I did a search of the LDS Catalogue for books that may address Logsdon genealogy, and I came up with a rather large list. I figured it would be of use to everyone else as well, so here it is, along with notes on content which were found in the catalogue:
Ancestors and descendants of Myra Etta Wright and Leonard Logsdon by Hull, Judith Yarger. Includes index. Includes information on the Dawson, Moorman, Reynolds, Willis and Wright families. Leonard Logsdon was born 13 September 1877. He moved with his family from Des Moines, Iowa and later married Myra Etta Wright of Iowa. They were the parents of seven children. Descendants lived primarily in Iowa and elsewhere.
The ancestral history of Kenny Katy Carlson, Carlson, Scott (Scott Alan) , 1955-. Includes information on the families of Carlson, Logsdon, Scheer, McClain and Allphin. Kenneth Scott Carlson (1982- ) and Katelyn Ann Carlson (1988- ) are the children of Scott Alan Carson (1955- ) and Janice Eileen Sheer (1959- ). Both Scott and Janice descend from early settlers who emigrated from Europe. Ancestors settled in Virginia and Maryland and later moved to Kentucky, Indiana and further west.
The ancestral history of Kenny Katy Carlson Carlson, Scott (Scott Alan) , 1955-. Family history and ancestors of Scott Alan Carlson (b. 1955) and his wife, Janice E. Scheer, who are the parents of Kenneth S. and Katelyn A. Carlson of Oregon. Scott Alan Carlson is the son of Floyd Sylvester Carlson and Laurel J. Peterson. Janice E. Scheer is the daughter of John T. Scheer and Dorothy Allpin. The immigrant ancestor, Frank August Carlsson (b. 1864), was born in Almhult, Sweden. He came to America in 1880. He met and married Rosa Shelton (b. 1874) from Lincoln, Nebraska around 1885/90. She was the daughter of Sylvester Shelton and Nancy Johnson. Family lived on a farm in La Center, Washington, and in Gales Creek, Washington Co., Oregon. The early Scheer ancestor, Paul Scheer (1860-1933), was born in Schlesien-Breslau, Germany. He immigrated to America in 1889 and settled near Morrowville, Kansas. His wife, Anna Loch (1869-1943), was born in Germany, and came to Kansas with her parents, Franz T. Johanna Loch, in 1883.
The Blubaugh families in America, Blubaugh, Homer Dennis, 1942-. Contents: pt. 1. John Blubaugh I and descendants in Maryland, Pennsylva- nia, Ohio and the West / by Homer Dennis Blubaugh, Mark Anthony Blubaugh -- pt. 2. The Jacob, Benjamin, and Simon Bluebaugh families of Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Virginia / by Homer Dennis Blubaugh. Blubaugh families of Maryland, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Virginia. The earliest known ancestor, John Blubaugh I (ca. 1755-1822), lived in Maryland. His birthplace is not known. He married Ann Jemima (1757-1832), daughter of Ralph Logsdon and Mary Durbin. The earliest known Logsdon ancestor, William Logsdon (b. 1652), is said to have been born in Northern Ireland. He came to America in 1673. He later married an Irish girl, Honora O'Flynn. They lived on a plantation "Brotherly Love" in Pennsylvania. Includes index. Includes Blubaugh/Bluebaugh, Logsdon and other families. Appendix V and VI pg. A16 and on wanting.
Brown, Collier, Elmer R. (Elmer Roy) , 1923-. Includes Collins, Durbin, Logsdon, Phillips, Scott, Stevenson and related families. George Brown (d.1770) married Mary Stevenson about 1714, and lived in Frederick County, Maryland. Descendants lived in Maryland, Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri, Texas and elsewhere.
Climbing the Cherry tree, Logsdon, Mattie T. (Mattie Theresa Marsalas) , 1903-. Icludes index. Includes Bowyer (Boyer), Cohee, Cowan, Logsdon, Rose, Woolsey, and related families. John Cherry (ca.1619/1629-ca. 1670) immigrated to Virginia, and had at least one son born about 1640 and named John. Descendants moved to Tennessee and Oklahoma.
Cook, Darling, Kenneth P. (Kenneth Perry) , 1921-. Introductory material tipped in.
