Duncan research files of
THOMAS C. DUNCAN, War of 1812 Service Record, Gerrard Co. KY (copy of file from Dorothy Furgason 10/1988 with permission to share)
Inscribed on rolls of Louisville at $8 per month on 11 April 1861; KY #9702
Affidavit of William R. Letcher 30 Nov. 1852; was in same 13th Regiment with Thomas Duncan. Letcher said that Thomas Duncan was soldier of the 13th Reg. of KY Militia commanded by Col. William Dudley; Company of Capt. John Yates.
Thomas C. Duncan's application for pension: State of KY Garrard Co. 23 November 1850 appeared before James H. Letcher, Justice of the Peace, Thomas Duncan aged 69 years a resident of Garrard Co. in the state of KY who being duly sworn according to the law doth make the following declaration in order to obtain the benefit of the Act of Congress now in force in relation to pensions viz; He is the identical Thomas Duncan who was a private in the Company commanded by Capt. John Yantis in the 13th Regiment of KY Volunteers Militia commanded by Col. William Dudley in the War with Great Britain declared by the United States on 18 June 1812. That he volunteered at Lancaster, Garrard Co. KY, on or about 15 March 1813 for term of 6 months and continued in actual service and captivity in said war for more than 5 month. He was in Dudley's defeat and did his duty faithfully during the battle and was taken prisoner in said battle on 5 May 1813. He was afterwards liberated from captivity among the Indians. He was ordered by the officers in command to return to Garrard Co. KY which he did and was then honorably discharged in said county by reason of the expiriation of his said term of service. His discharge is now on file in the Office of the Commissioner of Pensions at Washington City - The muster rolls of said company will show his said service.
He states further that a few days before the battle in which the troops under Col. Dudley were defeated as above stated he was in charge of pack horses packing the camp equippage of the army and while thus engaged and without his fault the horses under his charge took fright and he was entangled in the ropes with which the horses were tied and the horses dragged him by the legs over a cliff about 12 feet high. After he and the horses fell over the cliff the horses kicked him several times forcing him against a tree by which means and force he was ruptured in both groins. He was at first not totally disabled from service though dangerously injured. The said rupture has grown worse insomuch that he is totally disabled from achieving a livelihood or support by manual labor or otherwise. Capt. John Yantis is dead. William Anderson and James Henderson the first and second lieutenants of said Company are dead. He refers to the affidavit of Dr. Wm. Letcher sergents mate of said Regiment as part hereof.
He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or authority except the present and declares that his name is not on the pension roll of the agency of any state. /s/ Thomas (X) Duncan. Wit: Allan A. Burton, Wm. Higginbotham. Sworn and subscribed 23 Nov. 1850, James H. Letcher, JP
Statement by Jennings Price, surgeon, and Lyon B. Hudson, surgeon; 23 Nov. 1850, that Thomas Duncan who was a private in Capt. John Yantis company in the 13th Regt. KY Volunteer Militia in the war with Great Britain declared by US 18 June 1812 as above stated by him is totally disabled from earning a livelihood or support by manual labor by reason of a wound inflicted on him while he was actually in the service aforesaid and in the line of his duty as appears to us by satisfactory evidence viz, by satisfactory evidence and accurate examination it appears that in the last of April or first of May 1813, the said Thomas Duncan being engaged in arranging pack horses packing the camp equipage belonging to the said 13th Regt. of KY Volunteer Militia ... the horses took fright and threw said Duncan over a cliff about 12 feet high when he was kicked by horses and ruptured and thereby being made the subject of hernia or rupture in both sides and is quite a bad case. His disease is permanent. Said Duncan is in our opinion incapacitated in consequence of said rupture for military duty or to earn a livelihood or support by manual labor.
State of KY, Madison Co. 11 April 1861; Statement of William R. Letcher Sergons Mate to the 13th regiment of the KY Militia resident of Madison Co. who being first duly sworn according to law on his oath alleges he is the identical William R. Letcher who was Sergants mate in said regiment in the war with Great Briton declared by the United States on the 18 day of June 1812.
Further states in addition to a former affadavit that Thomas C. Duncan of said regiment was ruptured from a fall from a horse and in the line of his duty and that the rupture was reduced and the controls of the bowels returned and he enabled in a short time to resume his duty as a soldier. Have seen and examined Duncan since, I think about eight years ago and find that the rupture or hernia has returned to an extent wholly disqualifying him from labor he is now 81 years old and it is 48 years since he received the injury, and I have no doubt but this present inability is owing to the injury he first sustained. I have no interest in said claim. W.R. Letcher. Madison Co. KY certification by J.W. Bommar, JP, for above statement.
