Date of Death: 14 Apr 1915
Subject: J. P. Morgan
Source: Savannah Reporter, 16 Apr 1915
J. P. Morgan, who has lived east of Savannah for several years, had been ailing since February with heart trouble, and Wednesday afternoon about 1 o'clock, he started to the barn to hitch up the team to come to town for medical aid and fell to the ground unconscious in the path. Mrs. Morgan telephoned Dr Myers but life had passed before she had finished telephoning. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon at Long Branch by Rev. A. R. Hunt. Besides his wife and three small children, he leaves several brothers and sisters including Mrs. Swink and Mrs. John Glasgow of Savannah. Mr. Morgan was a well respected man with a kindly happy disposition. He was born in Scott county, Kentucky and was fifty-nine years, five months and twenty-seven days old.