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Logan Family

Beginning with Matthew Logan of Co. Down, N. Ireland and his wife Elizabeth Coughlin of Tipperary, Ireland

Their 1855 arrival in Hamilton, Ontario

Matthew Logan as Police Officer - Police Chief of Hamilton

Matthew Logan as Deputy Warden of Central Prison, Toronto from 1876 - 1911

John Francis Logan and his wife Susie Gladys Morgan

Gladys Marguerite Logan * Kenneth Taylor Logan * Roy Linwood Logan * Morley Francis Logan

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Matthew Logan  Photos and newspaper clippings - Fighting criminals (gr gr grandfather)

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John F. Logan  Journey from Hamilton to Rosedale in 1917 (gr grandfather)

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Gladys Logan  From Hamilton to Rosedale (grandmother)

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Kenneth "Bunky" Logan  (great Uncle Bunky)

Matthew Logan

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Circa 1879 - Deputy Warden, Central Prison (Toronto)

 

Photo: The guards at the Central Prison, c. 1879, Toronto.  Warden is in the front at far right.  Deputy Warden, Matthew Logan is top row middle with cap and scraggly beard
 

 

Early History of Law Enforcement in Hamilton - Story relates to Matthew Logan

1875........

It was during his (Matthew Logan) regime that the Young murder occurred. The Young brothers waylaid a farmer on the mountain, between Hamilton and Caledonia one night and robbed and then murdered him with a club. The Youngs were arrested in this city and taken to Caledonia where they were tried and sentenced to death. They escaped from jail by murderously assaulting the turnkey, and were in hiding in a barn some distance south of the city, with two young women named Barber, daughters of a neighbouring farmer. The local constables were afraid to tackle them as they were armed, and announced that they would not be taken alive. A Hamilton policeman names James McFeigan, afterwards Chief of Police at Galt, was out in the country on a visit and located the men. He came into the city and informed Chief Logan, and a posse was at once ordered out to make the arrest. It was composed of Chief Logan, Sergeant Major McMenemy, Detectives Rousseaux and McPherson, Constables Donald Campbell, Keenan, Robinson, James McFiegan, David Wark, Joseph Prentice, Peter Ferris and Leslie Wright. They drove out to the place and surrounded the barn and then waited until daylight. The men were found hiding in a hay-mow and they resisted. Sergeant Major McMenemy shot James William Young through the wrist, and then the murders subsided. John Young was hung and James was later pardoned. The Hamilton Force was handsomely rewarded for the capture. Subsequently, Logan was made deputy warden of the Central prison, and Alexander McMenemy succeeded him in the fall of 1876.
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Warden, Capt. W. S. Prince - Deputy Warden, Matthew Logan
Toronto's Central Prison, circa 1879
Strachan Avenue

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Toronto Central Prison

Situate on Strachan Avenue, near Emigrant Sheds, about two miles west of City Hall. Established under 34 Vic., cap. 17, as an adult Reformatory and Industrial Prison, for the reception of prisoners sentenced to imprisonment at hard labor in county goals for periods of from two months to two years. The industry of the Prison is the manufacture of Railway Cars, household and kitchen wooden ware, and the workshops comprise rolling mills and axle factory, car wheel, castings and brass foundries, machine shops for iron and wood working, and forges and finishing shops. All the operations necessary for the manufacture of cars can be carried on within the prison walls. the dormitories contain 336 cells, which is the capacity of the prison.
Warden, Capt. W. S. Prince (late 71st Highlanders); Bursar, Thomas Short; Surgeon, W. T. Aikins; Storekeeper, Daniel McCarthy; Prison Bailiff, John English; Engineer, James Clarkson; Cook and Baker, Michael Cunningham; Deputy-Warden, Mathew Logan; Sergeant, Samuel Deans; Guards, William Hardie, Hamilton Lyons, Walter Butler, Henry Thing, R. Farrel, G. W. Franks, Michael Woods, Walter Breckenreed John B. Campbell, Maurice Uniake, Henry Eames, Wm. Gifford, Wm. Mansell, Wm. Johns, Patrick McCormack, A. C. Priest, Frederick Hill, Daniel Kirkpatrick.
Prisoners are transferred from county goals on the warrant of the inspector of Asylums, Prisons, & c. J. W. Langmuir, inspector, office Parliament buildings.
(Toronto 1878)

Toronto Star - March 25, 1911
Matthew Logan Died To-Day Noon. Was Deputy-Warden of the Central Prison for a Good Many Years.
Mr. Mathew Logan, the Deputy Warden of the Central Prison, died to-day at noon, at the age of 82 years. He passed away at his late residence in the Central Prison park. More: Mr. Logan has had a most successful career at the prison and has occupied the position of deputy warden for a period of 36 years. Prior to his appointment he was chief of police in the city of Hamilton. Mr. Logan maintained a remarkable vigor for a man of his advanced years almost to the last, and was on duty as usual, as late as Tuesday of this week. His wife predeceased him about six years. Four sons and four daughters survive. The sons are John, Samuel, Edward and Albert. The daughters who are left are Mrs. C. Brown, Mrs. N. Olmstead, and Mrs. C. H. McArthur, and Mrs. C. M. Smallpiece of Montreal. There are a large number of grandchildren. The funeral arrangements are not yet complete.
 

Reward for Capture of Young Brothers - Hamilton Police Station

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1881 Canadian Census 
Census Place St George Ward, Toronto, York, Ontario 
Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion 
Matthew LOGAN M Male Irish 53 Ireland Dep. Warden O. Prison Congregational 
Elizabeth LOGAN M Female Irish 50 Ireland Congregational 
Samuel LOGAN Male Irish 25 O <Ontario> Collar Maker Congregational 
John LOGAN Male Irish 23 O <Ontario> Jeweler Congregational 
Jennie LOGAN Female Irish 19 O <Ontario> Congregational 
Edward LOGAN Male Irish 17 O <Ontario> Clerk Congregational 
Albert LOGAN Male Irish 15 O <Ontario> Going To School Congregational 
Sarah LOGAN Female Irish 13 O <Ontario> Going To School Congregational 
Elizabeth LOGAN Female Irish 8 O <Ontario> Going To School Congregational 
Alice LOGAN Female Irish 11 O <Ontario> Going To School Congregational

 

 

John F. Logan 

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Son: Kenneth Taylor Logan "Uncle Bunky"  

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Born:  February 6, 1859 Hamilton, ON son of Matthew & Eliza Logan.  Married Susie Gladys Morgan December 28, 1898 St. Catharines, On.  Died January 1, 1947.  Children:  Gladys Reta Logan,  Kenneth Taylor Logan, Roy Linwood Logan, Morley Francis Logan


Gladys with her brother Morley Logan

 

 

GRAVESTONES

Mount Pleasant Cemetery - Toronto, ONTARIO

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John F. Logan - Susie Gladys Morgan - Gladys (Logan) Forsythe - Kenneth Taylor Logan are all buried at this plot.  Gladys' and Kenneth's names not inscribed on stone.

Descendants of Matthew Logan

Family Documents

Morley Francis Logan

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Roy Linwood Logan 1902.jpg (421701 bytes) Roy Linwood Logan     Sarah Jane Logan Marriage.jpg (85032 bytes) Sarah Jane Logan   Gladys Reta Logan 1900.jpg (431442 bytes) Gladys Logan

  

Eliza Logan's handwritten poem to her daughter Jessie from autograph book.

