William Morgan (cartographer)

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William Morgan (died 1690) was a cartographer in England during the 17th century. He was the step-grandson of John Ogilby and, following Ogilby's death in 1676, carried on the cartographic publications that Ogilby had started, including "Britannia" and a large map of the City of London.

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