Includes index. Includes Darling, Gard, Gregory, Logsdon, Mock, Neffendorf and related families. Isaac Cook (1702-1794) and Mary Houghton (1712-1773) were married in 1734. He was the son of Peter and Elinor Norman Cook who left England in 1713. Peter died and was buried at sea. Descendants of their eight children lived in Pennsylvania, the Carolinas, Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois, Colorado, California and elsewhere.
Descendants of Anthony Arnold (died c1689) in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, Koch, Richard Thorpe. Cover title. Includes index.
Includes Durbin, Logsdon, Magers, Mattingly, Ogg, and related families. History of the Arnold family of Frederick Co., Maryland. The earliest known ancestor was Anthony Arnold, who wrote his will in 1689 in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland. He was married to Johannah. Joseph Arnold (b. before 1716, d. 1757), son of Anthony and Johannah Arnold was born probably in Anne Arundel Co., Maryland. He married 1736 Susannah Chapman, daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Chapman. Anthony Arnold (1715-1792) was born in St. Anne's Parish, Anne Arundel Co., Md. to Anthony Arnold (d. 1721) and Sarah. He married Margareth in 1742.
The descendants of Jesse Carby and Susannah Bell of Hardin County, Kentucky Lafferty, Susan Craddock, 1944-. Includes index. Includes information on the Craddock, Fulkerson, Haycraft, Logsdon and Skaggs families. Family history and genealogical information about the descendants of Jesse Carby and Susannah Bell. Jesse was born ca. 1762 in Virginia. He was the son of J. Carby and Polly (surname unknown). Susannah was the daughter of John Bell. Jesse and Susannah were married 6 April 1800 in Nelson Co., Kentucky. They lived in Hardin Co., Kentucky and were the parents of four known children. Descendants lived in Kentucky, Virginia, Tennessee, Kansas and elsewhere.
Descendants of Nathan Perry and Rebecca Yarbrough Robbins, Kevin, 1956-. Cover title: Perry. Manuscript additions and corrections interspersed. Includes index (prepared by Genevieve Perry Barham). Includes Briggs, Davis, Hurst, Lanier, Logsdon, Reische (Reisch) and related families. Nathan Perry (ca.1760-1842) married Rebecca Yarborough, and moved from North Carolina to Claiborne County, Tennessee between 1797 and 1800, and to Brown County, Illinois between 1829 and 1831. Descendants and relatives lived in North Carolina, Tennessee, Illinois, Wisconsin and elsewhere.
The Durbin and Logsdon genealogy : with related families, 1626-1991 Carson, Betty Jewell Durbin, 1931-. Includes indexes. Thomas Durbin, born 1626 in England and died 1697, was the immigrant ancestor and American progenitor who came to this country with the colony brought over by Lord Baltimore in 1638. He had at least two children, Christopher and William, who were both born in Baltimore, Maryland. The first known Logsdon in America was William who came over with Captain Samuel Smith in 1674, landing in Virginia.
The Durbin and Logsdon genealogy : with related families, 1626-1994 Carson, Betty Jewell Durbin, 1931-. References: p. 715-718.
Includes index. Includes Arnold, Burtle, Dial, Logue, McKinsey and related families. Thomas Durbin was born in England in 1626. He came to America with Lord Baltimore in 1638 and settled in Maryland. William Logsdon came to America in 1674 with Captain Smith and settled in Virginia. Their descendants, John Durbin (ca. 1734-1831) and Ann Logsdon, married in 1760. They had at least six children. They lived in Kentucky and later moved to Christian County, llinois where John died in 1831. Descendants and relatives lived in Maryland, Kentucky, Illinois, Ohio, Missouri and elsewhere.
From William to William : the Logsdons in America and related families, Pugh, Judy Logsdon, 1947-. Bibliography: p. 421-432. Includes Coiner, Diller, McCroskey, Smith, Spotts, Swisher and related families. One leaf of additions and corrections inserted after t.p. William Logsdon (1663-1730/1742) immigrated from England to Carroll County, Maryland. Descendants lived in Maryland, Kentucky, Missouri, Wisconsin, Arkansas, Oklahoma and elsewhere.
