Duncan research files of
1830 Pike Co. GA Census Pg.115 Allen Duncan 0123,0001 - 2101,01 (MAD: 1820 Wilkes Co. GA census; ?? one Turner Crawley mar. Rebecca Duncan 10/7/1830) 1840 Pike Co. GA Census 896th District Pg.129 Nazra Duncan 0000,1 - 1000,1 (MAD: Nazareth Duncan mar. Martha Holden 12/21/1837; 1850 Tallapoosa Co. AL census) 130 Williamson B. Duncan 1000,1 - 2000,1 (MAD: 1850 Tallapoosa Co. AL census) Allen Duncan 0101,2000,1 - 1022,001 540th District Pg.135 Winright Duncan 1000,1 - 1000,01 (MAD: Winwrite Duncan mar. Martha Childers 1/14/1835) 551st District Pg.139 Harmon Duncan 2000,1 - 0001 (MAD: Harrison Duncan mar. Mary Reaves 2/24/1837; 1850 Tallapoosa Co. AL census)
1850 Pike Co. GA Census
Pg.125, #44, William S. WADSWORTH 46 NC farmer $500
Amy 49 NC
Thos. A. 18, Archibald 14 NC
Labica E. (f) 18, Sarah J. 11 NC
William 9, John R. 7 NC
(MAD: looking for William Wadsworth mar. Ann Duncan 9/16/1830 Jones Co. GA)
Pg.193, #1000, Winright D. DUNCAN 36 GA farmer $1200
Martha 36 GA
Almira F. (f) 15, James L. 12, Winey S.C. (f) 9 GA
Eppsey A.H. (f) 7, Susanah R. 4, Martha J. 1 GA
(MAD: 1860 Spalding Co. GA census)
Pg.222, #1357, J. DUNKIN (m) 32 GA none $1000
Mary A. 51 GA (ditto for birthplace)
Sarah 12 GA
Mary A. SOWLES 10 GA, Almanda 12 GA
(MAD: James Duncan; Mary Duncan 58 VA & Sallie M. 21 GA in 1860 Spalding Co. GA census)
1860 Pike Co. GA Census
No Duncan indexed
1870 Pike Co. GA Census
Pg.105, #6-6, DUNCAN, George 35 GA (white) cabinet maker $0-$200
Sousan (f) 35 GA keeping house
Clara 7 GA attending school
Bowlin (m) 5 GA
George W. 3 GA
Clayton? (blotted) (m) 2 GA
COSLER, Joseph 21 GA (white) turner
CONNER, Bowlin (m) 60 GA (white) farmer $3000-$0
(MAD: George W. Duncan, wife Susan E., 1860 Catoosa Co. GA census, 1880 Fulton Co. GA census)
Pg.210, #1401-1412, DUNCAN, Benjamin 45 GA BLACK farm laborer $0-$0
Patsy 37 GA BLACK keeping house
Jane 19 GA BLACK farm laborer
Pike Co. GA Record of Wills and estates 1823-1914 (FHL film 325,805)
Vol.A, 1823-1829 - no Duncan
Vol.B - none
Vol.C, 1844-1876 Wills - no Duncan
Vol.D, 1876-1914 Wills - no Duncan
Pike Co. GA Guardian Bonds 1829-1955 (FHL film 325,817)
Bonds 1829-1844 - no Duncan
Bonds 1844-1898 - no Duncan
Pike Co. GA Annual Returns
Returns 1824-1831 - no Duncan (FHL film 325,818)
Returns 1831-1834 - no Duncan (FHL film 325,818)
Returns 1835-1837 - no Duncan (FHL film 325,818)
Vol.E, 1837-1842 (FHL film 325,818)
Indexed Henderson Duncan, pg.163, 267, 268, 269, 270, 414
E-163: Inventory of estate of Nathan Bryant decd, 6 July 1839, returned by W.D. Duncan, Hend?? Shaw, Thomas W. Cauthen.
E-267: Inventory of Hardy H. Holder, late of Pike Co. decd, 12 Aug. 1840, by James P. Mangham, J.C. Holmes, Robert Bull, returned 25 Dec. 1840 by admin. Henderson Duncan. Pg.268-70, sales of property on 13 Aug. 1840 to many people, incl. Nasrey Duncan; submitted by Henderson Duncan, rec. 26 Aug. 1840.
