Hi. I'm not related to this family.Here is a baptismal record for your g-grandmother from the Quebec, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967:
Mary Prudentia Morgan, b. 5 Nov, bap. 11 Nov 1894 Ste-Brigitte-de-Laval, Mortmorency County, Quebec, daughter of James Morgan, farmer, and Margaret Charters of St-Dunstan of Lac Beauport. -godparents- Nicholas Flemming & Mary Ann Flemming
This is probably the family in 1901:
1901 Census of Canada about Mary P Morgan
Name: Mary P Morgan
Marital Status: Single
Birth Day & Month: 22 Nov
Birth Year: 1894
Relation to Head of House: Daughter
Father's Name: James Morgan
Racial or Tribal Origin: Irish
Religion: Roman Catholic
District: Québec (county/comté)
District Number: 185
Sub-District Number: G-1
James Morgan 50b. 1 Jun 1840 Que; Farmer
Mary Ellen Morgan28 -dau- b. 30 Aug 1872 Que.
Margaret A Morgan23 -dau- b. 22 Apr 1877 Que.
James P Morgan 17 -son- b. 22 Feb 1884 Que.
Emily A Morgan15 -dau- b. 22 Dec 1886 Que.
Jane Morgan 12 -dau- b. 4 Jun 1888 Que.
John Morgan 9 -son- b. 5 Aug 1891 Que.
Mary P Morgan 6 -dau- b. 22 Nov 1894 Que. **
Margaret Morgan47 -wife- b. 7 Sep 1853 Que.
Their eldest daughter (in the census) was born in St-Roch:
Mary Elner [sic] Morgan, b. 30 Aug 1872 Québec (St-Roch), daughter of James Morgan & Margaret Charters -godparents- Henry Morgan & Amy Dhea, daughter of Daniel Dhea.
Here is the family in 1881:
1881 Census of Canada about Mary Ellen Morgan
Name: Mary Ellen Morgan
Birth Year: 1872
District Number: 80
Sub-District Number: C
Subdistrict: Beauport Lac
James Morgan 29b. 1852 Que.; farmer
Margret Morgan 27 -wife- b. 1854 Que.
Mary Ellen Morgan9b. 1872 Que.
William Morgan 7b. 1874 Que.
Margeret Ann Morgan 3b. 1878 Que.
Lizebeth Morgan10/12 mon. b. 1880 Que.
Here is a marriage for the parents:
James Morgan (James Morgan & Elizabeth Carrieade of Lac Beauport, professing the Religion "Anglicane")
m. 22 Aug 1871 Québec (St-Roch)
Margaret Charters (John Charters & Catherine Meyan, professing the Religion "Romaine")
Present: Henry Meyhan, uncle of the bride
So, it looks like neither side of the family was Roman Catholic at the time, which may make it harder to trace their ancestry.
However, this appears to the marriage of James' parents:
James Morgan, of the Parish of Beauport, County of Quebec, Farmer Bachelor, was married by Licence to Elizabeth Kilcade, late of Greenockin, Scotland, Spinster, this 22nd day of August in 1831.Present: William Brown & William Morgan ~Québec (Anglican) (Québec (Anglican Cathedral Holy Trinity church))
Unfortunately, no parents are listed. Here is the family in 1851:
1851 Census of Canada East, Canada West, New Brunswick, and Nova Scotia about James Morgan
Name: James Morgan
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1798
Province: Canada East (Quebec)
District: Québec County
District Number: 22
Sub-District: St Dunstan
Sub-District Number: 299
James Morgan 54b. 1798 Ireland; farmer; Catholic
Elizabeth Cincad -wife- b. 1815 Scotland; Presbyterian
Henry Morgan20b. 1832 Que.
James Morgan4b. 1848 Que. **
Flora Morgan15b. 1837 Que.
Mary Morgan14b. 1838 Que.
Elizabeth Morgan 12b. 1840 Que.
Margarette Morgan 10 b. 1842 Que.
Catherine Morgan8b. 1844 Que.
Charlotte Morgan5b. 1847 Que.
Their eldest child was baptized in the Catholic Church:
Henry Morgan, b. 23 Oct 1832 Québec (Notre-Dame), son of James Morgan & Elizabeth Kinkade. -godparents- James McGoughegan & Margaret Doyle
As was Flora:
Flora Anna Morgan, b. 11 Aug 1835 Québec (Notre-Dame), daughter of James Morgan & Elizabeth Kinkade -godparents- Matthew Morgan & Mary Kelly
Mary Morgan, b. 26 Jul 1837 Québec (Notre-Dame), daughter of James Morgan & Elizabeth Kinkate -godparents- William Morgan & Catherine Sheridan
Charlotte Morgan, of Lac Beauport, b. 25 Feb, bap 11 Jul 1846 Québec (Notre-Dame), daughter of James Morgan & Elizabeth Kenkade.-godparents- Marguerite Drapeau
James was baptized in Ste-Brigitte-de-Laval :
James Morgan, b. 10 Jul 1848, bap. 7 Jun 1849 Ste-Brigitte-de-Laval, Montmorency County, Quebec, son of James Morgan & Elizabeth Kincade of St-Dunstan of Lac Beauport. -godparents-Henry Morgan & Margaret Morgan
Their father, James Morgan, died in 1859:
James Morgan, of St-Dunstan of Lac Beauport, died by accident by "la chute d'une arbre" 11 Jul, bur 24 Jul 1859 Ste-Brigitte-de-Laval, age 60 years, husband of Elizabeth Kincade.Present: Joseph Pepin & Alexis Poulin.
Translated literally "la chute d'une arbre" means "the fall of a shaft".So, perhaps he was killed by a falling tree or something like that.The record also stated that the family had to wait for a coroner's certificate which is probably why the burial took so long to take place.
Hope this helps.Annie