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David Logan (c1786-1839)

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Memorial at Glasgow Necropolis.
Memorial at Glasgow Necropolis.

David Logan (c1786-1839) Civil Engineer of Glasgow

1820 David Logan, Dundee became a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers.[1]

1822 February 26th. Marriage. David Logan, civil engineer, to Mary the youngest daughter of the late James Smith of London. Married at Donaghadee.[2][3]

1831 September. Marriage. David Logan, civil engineer, to Jane eldest daughter of John Hanna.[4]

1832 Birth of son David Logan

1839 Died.[5]

See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. 1820 Institution of Civil Engineers
  2. Caledonian Mercury - Monday 04 March 1822
  3. Aberdeen Journal - Wednesday 13 March 1822
  4. Belfast News-Letter - Tuesday 04 October 1831
  5. 1839 Institution of Civil Engineers: Obituaries