 

Generation No. 1

 

1. MATTHEW2 LOGAN (SAMUEL1) was born 1829 in County Down, Northern Ireland, and died 25 Mar 1911 in Toronto, Ontario. He married ELIZABETH COUGHLIN 19 Nov 1855 in Thurles, Co. Tipperary, Ireland, daughter of JOHN COUGHLIN and ELIZABETH. She was born 1828 in Newtown, Co. Tipperary, Ireland, and died 22 Nov 1905 in Toronto, Ontario.

Notes for MATTHEW LOGAN:

Early History of Law Enforcement in Hamilton - Story relates to Matthew Logan

1875........

It was during his (Matthew Logan) regime that the Young murder occured. The Young brothers waylaid a farmer on the mountain, between Hamilton and Caledonia one night and robbed and then murdered him with a club. The youngs were arrested in this city and taken to Caledonia where they were tried and sentenced to death. They escaped from jail by murderously assaulting the turnkey, and were in hiding in a barn some distance south of the city, with two young women named Barber, daughters of a neighbouring farmer. The local constables were afraid to tackle them as they were armed, and announced that they would not be taken alive. A Hamilton policeman names James McFeigan, afterwards Chief of Police at Galt, was out in the country on a visit and located the men. He came into the city and informed Chief Logan, and a posse was at once ordered out to make the arrest. It was composed of Chief Logan, Sergeant Major McMenemy, Detectives Rousseaux and McPherson, Constables Donald Campbell, Keenan, Robinson, James McFiegan, David Wark, Joseph Prentice, Peter Ferris and Leslie Wright. They drove out to the place and surrounded the barn and then waited until daylight. The men were found hiding in a hay-mow and they resisted. Sergeant Major McMenemy shot James William Young through the wrist, and then the murders subsided. John Young was hung and James was later pardoned. The Hamilton Force was handsomely rewarded for the capture. Subsequently, Logan was made deputy warden of the Central prison, and Alexander McMenemy succeeded him in the fall of 1876.

Toronto Central Prison

Situate on Strachan Avenue, near Emigrant Sheds, about two miles west of City Hall. Established under 34 Vic., cap. 17, as an adult Reformatory and Industrial Prison, for the reception of prisoners sentenced to imprisonment at hard labor in county gaols for periods of from two months to two years. The industry of the Prison is the manufacture of Railway Cars, holdhold and kitchen wooden ware, and the workshops comprise rolling mills and axle factory, car wheel, castings and brass foundries, machine shops for iron and wood working, and forges and finishing shops. All the operations necessary for the manufacture of cars can be carried on within the prison walls. the dormitories contain 336 cells, which is the capacity of the prison.

Warden, Capt. W.S. Prince (late 71th Highlanders); Bursar, Thomas Short; Surgeon, W.T. Aikins; Storekeeper, Daniel McCarthy; Prison Bailiff, John English; Engineer, James Clarkson; Cook and Baker, Michael Cunningham; Deputy-Warden, Mathew Logan; Sergeat, Samuel Deans; Guards, William Hardie, Hamilton Lyons, Walter Butler, Henry Thing, R. Farrel, G.W. Franks, Michael Woods, Walter Breckenreed John B. Campbell, Maurice Uniake, Henry Eames, Wm. Gifford, Wm. Mansell, Wm. Johns, Patrick McCormack, A.C. Priest, Frederick Hill, Daniel Kirkpatrick.

Prisoners are transferred from county gaols on the warrant of the inspector of Asylums, Prisons, & c. J.W. Langmuir, inspector, office Parliament buildings.

(Toronto 1878)

Toronto Directory 1878

221 Spadina Avenue, from Queen West, between 374-376, north to Bloor West, St. Patrick's ward.

Logan, Matthew, dep warden, Central Prison

LOGAN , MATTHEW

Age [47] Birthplace [IRELAND] Religion [ CO] Ethnic Origin [ SCOTCH] Occupation [ CONSTABLE]

District [24] Sub District [C] Division Page [2] Page [95] County [WEN] Description [Ham'tn City- St. Andrew Wrd.]

Royal Irish Constabulary

Name: LOGAN, MATHEW

Birth Date/Age: 18

Birthplace: Down

Enlisted: 1847

Film #: 856059

Page #: 28B

 

Toronto Star - March 25, 1911

Matthew Logan Died To-Day Noon. Was Deputy-Warden of the Central Prison for a Good Many Years.

Mr. Mathew Logan, the Deputy Warden of the Central Prison, died to-day at noon, at the age of 82 years. He passed away at his late residence in the Central Prison park. More: Mr. Logan has had a most successful career at the prison and has occupied the position of deputy warden for a period of 36 years. Prior to his appointment he was chief of police in the city of Hamilton. Mr. Logan maintained a remarkable vigor for a man of his advanced years almost to the last, and was on duty as usual, as late as Tuesday of this week. His wife predeceased him about six years. Four sons and four daughters survive. The sons are John, Samuel, Edward and Albert. The daughters who are left are Mrs. C. Brown, Mrs. N. Olmstead, and Mrs. C.H. McArthur, and Mrs. C.M. Smallpiece of Montreal. There are a large number of grandchildren. The funeral arrangements are not yet complete.

1881 Canadian Census

Census Place St George Ward, Toronto, York, Ontario

Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion

Matthew LOGAN M Male Irish 53 Ireland Dep. Warden O. Prison Congregational

Elizabeth LOGAN M Female Irish 50 Ireland Congregational

Samuel LOGAN Male Irish 25 O <Ontario> Collar Maker Congregational

John LOGAN Male Irish 23 O <Ontario> Jeweler Congregational

Jennie LOGAN Female Irish 19 O <Ontario> Congregational

Edward LOGAN Male Irish 17 O <Ontario> Clerk Congregational

Albert LOGAN Male Irish 15 O <Ontario> Going To School Congregational

Sarah LOGAN Female Irish 13 O <Ontario> Going To School Congregational

Elizabeth LOGAN Female Irish 8 O <Ontario> Going To School Congregational

Alice LOGAN Female Irish 11 O <Ontario> Going To School Congregational

 

 

 

More About MATTHEW LOGAN:

Burial: 1911, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, ON

Fact 1: 1850, Constable, Tyrone, Ireland

Fact 2: Bet. 1875 - 1876, Police Chief, Hamilton

Fact 3: 1876, Deputy Warden, Central Prison, Toronto, Ontario

Residence: 1890, Deputy Warden, CP, h Central Prison Grounds, Strachan Avenue

Notes for ELIZABETH COUGHLIN:

Buried Mount Pleasant Cemetery 1905. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Age 75. Elizabeth Coghlan. Plot C Section 29 Lot No. 6

Ontario Canada Deaths: 1869-1932 - YORK

Elizabeth Coghlan Logan, Age 75, Nov. 22, 1905 - Born Ireland - Resides Strachan Ave, Toronto, Cause of Death: Capillary Bronchitis - Married - Presbyterian

John Coghlan In Tipperary - from Ancestry.com Irish Records Extraction Database

Name: Eliza Coghlan

Sex: Female

Birthplace: of Newtown, County Tipperary, Ireland

Baptism: 29 June 1828

Baptism Place: Modreeny, County Tipperrary, Ireland

Father: John Coghlan

Mother: Elizabeth ???

