emperament, and aspirations.
He was but thirty-six years old, but had a well-thought-out plan to add to the glory of the name he bore.
He left a lovely wife and three children-two daughters and a son-all of whom are now grown to manhood and womanhood.
The eldest, a daughter, is married and lives abroad, greatly to my distress.
John A. Logan III bids fair to be a worthy scion of his illustrious grandfather and father.
He is a graduate of Yale, and was married September 2, 1913, to Miss Margaret Powell of Saint Joseph, Missouri.
He has established his home at Youngstown, Ohio.
He is patriotic in the highest degree, a member of the Ohio national guard, ready and anxious for orders should his State or country need his services.
The youngest child, Edith Josephine Logan, has a decided talent for sculpture, and has already modelled some fine works.
Unfortunately, we must live each his own life and can not always have about us the few dear ones whom death has not claimed.