Obit-Morgan,ASM-11 Mar 1914
A.S.M.Morgan, Soldier and Banker.Dies W as Former President of Two Banks, Civil War Veteran, and Early Coke Maker. keeper and paymaster at the Allegheny Arsenal in Butler street and I'enn avenue avenue and he remained in these official positions positions until 1893, when he resigned to look after banking interests. Col. Morgan was practically the founder of the Pennsylvania National Bank and was elected president of that institution when it began business in 1S!W He helped to organize the Pennsylvania Savings Bank and was elected its president in l!lo. He retired from the presidency o." the banks and from active business life about eiKht years ago. His hon. ieorge N. Morgan, is cashier of the Penns.vl-vania Penns.vl-vania Penns.vl-vania National Bank and a director in it and also in the savings institution of the same name. Besides his son, Col. Morgan leaves two daughters, Mrs. W. Henry Singer, Jr., and Mrs. Joseph B. Shea. .Col. Algernon Sidney Mountain Morgan, aged Ki. one of the founders and former president of the Pennsylvania National Bank and the Pennsylvania Savings Bank, a veteran of the Civil War and for many years a prominent and active figure in the business and financial life or Pittsburgh, died yesterday afternoon in his home in Richland lane. Col. Morgan Morgan had been in failing health since the rVath of his wife, about a year ago. Notwithstanding, his death was a surprise surprise to his many friends. Col. Morgan was born in Canonsburg. Pa.. May !, 1S31. and when he was a year old the family moved to Pittsburgh, which was the home of the colonel ever since. He received his early education in a private school and later was a pupil in Bayard's Academy, which stood on a t.ortioii of the property now used as the Allegheny Cemetery. He attended the "a i (ar Typical Informa- Informa- "