Miscellaneous: Farmer

Source: Parish Register of Modreeny, Diocese of Killaloe, County Tipperary: Baptisms 1827-1840; Marriages 1827-1845; and Burials 1827, 1882. 25 pages.Burials only kept for two years. Record does not state when the parish was closed. The record has been completely extracted for this CD.

King's Co. (Offlay) Baronies

MacCoghlan's

GARRYCASTLE - The largest barony in the King's County, containing parishes of Clonmacaois, Gallen, Lusmagh, Lemonaghan, Reynagh, Tisarin, and Killegally otherwise Wheery, also the towns of Banagher, Ferbane, Shannonbridge, Cloghan, and Shannonharbour, bounded by Westmeath on N., by Tipperary on S.W., and by Galway on W. as separated by the Shannon, which bounds its N. and N.W. border. The Little Brosna and Grand Canal traverses the interior, as does partly the railway from Clara via Ferbane and Belmount-which latter place is celebrated for one of the largest corn mills in Ireland, owned by James and Thomas Perry. This mill was in 1879.80 renovated and modern machinery replaced in it, the building having been destroyed by fire in 1879. The roofless baronial castle, formerly of the MacCoghlans, in the near vicinity of the new important Distillery, is seen from the Birr road, presenting a large gap in the thick walls, resembling an outline map of Ireland. The barony has the pre-eminence of possessing the most elaborate Whiskey Distillery in the country.

County Offaly (King's county)

The barony of Garrycastle, under the old name of Delvin-Ethra or Delvin MacCoghlan, was the inheritance of the MacCoghlan family.

A family of English origin who have had a long association with Banagher was that of Armstrong. Coming over in 1657, they acquired a few years afterwards the very extensive MacCoghlan territory of a Cromwellian grantee, one Gregory Clements, who was dispossessed and executed in 1660 as a regicide. Claremont in Garrycastle, Belle Ivor between Banagher and Cloghan, and Gallen Priory of Ferbane were once Armstrong mansions. The Armstrongs were usually more liberal than the generation in which they lived and espoused the cause of Catholic emancipation in the early years of the last century in spite of the hostility of their class.

The area that the village of Shannon Harbour was built in is known as the townland of Clononeybeg or in Gaelic 'Cluain Uaine Beag' which roughly translated means the small enclosed meadow area of the intended for deputy) one. This is a direct link to Clononey Castle, the 15th century stronghold of the MacCoghlan Clann which is situated a little over a mile from the village. This castle which is in good condition was one of nine that the MacCoghlans owned and second only to their main castle at Garrycastle outside Banagher which is now sadly no longer standing. A cousin of Anne Boleyn is buried in the castle yard.

Clononey Castle

Until 1600 most of west Offaly formed the "tuath" or territory of Delvin, the land of the Mac Coughlans.

 

The Mac Coughlans were renowned castle builders having castles at Cloghan, Banagher, Raghra (near Shannonbridge), Coole (near Ferbane), and Kilcogan (near Ferbane) and at another dozen cities.

Among the finest of these is the lofty castle of Clononey. Built on a limestone outcrop and rising fifty feet it dominates the surrounding landscape.

Just a few yards from the main entrance to the castle lies a large limestone slab which bears an inscription telling us that it was the tombstone of Elizabeth & Mary Bullyn who were relations of Anne Boleyn, one of the wives of Henry the VIII of England.

 

 

More About ELIZABETH COUGHLIN:

Baptism: 29 Jun 1828, Modreeny, County Tipperrary, Ireland

Burial: 1905, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, ON

 

Children of MATTHEW LOGAN and ELIZABETH COUGHLIN are:

i. SAMUEL MATTHEW3 LOGAN, b. 16 Jul 1857, Hamilton Twp., Ontario; d. 25 Apr 1928, Toronto, Ontario; m. ELIZABETH BENNETT, 27 Jun 1887, Toronto, York Co., ON; b. 07 Nov 1860, London, England; d. Bef. 1928, Toronto, Ontario.

Notes for SAMUEL MATTHEW LOGAN:

Occupation when married: Harnessmaker

June 27, 1887

Toronto

Witnesses: Harriet Longley, Toronto; Jessie Nichol, Montreal

By whom married: B. Longley

Rel denomination of bridegroom: Congregational

Name: Samuel Matthews Logan

Birth Place: Hamilton Ontairo

Age: 30

Father Name: Matthew Logan

Mother Name: Eliza Logan

Estimated birth year: abt 1857

Spouse Name: Elizabeth Bennett

Spouse's Age: 27

Spouse Birth Place: London England

Spouse Father Name: Richard Bennett

Spouse Mother Name : Mary O'Connor

Marriage Date: 27 Jun 1887

Marriage Place: York

Marriage County: York

Source: Indexed by: Ancestry.com

1911 Ontario Census

Name: Samuel Logan

Gender: Male

Marital Status: Married

Age: 55

Birth Date: Oct 1855

Birthplace: Ontario

Family Number: 106

Relation to Head of House: Head

Spouse's name: Elizabeth

Tribal: English

Province: Ontario

District: Toronto Centre

District Number: 124

Sub-District: Ward four

Sub-District Number: 30

Place of Habitation: 192 John St

Occupation:

Census Year: 1911

Page: 10

1901 Census

Occupation: Harnessmaker

Rel: Presbyterian

Logan, Samuel M.

Logan, Margaret

 

April 25, 1928

Ontario, Canada Deaths 1869-932

Samuel Matthew Logan

Age: 70

Residence: 167 Major St., Toronto

Widower

Born: Ontario July 16 ----

Retired

Length of residence: 16 yrs to end of life

Name of Father: Matthew Logan, Born: Ireland

Name of Informant: Phyllis Webb, 331 Rushton Rd., Toronto

Relationship of informant: Neice

Burial: Mount Pleasant

Date of Burial - April 27, 1928

Undertaker: Nash Funerals, 1141 St. Clair West

Date of Death: April 25, 1928

Cause of Death: Arterio Sclerosis

Duration: 5 years

Immediate: Sudden

No operation, no autopsy

H.N. East, MD, 955 Queen St. E.

 

 

 

 

 

More About ELIZABETH BENNETT:

Immigration: 1876

2. ii. JOHN FRANCIS LOGAN, b. 06 Feb 1859, Hamilton Twp., Ontario; d. 01 Jan 1947, Toronto, Ontario.

3. iii. MARY JANE (JENNIE) LOGAN, b. Mar 1864, Hamilton Twp., Ontario.

iv. EDWARD LOGAN, b. 1864, Hamilton Twp., Ontario.

v. ALICE ANN LOGAN, b. 05 Feb 1872, Hamilton City, Wentworth Co., ON; m. (1) WILLIAM PERDUE LUMBERS, 06 Jun 1900, Toronto, York Co., ON; b. 05 Mar 1870, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; d. 23 May 1902, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; m. (2) CLARENCE HERBERT MCARTHUR, 08 Jun 1909, Toronto, York Co., ON; b. 23 Mar 1877, Oakville, Halton, ON; d. 1926, Toronto, Ontario.

