I am researching the LOGAN family from Boone County, MO. Jacob Logan(born Abt 1856) and his brother Jim Ed(born Abt 1866) were African-Americans born to slaves of John Woolfolk, but I don't know their names. "Jake" and "Jim Ed" were said to have other siblings(possibly John, Dixon, George, and Clara), but I haven't been able to find any documents to verify these claims.
Jake married Fannie Divers and they had

3 daughters: Lillian Frances, Pearl, and Essie Mae
and 6 sons: Wesley, Roy R., Eugene Harrison, William Dudd, Perry Jake, and Wiseman H.

Jim Ed married Mattie Doyle and they had

9 daughters: Nannie R., Susie Bell, Edna Leona, Willa R., Erma Clementine, Florence M., Alice L., Thelma, and Alma Lucille
and 3 sons: Arthur, Franklin, and James Doyle


Any information would be appreciated. I am also willing to share the information that I have.
The Logan Family Home Page
Updated September 5, 2000

Angelo Gerard Logan
208 West Eighth Street
Fulton, MO 65251
United States
573-642-2619
alogan@mail.coin.missouri.edu

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