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Logan, Edward, Jr. Certificate of His Freedom, Charleston, SC, 1848

Logan Edward Certificate of His Freedom
South Carolina, Secretary of State, Miscellaneous records, 1771-1868, v. 6A-6B 1844-1849, Logan, Edward Jr. Certificate of His Freedom, , frame 379 of 567, accessed 20 Jun 2019.

Edward Logan Jr.
Certificate of his freedom

State of South Carolina
Know all persons by these presents that the Bearer Edward (Logan) Junior is a free person of colour and a son of Edward and Lydia (Logan) also free persons of colour and a grandson of George who was also free and the son of Frank who was left his freedom for his faithful services by his master George Logan Esqr by his last Will and Testament in the year 1775 or thereabouts as will appear by a reference to his Will on Record in the proper office. The said Edward is now a resident in Charleston District – a Butcher by Trade –

Witness my Hand at Charleston this 22nd November 1848.
Wm. Logan
Guardian

State of South Carolina
Charleston District
Personally appeared William Logan Esqr whose signature appears subscribed to the foregoing instrument of Writing and made Oath that he did sign his name to the same as Guardian of Edward Logan Junr a free man of colour.

Wm. Logan
Sworn before me this 22nd day of Novr 1848
Thos S Jones N.P.J.
Ex Off. Magistrate

Recorded Nov. 22. 1848

[Addendum in left margin of document, some text obscured] Charleston District
… certify that Edward Logan Jr named in the within certificate , Personally appears before me and requests that the name of his mother Harriet might be placed in the [illegible] of Lydia Logan which has been done in his presence – Lydia being the name of his Grandmother. C.M. Logan M.P.J.E.O. Magistrate Recorded 3 March 1849.

References Cited

[1] South Carolina, Secretary of State, Miscellaneous records, 1771-1868, v. 6A-6B 1844-1849, Logan, Edward Jr. Certificate of His Freedom, <a href=”https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSLV-291Q-3?i=378&cat=476811″></a>, frame 379 of 567, accessed 20 Jun 2019.

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