Duncan research files of
1830 Clarke Co. GA Census Pg.309 William Smith 0000,0000,1 - 0020,1000,1 (MAD: Thena Duncan mar. Wm. J. Smith 2/13/1825; ?? or 1830 Henry or Walton Co. GA census) 311 Peter Duncan 0001,0000,1 - 0100,1000,1 (MAD: one Peter Duncan of Mackleroy's Mil. Dist., Clarke Co. GA, drew lot #320 in Dist.19, Sec.2, in the 1832 Gold Land Lottery; one Peter Duncan had 492 acres surveyed and granted in Jackson Co. GA in 1829) 314 Sherod Nowlin 0010,0100,001 - 1011,0001 (MAD: 1840 Walker Co. GA census) 1840 Clarke Co. GA Census 240th District Pg.220 Peter Duncan 0000,0000,01 - 0001,1000,1 (one name between) Thomas Duncan 1100,1 - 1100,1 223 Hiram Delay 2000,01 - 1000,01
1850 Clarke Co. GA Census
Pg.52, #41, John JACKSON Sr. 77 NC farmer $3000
William 37 GA
Martha 27 GA
John T. 4/12 GA
Pg.52, #42, Nicholas WALLIS 58 SC farmer $400
Elizabeth 52 SC
Penina 19, Peggy 14, Doctor J. 10 GA
Pg.52, #43, Susannah DUNCAN 47 SC
Pg.52, #44, Peninah DUNCAN (f) 32 SC
George 17, Margaret 14, Osborn 12 GA
Melissa 10, Amantha 8 GA
(MAD: ?widow of Thomas?, she mar. 2nd as Penny Duncan to Leroy Johnston 12/22/1850 Walton Co. GA; George may be G.N. in 1860 Catoosa Co. GA census; possibly Osborn may be O.J. in 1860 DeKalb Co. GA census)
Pg.52, #45, Obediah COPELAND 26 GA farmer
Elizabeth 25 GA
Mary 5, Caroline 3, Margaretta 3/12 GA
Pg.52, #46, Wm. F. GLOSSON 28 GA farmer $200
Mary 27 GA
Louisa 9, James 6, Nancy 5 GA
Frances 3, Sarah J. 10/12 GA
Pg.52, #47, Jackson DANIEL 35 GA farmer $300
Matilda 33 SC
Julia A. 6, Eliza 3, Francis T. 2, Rachel 6/12 GA
Pg.53, #48, Wm. M. COOK 40 GA farmer $1500
Frances 29 GA, ch. 10-10/12
George DUNCAN 18 GA (no occupation)
1860 Clarke Co. GA Census (and from Denzil Mauldin 1/1987)
Pg.926, #26-26, Cicero H. McLEROY 24 GA farmer $0-$375
Louisiana T. 22 GA
Missouri Ann 3, George M. 2 GA
Pg.926, #27-27, Susan DUNCAN 49 SC (blank) $0-$0 (alone)
(MAD: 1880 Oconee Co. GA census) Pg.926, #28-28, Wyatt LEO 99 (sic) VA (blank) $200-$190
Mary 55 SC
Charity 22, Lucy 19, Mary 16, Winney 14 GA
Zellah (f) 13, John 12, Thomas 9, Beecky 10 GA
Dark Corner, 224th District
Pg.942, #153-153, Leroy JOHNSON 68 VA farmer $0-$45
Penina (f) 49 SC
Mary 8, Doctor (m) 4 GA
(MAD: Penny Duncan mar. Leroy Johnson 12/22/1850 Walton Co. GA)
1870 Clarke Co. GA Census (pg.451 also from Bobbi Keenan 10/2000; pg.441 also from Dennis Garrett 3/2003)
Athens, Ward 2
Pg.361, #311-318, SUDDER, Alexander 51 NJ (white) book seller & stationer ret., $0-$8000
Susan 49 MA keeping house
Lizzie 20, Julia 17, Carrie 14 GA at home
Charles 11, Herbert 8 GA at home
DUNCAN, Edwin 18 SC (white) attending college
(and 5 more men ages 16-18 attending college)
(and domestic servants)
Pg.395, #68-68, DUNCAN, Mary 64 GA keeping house $0-$0
Jeptha O. 26 GA farm laborer
(MAD: 1860 Newton Co. GA census; 1880 Oconee Co. GA census) 225th Dist.
