Duncan research files of
1820 Delaware Co. IN Census, White River Par. Pg. 25 Robert Duncan 230001 - 31010 (two names) James Duncan 000010 - 00000 John Duncan 100010 - 00010 (next to James) 1830 Delaware Co. IN Census, Liberty Pg.281 William Duncan 1110,001 - 1110,1 1840 Delaware Co. IN Census Pg.306 William Duncan 0211,0001 - 1010,201
1850 Delaware Co. IN Census
Pg.314, #303, William DUNCAN 61 PA farmer $2500
Hannah 54 NJ
Elmira 23, Aaron 22 NJ
William 18, George 18 NJ
(MAD: son of John Duncan & Elizabeth Sunderland of Montgomery Co. OH)
Pg.383, #262, David KITGORE 45 KY atty $40,000
Mary G. 35 OH
ch. 19-9 b. IN
Elizabeth DUNCAN 33 IN
Louisa 2 IN
1860 Delaware Co. IN Census
Pg.728, #631-631, William DUNCAN Sr. 72 PA farmer $5000-$250
Hannah 67 IN
Jefferson P. 17 IN
Frances H. (f) 10 IN
Pg.728, #632-632, William DUNCAN Jr. 28 IN (blank) $2000-$80
Elizabeth E. 22 IN
George M. 2, Hannah Jane 7/12 IN
Pg.730-1, #649-649, Michael DUNCAN 37 IN farmer $6000-$100
Hannah C. 38 PA
Benjamin F. 15, John S. 13
Zachariah T. 10, Mary Louisa 5 IN
George F. 3, Aaron C. 5/12 IN
(MAD: 1850 Randolph Co. IN census; mar. Hannah C. Stifler 11/10/1844; son of William Duncan and Hannah Smith)
1870 Delaware Co. IN Census
Pg.573, #3-3, DUNCAN, Michael 47 IN farmer $16,600-$2970
Hannah C?. 48 PA keeping house
Zachariah 20 IN
Louisa 15 IN
Fremont (m) 13 IN
Aaron 11 IN
Pg.575, #27-27, DUNCAN, William 38 IN farmer $12,120-4,010
Elisabeth 32 IN keeping house
George M. 12, Hannah J. 10 IN
Frances E. (f) 7, William S. 5 IN
Lydia P. 3 IN
Norman S. 4/12 b.Jan. IN
BANG, Andrew 22 IN
DUNCAN, William 81 PA
Pg.575, #31-31, DUNCAN, John S. 23 IN farmer $1760-$700, mar. in Mar.
Julia 22 IN keeping house, mar. in Mar.
Pg.576, #54-54, DUNCAN, Benj. F. 25 IN farmer $4800-$670
Mary 26 IN keeping house
Coria (f) 1 IN
BANEY, John H. 12 IN
(MAD: indexed age 35)
Delaware Co. IN Deed Indexes (SLC 10/6/2011)
Index, grantor, Vol.2, 1829-1851 (FHL film 2,069,231; small fat handwriting)
Duncan?, William to Eli Bebb?, July 16 (blank; 1829?), $20.00?, lots 1,2,7,#?6, total 4 lots, warranty, Smithfield, July 26, 1821, 1-54
Duncan, William to Solomon Stout?, Oct. 3?, $4.25, warranty, lot 6#1?, Smithfield, Oct. 24, 1821, 1-72
Duncan, William et al to Smithfield, warranty, Liberty? T..?, pt SW Sec.24? T20? R11? 1-529; remarks: Sw Plat Bl? for ??
