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|David Waller||1865 gravestones|
Most of the gravestones of that period of time are unreadable. The one that I took may have been of the Logan family burial. It looks like William but I will not say for sure. The section of the cemetery is of the correct date.
|Vonnie L Cantrell||RE: Logans at Kings Mountain|
Thank you for your lovely note: it is especially gratifying when someone lets me know that I have helped them "make the connection". Since the Logans are not my line, I do not have in-depth research on them. If you are on ancestry.com, feel free to connect to my family tree: the information I have is yours. If you are not on ancestry, please let me know and I will send you an invitation so you can access any information I have. I am including the below - thought you might enjoy it.
THE KING'S MOUNTAIN MEN 201
Logan. Joseph and William were Lincoln men in the
company of Mattocks, and were close to their captain
when he fell early in the engagement. The Logans were
from Virginia. William married Jane Black, was pen-
sioned, and after the war removed to York district, South
Carolina, where he died in 1832, aged eighty-three. There
are many descendants. His brother Joseph became a
James is listed by Summers.