Cameron County Genealogy Project

Logue Family

Contributed by Pete Bennett


Descendants of ADAM LOGUE

 

 

Generation No. 1

1. ADAM1 LOGUE was born 1751 in DERRY, IRELAND, and died 04 Apr 1836. He married MARY Unknown Female.

Notes for ADAM LOGUE:

According to the research of Lois Jordan of Kersey, PA, Adam was a resident in

the United States by 1751. He was married on 28 Jun 1792 to Nancy Sterret at

the First Presbyterian Church. Adam served in the Revolutionary War first

under Captain John Lenzan and later under Captain Samuel Posselwait when he

marched to Woodbridge, NJ and Fort Lee, NJ to take action in the Battle of Long

Island. He was married twice. Nancy was his first wife.

 

Children of ADAM LOGUE and MARY ? are:

i. ADAM2 LOGUE.

2. ii. ARCHIBALD LOGUE, b. Abt. 1793, PA.

3. iii. THOMAS LOGUE, b. Abt. 1794, PA; d. GROVE TOWNSHIP, CLINTON, PA.

4. iv. GEORGE LOGUE, b. 14 Jun 1799, ADAMS, PA.

 

Generation No. 2

 

2. ARCHIBALD2 LOGUE (ADAM1) was born Abt. 1793 in PA. He married MARY MEYERS.

Notes for ARCHIBALD LOGUE:

THE INFORMATION ON ARCHIBALD LOGUE, HIS WIFE MARY MEYERS LOGUE AND HIS THIRTEEN

CHILDREN CAME FROM THE "LOGUE FAMILY BIBLE OF CAMERON AND POTTER COUNTIES'

WHICH BELONGS TO MRS. LOUISA LOGUE JOHNSON OF KITTANING, PENNSYLVANIA.

IN DECEMBER, 1831, ARCH LOGUE WAS A SAWMILL OWNER. (HISTORY OF McKEAN, ELK,

CAMERON AND POTTER COUNTIES, VOL. 1, 1890, P 1120.

 

Notes for MARY MEYERS:

INFORMATION ON MARY MEYERS LOGUE AND HER CHILDREN CAME FROM "THE LOGUE FAMILY

BIBLE OF CAMERON AND POTTER COUNTIES". THE BIBLE BELONGS TO MRS. LOUISA LOGUE

JOHNSON OF KITTANING, PENNSYLVANIA.

 

Children of ARCHIBALD LOGUE and MARY MEYERS are:

I. GEORGE3 LOGUE, b. 11 Aug 1814.

ii. ARCHIBALD LOGUE, b. 22 Jul 1816; m. ELIZA BAILEY.

Notes for ARCHIBALD LOGUE:

IF THIS ARCHIBALD LOGUE IS THE SAME ARCHIBALD LOGUE THAT IS BURIED EITHER IN

THE BROOKS OR ROOT CEMETERY IN POTTER COUNTY THERE IS SOME CONFUSION AS TO HIS

BIRTH DATE. ACCORDING TO THE LOGUE FAMILY BIBLE OF CAMERON AND POTTER COUNTY

WHICH IS IN THE HANDS OF MRS. LOUISA LOGUE JOHNSON OF KITTANING, PA, ARCHIBALD

WAS BORN ON 22 JUL 1816; ACCORDING TO CEMETERY RECORDS ARCHIBALD WAS 67 YEARS,

0 MONTHS AND 21 DAYS OLD WHEN HE DIED ON 15 AUG 1882 WHICH WOULD PLACE HIS

BIRTHDAY ON 25 JUL 1815.

5. iii. ADAM LEVERSON LOGUE, b. 24 Apr 1818, GROVE TOWNSHIP, CAMERON, PA.

6. iv. JANE E. LOGUE, b. 02 Feb 1820.

v. JAMES LOGUE, b. 20 Jul 1821.

vi. MARY M. LOGUE, b. 02 Aug 1823.

vii. THOMAS LOGUE, b. 25 Mar 1825.

viii. ELEANOR LOGUE, b. 06 Nov 1826.

ix. ELIZABETH LOGUE, b. 27 Sep 1828.

7. x. JOHN M. LOGUE, b. 14 Dec 1830; d. 23 Mar 1901.

8. xi. SALLY ANN LOGUE, b. 14 Nov 1832; d. 26 Jan 1910.

xii. MATILDA LOGUE, b. 1834.

xiii. EMELINE LOGUE, b. 14 Feb 1836.

3. THOMAS2 LOGUE (ADAM1) was born Abt. 1794 in PA, and died in GROVE TOWNSHIP, CLINTON, PA. He married (1) ELIZABETH JORDAN, daughter of JAMES JORDAN and MERCY EMERY. He married (2) AMANDA MEAD. He married (3) NANCY JORDAN.

Notes for THOMAS LOGUE:

Previous (to May, 1991) information led us to believe that Thomas married first

Amanda Mead, second Nancy Brooks and third Elizabeth Jordan. A history of Cam

eron, PA had given his children with Amanda Mead as Lemira, Alvira, Mary and

Amanda. His children with Nancy Brooks were Sarah Jane, Julia and Henderson.

His only child with Elizabeth Jordan was Harrison.

The 1850 census for Clinton County (Cameron County had not yet been formed)

lists Thomas Logue (56), Nancy (46), Lamira (21), Alvira (19), Sarah J. (10),

Julianna (7) and Thomas (8 months). Since we know that Harrison was born in

1820 and would have been 30 years old at the time of this census, Thomas must

have been married first to Elizabeth Jordan; since Lamira and Alvira were the

ages they were in 1850, Thomas had to have been married second to Amanda Mead

and third to Nancy Brooks. Also living in Thomas Logue's household at the time

of the 1850 census were Rebecca and Mary E. Brooks who were 21 and 14 years

old, respectively. Perhaps Thomas' wife, Nancy, had been married previously

and these were daughters from that marriage. Also living in his household was

Allen Mead who was 5 years old and was probably some relation to Thomas' second

wife, Amanda Mead.

The following was gleaned from the History of McKean, Elk, Cameron and Potter

Counties, Vol. 1, 1890:

In February, 1890, Thomas Logue was chosen as one of two school

directors in Portage Township, Cameron County, PA. (p. 1111)

In 1845 the first schoolhouse was built in Wharton, 1 and 1/4 miles

from the Cameron County line where Thomas Logue now lives.

