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James Logan was one of the earlier pastoralists that had leased the land at 10/- a square mile, and consequently the area has Logans Hut, Logan Flat, Logans Farm, Logans Creek and Logans Gap in the area.
The 1860 Almanac had the Humphrys and Flower farms at Logans Flat.
The Stony Gap community of the Flower, Humphrys, Delamere, Escott, Porter and Logan built a school house, and a church, both on James Flowers land.
The families succeeded at sheep farming, and each were to extend their holdings by 1000 acres.
He was also to be involved in the installation, operation and maintenance of the Cornish Steam driven pump which had been recently purchased to de-flood the Burra workings.
John and his sons were also involved in supply of timber for the shaft supports, as fuel for the boilers of the pump, and also for the smelting process.
click - Sarah Anne Duke (Humphrys) (1857-1941) and John Allen Duke click - Jesse2 Humphrys (1861-1934) and Emily (Duke) Humphrys click - Flower Humphrys (1863-1944) and Mary (Rogers) Humphrys.
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