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My Logan ancestors from Scotland to Logan, Missouri

by Virginia Wygant Dietz
Dietz, Virginia (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book on Digital Images
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2009
2nd ed.

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Digital images of original published: Cleveland, Texas : V. Dietz, 2001. xl, 420 p. : ill. (some col.) coats of arms, geneal. tables, ports.

Includes index.

Includes early Logan families in Scotland, Ireland, Virginia and North Carolina. William A. Logan was born 31 July 1814 in Moore County, Tennessee. His parents were Reuben Butler Logan (1794-1845) and Elizabeth Ingle (1798-1863). He married Permelia Neece (1814-1869) 30 January 1834. They had twelve children. They moved to Missouri in 1852. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Missouri and Texas.

Includes Bolling, Buhler, Cash, Dandridge, Dietz, Engle, Entrekin, Groom, Headrick, Hedrick, Hendrix, Kindred, Parker, Reddick, Tripp, Wygant and related families.

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