Notes for ALICE ANN LOGAN:

Note: Date of Birth in 1901 ON Census is wrong. Correct date is Feb 5th 1872. Source: Ontario, Canada Births 1869-1907 Wentworth, Hamilton. Father: Matthew Logan, Sargeant Hamilton Police Force. Mother: Elizabeth Coghlin

Name: Alice Ann Logan

Date of Birth: 5 Feb 1872

Gender: Female

Birth County: Wentworth

Father's name: Matthew Logan

Mother's name: Elizabeth Cochlin

Roll Number: MS929_9

1901 Ontario Census

Name: Alice Lumbers

Gender: Female

Marital Status: Married

Age: 25

Birth Date: 5 Feb 1876

Birthplace: Ontario

Relation to Head of House: Wife

Spouse's name: Wm P

Racial or Tribal Origin: Irish

Nationality: Canadian

Religion: Church of England

Province: Ontario

DISTRICT: Toronto (East/Est) (City/Cité)

District Number: 117

Sub-District: Toronto (East/Est) (City/Cité) Ward/Quartier No 2

Sub-District Number: B-41

Family Number: 59

Page: 6

 

 

Notes for WILLIAM PERDUE LUMBERS:

1901 Ontario Census

Name: Wm P Lumbers

Gender: Male

Marital Status: Married

Age: 31

Birth Date: 5 Mar 1870

Birthplace: Ontario

Relation to Head of House: Head

Spouse's name: Alice

Racial or Tribal Origin: English

Nationality: Canadian

Religion: Church of England

Occupation: Grocer

Province: Ontario

District: Toronto (East/Est) (City/Cité)

District Number: 117

Sub-District: Toronto (East/Est) (City/Cité) Ward/Quartier No 2

Sub-District Number: B-41

Family Number: 59

Page: 6

Wife: Alice Lumbers age 25

Notes for CLARENCE HERBERT MCARTHUR:

Occupation: Broker (in 1909 at date of marriage)

1901 Ontario Census - York - Toronto City - Ward 4

McArthur, Margaret Head Married 1 Dec 1837 ON Scotch descent Presbyterian age 63

" Jean daughter 19 Aug 1874 age 28

" Clarinda daughter 25 Nov 1874 age 26

" Clarence son 23 Mar 1877 age 24 Occ: clerk

vi. ELIZA C. LOGAN, b. 1873, Hamilton, ON; d. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

vii. ALBERT J. LOGAN, b. 1867, Toronto, York Co., ON; d. Apr 1919, Toronto, Ontario.

Notes for ALBERT J. LOGAN:

Ontario Canada Deaths - 1869-1932

Albert James Logan

Age: 52 years

Place of birth: Canada

Place of death: 12 Coxwell Ave., Toronto

Occupation: Clerk

Marital Status: Single

Cause of Death: locomotor ataxia (syphilis of the spinal cord characterized by degeneration of sensory neurons and stabbing pains in the trunk and legs and unsteady gait and incontinence and impotence)

Duration: Some years

Immediate Cause of Death: Exhaustion

Duration: A few weeks

Physician: E.R. Hastings, 791 Queen St. E., Toronto

Name of Informant: R.W. Stone, 525 Sherbourne

Date of Return: April 16, 1919

Date of Death: April 14, 1919

Duration: Some years

Immediate Cause of Death: Exhaustion

 

viii. SARAH L. LOGAN, b. 1878, Toronto, York Co., ON.

 

Generation No. 2

 

2. JOHN FRANCIS3 LOGAN (MATTHEW2, SAMUEL1) was born 06 Feb 1859 in Hamilton Twp., Ontario, and died 01 Jan 1947 in Toronto, Ontario. He married SUSIE GLADYS MORGAN 28 Dec 1898 in St. Catharines, ON, daughter of RICHARD MORGAN and HENRIETTA TAYLOR. She was born 09 Nov 1871 in Hamilton Twp., Ontario, and died Jul 1927 in Toronto, Ontario.

Notes for JOHN FRANCIS LOGAN:

Notes for JOHN FRANCIS LOGAN:

#009356-98 (Lincoln C.): John francis LOGAN, 40, commercial traveller, Barton Twp., not given, s/o Matthew LOGAN & Eliza CAUGHLIN, married Susie Gladys MORGAN, 27, Hamilton, not given, d/o Richard MORGAN & Susan TAYLOR, witn: W.P. LUMBERS & Alice LOGAN, both of Toronto, 28 Dec 1898 at St. Catharines.

1881 Canadian Census St George Ward, Toronto, York, Ontario

Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion

Matthew LOGAN M Male Irish 53 Ireland Dep. Warden O. Prison Congregational

Elizabeth LOGAN M Female Irish 50 Ireland Congregational

Samuel LOGAN Male Irish 25 O <Ontario> Collar Maker Congregational

John LOGAN Male Irish 23 O <Ontario> Jeweller Congregational

Jennie LOGAN Female Irish 19 O <Ontario> Congregational

Edward LOGAN Male Irish 17 O <Ontario> Clerk Congregational

Albert LOGAN Male Irish 15 O <Ontario> Going To School Congregational

Sarah LOGAN Female Irish 13 O <Ontario> Going To School Congregational

Elizabeth Catherine LOGAN Female Irish 8 O <Ontario> Going To School Congregational 

Alice LOGAN Female Irish 11 O <Ontario> Going To School Congregational

1900 Canadian Census - YORK - West

19 61 Logan Jno F M Head M Feb 6 1859 42

20 61 Logan Gladys F Wife M Nov 9 1872 28

21 61 Logan Gladys F Daughter S Oct 29 1900

Marriage Certificate of Elizabeth Catherine Logan to Charles Frederick SmallpieceLogan_Marriage.jpg (106128 bytes)

 

More About JOHN FRANCIS LOGAN:

Fact 1: 1883, 52 Strachan, Slsm. Smith & Fudger

Fact 2: 1885, bds. 52 Strachan, Slsm. Smith & Fudger

Fact 3: 1887, bds. 52 Strachan, Slsm. Goldsmith Stock Co.

Fact 4: 1891, 4 Strachan Ave., Slsm. Goldsmith Stock Co.

Fact 5: 1896, 52 Strachan, travel. Goldsmith Stock Co.

Fact 6: 1900, 30 Strachan Ave, Goldsmith Stock Co.

Fact 7: 1905, 47 Callendar, trav Goldsmith Stock Co.

Fact 8: 1916, 37 St. Andrews Gdns., trav Goldsmith Stock Co.

Fact 9: 1940, 37 St. Andrews Gdns., Rosedale, Toronto

Fact 10: 1947, 37 St. Andrews Gdns., Rosedale, Toronto

 

More About JOHN FRANCIS LOGAN:

Burial: Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, ON

Fact 1: 1883, 52 Strachan, Slsm. Smith & Fudger

Fact 2: 1885, bds. 52 Strachan, Slsm. Smith & Fudger

Fact 3: 1887, bds. 52 Strachan, Slsm. Goldsmith Stock Co.

Fact 4: 1891, 4 Strachan Ave., Slsm. Goldsmith Stock Co.

Fact 5: 1896, 52 Strachan, travel. Goldsmith Stock Co.

Fact 6: 1900, 30 Strachan Ave, Goldsmith Stock Co.

Fact 7: 1905, 47 Callendar, trav Goldsmith Stock Co.

Fact 8: 1916, 37 St. Andrews Gdns., trav Goldsmith Stock Co.

