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Descendants of Christian Henry Loges, Sr.

 Generation No. 1

1. CHRISTIAN HENRY2 LOGES, SR. (CHRISTOPHER1) was born March 05, 1824 in Lengeda, Germany, and died May 12, 1915 in Between Donnellson and Farmington, IA, he was run over by a train, buried in Donnell Cemetery, south of Donnellson, IA. He married JOHANNA DOROTHEA WILHELMINA REMLING January 06, 1857, daughter of HENRY REMLING and DOROTHEA FELDMAN. She was born April 29, 1837 in Braunschweig, Germany, and died May 28, 1928 in Donnellson, IA, buried in Donnell Cemetery, south of Donnellson, IA.

Notes for CHRISTIAN HENRY LOGES, SR.:

Christian Henry Loges came to America in 1852 from Hanover, Germany as a stow-away on a ship (a cattle boat) because he didn't want to serve in the German army. Until the day he died he refused to tell anyone anything about his family or his background for fear he would be forced to go back and serve in the army. He married Johanna Dorothea Wilhelmina Remling on January 6, 1857, and they were blessed with 10 children. Mr. Loges followed the trade of blacksmith for a while. The family lived at West Point, Primrose, and in Missouri. For 27 years they lived on a farm in Charleston Township. The past 25 years the family have lived in Donnellson. "Chris" as he was known, was struck by a train and killed between Donnellson, IA and Farmington, IA at the age of 91. It is said that the reason he was killed was that he and his wife had had a fight and he had started to walk to his son's house - about 9 miles - and had almost gotten there. He had grown very hard of hearing and did not hear the train coming, and so was killed. There is a moral here - no matter how old you are you need to hold on to your temper - it could kill you!!! Who knows how old he would have lived to be if he hadn't been killed? At the time of his death Edward Loges lived on the home farm in Charleston Township.

 

 Notes for JOHANNA DOROTHEA WILHELMINA REMLING:

Johanna Dorothea Wilhelmina Rembling, at the age of 19, came to America in 1856 along with her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Henry Matthew Rembling and brother.

Children of CHRISTIAN LOGES and JOHANNA REMLING are:

      • i. CHRISTIAN HENRY3 LOGES, JR., b. December 28, 1858, West Point, IA; d. July 18, 1930, Hays, KS, buried in Plainville Cemetery, Plainville, KS; m. MARY HIRSCHLER, May 30, 1886, Donnellson, IA, the couple did not have children; b. 1863, IA.
      • Notes for CHRISTIAN HENRY LOGES, JR.:
      • Christian Loges and his wife Mary Hirschler went to Kansas over 45 years ago, buying a homestead right, southwest of Plainville which place has been their home since. In Kansas he never attended any public gatherings because of conditions for which he was not responsible. Yet he was known as a good man, a splendid neighbor, and an honest citizen. It is said that he did not have an enemy. Only two of his family were in attendance of his funeral, Mr. William Loges and Mr. August Loges, his brothers. The funeral was held at the Methodist Church, with burial in the Plainville Cemetery.
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      • 2. ii. ANNA JOHANNA LOGES, b. December 16, 1860, Primrose, IA; d. June 18, 1943, Fort Madison, IA, buried in Evangelical Cemetery, east of Franklin, IA.
      • 3. iii. HEINRICH CHRISTIAN LOGES, b. February 16, 1863, near Primrose, IA; d. February 28, 1891, Plainsville, KS, at his home.
      • iv. INFANT LOGES, b. Unknown.
      • 4. v. WILLIAM HENRY LOGES, b. October 16, 1864, near Primrose, IA; d. February 07, 1952, near Donnellson, IA, buried in Embury Methodist Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA.
      • 5. vi. CHARLES FREDERICK LOGES, b. August 15, 1866, Gorin, MO; d. October 12, 1953, Baca County, Springfield, CO, buried in Springfield County Cemetery, Springfield, CO.
      • 6. vii. AUGUST FREDERICK LOGES, b. March 15, 1868, near Gorin, MO; d. November 26, 1932, Primrose, IA, buried in Primrose Cemetery, Lee County, IA.
      • viii. JOHANNA DOROTHEA "DORA" LOGES, b. February 25, 1870, Etna, MO, never married; d. April 03, 1970, Fort Madison, IA, buried in Evangelical Cemetery, Donnellson, IA.
      • Notes for JOHANNA DOROTHEA "DORA" LOGES:
      • Aunt Dora Loges never married. She cared for her parents for many years. When her brother, Edward, married he took over the family farm and Dora and her parents moved to a home in Donnellson., IA. Dora continued to live in the house until a few years before her death when she was cared for in the home of Mr. & Mrs. Walter Sharp, SW of Donnellson, IA. She was 100 years old at the time of her death.
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      • 7. ix. EDWARD HENRY LOGES, b. May 03, 1874, Etna, MO; d. April 15, 1965, at his home in RR, Donnellson, IA, buried in Embury Methodist Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA.
      • x. DAUGHTER LOGES, b. Unknown, Died in infancy.
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  • Generation No. 2
  • 2. ANNA JOHANNA3 LOGES (CHRISTIAN HENRY2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born December 16, 1860 in Primrose, IA, and died June 18, 1943 in Fort Madison, IA, buried in Evangelical Cemetery, east of Franklin, IA. She married HEINRICH C. "PETER" HOYER, SR. October 03, 1899 in St. Peter's Evangelical and Reformed Church, Franklin, IA, son of HEINRICH HOYER and ELIZABETH HOYER. He was born May 23, 1859 in Hanover, Germany, and died March 05, 1943 in at the home of his son, Arnold, Fort Madison, IA, buried in Evangelical Cemetery, east of Franklin, IA.

