I believe Ralph Morgan was the son of Julius Neal Morgan and Bessie I.
Steel and I believe that Julius Neal Morgan was the son of Abram and
Name: Ralph Morgan
Date of Birth: 1 Jul 1932
Birth County: Rowan
Father's Name: J Neal Morgan
Mother's Name: Bessie I Steel
Roll Number: B_C085_66001
J. Neal Morgan and Sarah D. Barnes had a child on 18 April 1921.
J. Neal Morgan and a Sallie D. Barnes (probably the same person as
Sarah D. Barnes) had a child on 5 Nov 1924 Rowan County
J. Neal Morgan and Sallie D. Barnes had son Charles Edward Morgan on
28 Oct 1929 Rowan County
In 1930 Julius N. Morgan,42,[born about 1888] farmer was living in
Unity, Rowan County, with wife Sallie D 41 and the following children
Francis (daughter), 20
Julius P., 5
Charles E., 8/12
The entire family, according to the 1930 census was born in NC and so
were their parents
Sallie or Sarah must have been the first wife
J.N. Morgan and Bessie Steel had daughter Estelle on 29 July 1933 Rowan County.
J. Neal Morgan and Bessie I. Steel had daughter Betty Jean Morgan on 7
Jun 1935 in Rowan County
J.N. Morgan and Bessie Steel had son Carl on 9 November 1939 Rowan
Julius Neal Morgan and Bessie Ella Steel had a daughter Angie Rona
Morgan on 9 Sep 1943 in Rowan County
According to the 1900 census Rowan County, Bradshaw District there was
an Abram Morgan born Oct 1853 married 14 years to Angie born Nov 1867.
They had a son Julius N. born Feb 1888, and daughters Myrtie born May
1890, Jane E. born Jan 1894 and Blanche born Apr 1896. Abram was a
farmer. The whole family was born in NC and so were their parents.
The above information came from census and birth records.
However there is a family tree site that indicates that an Abram
Morgan is the son of Henry Morgan and Sally Polly Hill. This Henry
Morgan had many children and one of those sons (Abram's brother) was
named Julius. I think it was common practice for men to name their
sons after their brothers so this could be a good trail for you to
follow. The family tree site I was looking at took the Morgan family
back to a Hugh Morgan in Wales.
Have you written to the North Carolina Bureau of Vital Statistics for
Good luck with your search and I hoped this helped.