E-414: Return of estate of Hardy H. Holder by Henderson Duncan, admin, from 1 Jan. 1841 to 31 Dec. 1841; Henderson Duncan appeared 1 Jan. 1842.
Vol.EF, 1842-1848 (FHL film 325,819)
Indexed Henderson Duncan, pg.188, 309-10, 417-8, H.H. Holder; Bryant, Duncan, pg.130, 192, 309-10, 417-8
EF-130: Estate of Nathan Bryant, account with Henderson Duncan admin. from 6 May 1832 (1842?) to 31 Dec. 1842, filed 28 April 1843.
EF-188: Estate of Hardy H. Holder, return #3 by Henderson Duncan admin, from 1 Jan. 1843 to 31 Dec., filed 10 Feb. 1844.
EF-192: Estate of Nathan Bryant, return by Henderson Duncan, admin., filed 10 Feb. 1844.
EF-309/10: Estate of Hardy H. Holder, return by Henderson Duncan, admin., filed 14 Feb. 1845; same for Nathan Bryant.
EF-417/18: Estate of Hardy H. Holder, return by Henderson Duncan, admin., filed 17 Jan. 1846; same for Nathan Bryant.
Vol.G, 1848-1851 (FHL film 325,819)
Indexed H. Duncan pg.63-4, 165-6, 408-9; looked at, most not copied
G-165: Estate of Nathan Bryant, Dec. 30, paid William D. King "(distributee)" ..., Dec. 31, paid Allen Duncan "(d.)"; return filed by Henderson Duncan 13 Jan. 1848. Also return on estate of Hardy H. Holder by Henderson Duncan, same date, not copied.
Pike Co. GA Administrators Bonds 1829-1897 (FHL film 325,815)
Bonds 1829-1844 - no index
GA Land Lotteries; Pike Co. GA
Name, lottery year, militia district & county of residence, draw
Duncan, Robert, 1821, of Brooks Dist., Wilkinson Co., drew lot #16 in Sec.9, Monroe Co. (MAD: later Pike Co.)
Duncan, Winright, 1832, of Martins Militia Dist., Pike Co., drew gold lot #195 in Dist.11, Sec.1, Cherokee Purchase (MAD: later Union or Lumpkin Co.)
Duncan, Winwright, 1832, of Martin Militia Dist., Pike Co., drew land lot in Dist.9 Sec.4, Walker Co., granted before 1 Jan. 1838.
GA Surveyor General's Records; land grants (FHL film 519,001)
Cherokee Co. GA land lottery, Sec.4, Dist. 8&9
Dist.9, pg.71: Grant to Winwright Duncan of Martin's Dist., Pike Co., 146 acres in Dist.9, 4th Sec., lot 314, 12 Aug. 1835. (MAD: later Walker or Catoosa Co.)
List of lottery names, 1805-1806 index; 1805 land lottery for Baldwin, Wilkinson & Wayne Cos. GA; incl. partial index (FHL film 194,353; retake on FHL film 519,001)
MAD: Does not seem to be 1805-1806 names; see grant to Winwright Duncan in 1835 of Pike Co. GA. Was looking for Moses Duncan, of Franklin Co., drew prize in 1805 lottery.
Pike Co. GA Deed Indexes 1823-1917
Grantors (FHL film 325,837)
A-320: 14 Oct. 1823, Edmund & Nancy Duncan to Wyatt Hester, #5 - 2D (Lot 5, 2nd Dist), rec. 11 Nov. 1824
B-136: 13 Dec. 1826, Allen Duncan to Nathan Bryant, #204 - 2D; rec. 7 April 1827
B-490: 10 Nov. 1827, Robert Duncan (by? atty) and Geo. M. Duncan by atty to William Merriette, #16 - 9D, rec. 30 Dec. 1829, power of attorney deed; also Power of Attorney 4 Nov. 1827 from Robert Duncan to Geo. M. Duncan, 202-1/2a Lot 16, Dist. 9.
