Elaine (Tannock) Logan

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updated February 06, 2019
Elaine (Tannock) Logan was born into the Tannock family and married into the Logan family. She was born to Olga Tannock and Carl Richard Tannock, with siblings Richard and Thomas. She married Donald Logan, and they gave birth to Daniel Logan and David Logan.

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Elaine (Tannock) Logan Family Tree

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Parents:

Olga Tannock
Apr 11, 1900 - April 1983
Hillsboro, Oregon
Carl Richard Tannock
Apr 29, 1905 - May 1983
Hillsboro, OR

Siblings:

Richard Brent Tannock
Jun 3, 1931 - May 27, 2005
Hillsboro, OR
Thomas Quenton Tannock
Apr 22, 1929 - Jun 8, 2008
forest grove, or, us
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Elaine (Tannock) Logan was born to Olga Tannock and Carl Richard Tannock, with siblings Richard and Thomas. She married Donald Logan, and they gave birth to Daniel Logan and David Logan.
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Other Tannocks

Richard Brent Tannock
Jun 3, 1931 - May 27, 2005
Hillsboro, OR
Shirley Ann (Duyck) Tannock
Jul 12, 1935 - Apr 15, 2017
Forest Grove, OR, United States
Carl Richard Tannock
Born: Jun 16, 1957
Portland, OR, United States
Valerie A. Tannock
Born: Jun 19, 1958
Portland, OR, United States
Allen S. Tannock
Born: Aug 26, 1955
Prineville, OR, United States
Allan Cleugh Tannock
1869 - 1927
Hillsboro, OR
Lottie Grace (Zimmerman) Tannock
Apr 5, 1876 - Oct 31, 1958
Ukiah, OR, United States
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