Dunkin, William to Benjamin Garitson??, warranty, Oct. 12, 1832 (1822?), $150, lots 2,3&4 #1 Smithfield, Nov. 15, 1839, 4-420
Dunkin, William to Thomas Leonard??, $20, lot 1#1?, Smithfield, June 18, 1846, 8-263
Dunkin, William to Michael Durbin?, Feb. 10, 1846, $20, adj. Smithfield, NW? 8? SW Sec.24 Twp.20 R18, 4 acres, Apr. 20, 1848, 9-213
Dunkin? - 10-88?, 99?, 89?, 10-115, 10-554
Index, grantee, 1829-1851 (FHL film 2,069,233 item 5)
Duncan, William et al from Town of Smithfield, Nov? 18?, 1820?, Smithfield, Liberty Tpe &c?, S20? Twp.20 Range 11, 1-528; remarks: plat B1 p.85
Duncan?, Samuel, 8-383 (MAD: looked at deed, name was Drennan, not Duncan)
Delaware Co. IN Deeds (SLC 10/6/2011s; spelling varies)
1-54/55: 16 July 1831, Wm. Duncan and wife Hannah of Delaware Co. IN to Eli Babb of Delaware Co. IN, for $20 paid, sell to said Eli Babb all that tract or parcel of land in town of Smithfield, Delaware Co. IN, to wit, Lot No.1 and Lot No.2 block No.4, bounded beg. at NE corner of Lot No.1 on Mainstreet, then to an alley, ...; also Lot No.7 and Lot No.8 Block No.4 beg. at NE corner of Lot No.8 to an alley, ... containing in the whole 4 numbers 200 square rods, warrant title. /s/ William Duncan, Hannah Duncan. Wit. William Williams Junr., John Shanke Junr. William Duncan and wife Hannah appeared 16 July 1831 before William Stanbury, Justice of the Peace. Recorded July 26, 1831. (FHL film 2,069,824 item 2; SLC 10/6/2011)
1-72/73: 9 Oct. 1830, William Duncan and wife Hannah of Delaware Co. IN to Solomon Stout of same, for $4.25 paid, sell to said Solomon Stout all that tract or parcel of land in Delaware Co. on White River, being Lot No.6 Block No.1 in town of Smithfield, with all improvements, etc., and all the estate, etc. of said William Dunkin, with appurtenances, etc., the premises shall remain free of all former and other gifts, Dower Rights, etc., warrant title. /s/ William Dunkin, Hannah Dunkin. Wit. William Williams Junr, Samuel Williams. William Dunkin and wife Hannah appeared 9 Oct. 1830 before William Stanberry, Justice of the Peace. Recorded Oct. 24, 1831. (FHL film 2,069,824 item 2; SLC 10/6/2011)
1-529: Pg.529 contains sketch of lots in Smithfield, showing numbering of lots. D. Stout & W. Duncan Proprietors. David Stout and William Duncan appeared before Dickerson Bart, Dept. Recorder, March 12, 1830. /s/ David Stout, William Duncan. (FHL film 2,069,824 item 2; SLC 10/6/2011)
4-420: 12 Oct. 1838 ("eight" crossed out), William K. Dunkin and wife Hannah of Delaware Co. IN to James Garnitson of same, for $150 paid, sell real estate, lot No.2, 3, and 4 in Block No.1 in Town plat of Smithfield, IN, together with appurtenances etc., warrant title. /s/ William Dunkin, Hannah Dunkin. Wit. Michael Dunkin, Wm. Williams. William Dunkin and wife Hannah appeared 12 Oct. 1838 before William Williams, Justice of the Peace. Recorded Nov. 15, 1839. (FHL film 2,069,826; SLC 10/6/2011)
8-263: 12 Nov. 1840, William Dunkin and wife Hannah of Delaware Co. IN to Thomas Leonard of same, for $20 paid, sell to said Thomas Leonard a lot in town of Smithfield, Delaware Co., Lot No.8, Block No.1, estimated to contain 50 square rods, together with appurtenances etc., warrant title. /s/ William Dunkin, Hannah Dunkin. Wit. Saml. G. Campbell, Elizabeth Campbell. William Dunkin and wife Hannah appeared 3 May 1846 before Jeremiah Jones, Justice of the Peace. Recorded June 18, 1846. (FHL film 2,069,828; SLC 10/6/2011)
9-213: 10 Feb. 1848, William Dunkin for $80 paid by Michael Dunkin, sell to said Michael Dunkin real estate in Delaware Co. IN, a piece of land in the NW corner of E 1/2 of SW 1/4 of Sec.22 in Twp.20 North of Range 11 East, beg. at NE corner of Lot No.1 in Block No.1 in Town of Smithfield, then due north to the north line of said 80, then due west to the NW corner of said 80, then south to the NW corner of Lot No.4 in Block No.1 in said town, then East to the beginning, estimated to contain 4 acres more or less, together with appurtenances etc., warrant title. William Dunkin, and wife Hannah Dunkin who relinquishes her right to dower. /s/ William Dunkin, Hannah Dunkin. Wit. Saml. Humphrie. William Dunkin and wife Hannah appeared 10 Feb. 1848 before Saml. G. Campbell, Justice of the Peace, and Melken Shroyer, Justice of the Peace. Recorded April 21, 1848. (FHL film 2,069,828; SLC 10/6/2011)
