The three-year-old daughter of Spencer Logan died this date of Scrofula (Tuberculosis) and was buried at Bethel Burying Ground. According to the 1847 African American Census, Mr. Logan was employed as a porter and his spouse ( name unknown at this time) was employed as a laundress. They lived in a small room at 4 Bonsall Street for which they paid $2.50 a month for rent. Bonsall is now Rodman Street and the building would have been in the 900 block of Rodman. Several prominent Black families lived on this block including the LeCounts (#6) and the Bolivar family (#8). Both Mr. and Ms. Spencer were born enslaved and gained their legal liberation through manumission. It appears that both were born in Virginia.