Pg.399, #126-126, DURHAM, R.T. (m) 28 GA farmer $3000-$1000
Amanda 26 GA
Maria 2, J. Pauline 11/12 b.Aug. GA
DUNCUN, James 45 GA farm laborer
DURHAM, Maria 9 GA BLACK childs nurse
(MAD: ? 1860 Elbert Co. GA census)
District 241, P.O. Wadkinsville
Pg.441, #794-794, CODY, Alfred 58 GA (white) farm laborer $0-$100
Mahala 35 GA keeping house
Wm. A. 14 GA farm laborer
Frances L. (f) 13 GA at home
Mary 11 GA at home
Ola Vashti 6 GA at home
Sarah J. 5 GA at home
Moina (f) 2 GA at home
Parmelia (f) 7/12 GA at home b.Jany.
(MAD: per Dennis Garrett 9/2002, Ola V. Duncan mar. Morgan Joseph Graham 12/24/1879 Jackson Co. GA, 1880 Jackson Co. GA census, she b. 7/18/1864 GA, d. 9/7/1921, her death certificate lists her parents as J. Duncan and ? Cody. Mahala, wife of Alfred Cody, apparently was Mahala A. Peden who mar. Brantley Dunkin 6/29/1862 Walton Co. GA; marriage of Alfred Cody to Mahala ---- not yet located.)
District 217, P.O. Athens, Twp/county.pg.121
Pg.451, #941-941, DUNCAN, Sarah A. 45 GA (white) keeping house $0-$0
Wm. 21 GA works in cotton mill
Josephine (f) 16 GA without occupation
James 15, John 13 GA without occupation
Lula Ann (f) 9, Riley (m) 8 GA attending school
Joshua 4 GA at home
(BK: widow of William R. Duncan of 1850 Newton Co. GA census and 1860 Henry Co. GA census)
1880 Clarke Co. GA Census (partial; from Bobbi Keenan 10/2000)
Supervisor's Dist.2, Enumeration Dist.16, 16th Dist., June 7, 1880
Pg.15, #?, DUNCAN, William 30 GA W M, Works in cotton mill, Cannot read or write
Emily 28 GA W F, Wife, Keeping house, Cannot read or write
Mary C. 4 GA W F, Daughter
William 2 GA W M, Son
Supervisor's Dist.2, Enumeration Dist.16, 16th Dist., June 10 & 11, 1880, Georgia Factory Dist.218
Pg.28, #?, DUNCAN, Sarah 55 SC W F, Keeping house, Cannot read or write, father b.VA, mother b.VA
Josie 26 GA W F, Daughter, Widowed (or divorced), Works in cotton mill, Cannot read or write
James W. 21 GA W M, Son, Works in cotton mill, Cannot read or write
Riley 16 GA W M, Son, Works in cotton mill, Cannot read or write
Joshua 13 GA W M, Son, Works in cotton mill, Cannot read or write
Clarke Co. GA Marriage Books (FHL film 214,493)
Book B, 1821-1838
Pg.72: Wm. J. Smith to Thena Duncan, lic. 10 Feb. 1825, mar. 13 Feb. 1825 by Wm. Clifton, JP. (MAD: no William or W.J. Smith or Thena (Duncan) Smith in 1850 Clarke Co. GA; see ? 1830 Clarke or Walton or Henry Co. GA census)
Pg.95: James Delay to Peggy Duncan, lic. 21 Dec. 1825, mar. 23 Dec. 1825 by Wm. Clifton, JP. (MAD: no James Delay indexed 1830 Clarke Co. GA census, not identified 1850 GA census; see 1840 deed in Forsyth Co. GA)
Pg.307: Lorenzo D. Duncan to Virginia C. Paschal, lic. 3 Oct. 1836, mar. 10 Oct. 1836 by Jeremiah Novmcin?, MG. (MAD: 1850 Floyd Co. GA census)
Book C, 1838-1867 - no Duncan groom; no bride index
Book D, 1848-1865 - no Duncan groom; no bride index
MAD: from another source, Hiram R. Delany mar. Mary Duncan, 13 Jan. 1847 (MAD: see 1850 DeKalb Co. GA census)
Clarke Co. GA Marriage Licenses, 1800-1923; originals in order by groom; Couch, Joseph Henry through Eberhart, John (FHL film 1,675,109)
Thomas Duken to Elizabeth Ramsey, lic. 22 July 1806, mar. 24 July by D. Sims, J.I.C.
