The Brydons

Scotland to Canada

William Logan

Male 1764 - 1796  (31 years)


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  • Name William Logan 
    Born 23 Nov 1764  Truro, Colchester Co., Nova Scotia, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died Oct 1796  Musquodoboit, Guysborough Co., Nova Scotia, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID I13675  Brydon family tree
    Last Modified 16 May 2018 

    Family Janet Archibald,   b. 29 Oct 1770, Truro, Colchester Co., Nova Scotia, Canada Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Children 
     1. Mary Logan,   b. Abt 1797,   d. 1857  (Age ~ 60 years)
    Last Modified 16 May 2018 
    Family ID F4534  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 23 Nov 1764 - Truro, Colchester Co., Nova Scotia, Canada Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - Oct 1796 - Musquodoboit, Guysborough Co., Nova Scotia, Canada Link to Google Earth
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  • Notes 
    • William, the second son of John and Mary Logan, was born in Truro, November 23rd, 1764. He was married to Janet, the second daughter of Robert Archibald and Hannah Blair. He settled at Pembroke, in Upper Stewiacke, for a time, and then removed to Middle
      Musquodoboit. He died in the month of October, 1796, aged 32 years. His body was buried on his own farm. His widow was married again to Alexander McNutt Fisher. They had two sons and one daughter.

      Mary, the only daughter of William and Janet Logan, was born after the death of her father. She was married to Samuel Bryden, of Musquodoboit, April, 1815. They have seven sons and three daughters. She died in the year 1857.

      -- source: HISTORICAL AND GENEALOGICAL RECORD of the FIRST SETTLERS OF COLCHESTER COUNTY (N. S.), Down to the Present Time, by Thomas Miller, 1873. http://nsgna.ednet.ns.ca/miller/Miller.pdf --