    Notes for HEINRICH C. "PETER" HOYER, SR.:

    Heinrich C. "Peter" Hoyer, Sr. was first married to Miss Hermina "Minnie" Peters in 1878, and to this union five children were born, Elizabeth, Emil, Arnold, Martha, and Heinrich. Mrs. Hoyer was taken from this family on December 16, 1898. On October 3, 1899 he was united in marriage with Miss Anna Loges, and she took his five children into her heart and raised them like her own, along with her twin sons, Fred and Ed who she and Henry later had. They lived on a farm east of Donnellson, IA. The twins were born there and Anna and Henry both died on this farm.

    Children of ANNA LOGES and HEINRICH HOYER are:

        • i. ELIZABETH4 HOYER, b. November 15, 1879, near Donnellson, IA; d. August 19, 1950, Keokuk, IA, buried in Everhart Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA; Stepchild; m. (1) CONRAD KIRCHNER, September 14, 1899, St. Peter's Evangelical and Reformed Church, Franklin, IA; b. May 02, 1871, Franklin, IA; d. February 11, 1933, Keokuk, IA, buried in Everhart Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA; m. (2) WILLIAM FETT, January 1926; b. November 16, 1898; d. December 18, 1979, Fort Madison, IA, buried in Greenglade Cemetery, Farmington, IA..
        • ii. EMIL CONRAD WILHELM HOYER, b. January 01, 1884, Franklin Township, Lee County, IA; d. July 26, 1952, Keokuk, IA, buried in Evangelical Cemetery, Donnellson, IA; Stepchild; m. KATHERINE ELIZABETH KLINGLER, February 06, 1907, Donnellson, IA; b. December 29, 1884, Donnellson, IA; d. March 15, 1969, near Donnellson, IA, at her home, buried in Evangelical Cemetery, Donnellson, IA.
        • iii. ARNOLD HEINRICH HOYER, b. September 09, 1886, Franklin Township, Lee County, IA; d. July 28, 1956, Fort Madison, IA, buried in Oakland Cemetery, Fort Madison, IA; Stepchild; m. LOUISE GABEL, September 20, 1911; b. August 14, 1888, Viele, IA; d. November 06, 1947, Fort Madison, IA, at her home, buried in Oakland Cemetery, Fort Madison, IA.
        • iv. MARTHA CHRISTINE DOROTHEA HOYER, b. May 13, 1889, Charleston Township, Lee County, IA; d. October 1964, Burbank, CA; Stepchild; m. ELMER DUNN.
        • v. HEINRICH FRIEDRICH HOYER, b. February 14, 1893; d. January 02, 1970, Keokuk, IA, buried in the Keokuk National Cemetery, Keokuk, IA, with Military Rites. He was a veteran of World War I and served in France with the U. S. Army. He never married.; Stepchild.
        • vi. EDWARD LUDWICK HOYER, b. October 14, 1900, Donnellson, IA; d. December 02, 1992, Donnellson, IA, buried in St. Peter's Cemetery, Franklin, IA; m. EMMA KATHERINA KIRCHNER, February 08, 1933, Primrose Parsonage, Primrose, IA; b. January 18, 1910, rural Donnellson, IA.
        • vii. FREDERICK WILLIAM HOYER, b. October 14, 1900, Donnellson, IA; d. June 11, 1985, West Point, IA, buried in St. Peter's Cemetery, Franklin, IA; m. FRIEDA CARLOTTA JEFFERY, March 14, 1935, Fort Madison, IA; b. January 13, 1917, Mt. Pleasant, IA; d. April 06, 2001, Fort Madison, IA, buried in Charleston Cemetery, Charleston, IA.
  • 3. HEINRICH CHRISTIAN3 LOGES (CHRISTIAN HENRY2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born February 16, 1863 in near Primrose, IA, and died February 28, 1891 in Plainsville, KS, at his home. He married LOUISA MARIA JESBERG April 06, 1887 in Zion Evangelical Church, Primrose, IA, daughter of FREDRICK JESBERG and MARIA JESBERG. She was born January 25, 1863.
  • Notes for HEINRICH CHRISTIAN LOGES:

    Heinrich Loges and his family moved to Plainville, KS., where Heinrich and his son died. His wife Louisa Maria Loges came back to Franklin, IA, after their deaths. She later married Fred Brandt. Louisa Maria Jesburg Loges' name is listed this way in her family history, and in Heinrich's obituary her name is listed as Marie Louise Loges. I am uncertain which way is her birth name.

    Child of HEINRICH LOGES and LOUISA JESBERG is:

        • i. SON4 LOGES, b. October 1890; d. Abt. February 21, 1891, Plainsville, KS, at his home.
  • 4. WILLIAM HENRY3 LOGES (CHRISTIAN HENRY2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born October 16, 1864 in near Primrose, IA, and died February 07, 1952 in near Donnellson, IA, buried in Embury Methodist Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA. He married IDA S. HOTOP March 22, 1905 in St. Peter's Evangelical Church, Franklin, IA. She was born November 23, 1876 in Franklin Township, Lee County, IA, and died May 27, 1936 in near Donnellson, IA, buried in Embury Methodist Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA.
  • Notes for WILLIAM HENRY LOGES:

    William Henry Loges was born on October 16, 1864 in Primrose, IA. There is a baptismal certificate and confirmation certificate, included in this book, for a Friedrich Wilhelm Loges, who was born also on October 16, 1864, in Primrose, IA. It had always been passed down to our family that Friedrich Wilhelm died in infancy, but the confirmation certificate of 1880 proves that as wrong information. All of Christian and Johanna Dorothea Loges' children were baptised or confirmed in the Zion Church, Primrose, IA, except William Henry Loges. I am very certain that William Henry Loges and Friedrich Wilhelm Loges are indeed the SAME person (see Loges Family History, by Carol J. Loges Sturdivant). It shows all of the documents that prove they are the same person.

    Child of WILLIAM LOGES and IDA HOTOP is:

        • i. SON DIED IN INFANCY4 LOGES, b. 1906, near Donnellson, IA; d. 1906, near Donnellson, IA, buried in Embury Methodist Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA.
  • 5. CHARLES FREDERICK3 LOGES (CHRISTIAN HENRY2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born August 15, 1866 in Gorin, MO, and died October 12, 1953 in Baca County, Springfield, CO, buried in Springfield County Cemetery, Springfield, CO. He married MARY ETTA HOLMES February 14, 1893 in at Groom's home SW of Donnellson, IA, daughter of JOHN HOLMES and MARY DRESSER. She was born May 03, 1872 in Warren, IA, and died April 01, 1955 in at her daughter's home, Mrs. Ben Cook, in Springfield, CO, buried in Springfield County Cemetery, Springfield, CO.
  • Notes for CHARLES FREDERICK LOGES:

    Charles F. and Mary Etta Holmes Loges resided on a farm near Warren, IA, until 1910, when they moved to 10 miles east of Hugoton, Kansas. They lived there until February 1928, when they moved to Baca County, Pritchett, Colorado. >From there they moved to a farm near Carrizo Springs, TX, until their health began to fail and they moved into Pritchett, Colorado, to live with their youngest son, Clarence.

