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Mrs. Henrietta H. Morgan. [from the Louisville, Ky., courier Journal, September 9, 1891.] Death of a mother of soldiers. The death of Mrs. Henrietta H. Morgan, of Lexington, which occurred in that city on Monday, September 7, 1891, removes from life a woman who, while not having an eventful career, as the world goes, never
te to accumulate a fortune of one million dollars. At his death he left a large estate to be divided among a large family.
Mr. A. D. Hunt, formerly a banker in Louisville, but later of New Orleans; Colonel Thomas H. Hunt, once a leading merchant here; Dr. Robert Hunt, formerly of Louisville, but later of New Orleans, and Frank K.Louisville, but later of New Orleans, and Frank K. Hunt, of Lexington, were her brothers.
Mrs. Hanna, of Frankfort; Mrs. Strother, of St. Louis; Mrs. Reynolds, of Frankfort, were her sisters.
The latter was the mother of J. W. Hunt Reynolds, the once noted turfman and horse owner.
Her children numbered six sons and two daughters.
One of the daughters was the wife of General