JERMAIN WESLEY LOGUEN. Jermain Wesley Loguen was born a slave on February 5, 1813, near Nashville, Tennessee. His father was David Logue, a plantation and distillery owner. His mother was a slave named Cherry.
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One day Manaseth’s distillery burned to the ground. He needed some money so he decided to sell Jarm’s younger brothers and sisters.
John trusted the wrong men – these men ended up stealing his horse and Jarm’s saddle.
At this time, he decided to change his name. Since Jarm was his slave name, he decided to call himself Jarmain instead. He took Wesley as his middle name and added an n to the end of his last name so now he was Jarmain Wesley Loguen.
A great mob formed and the Jerry Rescue got underway. Violence soon broke out and several people were injured.
Even Jerry was hurt. His head was cut and a rib was broken. But the rescuers were able to carry Jerry out to a carriage. Later he was hidden under a wagon seat and covered with hay.
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“Painting Rev. Jermain Loguen.” http://www.flickr.com/photos/medubside/sets/72157601153516578/. Visited April 12, 2009.
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“Yours truly J. W. Loguen.” http://images.nypl.org/index.php?id=1245565&t=r. Visited April 11, 2009.