Duncan research files of
1830 Hendricks Co. IN Census
No Duncan indexed
1840 Hendricks Co. IN Census (alphabetic)
Pg.14 Arthur Duncan 2100,01 - 2010,01
(MAD: 1830 Clermont Co. OH census)
1850 Hendricks Co. IN Census
Pg.13, #174, Erastus B. DUNCAN 26 KY farmer $400
Margaret 19 IN
William 1 IN
James BANTER 25 KY wagon wright $150
(MAD: Erastus B. Duncan mar. Margaret Boswell 1/19/1847; related to Samuel A. Duncan d. 2/25/1846 age 36y 2m)
Pg.160, #1126, Alvah HOADLEY (m) 50 CT farmer $2000
Aurelia 48 CT
William H. HARRIS 16 IN
Harriet DUNCAN 14 OH
Pg.162, #1167, Hardin DUNCAN 31 KY farmer
Silvia 34 VA
Martha 12, John 11, Henry 9 OH
Mary 7, Nancy 5, Elizabeth 4 OH
Emily 2, Sarah 4/12 OH
(MAD: Hardin Duncan mar. Sylvia Haywood 3/9/1837 Clermont Co. OH; 1840 Darke Co. OH census; 1851 Marion Co. IN; 1860 Marion Co. IN census)
Pg.164, #1187, James DUNCAN 45 KY farmer $300
Lucy 48 VA
Robert 8 OH
Pg.164, #1188, Arthur DUNCAN 38 KY farmer $300
Jamima 37 KY
Mariah 14, Henry 12 OH
Jane 6, Jackson 4 IN
Charles 3, John T. 4/12 IN
(MAD: Arthur Duncon mar. (1st) Florence Davison 11/11/1828 Clermont Co. OH; mar. (2nd) Jemima Ward 3/16/1843)
Pg.168, #1234, Mason MENDENHALL 28 NC phys. $1000
Sarah 20 OH
Evalina M. 6/12 IN
George DUNCAN 18 OH cooper
Rebecca WRIGHT 18 VA
1860 Hendricks Co. IN Census
Pg.701, #129-129, James DUNCAN 55 KY farmer $11400-$220
Lucy 55 VA
Robert 18 OH
Pg.701, #130-130, Arthur DUNCAN 52 KY farmer $2000-$1055
Jemima 48 KY
Andrew J. 14, Charles 12 IN
John T. 10, Benjamin 5 IN
Jane 16 IN
(MAD: will of Arthur Duncan dated 1/18/1890 filed 11/27/1891, recorded in Will Record Book 4, pg.321, and Probate Record Book 16, pg.217, named his wife Mariah and named his 11 children)
Pg.725, #302-302, George DUNCAN 29 OH farmer $60-$475
Elsei (f) 27 NY
Lazena (f) 8 IN
Florence (f) 7 IL
Alonzo 3 IA ("Iowa")
(MAD: 1870 Warren Co. IA census)
Pg.735, #381-381, Jacob BADER 33 SWitzerland (blank) $0-$0
Mary 24 IN
Amy MEDSICKER? 5? (3?) MO
Alpha (m) 5 IN
Alfred DUNCAN 30 OH blacksmith
Martha E. 31 KY
William 8, Charles 5, Henry 2 IN
(MAD: Alfred Duncan mar. Martha Ellen Dinwiddie 10/27/1850; Martha E. & children in 1870 Adams Co. IL census)
Eel River Twp.
Pg.862, #1274-1274, James P. DUNCAN 20 IN farmer $0-$179
Mary E. 19 IN
Ann E. 9/12 IN
(MAD: 1870 Douglas Co. KS census)
1870 Hendricks Co. IN Census
Pg.264, #8-8, DUNCAN, James 60 KY farmer $3300-$600
Lucy 63 VA keeping house
Pg.264, #9-9, DUNCAN, Arthur 59 KY farmer $2000-$400
Jemimah 58 KY keeping house
Charles 22 KY at home
Benjamin 15 IN at home
Pg.264, #10-10, DUNCAN, William 37 OH farmer $2000-$300
Sarah 36 IN keeping house
Hester 14 IN at home
George 10/12 IN b.Aug.
Eel River Twp.
