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Members of the MORLAN Family who
had SPECIAL OCCUPATIONS

(Non-farm, non-governmental and non-military)

Owned Flour Mill (1)
 1  RICHARD MORLAN Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania
He also manufactured linseed oil
M401 4th generation

Judge (1)
 1  THOMAS FELL England
He was a circuit judge and a member of Parliament
M1002 10th generation

Merchant (4)
 1  GEORGE E. MORLAN Kansas City, Missouri
Owned dry cleaning shop
See: GRANDPARENTS - GEO & LYDA MORLAN
M201 2nd generation
2 ERWIN CHAMBERLIN MORLAN Dublin, Missouri
He was also Postmaster
See: GREAT-GRANDPARENTS - EC & AMANDA MORLAN
M301 3rd generation
3 J0HNSON KELLEY Taylor County, West Virginia
Shoe and bootmaker
M504 5th generation
4 RICHARD MEADE Buckinghamshire, England
Member of Merchant Taylor's Company
M1001 10th generation

Minister (Part or Full Time) (5)
 1  STEPHEN MORLAN Virginia - Quaker
Overseer for Goose Creek Monthly Meeting House in 1786 -
also their minister - died while on a religious journey in 1809
M501 5th generation
 2  RICHARD FRENCH New Jersey - Quaker
Overseer for their monthly meeting house;
in 1725 he traveled the area as a minister of the Quaker faith
M702 7th generation
 3  THOMAS FRENCH New Jersey - Quaker M802 8th generation
 4  MATHEW MEADE Church of England
A prominent clergyman in the Church of England -
in 1662 he was rejected from his charge for non-conforming views
in 1682 he was implicated in the Rye House Conspiracy and imprisoned but later released by the King
M904 9th generation
 5  MARGARET (ASKEW) FELL England - Quaker
Called the "Mother of Quakerism"
See: MOTHER OF QUAKERISM
M905 9th generation

Potter (1)
 1  ROBERT W. CURRY Barton County, Missouri M402 4th generation

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