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James Ashlin Logan, American lawyer. Bar: Kentucky 1930. Recipient Selective Service medal, United States Congress, 1968, Keys to City of Louisville, 1968, numerous awards.


Logan, James Ashlin was born on January 29, 1905 in Wilmore, Kentucky, United States. Son of Sanford McBrayer and Adele (Saufley) Logan.


AB, Centre College, Danville, Kentucky. Juris Doctor, Case Western Reserve University. Postgraduate, University Cincinnati.

Postgraduate, Oxford University, England.


Private practice, 1930—1935. Attorney Federal Land Bank of Louisville, Home Owners Loan Association. Conciliation commissioner Farm Debtors, 1937—1937.

Partner Jouett & Logan, Winchester, Kentucky, 1937—1943. Special assistant United States Attorney General, 1943—1946. Authorization officer VA, 1946—1949.

Attorney Employees Compensation Appeals Board, Washington, 1949—1951, Inter-Ocean Insurance Company, 1951—1965. Private practice Walton, Kentucky, since 1965. Delegate 9th Conference on Law of World, Madrid, 1979.


  • Bar: Kentucky 1930.


Elder Richwood Presbyterian Church, Boone County, Kentucky. Member of Sons of the American Revolution (past president Kentucky society, Patriot's medal 1968), Cincinnati Council World Affairs, Kentucky History Society, Northern Kentucky Heritage League, American Legion, Kentucky Bar Association (senior counselor since 1980), Federal Bar Association, Filson of Louisville, Pi Kappa Delta, Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Delta Phi.


Married Mary Ella Bedlinger, October 1, 1949.

Sanford McBrayer Logan

Adele (Saufley) Logan

Mary Ella Bedlinger