Duncan research files of
1820-1870 Dubois Co. IN Census
No Duncan indexed
Dubois Co. IN Deed Indexes, grantee & grantor, 1839-1864 (FHL film 434,840; SLC 10/6/2011)
Grantee index - no Duncan
Grantor index - no Duncan
"Territorial Papers, Indiana Territory" Vol.VIII (from Evelyn Sigler 6/1982; and CA State University, Sacramento, library)
Pg.317-20: Memorial to Congress by Citizens of the Territory; ordered to lie on the table, November 26, 1814: Settlements in the New purchase made by General Harrison on the Wabash and two forks of White River were made by a few adventurers (footnote indicates this was the area later Clark Co., around White Oak Springs); the petition asks that these settlers be given preference to the lands they have improved. Signed by James Duncan and others, including Elijah Vanlaningham (sic), Jesse Calahan, Isaac Garrot.
Pg.331-5: Memorial to Congress by Citizens of the Territory; read February 1, 1815: Petition similar to that on page 317-320 above. (footnote: some families lived in White Oak Springs [Clark Co.], some in Jackson, Pike, Dubois, and Switzerland Cos.) Signers include Thomas Duncan, Thomas Evans, Saml. Marshall.
1885 "History of Pike & Dubois Cos. IN" by Goodspeed (FHL book 977.23 H2h)
No Duncan in Pike Co.
Pg.533: Civil War, 1863: Co. F, 53rd Regt, Officers include Henry Duncan 1st Lt.; Henry Duncan 2nd Lt., from Dubois Co.
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