Logan, Mrs. Harriet N.
THE DEATH ROLL
In Memory of Mrs. Harriet N. Logan
Mrs. Harriet N. Logan, one of the oldest residents of the city of
In a book of "Memories" of Events and Persons connected with the First Methodist Episcopal church, published recently, the aged lady, who had been an invalid for years, referred to the following as her favorite hymn: "I love to steal awhile away From every cumbering care, And spend the hours of setting day in humble, grateful prayer. I love by faith to take a view Of brighter scenes in Heaven; The prospect doth my strength renew While here by tempests driven."
Mrs. Harriet N. Logan was 78 years of age. She was born the child of Mr. and Mrs. Boob Germans, who located on coming to this country in the vicinity of
She resided here until the time of her death, with the exception of one year, which was spent at
She was united in marriage to Robert Logan, just at the breaking out of the Civil war, and the wedding took place at Smiths Ferry, pa.
Robert Logan was a prominent citizen in political affairs of the city and served several terms as township clerk, township recorder and tax collector. He later took work on the river steam boats, and died on the Harry C. Renger, a
Of her union with Robert Logan four children were born, of whom three now survive, as follows: James N. Logan, residing at
In the death of Mrs. Logan the city loses another of her long time residents. Her many charitable acts in succoring the distressed and afflicted made her memory one that will be cherished by many who have never had the chance to repay her kindness except by loving rememberance<sic>.