Duncan research files of
1860 Pickens Co. GA Census
No Duncan indexed
1870 Pickens Co. GA Census
Pg.5, #73-73, DUNCAN, G.B. (m) 24 GA (white) farmer $0-$150
Meekey (f) 24 GA keeping house
Thomas 5, John 1 GA
WHITNEY, Margaret 16 GA (white) housekeeper
(MAD: Green Duncan in 1880 Cherokee Co. GA census; Williamson Green Berry Duncan, from biography #361 by Ruth Pace, in 1979 "History of Grayson Co. TX"; W.G. Duncan age 13 in 1860 Cherokee Co. GA census)
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.
J.V.B. Duncan, Co.A, SC Arty, application by Mrs. M.L. Duncan, widow, Pickens Co. GA
Mrs. M.L. Duncan, widow of J.V.B. Duncan, Co.A, SC Arty, application Pickens Co. GA
G.B. Duncan, Co.A, Rusk's Legion, application in Cherokee Co. GA
G.B. Duncan, Co.A, Rusk's Legion, application in Gordon Co. GA
W.R. Duncan, Co.G, 52nd GA, witness for Mrs. Lurana Garrett, Pickens Co. GA (MAD: see also Union Co. GA)
AL Confederate Service Records, 1861-1865, cards in AL State Archives; Driver to Elich (FHL film 1,462,918)
MAD: most items were small typed cards, 3x5; some items were very blurred in the filming and were double images and hard to read. Cards had name and rank in upper left corner, service unit usually in upper right corner, notation if Home Guard, details from source were given in center of card, and the "Authority" as the last line on the card. The service record from the Historical Record Roll frequently listed several engagements he served in, dates wounded, absent, present, etc., and I usually did not copy all the details.
Duncan, Jacob, Private, Co.E, 41st GA Regt. Enlisted at LaGrange, Troup Co. GA, March 4, 1862, and served until he was paroled at the close of the war about April 16, 1865, at Greensboro, NC. Born Nov. 13, 1844, Troup Co. GA. Address 1921: Langdale [Chambers Co.], AL. Authority: 1921 Census of Confederate Soldiers.
Duncan, Jake, Pension 25554, Private Co.E, 41st of GA, Enlisted March 4, 1862, at Talmage [Pickens Co.], GA, died March 10, 1865, wounded at Dalton, GA; witness E.F. Sanier, L.M. Harris.
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