Pg.347, #166-169, DUNCAN, John 22 IN farming $0-$250
Elizabeth 24 IN keeping house
Orel (Ord?) (f) 1 IN at home
Pg.351, #230-233, DUNCAN, James 64 KY farming $7350-$1280
Mary 38 KY keeping house
Katurah (f) 18 IN no occupation
Ruth 10, Benjamin 8, Bell (f) 5 IN at home
Infant (f) 2/12 IN at home b.April
Infant (m) 2/12 IN at home b.April
DEAN, Nancy 18 IN no occupation
DEAN, Lucinda 16 IN no occupation
DEAN, Harriet 14 IN no occupation
DEAN, William 12 IN at home
(MAD: 1860 Putnam Co. IN census)
Pg.352, #246-250, DUNCAN, George 24 IN farming $2000-$520
Nancy 27 IN keeping house
Elmer 2 IN at home
Pg.411, #114-110, BLUE? (BLARE?), Elias 40 OH cattle trader $2100-$1000
Mary 55 OH keeping house
SWISHER? (STISHER), Jeremiah 31 OH works on farm $1050-$0
Laney E. (f) 28 OH keeping house
Leonides? (m) 5 IN at home
James 19 IN work on farm
Cynthia DUNCAN 61 NC keeping house
(MAD: name as written; writing hard to read; Cynthia indexed age 60; 1860 Morgan Co. IN census)
Pg.432, #460-441?, DUNCAN, William 27 IN huckster $1,100-$200
Matilda 20 IN keeping house
Lydia 1 IN
Pg.434, #490-471, DUNCAN, Charles 59 NC farmer $3000-$400
Alonzo (m) 19 IN works on farm
Henry 29 IN works on farm
Manda 21 IN keeping house
(MAD: 1860 Morgan Co. IN census)
Pg.452-453, #268-268, GLADDEN? (SLADDEN?), Alphord 38 OH buying stores? $200-$100
Martha 38 IN keeping house
Lucy 12, Charles 10 IN at home
Otus (m) 8, Osker 5 IN
DUNCAN, Andrew 26 OH carpenter $800-$0
Sarah 29 IN keeping house
1880 Census, Liberty Township, Hendricks County, Indiana (from Kathy D. Cawley 1/2007)
S.D.# 4, E.D.# 142, Page# 604D, Image# 25 of 29
William, w/m, age 40, Head, teamster, IN./N.C./N.C.
Emma, w/f, age 28, Wife, keeping house, IN./KY./KY.
Flora A., w/f, age 10, Daughter, at home, attends school, IN./IN./IN.
John, w/m, age 6, Son, IN./IN./IN.
Horace, w/m, age 5, Son, IN./IN./IN.
Kate, w/f, age 3, Daughter, IN./IN./IN.
Pearl, w/f, age 3/12, March, Daughter, IN./IN./IN.
(KDC: 1870 Clay Co. IN census; 1900 Marion Co. IN census; William E. Duncan married Mary E. Bland, 20 Sept. 1868, Hendricks Co. IN)
Page# 597B, Image 14 of 29
John A., w/m, age 28, Head, teamster, IN./N.C./N.C.
Josephine, w/f, age 22, Wife, IL./GER./GER.
Constance, w/f, age 5, Daughter, IN./IN./IL.
Dennis H., w/m, age 2, Son, IN./IN./IL.
Cynthia, w/f, age 67, Mother, N.C./UNK./UNK.
(KDC: John A. Duncan mar. Josephine Fricker on 6 May 1874 in Hendricks Co. IN, from WPA record, book 8, OS Page 122.)
Hendricks Co. IN Index to Marriage Records 1823-1920, typed by WPA (FHL film 1,266,800)
Blurred; copied to ca 1865
Amanda Jane Duncan to Milton Foreman, Nov. 18, 1868, 7-124
Andrew J. Duncan to Sarah Ann Gandy, Nov. 3, 1869, 7-222
Arthur Duncan to Jemima Ward, March 16, 1843, 2-186?
C. Amanda Duncan to Benjamin T. Zimmerman, Nov. 6, 1864, 6-312
Erastus B. Duncan to Margaret Boswell, Jan. 12?, 1847, 3-184/194?
Henry Duncan to Elisabeth Mallett, Dec. 7, 1849, 4-37 (MAD: 1850 Boone Co. IN census)
John Duncan to Mariah Combs, Oct. 25, 1849, 4-169? (MAD: ?? 1840-1850 Marion Co. IN census ??)
George H. Duncan to Nancy E. Davis, Feb. 23, 1866, 6-430 (MAD: see Putnam Co. IN)
Henry Duncan to Rebecca Snider, Oct. 26, 1865, 6-401?
