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Notes on the Loggins Family

Tennesseeans in the War of 1812 

Loggins, Dixon Pvt Col N T Perkins Capt Geo W Mar Vol Mtd 1 af 
Martin Loggins Pvt Col T Mc Crory Capt Jas Shannon Mil Inf
Samuel Loggins Pvt Regt Comm Omitted Capt Archibald Mc Kinney, Cav
William Loggins 2Sgt Col R C Napier Capt Edward Neblett Mil Inf

The First Settlers of San Augustine County, Texas

C M Loggins pg49 pg54 #167 #731 26 dec 1839 amt 3-640 28 Sept 1841
Greene B Loggins pg56 297 #735 11 Jan 1840 amt 3-320 16 Sept 1844
M Loggins pg 50 # 24 May 1839 640 Sept 18 1841
Martin Loggins pg55 212 24 28 Dec 1841 amt 3-640 15 Aug 1842
P J Loggins p41 p51 640 2 aug 1841 640 15 June 1838
Samuel Loggins pg39 pg54 215 640 1 Feb 1838 3-640 28 Sept 1841
William H Loggins pg 38 394 #1578 12 Sept 1838 3-320 12 Oct 1846

San Augustine County, Texas Courthouse Records - Loose Papers 1831-1906

Martin Loggins listed in Montgomery County, Tenn 1820
Martin Loggins listed in Maury County, Tenn 1830

1850 San Augustine County, Texas Census 

20 228 228 Loggins Susan 58 F 550 S.C. X 
21 228 228 Loggins Wm Henry 26 M Farmer Tenn 
22 228 228 Loggins Lewis 18 M Farmer Tenn 
23 228 228 Loggins Richard 16 M Farmer Mi 
24 228 228 Loggins Wm D. 12 M Texas 
25 229 229 Loggins Samuel 40 M Farmer 350 Tenn 
26 229 229 Loggins Calpermia 16 F Mi 
27 229 229 Loggins Helen 14 F Mi 
28 229 229 Loggins James T. 12 M Texas 
29 229 229 Loggins Argi 10 M Texas 3
0 229 229 Loggins Malissy Ann 8 F Texas 
31 229 229 Loggins Samuel 6 M Texas

Chinquapin/Loggins/Redland Cemetery San Augustine County, Texas 

US HWY 96 go 7.5 miles south of the State HWY 147 and US HWY 96 intersection; turn right (west) on a county dirt road and go 1.2 miles. The cemetery is on the left. This cemetery began in May of 1838 when Minnie Loggins, the nineteen year old daughter of Martin and [Susanna Willingham Loggins], died. On June 5, 1838, Cade Loggins died. They were both buried on property belonging to Susanna's brother, Edward Willingham. In 1847, Susanna Loggins bought the land from her brother.

Cade Loggins b. 1802 d. 1824 F. Martin Loggins M. Susanna Willingham Sp Nancy Oliphant. NOTE: his data may be in error as his mother was born c1792. He died c1838 maybe 5 June 1838

Greenberry Loggins no dates (d. 27 Dec 1848?) F. Martin Loggins M. Susanna Willingham

Martin Loggins no dates (d. 27 Dec 1848?) A native of Tennessee in the Seventeens F. William Loggins Sp. Susanna Willingham

Minnie Loggins b.1817 d.1838 F. Martin Loggins M. Susanna Willingham

Samuel Loggins no dates (1810-1887?) F. Martin Loggins M. Susanna Willingham Sp Melissa Oliphant

Suana Loggins no dates (1792-1870-80?) Wife of Martin Loggins