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  • ID: I674
  • Name: Thomas Logan
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 04 MAR 1764 in County Derry,Northern Ireland 1
  • Burial: Presbyterian Churchyard, McConnellsburg, Fulton Co.,P 2
  • Immigration: BEF 1795 Bedford Co. Vital Records,Thomas Logan,native of Ireland; to U.S. before 1795; settled in Air Township; witness Martin Funk; paper dated 1 Sept 1802
  • Will: 07 FEB 1844 Filed for Probate on 7 June 1848, Bedford Co.,PA 3
  • Title: Esq.
  • Death: 04 MAY 1848 in McConnellsburg, Fulton Co,PA
  • Note:

    The following notes are copies verbatim from GED-COM received from John A. Ritz on February 7 2000:
    FROM PENNSYLVANIA ARCHIVES, Serv 3, Vol 25, Page 563:
    1794 warrantees of land, Bedford Co,PA
    Thomas Logan100 acres1-6-1794
    Sarah Logan "David Logan "
    Keziah Logan "

    FROM RECORDS of Upper West Conococheague Presbyterian Church, Mercersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania:
    Baptism- Five children of Thomas Logan
    Baptisms by John King dated 1769-1811
    From entry to Gen forum dated May 1 1999 #497 posted by Shirley Newton Lomon: She has Thomas Logan, b. 4 Mar 1764 from County Derryshire, Ireland-email slomon@ix.netcom.com

    NATURALIZATION Papers of Fulton and Bedford Counties, PA, 974.87 p4n, Vol 5:
    Gawn Logan date 1811
    Thomas Logan date 1 Sept 1802

    Tradition has it that he sold his passage across the ocean and landed in America as a bondsman. Also, tradition has it that his father was with Napoleon's army when it crossed the Alps-- from Alice Kendall Johnson 1912.
    The parents of Thomas Logan 1764-1848 may never be known with certainty.

    In the notes of Margaret Estelle Maslin (LDS film 476885) "Gwan Logan's Brother was Thomas, their father fought with Napoleon's army...the above mentioned Thomas moved to Derry twsp.(Now Londoner) Lancaster, PA 1744 and it believed he was father of Thomas Logan, B. 1764 who married Keziah Coffee. But in the notes and queries-CCLVIII there is a note "Logan--the death of the last survivor in the male line of the Logan family, in this locality, the venerable John Logan, who died Feb 16 1890, at the age of ninety years, gives us the opportunity of stating that Thomas Logan, the first of the family, settled in Derry township, now Londonderry, at an early date. He took up land (200 acres) November 20, 1744 and died on the farm Feb 21, 1788. He left a wife Hannah and the following children:
    1.Thomas B 1759 D March 23, 1797
    2.William B 1768 D Sept 27, 1814, married Barbara
    3.John B 1764 D 1784
    4.Margaret
    5.Mary, married Samuel McCleery---
    so it seems that the Thomas that settled in Derry was not the father of our Thomas since he had his own son Thomas. This agrees with Betty William Steele (a Descendant of Thomas-David) who states that in LDS film 1465910 and naturalization papers of Fulton and Bedford Counties PA (974.87 p4n) vol 5 that there are applications for citizenship...Logan Gawn native of Ireland-1802 and Thomas Logan Native of Ireland, settled in Air Twsp, dated 1802. After all, if they applied for naturalization they must not have been born here.
    In 'Your Family Tree' PA, publ m vol 4 p 15--This magazine also claims Gwan and Thomas were sons of Patrick Logan.
    In the family bible of Samuel Logan, son of Thomas and Keziah, it states Thomas Logan Sr. born March 4, 1764. So somebody either didn't know Thomas's fathers name(is it likely Samuel didn't know his grandparents names?) or knew it but didn't record it except to say the name wasn't Thomas's. This is an assumption.
    In the notes of Alice Kendall Johnston signed 1912 'Thomas and Gwan were brothers who came to this country together. Gwan settled on what is known as Judge Logan farm. Thomas and Gwan's father was with Napoleon's army when it crossed the Alps'. But there are a couple of problems with this; first, Thomas's brothers name was Gawn not 'Gwan and they didn't arrive together, Thomas was here first because he was married in Hagarstown, Maryland in 1788 and Gawn Logan was born county Derry Ireland in 1771 and arrived Newcastle in 1800 with his wife Eleanor and one child. From the History of Bedford, Somerset and Fulton Co. by Walterman Watkins (974.87 h2w). So, it seems that there is room for error in the notes of Alice Kendall Johnston.

