Cora Gregory Logan, Perry County, Illinois, 1873-1940

Cora Gregory, daughter of James Gregory and Jane McCluny Gregory, was born 30 March 1873 in Perry County, Illinois. She married Enoch F. Logan 9 April 1894. Enoch Franklin Logan was the son of William Logan, in turn the son of Zachariah Logan and Margaret “Peggy” Brown Logan, and Matilda Thaxton Logan. Enoch’s two previous wives both died.

Cora and Enoch Logan had one child, Naomi Logan, born either 31 August or 1 September 1907 in Perry County, Illinois (conflicting sources).

After Enoch’s death in 1924, Cora married (second) Andrew Jackson “A.J.” “Jack” Logan, son of James W. Logan and Eveline Wilson Logan, in 1928. Cora Gregory Logan died 8 January 1940 in Perry County, Illinois. She and Enoch are buried at Brown Cemetery.

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Photograph furnished by Tim Riead

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Tom Logan, Lee’s Summit, Missouri, 1948-2001

Thomas Edward Logan — Tom Logan — was born in Sedalia, Pettis County, Missouri. He was a great track and cross-country athlete in high school and at Northeast Missouri State University, now Truman State University. Tom continued his active life as a runner, canoeist, and cyclist after graduating. He was enthusiastic and engaged in many things. Family was tops and Tom got into genealogy. His work was extremely helpful for Logan Connections. A great guy gone way too soon.

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Photo contributed by Diane Logan

Newspaper articles about Zachariah Milton Garrison and Mary Lucinda Brock Garrison, ranging from 1870 to 1916

Zachariah Milton “Cain” Garrison was the son of Luther Alexander Stamps Garrison and Mahala “Millie/Milly” Logan Garrison. Milly or Millie Logan was the daughter of Zachariah Logan and Margaret “Peggy” Brown Logan. Both Z.M. Garrison and Milly Logan were born in Allen County, Kentucky. Zachariah Milton Garrison was named for his two grandfathers, Zachariah Logan and John Milton Garrison.

(After Mahala “Milly” Logan Garrison died of measles, Luther Garrison married Eliza Logan, Milly’s cousin.)

Z.M. Garrison married Mary Lucinda Brock. She was born in Silverdale, Lawrence County, Indiana, daughter of Levi Thomas Brock and Mary Lucinda Hedrick Brock. Mary Lucinda Brock Garrison and Z.M. Garrison had 15, 16, or 17 children. (Sources vary.) They lived in Kentucky, Mary Lucinda in Indiana, Missouri, Illinois, Missouri again, Oklahoma, and Kansas.

Z.M. Garrison died in 1908 in Dewey, Indian Territory. Mary Lucinda Brock died in Dewey in 1927. They are both buried at Dewey Cemetery, Washington County, Oklahoma.

Z.M. Garrison was active in local government and also was a Civil War veteran so there are many articles about him. As was typical of the time, everyday women’s lives tended to be invisible in print, but we can get a glimpse into Mary Lucinda’s active life, too — beyond her role as the mother of so many children — from the following slice-of-life articles.

Regarding 1870 and the history of Spring Township, Butler County, Kansas:

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“Garrison returned to Bates county, Mo., and left T.L. Kelley and myself on the claims to “hold the fort” until their return….”

Source: Walnut Valley Times, El Dorado, Butler County, Kansas, 15 March 1895

1872: Z.M. Garrison is the Assessor for Spring Township in Butler County, Kansas.

Source: Walnut Valley Times, El Dorado, Butler County, Kansas, 12 July 1872

1874: Z.M. Garrison was a member of the Spring Valley Grange.

Source: Walnut Valley Times, El Dorado, Butler County, Kansas, 27 November 1874. Note: He also is listed as a member of The Grange in several other years.

1877:

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Source: Walnut Valley Times, El Dorado, Butler County, Kansas, 27 July 1877

1880:

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Source: Walnut Valley Times, El Dorado, Butler County, Kansas, 7 May 1880

1885:

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Source: Greenwood County Republican, Eureka, Greenwood County, Kansas, 3 July 1885

1890:

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Source: Eureka Herald & Greenwood County Republican, Eureka, Greenwood County, Kansas, 21 March 1890

Reference to “… Z.M. Garrison, county organizer of Greenwood county ….”

Source: Eureka Herald & Greenwood County Republican, Eureka, Greenwood County, Kansas, 25 July 1890

1894: Z.M. Garrison and son, Thomas, went to Caney last week. It is said they are looking for a better location.”

Source: Eureka Herald & Greenwood County Republican, Eureka, Greenwood County, Kansas, 24 August 1894

1904:

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Source: Muskogee Daily Phoenix, Muskogee, Muskogee County, Oklahoma, 7 December 1904

 

1916: “Pleasant Valley” — Mrs. Z. Garrison of Dewey, Okla. is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Andy Fields.”

Source: Daily Republican, Burlington, Coffey County, Kansas, 16 August 1916