History By Michael S. Riggs
Charlotte Elizabeth Morse
Eleanor gave birth to the couple's only child, a girl named Charlotte Elizabeth in Missouri.
While Morse was in Salt Lake City, he stayed with his and Eleanor's married daughter, Charlotte (Morse) Pack. In December of 1869, Morse had written to his sister, Salley (Bissell) Church, that Charlotte had married the summer before, "but not in plurality," and added that he had not "seen either of them in twelve years" (i.e. since 1857). He knew details about his daughter's marriage—for example, that she had not become a plural wife (which would have been important to an RLDS parent). Also, given that this information was obtained about the same time as Eleanor's RLDS conversion, Justus may have had prior knowledge about his ex-wife's situation, and that may have dictated his missionary destination.
Charlotte, whose children were being blessed in the RLDS Church beginning as early as November of 1869, was herself baptized a member in 1880.  Every indication would be that Charlotte and her mother remained in the RLDS Church all their lives. While Morse was able to share his RLDS Mormonism experience with his former wife and daughter, he probably had a minimal impact on their decision either to join, or to endure in the movement.
56. Ada Pack was blessed on November 23, 1869, and George Frederick Pack was blessed on August 14,1871. Both were listed as the children of Geo. C. & Charlotte Pack. Local Jurisdictional Record Book D, number 444, item 1. Community of Christ Library-Archives.
57. Local Jurisdictional Record Book D, number 444, item 3. Community of Christ Library-Archives. Between her early LDS Church background and the time she joined the RLDS Church, Charlotte had been a Christian Scientist according to this record.
found certificate on May 9, 2007
website this certificate from State Board Of Health, Death Certificate Utah,
George Caleb Pack born 6 Nov 1840 in Nauvoo, Hancock, Illinois. He was a white male and Widowed. Wife: Lottie Morse. His age 80 years 6 months 15 days. Occupation: Merchant, Grocery, employer: self. He died May 21, 1921 at 11:30 AM in Ioka, Duchesne, Utah. Cause of death: Chronic Brights Disease for 5 years. He lived at. Burial: May 24, 1921 in Kamas, Utah.
Informant: George F. Pack, Ioka, Duchesne, Utah.
Father: John Pack, birthplace, St. Johns New Breenswick, Canada
Mother: Julia Ives, birthplace, _town, New York.