 

Child of THOMAS LOGUE and ELIZABETH JORDAN is:

9. I. HARRISON3 LOGUE, b. 02 Jan 1820, GIBSON TOWNSHIP, CAMERON, PA; d. 03 Jul 1904, HUNTLEY, CAMERON, PA.

 

Children of THOMAS LOGUE and AMANDA MEAD are:

ii. AMANDA3 LOGUE, m. WASHINGTON SHAFFER.

iii. LAMIRA LOGUE, b. Abt. 1829; m. WILLIAM STAMP.

iv. ALVIRA LOGUE, b. Abt. 1831; m. COLLINS LYMAN.

10. v. MARY M LOGUE, b. 1836; d. 1910.

 

Children of THOMAS LOGUE and NANCY JORDAN are:

11. vi. SARAH JANE3 LOGUE, b. 1841, GROVE TOWNSHIP, CAMERON, PA; d. 1918, HUNTLEY, CAMERON, PA.

12. vii. JULIA ANN LOGUE, b. 11 Sep 1844; d. 11 Jul 1903.

viii. HENDERSON LOGUE, b. Abt. 1849; d. 08 Dec 1889.

Notes for HENDERSON LOGUE:

Henderson's name appears as Thomas H. in the 1850 census. His coffin was

ordered by Phineas Mason. Its size was 6' and cost $25.35.

 

4. GEORGE2 LOGUE (ADAM1) was born 14 Jun 1799 in ADAMS, PA. He married LAMIRA FRANCES DEWEY.

Notes for GEORGE LOGUE:

ACCORDING TO A HISTORY OF CAMERON COUNTY PENNSYLVANIA, THREE BROTHERS, GEORGE,

ARCHIE AND THOMAS LOGUE SETTLED IN THE AREA ABOUT 1816/17. AN 1850 CENSUS

SHOWS A GEORGE, AN ARCHIBALD AND A THOMAS LOGUE LIVING CLOSE TO EACH OTHER IN

GROVE TOWNSHIP, CLINTON COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA. CAMERON COUNTY HAD NOT YET BEEN

FORMED.

 

Children of GEORGE LOGUE and LAMIRA DEWEY are:

I. JOHN MILLER3 LOGUE, b. 03 Apr 1819, CLINTON, PA; m. SARAH JANE MURRAY, 1843, CLINTON, PA.

ii. ADALINE THANKFUL LOGUE, b. 27 Jul 1820, CLINTON, PA; d. 27 Aug 1820.

iii. MARY ANN LOGUE, b. 12 Sep 1821, CLINTON, PA; m. ALBERT JESSE HOYT, 28 Nov 1844, CLINTON, PA.

iv. MOISELLE LARNE LOGUE, b. 29 Nov 1822, CLINTON, PA; m. ELIAS BARR, 1846, CLINTON, PA.

v. SAMUEL MOORE LOGUE, b. 02 Aug 1824, CLINTON, PA.

vi. ADAM JAMES LOGUE, b. 24 May 1827, CLINTON, PA.

vii. GEORGE THOMAS LOGUE, b. 25 Jun 1829, CLINTON, PA.

viii. EUNICE ELVIRA LOGUE, b. 27 Aug 1830, CLINTON, PA; d. 08 Jun 1831.

ix. SIBYL AMANDA LOGUE, b. 16 Feb 1833, CLINTON, PA; m. CHARLES EDMOND EDWARD HONSTAIN, 06 Feb 1850, CLINTON, PA.

x. ELIZABETH LOGUE, b. 17 Aug 1834, CLINTON, PA; d. 13 Sep 1834.

Notes for ELIZABETH LOGUE:

SARAH'S TWIN.

 

xi. SARAH LOGUE, b. 17 Aug 1834, CLINTON, PA; d. 06 Oct 1834.

Notes for SARAH LOGUE:

ELIZABETH'S TWIN.

 

xii. CHARLES ROYAL LOGUE, b. 16 Dec 1835, CLINTON, PA; d. 16 Dec 1835.

 

Generation No. 3

 

5. ADAM LEVERSON3 LOGUE (ARCHIBALD2, ADAM1) was born 24 Apr 1818 in GROVE TOWNSHIP, CAMERON, PA. He married SARAH ANN MAHON.

 

Children of ADAM LOGUE and SARAH MAHON are:

13. I. GEORGE ALEXANDER4 LOGUE, b. 25 Dec 1841, POTTER, PA.

ii. THOMAS ELBRIDGE LOGUE, b. 1843, CAMERON, PA.

iii. MARY JANE LOGUE, b. 12 Sep 1844, CAMERON, PA.

iv. WASHINGTON SHAFFER LOGUE, b. 28 Feb 1845, CAMERON, PA.

v. SARAH EMALINE LOGUE, b. 29 Jul 1847, CAMERON, PA.

vi. BETSY LOGUE, b. Abt. 1849, CAMERON, PA.

vii. ANNIE LOGUE, b. 08 Aug 1853, CAMERON, PA.

viii. ELIZA LOGUE, b. Abt. 1855, CAMERON, PA.

6. JANE E.3 LOGUE (ARCHIBALD2, ADAM1) was born 02 Feb 1820. She married NATHAN BAILEY.

 

Child of JANE LOGUE and NATHAN BAILEY is:

14. I. MARY E.4 BAILEY.

7. JOHN M.3 LOGUE (ARCHIBALD2, ADAM1) was born 14 Dec 1830, and died 23 Mar 1901. He married SARAH A CARD.

 

Children of JOHN LOGUE and SARAH CARD are:

15. I. WILLIAM F4 LOGUE, b. 1859; d. 18 Feb 1923, FIRST FORK, CAMERON, PA.

16. ii. JESSE H LOGUE, b. 1865; d. 1938.

17. iii. CHAUNCEY ELNATHAN LOGUE, b. 03 Feb 1875, FIRST FORK, CAMERON, PA; d. 10 Nov 1941, WHARTON TOWNSHIP, POTTER, PA.

8. SALLY ANN3 LOGUE (ARCHIBALD2, ADAM1) was born 14 Nov 1832, and died 26 Jan 1910. She married JOHN J BROOKS, son of BENJAMIN BROOKS and NANCY JORDAN.

Notes for JOHN J BROOKS:

John was a farmer at Logue on the East Fork, Wharton Township, Potter County,

PA

 

Children of SALLY LOGUE and JOHN BROOKS are:

I. WILLIAM4 BROOKS, b. WHARTON TOWNSHIP, POTTER, PA.

18. ii. EMILY ANGELINA BROOKS, b. 04 Nov 1851, WHARTON TOWNSHIP, POTTER, PA.

19. iii. MARY ELZINA BROOKS, b. 13 Apr 1853, EAST FORK, WHARTON TOWNSHIP, POTTER, PA; d. 17 Feb 1938, ROCHESTER, NY.

iv. NANCY ELLA BROOKS, b. 02 Mar 1855, WHARTON TOWNSHIP, POTTER, PA; m. WILBUR GARN.