F-310: 4 Feb. 1836, Allen Duncan to Win. D. Duncan, 101-1/4a #101 - 3D (Lot #101, Dist. 3), rec. 22 Feb. 1841
F-311: 4 Feb. 1836, Allen Duncan to William Duncan, 101-1/4a #101 - 3D (Lot #101, Dist.3), rec. 22 Feb. 1841
F-312: 22 May 1837, W.B. Duncan to Thos. H. Harp/Hump, 101-1/4a #101 - 3D, rec. 22 Feb. 1841
F-313: 12 Nov. 1838, W.D. Duncan to Thos. H. Harp, 101-1/4a #101 - 3D, rec. 22 Feb. 1841
F-416: 27 Feb. 1840, W.B. Duncan to Miles G. Jackson, 101-1/4a #233 - 2D, rec. 29 Nov. 1841
F-448: 14 Dec. 1840, Allen Duncan to Benj. M. Mulner, #31 - 7D, rec. 22 Jan. 1842
F-687: 20 Dec. 1841, Allen Duncan to Jas. H. Littlejohn, #124 - 3D, rec. 7 Feb. 1843
G-184: 6 Nov. 1843, Nazareth Duncan to Pinkney Carrider, #130 - 9D, rec. 13 March 1844
G-363: 20 Nov. 1844, Allen Duncan to Jesse Bryant, 101-1/4a #3 - 3D, rec. 18 Aug. 1845
H-551: 31 Oct. 1844, Allen Duncan to Willis J. Milner, 405a #33 - 32 - 7D, rec. 25 Oct. 1849
J-238: 6 May 1850, Winrite D. Duncan to Agnes McLoud, 101-1/4a #3 - 3D, rec. 23 Sept. 1850
K-226: 30 Nov. 1852, Winrite D. Duncan to Daniel S? Pounds, #27 - 3D, rec. 11 June 1853.
Next grantor 1873, Book N, quit
Grantees (FHL film 325,839)
A-523: 10 Feb. 1826, Nathan Bryant to Allen Duncan, 101-1/4a, Lot #204, Dist. 2, rec. 17 April 1826
B-154: 23 Oct. 1826, Catherine Reagan to Allen Duncan, Lot 101, Dist. 3, rec. 12 May 1827
C-276: 20 Dec. 1831, Reubin Wallis to Allen Duncan, lot #124, Dist. 3, rec. 21 March 1832
E-58: 2 Jan. 1836, Sherod H. Herd to Allen Duncan, 101-1/4a, lot 21, Dist. 7, rec. 11 April 1837
E-61: 27 Feb. 1837, Richard Foster to Allen Duncan, 202-1/2a, lot 32, Dist. 7, rec. 11 April 1837
F-676: 19 Sept. 1842, Richard Lewis to Allen Duncan, 101-1/4a, lot 3, Dist. 3, rec. 9 Jan. 1843
G-112: 1 Nov. 1843, B.B. Odom to Nazareth Duncan, 202-1/2a lot 130, Dist. 9, rec. 8 Nov. 1843
J-199: 25 April 1850, Jesse Bryan (by Sher.) to Winrite D. Duncan, (no acres) Lot 3, Dist. 3, rec. 31 Aug. 1850.
Next grantee 1873, not copied
Pike Co. GA Deeds
A-320: Pike Co. GA, 4 Oct. 1823, Edmund Duncan (also signed by Nancy Duncan) of afsd to Wyatt Hester of same, $300, Lot #5 in 2nd Dist. Monroe Co. now Pike Co.; wit. Edmund Duncan Jnor, David Slocumb JP.; rec. 11 Nov. 1824. (FHL film 325,841) (MAD: indexed as 14 Oct., deed dated 4 Oct.)