James Duncan to Amanda Dean, Oct. 6, 1859, 6-354? (MAD: 2nd mar.; mar. 1st Annie Proctor 11/19/1829 Bath Co. KY; 1860 Putnam Co. IN census)
William E. Duncan to Mary E. Bland, Sept. 20, 1868, 7-197/107?
Hendricks Co. IN Will Record (FHL film 1,316,574)
Vol.1, 1822-1846, pg.154: 26 Jan. 1846, will of Samuel A. Duncan of Stilesville; debts be paid as soon as possible out of first moneys that shall come to hands of my executors from any portion of my real estate; that a fair valuation be made by two neighbors of personal estate and a copy given to my executors; personal estate be sold at public auction except wheat flaxseed and feathers and also my beef and pork at Madison; my real estate in Hendricks & Morgan Cos. be rented; to my wife Elizabeth as long as she remain my widow 1/3 of the rents and profits if she elect, else 1/3 of my real estate so long as she remain my widow; to my son Robert when he arrive at age 21 all my real estate and also all money from the sale of my personal property; money be loaned out at interest and interest applied to education of my son Robert until 21; if he dies before age 21 of without issue, then everything be divided equally between my brothers and sisters (unnamed). Appoint George Kreigh and Erastus B. Duncan exec. Wit. David Boswell, Joseph P. Bishop. Proved 2 March 1846.
Vol.2, 1846-1862 - no Duncan
Hendricks Co. IN Probate Records, 1847-1850 (FHL film 488,434; from Charley F. Wilcox 6/1992)
6-21: May 13, 1847, Isaac Wilcox vs. George Kriegh and Erastus Duncan, exors of the estate of Samuel S. Duncan decd, assumpsit #144; comes now the parties by their attorneys and the defendants file their plea of General Issue, and thereupon the plaintiff dismissed his suit and pays now here into court the costs, and has leave to withdraw his papers herein filed.
6-21: May 13, 1847, William A. Duncan vs. George Kriegh and Erastus Duncan, exors of the estate of Samuel S. Duncan decd, assumpsit #144; comes now the plaintiff by Nave his attorney, and files his declaration herein ... and also the bill of particulars, and the defendants come and waive the issuing and service of process and entered there appearance, and by agreement this cause is continued.
(CFW 5/2001: Samuel's farm was put up for auction and sold to the highest bidder; to settle the estate. A short time later Isaac Wilcox bought the farm from the auction bidder and "quit claim" deeded it back to Elizabeth Duncan, Samuel's widow.)
Hendricks Co. IN Probate Order Books (FHL film 488,434)
Book 1, 1825-1835 - no Duncan
Book 2, 1835-1839 - no Duncan
Book 3, 1839-1844 - no Duncan
Book 4, 1844-1847 - Samuel A. Duncan, not copied
Book 4-1/2, 1847-1850
Wm. A. Duncan vs. Kreigh and Duncan, Exors, pg.21, 69
Samuel Duncan, pg.35, 71 & later
Book 5, 1850-1852 - no Duncan
Book 6, 1853-1856 - Erastus B. Duncan, pg.37, 56, 371
Vol. 2 (sic?), 1856-1860 - no Duncan
Hendricks Co. IN Complete Probate Record, Jan. 1853-Oct. 1863 (FHL film 131,646 item 2)
Vol. 1, pg.239 to 272. Estate of Samuel A. Duncan. 7 April 1846, public auction at Samuel A. Duncan store house in the town of Stilesville; inventory also taken in town of Madison, Jefferson Co. IN; 8 May 1848 Elizabeth Duncan elects to take her dower, mentions minor son Robert Duncan; amount due William Duncan by judgement, May term 1848; amount also due William Duncan by note; April 11, 1848, Simon T. Hadley appointed guardian ad litem of Robert Duncan; final settlement April 28, 1853.
IN Original Land Entry, 1822-1851 (from Virginia Anderson 4/1987)
MAD: ? Hendricks Co. IN includes T16N & T17N R2E
Duncan, Robert B., 13 June 1836, W 1/2 NW 1/4 T16N R2E Sec.5, 74a
Duncan, Robert B., 20 June 1836, NE 1/4 SE 1/4 T17N R2E Sec.17, 40a, Marion Co.