Fact 9: 1940, 37 St. Andrews Gdns., Rosedale, Toronto

Fact 10: 1947, 37 St. Andrews Gdns., Rosedale, Toronto

Notes for SUSIE GLADYS MORGAN:

Name: Susie Gladys Morgan

Birth Place: Hamilton Ontairo

Age: 27

Father Name: Richard Morgan

Mother Name: Susan Taylor

Estimated birth year: abt 1871

Spouse Name: John Francis Logan

Spouse's Age: 40

Spouse Birth Place: Barton Tp Wentworth CO

Spouse Father Name: Matthew Logan

Spouse Mother Name : Eliza Caughlin

Marriage Date: 28 Dec 1898

Marriage Place: Lincoln

Marriage County: Lincoln

Family History Library Microfilm: MS932_96

Source: Indexed by: Ancestry.com

 

More About SUSIE GLADYS MORGAN:

Burial: Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, ON

 

Children of JOHN LOGAN and SUSIE MORGAN are:

4. i. GLADYS MARGUERITE (RETA)4 LOGAN, b. 29 Oct 1900, Toronto, Ontario; d. 01 Jan 1963, Toronto, Ontario.

ii. ROY LINWOOD LOGAN, b. 02 Oct 1902, Toronto, ON.

Notes for ROY LINWOOD LOGAN:

Ontario Births

Roy Linwood Logan

October 2, 1902

Parents: John Francis Logan & Susie Gladys Morgan

 

iii. MOSLEY FRANCIS LOGAN, b. 17 Jun 1904, Toronto, ON.

Notes for MOSLEY FRANCIS LOGAN:

Name: Mosley Francis Logan

Date of Birth: 17 Jun 1904

Gender: Male

Birth County: York

Father's name: John F Logan

Mother's name: Susie Gladys Morgan

Roll Number: MS929_167

 

iv. KENNETH TAYLOR LOGAN, b. Sep 1906, Toronto, Ontario; d. 28 Feb 1989, East York, Toronto, Ontario; m. THELMA JANET; b. Abt. 1911, Ontario; d. Toronto, Ontario.

Notes for KENNETH TAYLOR LOGAN:

Fact 1: 1958, Cage Manager, Charles King & Co., Lives at 37 St. Andrews Gardens, Rosedale, Ont

Fact 2: 1965, Securities Clerk, Charles King & Co. Lives at 85 Gamble Ave., Apt 404, EY, Tor.

Fact 3: 1975, Secur. Clk, Chas. King & Co., lives 145 Cosborne, Apt. 506 EY, Tor.

Fact 4: 1982, Same as 1975

Sunday, March 5, 1989 The Toronto Star

Sunday, March 5, 1989 The Toronto Star

LOGAN, Kenneth Taylor – At his residence on Tuesday, February 28, 1989, Kenneth, beloved husband of the late Thelma Janet. Lovingly remembered by his niece, Merta. Ken retired from Odlum and Brown Brokerage Firm in December 1986. He served in the Second Division of the Royal Canadian Corp of Signals during World War II. Private service will be held Monday at Mount Pleasant Cemetery with Reverend James Decker presiding. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.

Established in 1923, Odlum Brown Limited is an independent, BC based, full-service investment firm focused on providing professional investment advice, objective research and personalized client service.

 

 

More About KENNETH TAYLOR LOGAN:

Fact 1: 1958, Cage Manager, Charles King & Co., Lives at 37 St. Andrews Gardens, Rosedale, Ont

Fact 2: 1965, Securities Clerk, Charles King & Co. Lives at 85 Gamble Ave., Apt 404, EY, Tor.

Fact 3: 1975, Secur. Clk, Chas. King & Co., lives 145 Cosborne, Apt. 506 EY, Tor.

Fact 4: 1982, Same as 1975

 

3. MARY JANE (JENNIE)3 LOGAN (MATTHEW2, SAMUEL1) was born Mar 1864 in Hamilton Twp., Ontario. She married SAMUEL RUFAS OLMSTED 19 Sep 1882 in Toronto, York Co., ON. He was born 19 Aug 1863 in Ancaster, Wentworth Co., ON.

Notes for MARY JANE (JENNIE) LOGAN:

1901 Ontario Census - York West - City of Toronto - Ward 6

Olmsted, Samuel R. Aug 19, 1862 Commercial Traveller Age: 38

Olmsted, Mary J. Mar 31, 1862 Wife Age: 39

" Maud 5 July 1884 age 16

" Irene 3 Dec 1885 age 15

" Erle 15 Mar 1887 age 14

" Clifford 22 Oct 1892 age 8

" Marjory 29 Aug 1894 age 6

" Phyllis 12 Oct 1896 age 4

Name: Samuel R Olmsted

Gender: Male

Marital Status: Married

Age: 38

Birth Date: 19 Aug 1862

Birthplace: Ontario

Relation to Head of House: Head

Racial or Tribal Origin: English

Nationality: Canadian

Religion: Methodist

Occupation: Com Traveller

Province: Ontario

District: York (West/Ouest)

District Number: 131

Sub-District: Toronto (City/Cité) Ward/Quartier No 6

1911 Ontario Census - Toronto - North

Olmsted Samuel 178 Avenue Road M Head M Aug 1863 47 1901

22 26 Olmsted Mary F Wife M Mar 1864 47 1901

23 26 Olmsted Irene F Daughter S Dec 1887 23 1901

24 26 Olmsted Erle M Son S Mar 1889 22 1901

25 26 Olmsted Clifford M Son S Oct 1892 18 1901

26 26 Olmsted Margery F Daughter S Aug 1894 16 1901

27 26 Olmsted Phyllis F Daughter S Oct 1896 14 1901

 

 

Notes for SAMUEL RUFAS OLMSTED:

Samuel Rufus Olmsted

Residence when married: Hamilton, ON

Age: 21

Profession: Commercial Traveller

Marriage: 19th September 1882

Place of Marriage: Toronto, ON

Sarah Jane Logan

Age 21

Residence when married: Toronto

Names and Residences of Witnesses: Isabel Norris or Norrin, Mat. Logan

Parents of Bride: Matthew & Eliza Logan

Groom's Parents: Samuel N. Olmsted & Sarah Olmsted

1911 Ontario Census

Olmsted Samuel 178 Avenue Road M Head M Aug 1863 47 1901

22 26 Olmsted Mary F Wife M Mar 1864 47 1901

23 26 Olmsted Irene F Daughter S Dec 1887 23 1901

24 26 Olmsted Erle M Son S Mar 1889 22 1901

25 26 Olmsted Clifford M Son S Oct 1892 18 1901

26 26 Olmsted Margery F Daughter S Aug 1894 16 1901

27 26 Olmsted Phyllis F Daughter S Oct 1896 14 1901

 

 

 

 

Children of MARY LOGAN and SAMUEL OLMSTED are:

i. IRENE4 OLMSTED, b. Dec 1887, Toronto, Ontario.

ii. ERLE LOGAN OLMSTED, b. Mar 1889, Toronto, Ontario; m. EDYTH MAY FOSTER, 14 Jun 1911, Toronto, York Co., ON; b. 1889.

Notes for ERLE LOGAN OLMSTED:

Erle Logan Olmsted

Edyth May Foster

June 14, 1911

Occupation: Grocer

Religion: Methodist

Residence of Husband: Toronto

Residence of Wife: Toronto

Name in Full of Father of Husband: Samuel Rufas Olmsted

Occupation: Commercial Traveler

Name in Full of Father of Wife: Arlington Foster

Rank and Profession of Father of Wife: Railroad Contractor

Name and Maiden Name of Mother of Husband: Jennie Logan

Name and Maiden Name of Mother of Wife: Sarah E. Parkins

Names and Addresses of Witnesses: A.C. Olmsted, 178 Avenue Rd., Toronto

Mrs. A. Cuthbert, 506 Avenue Rd., Toronto

Person Solomizing marriage: Wm. F. German, 60 Lindsay Ave., Toronto

R.H. Cuthbert, Issuer of Marriage License

June 14th 1911

Toronto

Signed: Erle Logan Olmsted

iii. SAMUEL CLIFFORD OLMSTED, b. Oct 1892, Chicago, IL; m. MARY GERTRUDE LALOR (LAYLOR), 19 Oct 1916, Toronto, York Co., ON; b. 1893, Alliston, ON.

