Jack Logan is standing beside the sign. This was part of the tour at the Logan Family Reunion in Allen County, Kentucky. When Bethlehem Church was founded, this was Warren County. Allen County was created in 1815.
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.
Photograph furnished by Tim Riead
Photograph contributed by Betty Logan
Harriet N. Logan, daughter of Carroll Bias Logan and Lucinda “Lucy” Ann Venable Logan, married Josiah Bigham. She and Andrew Jackson Logan were twins. Harriet Logan Bigham died in 1868 and is buried with the Bigham family at Hopewell Cemetery in Perry County, Illinois. Older records have more information about the full tombstone inscription, but this fragment was all Jack Logan and I could find in the cemetery.
Sharon Griggs married Jack Logan. They were high school sweethearts.
Fourth row, third from left
Front row, left to right: Marge Logan Shew, DeIna Buhrman Logan, Theo Logan, Maxine Logan Jones
Back row: James Logan, Jay Logan, Katie Logan Clark, John Logan, Jack Logan
Visiting son, Jack Logan, and family, and daughter, Theo Logan, in Washington, D.C. Date unknown.