    Charles, "Charlie" was a gentle, loving man but when he began to lose his eyesight due to cataracts (they were unable to remove them in those days) it began to affect his mind and when Clarence was drafted to go into the Army during World War II it put him over the edge and he had to be taken to the Colorado State Hospital in Pueblo. After a few years the doctors told his children that he was no longer dangerous to himself or anyone else, but they were afraid that if he left the security of the hospital it would be too traumatic for him since he was now legally blind. His children felt they would rather he live out the rest of his life as peacefully as possible and so they left him there until his death on October 12, 1953 at the age of 87. He was buried in the Springfield Cemetery.

    Mary Etta, "Etta" fell while she was chopping down a large weed in her yard in Pritchett, Colorado in 1942 and broke her hip. She was unable to get back into the house and it was several hours before she was found. When she was found they rushed her to the hospital in Lamar, Colorado (65 miles away). There they tried to do the best they could for her with the means they had available at the time. This was during war-time and there were very few Doctors left to care for patients, particularly in small hospitals such as Lamar. Part of the treatment after they had re-set the hip as best they could was for her to lie flat on her back in a form of traction. With the shortage of personnel, she was not moved as often as she should have been and a large bed sore started right at the base of her spine. Before it was discovered it had grown very large and gangrene had set in on the outside edges. After it was discovered and treated it did heal, but left a large hole that never did fill in completely. Her hip never did heal well enough for her to walk again and she spent the last 14 years of her life in a wheel chair being cared for by her children. She died on April l, 1955, at the age of 82 and was also buried in the Springfield Cemetery.

    Children of CHARLES LOGES and MARY HOLMES are:

        • i. MARY ETHEL4 LOGES, b. February 15, 1894, Donnellson, IA; d. November 27, 1983, Prowers County, Lamar, CO, buried in Springfield Cemetery, Springfield, CO; m. BENJAMIN HARRISON COOK, December 19, 1914, Stevens County, Hugoton, KS; b. November 04, 1888, Clark County, Ashland, KS, was born in a covered wagon on the day Benjamin Harrison was elected president and was so named.; d. December 03, 1957, Denver County, Denver, CO, buried in Springfield Cemetery, Springfield, CO.
        • ii. BESSIE ANN LOGES, b. February 15, 1896, Lee County, Warren, IA; d. March 04, 1994, Trinidad, CO; m. WILLIAM CHESTER "CHET" SPRINGER, December 25, 1912, Woodsdale, KS, at the Bride's parent's home east of Hugoton, KS; b. November 12, 1893, Place Medicine Lodge, KS; d. November 26, 1972, Pueblo, CO, buried in Masonic Cemetery, Trinidad, CO.
        • iii. DORA ALTA LOGES, b. August 04, 1897, Lee County, Donnellson, IA; d. February 16, 1973, Kiowa County, Eads, CO., Buried in Springfield Cemetery, Springfield, CO; m. LOUIS THOMAS SHINN, February 25, 1925, Liberal, KS; b. October 31, 1899, Carter County, Grandin, MO; d. April 15, 1970, Baca County, Springfield, CO., Buried in Springfield Cemetery, Springfield, CO.
        • Notes for DORA ALTA LOGES:
        • They lived in Moscow after their marriage and then moved to Arizona for Louis' health. They lived there about a year and then moved to Pritchett, Colorado, where Louis worked in the blacksmith ship with Clarence Loges. They moved to Springfield during the war years and Louis worked in a blacksmith ship for Frank Lacy.
        • iv. LURA "LOTTIE" CHARLOTTE LOGES, b. March 11, 1899, Lee County, Warren, IA; d. March 12, 1982, Victorville, CA, Buried Springfield Cemetery, Springfield, CO; m. JOSEPH JUNKEN MCCOY, September 15, 1915, Woods, KS, at the Bride's home; b. September 30, 1893, Barber County, Medicine Lodge, KS; d. February 04, 1969, Hugoton, KS, at his home, buried in Springfield Cemetery, Springfield, CO.
        • Notes for LURA "LOTTIE" CHARLOTTE LOGES:
        • "Lottie" and "J. J." lived and worked in the Hugoton, KS area; Richfield, KS; Alamosa, CO; and Maywood, CA during 1919-1929. Beginning in 1929, the McCoy's lived in Hugoton, KS, Lottie moved to Victorville, CA in 1979. The children attended grade school in four different states- California, Arizona, Colorado, and Kansas - in one school year 1928-1929.
        • J. J. was a farmer and store manager. Lottie was a homemaker and clerk.
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        • v. CHARLES LESTER LOGES, b. April 26, 1901, Lee County, Warren, IA; d. November 08, 1979, Fort Worth, TX, buried in Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park, Colleyville, TX; m. (1) NANCY FERN HARPER, July 22, 1925, Hugoton, KS; b. January 06, 1903, St. Johns KS; d. December 12, 1942, Utleyville, CO, buried in Springfield Cemetery, Springfield, CO; m. (2) FLORA GRACE JACKSON, December 10, 1946, Grapevine, TX; b. January 03, 1903, MO; d. May 04, 1988, Colleyville, TX, buried in Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park, Colleyville, TX.
        • Notes for CHARLES LESTER LOGES:
        • Charles Lester and Nancy Fern Loges lived east of Hugoton, Kansas, when they were first married and then moved to a farm near Utleyville, CO. Fern died and Lester then married Grace Jackson Vaughan. They had been childhood sweethearts before Grace's parents had moved away. Grace had married and had two children and her husband had died a few months before Fern died. Through a mutual acquanitance they got back in touch and found the spark was still there and married. They lived on the farm near Utleyville until too many dry years made it impossible to continue. They moved to Grapevine, Texas, where Grace had lived before they were married and Lester worked in a meat packing plant there until shortly before his death in 1979. Grace died in a nursing home in Grapevine, Texas, in 1988.
        • vi. ALICE IRENE LOGES, b. March 20, 1905, Lee County, Warren, IA; d. June 25, 1927, Liberal, KS, buried in Liberal Cemetery, Liberal, KS; m. LEON A. STITT, May 11, 1927, Liberal, KS, the couple did not have children; b. Liberal, KS.
        • vii. CLARENCE GROVER LOGES, b. November 03, 1907, Warren, IA; d. January 26, 1977, Pueblo, CO, buried in Springfield Cemetery, Springfield, CO; m. IRENE DAVIS, March 26, 1946, Elkhart, KS; b. May 27, 1911, Protection, KS; d. November 26, 1997, Springfield, CO, buried in Springfield Cemetery, Springfield, CO.
        • Notes for CLARENCE GROVER LOGES:
        • At the death of Clarence Loges' sister, Nellie Winona Loges Benjamin, in 1950, Clarence and his wife Irene adopted Rita Benjamin, 4, and were appointed legal guardians of Tim Benjamin, 15. They did not have any children of their own.
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        • viii. NELLIE WINONA LOGES, b. January 06, 1909, Lee County, Warren, IA; d. September 20, 1950, Lamar, CO, buried in Springfield Cemetery, Springfield, CO; m. ORA LEE "RED" BENJAMIN, July 22, 1929, Sublette, KS; b. May 02, 1897; d. January 1979, Fort Lyons, CO..
  • 6. AUGUST FREDERICK3 LOGES (CHRISTIAN HENRY2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born March 15, 1868 in near Gorin, MO, and died November 26, 1932 in Primrose, IA, buried in Primrose Cemetery, Lee County, IA. He married EMMA WILHELMINA VORNKAHL April 15, 1903 in Zion Evangelical & Reformed Church, Primrose, IA, daughter of FREDERICK VORNKAHL and MARIE SCHWEER. She was born September 02, 1879 in Lee County, near Primrose, IA, and died February 12, 1969 in Keokuk, IA, buried in Primrose Cemetery, Lee County, IA.
  • Children of AUGUST LOGES and EMMA VORNKAHL are:

