Mary Jane Dickerson Logan family Bible — Marriages — Benton County, Missouri

Mary Jane Dickerson married Drury Armstead Logan in Benton County, Missouri.


Shared by Sharron Rustman


Page from Mary Jane Dickerson Logan family Bible — Births

Mary Jane Dickerson married Drury Armstead Logan, son of Joab L. Logan and Telitha Dodson Logan. Drury and Mary Logan and their children lived in Benton County, Missouri.


Shared by Sharron Rustman (Sharron notes that she was told this was Mary Jane’s Bible; however, it might have belonged to one of her children.)



Maxine Logan, Washington, Iowa, Centennial, 1939

Maxine Logan was the daughter of Al Logan and DeIna Buhrman Logan. This photograph from the Washington Evening Journal, Washington, Washington County, Iowa, was shared by Jim Logan.

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Grandchildren of DeIna Ruth Buhrman Logan and Allen “Al” Logan, Davenport, Scott County, Iowa, 1962

Front row: Greta Logan, Sarah Logan, Cindy Logan, Mike Jones

Second row: Mark Logan, Tom Logan, Carla Sue “Susie” Jones, Deb Logan, Jim Logan

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Water conservation pioneers, Washington, Iowa: Early adopters grow by a third as Tom Logan joins the movement

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Mike Jones, Tom Logan, Jim Logan


Water conservation — early adopters, Mike Jones and Jim Logan, Washington, Iowa

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Obituary: James Logan, Perry County, Illinois, 1893-1967

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Death certificate: George B. McClellan Chorpenning/Chorpening, 1861-1919; Cora Chorpenning Porter tombstone

A Chorpenning / Chorpening descendant wondered if we have a copy of George B. McClellan Chorpenning’s death certificate. Yes, we do (below).

Cora Belle Logan, daughter of Reuben Logan and Anna Guthrie (Maxwell) Logan, was born 13 December 1871 in Smothersville, Franklin County, Illinois. She married George B. McClellan Chorpenning in 1889 in Coulterville, Randolph County, Illinois. George Chorpenning’s father, William H. Chorpenning, died 3 June 1864 of wounds received in battle with Co. F, 11th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry. George’s namesake, George B. McClellan, was the commanding general of the Army of the Potomac and, in 1864, the Democratic candidate for President of the U.S. running against Abraham Lincoln.

After George B. McClellan Chorpenning’s death, Cora married Tom Porter in 1924 in Washington, Washington County, Iowa. Cora Belle Logan Chorpenning Porter died 27 August 1937 in Washington, Iowa.

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(Note that the stamp spells “Genealogical” incorrectly.)

George B. McClellan Chorpenning is buried at Oak Grove Presbyterian Cemetery in Pilot Knob Township, Washington County, Illinois. There is no longer a tombstone extant, although one was once there. Cora Chorpenning Porter is buried at Elm Grove Cemetery, Washington, Washington County, Iowa.

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Photograph taken by cousin Jim Logan for the Iowa Gravestone Photo Project. Used with permission from both.


Photograph: Benjamin Gaffney Logan, Etta Ann Wells Logan, and Marion Vesco Logan, Kings Mountain, Cleveland County, North Carolina, 1902

Benjamin Gaffney Logan, son of Leonidas Marion Logan and Elizabeth “Lizzie” Sarah Herndon Logan, was born 17 January 1877 in Cleveland County, North Carolina. Ben Logan was one of 5 sons of L.M. and Lizzie Herndon Logan. Etta Ann Wells, daughter of Alexander Vesco “Dan” Wells and Lucy Ann Blalock Wells, was born 22 April 1881 in Cleveland County, NC. Marion Vesco Logan was born 2 May 1902.

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Copy furnished by Betty Logan