20. v. ELIZABETH NANDANA BROOKS, b. 28 Jul 1857, LOGUE, WHARTON TOWNSHIP, POTTER, PA; d. 14 Jul 1941.

vi. BENJAMIN BROOKS, b. 31 Jul 1860, WHARTON TOWNSHIP, POTTER, PA.

21. vii. CORNELIUS ELAXANDER BROOKS, b. 01 Oct 1862, WHARTON TOWNSHIP, POTTER, PA; d. 29 Feb 1944.

viii. LUCINDA MELISSA BROOKS, b. 27 Jan 1865, WHARTON TOWNSHIP, POTTER, PA; m. JOSEPH HULL.

ix. JOHN WESLEY BROOKS, b. 09 Apr 1870, WHARTON TOWNSHIP, POTTER, PA.

9. HARRISON3 LOGUE (THOMAS2, ADAM1) was born 02 Jan 1820 in GIBSON TOWNSHIP, CAMERON, PA, and died 03 Jul 1904 in HUNTLEY, CAMERON, PA. He married ELIZABETH NELSON, daughter of DAVID NELSON and ELIZABETH LASCHBAUGH.

Notes for HARRISON LOGUE:

Time of death was 9:30 p.m.

From the Cameron County Press, Emporium, PA, Thursday, July 14, 1904. Found in

the Harrisburg State Library on 8 Jun 1990:

"Died at Huntley, Pa, July 3rd, 1904, on the farm on which he was born and

lived for 84 years, Harrison Logue, a man beloved by his children, respect-

ed and esteemed by all who knew him, a model man, honest and upright. Never in

his and useful life did he wrong a human being. He never had an enemy.

Harrison Logue was married to Elizabeth Nelson in 1843. She died nearly 17

years ago. Mr Logue was the father of eight children all of whom are living,

40 grandchildren, 31 of whom are living and seven great grandchildren of whom

six are now living.

"The funeral took place Wednesday afternoon, July 6th, at two o'clock at the

old Huntley Church. Truly a good man has gone to rest. A short time before he

died, he said, 'Praise the Lord, Praise the Lord forever.' His daughter, Mrs.

Emeline Whitney, grand-daughter, May and grandson Harry, of Superior, Wis.,

arrived the day he died. He recognized them all and spoke to them. At the

close of a quiet, peaceful Sabbath day, typical of his own life, he breathed

his last. At his beside were four of his children, Mrs. Alonzo Nelson, of

Wharton, Pa., Mrs. James D. Whitney, of Superior, Wis., William and David

Logue, both of Huntley, Mrs. Clark Johnson, (Charlotte N.) of Owego, N.Y.,

arrived in time for the funeral."

 

Children of HARRISON LOGUE and ELIZABETH NELSON are:

22. I. CHARLOTTE NANCY4 LOGUE, b. 1845.

23. ii. MALVIN JAMES LOGUE, b. 1846, DRIFTWOOD, CAMERON, PA; d. 17 May 1922.

24. iii. DAVID SCOTT LOGUE, b. May 1848, GROVE TOWNSHIP, CLINTON, PA; d. 31 May 1906, HUNTLEY, CAMERON, PA.

iv. ELIZABETH (LIZA C.) LOGUE, b. 1849.

Notes for ELIZABETH (LIZA C.) LOGUE:

Married to Ambrose Marsh.

 

25. v. WILLIAM HARRISON LOGUE, b. 20 Jun 1850; d. 20 Nov 1924, HUNTLEY, CAMERON, PA.

26. vi. MARY R LOGUE, b. Abt. 1852.

27. vii. EMELINE (EMMA) LOGUE, b. Abt. 1856.

28. viii. ENOCH LOGUE, b. Abt. 1859.

10. MARY M3 LOGUE (THOMAS2, ADAM1) was born 1836, and died 1910. She married HENRY MIX.

Notes for HENRY MIX:

Military record: Co.G, 84 Reg.pv, Civil War.

 

Children of MARY LOGUE and HENRY MIX are:

29. I. AMANDA MALVINA4 MIX, b. 1848; d. 1926.

30. ii. AMY L MIX, b. 12 Oct 1850; d. 21 Mar 1930.

iii. JAMES SCOTT MIX, b. 07 Sep 1851; d. 07 Aug 1855.

11. SARAH JANE3 LOGUE (THOMAS2, ADAM1) was born 1841 in GROVE TOWNSHIP, CAMERON, PA, and died 1918 in HUNTLEY, CAMERON, PA. She married JOHN LEE JOHNSON, son of JOHN JOHNSON and REBECCA BLAKE OR BAKER.

Notes for JOHN LEE JOHNSON:

John was a farmer.

John Lee was a private in Capt. Sanno's Company (Pennsylvania Cavalry) during

the Civil War from 15 Jul 1864 to 30 Oct 1864. He was discharged on 18 Nov

1864.

John Lee died of a head injury.

 

Children of SARAH LOGUE and JOHN JOHNSON are:

I. FRANKLIN H4 JOHNSON, b. 1861; d. 1865.

ii. JOHN ALSON JOHNSON, b. 18 Feb 1866; m. SUSAN ALBRIGHT.

Notes for JOHN ALSON JOHNSON:

In 1913 was a resident of Renovo, Clinton County, PA.

 

31. iii. HARRY E. JOHNSON, b. 29 Oct 1867; d. 06 Jun 1913, KANE, McKEAN, PA.

iv. JOHN EARL JOHNSON, b. 16 Jun 1868.

32. v. JENNIE K. JOHNSON, b. 23 Oct 1869.

33. vi. JESSE EDSEL JOHNSON, b. 16 Jun 1872, DRIFTWOOD, CAMERON, PA; d. 05 Oct 1957.

vii. JERSE JOHNSON, b. 28 Jul 1874; m. BERTHA JECKLEY.

Notes for JERSE JOHNSON:

In 1913 was a resident of Clearfield, Clearfield County, PA.

 

viii. ESTELLA JOHNSON, b. 22 Mar 1876.

ix. LILLY B JOHNSON, b. 1877; d. 1892.

x. NANCY A JOHNSON, b. 1877; d. 1881.

34. xi. PHINNEAS JOHNSON, b. 13 May 1878, DRIFTWOOD, CAMERON, PA; d. 1963.

xii. FLOSSEY JOHNSON, b. 28 Jun 1882.