Lorenzo D. Duncan to Virginia C. Paschal, lic. 3 Oct. 1836, mar. 10 Oct. 1836 by Jeremiah Novmcin?, MG.
Clarke Co. GA Court of Ordinary, Wills, 1802-1911, filmed by Gen. Society of Utah 1960, each vol. individually indexed; Wills Vol.A-C 1802-1859 (FHL film 214,497)
Vol.A, pg.6, indexed Lambeth Hopkins; not copied; Did not check Vol.B or C for Hopkins
Book A, 1802-1822 - no Duncan
Book B, 1822-1842 - no Duncan
Book C, 1842-1859 - no Duncan
Book D, 1859-1885 - no Duncan (FHL film 214,498 item 1)
Clarke Co. GA Receipts; Executors, administrators, guardians; 1835-1868 (FHL film 214,575)
Book 3, 1835-1868 - no Duncan
Clarke Co. GA Administrators bonds, Book A, 1799-1819, filmed by the GA Dept. of Archives and History, 1960 (FHL film 488,184)
No Duncan; no Susanna Hopkins
Pg.95: Lambeth Hopkins decd, appraisal Aug. 30, 1800.
Pg.218: Joseph Hopkins, orphan son of Lambeth Hopkins decd; June 1804; guardian Joseph Clarkson, security Micajah Stinson and Zackiriah Middleton, Jan. 1805; returns made Jan. 29, 1806?
Clarke Co. GA Administrators and Guardian Bonds, 1811-1949
Mixed bonds 1839 - no Duncan or Hopkins indexed (FHL film 214,540)
Guardian Bonds 1811-1839, Book 1 - no Duncan or Hopkins indexed (FHL film 214,541)
Clarke Co. GA Court of Ordinary; annual returns and mixed records ... annual returns also include inventories, appraisements, sales, probate register, wills, and administration of estates.
Annual returns, vol.A,B,C,D, 1799-1819 (FHL film 214,511)
Same book as Administration of Estates Book A, 1799-1819 (film 488,184); not copied
Inventories, vol.E,F,G,H,I, 1807-1817 (FHL film 214,511)
Pg.5, Lambeth Hopkins (not copied)
Pg.326-331, Proceeding on the estate of Moses Hopkins decd, Jan. 6, 1810. Susanah Hopkins applied for Letters of Admin. on the estate of Moses Hopkins decd. and citation was issued the same date. May term 1810, the 7th day. Letters of Admin. & Warrant of Apprais. on estate of said Moses Hopkins decd. was granted to Suzanah Hopkins who was sworn to act according to law. ... Inventory files; list of sale filed July 2, 1810 by Suzanah Hopkins (X). Accounting shows cash received, payments to Richard Blalock for the season of a mare to horse, Richard Paulett for cotton for use of the family, Henry Paulett for schooling, Aaron Hopkins for work done for the use of the family, taxes for 1809, ditto for 1810, cash paid Jonathan Lea, suporting and clothing four children & board, paid James McCroy, paid John Duncan; filed 6 Jan. 1812 by Suzanah (X) Hopkins. Return for 1812, shows March 1813 cash received for sales, cash paid out; Jan. 1815 account, nothing received in 1814; at the time the return was made out of the estate there was a note of Jeremiah Burnett for $85 which was forgotten to be returned; filed March 6, 1815.
Annual Returns 1815-1827 - no Duncan or Hopkins (FHL film 214,510)
Inventories & appraisements vol.C, 1818-1826 - no Duncan or Hopkins (FHL film 214,512)
Annual Returns vol.D, 1822-1851 - no Duncan or Hopkins (FHL film 214,512)
Annual Returns vol.F, 1827-1844 - no Duncan or Hopkins (FHL film 214,513)
Annual Returns vol.G, 1835-1845 - no Duncan or Hopkins (FHL film 214,513)
Annual returns vol.H, 1838-1847 - no Duncan or Hopkins (FHL film 214,514)
Annual returns vol.J, 1842-1867 - no Duncan or Hopkins (FHL film 214,514)
Annual returns vol.K, 1847-1859 - no Duncan or Hopkins (FHL film 214,515).