    SEE ALSO WFT VOL. 5, ED 1, TREE #2196

    MORE ABOUT THOMAS LOGAN;
    Baptized children: May 4, 1801, Mercersburg
    Bought land: 1794, Bedford Co.PA
    Built Stone House: 1789, Ayr Township
    Visited Coffey's: 1840, Ohio

    1800 US Census for Bedford Co.: Thomas, Ayr Twsp, #38a Page 22, shows that there was 3 males(-10); 1 male (10-15) and 1 male 26-44: For females 1 female -10 and 1 female (26-44)

    FROM THE 1820 CENSUS INDEX for PENNSYLVANIA;

    Thos LoganBedford Co. 054 Ayr Twsp. page 36:2 males under 10; 1 male 10-15; 2 males 16-25 and 1 male 45+: Females 1(10-15 yrs); 2(16-25) and 1 at 45+
    Also:Guan LoganBedord Co.#054B, page 33, Ayr Twsp: Found an Evan Logan livining in Air(Ayr) twsp:1 male under 10; 2 (10-15); 1(16-17); 2(16-25) and 1 at 45+: Females; 1 at -10 yrs and 1 at 26-44 yrs.

    From Land Survey Archives, PA, Bedford Co., 1771-1875, Vol. 25, p. 56 2-6 from Estelle Maslin History:

    Husband Thomas Logan50 acres27 March 1792
    """400 "24 Jan 1794
    Wife Keziah400 "24 Jan 1794
    Thomas Logan400 "17 March 1794
    Thomas Logan400 " 9 March 1795

    Also Brother Gwan Logan 32 Acres 31 January 1840

    From the Bible Record found in the Maternal History of Estelle Maslin at the LDS Family History Center, Rockford, IL:
    BIBLE RECORD
    "Bible inscribed "Thomas Logan 21 Nov. 1820, sent to Mr. H. W. Mills, 4805-20th Street, Arlington, Va. who has been compiling Logan family records in co-operation with Chas. W. Logan of Ky. now deceased.
    Some of this data also corroborated from family Bible of William Coffee Logan, (my grandfather), and from other sources. Some also substantiated from Ohio, Publ C. Vol.2, p 388)

    Thomas Logan, b 4 Mar 1764 (this date given as 1761 in other record) md 24 May 1788 at Hagarstown, Maryland, Keziah Coffee (b 31 Dec 1769 of Burlington, Burlington, NJ dau of Joseph Coffey and Patience Tatem. (Thomas as son of Thomas and Hannah . . . . .)"

    "Will of Thomas Logan filed Bedford Co.PA, Book 3, p 416; probated 6 June 1848. p. 416:

    'The last will and Testament of Thomas Logan of the Borough of McConnellburg, Fulton Co.,PA