12. JULIA ANN3 LOGUE (THOMAS2, ADAM1) was born 11 Sep 1844, and died 11 Jul 1903. She married JEROME B. EARL.

 

Child of JULIA LOGUE and JEROME EARL is:

I. JOHN T.4 EARL, b. 16 Jun 1868, STERLING RUN, CAMERON, PA; m. ELEANOR MAY ROTHROCK, 30 Jul 1896, PHILADELPHIA, PHILADELPHIA, PA.

Notes for JOHN T. EARL:

John and Eleanor were married by Rev. Alsop Leffingwell at the Memorial Church

of the Advocate.

Excerpt from Beer's History of Cameron County:

John T. Earl, editor and proprietor of the Gazette, Driftwood, was born at

Sterling Run, Cameron Co., PA, June 16, 1868, a son of Jerome B. Earl, who, at

that time was landlord of the Sterling Hotel, which was situated on the site

now occupied by the Philadelphia & Erie Railroad depot. John T. spent his

childhood in his native town, and in 1874 moved with his parents to Driftwood,

where his father became proprietor of the Driftwood House, where the family

remained until 1876, when the hotel was destroyed by fire. John attended the

public schools of Driftwood until about fifteen years of age, and was a bright

pupil, always standing at the head of his class. As early in life as thirteen

years, his love for writing showed itself, and many well written essays and

debates from his pen were published in the Driftwood Gazette and Cameron County

Press, all of which showed his natural aptitude for such work. At the early

age of fifteen years, he entered the Driftwood Gazette office to learn the

printing trade, his father's consent for such a move being reluctantly given,

as he desired John to continue at school and eventually adopt the profession of

law. But his mind was set on the "are preservative," and all objections made

by his parents were swept away by the enthusiasm of th boy, and he entered upon

a three-year apprenticeship in the Gazette office, then owned by H.D. Earl &

Co. He served here faithfully and well until June 1, 1884, when the printing

office and the business portion of the town were swept away by fire. Not

wishing to be idle until the office was rebuilt, he at once accepted a

situation on Lincoln Farm, with the intention of staying there until the

Gazette office was in running order, but as the progress made was slow, and

having been offered a good position at St. Mary's in the Elk County Gazette

office, owned by Mr. G. C. Brandon, he decided to accept, and went there about

September 1, 1884, where he remained until the April following, when, being

offered a more lucrative salary at his old home, he returned to Driftwood, and

again went to work on the Gazette force. In December, 1885, the Gazette office

was offered for sale, and he bought a half interest, Mr. D. B. Reed purchasing

the other half. Thus at the age of less than eighteen, he was the editor and

one of the proprietors of a paper nearly as old as himself, with a wide

circulation for a county weekly, and wielding considerable influence. In

December, 1886, Mr. Reed sold his interest to Mr. Earl, who thus became sole

proprietor and who has since remained such. Mr. Earl is now twenty-two years

old, just at an age when he is capable of doing his best work. He is a capable

printer, a fluent and entertaining writer, and has always been a hard-working

young man. Having no bad habits, he has always commanded the confidence of the

citizens, and the good.-will of all his acquaintances. Under his careful

guidance, the Gazette is a prosperous journal, and is encouraged by the

citizens, because of its unswerving devotion to the interest of Driftwood,

Cameron County and vicinity. Its circulation is as large as that of any paper

in the county, and new names are constantly being added to its subscription

list, thus widening the sphere of its usefulness. MR. Earl is a skillful

musician and an enthusiastic and influential member of the O.O.S. of A.. In

politics he is a strong Republican, but never allows his political faith to

make any difference with his news or editorial columns. `The Gazette is

independent but not neutral.' criticizing the acts of officials of both

parties, when they deserve criticism, and praising them when the deserve

praise.

 

Notes for ELEANOR MAY ROTHROCK:

Eleanor and John were married by Rev. Alsop Leffingwell.

 

 

Generation No. 4

 

13. GEORGE ALEXANDER4 LOGUE (ADAM LEVERSON3, ARCHIBALD2, ADAM1) was born 25 Dec 1841 in POTTER, PA. He married (1) AURILLA ERVAY OR ERWAY. He married (2) SARAH A. SWEET.

 

Children of GEORGE LOGUE and AURILLA ERVAY OR ERWAY are:

I. CARRIE5 LOGUE, b. Oct 1870.

ii. BESSIE LEPET LOGUE, b. 01 May 1885, POTTER, PA; m. (1) CLAYTON WILLIAMS; m. (2) ERNEST WILLIAM HARWOOD; m. (3) JOHN PATTISON LAMBIE.

14. MARY E.4 BAILEY (JANE E.3 LOGUE, ARCHIBALD2, ADAM1). She married CHARLES DECKER.

 

Child of MARY BAILEY and CHARLES DECKER is:

I. CLYDE5 DECKER.

15. WILLIAM F4 LOGUE (JOHN M.3, ARCHIBALD2, ADAM1) was born 1859, and died 18 Feb 1923 in FIRST FORK, CAMERON, PA. He married ADELINE I (ADDIE) PAYNE 1894.

 

Children of WILLIAM LOGUE and ADELINE PAYNE are:

I. FREDERICK5 LOGUE, b. 1895; d. ?.

Notes for FREDERICK LOGUE:

Frederick served in World War I.

 

ii. CORA B LOGUE, b. Abt. 1897, FIRST FORK, CAMERON, PA; d. Bef. 1993; m. RALPH MCCRACKEN, 20 Jul 1918, EMPORIUM, CAMERON, PA.

Notes for CORA B LOGUE:

Cora lived in First Fork in 1918.

 

Notes for RALPH MCCRACKEN:

Ralph was a machinist.

 

iii. GLADYS LOGUE, b. 14 Aug 1901.

iv. TWILA A LOGUE, b.

16. JESSE H4 LOGUE (JOHN M.3, ARCHIBALD2, ADAM1) was born 1865, and died 1938. He married MINA A MOATE 25 Feb 1889 in EMPORIUM, CAMERON, PA, daughter of HIRAM MOATE and AMANDA MIX.

 

Children of JESSE LOGUE and MINA MOATE are:

I. ESTELLA5 LOGUE, b. 1891; m. CLARENCE KIEHLE.

Notes for ESTELLA LOGUE:

Estella and Clarence had no children.

 

Notes for CLARENCE KIEHLE:

Clarence and Estella had no children.

 

ii. MARY LOUISA LOGUE, b. 1893; m. GLEN E JOHNSON.

Notes for MARY LOUISA LOGUE:

Mary and Glen had no children.

 

Notes for GLEN E JOHNSON:

Glen and Mary had no children.

Glen was a retired superintendent of Transportation for the Pittsburgh and

Shawmut Railroad. He retired after 48 years of service. He was a member and

past master of St. Mary's Lodge #639, F. & A.M., the Williamsport Consistory,

the R.A.M. Lodge #230 of Ridgway, PA and the Commandery & Knight's Templar of

Ridgway, PA.

