Husband: William H. Logan
Born: 1787
Died: 1853

Wife: Elizabeth (Betsy) (Crawford) Logan
Born: 1774
Died: 1830

Alexander Logan 1814 -1900 [R275]
James Harvey Logan, b. 1818 in Rockbridge County Va.
William E. Logan, m. Sarah E. Moore (dau. of John Wood Moore,
    [R354]), ch. Esta (m. __ Pinkerton), Mary Betty (m. __ Glenn), d. in
    Harrisonburg Va.
John Logan, d. in Pocahontas County W.Va.
Joseph Logan, d. in Valley Head W.Va.
Robert A. Logan

William and Elizabeth Logan lived at first in Rockbridge County Va. He was a Captain in the War of 1812 [S105] and “a Colonel in the Virginia Military” [Militia?] [S120]. According to [S105] the family moved to Randolph County in 1823 or 1827 and set up the first grist mill and saw mill in the area, south of Valley Head. (However this is contradicted by [S087], which says the first saw-mill in Mingo was built by Edward Wood and John Smiley at the Laurel Thicket, on H. C. Tolly’s place near Valley Head, in 1822; see [R003].) William was a charter elder of the Mingo Presbyterian Church, organized in 1833 [S121].

James Harvey Logan was educated in Lexington Va., in what is now Washington and Lee University. He was a teacher and scholar, “liberal in politics and religion.” He was a Mayor of Beverly W.Va., and became a civil engineer who dealt in real estate [S105].

Sources: [S031, S105, S120, S159]