    I, Thomas Logan, considering the uncertainty of life in this world and being of good health, of sound and disposing mind, do make this my last will and testament as follows:
    After my debts are paid I give and bequeath to my beloved wife, Keziah, the brick house we now reside in, with the lot on which it stands and the square of lots containing about one acres in the north part of the borough of McConnellsburg for and during her natural life. Also the interest of three thousand dollars to be paid her annually as long as she lives, all the household and kitchen furniture in the house we live in, or about house I give her absolutely.
    I give and bequeath to my son David nothing, inasmuch as I have already well provided for him.
    I give and bequeath to my daughter, Sarah Barton, two hundred dollars in addition to the land I have already made a deed to for her.
    I give, bequeath and devise to my son, Joseph C., who resides in the State of Michigan, and to his heirs, the farm he lives on, also one thousand dollars.
    I give, bequeath and devise to my son, Thomas and his heirs, the tract of land in Air Township on which he now lives. Also the "Martin tract" adjoining, containing 60 acres for which I have made a deed.
    I give, devise and bequeath to my son, Samuel and his heirs the farm he now lives on in Harrison Township, also two thousand dollars.
    I give and bequeath to my daughter, Keziah Nelson one thousand dollars.
    I give and bequeath to the children of my son, John, two thousand five hundred dollars, to be equally divided among them, to be paid by my executors to each one as they arrive at the age of 21 years, with the interest from my death.
    I give and bequest to my daughter, Margaret Kendall four thousand five hundred dollars.
    I give and bequeath to my son, James, the sum of one thousand dollars.
    I give and bequeath to my son, William C., two thousand dollars, but William is to account for the money he has or may collect for me the amount of which will appear by his receipts to me for the same claims remaining among my papers at my death, he is also to account for the note I hold against him for three thousand and seventy dollars. The devises and legacies to my other children are to be without any deductions or abatement for or on account of any advancements I may have made to them heretofore, and if there should be any indebtedness against any of my children before this date, except against William, they are to be cancelled.
    I hereby authorize my executors to sell the five or six acres of land adjoining George Hokes Mill tract and after the death of my wife, to all the real estate devised to her for life, and for the rest and residue of my estate, I desire that it be divided among my seven following named children: Sarah, Joseph, Samuel, Keziah, Margaret, James and William, in proportion to the money legacies herein before given to them.
    Lastly I nominate, constitute and appoint my son William and my son in law, James Kendall, to be Executors of this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me and declaring this and no other to be my last will and testament.
    In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this seventh day of Feb A.D. 1844
    Signed and sealed in the presence of us, S. M. Barclay, Mark Dickson
    SEAL: Thomas Logan
    Witnesses: S. M. Barclay
    Mark Dickson

    Sworn and subscribed to me June 7, 1848 before Jos. D. Noble, Regr.

    Partial Account of James Kendall acting Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Thomas Logan late of Air Township Bedford County dec: The accountant charges himself with the following sums rec'd by him out of said Estate--
    1848
    May 6With cash from Mrs. Keziah Logan465.00
    Int. from 17 July 1849 21.92
    May 22 DoDavis Hunter513.33
    Int. as above 24.21
    June 7 DoJos. B Noble____Alexander211.12
    Int. 9.95
    Dec 21Henry Hoke149.15
    Int. 7.03

    1849:
    Feb 7With cash from Francis Jordan100.00
    Feb 7"Jacob Horner(or Howser) 13.00
    Int. from 17 July 1849 5.32
    Mar 24Jacob Fox103.50
    Int from 17 July 1849 4.88
    Apr 5 "Francis Rummell 11.00
    Int. from 17 July 1849 .51
    April 27F. Jordan or ____unreadable135.00
    Inte. from 27 July 1849 6.31
    May 7Robert Carson? 7.50
    In from 17 July 1849 .35
    May 28F. Jordan_________unreadable400.00
    Int. as above 18.81-1/2
    Mar 17Rev. McNaughton295.00
    Int as above 13.90

    1850:
    (?) 16F. Jordan100.00
    " "David Hunter441.25
    Mar 28Cash from Francis Jordan____?174.00
    against Akus Sproat
    Apr 7Elias Davidson104.16

    1849:
    April 18With cash from R. Bard Esq.(no.Campbell?1300.00
    Int. from 17 July 1847 61.31
    May 29With cash from R. Bard Esq1000.00
    Int. from 17 July 1847 47.16
    Aug 16from R. Bard 900.00
    Int. from 14 Feb 1850 11.25
    Aug 2With cash from R. Bard 118.73
    Int. from 24 Feb 1850 1.50

    1850:
    Apr 22Cash from Elinor Shaffer on Judgement 200.00
    April 27 " John Cooks on Judgement 135.00

