Duncan research files of
1830-1860 Washington Co. FL Census
No Duncan indexed
1870 Washington Co. FL Census
Pg.828, #61-59, DUNCAN, Wm. A. 22 GA (white) farmer $75-$125
Julia A. 19 GA house keeping
Henry M. 1 FL at home
William W. 1/12 FL at home b.April
VANLANDINGHAM, K. (f) 25 GA at home
(MAD: age and birth month as given)
Pg.848, #418-411, DUNCAN, Thomas 60 GA (white) farmer $150-$200
Frances (f) 51 GA house keeping
Ann 24 GA at home
1880 CENSUS, YATES MILL DISTRICT 157, WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA (partial; from Kathy D. Cawley 3/2005)
PAGE 527, SD 18, ED 157
WILLIAM, AGE 32, FATHER, FARMER, ALA./N.C./BLANK
NANCY, AGE 26, WIFE, FLA./BLANK/BLANK
WILLIAM, AGE 11, SON, FLA./ALA./FLA.
CONSILL, AGE 8, SON, FLA./ALA./FLA.
ARCHIBALD, AGE 6, SON, FLA./ALA./FLA.
ALEXANDER, AGE 3, SON, FLA./ALA./FLA.
ELLEN, AGE 2, DAUGHTER, FLA./ALA./FLA.
DANIEL, AGE 5/12, SON, FLA./ALA./FLA.
JULIA, AGE 30, DAUGHTER, DIVORCED, FLA./ALA./FLA.
(KDC: William Duncan is probably the son Thomas and Julia must be Thomas's daughter and sister to William?)
THOMAS, AGE 67, FATHER/FATHER, N.C./N.C./N.C.
LIVONIA, AGE 23, WIFE, FLA./N.C./FLA.
JOSEPH, AGE 3, SON, FLA./N.C./FLA.
HENRY, AGE 1, SON, FLA./N.C./FLA.
1900 CENSUS, POPLAR HEAD, WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA (from Kathy D. Cawley 3/2005)
PAGE 185A, SD 7, ED 123
WILLIAM J., HEAD, DEC 1836, AGE 63, M'd 15 YRS. GA./VA./GA, FARMER
LIVONIA O., WIFE, AUG 1854, AGE 45, 2 CHI. BORN, 2 LIVING, FLA./FLA./FLA.
JOSEPH R., STEP-SON, MAY 1878, AGE 22, WIDOWED, FLA./GA./GA, FARMER
REBECCA J., STEP-GR. DAU., MAR 1900, AGE 3/12, FLA./FLA./GA.
(KDC: It appears that Livonia, age 45, is the mother of Henry Duncan. Her husband, Thomas Duncan, probably died and she re-married William Foster. Joseph R. and daughter Rebecca J. should be Duncan's)
HENRY, HEAD, DEC 1878, AGE 21, M'd 5 YRS., FLA./FLA./FLA, cross tie cropp?, CAN READ/WRITE/SPEAK ENGLISH
MARY E., WIFE, OCT 1880, AGE 19, 3 CHI. BORN, 3 LIVING, GA./FLA./FLA, CANNOT READ/WRITE, SPEAKS ENGLISH
THOMAS A., SON, OCT 1895, AGE 4, FLA./FLA./GA.
LIVONIA J., DAUGHTER, AGE 2, FLA./FLA./GA.
1910 CENSUS, WAUSAU DISTRICT 117, WASHINGTON COUNTY, FLORIDA (from Kathy D. Cawley 3/2005)
ED 117, S.D. 3, PCT 15, SHEET 2A
THOMAS, HEAD, AGE 27, M2X, 1 YEAR, ALABAMA/ALABAMA/ALABAMA, LABORER AT MILL, CANNOT READ/WRITE
MARY E., WIFE, AGE 29, M2X, 5 CHI. BORN, 5 LIVING, GA./FLA./GA, CAN READ ONLY
DUNCAN, THOMAS A., STEPSON, AGE 14, FLA./FLA./GA. LABORER AT MILL, CAN READ/WRITE
DUNCAN, LIVONA J., STEPDAUGHTER, AGE 11, FLA./FLA./GA, CAN READ/WRITE
DUNCAN, ELLA L., STEPDAUGHTER, AGE 9, FLA./FLA./GA.
DUNCAN, DELLA B., STEPDAUGHTER, AGE 7, FLA./FLA./GA.
DUNCAN, JAMES B., STEPSON, AGE 2, FLA./FLA./GA.
Washington Church Cemetery, Washington Co. FL (from photos sent by Joe Claxton 11/26/2011, not related)
Henry Duncan borned Dec 24 1884 died Sept 27 1904
Joe Duncan borned May 10 1882 died March 8th 1903
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.
A02264, MARTIN, John R., 6th Regt Inf, Ellen (Duncan), Washington Co, 1901, 16 pgs
Limestone Cemetery, Washington Co. FL (website from Charles Peel 4/2002; he has visited the cemetery)
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