Mary Morgan

Mary Morgan may refer to: * Jaye P. Morgan or Mary Margaret Morgan (born 1931), American retired popular music singer, actress and game show panelist * Margaret Mary Morgan (died 1946), U.S. suffragist and the first woman elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, ca. 1921 * Mary de Morgan (1850–1907), British author of fairytales * Mary Morgan (infanticide) (1788–1805), Welsh servant convicted for killing her newborn child * Mary C. Morgan, judge of the San Francisco County Superior Court and the first openly lesbian judge appointed in the United States * Mary "Rae" Morgan, convicted of the manslaughter of her step-daughter Michele LeAnn Morgan * Mary Sherman Morgan (1921–2004), American rocket fuel scientist * Mary S. Morgan (born 1952), professor of the history of economics in the London School of Economics * Roberta Wohlstetter or Roberta Mary Morgan (1912–2007), American military intelligence historian * Mary DeNeale Morgan (1868–1948), American painter Provided by Wikipedia

by Morgan, Mary
Published 1795
printed for John Stockdale, in Piccadilly

by Morgan, Mary
Published 1987
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