    ________

    $7111.07

    Charges:$ 7111.07
    Payments In:$ 1498.96
    _________

    Due by Accountant $ 5612.11
    Int. from 6 Sept 1850

    Account craves an Allowance for the following payments and disbursements made by him of said Estate:
    1849:
    Apr 24PaidJos. B. Noble 5.00
    Int. .30
    1848:
    June 12PaidSamuel Alexander 8.00
    Jas Wilson 3.00
    Int. 1.23
    June 16Jno W. Bohm24.67
    Int. 2.77
    July 13PaidAppraisious? 2.25
    Aug 29W. T. Chapman 1.75
    June 16Dr. S. E. Duffield 5.12 1/2
    Int. 1.31
    Nov 7Elias Davidson11.50
    Int. 1.02
    June 15paidJno R. Smith 5.00
    June 12Wm. Duffield75.25
    Int 8.66
    May 5W. W. Work 5.75
    Int. .68
    June 12W. S. Fletcher33.31
    Int. 3.76
    Oct 10Joseph Zelo .24
    "Thos. P. Bard 1.78
    Int. .18

    1849:
    Feb 26PaidA. H. Smith 4.12 1/2
    Feb 9W. S. Fletcher 2.00
    "B. R. Robinson .57
    Int. from 16 Feb 1849 .48
    Aug 23R. M. Bard 2.91
    Int. .91
    Apr 30 PaidThos. E. Cochran 15.00
    Int. .90
    1848 Jan 8 Paid____? Barclay 5.00
    Int. .56
    1849:
    Apr 24 PaidJos. B. Noble 17.46
    Int. .84
    DecSamuel Cain 9.29 1/2
    Int. .23
    May 4Paid Mrs. Keziah Logan 180.00
    Int. 10.65
    Aug 27 "J. F. Air 5.00
    Int. .20

    1850:
    Feb 6paidJ. F. Air 200.00
    Int. 2.70
    Mar 16Elias Davidson 11.50

    Feb 8PaidWitnesses Cost in Nelson case 26.62
    Jno P. Reid 2.73 1/2
    Barclay & Barclay 300.00
    Allowance to Accountant 360.00
    Printing & Registers fees 7.50
    Barclay & Barclay Staking Af? 20.00

    1849:
    Aug 25PaidDavid Agnew 20.25
    Int. .81
    1850:
    Apr 20PaidJno. R. Reid 5.12 1/2
    __________

    $1,498.96
    Bedford County ss,
    Exhibited into the Register Office the 20th day of April A. D. 1850. Same day Sworn & Subscribed.
    Jno P. Reid, Regt.James Kendal, Executor

    Statement of Payments Made to the Heirs of Said Estate:
    1849
    June 1James Logan350.00
    May 2Joseph C. Logan350.00
    Jan 29James Nelson200.00
    Apr 17Sarah Barton101.00
    25 Samuel Logan627.00
    June 18 Samuel Logan400.00
    James Kendall 1500.00

    The following is a list of the Goods & Chattels of Thomas Logan Dec. of McConnellsburg Borough, Bedord County, State of Penn:(Many of the following were hard to decipher by Beverly Thornton while entering this information)

