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Morgan Family Pioneer Heritage

Our ancestors were primarily farmers and laborers. But sometimes they were involved in businesses


This shoe shop was in Ririe, Idaho and was owned by James Curtis Sweet, second husband of Effie Ross Workman. James Sweet is sitting behind the counter.


In the picture above are, left, Effie Ross Workman Sweet, James Curtis Sweet, and perhaps Jack Spracher. Effie Ross was a daughter of Melvin and Mary Ellen Haddon Ross, two important members of our Morgan/Radford Clan.