 

17. CHAUNCEY ELNATHAN4 LOGUE (JOHN M.3, ARCHIBALD2, ADAM1) was born 03 Feb 1875 in FIRST FORK, CAMERON, PA, and died 10 Nov 1941 in WHARTON TOWNSHIP, POTTER, PA. He married BEULAH O BURLINGAME 1895, daughter of BERFIELD BURLINGAME and HELENA BECKWITH.

Notes for CHAUNCEY ELNATHAN LOGUE:

Chauncey's occupation was game protector. From the Renovo Record, April 28,

1915: KEEPER LOGUE CAPTURES A MONSTER WILDCAT-- The Lock Haven Democrat of

Tuesday says: "Word was received here today that Chauncey Logue, keeper of the

Otzinachson Park, that he has caught in a steel trap one of the largest

wildcats ever seen in that country, the claws being over an inch long. Mr.

Logue by means of a pole and strong rope succeed in getting the cat to the

park, and now has it caged there. It is claimed by Mr. Logue that these cats

kill more deer than any other wild animal in the country. The Otzinachson park

is situated about five miles north of Whetham and Mr. Logue has there a fine

collection of wild animals which he has caught since being keeper of the park."

From the Renovo Record, Sep. 1, 1920: "C.E. LOGUE IS APPOINTED STATE GAME

INSTRUCTOR--C.E. Logue, formerly keeper at the Otzinaachson Game preserve, has

been appointed a game instructor for Pennsylvania by the State Game Commission.

Mr. Logue will travel about, visiting the various state preserves, and

instructing the keepers in the destruction of noxious animals and the preserva

tion of deer and other game. He began his new duties today."

 

Children of CHAUNCEY LOGUE and BEULAH BURLINGAME are:

I. ESTELLA5 LOGUE, b. 10 Apr 1891; d. 12 Feb 1943.

ii. ARTHUR GUY LOGUE, b. 16 Aug 1897.

iii. LOLA AUDRA LOGUE, b. 1901, FIRST FORK, CAMERON, PA; m. AUGUSTUS CHARLES DEFERIE, 15 Nov 1924, LOCK HAVEN, CLINTON, PA.

Notes for LOLA AUDRA LOGUE:

Lola attended Lock Have State Teachers College. She was a resident in

Woolrich, PA in 1924. She and Augustus were married by Rev. W. S. Davies.

 

Notes for AUGUSTUS CHARLES DEFERIE:

Augustus was an accountant.

 

iv. HALLIE VAUGHN LOGUE, b. ; d. 1957, GILMORE CEMETERY, CAMERON, PA.

v. HELENA ANNABELL "LENNIE" LOGUE, b ?.

vi. BLAIR JOSEPH LOGUE, b. ?.

18. EMILY ANGELINA4 BROOKS (SALLY ANN3 LOGUE, ARCHIBALD2, ADAM1) was born 04 Nov 1851 in WHARTON TOWNSHIP, POTTER, PA. She married ORRIN T COURTWRIGHT, son of DUNHAM COURTWRIGHT and LOUISA CARMAN.

 

Child of EMILY BROOKS and ORRIN COURTWRIGHT is:

I. DORIS5 COURTWRIGHT, m. ANDERSON.

19. MARY ELZINA4 BROOKS (SALLY ANN3 LOGUE, ARCHIBALD2, ADAM1) was born 13 Apr 1853 in EAST FORK, WHARTON TOWNSHIP, POTTER, PA, and died 17 Feb 1938 in ROCHESTER, NY. She married WILLIAM M BERFIELD.

 

Children of MARY BROOKS and WILLIAM BERFIELD are:

I. ALMA MAY5 BERFIELD, b. 17 Jan 1875.

ii. EMMA A BERFIELD, b. 17 May 1890.

20. ELIZABETH NANDANA4 BROOKS (SALLY ANN3 LOGUE, ARCHIBALD2, ADAM1) was born 28 Jul 1857 in LOGUE, WHARTON TOWNSHIP, POTTER, PA, and died 14 Jul 1941. She married WILLIAM E SWANK.

 

Children of ELIZABETH BROOKS and WILLIAM SWANK are:

I. JOSIE5 SWANK, m. LOGUE.

ii. PERCY SWANK.

Notes for PERCY SWANK:

Percy was a resident of Ulysses, PA.

 

iii. WALTER SWANK, b. 11 Nov 1876.

iv. MYRTLE SWANK, b. 12 May 1880.

v. WILLIAM SWANK, b. 05 Jan 1883; d. 05 Mar 1975.

vi. JOHN SWANK, b. 05 Jan 1883.

vii. RALPH SWANK, b. Abt. 1892, FIRST FORK, CAMERON, PA; m. LORETTA WESTON, ?, RIDGWAY, ELK, PA.

Notes for RALPH SWANK:

Ralph was a resident of First Fork, PA in 1920 and his occupation was laborer.

He and Loretta were married by Rev. Homer B. Davis.

 

Notes for LORETTA WESTON:

Loretta's occupation in 1920 was teaching. She and Ralph were married by Rev.

Homer B. Davis.

 

viii. PEARL ETHEL SWANK, b. 14 Apr 1892.

ix. BENJAMIN SWANK, b. Abt. 1894, FIRST FORK, CAMERON, PA; m. MARY LEUTZE, 16 Oct 1916, EMPORIUM, CAMERON, PA.

Notes for BENJAMIN SWANK:

In 1916, Benjamin's occupation was railroad fireman. He and Mary were married

by Rev. James H. Morgart. They lived in Buffalo from 1916/1975.

 

x. K LUELLA (AUNT LOU) SWANK, b. 02 Jul 1897.

xi. GEORGE SWANK, b. 31 Mar 1901, FIRST FORK, CAMERON, PA; d. 27 Feb 1992, COUDERSPORT, C. COLE MEM HOSP, POTTER, PA; m. MAUDE K MCCARTY, 02 Jul 1948, SINNEMAHONING, CAMERON, PA.

Notes for GEORGE SWANK:

George was a lifelong Sinnemahoning area resident. He was a teamster and was

in the farming business for many years. he was retired from Penn-Kress Flag-

stone Co. and was an avid hunter and fisherman. He was a member of the

Sinnemahonging United Methodist Church, the Driftwood Lodge 532 F & AM and was

a life member of the Tom Mix Rangers.

 

Notes for MAUDE K MCCARTY:

Maude lived in Sinnemahoning, PA for 53 years and retired from GTE Sylvania,

Emporium, PA in 1966. She was a member of the Sinnemahoning United Methodist

Church, Rebecca Chapter 217, Order of the Eastern Star and Sylvania's Quarter

Century Club.

