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Updated September 5, 2000

The Loggins that spawned me came through Pennsylvania to Tennessee and many of them stayed there in the Jackson area.Others kept going into the mid-Mississippi area in Locatiions
such as Lodi, Winona, Greenwood. They were mainly plantation people who liberally gave their name to the workers.

My wifes' people were Trigg, Hall and Smith from the Selma and Suttles area of Alabama. Many of them came to Hattiesburg, Mississippi and are still there.

Two of the most used names of my ancestors were Reuben Birch Loggins and William Thomas Loggins.

I'm brand new at this and any info will be gratefully received.


Edward McLean Loggins

5535 Fleetwood Lane
Beaumont, Texas 77706
United States

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