Harry Morgan

Harry Morgan (1894 -1967) was born in Yorkley. He spent all of his working life working at Princess Royal. He married Millicent Morse in 1923. He was at times both chairman and treasurer of the Bream FDMA lodge, a member of the Pit Committee and the Miners’ Welfare Association District Committee.  Morgan was a West Dean Parish Councillor, chairman of Lydney Hospital Contributory Groups Committee, a well-known St. John Ambulance worker, and an official of the Baptist Church, Parkend. He was Co-chairman of the Forest of Dean Coal Production Committee during World War Two. In 1947 he was Support Economy Officer at the Princess Royal Colliery and was awarded the British Empire Medal.[1]

[1] Gloucester Citizen 12 June 1947.

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