Notes for SAMUEL CLIFFORD OLMSTED:

Samuel Clifford Olmsted

Residence when married: Toronto, ON

Place of Birth: Chicago, IL

Bachelor

Occ: Clerk

Rel. Denom: Methodist

Father: Samuel Rufas Olmsted

Mother: Mary Jane Logan

Intended Place of Marriage: Toronto, ON

Bride:

Mary Gertrude Lalor

age 23

Residence when married: Toronto

Place of Birth: Alliston, ON

Spinster

Catholic

Parents: John Joseph Lalor, Elizabeth Hart

 

iv. MARJORY MARY JANE OLMSTED, b. Aug 1894, Chicago, IL; m. GROVER CLEVELAND BOOK, 20 Nov 1916, Toronto, York Co., ON; b. 1892, Buffalo, NY.

Notes for MARJORY MARY JANE OLMSTED:

Parents: S. R. Olmsted, Mary Jane Logan

Residence when married: Toronto

Religion: Methodist

Witness: Phyllis Olmsted

57 Farnham Ave

A.G. Webb

208 Finland Ave.(sp?) Toronto

Nov. 20th 1916

Notes for GROVER CLEVELAND BOOK:

Occupation: Traveler

Rel: Methodist

Residence when married: Toronto

 

5. v. PHYLLIS VICTORIA OLMSTED, b. Oct 1896, Chicago, IL.

 

Generation No. 3

 

4. GLADYS MARGUERITE (RETA)4 LOGAN (JOHN FRANCIS3, MATTHEW2, SAMUEL1) was born 29 Oct 1900 in Toronto, Ontario, and died 01 Jan 1963 in Toronto, Ontario. She married LEWIS SAYERS FORSYTH 24 Oct 1923 in Rosedale Congregational Church, Toronto, ONT, son of WILLIAM FORSYTH and SARAH BOORE. He was born 16 Nov 1898 in Baltimore, Maryland, and died 29 May 1972 in Toronto, Ontario, Mount Pleasant Cemetary.

Notes for GLADYS MARGUERITE (RETA) LOGAN:

Ontario, Canada Births - 1869-1907

LOGAN, Gladys Reta

Born: October 29, 1900

Parents: John Francis Logan & Susie Gladys Morgan

More About GLADYS MARGUERITE (RETA) LOGAN:

Burial: 1963, Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, ON

Notes for LEWIS SAYERS FORSYTH:

Lewis Sayers Forsythe,

WW I Regiment # 316897

Rank: GNR

Box: 3215-8

September 1916 he sailed aboard the Cameronia for Europe. He was with the 55th Battery. The 55th Battery was part of the Canadian Field Artillery. It was part of the 13th Brigade, 5th Divisional Artillery. Canada had 4 Divisions and each Division had it's own artillery Batteries. The 5th Division never was formed, however its' artillery was used in support of Canadian troops. The 13th Brigade was known as The Black Watch.

Born November 16, 1898. Delivered by Dr. George Hocking, Govanstown

Buried in Mount Pleasant Cemetary, Toronto, Ont. Section 29, Lot 704

Pink Gravestone. Names of stone: Dorothy Hicklin, 1907-1956. Beloved Wife of Lewis Forsythe.

Lewis S. Forsythe, 1898-1972. Beloved Husband of Mary C. McCullagh.

William Forsythe, 1897-1959. Beloved Husband of Nena Rice.

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1953 Toronto City Directory - MacKay & Muldoon Ltd., Lewis S. Forsythe, pres., Ross Kennedy, sec., Harry A. Drury, treas., builders supplies, 25 Lascelles Blvd.

Henry A. Drury, house- 242 Glenrose Ave.

Beatrice F. Drury, employed The Trading Post - house 242 Glenrose Ave.

1954 - Lewis S. Forsythe, resides 46 Glen Stewart Cres., Toronto

1955 - McKay & Muldoon Ltd., Lewis S. Forsythe, pres., Ross Kennedy, sec., Harvey A. Drury, treas., builders supplies. 25 Lascelles Blvd. Branch - 5413 Dundas W., Etobicoke.

1956 - McKay & Muldoon Ltd., Lewis S. Forsythe, pres., Ross Kennedy, sec., D.J. Thompson, treas., 25 Lascelles Blvd & 5413 Dundas W., Etobicoke.

1957 & 1958 - Kennedy, Ross (Kennedy & Kennedy) resides Locust Hill

TORONTO STAR Obituary Notice:

Forsythe, Lewis Sayers Suddenly in Toronto on Monday, May 29, 1972, Lewis Sayers Forsythe, husband of Mary, father of Logan, Richmond Hill, Mrs. William Kennedy (Marilyn) Scarborough, stepfather of Cheryl.

Funeral Chapel of Austin J. Mack Ltd. 1986 Queen St. E., Toronto, Ont.

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More About LEWIS SAYERS FORSYTHE:

Fact 1: Bet. 1937 - 1946, Salesman, Canada Cement Company

Fact 2: 1947, Salesman, General Motors Products

Fact 3: Bet. 1948 - 1958, President-Mgr., McKay-Muldoon Ltd.

Fact 4: 1923, Living at 46 College, Apt. 6 - Married to Gladys Logan

Fact 5: Bet. 1937 - 1953, Lives at 37 St. Andrews Gdns., Rosedale, Ont.

Fact 6: Bet. 1953 - 1957, Lives at 46 Glen Stewart

Fact 7: Bet. 1969 - 1972, Lives at 2 Park Vista, Apt. 609, Toronto, Ontario

Fact 8: May 29, 1972, Died

 

 

More About LEWIS SAYERS FORSYTH:

Fact 1: Bet. 1937 - 1946, Salesman, Canada Cement Company

Fact 2: 1947, Salesman, General Motors Products

Fact 3: Bet. 1948 - 1958, President-Mgr., McKay-Muldoon Ltd.

Fact 4: 1923, Living at 46 College, Apt. 6 - Married to Gladys Logan

Fact 5: Bet. 1937 - 1953, Lives at 37 St. Andrews Gdns., Rosedale, Ont.

Fact 6: Bet. 1953 - 1957, Lives at 46 Glen Stewart

Fact 7: Bet. 1969 - 1972, Lives at 2 Park Vista, Apt. 609, Toronto, Ontario

Fact 8: 29 May 1972, Died

 

Children of GLADYS LOGAN and LEWIS FORSYTH are:

6. i. LEWIS LOGAN5 FORSYTH, b. 19 Sep 1926, Toronto, Ontario; d. 28 Sep 1980, Richmond Hill, Ontario.

7. ii. MARILYN SUE FORSYTH, b. 22 Aug 1928, Toronto, Ontario; d. 18 Feb 1975, Scarborough, Ontario.