Duncan, William, 20 June 1836, W 1/2 SE 1/4 T17N R2E Sec.20, 80a
Duncan, William, 20 June 1836, NE 1/4 NW 1/4 T17N R2E Sec.20, 40a
(MAD: one William Duncan in Black Hawk War 1832 in James P. Drake's Co. Mounted Riflemen (40th Regt.) from Marion Co. IN, to rendevous 6/9/1832, from "The Hoosier Genealogist" Vol.15)
Duncan, John, 26 Dec. 1823, E 1/2 SE 1/4 T17N R2E Sec.29, 80a
Duncan, John, 20 May 1829, W 1/2 SE 1/4 T17N R2E Sec.29, 80a
Duncan, Robert B., 14 June 1836, SW 1/4 SW 1/4 T17N R2E Sec.32, 40a
MAD: Morgan Co.
Duncan, John B., 10 Aug. 1830, E 1/2 NE 1/4 T14N R1E Sec.28, 80a
Duncan, Charles, 5 March 1833, NE 1/4 NW 1/4 T14N R1E Sec.28, 40a
Duncan, William, 7 Dec. 1832, W 1/2 NE 1/4 T14N R2W Sec.27, 80a
Duncan, William, 26 Oct. 1829, W 1/2 SE 1/4 T14N R2W Sec.27, 80a
Hendricks Co. IN Grantor Deed Index (from Virginia Anderson 4/1987)
10-493: Duncan, Robt. to Ballard, James, 9 Sept. 1846, W 1/2 NW 1/4 Sec. 5, T16, R2E, 74.78a
13-396: Duncan, Robt. B. commissioner to Roberts, Isaac, 16 Feb. 1849, W 1/2 SW 1/4 Sec. 17, T16, R2E
14-86: Duncan, Geo. to Cartwright, Wesley, 24 Aug. 1849, SE 1/4 NE 1/4 Sec. 17, T17 R2W, 40a
19-209: Duncan, Geo. W. to Howard, Julia A., March 8, 1853, Part E 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec. 17, T17, R2W, 51.50a
25-503: Duncan, Wm. to Duncan, Arthur, 20 Nov. 1862, Part NW 1/4 Sec. 1, T16, R1E
26-196: Duncan, Geo. W. to Devan, Michael, 7 Jan. 1863, S 1/2 S 1/2 NE 1/4 NE 1/4 Sec. 17, T17, R2W, 9a
Hendricks Co. IN Deed Indexes (FHL film 1,316,532 grantee index 1826-1853; FHL film 1,316,533 grantor)
NOTE: separate deed indexes in Indiana were prepared in 1853 and include only deeds; see each deed book for index to powers of attorney or other documents; did not check each deed book index.
5-266: 31 May 1836, Thomas Harrold to Nancy Duncan, $150, 40 acres.
7-235: 6/14/1839, Robert Davidson to Arthur Duncan, patent, $120
10-290: 2/24/1845, Hiram Bland to Saml. A. Duncan, $775, lot 45 in Stilesville
12-263: 10/14/1848, Wm. B. McDonald to James Duncan, $150, 56a
13-6: 7/7/18--, William Benbow to Erastus B. Duncan, $100, lot 44 in Stilesville
13-599: 19 Sept. 1850, Peter V.H. Cozine to Martin C. Duncan, power of attorney
14-8: 11/11/1850, Anderson W. Johnson to Erastmus Duncan, $300, part lot 49 in Stilesville
14-396: 7/24/1851, And. E. McHaffie to Erastus B. Duncan, $300, lot 50 in Stilesville
14-404: 10/5/1850, Erastmus B. Duncan to William Bland, $400, lot 44 in Stilesville
15-339: 8/9/1851, Erastus B. Duncan to Wyatt Tignor, $300, E. part lot 49 in Stilesville
16-195: 9/18/1852, Erastus B. Duncan et al to John G. Kelly, $700, lot 50 in Stilesville
16-617: 9/21/1853, Sherrille B. Cox to George Duncan, quit claim, 1/6 part S 1/2 NE 1/4 NE 1/4 17-17-2W
16-618: 9/21/1853, Ruth Cartwright to George Duncan, quit claim, 1/3 part S 1/2 NE 1/4 NE 1/4 17-17-2W
16-619: 7/26/1853, Sherrille B. Cox to George Duncan, deed, $400, SE 1/4 NE 1/4 17-17-2W, 40a
16-620: 10/3/1853, Wesley Cartwright to George Duncan, deed, 1/6 part SE 1/4 NE 1/4 NE 1/4 17-17-2W.