9-403: 8 July 1848, Michael Dunkin for $60 paid by John Stiffler sell to said John Stiffler real estate in Delaware Co. IN at the NW corner of E 1/2 of SW 1/4 of Sec.22 in Twp.20 North of Range 11 East, estimated to contain 1 acre more or less, together with appurtenances etc., warrant title, and wife Hannah C. Dunkin relinquishes her right to dower. /s/ Michael Dunkin, Hannah C. Dunkin. Wit. Saml. G. Campbell. Michael Dunkin and Hannah C. Dunkin appeared 8 July 1848 before Saml. G. Campbell, Justice of the Peace. Recorded Sept. 6, 1848. (FHL film 2,069,828; SLC 10/6/2011)
9-485: 9 Nov. 1848, John S. Cecil for $350 paid by Michael Dunkin, sell to said Michael Dunkin real estate in Delaware Co. IN, the E 1/2 SW 1/4 Sec.12 Twp.20 North of Range 11 East estimated to contain 80 acres more or less, together with appurtenances etc., warrant title, and wife Rachel C. Cecil relinquishes her right to dower. /s/ John S. Cecil, Rachel C. Cecil. Wit. Saml. G. Campbell. John S. Cecil and wife Rachel C. Cecil appeared 9 Nov. 1848 before Saml. G. Campbell, Justice of the Peace. Recorded Dec. 16, 1848. (FHL film 2,069,828; SLC 10/6/2011)
10-115: 1 June 1847, Parker Trewitt and Michael Dunkin of Delaware Co. IN to Leander Miller of Delaware Co. IN, for $50 paid, sell to party of 2nd part [Leander Miller] Lot No.1 in Block No.3 in Town plat of Smithfield in Delaware Co. afsd estimated to contain 50 square rods more or less, with all improvements and appurtenances, warrant title, and Eleanor Trewitt wife of Parker Trewitt and Hannah Dunkin wife of Michael Dunkin relinquish their right of dower. /s/ Parker Trewitt, Michael Dunkin, "Eanor Truitt", Hannah Dunkin. Wit. Saml. G. Campbell. Parker Truitt and Michael Dunkin and Eleanor Truitt wife of Parker Truitt and Hannah Dunkin wife of Michael Dunkin appeared before Saml. G. Campbell J.P. Recorded Feb. 27, 1849. (FHL film 2,069,829; SLC 10/6/2011)
10-492/493: 6 July 1849, William Duncan and wife Hannah Duncan for $50 paid by William Lewis, sell to said William Lewis the premises in Delaware Co., a piece of ground adjoining the town plat of Smithfield, beg. at SW corner of Lot No.5 in Block No.4 in town plat of Smithfield, then running due south to the bank of White River, then in eastern direction along the bank of said river to a point due south of SE corner of Lot No.8 in Block No.4, then ..., estimated to contain 1/2 of 1 acre more or less, together with appurtenances, warrant title, and Hannah Duncan wife of said William Duncan relinquishes her right of dower. /s/ William Duncan, Hannah Duncan. Wit. Saml. G. Campbell. William Duncan and wife Hannah appeared 5 June 1849 before Saml. G. Campbell, Justice of the Peace. Recorded Sept. 19, 1849. (FHL film 2,069,829; SLC 10/6/2011)
1881 "History of Delaware County, Indiana : with illustrations and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers" by Thomas B. Helm, pub. by Kingman Bros. (SUTRO microfilm 277 reel 30 book 112, CA State Library, Sutro Branch)
Pg.301, Liberty Township:
Dunkin, F., sec.27, settled 1857, nativity IN, P.O. Salem, farmer
Duncan, Wm. Sr., sec.22, settled 1829, nativity PA, P.O. Salem, farmer
Duncan, Wm. Jr., sec.22, settled 1832, nativity IN, P.O. Salem, farmer
1887 "Atlas of Delaware County, Indiana" by B.N. Griffing (FHL film 908,083 item 3 and FHL book Q977.265 E79; IN State Library book 912.772 D343a, from C.T. Duncan 12/2007)
Pg.24: List of Patrons, Liberty Twp: Dunkin, William; P.O. Selma; farmer; nativity (blank); settled in Co. (blank)
Pg.41: Township maps showing Towns and Range. Liberty Township, Towns 20 & 21 North, Range 11 East:
Section 14: Benj. F. Dunkin, 120 acres
Section 22: Town of Smithfield. Wm. Dunkin, 160? acres. John S. Dunkin, 20 acres
Section 26: Michael Dunkin (et al), 85 acres
Section 27: Wm. Dunkin, 30 acres. Michael Dunkin, 178 acres
Section 28: Zach T. Dunkin, 55 acres, 40 acres
"Our county : its history and early settlement by townships : entry of public lands, present owners, reminiscences of pioneer life, etc., with original poems 'History of Delaware County'" (Indiana); by John S. Ellis; pub. Muncie, Ind.: Neely Print. Co., printers, 1898?, 232 pgs. (LH6246, HeritageQuest images 2/2007 & 4/2007; FHL film 496,646 item 4)
Pg.10: Perry township. The first entry of public lands in section 35 was made on June 29, 1830, ... the balance of the section was entered latter (MAD: sic) on, up to August, 1834, ... This section is now owned by M. Dunkin, A.H. Ratcliff, M.A. Murray, E.C. Clark, W.A. Clark, Lewis Keesling, M.A. Murray, E.C. Clark, W.A. Clark, Lewis Keesling and A.C. Duncan.
