Gen. John Hunt Morgan
Men Association, Inc.
Lexington, Kentucky, April 17, 1868
Association of the Descendants of the men who rode with Gen.
John Hunt Morgan, C.S.A.
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Men Association History
The Morgan's Men Association was formed originally at Lexington, Kentucky,
at the reinternment of Gen. John Hunt Morgan,
on April 17, 1868. After serving as the funeral escort for their
leader, the surviving members of Morgan's command met at the Phoenix Hotel
and created the association.
Commander-in-Chief: Ralph Widowski
1st Lt. Commander: John McGee
2nd Lt. Commander: Martin Sherrod
Treasurer: Jinny Widowski
Secretary: Sam Flora
Historian: Tim Massey
Chaplain: Morgan D. Silvers, DPM
Judge Advocate: R. Burl McCoy
Board Member: Ben Sewell
Board Member: Lucille Haney
Board Member: Jim Murphy
Board Member: Beverly Ramnes
There are two types of memberships available. Regular Membership is open
to all members of the family of Luther Morgan, the grandfather of Gen.
John Hunt Morgan, and to all descendants, both direct and collateral, of
those who served honorably in the Confederate States
Army in the command of Gen. Morgan. Associate
Membership is extended to all other persons who are interested in maintaining
Gen. Morgan's honored place in our nation's history. A special invitation
is made to the descendants of the Union soldiers who
fought against Morgan's Men. Just as the Union opponents were proud
of their adversary role, so will be their descendants. Membership is available
to all applicants, regardless of age. Only the associate and regular members
aged 16 years or older have the right to vote on Association matters.
The Morgan's Men Association, Inc. hosts an annual meeting or "reunion"
of the membership. This reunion is held in late August or early Setember. These reunions are held in different historical locations associated with Morgan's Command.
As a member of Morgan's Men, you will receive a beautiful 11" X 14" membership
certificate, hand lettered with your name and the name, rank, and regimental
affiliation of your ancestor. Associate members also receive a certificate proclaiming membership in the association.
Questions or more membership information can be obtained by U.S. Mail by writing:
Morgan's Men Association c/o
1691 Kilkenny Dr.
Lexington, KY 40505
or by email contact Sam Flora
By Morgan's Men of Yesterday and Today:
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