Thomas George Johnston Loggie (November 12, 1854 - December 23, 1931) was a Canadian draftsman and sportsman. Loggie attended secondary school in Chatham, New Brunswick, and in 1871 started a job as a draftsman with the provincial Department of Lands and Mines. His 1885 'Map of the Province of New Brunswick, Canada' won a bronze medal at the 1884 International Forestry Exhibition in Edinburgh, Scotland. He became deputy surveyor general of New Brunswick in 1908. He received and honorary Master of Science in Forestry from the University of New Brunswick in 1914 and was awarded the Imperial Service Order in 1918. Loggie retired in 1925 after working as a civil servant for fifty-four years. Loggie represented New Brunswick in shooting competitions held at Wimbledon in England three times during the 1870s. He also helped found the Tabusintac Fishing Club, one of the first sporting clubs in Miramichi.

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