Pg.28, Liberty Township. Section 14, ... In 1837, purchases were made by ... the section is now divided up and into small parcels and owned by ... W. Dunkin Jr., B.F. Dunkin, and ...
Section 15 ... is now owned by William Hanna, ...
Pg.31, Liberty Township. Section 27 ... is now owned by ... Z.T. Dunkin, M. Dunkin, G.F. Dunkin, A.C. Dunkin, and ...
Present land owners in section 28 are ... Z.T. Dunkin, ...
Pg.10, Perry Township. The first entry of public land in Section 35 was made by Loring Waldo on June 29, 1830, and was 80 acres, being the W 1/2 NE 1/4 of section. The section is now owned by M. Dunkin, A.H. Ratcliff, M.A. Murray, E.C. Clark, W.A. Clark, Lewis Keesling and A.C. Duncan.
Pg.171: Harrison township. Section 5 is owned at present by A. and L. Stephenson, H.B. Trout, J. Burgess, L. Stephenson, W. Duncan, F. Sharp, J.E. Sharp, J.W. McCreery, ... (MAD: and more)
1920 "Military History of Delaware County, Indiana" by A.L. Kerwood (IN State Library book 977.201 D343 KE, no photocopying allowed, extract from C.T. Duncan 11/29/2007)
Pg.323: WILLIAM DUNKIN SR. William Dunkin, Sr, Soldier War of 1812. Born and raised near Dayton, Ohio where he enlisted for two terms of a year each. Served in Dragoons with same horse which he retired to his property near Smithfield, Union County, Indiana. Received no pension but land grants of 80 acres for each term of service.
Wife Hannah Smith, born and raised near Trenton, New Jersey. (CTD: No date of marriage.) Eight children: 5 sons and 3 daughters (CTD: No names). Belonged to Baptist Church near Smithfield where man and wife were buried. They were removed 22 years later and reburied Mt. Tabor graveyard.
(MAD: Dayton, Montgomery Co. OH)
1908 "Commemorative biographical record of prominent and representative men of Indianapolis [Marion Co. IN] and vicinity : containing biographical sketches of business and professional men and of many of the early settled families" pub. by J.H. Beers (FHL book 977.252/I2 D3c and fiche 6101617 (Vol.1) and 6101618 (Vol.2); ? CA State Library, Sutro Branch)
Pg.269-272: DUNKIN. The Dunkin family, some members of which spell their name Duncan, orig. from Scotland, branch herein from old Colonial stock of PA in the Red Stone country. John Dunkin, grandfather of Michael and William Dunkin, of Selma [Delaware Co.], IN, was a farmer who went from PA to OH as a young man; in latter state he married Elizabeth Sunderland, who died July 15, 1843, in Union Co. IN, she the dau. of Peter Sunderland, one of orig. pioneers. The Sunderlands had preceded Dunkins to that section, and when John Dunkin, accompanied by a companion, crossed the mountains with a knapsack on his back, he found them well settled. Dayton, OH, was then a hamlet ... After marriage, John Dunkin settled on Mad river, 3 miles southeast of Dayton [Montgomery Co.], where he cleared a farm and resided until death. He & wife were parents of: William, b. Sept. 22, 1788, died Nov. 22, 1870; John, b. Oct. 21, 1790; Peter, b. June 8, 1792; Michael, b. Jan. 29, 1795, died young; Rachel, b. Jan. 20, 1797, d. Jan. 2, 1860; Benjamin, b. Aug. 20, 1799; Michael, b. Aug. 28, 1801; John b. Sept. 5, 1803; Joshua, b. Sept. 25, 1805; Polly, b. Nov. 22, 1807; and David, b. Sept. 22, 1810, d. Sept. 1, 1881. These names and dates are from the records left by William Dunkin, and copied in the family Bible.