    Note on John Shafer dated 20 April 1847?350.00
    Note on John & Jacob Shafer for which there is a credit285.00
    of__?dated May 24th 1846(The note bearing Int. from
    April 5th? 1845
    Note on Daniel Dickson 3d May 1842 on which is a couple100.00
    of _____?
    Note on Henry M. Hoke and Mark Dickson 20th June 1843135.00
    Int. ___? to June 20, 1847
    Note on John Chesnuit? & William Duffield500.00
    dated 7th April 1846 for Int. Paid on the above note to 1 April 1848
    Note on Samuel J. Work & Rebecca J. Work dated 2d Mar 1843200.00
    ____? to 2 March 1844
    Note on John W. Bohm dated 22d April 1844100.00
    Int. Paid to April 22 1844
    Note on Samuel J. Work dated 18 August 1846100.00
    Int. Paid on above 6.$
    Note on John Kittle dated 11th June 1844218.00
    Note on Elias Davidson dated 29 July 1846100.00
    Int. Paid on above 6.$
    Note on John P. Davidon & Jos. B. Noble dated 5th Jan 1842164.28
    Int. Paid on above $43.12
    Note on Jacob J. Atrahan? Fox dated October 18th 1844100.00
    Note on David Hunter dated April 1st, 1845 6331.11
    Credits on the above note $3650.00
    Note on Francis Rumel dated 5 Aug 1846 10.00
    Note on William Diek? dated 31 March 1847 62.30
    Payable 6 months after date got from C. Sugart?
    Note on Jacob Houser? 3 months after date dated 23 September 1845 13.00
    Note on George Kreightbaum dated 20th Oct 1847 15.00
    Note on Richard____? & Jacob Houser 6 months after date 7.00
    dated 10 August 1847
    Note on Mrs. Keziah Nelson dated 6 May 1846 430.00
    Notes from Jos. B. Noble dated April 24 1848
    Cash on his hands amt of Judgt Against Wm Alexander 211.12
    Note on James Kendall dated 12th December 1846 for 3184.11
    to be placed as put on interest on which the ____? Interest has been
    paid into the above note_____to Mrs. Nelson
    dated 17th April 1847 for 1830.10
    in which $111.00 Int has been paid

    Judgement on Jas Campbell docket ?Franklin family for 3000.00
    with one year interest due

    Amount of Cash on hand 465.00

    Bedford County SS: Personally appeared before me the subscriber, a Justice of the Peace in and for said County William Duffield & John W. Bohn who being duly sworn according to law did depose and say that the appraisement of the goods and Chattels of Thomas Logan Dec is Just and true Sworn and subscribed before me this 13th Day of July 1848.

    SS:
    James KingWilliam Duffield
    Jno W. Bohn

    On back of document: Inventoy of the notes Judgement etc of Thomas Logan Esq late of McConnellsburg Borough deceased Filed7th July 1818, Jno. W. Noble. Reg.
    Note on same page: Exec. has since sold a lot of ground containing 5 acres to G. W. McNaughton for $295 ont he 4th Sept. 1848 at Public Sale as per his letter to me. J. B. Noble

    Statement of Judgements on the common Pleas of Bedford County in favour of Thomas Logan(now decd)

    Thomas Logan No. 68 Aug Term 1840
    Vs Residue of Debt of $78.84
    Fred L. Ross?Int from 27 August 1840
    Costs 1.95 3/4

    The SameNo. 76 April Term 1846
    VsDebt$436.96
    William Compher & Int from 2d May 1846
    John Getty Costs 5.36
    (June 13th 1847 Copy of Record made______?in Blair County.

    The SameNo. 77 april Term 1846
    Vs. Debt $286.92
    William _____?Int from 2d May 1846
    Costs 6.49

    The SameNo. 79 april Term 1846
    Vs,Debt $792.55

    John Akus?& James SproatInt from 2dMay 1846 1 yr 47.55

    ________
    $840.10
    Paid 24th April 1846 56.00
    ________
    $784.10
    Int to June 5 1847 4.31
    ________
    Then Paid 203.00
    ________
    $585.41
    Int from 5 June 1847
    Costs 12.92 1/2

    The SameNo. 78 April Term 1846
    Vs.Debt $188.40
    William AlexanderInt from 2d May 1846 to 23
    April 1848 22.42
    ________
    $211.12
    The above money of Alexander Paid into____23d April 1848 (cannot read rest)

    The Supplemental Accounting fo James Kendall acting Executor of Thomas Logan late of Air Township Bedford County deceased--Filed 6 July 1850:

