Elizabeth Roberts1

Family Background:
Underwood and Allied Families
     Elizabeth Roberts of Montgomery, married William Morgan, son of Edward Morgan and Elizabeth (—?—) (Morgan), 27 8m 1713 (27 October 1713) at Gwynedd Meeting House, Haverford Monthly Meeting, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.1,2
     She was probably the daughter of Robert Griffith. Based on the will of Robert's sister Catherine Griffith who called the children of William Morgan her nieces, Elizabeth Roberts, William's first wife and the mother of those children, was probably the daughter of Robert Griffith. However, relationships in old records are not always as stated, and the aforementioned children were the nieces of Catherine's daughter-in-law, Elizabeth Morgan. Nevertheless, every other person called "niece" or "nephew" in the will is identified by the correct relationship.

Children of Elizabeth Roberts and William Morgan


  1. [S367] Stuart Baldwin, online <http://sbaldw.home.mindspring.com/e_morgan.htm>, Stuart Baldwin (unknown location), downloaded 2004.
  2. [S356] Howard Malcolm Jenkins, Historical collections relating to Gwynedd, a township of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, settled, 1696, by immigrants from Wales, with some data referring to the adjoining township, of Montgomery, also settled by Welsh (Philadelphia: Howard Malcolm Jenkins, 1897), Chapter 12, online. <http://www.gwyneddfriends.org/jenkinschapter12.htm