Mary, I can't help but wonder if you might be thinking of my father, Keith Morgan, second great grandson of Col. Benjamin Morgan & Martha Castleman of Hill & Dale.He has been researching the Morgans for about 30 years and has visited your archives and corresponded with you throughout that time; in recent years, I have accompanied him, though we missed our annual May trip this year.
If so, we are working with Marty Hiatt, an excellent genealogist in your area who is sorting out the various Morgan land deeds & taxes for us.If you are not posting on behalf of Marty (or if it's not my father that you're thinking of), I have copies of his old correspondence dating back to about 1998, when he was in touch via e-mail with several others who were interested in the Morgans of Clarke County.I'm not sure the notes would help; we've been unsuccessful in keeping up with the writers during those years when people changed e-mail addresses so frequently, but I'm willing to give it a shot.
Anyhow, if this clears anything up -- or if you think you might recognize the name of one of his correspondents, let me know and I'll see if I can help.My father, now 82, is still working on this project, but has a progressive condition in his hands that has made it increasingly difficult for him to type on the computer.He has maintained his copious notes, however, most of which I have decoded and sorted out.Additionally, I have begun posting the tree for the Hill & Dale Morgans on Ancestry.com, and Ms. Hiatt has successfully filled in some enormous holes for us in recent months, helping to create a much clearer picture of this Morgan line.
Incidentally, kudos on the work you've done on the CCHA archives.
Perri Morgan 3rd great grand-daughter of Col. Benjamin Morgan of Hill & Dale