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James Logan
b.1728
d.bef. 15 July 1788 Lincoln County, Kentucky
m. 1759
  1. Lt. James Logan, Jr.1760 -
  2. Matthew Logan1764 -
  3. David Logan1767 -
  4. Charles Logan1768-1775 -
  5. Robert Allison Logan1768-1775 -
  6. Martha Logan1768-1775 -
  7. Hugh Logan1768-1775 -
  8. Capt. Jonathan Edward LoganABT 1774 - 1832
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Name James Logan
Gender Male
Birth? 1728
Marriage 1759 prob. Virginiato Martha Allison
Death? bef. 15 July 1788 Lincoln County, Kentucky

James Logan was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Will Abstract

Logan, James. WRitten: 5-23-1787, Proved: 7-15-1788. Leg.: wife Martha; children, James, Matthew, Hugh, David, Jonathan, Charles, Martha; son Robert Allison; friend Benjamin Logan. Exrs.: son Matthew, Benjamin Logan. Wit.: Alexander Gaston, William Main, Mary X. Gaston. Page 156.


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James Logan
Gender Male
Died Lincoln County, Kentucky
Family Martha Allison
Children 1. Jonathan Edward Logan, Lt., b. Abt 1774, Amherst County, Virginia , d. 1832, Johnson County, Arkansas
2. James Logan, b. 1760, Rockbridge County, Virginia
3. Matthew Logan, b. 1764
4. David Logan, b. 23 Feb 1767, Augusta County, Virginia , d. 11 Aug 1835, Crawford County, Arkansas
5. John Edward Logan
6. Charles Logan
7. Robert Allison Logan
8. Martha Logan
9. Hugh Logan

Family ID F1351 Group Sheet

James Logan Sr. and family resided on what is known as Collier's Creek, Rockbridge Co., VA. He died in Lincoln Co., KY and his will is dated 5-23-1787 and probated on either 7-15-1788 or 7-22-1790. This is recorded in book "A" page 116 or 156. James was in the Augusta Co., VA militia in 1758. He was no. 46 on the list of John Murray's Company from Botetourt Co. VA. He joined on 9-10-1774. This is recorded on page 6 Kegley's VA Frontiers. He was an elder in the Rockbridge Co., Presbyterian Church.