Duncans in Walton Co. FL


Duncan research files of
Mary Ann (Duncan) Dobson
the Genealogy Bug

Last revised July 13, 2003

Formed 1824 from Jackson
Washington formed 1825 from Jackson, Walton
Holmes formed 1848 from Walton, Washington, Calhoun
Okaloosa formed 1915 from Santa Rosa, Walton


1830-1850 Walton Co. FL Census
      No Duncan indexed

1860 Walton Co. FL Census
P.O. Uchuanna
Pg.929, #2-2, Alexr MONROE 33 SC merchant highway $500-$4,954
                  Mary 29 FL domestic
                  Wm. ALEXANDER 6 FL
                  Chas. DUNCAN 3, Daniel 1 FL
Pg.956, #188, A.D. McRAE (m) 63 NC farmer $400-$75
                  Margret 60 NC domestic
                  Catharine 37 AL domestic
                  Murdock M. 31 AL laborer $0-$55
                  Hugh 16 AL serving
                  Rosannah McCALLIN? 40 AL domestic $160-$300
                  Margret J. McCALLIN 17 AL domestic
                  Marianne 14 FL, Wm. Alexr. 12 AL
                  Hugh DUNCAN 9 AL
                  Sarah ANDERSON 21 AL domestic
                  Annabella 5/12 FL
                  Nancy YOW 17 GA domestic

1870-1880 Walton Co. FL Census
      No Duncan indexed


"Territorial Papers, Florida Territory, 1828-1834" Vol. XXIV (CA State University, Sacramento, library book)
      Pg.638-640: Petition to the President by Citizens of Walton Co., Jan. 24, 1832: Petition to reappoint Henry M. Backenridege (sic) as Judge of the Superior Court of the Western District of Florida, whose term is expiring. Sec. 3 of subscribers signed by William V. Duncan, John J. Duncan, and Mathew Duncan among others. (MAD: ? see Covington and Sumter Co. AL)


Florida CSA Pension Application Files Index; Record Group 137, Series 587 (Internet address as of 6/25/2000)
      ... The first Confederate pensions in Florida were authorized in 1885 ... The pension application files include both veterans' and widows' applications interfiled, although approved and denied claims are filed separately. ... Confederate pensions were awarded to residents of Florida regardless of the state in which their service was rendered. The index is arranged by application file number and includes the veteran's name, his unit of service, state of service (if other than Florida), widow's first and maiden name, county from which the application was filed, and the earliest year of application.
      D21661, DUNCAN, James C., Alabama, Walton Co, 1920, 09 pgs (MAD: Claim Denied)


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