Texas Confederate Pension Application, William Henry Logan, Cleburne, Johnson County, Texas, 1903

William Henry Logan — W.H. Logan — was the son of Hillary Logan and Abigail Wallace Logan. After serving as a member of Captain Hiram W. Cooke’s Mounted Ranging Company in Coryell County, Texas, in 1861, he joined Co. B, 30th Texas Cavalry, Confederate States of America (C.S.A.). He was a bugler. After the war, W.H. Logan was a carpenter. He applied for a Texas Confederate pension in 1903 suffering from asthma. William Henry Logan died 13 January 1912 in Johnson County, Texas. His widow, Rietta “Etta” Jane Chrisman or Crisman Logan, applied for a Texas Widow’s Pension in 1912. She died in 1941 in Johnson County, Texas.

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Scan 2 (1).jpgThe remainder of this set of documents consists of:

  • Affidavit of Physician
  • Certificate of County Judge
  • Certificate of County Commissioners
  • Interrogatories to Witnesses in Pension Claims
  • Direct Interrogatories to be Propounded to the Witness
  • Cross Interrogatories

Source: Texas State Archives

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