Long Branch church, conducted by Rev. W. L. Scarborough and the body laid to rest in the cemetery near by.