 

21. CORNELIUS ELAXANDER4 BROOKS (SALLY ANN3 LOGUE, ARCHIBALD2, ADAM1) was born 01 Oct 1862 in WHARTON TOWNSHIP, POTTER, PA, and died 29 Feb 1944. He married MARY ARDELL PETERSON 12 Oct 1889.

Notes for CORNELIUS ELAXANDER BROOKS:

Cornelius' occupation was listed as farmer in 1921.

 

Children of CORNELIUS BROOKS and MARY PETERSON are:

I. HARRY5 BROOKS, b. Abt. 1897.

ii. LEOLA BROOKS, b. 02 Nov 1899.

22. CHARLOTTE NANCY4 LOGUE (HARRISON3, THOMAS2, ADAM1) was born 1845. She married CLARK JOHNSON.

Notes for CHARLOTTE NANCY LOGUE:

Married to Clark Johnson.

 

Children of CHARLOTTE LOGUE and CLARK JOHNSON are:

I. ORAL5 JOHNSON.

ii. HARRY JOHNSON.

iii. JESSIE JOHNSON, b. 1872.

23. MALVIN JAMES4 LOGUE (HARRISON3, THOMAS2, ADAM1) was born 1846 in DRIFTWOOD, CAMERON, PA, and died 17 May 1922. He married MARY A. GLASBY 01 Jan 1868 in DRIFTWOOD, CAMERON, PA.

Notes for MALVIN JAMES LOGUE:

Malvin and Mary were married by Rev. L.L. Chandler. Malvin's grave has no

marker.

 

Children of MALVIN LOGUE and MARY GLASBY are:

I. BERTRAM5 LOGUE, b. 10 Feb 1869; d. 02 Jun 1877.

ii. JEFFERSON LOGUE, b. 08 Oct 1872; d. 07 Feb 1878.

iii. EZRA E LOGUE, b. 24 Oct 1874, FIRST FORK, CAMERON, PA; d. 24 Jul 1903, FIRST FORK, CAMERON, PA.

Notes for EZRA E LOGUE:

Ezra was ill for two months with typhoid fever before dying.

 

iv. CHANEY LOGUE, b. 1876, PA; m. BEULA, 1895.

Notes for CHANEY LOGUE:

Chaney's middle name may have been Ezra.

 

v. ELSIE M. LOGUE, b. 13 Sep 1877, FIRST FORK, PA; m. VERNON E. BECKNER, 04 Sep 1899, OLEAN, NY.

vi. CILLA (CLELLA) LOGUE, b. 04 Oct 1879, PA; d. 1935; m. SHUTTS.

24. DAVID SCOTT4 LOGUE (HARRISON3, THOMAS2, ADAM1) was born May 1848 in GROVE TOWNSHIP, CLINTON, PA, and died 31 May 1906 in HUNTLEY, CAMERON, PA. He married (1) MALISSA FRANCES ROTH 26 Jul 1884 in MUSCODA, GRANT, WI, daughter of GEORGE FALKENROTH and BARBARA LEFFLER.

Notes for DAVID SCOTT LOGUE:

Owned land in Driftwood around 1900. Death certificate lists cause of

death as cardiac neurologies and nervous prostration.

The 1880 census lists David as being 32 years old and living with his parents.

There is a mark under the column marked "widowed/divorced".

In October of 1995, received a copy of a marriage license for David S. Logue

and Malissa F. Roth. The marriage took place in Muscoda, WI on 26 Jul 1884.

So, Malissa and Frances were one and the same person rather than Malissa being

David's first wife and Frances his second as we had, at one time thought.

 

Notes for MALISSA FRANCES ROTH:

Frances' grave is unmarked.

 

Children of DAVID LOGUE and MALISSA ROTH are:

I. MYRTLE LOLA5 LOGUE, b. 25 Apr 1885, DRIFTWOOD, CAMERON, PA; d. 07 Jul 1944; m. JESSE EDSEL JOHNSON, 13 Jul 1906, STERLING RUN, by S. Ebersole, CAMERON, PA.

Notes for JESSE EDSEL JOHNSON:

Lee Logue, who didn't care at all for his Uncle Jesse, used to call

him a "one-legged, fiddle-player.

Jesse's marriage license listed his occupation as "farmer".

 

ii. DANIEL W LOGUE, b. Oct 1886; m. LORA MAUDE HENDRICKS.

Notes for DANIEL W LOGUE:

See notes for Bradley Logue (RIN 254) for information about Dan Logue's family.

 

iii. SELBOURN CASSIUS LOGUE, b. 02 Jun 1888, PA; d. 26 Feb 1927, DRIFTWOOD, CAMERON, PA; m. KATHRYN TERESA JOHNSON.

Notes for SELBOURN CASSIUS LOGUE:

Selbourn's death certificate lists his cause of death as pulmonary tuberculo-

sis. He worked as a laborer on the Pennsylvania railroad.

 

Notes for KATHRYN TERESA JOHNSON:

Kathyrn's cause of death is listed on her death certificate as pulmonary tuber-

callouses.

 

iv. FAME LOGUE, b. 18 Sep 1891, DRIFTWOOD, CAMERON, PA; d. 03 Oct 1930, WENATCHEE, WA; m. OLIVE SABOWIN, 21 Apr 1923, CHELAN, WA.

Notes for FAME LOGUE:

Moved to Washington State as a young man and was at one time, supposedly, pres-

ident of the fruit growers association. Family legend in Pennsylvania told

that the letters of Fame's name stood for Flavius Abigman Miladee Evander but

Fame's granddaughter, Virginia Garrett Rounsaville and his niece, Maurine Logue

Taylor said that they had never heard that and that all official documents had

listed his name only as Fame.

 

 

Children of DAVID SCOTT LOGUE are:

vi. EVA5 LOGUE, b. Abt. 1871; m. HARRY MACDONALD.

vii. IRVIN H LOGUE, b. Abt. 1873; d. 04 Nov 1944, PATEROS, OKANOGAN, WA; m. ESTHER.

Notes for IRVIN H LOGUE:

An obituary for Irvin reads as follows:

PATEROS Funeral services for I. H. Logue, pioneer resident of Pateros, who

died Saturday, were held today in Portland.

Mr. Logue came to Pateros in 1903 and organized a group of growers in the

Methow and Pateros valley which later was named the Methow-Pateros Growers'

Association. He was president of this organization for 20 years, was president

of the Methow Valley bank for 10 years, and was active in various irrigation

projects.

Local arrangements were in charge of the Smith funeral home of Pateros.