Clarke Co. GA Court of Ordinary, List of Executors and Administrators, 1811-1821 (FHL film 214,543)
No Duncan found in page by page scan.
Unnumbered first page: David Shay, guardian of Emily Hopkins, illigitimate child of Susannah Hopkins, James Hendon and Leonard Word security, Sept. term 1821. (next item) William B. Porter, guardian of William Hopkins, orphan of Moses Hopkins decd.
Unnumbered pages, listed by term of court: March term, 1812, #4: Process vs. Rachel Hopkins (blank remarks)
July term, 1814, Citation vs. Priscilla Hopkins Jr. (blank remarks)
Unnumbered page 3/4 through book: (1st entry on page) Margret Shaw & Peter Randolph, Administrators of the estate of William Shaw, decd, Joseph Brown & Thomas Hill securities. Thos. Hill exonerated as security, Reduce? ???. (next item) David Meriweather & John Stewart executors of the estate of Charles Stewart decd. (next item) Suzannah Hopkins Administratrix of the Estate of Moses Hopkins Decd, David Merewither, Milner Echols security. (next item) John Hopkins, Administrator of the Estate of Joseph Hopkins, William Hopkins & Thomas Hill security. (next item) William Pounds Junr. Administrator on the estate of William Pounds Senr, Daniel Conner & John Ramey securities. (MAD: dates of 1813 start after these references)
Clarke Co. GA Probate Court; Estate records 1797-1949
Estate records Vol.A-B 1797-1949, incl. index - no Duncan or Hopkins (FHL film 1,643,650)
Estate records, Hinesly, Martha to Hunter, Fred, 1797-1949 (FHL film 1,674,535).
Moses Hopkins original estate file; also bond of William B. Parker as guardian of William Hopkins, minor of Susan Hopkins, security West Parker, 3 Dec. 1821. Not copied
Clarke Co. GA Inferior Court receipts, 1841-1851 (FHL film 214,574)
No Duncan; possibly filing fees or court costs in suits
Clarke Co. GA Inferior Court Minutes (from Harold C. Hopkins 1995)
Court between 10 April and 10 May 1810, page number missing but possibly was page 73:
Letters of guardianship was ordered to be granted Suzanah Hopkins.
Letters of guardianship was granted to John Dunkan.
(MAD: nothing else given in entries) (HCH: This is a matter of months after Moses Hopkins' death and Susannah's application on 6 Jan. 1810 for letters of administration on Moses' estate. Susannah mentioned four children in her statement for the year of 1811, obviously when Barsheba was no longer in her household, and directly below Susannah's statement on these children (for board and clothing etc.) was payment of $7 to John Duncan, with no explanation of why payment was made.)
Clarke Co. GA Inferior Court Minutes
Minutes Book 1802-1811 - no index; Jan. 1810 to end, no Susanna Hopkins (FHL film 214,499)
Minutes Book 1810-1817 - no index (FHL film 214,499)
Minutes Book 1803-1816 (FHL film 214,500) (did not check later)
(MAD: Pages not numbered; page numbers below from index in "The GA Genealogist")
Pg.68: Court, first Monday in January, 1810. Last will of Charles Stewart exhibited in open court, approved of and proven & letters testamentary and warrant of appraisement ordered to be granted to David Meriwether and John Stewart who was duly sworn. (next item) Ordered that Temporary Letters of Adm. be granted to Suzanah Hopkins on the estate of Moses Hopkins Decd.
Pg.70: Court adjourned til Court in course. (next item) Suzanah Hopkins applies for letters of admin. on the estate of Moses Hopkins decd. and citation was granted 6 Jan. 1810. (another item not copied) Court of Ordinary met on 1st Monday of May, 7th day 1810.
Pg.71: (Court May 7, 1810) (4th item) Letters of Administration was granted to Suzanah Hopkins on the estate of Moses Hopkins decd, who was sworn to act according to law.
Pg.72: (Court May 7, 1810) (6th item) Letters of Guardianship was ordered to be granted to Suzanah Hopkins. (7th item) Letters of guardianship was granted to John Dunkan. (MAD: no further mention found; he could have become guardian of his niece Bathsheba Hopkins about this time; see Jackson Co. GA Deed O-293)
Pg.75: (2nd item) John Hopkins Junr. applies for Letters of Administration on the Estate of Joseph Hopkins decd. and citation was issued 19 May 1810. (next item) The first Monday in July there was no court.
