b.WFT Est 1734-1744
Facts and Events
Samuel Logan was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 289.--18th May, 1762. Zachariah Bell, of Craven County, South Carolina, to Samuel Logan, £30.1.3, 238 acres at head of Elk Run in Beverley Manor; Andrew McClure's line, ye Barrens; Joseph Bell's cor. Teste: Zechariah Smith, Zechariah Johnston, Hugh McClure. Delivered: Samuel Bell, May, 1763.
- Page 133.--27th May, 1762. William Bell, David Bell and Florence, his wife, to Samuel Logan, £30, 108 acres on Elk Run in Beverley Manor, cor. said Logan's other land, Hamilton's line. Delivered: Samuel Logan, May, 1765.
Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 170.--8th November, 1766. Samuel Logan and Mary ( ) to Thomas Hutcheson, £30, 238 acres at head of Elk Run in Beverley Manor; Andrew McCluer's line, grub in the Barrens, new corner of Joseph Bell's. Delivered: Sarah Hutchison, 14th October, 1773.
Records of Samuel Logan in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:
- Page 754.--23d May, 1750. William Wright to William Logan. Delivered: Saml. Logan, May, 1765. 155 acres in Beverley Manor, Wm. Bev, Alexn. Henderson' line; corner Wm. Johnson, Margaret, wife of Wm.
Wright. (Note: the William Logan mentioned in this record appears to be the brother of this Samuel Logan).
- Page 364.--18th June, 1763. John Cunningham and Robert Weir to Hugh Weir, £100, 333 acres in Borden's tract; corner James Eckins, Samuel Dunlap's line; corner William McCanless, Robert Dunlap's land. Teste: John Neill, Robert Reed, Samuel ( ) Loge, John Mountgomerey, Samuel and Mathew Huston. (Note: this could be a record for this Samuel Logan).
- Page 43.--3d January, 1778. John Loggan's will--To son, John; to son, Samuel; to son, William; to son, Robert; to son, Joseph; to daughter, Sarah; to wife; to daughter, Mary; to son, Alexander; to son, Jame. Executors, wife and Mathew Huston. Teste: Robert Kenkead, Samuel Huston, Geo. Weir. Proved, 19th May, 1778, by Weir, and 18th August, by Huston. Mary qualifies.
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