Irvin and Esther were devout members of the Free Methodist Church in Method,

WA. During the Alaska gold rush Irvin had worked as a provisioner. With those

earnings he bought property in Pateros and Method. Irvin and Esther had no

children.

Information about Irvin H. Logue from Maurine Logue Taylor is as follows:

"Irvin H. Logue was a son of David and his first wife,

maiden name unknown. Irvin was tall, stoop-shouldered with a craggy face and

hollow cheeks but with a ruddy complexion. He had a great shock of snow white

hair and had brilliant blue eyes behind round metal-rimmed glasses. he drove a

huge Graham-Page car and really had a heavy foot on the gas pedal. I always

thought it odd that so religious a man would drive so recklessly fast. Irvin

and his wife Esther (maiden name unknown) lived in Pateros where he was

president of the Methow-Pateros Apple Packing Warehouse. Also, he was a

trustee of their local band and was deemed a pillar of the community. Both he

and Esther were devout members of the Free Methodist Church in Method. She

sang at services in a DEEP voice beyond alto. That voice was so

unusual that I was hard-pressed not to giggle. Their beliefs were more

restrictive than ours, Myrtle and I were cautioned to avoid any mention of

playing cards or attending movies. Many evenings after we had completed

homework, we'd play pinochle or cribbage with our family. Those are part of my

happy memories. While we were in Wenatchee we received a telephone call

informing us that Irwin had died. That date in the Washington State Death

records is 04 Nov 1944. No specifics ever came to us. he was buried someplace

in Oregon where Esther apparently had family. Irvin had lived an interesting

life. During the Alaska Gold Rush, he had worked as a provisioner. With his

earnings he was able to buy property in Pateros and Method. he had a lovely

little orchard of golden delicious apples which he tended with hired help.

This was subsequent to his years with the warehouse. They were a lovely couple

and visited us in Dryden quite often. They traveled to Jerusalem and other

places abroad. His line ended with his death since there were no offspring."

 

viii. MAE G LOGUE, b. Abt. 1875; m. JAMES E WHITNEY.

Notes for MAE G LOGUE:

Mae lived in Superior (Douglas) WI with her aunt, Emeline (Emma) Logue, her

husband and son, Harry.

 

25. WILLIAM HARRISON4 LOGUE (HARRISON3, THOMAS2, ADAM1) was born 20 Jun 1850, and died 20 Nov 1924 in HUNTLEY, CAMERON, PA. He married MARY CATHERINE JORDAN, daughter of NELSON JORDAN and SALLY MILLER.

Notes for WILLIAM HARRISON LOGUE:

Married to Katherine ? .

 

Child of WILLIAM LOGUE and MARY JORDAN is:

I. BLANCHE DIANE5 LOGUE, b. 23 Nov 1884, HUNTLEY, CAMERON, PA; d. 17 Dec 1963, SHONGO, NY; m. DANIEL WILLIAM KAILBOURNE, 24 May 1911, EMPORIUM, CAMERON, PA.

26. MARY R4 LOGUE (HARRISON3, THOMAS2, ADAM1) was born Abt. 1852. She married NELSON.

Notes for MARY R LOGUE:

Married to Alonzo Nelson.

 

Children of MARY LOGUE and NELSON are:

I. LEON5 NELSON.

ii. MERLE NELSON.

27. EMELINE (EMMA)4 LOGUE (HARRISON3, THOMAS2, ADAM1) was born Abt. 1856. She married JAMES E WHITNEY.

 

Children of EMELINE LOGUE and JAMES WHITNEY are:

I. WHITNEY5.

ii. WHITNEY.

28. ENOCH4 LOGUE (HARRISON3, THOMAS2, ADAM1) was born Abt. 1859. He married ELIZABETH.

Notes for ENOCH LOGUE:

According to a deed dated 2 May 1906 Enoch and his wife, Elizabeth were at that

time living in Oakland CA.

 

Children of ENOCH LOGUE and ELIZABETH are:

I. JOHN5 LOGUE.

ii. LOTTIE LOGUE.

iii. BLAIR LOGUE.

29. AMANDA MALVINA4 MIX (MARY M3 LOGUE, THOMAS2, ADAM1) was born 1848, and died 1926. She married HIRAM H MOATE 15 Apr 1865.

Notes for AMANDA MALVINA MIX:

Amanda was the mid wife of Tom Mix. Amanda and Hiram lived in New York for

four years before returning to Mix Run, PA.

 

Notes for HIRAM H MOATE:

Hiram came to Pennsylvania during the height of the lumbering industry. He and

Amanda returned to New York state and lived there four years before returning

to Mix Run where he resided the remainder of his life.

 

Children of AMANDA MIX and HIRAM MOATE are:

I. JULIA5 MOATE.

ii. EMMA MOATE.

iii. MARY MOATE, m. CHRISTENSEN.

Notes for MARY MOATE:

Mary was a resident of Renovo, Clinton County, PA in 1937.

 

iv. ESTELLE MOATE, m. MATLEY.

Notes for ESTELLE MOATE:

Estelle was a resident of New York City in 1937.

 

v. HOWARD MOATE.

Notes for HOWARD MOATE:

Howard was a resident of Oil City, PA in 1937.

 

vi. HARRY F MOATE.

Notes for HARRY F MOATE:

Harry was a resident of Huntington, WV in 1937.

 

vii. MINA A MOATE, b. 1869.

viii. J WALTER MOATE, b. 1874; d. 1950.

Notes for J WALTER MOATE:

J. Walter was a resident of Mix Run, Cameron County, PA in 1937.

 

ix. ALBERT MOATE, b. 02 Dec 1889.

30. AMY L4 MIX (MARY M3 LOGUE, THOMAS2, ADAM1) was born 12 Oct 1850, and died 21 Mar 1930. She married JOHN CALDWELL.

 

Child of AMY MIX and JOHN CALDWELL is:

I. LAVINIA5 CALDWELL, b. 1872.

31. HARRY E.4 JOHNSON (SARAH JANE3 LOGUE, THOMAS2, ADAM1) was born 29 Oct 1867, and died 06 Jun 1913 in KANE, McKEAN, PA. He married SARAH PUNCHEON 16 Sep 1891 in ST. MARY'S, ELK, PA.

Notes for HARRY E. JOHNSON:

Taken from the Renovo Daily Record: PARTICULARS OF DEATH OF H.E. JOHNSON;

FUNERAL MONDAY--The funeral of the late harry E. Johnson, whose death took

place at his home in Kane, at noon yesterday, as stated in THE DAILY RECORD the

same afternoon, will be held at Kane on Monday morning at 9 o'clock. Services

at the residence. The remains will be taken to St. Mary's on train No. 42 for

burial. As was previously stated in this paper, Mr. Johnson died of cancer of

the stomach. Last summer he underwent a very critical operation at Philadel-

phia. He afterwards resumed his duties as assistant road foreman of engines.