        • i. FREDERICK AUGUST4 LOGES, b. January 25, 1904, Donnellson, IA; d. March 09, 1995, Keosauqua, IA, buried in Zion Mennonite Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA; m. LINDA ALMA WEBER, January 25, 1931, Zion Evangelical Church Parsonagae, Primrose, IA; b. August 26, 1905, Donnellson, IA; d. May 22, 1993, Donnellson, IA, buried in Zion Mennonite Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA.
        • ii. JOHN EMIL LOGES, b. June 13, 1905, Charleston, IA; d. April 04, 1999, West Point, IA, buried in Zion Mennonite Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA; m. VERDA MAE LOWENBERG, January 15, 1930, St. Paul Evangelical Parsonage, Donnellson, IA; b. May 24, 1906, Donnellson, IA; d. January 02, 1997, Fort Madison, IA, buried in Zion Mennonite Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA.
        • iii. HERBERT RAYMOND LOGES, b. May 29, 1906, Charleston, IA; d. September 09, 1993, Kahoka, MO, buried in Primrose Cemetery, Lee County, IA; m. BLANCHE JEAN ROHDY, June 19, 1937, Zion Evangelical & Reformed Church, Primrose, IA; b. January 22, 1913, Farmington, IA; d. November 17, 1992, Iowa City, IA, buried in Primrose Cemetery, Lee County, IA.
        • iv. LEONARD OSWALD LOGES, b. March 21, 1908, Charleston, IA; d. April 21, 1992, Donnellson, IA, buried in Primrose Cemetery, Lee County, IA; m. MILDRED M. BOSTOCK, June 01, 1952, Zion Evangelical & Reformed Church, Primrose, IA; b. September 16, 1913, Van Buren County; d. November 08, 1985, Donnellson, IA, buried in Primrose Cemetery, Lee County, IA.
  • 7. EDWARD HENRY3 LOGES (CHRISTIAN HENRY2, CHRISTOPHER1) was born May 03, 1874 in Etna, MO, and died April 15, 1965 in at his home in RR, Donnellson, IA, buried in Embury Methodist Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA. He married CORA ORINDA DRESSER April 27, 1904 in at Brides's home, daughter of WARREN DRESSER and MARY SURRENA. She was born March 12, 1885 in on a farm southwest of Donnellson, in Van Buren Township, and died March 11, 1949 in at her home in RR, Donnellson, IA, buried in Embury Methodist Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA.
  • Children of EDWARD LOGES and CORA DRESSER are:

        • i. ALBERT PERRY4 LOGES, b. March 03, 1905, near Donnellson, IA; d. March 09, 1989, en route to Keokuk Area Hospital, Keokuk, IA, buried in Embury Methodist Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA; m. GLADYS ELIZABETH VON SEGGEN, February 27, 1935, United Methodist Church, Keosauqua, IA; b. May 17, 1914, Farmington, IA.
        • Notes for ALBERT PERRY LOGES:
        • Albert Loges' birth name is Perry Albert Loges. His name is stated this way because Perry was never used and most people would not be certain of his identity.
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        • ii. GLENN LEROY LOGES, b. September 09, 1906, RR, Donnellson, IA, never maried; d. September 12, 1940, Keokuk, IA, buried in Embury Methodist Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA.
        • iii. WILMA ORINDA LOGES, b. July 11, 1908, RR, Donnellson, IA; d. January 16, 1999, Keosauqua, IA, buried in Embury Methodist Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA; m. HAROLD JAMES SLAUGHTER, March 12, 1932, Carthage, IL, the couple never had children; b. December 27, 1903, Primrose, IA; d. February 13, 2001, Fort Madison, IA, buried in Embury Methodist Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA.
        • iv. NINA EDNA LOGES, b. June 21, 1910, near Donnellson, IA.
        • v. HUBERT DRESSER LOGES, b. March 29, 1914, near Donnellson, IA, he never married; d. July 06, 1939, Donnellson, IA, buried in Embury Methodist Cemetery, near Donnellson, IA.

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