A-523 (2nd): 10 Feb. 1826, Nathan (X) Bryant of Wilkes Co. GA to Allen Duncan of Pike Co. GA, for consideration of his and his wife Rebecah Bryant's life and other considerations, convey to Allen Duncan an equal half of lot formerly an undivided moiety of 101-1/4 acres in Pike Co. where said Duncan now resides on Bear Creek, lot #204 in 2nd Dist. granted Armistead Branch of Green Co. on 22? Oct. 1825; wit. Benjamin Bryant, William D. King, Marcus Warner? JP; rec. 17 April 1826. (FHL film 325,841)
B-136: 13 Dec. 1826, Allen Duncan of Pike Co. GA to Nathan Bryant of same, for and in consideration of his and his wife Sally Duncans lifetime and other considerations, convey equal half of lot #204 in 2nd Dist. where said Bryant now resides on Bear Creek, granted to Armistead Branch of Green Co. 11 Oct. 1825; wit. William King, Benjamin Bryant; rec. 7 April 1827. (FHL film 325,841; not signed by mark)
B-154: Pike Co. GA, 23 Oct. 1826, Catharine Reagan to Allen Duncan, $700, Lot #101 in 3rd Dist. originally Monroe now Pike Co.; wit. David Williams, Nathan (X) "Bryan"; rec. 12 May 1827. (FHL film 325,841)
B-490: Wilkinson Co. GA, 4 Nov. 1827, Robert Duncan of afsd appoint my son George M. Duncan of said co. my attorney to dispose of lot in 9th Dist. formerly Monroe Co. now Pike Co., 202-1/2 acres, and make a deed; wit. Richard Rivers, Joel Rivers; rec. 30 Dec. 1829. (FHL film 325,841)
B-490 (2nd): Pike Co. GA, 10 Nov. 1827, George M. Duncan, attorney for Robert Duncan, both of Wilkinson Co. GA, to William Merriette of Pike Co. GA, $200, lot #16 in 9th Dist., 202-1/2 acres, formerly Monroe Co. now Pike Co.; wit. William Haley, Louis? Daniel JIC; rec. 30 Dec. 1829. (FHL film 325,841)
C-276: Pike Co. GA, 20 Dec. 1831, Reubin Wallis to Allen Duncan, $150, lot #124 in 3rd Dist. formerly Monroe now Pike Co.; wit. William D. Ring, Ezekiel Gardner; rec. 21 March 1832. (FHL film 325,842)
E-58: Pike Co. GA, 2 Jan. 1836, Sherod H. Herd of afsd to Allen Duncan of same, $150, lot in 7th Dist. formerly Monroe now Pike Co., being N 1/2 lot #31, being 101-1/4 acres; wit. Murdock Shain?, David Casdin; rec. 11 April 1837. (FHL film 325,843)
E-61: Talbert Co. GA, 27 Feb. 1837, Richard Foster of Randolph Co. GA to Allen Duncan of Pike Co. GA, $328.12-1/2, lot #32 of 202-1/2 acres in 7th Dist. originally Monroe now Pike Co.; wit. Isaac M. Edwards, Dickson Cureton JP; rec. 11 April 1837. (FHL film 325,843)
F-310: Pike Co. GA, 4 Feb. 1836, Allen Duncan (X) to Winnrite D. Duncan, both of afsd, $500, 101-1/4 acres in former Monroe now Pike Co., being W 1/2 of lot #101 in 3rd Dist.; wit. L.B. Matthews, Williamson B. Duncan; rec. 22 Feb. 1841. (FHL film 325,843)
F-311: Pike Co. GA, 4 Feb. 1836, Allen Duncan (X) to Williamson Duncan, both of afsd, $400, 101-1/4 acres in former Monroe now Pike Co. GA, being E half of lot #101 in 3rd Dist.; wit. Winnrite D. Duncan, L.B. Matthews; rec. 22 Feb. 1841. (FHL film 325,843)
F-312: 22 May 1837, Williamson B. Duncan to Thomas H. Harup, $400, land adj. lands of Burrel Green, 101-1/4 acres in 3rd Dist. formerly Monroe now Pike Co., Lot #101 (does not say E. half); /s/ W.B. Duncan; wit. Joseph Chipman, Thos. W. Chipman; rec. 22 Feb. 1841; certification 17 Feb. 1841 by Thomas W. Chipman, "Pike Co." erased, another county name written over, not legible. (FHL film 325,843; 1830 census index shows Joseph Chipman in Monroe Co. GA)