Last December he underwent a second operation and since that time he declined

rapidly. He was formerly an engineer on the P.R.R., with headquarters in

Renovo. he was regarded as one of our very best citizens and served the public

as councilman and as school director. He was also interested in business

matters. In these various relations he was honest and trustworthy and public

spirited. Mr. Johnson was a consultant member of the Presbyterian church, and

of the Masonic Lodge, at Driftwood, PA. he was a devoted husband and father, a

man whose influence of good was felt by all with whom he came in contact.

Deceased was the son of the late John Johnson and Mrs. Johnson of Driftwood

where he was born forty-four years ago. Surviving him are his aged mother, his

wife and once son, Clarence, and by four brothers and three sisters, viz

Allison of Renovo; F.H. of Sinnemahoning; Jesse, of Driftwood; Jersey of

Clearfield; Mrs. Alonzo Duell, of Sinnemahoning; Mrs. Asa Collins of Conneaut,

Ohio. Sarah: Taken from the Sep 17, 1891 issue of the Elk County Gazette: A

quiet, but very pretty wedding was that of Mr. Harry Johnson, of Driftwood, and

Miss Sarah Puncheon, of St. Mary's. It took place at 9:30 yesterday morning at

the residence of the bride's brother on Washington Street. The ceremony was

performed by Rev. cook, of Renovo. Misses Jennie Puncheon and Lillie Johnson

were the bridesmaids, and Messrs. Henry and David Puncheon groomsmen. Mr. and

Mrs. Johnson left on mail west the same day for a two weeks honeymoon in the

West. We extend congratulations.

 

Child of HARRY JOHNSON and SARAH PUNCHEON is:

I. CLARENCE5 JOHNSON.

32. JENNIE K.4 JOHNSON (SARAH JANE3 LOGUE, THOMAS2, ADAM1) was born 23 Oct 1869. She married ASA COLLINS 01 Jan 1891 in DRIFTWOOD, CAMERON, PA, son of REUBEN COLLINS and MARY JORDAN.

Notes for ASA COLLINS:

Asa and Jennie were married by Rev. Isaac Heckman. Asa was a locomotive fore-

man.

 

Child of JENNIE JOHNSON and ASA COLLINS is:

I. RUSSELL5 COLLINS.

33. JESSE EDSEL4 JOHNSON (SARAH JANE3 LOGUE, THOMAS2, ADAM1) was born 16 Jun 1872 in DRIFTWOOD, CAMERON, PA, and died 05 Oct 1957. He married MYRTLE LOLA LOGUE 13 Jul 1906 in STERLING RUN, by S. Ebersole, CAMERON, PA, daughter of DAVID LOGUE and MALISSA ROTH.

Notes for JESSE EDSEL JOHNSON:

My father, Lee Logue, who didn't care at all for his Uncle Jesse, used to call

him a "one-legged, fiddle-playing, son-of-a-bitch".

Jesse's marriage license listed his occupation as "farmer".

 

Children of JESSE JOHNSON and MYRTLE LOGUE are:

I. JENNY MAY5 JOHNSON, m. CARMEN ROSAMILIA.

Notes for CARMEN ROSAMILIA:

Carmen was a barber and the mayor of Williamsport, PA for 25 plus years.

 

ii. JANE JOHNSON, m. (1) CHARLES DAEGLE; m. (2) WILLIAM MCDOUGALL.

Notes for JANE JOHNSON:

Jane lived in London, Ontario, Canada in 1976. She was living in England in

1944.

 

iii. MERLYN E JOHNSON, m. ALAN WHITING.

iv. ASA JOHNSON, b. .

Notes for ASA JOHNSON:

Resided in Driftwood, PA in 1934.

 

v. FRANCES JOHNSON, b.?, PA; d. 18 Jan 1976; m. HARRY WOOD.

vi. ALSON LOGUE JOHNSON, b. ?, HUNTLEY, GIBSON TOWNSHIP, CAMERON, PA; d. 19 Jun 1983, BUFFALO, ROSWELL PARK INS, NY; m. MAXINE LOUISE DEVLIN, 20 Jan 1940, SMETHPORT, PA.

Notes for ALSON LOGUE JOHNSON:

At one time, Alson worked for the Pennsylvania Railroad. His occupation in

1968 was listed as laborer. He was in the Army during World War II. He was a

member of the Sinnemahoning Sportsmen Club. He and his wife, Maxine, were

third cousins. At the time of his death, Alson was living at the Roswell Park

Memorial Institute in Buffalo, NY.

 

vii. BRADLEY VERNON JOHNSON, b. ?, DRIFTWOOD, CAMERON, PA; m. LOIS E. CROSBY, 26 Aug 1946, DRIFTWOOD, CAMERON, PA.

Notes for BRADLEY VERNON JOHNSON:

Bradley and Lois were married by Rev. William H. Rissmille. In 1946, Bradley's

occupation was sailor. In 1946 his occupation was block operator. In 1944 he

lived in Michigan.

 

Notes for LOIS E. CROSBY:

Lois and Bradley were married by Rev.William H. Rissmille.

 

viii. JESSE R. JOHNSON, b. ?; d. 1928, HUNTLEY CEMETERY, HUNTLEY, PA.

ix. JOYCE LORETTA JOHNSON, b ?; d. 1932, HUNTLEY CEMETERY, CAMERON, PA.

34. PHINNEAS4 JOHNSON (SARAH JANE3 LOGUE, THOMAS2, ADAM1) was born 13 May 1878 in DRIFTWOOD, CAMERON, PA, and died 1963. He married ELIZABETH M. SEGAR.

 

Children of PHINNEAS JOHNSON and ELIZABETH SEGAR are:

I. EDISON J5 JOHNSON, b. 1902; d. 1905.

ii. EVA L JOHNSON, b. ?, SINNEMAHONING, CAMERON, PA; m. WALTER C MILLER, 04 Oct 1926, DRIFTWOOD, CAMERON, PA.

iii. ANGELINE JOHNSON, b. ?, FIRST FORK, CAMERON, PA; m. (1) FARRUGGIA; m. (2) THEODORE GEORGE NELSON, 12 Dec 1928, SINNEMAHONING, CAMERON, PA.

Notes for ANGELINE JOHNSON:

Lived in Rochester, NY in 1975. Angeline and Theodore were married by Rev.

L.E.M. Search.

 

iv. JAY H JOHNSON, b. ?.

 


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