    Accountant charges himself with the balance due on the former account filed by him--$5612.00
    1850:
    May 1With balance of debt and int. from David Hunter108.75
    " Akus & Sproat Judgement balance of debt and int.139.29
    after deducting fee of Atty Jordan
    " Compher & Getty Judgmt bal of debt & int after 74.71
    deducting fee of Atty Jordan
    " Campbell Judgt Bal of Debt & Int after deducting
    fee of Atty Bards 352.98
    " John Cook(1st) Judgt bal of Debt & Int after deducting 77.00
    Elinor Shafer Judgt " " 279.53
    The above thru Judgt were taken in satisfaction of
    notes of John & Jacob Shafer
    " James Dickson noted Bal of $76.00
    Int from8 May 42 to 1 May 50 112.48
    " Jno Chesnut& from Duffield Note f 500.00
    Int from 1 Apr 48 6250 562.50
    " Samuel & Rebecca Work Note 200.00
    Int from 2 May 47 36.00 236.00
    " Jno. W. Bohn Note 100.00
    Int from 22 Apr 47 18.00 118.00
    " Samuel I. Work Note 100.00
    Int from 18 Aug 47 16.16 116.16
    " John Kittle Note 218.00
    Int from 11 June 44 79.03 295.03
    " Jno. F. Davis & Jos. B. Noble Note 167.28
    Int from 5 July 1846 33.31 200.59
    " George Kreightbaum Note 15.00
    Int from 20 Oct 47 2.27 17.27
    CARRIED OVER$8640.40
    (Next Page)Amount Brought forward 8640.40
    Paid James Kendall Note 3184.00
    Int. from 14 Dec 47 to 16 Dec 49 382.08 3566.08
    Paid James Kendall ____? 1850.00
    Int. from 17 April 49 to 1 Aug 50 115.62 1965.62
    Paid James Peoples Note 760.00
    Int. from 27 July 47 to 1 May 50 125.40 885.40
    Paid Jno. & James Peoples Note 360.00
    Int. from 14 May47 to 1 May 50 64.60 424.60
    _________
    $ 15482.10
    Charges$ 15,482.10
    Payments 5,659.59
    __________
    Due by Accountant $ 11,822.51
    Int from 6 Sept 1850
    Accountant states that he holds a note for $430.00 dated 6 May 1844 due from Keziah Nelson to the Estate of Thomas Logan dec which if collected he is also willing to charge himself with--
    Also, there are some costs in the Nelson case which he paid_____? and for which there is a credit in the former account. The the accountant also intends to charge himself whenever he has a settlement with Nelson and wife and the source is received by them as part of their legacy or he has collected the same.

    Account craves a credit for the following payments & disbursements made by him out of said Estate:
    Paid Henry Hoke School Tax 13.03
    " Mrs. Keziah Logan per Will180.00

    Accountant craves a credit for the amount which Testator directs the Executor to retain in his hands during the life of the Widow paying her the natural annual life$3000.00
    Paid Barclay & Barclay 20.00
    " Allowance to Accountant 425.00
    " Registry Clerk of Bedford County 7.50
    " """for Recording Fees .50
    " R. M. Bard in Shaffer case 13.56
    _________
    $3659.59
    Bedford County, SS:
    Exhibited into the Registers Office the 6th day of July A. D. 1850. Same day Sworn & Subscribed
    James Kendall
    Jno. B. Reid, Rgtr

