Joshua Ewing Logan, son of Young Logan and Sarah “Sally” Graham Logan, was born 13 November 1829 in Allen County, Kentucky. Joshua E. Logan married Martha “Mattie” L. Green, daughter of John S. Green and Jane Morris Green, 8 March 1858 in Franklin, Simpson County, Kentucky.
Joshua E. Logan served as a private in Co. A, 52nd Regiment, Kentucky Mounted Infantry (Union), during the Civil War.
Mattie Green Logan died 16 June 1901 in Logan County, Kentucky. Joshua E. Logan died 21 June 1913. He and Mattie are buried in Logan Graveyard, Logan County, Kentucky.
Furnished by Sue Pearson Carpenter
Dillingham Dodson, son of Charles Dodson and Lucy Morgan Dodson, was born along the Keowee River in South Carolina 10 June 1777. Dillingham Dodson married Mahala Logan, daughter of Joseph Logan and Anna “Annie” Bias Logan in Pendleton District (assumed), South Carolina, 27 September 1799. Dillingham and Mahala moved to Warren County, Kentucky, around 1800-1803. In 1815, Allen County, Kentucky, was created out of the area where Dillingham, Mahala, and their children lived.
Elisha Jefferson Dodson was the son of Charles Dodson and Lucy Morgan Dodson. He was born in March of 1788 in North Carolina. He married (first) Betsy G. Wren. After her death in 1813, he married Jane Elizabeth Blackwell.
Elisha J. Dodson moved to Madison County, Alabama. His brother, Armstead Dodson, had previously moved there. Elisha was a Methodist minister; Armstead a Baptist minister. In 1832, Elisha J. Dodson was a preacher on the Jackson County, Alabama, circuit. He died 29 July 1842 in Marshall County, Tennessee.