John Logan Records,1798-1806

Descriptive Summary

Title
John Logan Records,1798-1806
Creator
Logan, John, d. 1807.
Extent
3 items
Finding Aid Author
Processed by: Staff; machine-readable finding aid created by:Eric Weig
Repository
Kentucky Historical Society

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Logan, an associate of Daniel Boone, was an early settler in Lincoln County, Kentucky. He served in several of the conventions called to draft a constitution for Kentucky when statehood was sought. As a militia officer, he served in the American Revolution and led a militia company as a colonel as late as 1806. Logan became state treasurer in 1792 and held the position until his death in 1807.
Scope and Content
This collection contains two items relating to the service of John Logan as the first treasurer of Kentucky, and a court document.
Logan, an associate of Daniel Boone, was an early settler in Lincoln County, Kentucky. He served in several of the conventions called to draft a constitution for Kentucky when statehood was sought. As a militia officer, he served in the American Revolution and led a militia company as a colonel as late as 1806. Logan became state treasurer in 1792 and held the position until his death in 1807.
The materials in this collection consist of a receipt issued by Logan as treasurer, dated December 3, 1798, for taxes paid in Clark County; a copy of a bond for 100,000 pounds given to Governor James Garrard, December 20, 1800, for Logan's service as state treasurer for the next year; and an affidavit sworn before Logan as a justice of the peace in Franklin County Court of Quarterly Sessions. The latter documented a statement made by Thomas Bodley concerning land tracts.
Arrangement: Chronological
County: Franklin; Clark
Creator's Occupation: State