Our thanks to Kay Dawson who uncovered two more deeds for Elijah B. Logan in Spartanburgh District, South Carolina. In Logan Connections, we have an 1822 deed to Elijah B. and another to him in 1833 and again in 1836 (pages 114 and 115). Our additional information is as follows for 1825 and 1826:
28 Nov 1825, Thomas Thomas (Spartanburgh Dist) to Elijah B. Logan (same) for $85 sold a certain tract of land in said List. on the waters of Thickety Creek, containing 45 acres land. Witness George Richards, John R. Richards. Signed Thomas Thomas. Witness oath by John R. Richards 9 Mar 1826 to F.W. Robertson J.P. Rec. 31 Dec 1833.
6 Nov 1826, Ephraim Smith (Spartanburgh Dist) to Elijah B. Logan (same), for $25 sold a certain tract of land in said Dist., containing 50 acres more or less, on the waters of Thickety creek. Border: Preuet, Frances Little, Lee Linder, Ephraim Smith, Lick Branch. Witness George Richards, Moses Webber. Signed Ephraim Smith. Witness oath by George Richards 2 Mar 1827 to Geo. Camp J.Q. Rec. 31 Dec 1833.
The source for the above deeds is: Spartanburg County/District South Carolina Deed Abstracts, Books A-T 1785-1827 by Albert Bruce Pruitt, 1989.
Elijah B. Logan was the son of William Logan and Jane Margaret Black of York County, South Carolina, born circa 1788. He married Patsy _____.