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Re: William Logue's Last Will and Testament
Posted by: Chuck McCardie (ID *****9349) Date: July 11, 2010 at 05:01:47
In Reply to: Re: William Logue's Last Will and Testament by Robert Logue of 582

Just so you know, Platte County was not organized until Dec. 31, 1838. There are records for Platte County back to at least 1837 but they were recorded in Clay County, MO.

It appears Martin laid out the original plat for Camden Point, MO.

There are no Logue's in the cemetery books I have for Platte. I have various other books for Clay and Platte Counties and only find mention of Martin in the 1850 census and in regards to Camden Point. I have a copy of the original plat for Camden Point but there are no surnames lists as some of the others do.

I have books on many counties in MO. If you find he did make to MO, let me know and I will check to see if I have something.

Best of luck.

Chuck


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