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Logan from Ireland with 5 sons

Logan from Ireland with 5 sons

Kelly Best (View posts)
Posted: 933960664000
I am looking for anyone with information on a John Logan from Belfast County Downs Ireland who setteled in PA and married Martha Miller they had 5 sons William,Samual, John, James and Thomas. Any information will be helpful.

John Logan

Elaine (View posts)
Posted: 934041493000
I have a John Logan who born abt. 1781 in PA, d. 1829 who married Elizabeth Briarly b. 1747 in Ireland or Hartford co, Md. Their children's names were Samuel, Nancy, Martha, Mary, John Jr., Jane, Elizabeth, Sarah, Joseph, Isabella, Magaret, and Hannah. Some of the same first names as in your family. We do not go back any farther then this with the Logans. Elizabeth Briarly's, who may have been born in Ireland, parents may have been John Brierly (Briarly) and Ann Jackson.
I realize this does not help you but, I thought some of the names that are similar could have been passed down to another generation and there is a connection with Ireland through the Brierlys.

John Logan-Junot connection

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What time frame are you looking at? I have a John Logan I am researching to find a marraige to a Junot in Pennsylvania in the early 1700,s

John Logan

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I have a John Logan from County Antrim who married Jane McCully. Five sons wre John, James, William, Thomas, Samuel. They came over in 1818.


Cathie Logan Sharpe (View posts)
Posted: 944594293000
Have you learned anything about your John
Logan and the Junot connection? Did they stay in PA?

Logan from Ireland with 5 sons

Cathie Logan Sharpe (View posts)
Posted: 944594774000
Although you mention no dates, I do recall a
William residing near Audobon, Montgomery Co., PA, early to mid 1700's. Good Luck!

James, John Logan + more?

Nancy (View posts)
Posted: 952906882000
I have a James Logan who probably came over as a teen w/ his parents, settling in York and Cumberland Co in 1801. He would have been born prb 1780's and likely had more bros

James Logan

Erika Logan Browning (View posts)
Posted: 967634063000
I have traced my Logan line back to a James Logan born 1760, married to Isabelle Reid. They had a son named James Reid Logan born 1813, possibly. I know my Logans were in the Chester, PA region in the late 1800's, as my great grandfather was born there. Shortly, they moved to Wil. Del. Reply?

James Logan in Delaware

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Erika, I can't match the dates and names you have but your post intrigued me nevertheless.

I too am hunting for info on my James Logan descendant, who was born in PA (I'm guessing around 1770-80 period) and later migrated to Wilmington, DE. I've tracked my James Logan to the 1820 1830 census but lost him after that time. My James was said to have laid the first waterpipes in the city of Wilmington in 1827 (according to my g-g-grandmother's obituary and a couple of local history books.)

Strangely enough, James daughter (my g-g-grandmother), Mary Jane Logan was born in PA on 6 Sept 1826 at a time I thought this Logan family would have been in DE. I think they moved back and forth between Wilmington and PA and suspect nearby Chester Co. or Delaware Co. as likely sources of their immigration/emmigration.

My James Logan was married Jane Logan (maiden name unknown.) She was also born in PA in the late 1700's but I have no additional info on her.

Have you located your James Logan (b. 1760) on any census? What documentation do you have on him? It's possible James could have married Isabelle Reid AND, later (after divorce of death), Jane Logan.

Please contact me. I'm interested to hear what you have.

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I saw your message looking for a connection to
a Junot. My family name is Junot and I think it
would be interesting to see if there is a connection
between Junot's in Pennsylvania and Junot's in Louisiana.

Please let me hear from you.
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