    BIBLE RECORDS*

    Children of Thomas and Keziah (Coffee) Logan
    1. David Logan, b 29 Mar 1789, Chester Co.,PA Md 27 Dec 1808 (Heirs found in Butler Co.,Ohio?) to Charlotte Ferree
    2. Sarah Logan, b 30 Dec 1791; md Thomas Barton
    3. Joseph Logan, b 19 Sept 1795, md Olive (Ragan?)(resident of Michigan at time father's will was made. Progenitor of Mrs. Ira Frost of Idaho.
    4. Thomas Franklin Logan, b 27 July 1797, d 21 July 1879, md: 1) Margaret(or Mary) Taggart; 2. Mrs. (Mary?) Hamel. (Of Air Twsp in father's will)
    5. Samuel Logan, b 28 Aug 1799, d 8 May 1869. Md 7 Nov 1822, Sarah Householder (of Harrison Twsp in father's will)
    6. Janet Logan, b 8 Oct 1801, d 3 Sept 1802 }
    7. Agnes Logan, b 8 Oct 1801, d 27 Dec 1836 } twins
    8. Keziah Logan, b 17 Oct 1804, d15 Oct 1863. Md 24 Jan 1826 James Nelson
    9. John Logan, b 31 Jan 1807, d 13 Feb 1840. Md Mary Cooper
    10. Margaret Logan, b 26 Jan 1809. D 11 July 1881. Md 1830 James Kendall
    11. James Ambrose Logan, b 15 May 1811, McConnellsburg, Fulton Co.,PA. D 26 Sept 1887. MD 31 May 1832 Rebecca Marshall of the Virginia Marshalls. Was Sheriff, Wabash, Indiana. Died in Rock Island, IL.
    12. William Coffee Logan, b 19 Mar 1814. D 26 Sept 1887. Md(1) Mary Morrison 10 June 1829; Md (2) Mrs. McKelvey.

    These Bible records were corroborated and data completed from other sources such as Alice Kendall Johnston, Mrs. Ira Frost, Harry W. Mills, Mrs. Clark Boyd, etc and Ohio Pub C Vol 2, p 388"

    Found at the Genealogy Dept of the Valparaiso Lib., Valp.Indiana on May 17 2001(Bedford county Vital Records book):

    16 Sept 1813, Letters of Admin Joseph Bell & James White & Robert McIlheny, estate of Joseph Bell, Dublin Township Sureties: George Burd, esq., Thomas Logan, esq.

    Deaths: 5/13/1805 James Scott deed. Admin: Mary, widow & Alex. Scott Bonds: Thomas Logan & Terrence Campbell

    Same source: Appointed by the 1790 Constitution, Thomas Logan as Justice of Peace, Dist. No. 9 1805




    Father: Logan

    Marriage 1 Keziah Coffee b: 31 DEC 1769 in Gloucester, New Jersey
    • Married: 24 MAY 1788 in Hagerstown,Washington County, Maryland
    Children
    1. Has Children David Logan b: 29 MAR 1789 in McConnellsburg, Fulton Co,PA
    2. Has Children Sarah Logan b: 30 DEC 1791 in McConnellsburg, Fulton Co,PA
    3. Has Children Joseph Logan b: 19 SEP 1795 in McConnellsburg, Fulton Co,PA
    4. Has Children Thomas Franklin Logan b: 27 JUL 1797 in McConnellsburg, Fulton Co,PA
    5. Has Children Samuel Logan b: 28 AUG 1799 in McConnellsburg, Fulton Co,PA
    6. Has No Children Agnes Logan b: 08 OCT 1801 in McConnellsburg, Fulton Co,PA
    7. Has No Children Janet Logan b: 08 OCT 1801 in McConnellsburg, Fulton Co,PA
    8. Has Children Keziah Logan b: 17 OCT 1804 in McConnellsburg, Fulton Co,PA
    9. Has Children John Logan b: 31 JAN 1807 in McConnellsburg, Fulton Co,PA
    10. Has Children Margaret Logan b: 26 JAN 1809 in McConnellsburg, Fulton Co,PA
    11. Has Children James Ambrose Logan b: 15 MAY 1811 in McConnellsburg, Fulton Co,Pennslyvania
    12. Has Children William Coffee Logan b: 19 MAR 1814 in McConnellsburg, Fulton Co,PA

    Sources:
    1. Title: Family Bible of Samuel Logan
      Text: Thomas Logan Sr., Born March 4, 1764
    2. Title: Tombstone Reading by Scott Barnes on May 14 1999
      Page: Scott Barnes Source S53,
      Text: Tombstone of Thomas Logan, Esq,Presbyterian Churchard, McConnellsburg, Fulton County, Pennsylvania, transcribed by Scott Barnes on 14 May 1999.
    3. Title: Will for Thomas Logan
      Page: Will Book 3, Page 416/848 29 dated 7 June 1848
      Text: Includes Inventories and Final Accounting
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