(Born: 1810 - Died: June 3,
xxxx. Married Lyttleton F. Morgan. (born 1813, died 1895), a minister
of the Methodist Episcopal Church. According to The Baltimore Century
Plant: History of Eutaw Street Methodist Episcopal Church and the
Relation of Eutaw Church to the Downtown Problem (May 1908), Rev.
Morgan was "pre-eminently a 'station-preacher' " and that "He enjoyed
the special distinction of having occupied the pulpit of every
prominent church in the Baltimore Conference" (p. 76). Morgan State
College, in Baltimore, was formerly the Centenary Biblical Institute,
but was renamed in his honor in 1890.
her birth year and death date are listed in The Twenty-Seventh Annual Catalogue of
Goucher College, Baltimore: Goucher College, April 1915 (p. 21).
She died in Baltimore, MD.
Her published books are:
Swiss heiress, or, The
bride of destiny : a tale (Baltimore: J. Robinson, 1836)
The Polish orphan, or,
Vicissitudes : a tale (Baltimore: Armstrong and Berry, 1838)
The Haunting Shadow
(Baltimore: Cushing, 1848)
Poems by Mrs. Lyttleton
F. Morgan, with a Memoir by her Husband. (Baltimore: D. H.
Carroll, 1888). (There is a copy of this very scarce item at
Peabody Library, Baltimore)