F-313: Pike Co. GA, 12 Nov. 1838, Winnrite D. Duncan of afsd to Thomas H. Harp (later called "Harup") of Monroe Co. GA, $500, 101-1/4 acres in Lot #101, W half, in 3rd Dist., formerly Monroe now Pike Co.; wit. Terry Quinn, Williamson B. Duncan, Murd. Shaw JP; rec. 22 Feb. 1841. (FHL film 325,843)
F-416: Pike Co. GA, 27 Feb. 1840, Williamson B. Duncan to Miles G. Jackson, both of afsd, $700, land in 2nd Dist., Lot #233, being E 1/2, 101-1/4 acres; wit. S.M. Bloodworth, Richard A. (X) Gallaway; rec. 29 Nov. 1841. (FHL film 325,843)
F-448: Pike Co. GA, 14 Dec. 1840, Allen (x) Duncan of afsd to Benjamin M. Milner, $350, Lot #31 in 7th Dist. originally Monroe now Pike Co. GA; wit. John Milner, Murd. Shaw JP; rec. 22 Jan. 1842. (FHL film 325,843)
F-676: Pike Co. GA, 19 Sept. 1842, Richard (X) Lewis to Allen Duncan, both of afsd, $216, land in 3rd Dist. originally Monroe now Pike Co., lot #3, being W 1/2, 101-1/4 acres; wit. Henderson Duncan, W.D. Duncan JP; rec. 9 Jan. 1843. (FHL film 325,843)
F-687: Pike Co. GA, 20 Dec. 1841, Allen Duncan (X) of Pike Co. GA to James H. Littlejohn of Jasper Co. GA, $1000, 202-1/2 acre lot #124 in 3rd Dist.; wit. John M. Little, W.D. Duncan JP; rec. 7 Feb. 1843. (FHL film 325,843)
G-112: Pike Co. GA, 1 Nov. 1843, B.B. Odom of afsd to Nazareth Duncan of same, $100, 202-1/2 acre Lot #130 in 9th Dist. adj. lots #131, #127, #129 and #159; wit. Jno. Garett, D.R. Andrews JP; rec. 8 Nov. 1843. (FHL film 325,844)
G-184: Pike Co. GA, 6 Nov. 1843, Nazareth Duncan to Pinkney Carrider (Cariker?), both of co. afsd, $200, Lot #130 of 202-1/2 acres in 9th Dist. originally Monroe now Pike Co.; wit. William B. Holeder, Thos. J. Hartsfield; rec. 13 March 1844. (FHL film 325,844)
G-363: Green Co. GA, 20 Nov. 1844, Allen Duncan (X) to Jesse Bryan, Bryan of co. afsd and Duncan of Pike Co., $216, lot #3 in 3rd Dist., the W 1/2 of 101-1/4 acres; wit. Jas. F. Lawrence, H.H. Lawrence JP; rec. 18 Aug. 1845. (FHL film 325,844)
H-551: Pike Co. GA, 31 Oct. 1844, Allen Duncan (X) of afsd to Willis J. Milner of same, $1200, 405 acres being Lots #33 and #32 in 7th Dist. originally Monroe now Pike Co.; wit. John (X) Wainn?, W.D. Duncan JP; rec. 25 Oct. 1849. (FHL film 325,844)
MAD: Allen Duncan was listed in the Register of Receipts 1834-1844, sale 12/3/1844, receipt #8915, purchaser Allen Duncan res. Pike Co. GA, land in Sec.7 Twp.23 Range 23; MAD: land probably Tallapoosa Co. AL (from pg.62 "Old Montgomery [Co. AL] Land Office Records & Military Warrants, 1834-1869" by Marilyn Davis Barefield; FHL book 976.1 R2bam)
J-199: Pike Co. GA, 2 April 1850; Lawrence P. Alexander, Sheriff of afsd to Winnrite D. Duncan of same; that Littletorn Thornton, late Sheriff, seized W 1/2 lot #3 in 3rd Dist. as property of Jesse Bryan by writ of fieri facias issued by Superior Court of Pike Co. in favor of Sherod Lewis Jr. against said Jesse Bryan, and gave to Murdock Shaw the tenant of Jesse Bryan in possession of said land, written notice of the levy, that the Sheriff's term of office expired before the sale and the present Sheriff sold at public sale on 2 April 1850 to highest bidder, Winnrite D. Duncan, for $76; wit. Wm. W. Arnold, John A. "Cohran" CSC. Next document was order dated 24 Aug. 1849 to the Sheriff to seize the land for a debt of $112.64; also documents accepting a pro-rata share of the $76 in payment of debts; rec. 31 Aug. 1850. (FHL film 325,845; indexed as 25 April 1850, deed dated 2 April 1850)
