William A. Logan received a gunshot wound in the Civil War which resulted in his leg being amputated. He tried to use an artificial leg, but was unable to. He applied to have his pension increased to $18 a month and it was. William A. Logan was the son of Euclid Washington Logan and Queen Della Benedict Logan.
Affidavit of E.W. Login and Queen D. Login attesting to the births of William A. Logan’s and Sarah M. (Garrison) Logan’s children in 1877. William A. Logan is deceased. The family now lives in Henry County, Missouri.
Declaration for Original Pension of a Widow and Children Under Sixteen Surviving, Butler County, Kansas, 1876. Sarah M. (Garrison) Logan’s father is Zachariah M. Garrison, signature below. (Zachariah Milton Garrison was the son of Luther Alexander Stamps Garrison and Mahala “Millie” or “Milly” Logan Garrison. Zachariah Milton Garrison was named for his grandfathers, Zachariah Logan and John Milton Garrison.)
Certificate attesting to marriage of Miss Sarah M. Garrison and William A. Logan, Perry County, Illinois, 26 July 1857, document signed 16 February 1877, Pinckneyville, Perry County, Illinois, by W.S.D. Smith, County Clerk