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The Scottish and Irish surname Logan is an habitational name from any of the places in Scotland so called, principally that near Auchinleck. They all get their names from the Gaelic term lagan, a diminutive of lag meaning “hollow.” Clan Logan originally came from an area known as 'The lands of Logan' in Ayrshire. Thurgand de Logyn rendered homage to the Scottish Government in 1296, whilst in 1307 John de Logan was recorded as being 'an enemy of the King of England'. The Irish O'Logans were originally the Lords of Morgallion, in County Westmeath in the year 1300.
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