Name: John LOGUE
Given Name: John
Birth: 1758 in County Donegal, Ireland
Death: 6 Jun 1833 in Clarion County, Pennsylvania USA
Burial: Old Concord Presbyterian Cemetery, Perry Twp, Clarion County, Pennsylvania USA
-John Logue was born in Ireland in 1757 and died on June 6, 1833. He settled near the Old Spring on the Logue Farm which lies between St. Petersburg and West Freedom. He came from Ireland to Boston, Massachusettes in 1774. He fought with the Americans at the Battle of Bunker Hill, but not as an enlisted soldier. Shortly after that he came to eastern Pennsylvania and enlisted June 18, 1777 as a soldier in Captain John Ramsey's Company of Chester County, Pennsylvania Militia commanded by Colonel Lloyd K. Sprogel. Said company was mustered in to the U.S. service, July 11, 1777. He was buried in the Concord Cemetery, Perry Township, Clarion County, Pennsylvania. (He lies in the old Cemetary which is across the road from the church). He married Mary Buchanan Sprogel about 1793. She was born in 1770 and died in 1840 on the 26th. Day of August. The military record of John Logue, Sr. may be found in the Book of Pennsylvania, Men of the Revolution, Volume 2, Page 79.
Change Date: 22 Apr 2002 at 19:41:46
-Logue Family, by Gary McKinney
John Logue (1758-1833) was a private in Capt. John Ramsey's company, Chester County, Pennsylvania militia, 1777, under Col. John Harman. He was born in Ireland; died in Pennsylvania.
-CLARION COUNTY WILL BOOK B 197
LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF JOHN LOGUE, DECD.
In the name of God, amen I, John Logue of Armstrong County, Perry Township and sound in mind memory and understanding thanks be to Almighty God for the same being mindful of my mortality do make and constitute this my last will and Testament, First and principally I recommend my immortal spirit to God who gave it ? hopes of a joyful resurrection and my body to the earth when it shall please God to separate my ? and body to be burnied
decently at the discretion of my exectuioners according to the rites of
the ? Church and as to such worldly goods wherewith it has pleased God
to bless me, I give and disperse thereof as follows Item it is my will and I do order and direct there any personal property of what I have left to my wife Mary and my son Andrew the remainder to be sold after my decease being in Armstrong County by my executors and from the proceeeds thereof all my past debts and funeral expenses payed.
I do nominate and appoint my wife Mary Logue and my son James Logue and
my son William Logue all of Armstrong County Perry Township to be my executors of this my last will and Testament I leave to my son James 50 Dollars and I leave to my son Robert the cow that he got in 1831 and 10 Dollars 12 months after my decease. I leave to my son John 5 dollars to be paid 12 months after my decease. I leave to my daughter Kitty Twehiligar 20 Dollars.
I leave to my daughter Polly 50 Dollars to be paid 12 months after my decease.
I leave to my daughter Sally 50 Dollars to be payed 12 months after my
decease and the three girls to get their beds and bedding and such articles
as the claim ? own and to my deers and loving wife Mary I leave to her
the third of the produce of Andrew place yearly and his choice of which
end of the home and the liberty of the spring house and she has the liberty
of picking two cows and six sheep and Andrew is to feed and take care of
them with his own and she has the liberty of one tow and three barrows
and she has the liberty of raising hogs to do his and all the kitchen utensils
is left to her and bed and bedding after all debts and their heirs is paid.
of the balances is to fall to my wife Mary and the girls has the liberty
of living with her to the chores for themselves and to my son William I
leave the South end of the place according to the boundaries which I showed
him and he is to pay 50 dollars to my daughter Polly and 50 Dollars to
my daughter Sally 12 months after my decease and to my son has Chas? I
leave the North end of the tract along his fence such way to the creek
and he is to my daughter Betsy 50 Dollars 12 months after my decease and
to my son Andrew I leave the remunder of the tract and he is to get the
three years old horse the farm horse and gears and a plow and a harrow
and farming tools I publish and declare this and none other to be my last
Will and Testament In Witness whereof I have hereto set my and and seal
the Twenty seventh day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and thirty two.
Signed and Sealed in Presence John Logue seal
Andrew Harshaw William Graham
Armstong County SS:
Before me the subscriber Register for the Probate of wills and granting
Letters of Administration in and for said County personally came Andrew
Harshaw and William Graham subscribing witnesses to the foregoing will
who being duly sworn according to law depose and say that the names subscriber as aforesaid are ? their proper hand writing,that were present and saw and heard the testator John Logue sign seal publish pronounce and declare the same instrument of ? for his last Will and Testament and that at the
time of doing he was of sound mind memory and understanding to the best
of their observation and belief
Sworn and Subscribed befor me this 8 day of June AD 1832
John Croll, Register` William X Graham his mark
Armstong County SS:
The foregoing is a true copy of the last Will and Testament of John Logue
of Perry Township in the County aforesaid deceased as Registered in the
office for Registering of Wills in book No. 1 pages 138, 139 In Testimony
whereof I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said office
at Kittanning this 8 day of June A.D. 1832.
Armstong County SS:
By the ? of these Presents, I John Croll, Esquire, Register for the Probate
of Wills and granting Letters of Aministration in and for the County of
Armstong in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania:
Do Make Know unto all men that on the day of the date hereof at Kittanning
in the county Armstong, before me was proved and approved the Last Will
and Testament of John Logue Late of Perry Township Armstong County deceased (a true copy whereof is to these presents amixed having whilst he lived and at the time of his death divers foods chattels rights and credits within
the said Commonwealth by reason thereof the approbation and insinuation
in the said last Will and Testament and the committing the administration
of all and singular the goods chattels rights and credits which was of
the deceased and also the auditing the accounts calculations and reckoning
of the said administration and a final dismissal from the same to me are
manifully known to belong and tho administration of all and singular the
goods chattels rights and credits of the said deceased, any way concerning
his last will and testament named they having past been duly sworn well
and truly to administer the goods chattle rights and credits of the said
deceased, and make true and perfect inventory thereof, and exhibit in the
Register Office at Kittanning in the County of Armstrong on or before the
Twenty second day of July next and to render a true and just account calculation and reckoning said administration or before the Twenty second day of June in the year of our Lord one Thous. And eight hundred and thirty three.
In Testamony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal of Office at
Kittaning with County of Armstrong the Twenty second day of June in the
year of our Lord on thousand eight hundred and thirty two.
-Clarion County, Pennsylvania
Veterans of the Civil War
Logue, John H.
Father: George LOGUE b: ABT 1720 in Co Derry, n Ireland
Mary Buchanon SPROUL b: 1770
- James LOGUE b: 1795
- Robert Sproul LOGUE b: 1798
- William LOGUE b: 1798
- Catherine LOGUE b: 2 Jan 1801 in Perry Township, Clarion County, Pennsylvania USA
- John LOGUE b: 1802
- Mary LOGUE b: 1805
- Charles M LOGUE b: 1807 in Toby Township, Clarion County, Pennsylvania USA
- Sarah LOGUE b: 1809
- Andrew LOGUE b: 2 Feb 1811 in Grass Flats, Clarion County, Pennsylvania USA
- Elizabeth LOGUE b: 1813