Olive Hill Times, November 26, 1925 MRS. LOGAN PASSES AWAY [Atilla Hargis Logan; bel] Mrs. John M. Logan, of Morehead, passed away last Wednesday, November 18, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lord and Dr. Lord, at Fort Worth, Texas, of infirmities of old age, after a brief illness at a local hospital, where she had been visiting for the winter. She was 78 years of age and leaves four daughters and two sons, besides a host of relatives. She was the widow of the late John M. Logan, who for many years was a prominent physician of Kilgore, in this county, where they raised a large family, and where she made many warm bosom friends. At the time of her death she had been making her home with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jenkins at Morehead and had gone south to spend the winter. The body was brought back to Morehead Saturday and after a brief service at the Caudill cemetery, was laid to rest. Rev. Irvine had charge of the service and the relatives and friends were at the bier. She was the daughter of the late Colonel John Hargis of Morehead and was a member of one of the most prominent families of Kentucky. The funeral was attended by the editor, wife and family from this city. She was an aunt of Mrs. Fultz. (The editor of the Carter County Herald was W. F. Fultz, son of John Wesley Fultz and Lavinia Danner).
Submitted by: Bruce E. Logan, Jr. and David Tucker