 

5. PHYLLIS VICTORIA4 OLMSTED (MARY JANE (JENNIE)3 LOGAN, MATTHEW2, SAMUEL1) was born Oct 1896 in Chicago, IL. She married ALBERT GRIGG WEBB 03 Jun 1921 in Toronto, York Co., ON, son of WILLIAM WEBB and JEAN MACLAREN. He was born 1889 in London, ON.

Notes for PHYLLIS VICTORIA OLMSTED:

Marriage:

Phyllis Victoria Olmsted

age: 24

Rel: Methodist

Res when married: 686a St. Clair Ave., Toronto

596 Jarvis W., Toronto

Place of Birth: Chicago, IL

Date of Marriage: June 3, 1921

Albert Grigg Webb

Age: 32

Occ: Foreman

Bachelor

Presbyterian

Res. when married: 205 Howland Ave

Place of Birth: London, ON

Parents: William Grigg Webb & Jean MacLaren

Place of Marriage: Toronto

 

Child of PHYLLIS OLMSTED and ALBERT WEBB is:

i. PHYLLIS5 WEBB, b. Abt. 1922, Toronto, Ontario.

 

Generation No. 4

 

6. LEWIS LOGAN5 FORSYTH (GLADYS MARGUERITE (RETA)4 LOGAN, JOHN FRANCIS3, MATTHEW2, SAMUEL1) was born 19 Sep 1926 in Toronto, Ontario, and died 28 Sep 1980 in Richmond Hill, Ontario. He married (1) BARBARA MURISON DUNN 21 Nov 1945 in St. Paul's Church, 227 Bloor St. E., Toronto, ON, daughter of JAMES DUNN and DOROTHY CAHILL. She was born 15 Aug 1926 in Hamilton, Ontario, and died 18 Sep 1997 in Yuma, Yuma, Arizona. He married (2) ANNETTE GALLANT 11 Sep 1959. She was born 23 Nov 1929 in Shediac, New Brunswick.

Notes for LEWIS LOGAN FORSYTH:

World War II - 48th Highlanders.

 

More About LEWIS LOGAN FORSYTH:

Student: 1945, Religion, United Church of Canada

Notes for BARBARA MURISON DUNN:

I

 

More About ANNETTE GALLANT:

Occupation: 1959, Assistant Bookeeper, Minden, Pivnick & Gross

Residence: 1959, 14B, 1050 Yonge St., Toronto, Ontario

 

Children of LEWIS FORSYTH and BARBARA DUNN are:

8. i. NANCY BARBARA6 FORSYTH

9. ii. BRIAN LOGAN FORSYTH

 

Children of LEWIS FORSYTH and ANNETTE GALLANT are:

iii. IAN ANDREW6 FORSYTH

iv. LEWIS ROBERT FORSYTH.

 

7. MARILYN SUE5 FORSYTH (GLADYS MARGUERITE (RETA)4 LOGAN, JOHN FRANCIS3, MATTHEW2, SAMUEL1) was born 22 Aug 1928 in Toronto, Ontario, and died 18 Feb 1975 in Scarborough, Ontario. She married (1) UNKNOWN. She married (2) BRUCE LOUIS FLEMING 09 Oct 1948 in Toronto, Ontario, son of GORDON FLEMING and HILDA LEE. He was born 1930 in Windsor, Ontario. She married (3) WILLIAM KENNEDY 09 Feb 1957 in Rosedale Congregational Church, Toronto, Ontario, son of WILLIAM KENNEDY and ELIZABETH FINLAY. He was born 10 Aug 1925 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and died 01 Dec 1993 in Oshawa, Ontario Oshawa Cemetary.

More About MARILYN SUE FORSYTH:

Fact 1: 14 Apr 1929, Rosedale United Church, Toronto, Ontario

Fact 2: 1948, Typist, Elias Rogers

Fact 3: 03 May 1952, Gave birth to Lynda Sue Forsythe, Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, Quebec

Fact 4: 22 Apr 1954, Lynda Sue Forsythe was adopted. Adoption papers signed July 1952

Fact 5: 09 Feb 1957, Married to William Kennedy

Occupation: 1956, with Dept. of National Defense, 117 Smith St., London, Ont.

Notes for BRUCE LOUIS FLEMING:

Sergeant Bruce Louis Fleming - 1955 Royal Canadian Artillery, Toronto, Ontario.

1959 Camp Shilo, Manitoba.

September 23, 1955 was served with Divorce papers from Marilyn Sue Forsythe Fleming. Divorced January 16, 1957.

 

More About WILLIAM KENNEDY:

Fact 1: 1948, Sheet Metal Wkr., London Concrete, 321 King St. London

Fact 2: 1956, Works at Western Steel, house 30 Giles/Marilyn listed same address

Fact 3: 1957, Lives 117 Smith St., London - Sheet Metal Worker

Fact 4: 1959, Wm.(Marilyn) works General Steel Wares, h 778 Hamilton Rd.

Fact 5: Bet. 1959 - 1970, Wm.-works GSW, London, starting- sheet metal worker, draughtsman, supt., mgr.mfg.

Fact 6: Bet. 1972 - 1976, Works as Manager, Nelmanco. Lives 510, 3827 Lawrence Ave.E., Scarborough

Fact 7: 1954, Wm.-SheetMetalWorker-London Concrete Mach. rm. 321 King, Toronto

Fact 8: 1956, Wm.-SheetMetalWorker-Dundas Sheet Metal Wks., rm. 185 Dunn Ave. Toronto

Fact 9: Bet. 1977 - 1980, Admin. Plant Mgr., Unistrut (A), Oshawa h 288 Bluejay Crescent, Oshawa

Fact 10: Bet. 1981 - 1994, Admin.Plant Mgr., Unistrut(A), Oshawa, h 455 Mayfair Ave., Unit 219, Oshawa

Residence: 1956, Sheet Metal Worker. Lives 185 Dunn Ave.

 

Child of MARILYN FORSYTH and UNKNOWN is:

10. i. LYNDA SUE6 FORSYTH, b. 03 May 1952, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

 

Generation No. 5

 

8. NANCY BARBARA6 FORSYTH (LEWIS LOGAN5, GLADYS MARGUERITE (RETA)4 LOGAN, JOHN FRANCIS3, MATTHEW2, SAMUEL1) was born 11 Jun 1946 in Toronto, Ontario. She married (1) BERTRAM CRAIG. He was born Abt. 1930 in Peterborough, Ontario. She married (2) DON HOPKINS (3) Wayne Drinkwater

 

Child of NANCY FORSYTH and DON HOPKINS is:

i. JOHN7 HOPKINS 

9. BRIAN LOGAN6 FORSYTH (LEWIS LOGAN5, GLADYS MARGUERITE (RETA)4 LOGAN, JOHN FRANCIS3, MATTHEW2, SAMUEL1) was born in Toronto, Ontario. He met (1) CAROL- ANNE FRANCES FEHILY, daughter of EUGENE FEHILY and MARGARET O'ROURKE. She was born in Newmarket, Ontario. He married (2) DIANE RODRIGUES.

