Educated at Tettenhall College, Staffordshire. Owens College, Manchester. Trinity Hall, Cambridge (Bachelor 1883).
He was raised as an English speaking Congregationalist who spoke little Welsh.
Legal Qualified as a Barrister, Inner Temple, 1884. Appointed a Kings Council in 1906.
Recorder of Swansea, 1908-1910. County Court Judge Carmarthen, from 1910 to 1926, when he retired.
Political He was re-elected unopposed in 1892.
In 1895 he again defeated a Unionist challenger, thereafter he was returned unopposed in 1900 and 1906. He defeated a Unionist challenger in January 1910. He retired from parliament before the December 1910 General Election to take up an appointment as a Judge.
Following his appointment he was succeeded as Member of Parliament by John Hinds.
Hinds remained the member for the constituency until it"s abolition in 1918. Morgan was frequently criticised for his apparent lack of interest in his constituency, but his local connections were deemed to be so strong as to make his position secure.
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