Pg.76: Court of Ordinary met 1st Monday in September 1810 the 3rd day. (3rd item) Letters of Administration was granted on the estate of Joseph Hopkins Decd. to John Hopkins Junr. who was sworn to act according to law, and William Hopkins and Thomas Hill became his security.
Pg.77: (Court 3 Sept. 1810) (6th item) Suzanah Hopkins made her return of the estate of Moses Hopkins decd.
Pg.81-82: Court Nov. 1810 (indexed John Dunkin, page 81; not found on page I think is page 81, nor 82)
GA Land Lotteries; Clarke Co. GA
Name, lottery year, militia district & county of residence, draw
Duncan, Peter, 1832, of Mackleroys Militia Dist., Clarke Co., drew gold lot #320 in Dist.19, Sec.2, Cherokee Purchase (MAD: later Cobb Co.)
Duncan, William, 1805, of Clarke Co., lottery #143, two blank draws (married person)
Clarke Co. GA Deeds 1801-1890 (FHL film 214,579 direct index; FHL film 214,580 reverse index)
O-267: William Duncan to John Duncan, 14 Jan. 1808, rec. 14 Apr. 1831
O-268: William & John Duncan et al by Shrf. to Henry Swann, Mar. 1831, rec. 14 April 1831
Q-11: Duncan, Lorenzo D. from J.A. Cobb, 27 Feb. 1836
Q-270: Duncan, L.D. to Watkins, Baynon, 18 Nov. 1837
Next grantor 1896; next grantee 1895
Clarke Co. GA Deeds
O-267: 14 Jan. 1808, Wm. Duncan of Jackson Co. GA to John Duncan of Green Co. GA, $400, 200 acres in Clarke Co. GA on north fork of Oconee River. Wit. Henry Swann. Appeared in court 2 Feb. 1808. (FHL film 214,595)
O-268: 1 March 1831, Sheriff to Henry Swann of Jackson Co. GA, $30, 150 acres on north fork of Oconee, adj. Chandler & others, which was lived upon as the property of William Duncan and John Duncan, to satisfy 2 fifas issued from Jackson Co. magistrate dated 1 Dec. 1830; sold by sheriff 1st (trial?) day in March 1831; Henry Swann was highest bidder. (FHL film 214,595)
Q-11: 27 Feb. 1836, John A. Cobb to Lorenzo D. Duncan, both Clarke Co. GA, $300, lot 93 in village of Cobham to the west of the town of Athens, about 1 acre. Wit. Ed. Hardwick, Saml. Frost. (FHL film 214,596)
Q-270: 18 Nov. 1837, Lorenzo D. Duncan to Watkins Raymon, both Clarke Co. GA, $700, lot 93, 1 acre more or less, in village of Cobham to the west of the town of Athens. Wit. Jont. Jones, Saml. Frost JP. (FHL film 214,596)
Clarke Co. GA Mortgages, bills of sale, bonds and deeds, 1807-1814, Vol.H (FHL film 214,576)
No Duncan 1808-1811 page by page; no Duncan indexed
H-113: 3 Sept. 1810, bond of John Hopkins Jr., admin. of Joseph Hopkins, $2,000; security William Hopkins, Thomas (X) Hill; rec. 9 Nov. 1810.
Clarke Co. GA Land Records (FHL film 214,557)
Court of Ordinary, Headrights, 1803-1832 - "... proved his headrights for xxx acres and a warrant was granted for that amount ..." - no index; looked through 1806; no Duncan, no Hopkins.
Land Court Minutes 1834-1875 - no index
Clarke Co. GA Index to Ordinary Records, Vol.J-Z, AA-EE (FHL film 214,498 item 3)
Clarke Co. GA Inferior Court Writs, 1801-1852; Vol.1801-1809 - no Duncan or Hopkins plaintiff, following from page-by-page index scan (FHL film 214,569)
Brown, Bedford vs. Dennis Hopkins, atta., pg.330, 331, 332, 333 (Bedford Brown owed $45.93-3/4 and interest by Dennis Hopkins; bond posted by Bedford Brown, security John H. Sims, to sue for recovery, 11 March 1805; that dennis Hopkins absconded or concealed himself so he could not be served under ordinary process of law. Sheriff to attach Hopkins' estate, 100a, and summoned Lambeth Hopkins as garnishee, also Ebenezer Tolson. Lambeth Hopkins said he did not have any of Dennis Hopkins' property. Case called at Jan. term 1806 and dismissed at defendant's costs.)
