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Emelia's Direct Line:
Emelia J. Campbell —> Tad D. Campbell —> Donald D. Campbell —> Howard T. Campbell —>
Ralph B. Campbell —> Susan M. Tuggle
—> Adaline J. Forbis —> Morgan Forbis Jr. —>
Margaret Logan
—> William Logan Sr. —> David Logan



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Margaret Logan

Born: about 1776 in Botetourt Co., VA
Died: Sep 1853 in Green Co., KY

Father: William Logan, Sr.
Mother: Agnes "Nancy" McCown

Marriage: about 1794 in KY to Morgan Forbis, Sr. (bef.1766-c.1812). Five children.
 


Children by Morgan Forbis, Sr.:

1.

David Forbis (1795-1867) m1. Henrietta Gassoway; m2. Phoebe Erwin

2.

Green Forbis (1800-1875) m. Rebecca Erwin

3.

William Logan Forbis (c.1802-?) m1. Sarah Lane; m2. Hannah _____

4.

Jerusha Forbis (c.1805-1849) m. Enoch Piper

5.

Morgan Forbis, Jr. (1809-1845) m. Adaline Lanier King

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William Logan, Sr.

Born: about 14 Jul 1749 (date of baptism) in Augusta Co., VA
Died:
1796 in Lincoln Co., KY

Father: David Logan
Mother: Jane McKinley

Marriage: 1 Aug 1775 in Botetourt Co., VA to
Agnes "Nancy" McCown (c.1755-1844)
. Nine children.

Military: William Logan was a pioneer settler of Lincoln Co., KY when it was part of Kentucky Co VA. In 1779 he was listed as a member of the company of militia at Logan's Station (St. Asaphs), commanded by his brother, Capt. (later Gen.) Benjamin Logan.


Children by Agnes "Nancy" McCown:

1.

Margaret Logan (c.1776-1853) m. Morgan Forbis, Sr.

2.

Capt. Hugh Logan (1776-1847) m. Sarah "Sally" Kimberland.
Served as a Captain in the Botetourt Co., VA militia about 1788. Prior to that, he marched under Captain Murray's command to Point Pleasant, as a Sergeant. He was Sheriff in 1818-1822 and 1836, and Justice of the Peace in early 1800s.

3.

James A. Logan (c.1780-c.1850) m. Elizabeth Davis.

4.

William Logan, Jr. (c.1782-?) m. his 1st cousin Elizabeth "Betsy" Briggs

5.

Jane Logan (c.1784-1850) m. John Beattie Dysart.
Settled in Andrew Co., MO.

6.

Agnes "Nancy" Logan (1786-1838) m. Charles Witt.
Settled in Green Co., KY.

7.

Benjamin Logan (c.1789-1841) m. Almira Farris

8.

Jerusha Logan (c.1791-?) m. Samuel Hays, Sr.
Settled in Lafayette Co., MO.

9.

Catherine Logan (1792-1849) m. Charles Hays.
Settled in Pulaski Co., KY.


David Logan

Born: unknown
Died: 1757 in Augusta Co., VA

Father: unknown
Mother: unknown

Marriage: date and place unknown, to Jane McKinley (no dates). Ten children.


Children by Jane McKinley:

1.

Brig. Gen. Benjamin Logan (1743-1802) m. Ann Montgomery
Brigadier General in the Viriginia Militia during the American Revolution. Leader in Kentucky's efforts to become a state. Logan Counties in Kentucky and Ohio are named for him.

2.

Col. John Logan (c.1744-1807) m. Jane McClure.
First State Treasurer of Kentucky

3.

Capt. Hugh Logan (1745-1816) m. Sarah Woods

4.

Mary Logan (no dates) m. Capt. Samuel Briggs.
Great-grandparents of U.S. First Lady Mary (Todd) Lincoln

5.

Elizabeth "Betty" Logan (no dates) m. Thomas Stephenson

6.

William Logan, Sr. (1749-1796) m. Agnes "Nancy" McCown

7.

Nathaniel Logan (no dates) m1. Judith Wilson; m2. Polly Harvey

8.

Sarah Logan (no dates) m. Dr. Andrew McKinley.
Parents of U.S. Supreme Court Justice John McKinley (1780-1852).

9.

Tabitha Logan (no dates). No further information.

10.

Margaret Logan (died c.1809). No further information.

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Created: 15 Jun 1998
Modified: 30 Nov 2010

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