Harriett Marreah Bentley

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ChartsAncestors of Jennie Luene Logan
John Alden to Jennie Luene (Logan) Billings
George Soule to Jennie Luene (Logan) Billings
Captain Caleb Bentley to Jennie Luene Logan
Diana, Princess of Wales, and Jennie Luene (Logan) Billings
King Ethelred II to Jennie Luene Logan
George Washington - Jennie Luene (Logan) Billings
John Adams & John Quncy Adams - Jennie Luene (Logan) Billings
James Madison - Jennie Luene (Logan) Billings
Franklin Delano Roosevelt - Jennie Luene (Logan) Billings
Barack Obama - Jennie Luene (Logan) Billings
Harriett Marreah Bentley, daughter of George R. Bentley and Thursia Maria Jones, was born at Blandinsville, McDonough Co., Illinois, 11 August 1862.1,2,3,4 She died at Allison, Decatur Co., Kansas, 5 April 1899,5,6 and was buried in the Allison Cemetery, Allison, Decatur Co., Kansas.6,7

Harriett married, as his 2nd wife, Dana Selwin Logan, son of Samuel C. Logan and Paulina Girton, at Blandinsville, 3 July 1881.8,9,10

Her daughter Essie kept a diary, and included a portion of it in the Dana Selwin Logan Journal:
This is mothers obituary as written in newspaper.
Mrs. D. S. Logan.
Mrs. D. S. Logan died at her home at Allison Ks. the 5th April 1899 from rupturing of a blood vessel. She was taken sick at 10 oclock the night of the 4th and died the evening of the following day. The maiden name of the deceased was Hattie M. Bentley. She was born in Hire Township McDonough Co. Ill. Aug. 11, 1863. July 3, 1881 she was united in marriage to D. S. Logan at Blandinsville Ill. They moved to Ks. in the spring of 1885. Mrs. Logan confessed her faith in Christ in April 1893 and united with church of Christ and was an active member till her death. Her last words were. “Oh the Angels” and her spirit took its flight to the God who gave it.
The untimely demise of this devoted wife and mother is a sad blow to this family. The husband and 6 children mourn her loss. The funeral service was at Allison and were conducted by Elder Jackson. Interment was in Allison Cemetery. 36 years old.

Besides the obituary, Essie recorded the event:
Apr. 5, 1899 Mother died about 6 oclock in the evening. She had been sick only about 18 hrs. & father had gone to Jennings on pony to get medicine from Dr. She felt better in the evening & had come out in parlor and sat down in her rocking chair where she died a few minutes later. We were all at her bedside & kissed her goodbye. Her last words were “Oh the Angels, and the Lord”. Mrs. Johnson was with us and prepared her body for burying. Rev. Jackson preached her funeral. His text from 1st Cor. 15th Chap. The songs were the ones that Mother liked best:
     Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus.
     Shall we gather at the River.
     We’ll never say goodbye in heaven.
     Got be with you till we meet again.9

Family

Dana Selwin Logan b. 14 Mar 1856, d. 9 Sep 1928
Children
  • Thursia Estelle Logan9 b. 17 Dec 1883, d. 18 Sep 1928
  • Dana Roy Logan+11,5 b. 30 Aug 1885, d. 9 Oct 1957
  • Essie Blanche Logan9 b. 4 Nov 1887, d. Jun 1974
  • Henry Leslie Logan9 b. 9 Nov 1890, d. 13 Jan 1955
  • Kent Bentley Logan9 b. 20 Nov 1892, d. 6 Oct 1976
  • Elsie Viola Hattie Logan9 b. 12 Nov 1894, d. 26 Nov 1973

Citations

  1. [S548] George R. Bentley pension application file; certificate no. 861026 veterans survey; Pension application files based upon service in the Civil War and Spanish-American War; Records of the Department of Veterans Affairs, Record Group 15; National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.
  2. [S611] Dana Selwin Logan Family, Bible Record, Photocopy of original pages removed from the bible. Publication data and present owner of the bible are unknown, Compiler's genealogy files Clarkdale, Arizona.
  3. [S459] United States Census for 1870 [Ninth Census of the United States], Hire Township, McDonough County, Illinois, population schedule, sheet 458/9, dwelling 69, family 69, Joseph M. Jones household, age 8, born in Illinois, digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com); original data: NARA micropublication M593, 1748 rolls, roll #256.
  4. [S460] United States Census for 1880 [Tenth Census of the United States], Hire Township, McDonough County, Illinois, population schedule, enumeration district (ED) 160, sheet 393/2, dwelling 24, family 24, Joseph Jones household, age 17, born in Kentucky. Grand-daughter, digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com); original data: NARA micropublication T9, 1454 rolls, roll #277.
  5. [S549] Bible Record of Family and Descendants of Dana Roy and Chella (Gardner) Logan, The Holy Bible: King James Authorized Version Containing the Old and New Testaments, Indexed Self-Pronouncing Edition (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: A. J. Holman Co., 1930); Compiler's genealogy files.
  6. [S657] Phil Wurm and Sharleen Wurm, Allison Cemetery, Decatur Co., Kansas (On line: http://skyways.lib.ks.us/genweb/decatur/cemeteries/allison_cemetery.htm : KSGenWeb, 2001), viewed 6 Dec 2006.
  7. [S2323] Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed Aug 2020), memorial page for Harriett Mariah "Hattie" (Bentley) Logan, Find a Grave memorial #24670491, maintained by Judy Mayfield, further cited as Find A Grave.
  8. [S648] Libby Grim, et al., McDonough County Marriages, 6 vols. (Macomb, Illinois: McDonough County Genealogical Society, 1980 - [(---)]), 5:10, #1053, giving parents as Samuel C. Logan & Paulina Garten & G.B. Bentley & _____Jones, further cited as Grim, McDonough Co. Marriages.
  9. [S111] Photocopy of transcribed Daily Journal of Dana Selwin Logan, Compiler's genealogy files Clarkdale, Arizona. Whereabouts of the original is unknown.
  10. [S110] Jo Benear. Billings-Logan Family Records, Clippings and Family Group Sheets, 1988, Compiler's genealogy files, Clarkdale, Arizona.
  11. [S634] Dana Roy Logan, Death Certificates, File No. 57 18 2096 (1957), Utah Department of Health, Office of Vital Records & Statistics, Salt Lake City, Utah.
This person was last edited on20 Sep 2020