2 edition of Maryland family of Logsdon found in the catalog.
Maryland family of Logsdon
Edwin Charles Welch
|Statement||compiled by Edwin C. Welch.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.L823 1955|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||61 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||61|
|LC Control Number||75322739|
The Durbin Family of MD and PA. It has been brought to my attention that there is absolutely no proof for the parentage of Samuel Durbin of Maryland and the info on this page must be used with caution. NOTES in brown are from Bill Durbin, another researcher . Samuel in , was appointed Overseer of Roads in his District (near Owings Mill, a few miles west of Baltimore) which was the Old Garrison Road near the Logsdon Property [Ref: Maryland Historical Soc. Magazine, Vol 19] He was still the road overseer in Baltimore Co., MD. as of March / 30 [Ref: Maryland Historical Magazine ].
The Durbin And Logsdon Genealogy with Related Families (Source: Heritage Books) ($) Colonial Families of Maryland includes John Durham (Source: Genealogical Publishing Company and Clearfield Company) ($). Records show that a William Logsdon was transported to America in (B p early records of Maryland). About 25 years later a shipload of young girls was gathered from the Irish Coast and brought over to be wives of the settlers.
Explore genealogy for Margaret (Logsdon) Sapp born abt. Baltimore, Province of Maryland died including ancestors + more in the free family tree community. login Margaret (Logsdon. William Logsdon was born in , at birth place, Maryland, to Elisha Logsdon and Rebecca, L Logsdon. William had 20 siblings: Elisha Logsdon, Rebecca Logsdon and 18 other siblings. William married Mary Logsdon on month day , at age 20 at marriage place, Kentucky.
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Create Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. Books: "The Maryland family of Logsdon", Edwin C. Welch Microreproduction of original published: Santa Barbara, Calif.: E.C. Welch, [?].
61 leaves. At LDS Library. Betty Jewell Durbin Carson on Durbin And Logsdon with related Genealogy, 4 to6 volumes. "Logsdon: the Amazing Family", by Clarence Logsdon ==== Brief History of Carroll County. If you are interested in genealogy or believe you are related to the Boston family this is the book to purchase.
The amount of detailed information in this book is tremendous. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Amazon Customer. out of 5 stars The Boston family of Maryland books/5(4). Get this from a library. Logsdons in (and from) Allegany Co., MD,and some descendants.
[Richard T Koch] -- John Logsdon of Frederick County, Maryland (//7), son of William I and Honora O'Flynn Logsdon, married Margaret Wooley (ca. /7), Maryland family of Logsdon book of John and Annie Maria Wooley. Some. Full text of "The Maryland Logsdon family" Listed Frederick Co.
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Baltimore County was created 30 June from Anne Arundel seat: Towson 12 Januaryearliest known record of political action, when a writ was issued to its sheriff.
6 Junea portion was set off to create Cecil County.; 10 Junea portion combined with portion from Prince George's county set off to create Frederick County. Visit our other sites: Other Sites. Carla Logsdon passed away in Cumberland, Maryland. This is the full obituary story where you can express condolences and share memories.
Services by Adams Family Funeral Home. List Family History, Family Album By ship to Maryland Pennsylvania: List, John H. LIVERS: Arnold Livers Family in America (Lyvers, Lievers) Donnelly, Sister Mary Louise LOC HIST REF B: Sykesville, Past and Present: Barrow, Healan LOGSDON: A History and Genealogy of the Logsdon-Kelly Families: Logsdon, Harry C.
LOGSDON. Genealogy profile for Lawrence Logsdon Lawrence Logsdon ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Lawrence Logsdon ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
William Logsdon was born on September 2, in St. John's Parish, Bedford, Bedfordshire, England, son of James Logsdon and Jane James. He was married on Septem in St James Catholic Church, Baltimore, Baltimore Co, Maryland, Verenigde Staten to Honora O'Flynn, they had 9 children.
He died after Septem in Fort Tobacco, Carroll Co, Maryland, Verenigde Staten. Carla Jean Logsdon Obituary. Here is Carla Jean Logsdon’s obituary. Please accept Echovita’s sincere condolences.
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Carla Jean Logsdon of Cumberland, Maryland, born in Meyersdale, Pennsylvania, who passed away on Augat the age of 59, leaving to mourn family and friends. ***** From the book, "History of Cumberland" by Will Lowdermilk, publised in and republished in List of settlers located on lands "west of Fort Cumberland", ca.
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Julian (Logsdon) Twigg 01 Oct Maryland, United States - 11 Aug managed by Mark Burch last edited 1 Jul James Amon Logsdon 02 Apr Baltimore, Maryland - 14 Mar Ralphael Logsdon 23 May Mount Savage, Allegany, Maryland - 23 May managed by Shawn Logsdon last edited 30 Jun Brenda Faye Logsdon, 76, of Owensboro, died peacefully on Monday, August 3,with her family by her side at the Heartford House residential facility of Hospice of Western Kentucky.
DURBIN-LOGSDON FAMILY HISTORY PREPARED BY SHIRLEY WATERMAN HARRIS DURBIN - Joseph Pius “Squire” Durbin was born Jan. 9, in KY, the son of Joseph Sr. and Sarah Elizabeth Logsdon Durbin. Joseph came to Christian County, IL with his parents and the James M.
Logsdon and Nathan Painter families. William Logsdon, Sr., The Immigrant, and Honor Oflynn Family. By William Jesse (Jeppy) Durbin. William Logsdon, Sr. was born in England and died prior to Sunday March 3. in Maryland, married in to Honor Oflynn, born in Ireland, a beautiful Irish girl, a captive from the coast of Ireland.
He had at least two children, Christopher and William, who were both born in Baltimore, Maryland. The first known Logsdon in America was William who came over with Captain Samuel Smith inlanding in Virginia.
Descendants reside in Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio and other parts of the United States. Description. Many of the early settlers came from the West Midlands in England, although the Maryland families were composed of a variety of European nationalities, e.g.
French, Irish, Welsh, Scottish, Swedish, in addition to English. Maryland was uniquely created as a colony for Catholic aristocracy and gentry, but Anglicanism eventually came to dominate, partly through influence from.The name Logsdon arrived in England after the Norman Conquest of The Logsdon family lived in Lockton, which was the name of a chapelry in the parish of Middleton, in North Riding of place-name Lockton is derived from the Old English word loc(a), which means enclosure.
In Old English, this word took on the additional meaning of a bridge.Senior Deputy First Class Mark F. Logsdon, age 43 from Fallston MD, beloved husband of Jennifer R. (Schott) Logsdon was killed suddenly in the line of duty on Febru Mark is the son of John Patrick and Debra Ann (Cook) is survived by his wife, Jennifer; son, Darin; daughters, Bethany and Megan, and an unborn grandchild due in April.