 

Children of BRIAN FORSYTH and CAROL- FEHILY are:

i. LOGAN PATRICK7 FORSYTH

ii. JEREMY EUGENE FORSYTH

 

Child of BRIAN FORSYTH and DIANE RODRIGUES is:

iii. JESSICA SARA7 FORSYTH

 

10. LYNDA SUE6 FORSYTH (MARILYN SUE5, GLADYS MARGUERITE (RETA)4 LOGAN, JOHN FRANCIS3, MATTHEW2, SAMUEL1) was born 03 May 1952 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She married (1) PATRICK MARTIN BRENNAN 07 Jul 1973 in St. Patrick's Cathedral (Chapel), Montreal, P.Q., son of SEAN BRENNAN and MARGARET FITZPATRICK. He was born 08 May 1950 in Clontarf, Dublin, Ireland, and died 17 Sep 1995 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She married (2) WILLIAM LATHAM ADAIR 02 Dec 1989 in Orangeville, Ontario, son of MAJOR ADAIR and EDNA LATHAM

Notes for LYNDA SUE FORSYTH:

Divorced from Patrick Martin Brennan in 1983.

 

Notes for PATRICK MARTIN BRENNAN:

Patrick Martin Brennan, born May 8, 1950 in Dublin, Ireland, was Director of Investments for the Nova Scotia Government from 1989-1994. Prior to this he held the position of Sr. Vice-President, Standard Life, Montreal, P.Q. from 1980-1989. He was a Senior Investment Analyst for Royal Trust, Toronto, ON from 1978-1980. He also worked as a Financial Analysts for Royal Trust, Montreal, P.Q. from 1973-1978. He was an Honours Graduate from University College Dublin and McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. Patrick organized The Association of Financial Analysts for the Maritime Provinces as well as becoming its' first President.

 

Children of LYNDA FORSYTH and PATRICK BRENNAN are:

i. CIARA NOELLE7 BRENNAN

ii. SEAN PATRICK GABRIEL BRENNAN

 

Castlewellan (in Irish: Caisleán Uidhilín, ie Uidhilín’s Castle) is a large village in County Down, Northern Ireland, situated beside Castlewellan Lake and Slievenaslat mountain, 16 miles (25 km) south west of Downpatrick. It lies between the Mourne Mountains and Slieve Croob. It had a population of 2,392 people in the 2001 Census. It is located in the Down District Council area.

Castlewellan has a wide main street which runs through two main squares lined with chestnut trees. The town was designed by a French architect for the Annesley family (at that time owners of what is now Castlewellan Forest Park) and is unique within Ireland due to its tree lined squares both in the old town (upper square) and new town (lower square) as well as its very wide main street. The old market house in the upper square was built in 1764 and now houses the public library.[1] the town contains many buildings of interest including St. Pauls Church of Ireland church, St. Malachys RC church, the Grange Courtyard and Castlewellan Castle.

 

LOGAN
Logan, Miss=Archer, Sam. 1802 p. 383
Logan, Miss=Gibson, Jas. 1807 p. 63
Logan, John, Centry, Castlereagh=Richardson, Ann, Ballytrim, nr. Killileath Dec. 1807 p. 763

Irish Marriages

BEING AN INDEX TO THE MARRIAGES IN
WALKER'S HIBERNIAN MAGAZINE
1771 to 1812


By Henry Farrar; London, England; 1890http://www.celticcousins.net/ireland/irish_marriages.htm

 

The 1766 Religious Census

PARISH OF DUNGANNON

Parliamentary Religious Returns:  P.R.O. Bundle 79,  No. 1023

United Parishes of Drumglass and Tullaniskan which together with Town and Corporation of Dungannon are commonly called the parish of Dungannon. 

Cornamuckla

Saml. Logan

http://www.ulsterancestry.com/Religious_Census-1766.htm

 

Donegal Will Index

Diocese of Raphoe

1684 - 1858

Logan, Hugh; Currenagh Glebe; 1796
Logan, John; Darney; 1830

http://www.ulsterancestry.com/ua-free-DonegalWillIndex.html

BANBRIDGE

The Belfast Newsletter Index 1737-1800

Part 2

ABSTRACT

+Banbridge lower =Montgomery,Nath. +Ballydugan =Boie,John. +Hillsborough
+Castlereagh =Hamilton,Hugh. +Carnakelly =Greer,John. +Cultra +Lecale
+Dufferin =Hewitt,Thomas. +Killinchy.
=Bailie,James. +Ballywalter +Kinalarty =Maffett,William. +Ballynahinch
=Fisher,John. =Henry,Thomas. +Grangewalls =M''Cullagh,Thomas. +Ards +Greyabby
High Constables Co. +Down upper +Iveagh =Logan,Mr. +Castlewellan =Williams,Wm.
 

Document No. 97639     Issue Date:  May 19, 1772  Subject:  GOVIRL LEGAL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Primary Valuation of Ireland 1848-1864

http://www.ulsterancestry.com/search_UA_Griffith.php

Surname First Name Townland Parish County
Logan Agnes Scrabo Newtownards Down
Logan Catherine Castlereagh Knockbreda Down
Logan Daniel Cromac Ballymacarret Chapel Lane Knockbreda Down
Logan Daniel Killyleagh St.,Crossgar Kilmore Down
Logan Edward Cromac Ballymacarret Lagan Bridge Road Knockbreda Down
Logan Eliza Cromac Ballymacarret Club Row Lane Knockbreda Down
Logan George Balloo Killinchy Down
Logan George Ballylucas Rathmullan Down
Logan George Ballymacreelly Killinchy Down
Logan George Drumgooland Loughinisland Down
Logan George Dundrum Kilmegan Down
Logan Gilbert Shannaghan Newry Down
Logan Gilbert Tullintanvally Annaclone Down
Logan Isaac Ballymagaraghan Moira Down
Logan Isaac Bottier Moira Down
Logan Isaac Tullyard Moira Down
Logan James Ballymagaraghan Moira Down
Logan James Bird Lane,Banbridge Seapatrick Down
Logan James Cromac Ballymacarret Newtownards Road Knockbreda Down
Logan James Doctor's Lane,Banbridge Seapatrick Down
Logan James Mullafernaghan Magherally Down
Logan James Newry Street,Banbridge Seapatrick Down
Logan James Taughblane Hillsborough Down
Logan James, Jr. Cromac Ballymacarret Newtownards Road Knockbreda Down
Logan Jane Cromac Ballymacarret The Paved Road Knockbreda Down
Logan John Ballylessan Drumbo Down
Logan John Ballymagaraghan Moira Down
Logan John Ballyroney Drumballyroney Down
Logan John Clare Tullylish Down
Logan John Ferry Street,Portaferry Ballyphilip Down
Logan John Gartross Magheralin Down
Logan John Kilmood and Ballybunden Kilmood Down
Logan John Thomastown Ardquin Down
Logan Margaret Hilltown,Carcullion Clonduff Down
Logan Mary Cromac Ballymacarret Club Row Lane Knockbreda Down
Logan Mary Slatady Knockbreda Down
Logan Mary South Street,Newtownards Newtownards Down
Logan Mina Ballyministragh Kilmood Down
Logan Patrick Knocknagore Tullylish Down
Logan Patrick Lisnatrunk Lambeg Down
Logan Robert Cromac Ballynafoy Ballynafoy Village Knockbreda Down
Logan Robert Thomastown Ardquin Down
Logan Simon Slatady Knockbreda Down
Logan Thomas Ballykine Upper Magheradrool Down
Logan Thomas Banoge Donaghcloney Down
Logan Thomas Gasworksrd,Ballynahinch Magheradrool Down
Logan Thomas High St.,Ballynahinch Magheradrool Down
Logan William Downshire Place,Banbridge Seapatrick Down
Logan William Main Street,Groomsport Bangor Down
Logan William Mullafernaghan Magherally Down

 

 

 

 

 

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