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James W. Morgan

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Morgan's Point

HQ Phone:  (281) 471-2171

Email: j***@***.com

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Morgan's Point

1415 E. Main Street

La Porte, Texas,77571

United States

Company Description

Morgan's Point, Texas, was founded by Colonel James Morgan, the owner of Morgan's Point Plantation. On April 18, 1836, Emily, a former slave of Colonel Morgan's, was helping to load a flatboat when Santa Anna's army arrived. Emily, a comely young woman, was ma...more

Background Information

Employment History

Global Talent Acquisition Director - Applications and Services Group

Microsoft Corporation


Software Developer

Etain Ltd


Associate Broker

The Equitable Real Estate Company


Information Technology

Intel Corporation


Affiliations

Maplin

Sales Advisor


Education

Bachelor of Arts

Communications


Master of Arts

Organizational Management


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Morgan's Point Cemetery Our founder, James Morgan is buried here. Marker Text: "One of the oldest cemeteries in continuous use in Harris County, this cemetery was founded by Colonel James Morgan, Texas revolutionary soldier. Located on land bought by Morgan in 1834, it was part of a family estate called ''The Orange Grove. The earliest marked grave here Is that of James Morgan's niece, Sarah P. Morgan Patrick, who died of smallpox on July 13, 1838. Morgan's wife, Cella Gordon Morgan, was buried in October 1840, a victim of tuberculosis. Colonel Morgan was buried here in March 1866. Colonel James Morgan Morgan's Point Cemetery Morgan's Point History


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Morgan's Point Cemetery Colonel James Morgan James Morgan, pioneer Texas settler, merchant, land speculator and Commander at Galveston during the Texas Revolution, was born in Philadelphia, Penn. On October 13, 1787, the son of James and Martha (Prudun) Morgan. Colonel James Morgan Morgan's Point Cemetery Morgan's Point History


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Morgan's Point Cemetery Colonel James Morgan Morgan's Point Cemetery Morgan's Point History


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Morgan's Point Cemetery James Morgan (1786-1866), who bought 1600 acres of land in the area in 1835. A native of Philadelphia, Morgan had come to Texas in 1830 and served at various times and places as merchant, civic leader, and land agent. While away from his home, serving as a colonel during the Texas Revolution, Mexican troops burned the town of New Washington. After the war, Morgan and others rebuilt New Washington, and the townsite began to flourish. Morgan realized, however, that it could never compete with the growth of nearby Houston, and during the 1850s he began to promote plans for a channel along Buffalo Bayou that would increase the region's trade potential. The peninsula on Galveston Bay known as Morgan's Point was named for early landowner Colonel James Morgan. Colonel James Morgan Morgan's Point Cemetery Morgan's Point History


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