Mary E. (Clark) Morgan is buried in an unmarked grave in the
south half of Salem Cemetery Lot No. 9/11. She probably is
buried next to her husband, Elijah S. Morgan, whose grave is
marked by a Confederate States of America service marker.
His is the only marked grave on the lot. Salem Cemetery records
show that the north half of this lot was owned by Louisa Clark, but
there are no marked graves on this half of the lot. The following
information is from early Lucas County death records.
Name: Morgan, Mary E.
Date of birth: Dec. 10, 1852
Age at death: 64 Yrs., 6 Mos., 1 Dys.
Marital status: Married
Father's name and nativity: William Clark, Pennsylvania
Mother's name and nativity: (blank)
Occupation: House Wife
Informant: Mrs. Fannie Moore
Date of death: June 11, 1917
Cause of death: Valvular disease of heart and chronic nephritis.
Attending physician: T.P. Stanton
Date of last visit: July 2, 1917
Plase of burial: Salem Cemetery
Date of burial: June 13, 1917
Undertaker: Sam Beardsley
Note: It is impossible to cite early Lucas County death records
precisely because pages were laminated, trimmed and rebound
at some point.