Genealogical collection : Robinson, Shelton and connected families Cole, Patricia Ann Robinson, 1939-. Microfilm of ms., typescript, and printed materials collection (photocopy, ca. 410 leaves) at the Newburgh Public Library, Newburgh, Indiana. Contains family notes and sketches, research notes, genealogical correspondence, copies of original documents, copies from typed and printed books, newspaper clippings, Bible records, family group sheets, pedigree charts, etc. Material arranged roughly in family sections, but additional material on most families is found throughout the record. Includes Robinson family: Notes on the Robinson families of Warrick County, Indiana; Warrick County land records, 1903-1919; Robinsons listed as student at Newburgh school, 1897-1911; birth records, Warrick County; Robinson/Robertson deaths, Warrick County, 1882-1920; obituary for John Robinson (1822-1908); sketch of the family of Louisa Shelton Robinson; Robinson family groups sheets; Robinson inscriptions from Rose Hill cemetery; census records; Robinson/ Robertson/Robison from Evansville, Indiana directories, census records, correspondence, etc. -- Shelton family: George Washington Shelton family; family of Cuthbert and Margaret Misemer Shelton, ca. 1813-1860; Shelton tombstones; Shelton death records, Warrick County, Indiana, 1882-1920; Bible records; notes of the Shelton families of Tennessee and Warrick County, Indiana; census records; Shelton birth records, 1882-1920; family documents, etc. -- Ellis family: Family of Arthur Galen Ellis (b. 1907); census records, 1850-1880; descendants of Samuel K. and Hettie Martin Ellis of Warrick County -- Masterton family: Masterson cemetery inscriptions, Warrick and Spencer Counties, Indiana; probate records, Spencer County; Spencer County marriages, 1832-1855; Vanderburgh County marriages, 1832-1855; family documents; genealogical correspondence; Masterson notes from records in Kentucky; notes on the Masterson families of Warrack and Spencer Counties, Indiana; Mastersons in Evansville, Indiana, directories, etc. -- May family: May families of Spencer County, Posey County, Warrick County, and Vanderburgh County, Indiana; probate records, Spencer County; May cemetery inscriptions, Spencer, Vanderburgh, Posey Counties; May marriages, Venderburgh and Spencer Counties; family documents; Mays in Gunn Chapel Cemeter, Garrard County, Kentucky; genealogical correpondence, etc. -- Logsdon/Logston family: Notes of the Logsdon/Logston families of Warrick and Spencer Counties, Indiana; Warrick County births, 1902-1904. Also includes notes and miscellaneous records for the Tillman, Halter, Rowe, Jackson and other connected families, chiefly of Warrick County, Indiana.
Genealogical information extracted from land records of Allegany County, Maryland, 1789-1852, for Arnold, Logsdon, Payne Sapp families : including some Blubaugh, Durbin, Logue, Magers, Mattingly, McKenzie, Porter others, Koch, Richard Thorpe. Bibliography interspersed. Includes index (lists variant spellings for almost every surname). "The first entry is for William Logsdon 19 Mar 1791 where he purchased Waterford for twenty shilling from Andrew Bruce. In "History of Cumberland" (Loudermilk) I found a list of settlers (already) west of Fort Cumberland in 1787 - Anthony Arnold, John Arnold of A., John Arnold of John ... William Logsdon, Ralph Logsdon, Elisha Logsdon ... George Paine ... George Sapp and others."
A history of the family of James Wells, I of Baltimore County, Maryland with allied lines of Logan, Kerr, Brown, Durbin, Logsdon, and Stevenson, Hughes, Phyllis Pankonin. microfilm of original published: Boulder, Colo. : P.P. Hughes, 1982. ca. 190 leaves. Includes bibliographic research references.
Gives the ancestors of Richards Wells and his wife Zerilda Kerr. Richard was born in 1804 in Kentucky to Edward and Mary (Moore) Wells. Zerilda was born in 1815 in Missouri to Richard and Ruth (Wells) Kerr. They married in 1833 in Missouri. It also tries to trace the ancestors of David Logan who married two daughters of Richard and Zerilda Kerr. He was born in 1838 in Pennsylvania to David and Susana Louisa (Hodsel) Logan. Ancestors lived in Kentucky, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, England, Ireland, Scotland, and elsewhere.
