Robert Logan

Robert Logan (d.1866, aged 91).

As a Chief Factor of the Hudson’s Bay Company, Logan traded all over Rupert’s Land, the vast territory that stretched from the eastern shore of the Hudson’s Bay to the Rockies.  On his retirement, Logan took up residence in the Red River Settlement, and was one of the community’s most prominent members. Hudson’s Bay Governor George Simpson appointed Logan, Dr. John Bunn and Alexander Ross as the first Wardens of St. John’s.