A.J. Baker, Anthony Lawson, Appalachia, Charleston, Cincinnati, genealogy, history, J.C. Alderson, J.D. Sergeant, Jacob Smith, James Laidley, James OKeeffe, Julius C. Williamson, Kanawha County, Kentucky, Lewis Ferrell, McDowell County, Morehead, Oswald Schaaf, Philadelphia, Pike County, Pond, Roane County, Stuart Wood, T.W. Blankenship, Tazewell County, W.W. Adams, Warren Alderson, West Virginia, Wheeling, William P. Payne, Wytheville
What follows is a list of absentee landowners in Magnolia District of Logan County, WV, for 1886 and 1889… There are three significant categories of absentee landowners: 1) those who live outside of Logan County; 2) those who live in Logan County but outside of Magnolia District; and 3) those who own property, for example, at Mate Creek but reside, for example, at Grapevine Creek (both within the district). This list only includes the former.
Warren Alderson, Morehead KY, 2999 acres
Jacob Smith, Mouth of Pond KY, 2050 acres
J.D. Sergeant, Philadelphia PA, 1581 acres
Julius C. Williamson, Kentucky, 1353 acres
T.W. Blankenship, Roane County, 1200 acres
Anthony Lawson estate, Wytheville VA, 816 acres
Oswald Schaaf, Cincinnati OH, 650 acres
A.J. Baker, unknown, 300 acres
James Laidley, Kanawha County, 141 acres
J.D. Sergeant, Philadelphia PA, 8976 acres
James OKeeffe, Tazewell County VA, 3592 acres
Stuart Wood, Philadelphia PA, 1093 acres
Warren Alderson, Morehead KY*, 800 acres
F. Slutienburgh, Cincinnati OH, 350 acres
J.C. Alderson and W.W. Adams et al., Wheeling and Charleston
Lewis Ferrell heirs, Pike County KY
Anthony Lawson heirs, Wytheville VA
William P. Payne et al., McDowell County
*Note: Residence located in Logan County in 1889 but in Morehead, Kentucky, for all other years.
Source: Land Book 1880-1886 and Land Book 1887-1892.