"Frederick "Jerry" Morgan" was a professional association football/footballer who played for Bristol Rovers F.C./Bristol Rovers between 1919 and 1925, having previously played 2 games for Bristol City F.C./Bristol City. He was part of a large footballing family from Barton Hill in Bristol His brother Jim played for Wolves, and brother Tom played for Bristol City F.C./Bristol City. His nephew Jimmy Morgan/William James Morgan also obtained 104 caps for Bristol Rovers F.C./Bristol Rovers between 1946 and 1952. Jerry Morgan scored two hatricks for Rovers, one against Worksop Town in a famous 9-0 cup victory in 1920, and the other against Norwich in 1923.

He served in the Royal Navy during WWI as a stoker on board the dreadnought HMS Malborough. He died of throat cancer in Bristol in 1953.

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