There are various points of entry to an exploration of England's Morgan Motor Company, and ancestry research company Genes Reunited takes the method of family history. Morgan has been run by three generations of the family, starting with Harry F. S. Morgan – that's him sitting on the three-wheeler he invented in 1909.

In this brief but highly informative video, the company's archivist and museum curator, Martyn Webb, takes us on a trip through 104 years of Morgan stewardship. Starting with Harry and picking up with son Peter and grandson Charles, Webb also covers the vehicles – how the three-wheeler led to the 4/4 in 1936 and how those two have become the new Three Wheeler and the Morgan Aeromax. It's well worth a watch, and you can do just that by scrolling below.



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      Kent Kangley
      • 1 Year Ago
      I've always loved the Morgan company and it's cars. As a young man in the Air Force stationed in England in the early '80s, I rode my motorcycle out to Malvern Link to see the factory. I was allowed to walk around unchaperoned and talk to the workers. It was a great experience.
      desinerd1
      • 1 Year Ago
      Do they still make cars? Never heard of this brand