J-238: Pike Co. GA, 6 May 1850, Winrite D. Duncan to Angus McLowd (later written McLroud, McLeoud), both of afsd, $300, W 1/2 Lot #3 in 3rd Dist., 101-1/4 acres; wit. William McLeoud, Norman (X) McLeoud, Levick V?. Jordan JP; rec. 23 Sept. 1850. (FHL film 325,845; indexed "Agnes McLoud")
K-226: Pike Co. GA, 30 Nov. 1852, Winrite D. Duncan of afsd to Daniel S. Pounds of same, $1200, lot #27 in 3rd Dist. of 202-1/2 acres; wit. Egbert P. Moore, Pelinson? G. Moore JP; rec. 11 June 1853. (FHL film 325,846)
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.L. Duncan, Co.D, 31st GA, application in Pike 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, John T., Sergeant, Co.G, 14th AL Regt. Born in Pike Co. GA. Enlisted by Capt. H. Brooks at Hackneyville [Tallapoosa Co.], AL, on 24 July '61 for the war. Died at Richmond, VA, on 10 June '64. Last paid by Maj. Pierce, Q.M., to include the 31st of Dec. 63 and is entitled to pay therefrom to the 10 June '64 at which time he died from wounds. (more not copied). Authority: Final statement by Jno. A. Terrell, Capt., Petersburg, VA, Dec. 15, '64. Approved by J.K. Elliott, Ast. Agt. for AL.
Duncan, John T., Private (age 21), Co.G, 14th AL Inf. Reg. Enlisted Tallapoosa Co. AL, Sept. 5, 1861. Authority: Muster in roll dated at Camp Johnston, Sept. 5, 1861.
Duncan, John Thomas, Private, Co.G, 14th Regt. AL Vols., Capt. Henry Brooks. Enlisted in Tallapoosa Co. AL, Sept. 5, 1861, age 21. Authority: Original roll dated Sept. 5, 1861, at Camp Johnston.
1914 "History of TX and Texans" by Frank W. Johnson, Vol.1-5 (SUTRO book F386 J66 1914, CA State Library, Sutro Branch)
Vol.4 pg.1857: WILLIAM P. DUNCAN of Lamar Co.; born Talapoosa (sic) Co. AL 1869, son of Admiral Osborn (b. Tallapoosa Co. AL) and Laura Ann (Powell) Duncan, (b. AL). Admiral Osborn Duncan was son of L. Bryant Duncan, b. 1820 GA, to Tallapoosa Co. AL where d. 1904; married Narcissa Carnifax of Talapoosa Co. near Horse Shoe Bend where her parents settled. L. Bryant Duncan had six children: Allen, John, Admiral Osborn Duncan, Wainright R., Isa B. (mar. James Lindsay), Anna (mar. John R. Irvin). The great-grandfather Allen Duncan was one of four brothers, of SC planters: Miles T., Daniel, William P. and Allen; of Scotch ancestry, settled in New England, drifted south following the Revolutionary War. (see Tallapoosa Co. AL for more) (MAD: Allen Duncan in 1820 Wilkes Co. GA census, to Pike Co. GA; Little Bryant Duncan mar. N. Carnifax 10/20/1842 Tallapoosa Co. AL)
"Atlanta Constitution" Atlanta, Georgia, 13 Sep 1891 (from Kathy D. Cawley 10/2006)
HUGH DUNCAN DEAD. HUGH L. DUNCAN, an Atlanta boy, died yesterday morning in Savannah of typhoid fever. This morning his remains will reach the city at 7:10 o'clock and an hour later will be taken to Smyrna, where they will be laid to rest in the old burying ground.
HUGH DUNCAN was just twenty-two years of age and was a bright boy who gave promise of a long and useful life. For years he worked in THE CONSTITUTION office and at the time of his death was engaged on The Savannah Morning News. He leaves an aged mother, MRS. S.E. DUNCAN, who resides at No. 20 Georgia avenue, and three brothers and a sister. His eldest brother, MR. B. DUNCAN, is now connected with THE CONSTITUTION. A delegation from the Atlanta Typographical Union will meet the remains at the union depot this morning. [KDC: 1880 census Atlanta, Fulton Co., Ga.; 1870 census Barnesville, Pike Co., Ga.]
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