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 The Quest for our Chief continues

The Clan Logan Society of Canada works in cooperation with the Clan Logan Society international in order to try and find our clan Chief.

In early 1802, Hugh Logan, the witty Laird o' Logan, famed in poetry and prose, died at Logan House, Ayrshire, Scotland. Hugh was the youngest of three brothers, but the only one to survive his father, succeeding him as Chief of the Logans in 1759. Hugh never married so, when he died, the Logan estate passed through his sister Janet to his nephew Hugh Goodlet Campbell of Logan. Janet and her descendants never used the name of Logan and, within a few years, the estate was broken up and sold. Nobody claimed the right to be the next Chief, so the chief-ship had lain dormant for 200 years when Vernon Logan (Of North Carolina) re-founded the Clan Logan Society International in 2002.

If you would like to help us find our Clan Chief, Donations must be sent  to the Clan Logan Society International in US funds at the following adress: Clan Logan Society, 6255 Towncenter DR, suite 636, Clemmons, NC 27012. In the memo line of the check you send, do write "chief". Thank you.
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