Leroy Garrison, son of Harry Garrison and Josephine Jack Garrison, died 2 May 1931 in Pershing, Osage County, Oklahoma. Leroy Ray Garrison was 6 days old. He is buried at Dewey Cemetery, Dewey, Washington County, Oklahoma.
Source: Bartlesville Morning Examiner, Bartlesville, Washington County, Oklahoma, Sunday edition, May 3, 1931, page 3
Source: Bartlesville Daily Enterprise, Bartlesville, Washington County, Oklahoma, Saturday, May 2, 1931, page 2
Harry Dean Garrison, son of Harry Garrison and Emily Josephine Jack Garrison, died 24 June 1940 in Pershing, Osage County, Oklahoma. He is buried at Dewey Cemetery, Dewey, Washington County, Oklahoma. He was almost 12 years old.
Source: Bartlesville, Oklahoma, Public Library
Sarah E. Logan, daughter of Drury Logan and Sarah Ann Lyons Logan, was born 27 August 1845 at Marissa, St. Clair County, Illinois. She married Robert Given(s) 10 or 12 February 1863 in Marissa. They moved to DeWitt County, Illinois, in 1865. Their three daughters died in 1888, 1889, and 1896 respectively, all of consumption (tuberculosis). Sarah E. Logan Givens died 9 or 10 August 1913 in Weldon, DeWitt County, Illinois. The DeWitt County Register of Death follows:
From the Sunday Wilmington Star, 15 August 1982, page 3B
Orange County, Governor Josiah Martin
“The Humble Petition of the inhabitance [sic] of the north part of Orange County Humble Sheweth…” “That whereas by the large Extent of Said County it renders it very Burdensom [sic] to Attend General Musters & Courts….”
Among the signers: John Boling, Wm. Bridges, Sr., Wm. Bridges, Jr., John Byas, Robert Byas, William Byas, Joseph Logan.
Source: The Colonial Records of North Carolina, Volume IX — 1771-1775, William L. Saunders, Secretary of State, Raleigh, North Carolina
Money paid into North Carolina Public Treasury on Cherokee Bonds. Names cited include Drury Logan, Moses Addington, Ledfords, and Kimseys. Legislative session of 1842-1843. Source: Laws of the State of North Carolina, 1843
Esom (also spelled Eson) Logan deed, Rutherford County, North Carolina, to Barneby Jolley (Jolly). The document is dated May 5, 1830. The deed was written February 10, 1825. Witnesses are George Hamrick and James Jolley. Eson Logan made his mark, being unable to write his name. (Click on the link below to see the document.)