Iowa cousins : a genealogy Beck, Amelia Wulf, 1902-. Cover title. Compiled by Amelia Wulf Beck and Juanita Comegys Gettman. Partial contents: Linder -- Callison -- Ayers -- Ball/Stark -- Barstow -- Beck -- Brodersen -- Cavender -- Comegys -- Fredregill -- Gardner -- Henderson -- Logsdon -- Iske -- Colyar -- Millard -- Patterson -- Nichols -- Pirtle -- Preston -- Richmond -- Stark -- Page -- Strait/Straight -- Bundy -- Ruggles -- Benskin -- DeWalt -- Hannagan -- Wildman -- Collins -- Henning -- Vaught -- Potts -- Fitzhugh -- Dawson -- Wulf -- Tiffany -- McCloskey -- Beck -- Reynolds -- Townsend -- Haycraft -- Van Meter -- Hart -- May -- Masmar -- Henry -- Eisenberg -- Stauffer -- Hunsicker -- Sterling -- Harley -- Cowen -- Russell -- Horning -- Jones -- Grater -- Heath -- Getman -- Bridges -- Tiffany -- Campbell -- Eads. About 1845 or 1846, Israel "Perry" Bridges married his childhood sweetheart Mary Martha (or Martha Ann) Linder, daughter of Israel Linder. Shortly after his marriage he orgainized a group of friends and relatives in Hart County, Kentucky, to migrate to Iowa. They followed a Mormon wagon train and migrated to Illinois, where they lived for fifteen months. They probably reached Jasper County, Iowa, in the spring of 1849. This work gives ancestors and descendants of many of those families and some allied families. Includes the following families: Beck (David William Beck, d. 1893, of Pennsylvania and Iowa) -- Brodersen (Peter Brodersen, 1842-1903, of SÃ¸gard, Denmark, and Baxter, Iowa -- Callison (James Callison, b. ca. 1744, of Ireland and Greenbrier County, West Virginia) -- Comegys (Corelius Comegys, ca. 1630-1708, of Lexmond, Holland, and New Amsterdam) -- Dawson (John Dawson, b. between 1720-1730, of Bedford County, Virginia; and others) -- Fredregill (James Fredregill, ca. 1795-ca. 1883, of Ohio and Slater, Missouri) -- Getman/Gettman (Frederick Getman, b. 1693, of Palatinate, Germany, and New York) -- Grater, 1734-1809, of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania -- Heath (Bartholomew Heath, ca. 1615-1681, of Essex County, England, and Haverhill, Massachusetts -- Linder (Simon Linder, ca. 1680-1751/2, of Germany and Frederick County, Virginia) -- Logsdon (William Logsdon, b. ca. 1652, of Ireland and Maryland) -- Millard (John Millard, ca. 1608-between 1680-1690, of St. Chaddis, England, and Rehoboth, Massachusetts -- Stark (James Stark, b. 1693, of Londonderry, Ireland; Londonderry, Vermont; and Stafford County, Virginia; and others). Includes index.
Kessinger and related families, Belden, Allen. Microreproduction of original published: Washington, D.C. : A. Belden, c1975. 185 p. Includes index. Includes Corlew, Landes, Logsdon, Peebles, Slaybaugh, Stillie and related families. Solomon Kessinger I, son of Ludwig Kessinger, immigrated about 1756 from Germany to Baltimore, Maryland and married Mary Betsy Greenwalt (a fellow immigrant). Descendants and relatives lived in Maryland, Vir- ginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois, Kansas and elsewhere.
The Kessinger family, Kessinger, Oren Charles. Collected research notes pertaining to the Kessinger, Logsdon, Atterbury and related families.
A Logsdon family genealogy Logsdon, William Robert, 1938-. Includes index. Includes information on the Dunbar, Lear, Riggall and Snyder families. Family history and genealogical information about the descendants of William Logsdon who was born 13 September 1663 in Bedfordshire, England. He immigrated to America and married Honora Flynn ca. 1702 in Maryland. They lived in Baltimore, Maryland and were the parents of four sons and three daughters. Descendants lived in Maryland, Kentucky, Illinois and elsewhere.
The Logsdon family. 1973, Hopkins, Mabel Logue. Microfilm of photocopy of typescript (41, xviii p.) at the Iowa State Historical Society. Pages missing after page 25.
