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162. Nancy "Nannie" WILSON131,132,133 was born in 1860 in Lawrence County, Missouri.102,103

Letter from J. B. Haden to his brother Jimmie dated 31 Aug 1931, mentioned that Maurice was visiting in Austin and had been to see Nannie Wilson and her husband the Rev. Mr. Logan. Refers to Nannie as a very active old woman; Maurice apparently also met her daughter who is married & mother of a son.

Nannie apparently married Benjamin F. Logan.
1910 Census. Springfield Ward 6, Greene Co, MO, Hh 272
Rev. B. F. Logan, 54, married twice, 11 years this time, b. MO, parents b. TN, Minister, Church
Nannie, wife, 50, 1 children, b. MO, father b. TN, mother b. KY
Olive Lee, dau, 8, b. MO
Senith Logan, dau, 29, b. MO, Stenographer, Rail Raod

The 1920 census finds them in Beauregard Parish, LA, Police Jury Ward 3, ED 26, p.10A, Household 205. Benjamin's age is 64, b. Missouri; his parents born in TN. He was a Minister. Nanie, wife age 60, b. MO. Her father b. TN, her mother b. KY. Olive, daughter, probably age 28/27 [marked over] is a Teacher in the public school. Olive was born in Missouri.
In 1930, the Logans were in Austin, Travis Co, TX, ED 24, p.6A, Household 126. Benjamin was now age 75; he was age 22 at first marriage. He was a Minister of the USA Presbyterian Church. Nannie was listed as 70 and says she was age 30 at her first marriage. It would appear that perhaps she was Benjamin Logan's 2nd wife and they had married about 1890.


Nancy "Nannie" WILSON and Rev. Benjamin Franklin LOGAN were married on 19 April 1898.134 Rev. Benjamin Franklin LOGAN was born on 6 January 1855 in Marionville, Lawrence County, Missouri.134 He died on 4 April 1933 at the age of 78 in Austin, Travis County, Texas.

With his parents:
1870 Census, Buck Prairie Twp, Lawrence, MO, Hh 64
William Logan, 55, Farmer, b. TN
Hettie E., 42, b. TN
There is a marriage record, 10 April 1870, Lawrence Co Mo for William Logan to Hetty Elisabeth Jarett.
George, 18, b. TN
Benjamin, 15, b. MO - as were all the rest in the household
Mary 13,
Buckhanan, 11
Bryant children: Jane, 16, Robert 15, John, 13 (stepchildren?)
John D. Moore, 32, Rail Road Clerk
Frances R. Moore, 21
Hh 65
William B. Logan, 22, Farmer, b. TN, Lavina, 22. Lora A., 2, Sarah A., 5 months
Hh 66
John Logan, 33, b. TN. Harriett, 29, b. TN. William B. 6, Elizabeth F., 4, Balinda F., 3, Tempa C. 2 months
Hh 62
Rubin Logan, 24, b. TN, Evaline, 24. Hattie A., age 2

His first family:
Married Edith Lantz, 19 Aug 1877, Lawrence Co, MO
1880 Census. Dist 10, Wilson Co, TN
Benjamin F. Logan, 25, b. MO, Minister
Edith, wife, 21, b. Ohio
Nora, dau, age 1, b. TN

Texas Death Certificate #20387
Rev. Benjamin Franklin Logan died at St. David Hospital, Austin, Travis Co, TX. His residence was 3204 Hemphill Street, Austin.
He died 4 Apr 1933 of apoplexey (stroke. He was married at the time to Nannie Wilson. He was born 6 Jan 1855 at Marionville (Lawrence Co) MO and was 78 years, 3 months and 29 days at death. He was a retired minister. His parents were William Logan, b. TN, and Hattie, maiden name and birthplace unknown. (Hattie was actually his stepmother) The informant was M. H. Hawkins, of Austin. Buried at Oakwood on April 7th, 1933