Smith, Benajer vs. William Hopkins and Micajah Benge, case, pg.91, 92, 93, 94 (Petition of Benajah Smith, that William Hopkins and Micajah Benge owe him $196, due by 25 Dec. 1798; service on defendants 27 Oct. 1802. Jan. 1804, dismissed at plaintiff's costs.)
Sherralt, Stephen vs. Denny Hopkins, case, pg.161, 162, 163 (Petition of Stephen Sherralt Indorsee, that Denny Hopkins owes him $40, by note 29 Nov. 1802; copy of note by Denny Hopkins and Joseph Clarkson, 23 Dec. 1803 to apper in court to answer the judgment; case continued to Jan. 1805 and dismissed at Plaintiff's costs.)
Clarke Co. GA Tax digest, 1802-1814 (FHL film 214,559)
1802: Capt. Kelough's Dist.
Duncan, William, 150a granted Duncan adj. Acadamy, Clark Co., waters of Cub Creek, 31.2-1/2 cts (MAD: see 1801 grant in Jackson Co. GA)
Capt. Phillips Dist.
Hopkins, Samuel, 0a & 100a & 150a granted Wm son, adj. Wm son, Clark Co. on Greenbrier, 75 cts
Hopkins, Dennis, 0-0-150a granted Marberry, adj. Mcdonald, Jackson Co., Oconee (waters), 50 cts
Hopkins, ataron (&teron?), 0-0-106a, wm son, adj. Gilbert, Clark Co., Greenbrier (waters), tax 45.5 cts
Hopkins, Richard, 0-204a-0, Wm son, adj. Ellis, Clark Co., Apatatche (waters), 1 slave, $1.25
Capt. Reynolds Dist.
Hopkins, Elijah, 0-100a-0, granted Marberry, adj. Hopkins, Clark Co., waters of McNuts Creek, tax 56.2-1/2 cts
Hopkins, Dennis, 0-200a-0 granted Hopkins, adj. Hopkins, Clark Co., Barbers Crk, 81.2-1/2 cts
Hopkins, Moses, 0-200a-0 granted Marberry, adj. Hopkins, Clark Co., Mcnuts Cr., 81.2-1/2 cts
Capt. Green's Dist.
Hopkins, Wm., 0-600a-900a granted Wagnon, adj. Greer, Clark Co., Barbers Creek, 9 slaves, tax $5.75
Hopkins, Lambeth, 0-100a-0 granted Jones, adj. Maddox, Clark Co., Apatatche (waters), 1 slave, tax 87.5 cts
1803: Capt. Phillins Dist.
Aaron Hopkins, 0-0-106a, Wm son, adj. Sropher?, Clark Co., G&B (waters), $2.11.2-1/2
Quit on Hopkins
Capt. McKegough's Dist.
Wm. Duncan, 0-150a-0, granted Duncan, adj. Adkins, Clark Co., N. River, tax 68.7-1/2 cts
Capt. Middleton's Dist. continued ("Middleton" crossed out, "Reynolds" inserted)
Saml. Duncan, tax 31.2-1/2 (no land)
1804: Capt. Warhaws Easley's Dist.
Wm. Duncan, 0-150a-0 granted Duncan, adj. Garrio?, Clarke Co., Oconee River, tax .68-3/4 cts
1805: Capt. Easley's Dist.
Wm. Duncan, 0-75a-75a granted Duncan, adj. Adkins, Clark Co., N. River, tax 36.2-1/2 cts (MAD: William Duncan, #143, of Clarke Co. GA had two blank draws in the 1805 GA Land Lottery)
1806: Mitchell's Dist.
William Duncan, 0-150a-0 granted Duncan, on Oconee, adj. Barber, Clarke Co., 1 slave, tax .84 cts
Defaulters names: Benjn. Duncan, Capt. Mitchell's Dist.
1807: Capt. Mitchell's Dist.
Defaulters: Wm. Duncan
1808: Capt. Mitchell's Dist. - no Duncan
Defaulters, Capt. Mitchell's Dist. - no Duncan
1809: Capt. Easley's Dist.
Thomas Dicken, 100a on Caulo. Cr.
