Family members gather for the 40th Morgan clan reunion in 1954, held at that time on Blue Ridge Road outside of Raleigh. The family will hold its 100th straight reunion on Sunday at a Baptist church between Dunn and Newton Grove. Shown from left to right are Jeronie Lee, Harold Morgan, P. Lastus Morgan, Perry Morgan, Ethel Marshburn and Jada Morgan.
Family members gather for the 40th Morgan clan reunion in 1954, held at that time on Blue Ridge Road outside of Raleigh. The family will hold its 100th straight reunion on Sunday at a Baptist church between Dunn and Newton Grove. Shown from left to right are Jeronie Lee, Harold Morgan, P. Lastus Morgan, Perry Morgan, Ethel Marshburn and Jada Morgan. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO
Family members gather for the 40th Morgan clan reunion in 1954, held at that time on Blue Ridge Road outside of Raleigh. The family will hold its 100th straight reunion on Sunday at a Baptist church between Dunn and Newton Grove. Shown from left to right are Jeronie Lee, Harold Morgan, P. Lastus Morgan, Perry Morgan, Ethel Marshburn and Jada Morgan. NEWS & OBSERVER FILE PHOTO

An NC family began a tradition in 1914 and never skipped a reunion in 100 years

October 03, 2014 06:41 PM

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