On the 1860, Eusebius is spelled Eusefius Logan. His wife is Leatitia.
Do you have the 1870 census? If so, who are the children living in the home?
James Logan was living in Russell County as early as 1830. He is a likely brother to a man named Eusebius Logan who was born in 1799 and died in 1828 (Augusta County). Among his brothers was James Logan (the oldest).
From the Ancestral File (www.familysearch.org
) I found:
John Logan, born 26 Dec. 1767 Rockbridge County, Virginia; died. 10 Jan. 1837, Augusta County, VA; he was the son of James Logan and Hannah Crocket.
Married Rachel McPheeters 30 Aug. 1797, Augusta County.
She was born 28 Dec. 1774, Middle River, Buffalo Gap Area (no county given), Virginia; died. 9 Jan. 1847Lexington, Virginia. No parents given.
Sophronia Logan, born 19 May 1798.
Eusebius Logan, born 16 Oct. 1799; died 14 Aug. 1828.
Lavina E. Logan, born 13 Jun 1801; died 14 Aug. 1885 (probably Knightstown, Henry, Indiana).
William McPheeters Logan, born 6 Mar. 1803.
Maria Logan, born 27 Mar. 1804; died after 1879.
James Logan, born 27 Jan. 1805.
John Newton Logan, born 24 Sept. 1810; died 18 Jan. 1816.
Robert Logan, born 13 Feb. 1812; died 6 Jan. 1896.
Joseph Alexander Logan, born 22 Aug. 1814; died 3 Oc t. 1878.
Jane Elizabeth Logan, born 11 Nov. 1816; died after 1879.It appears that James migrated to Russell County prior to 1830 and may have had, among his older sons, Stephen and Meredith C. Logan. The tax lists show them in the mid-1840s, probably when they reached the age of 16. Stephen appears to have gone to Letcher County, Kentucky by 1850 where he got married. Meredith C. Logan shows up in the 1850 and 1860 census of Russell County. Eusebius only shows up there in 1860. I can't find him on a census in 1850, so far.
This is not my line, though I do have a Logan line in my ancestry. I will contact you by e-mail.