|Charles Robert Morehead Jr|
Charles Morehead was many things. He was a businessman in Leavenworth and the mayor from 1868-1869. He worked for a freight company that supplied Army posts as an assistant wagon master. He was at a meeting in 1858 with President Buchanan and others to discuss the proposed Pony Express and he was on the planning commission as well. He was a banker, pioneer and the mayor of El Paso Texas from 1903-1905. In addition he was a 33rd degree Mason and a Knight Templar. Charles Robert Morehead Jr was an architect of the West and an El Paso pioneer and civic leader.
|Lemire Morris Morehead|
In family life, Charles and Lemire had three children: Ida Morehead (1859-1898), Fanny Morehead (1863-1865), and William Morris Morehead (1865-1865). Their daughter Ida married Byrd Nebeker and lived in Los Angeles. She and Byrd had four children.
Related blog entry: Fanny Ann Morehead, sister of Charles Robert Morehead Jr.