Hendricks Co. IN Deeds
5-266: 31 May 1836, Thomas Harrold and wife Sally (X) of Morgan Co. IN to Nancy Duncan of Hendricks Co. IN, $150, 40 acres, beg. center of Sec. 22, Twp 14N, R1W, "all of the above lines varies to suit the sechan" (section). No wit. Rec. May 11, 1837. (FHL film 1,315,909; SLC 1988)
13-599: 19 Sept. 1850, Peter V.H. Cozine of Anderson Co. KY have a legacy coming from my deceased father Garrard Cozine who died in Hendrix Co. IN, appoint Martin C. Duncan of Mercer Co. KY my attorney to receive legacy. Rec. Anderson Co. KY 19 Sept. 1850, Hendricks Co. IN 8 Oct. 1850. (FHL film 1,315,914; SLC 1988)
25-503: 20 Nov. 1862, William Duncan and wife Sarah Jane Duncan (signed Sarah J. Duncan) of Hendricks Co. IN to Arthur Duncan of same, for $110, part of NW 1/4 Sec.1 Twp.16N Range 1E, beg. N of SE corner, then west to James Duncan's line, then north to Arthur Duncan's line, 10 acres. Wit. Cyrus Rogers, surveyor for county. Rec. Feb. 9, 1863. (FHL film 1,315,920 item 3; SLC 6/2009)
Pension Index Card File, alphabetical; of the Veterans Administrative Contact and Administration Services, Admin. Operations Services, 1861-1934; Duff to A-J Duncan (negative FHL film 540,888, some cards very faint); Joseph Duncan to Dunn (positive FHL film 540,889, some cards very dark)
Cataloged under Civil War, 1861-1865, pensions, indexes; does not say if Confederate or Federal, but probably Federal. Negative film, some cards much too faint or dark to read, some cards blurred or faded, particularly the service unit and the dates of application. Most of the very faint or dark cards were in a slightly different format, with space for years enlisted and discharged which were sometimes filled in. Many of these were for service in later years, although one or two were for service ca 1866.
Name of soldier, alias, name of dependent widow or minor, service (military unit or units), date of filing, class (invalid or widow or minor or other), Application #, Certificate #, state from which filed (sometimes blank), attorney (sometimes blank, MAD: did not usually copy), remarks. Sometimes the "Invalid" or "Widow" class had an "s" added to it before the application #; occasionally the area for the service information included a circled "S". The minor's name was frequently that of the guardian rather than the minor.
The military unit was frequently the Company Letter, the Regiment Number, sometimes US Vet Vol Inf. (US Veteran Volunteer Infantry), L.A. (Light Artillery), H.A. (Heavy Artillery), US C Inf (US Colored? Infantry), Cav. (Cavalry), Mil. Guards, V.R.C. (?Volunteer Reserve Corps?), etc. Sometimes there were several service units given.
Cards appear to be arranged by the last name, first name, middle initial if any, and state (including "US") of service.
Duncan, William G., widow Duncan, Matilda; A 33 Ind. Inf.; 1870 July 14, Invalid Appl. #159046, Cert. #203611; 1911 July 20, Widow Appl. #968884, Cert. #730985, Ind. (MAD: 1850 Morgan Co. IN census; see Hendricks Co. IN)
Jasper Co. IL Deed (SLC 2/2009)
Q-475: 13 April 1865, Artha (X his mark) Duncan and wife Jemima (X) of Hendricks Co. IN quit claim to Francis M. Ward of (blank) County in the state of (blank), for $100, real estate, undivided one thirteenth part of NW 1/4 NE 1/4 Sec.24 Twp.8 R9, excepting 3 acres, containing 37 acres more or less, also NE 1/4 NW 1/4 of same last named section, except 3 acres, containing 37 acres, also NE 1/4 SE 1/4 Sec.14 Twp.8 R9, containing 40 acres, containing in all 114 acres more or less. Wit. William H. Davis NP, Hendricks Co. IN. (FHL film 1,311,831)
Morgan Co. IN Deed (FHL film 1,468,448 and from Virginia Anderson)
P-109: Whereas at May term of probate court of Hendricks Co. IN in 1848, George Kreigh and Erastus B. Duncan, exec. of will of Samuel A. Duncan, late of said Co. decd, filed petition against Elizabeth Duncan and Robert Duncan, heirs at law, to order the estate he died owning, to wit, W 1/2 NE 1/4 of Sec. 27, Twp. 14N, Range 2 West, in Morgan Co. be sold subject to right of dower of widow to pay the debts; court ordered sale of the land at auction; at Aug. term of court 1848 George Kreigh filed the report of sale; land sold to the highest bidder William J. Hazlett for $1400, more than the full appraised value; court ordered the sale confirmed; at Feb. term 1850 executors reported the full price had been paid; court appointed Jonathan S. Harvey a commissioner to make the deed; deed to William J. Hazelet, subject to widow's dower ... 18 Feb. 1850; W 1/2 SE 1/4; W 1/2 NE 1/4, Sec. 27, T14, R2W.