Logson family of Maryland. Logsdon-Hickman history, Hatch, Betty. Title from cover. Includes information on the Farley and Guenther families. William Logsdon Sr. was born 1652 in Ireland. He immigrated to the United States in 1673 and served a four year indentureship as a tobacco planter in Maryland. Later, he secured a 300 acre tract of land near the southern border of Pennsylvania. William married Honora O'Flynn ca. 1702 and they reared their children on their family tobacco plantation in Maryland. Descendants lived primarily in Kentucky, Iowa, Montana and elsewhere.
Logsdons in (and from) Allegany Co. MD, 1778, and some descendants Koch, Richard Thorpe. Includes Porter, Payne, Flanigan, Blubaugh, Sapp, Logue, Durbin, McKenzie, Dial, and related families. Includes index. John Logsdon of Frederick County, Maryland (1710/15-1793/7), son of William I and Honora O'Flynn Logsdon, married Margaret Wooley (ca. 1717-1781/7), daughter of John and Annie Maria Wooley. Some descendants settled in Allegany County, Maryland. Descendants lived in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere.
Logsdons, roots and branches Logsdon, Mattie T. (Mattie Theresa Marsalas) , 1903-.
Includes index. Includes Barclay, Chapman, Hargrave, Harper, Hudson, Johns, and related families. William Logsdon (c.1730/1742) immigrated from Ireland to Maryland in 1674, and married Honora O'Flynn about 1701 or 1702. They purchased land in what is now Carroll County, Maryland in 1707. Some descendants moved to Kentucky, Indiana, Texas, Oklahoma, and elsewhere.
The Logues in America, and related families, Hopkins, Mabel Logue. Includes index. illiam Logsdon settled in Maryland, genealogy, 1700-1955.
The Maryland family of Logsdon Welch, Edwin C. (Edwin Charles) , b. 1895. microreproduction of original published: Santa Barbara, Calif. : E.C. Welch, [1955?]. 61 leaves. Includes Ashbough, Brailer, Durbin, Kessinger, Magers, Shipley and related families. William Logsdon (1652-1730/1742) immigrated (probably from Ulster in Ireland) to Baltimore County, Maryland in 1674, and married Mary O'Flynn. Descendants and relatives lived in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio and elsewhere.
The Maryland Logsdons. 1973 Logsdon, Laurine Mae Palmerton, 1920-.
Nicholson family history Tallman, Allen Donald, 1925-. Descendants of Henry Nicholson, who was born probably in England ca. 1708. In 1729 he married Hannah Spencer in Hartford, Connecticut. She was the daughter of Jedediah Spencer. She married three more times after Henry Nicholson's death. She married (2) Mr. Burt; (3) Peletiah Glover (d. 1754) in 1749; and (4) Noah Brooks (d. 1782) in 1755. Hannah died in 1782. Family members and descendants live in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, Pennsylvania, California and elsewhere. Includes index. Includes allied families of Matheson, Logsdon, etc.
Patterson family genealogical data, 1750-1966 Logsdon, Harry C. (Harry Centenial) , b. 1876. Microfilm made of typescript collection (28 leaves) donated by Jim and Lani Moore, Santa Margarita, California. Includes Casey, Elliott, Fair, Gurthrie, Logsdon, McDowell and related families. James Patterson, son of John Patterson and of Scottish lineage, immigrated from Ireland to New York before the Revolutionary War, and later moved to New Jersey and then to Lancaster County, Pennsyl- vania. Descendants lived in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, California and elsewhere.
Pioneer families of colonial America Doty, John Hubert. Edward Doty was born in 1599 in England, and immigrated to Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1620. He married twice, and died in 1655. Includes Miller, Sowards, Tipsword, Logue, Logsdon and related families.
The story of two brothers, John Shelton Owens and Robert Marion Owens : who settled in Missouri in 1820, their ancestors and descendants Cassingham, Cecille Owens (Cecille Mable Owens) , 1911-. Typescript (photocopy). Includes index. A genealogy and a history of the Owens family who came to Missouri in 1820 and settled in Saline County. Includes Beamer, Green, Hibler, Logsdon, Sullivan, and allied families.