(no Duncan in tax lists or on defaulters lists)
Forsyth Co. GA Deed (FHL film 329,951)
G-104: Jackson Co. GA, 15 May 1840, Thomas (X) Duncan of Clark Co. GA to James Delay of Co. & State afsd, $100, lot #886 in 1st Sec. of 3rd Dist., 40 acres; wit. Tandy H.K. Randolph, Tilman Harrison JIC.
"Roster of Confederate Soldiers of GA 1861-1865" by Lillian Henderson, Director of the State Division of Confederate Pensions and Records for the state of Georgia, 6 vols. (FHL book 975.8 M22h)
3:816: 34th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of Tennessee; Co.G, Franklin Co. GA: Asa Benet Duncan, Private, May 12, 1862. No record of discharge or transfer. Enlisted as a private in Co. B, 1st Regt. GA State Troops Dec. 30, 1862. Pension records show he surrendered at Columbus, GA, May 1865. (Born in GA about 1843. Died in Clarke Co. GA in 1929. Buried in Oconee Co.)
4:53: 37th Regiment GA Volunteer Infantry, Army of Tennessee; Co.B, 9th Battalion, Clarke & Madison Cos. GA: Charles B. Duncan, Private, March 4, 1862; transferred to Co.E, 37th Regt. GA Inf., May 6, 1863; captured at Decatur, AL, Oct. 28, 1864; died of consumption at Camp Douglas, IL, April 6, 1865; buried there in Confederate Cemetery.
GA Confederate Soldiers Pensions; Index - Dobson, W.P. to Ellington, Allen J. (FHL film 1,493,057)
MAD: The Pension records themselves are alphabetic within the county. The index is small 3x5 cards preprinted with "Name:" and "Service:" and "Res.:" and "Remarks"; also looked at any Dunan and Dunk.. names listed; cards include witnesses for other confederate soldiers.
Information in FHL Catalog: Confederate soldiers received pensions for military service beginning in 1879; law changed 1891 to include widows; cards in this record for the witnesses of these soldiers & widows attesting to service of each soldier; alphabetical by name of pensioner, included on card are notations concerning county of residence, unit designation, and husband's name in the case of widow cards.
John C. Duncan, 16th GA Bn, application by Mrs. Jane M. Duncan, widow, Clarke Co. GA
Jane M. Duncan, widow of John C. Duncan, 16th GA Bn, application in Clarke Co. GA
A.B. Duncan, Co.B, 1st GA State Troops, res. Oconee Co. GA
A.B. Duncan, 1st GA State line, witness for J.E. Bond in Madison Co. GA.
A.B. Duncan, Co.G, 34th GA, witness for Jesse Dooly, Oconee Co. GA
A.B. Duncan, Co.G, 34th GA, witness for Mrs. Mary Edwards, Franklin Co. GA
Certificate of Death, Georgia Department of Public Health, for William Washington Duncan (copy from Bobbi Keenan 7/2004)
Death Certificate #24824, Registered No. 318
Place of death: Clarke Co.; Militia District: Princeton, 1467; State of Georgia; City or Town: Athens, Ga; Street & Number: RFD, Princeton Road.
William Washington Duncan, residence of Athens, Princeton Rd., Ga.
Male, white, widowed, born October 13, 1849, age 88, retired, born Henry County, Georgia; Father Riley Duncan born Georgia; Mother Miss Ford born Georgia; Informant Mrs. C?. J. Williamson, Athens, Ga.
Burial: Princeton Cemetery, Athens, Georgia, 10/18/37. Undertaker: McCarican? Funeral House, Athens, Ga.
Date of death: October 15, 1937, 8:45 pm, (cause of death omitted here).
The Mars Hill Baptist Church Cemetery, near Watkinsville, Oconee Co. GA (then Clarke Co. GA) (from Harold Hopkins 6/1995)
Nancy Duncan, wife of John J. Ellis, 15 Feb. 1827 - 3 Jan. 1891
(MAD: not identified on census)
1850 Hall Co. GA, p.341, John Ellis 50, C. 40 SC, children
1850 Spartanburg Co. SC p.247, John Ellis 19 SC, Elizabeth 25 SC
(MAD: see Spartanburg Co. SC 1852 deeds CC-621, 622, 623, and DD-39, 40 and 41, Wiley D. Wood to James Duncan, James M. Duncan, and John J. Ellis, and mortgages from them to Wood.)
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