Drury Logan’s Bounty Land Warrant for service in 1st Regiment, South Carolina militia (Mean’s), Captain Hendrick’s company, War of 1812

Drury Logan served in the War of 1812 in Mean’s 1st South Carolina Regiment (militia) along with John Trammell. Drury Logan assigned the land he received for his service (Bounty Land) to Hilyard Trammel, John Trammell’s son, in 1852.

Drury Logan married Polly Bias on or shortly after the date of the Lincoln County, North Carolina, marriage bond: 19 November 1805. Drury Logan was born c. 1781 and died after 1860. No dates known with certainty for Polly Bias Logan.

Bounty Land Warrant researched by Foy Morgan, shared by Patricia Krueger



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