Garrard Co. KY Deed (FHL film 183,247)
N-152: 22 Jan. 1839, Cynthia Scott, Sarah W. Duncan, Thomas Bland and wife Elizabeth late Elizabeth Duncan, William Duncan and wife Elzina, Augustine J. Duncan and wife Eliza, Daniel B. Duncan and wife Eleanor, Daniel Adams and wife Nancy late Nancy Duncan, and John Thorp and wife Narcissa late Narcissa Duncan, children and heirs of William Duncan, to Abraham Adams of Garrard Co. KY, $1727, 157 acres on Sugar Creek, corner Brown?, Corner of county, ... /s/ by A.B. Scott, guardian for Nancy Scott, C.H. Scott, and others. John and Narcissa Thorp examined in Hendrick Co. IN.
Go to the Hendricks Co. IN Histories before 1923
Morgan Co. IN information (from Virginia Anderson 2/1987 & 3/1987)
Samuel Duncan and his wife Elizabeth Allred are buried at West Union Monthly Meeting (Friends) in the same cemetery as Nancy Duncan (d. 1845); there is no tombstone but the burials are confirmed by a plat of the cemetery.
The date of death of Charles Duncan is 19 Sept. 1862; neither Morgan nor Hendricks Co. IN has a probate for him. West Union MM is in Morgan Co., but the boundary between the two counties was in dispute for quite a few years.
An Abraham Elliott was received from Marlborough MM, NC, but there is no mention of a wife or children. He is buried at West Union MM.
Polly Duncan Craven and John A. Craven are buried at Center Valley [Hendricks Co. IN]. The church and cemetery there were originally called Friendship Baptist Church.
Elizabeth Allred, wife of Charles Duncan, born 20 April 1769, d. 22 Jan. 1848 Morgan Co. IN, bur. West Union MM, no marker.
Newspaper Index at Plainfield [Hendricks Co.] IN Library (from Virginia Anderson 4/1987 without newspaper names) Newspaper code, pub. date, page-column, Duncan name HCR 7/1/1886 8-2 Mrs. John, d. of cancer; formerly of Clayton HCR 10/27/1887 5-2 Cynthia HCV 9/25/1879 2-3 James HCR 8/27/1885 6-3, 8-3 James HR 10/25/1883 8-5 James HCR 10/30/1884 7-1 Jemima DV 8/12/1875 3-3 William F 7/7/1911 3-6 William G. (Matilda Barnes) F 6/23/1911 5-6 6/21/1843 - 6/17/1911
"The Genealogical Journal" by Randolph Co. (NC) Hist. Society, Vol.3, 1978-1979, pg.36 (from Evelyn Sigler 1985) - and - "Ventura Co. CA Genealogical Society Quarterly" Vol.V#4 1983, pg.13 (FHL book 979.492 D25v)
These periodicals contain the transcription of a letter dated Oct. 20, 1836, State of Indiana, Hendrix County, written by Asenath M. Duncan, to Estemed friend Marthya Patterson, Randolph County, North Carolina. From Manuscript Collection, Perkins Library, Duke University, Durham, N.C. Her letter mentions leaving the old place, all well except "uncle Charley" who is on the mend, mentions "uncle John," wants cousin Samuel Allred to see this letter, she has seen Eli Bray since he returned.
"The History of Hendricks Co. (IN) 1914-1976" by McDowell; a compilation of historical material and biographical profiles written by the people of Hendricks Co." (from Virginia Anderson 4/1987; and FHL film 1,036,715)
This book contains references to Duncans on pg.193-6 (David Hadley Blunk family from Randolph Co. NC), pg.267-268 (James Duncan & Annie Proctor), and pg.558 (Grant Stone family and reference to Emsley Randolph Duncan b.1847)
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