(MAD: William in 1850 Delaware Co. IN census; Peter in 1850 Carroll Co. IN census; Benjamin in 1850 Carroll Co. IN census; Michael (Richard) in 1850 Carroll Co. IN census; John in ?? 1850 Fulton Co. OH census; Joshua in 1850 Carroll Co. IN census; David in 1850 Union Co. IN census; Elizabeth (Sunderland) in 1840 Union Co. IN census)
William Dunkin, b. Sept. 22, 1788, son of John, reared on Mad river in Montgomery Co. OH, there married May 11, 1815, to Hannah Smith, b. in New Jersey, dau. of John Smith who died in that State, the dau. removing to Montgomery Co. OH with friends Joseph Silver and his family. Mr. Dunkin about 1820 removed to IN, settled Union Co. In May 1827 family moved to Delaware Co., there then being 6 children, and settled on farm now occupied by William Dunkin, one of the children; farm purchased from Robert Bronson and from Jacob Jackson. In 1854 built present 2-story house. ... older Dunkins were "Hardshell" Baptists, John Dunkin having been a preacher of that faith in OH. In politics William Duncan was orig. an old-line Whig, later one of original Republicans, voting for Fremont and Lincoln. Served in War of 1812 for 2 years as corporal in an OH regiment, his service being in Canada; stationed at Terre Haute, IN, when battle of Tippecanoe was fought. Regiment recruited at Dayton, OH. Mr. Dunkin died Nov. 22, 1870, aged 82; his wife died Feb. 1870. Their children were: John S., b. Feb. 10, 1816, in Union Co. IN; Louisa, b. May 18, 1818; Elizabeth, b. May 31, 1820; Michael, b. Feb. 25, 1822; Elmira, b. Sept. 2, 1825; Aaron, b. Feb. 19, 1828; William, b. Feb. 22, 1832; and George, twin of William. The above record was copied from the family Bible, where it is inscribed in the clear handwriting of Edward Henry, an old-time school teacher of Wellsburg, VA, and dated 1849.
WILLIAM DUNKIN, son of William, born on old homestead Feb. 22, 1832, ... age 22 married Elizabeth Ellen Clevenger, b. on edge of Randolph Co. IN May 5, 1838, dau. of Morgan and Rebecca Ann (Conner) Clevenger, Morgan the son of Samuel and Margaret Clevenger. (more on Clevenger family not copied here). Mr. Dunkin ... Methodist, Republican; six children: George Morgan, Hannah Jane, Frances Helen, William Sherman, Lida Pauline, and David J. ... has lived to see each of them grow up ...
MICHAEL DUNKIN, born in Union Co. IN Feb. 25, 1822, age 5 when father moved to this section near 1st May 1827. ... attended school one summer in Union Co. IN, living with his grandmother, Elizabeth Dunkin, after death of her husband John in OH. Four of her sons and Samuel Wilson, who had married her daughter Rachel, had settled there. Michael Dunkin also attended school in Delaware Co. one term, one term in Smithfield, and two terms ... Selma. ... On Nov. 9, 1843, Michael Dunkin married in Liberty Twp. to Hannah Caroline Stiffler, b. Bedford Co. PA March 5, 1823, dau. of John & Elizabeth (Hull) Stiffler (more on Stiffler family not copied here). Campbellite Church 1854, Whig & later Republican. (MAD: 1850 Randolph Co. IN census) Children:
Benjamin Franklin Dunkin, b. Feb. 4, 1845, married Mary Bradfield and has 2 children: Cora (m. Isaac Wingate, farmer of Delaware Co; they have dau. Ethel); and Clay (m. Hattie Williams, 2 children: Helen & Emily).
John Sampson Dunkin, b. Aug. 28, 1846, farmer of Delaware Co., m. Julia DeWitt, has children: Maggie (m. Nebraska Bullock, farmer of Delaware Co., has 3 children: Mark, Ruth & Paul); Mattie (twin of Maggie, m. Charles Dill, farmer of Delaware Co., has child Dorothea); Hattie, Ann, Joshua, Joseph & Jessie.
Zachariah Taylor Dunkin, b. June 18, 1850, m. Maggie Norris and has ch.: Edgar (lives St. Louis, has child Kenneth), Nellie & Kirby.
Hannah Elizabeth Dunkin, b. Nov. 11, 1852, d. age 13 years.
Mary Louisa Dunkin, b. Oct. 7, 1854, m. Charles Carmichael, have 2 children: Carrie (m. V. Smithson) and Myrtle (m. William Kessling, had 3 ch: Elsie, Kenneth & Floy).
John Fremont Dunkin, b. June 28, 1857, farmer of Delaware Co., m. Dora Reece, has ch: Louis, Earl, Grenada and Margaret.
Aaron Clay Dunkin, b. Feb. 15, 185- (sic), m. Jenny Carmody, had 2 ch: Floy and Lois.
William Perry Dunkin, b. Nov. 14, 1848, d. in infancy.
MAD: Montgomery Co. OH Deed Q-384: (blank day and month) 1832, Elizabeth (X) Dunkin widow of John Dunkin of Montgomery Co. OH decd, and William Dunkin (and) Hannah his wife, Peter Dunkin (and) Rebecca (X) his wife, Richard Dunkin (and) Lydia his wife, Benjamin Dunkin (and) Jane his wife, Joshua Dunkin (and) Julian his wife (signed Julia Ann (X) Dunkin), David (X) Dunkin (and) Mary (X) his wife, Samuel Wilson (and) Rachel (X) his wife, and Mary Dunkin, all heirs at law of estate of said John Dunkin decd, to Peter Popence, Elizabeth Popence, Cynthia Ann Popence and James Popence Junr. of County aforesaid, for $2,250, the NW 1/4 Sec.20 Twp.2 Range 6, and 50.4 acres (being) E part of NE 1/4 Sec.26 Range and Twp. aforesaid, between the Miami Rivers, (meets & bounds), containing in all 223.1 acres. Wit. William Langston, John Black, H? Claron?. Union Co. IN certification for Elizabeth Dunkin, William Dunkin and wife Hannah, Richard Dunkin and wife Lydia, Benjamin Dunkin and wife Jane, Joshua Dunkin and wife Julian Ann, David Dunkin and wife Mary, Samuel Wilson and wife Rachel, and Mary Dunkin, 7 June 1832. Carroll Co. IN certification for Peter Duncan (sic) and wife Rebecca, 24 Sept. 1832. (FHL film 966,648)
"A Twentieth century history and biographical record of Crawford County, Kansas" by Home Authors; pub. Chicago: Lewis Pub. Co., 1905, 665 pgs. (LH11782, HeritageQuest images 5/2007; FHL book 978.198 H2t and 978.198 H2t 1976 and film 1,000,035 item 1)
Pg.277-278+: ENOCH FREED, who resides on Sec.24, Osage Township, came to Crawford County in 1880, ... born in Bucks county, Pennsylvania, in March, 1841, ... parents were William and Mary (Grote) Freed, both native Pennsylvanians and of German descent. Both died in Pennsylvania, the father at age 86, the mother at 85. ... Thirteen children ... Enoch is the only resident of Kansas. ... Age of 22 came to Knox County, Illinois, from which county he went to the war ... at the close of the war returned to Illinois and honorably discharged. After the war Mr. Freed returned to Knox county, and on November 10, 1866, was married there to Eliza Jane Glaze, who has been his wife and partner ... for nearly forty years. She was born in Clinton county, Ohio, February 16, 1848, a daughter of James and Phoebe (Duncan) Glaze, natives, respectively, of Brown county and Adams county, Ohio, whence they moved to near Muncie, Delaware county, Indiana, and later to Knox county, Illinois. The mother died in Monmouth, Kansas, at the age of 86, but the father, who was a soldier, now lives ... Monmouth, this county. Mrs. Freed has a brother, William Perry, who was a soldier of the 9th Indiana Cavalry and now lives at Muncie, Indiana, and four sisters: Sarah A. Northam, Mary E. Johnson, Harriet E. Windsor, and Martha F. Price. Daniel H., a brother, died at the age of 50. ...
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