State of KY Garrard County; Statement 1 January 1855 by Peter Woolledge aged 75 years and a resident of Garrard Co. KY, a reputable and credible person and of deposing mind and memory, the identical Peter Woolledge who was a soldier of the United States in the War declared by the United States against Great Britain on the 18th day of June 1812. That he entered the said service in the County of Garrard and State of KY in the winter of 1813 under Captain John Yantis who was under Col. William Dudley who commanded the Kentucky troops. That he well knew Thomas C. Duncan of Garrard Co. KY who was a member of the same company with deponent Woolledge - that the company and deponent and the said Duncan in it marched to Fort Meigs and was in Col. Dudley's defeat in May 1813 and a few days before Dudleys defeat the said Thomas C. Duncan got ruptured badly and he knows the said Thomas C. Duncan incurred ... said disease while he was ... in the military service of the United States at the time and place aforesaid and while in the line of his duty. He knows that the said Thomas C. Duncan was at the date of his discharge laboring under the aforesaid disease complained of. Deponent was present when the said Duncan was discharged on the lake at the mouth of Huron river in August or September 1813 which was an honorable one and knows the said Duncan incurred the disease complained of while he was in the military service of the United States and in the line of his duty and a solder at the time and place aforesaid from which he has never recovered to the present time. He has well known the said Duncan since the said war to the present date and that he has ever been a sober honest? discreet man and now resides in Garrard Co. KY and is now wholly unable to make a support from manual labor in consequence of the rupture aforesaid and that he is the identical Thos. C. Duncan who has heretofore made application from Garrard Co. KY under the law of the United States due on account of the disease? aforesaid. He notes that he is in nowise interested in the applicaton of said Duncan for a pension. /s/ Peter Woolledge. Affidavit of James Patterson, JP, Lancaster, KY, Jany 1, 1855. That he was acquainted with Peter Wooledge.
Indian Wars Pension Record, Delilah Duncan, widow of Thomas Duncan (Researched and transcribed by Garland D. Vinyard, posted with his permission, his comments)
"INDIAN WAR PENSION. ACT OF JULY 27, 1892. DECLARATION OF WIDOW. Deliah [sic] Duncan WIDOW OF Thomas Duncan Pri. Co., Ill Mt'd Regiment, Enlisted 1st May 1832, Discharged 15th Aug. 1832. (Register stamped Sep 14 1892 RECEIVED) Filed by Jasper Partridge, Cami Ill. No dup. F.F.R. 10-19-92 - INDIAN WARS. Claim of Widow for Service Pension Under Act of July 27, 1892.
State of Illinois, County of Saline, SS: ON THIS 5 day of Sept., A.D. one thousand eight hundred and ninety two personally appeared before me, a Notary Public within and for the County and State aforesaid, Delilah Duncan aged 75 years, a resident of Mitchellsville in the State of Ill., who, being duly sworn according to law, declares that she is the widow of Thomas Duncan, deceased, who was the identical person who served under the name of Thomas Duncan, as a private in the Company commanded by Captain David B. Russell, in the _ Regiment of Ill Mounted Vols., commanded by _, in the Black War [sic]; that her said husband enlisted at Equity Ill., on or about the 1st day of May, A.D. 1832, for the term of Three Months, and was discharged at Rock Island, on the 15 day of August, A.D. 1832, that he also served in . That at the time of entering the service claimed for, her said husband was 18 years of age, 5 feet 9 inches in height, with light blue eyes, dark hair, light complexion, by occupation a Farmer, and that he was born at County of Garret [sic], State of Kentucky. That after leaving the service he resided at Equality Ill, 14 years, at Mitchellsville Ill. up, w' his death years. That she was married to him on the 12 day of March, A. D. 1837 at My Father's house, by David J. Blackman, a Justice of the Peace under the name of Deliah Wombel; that he had not been previously married. That she had not been previously married. That her said husband died at Mitchellsville, Ill., on the 4 day of January A.D. 1891; that she has not since remarried. That she has not heretofore made application for pension . That she is a citizen of the United States, and makes this application for the purpose of obtaining a pension under the provisions of the act approved July 27, 1892; and hereby appoints Joseph Partridge of Cami, Ill, her true and lawful attorney. That her post-office address is No. Mitchellsville, County of Saline, State of Illinois. Deliah her X mark Duncan. ATTEST: J.H. Duncan, D.F. Bybee.}. Also personally appeared J.H. Duncan, aged 48 years, residing at Mitchellsville, Ill and D.P. Bybee aged 21 years, residing in Mitchellsville, Illinois persons whom I certify to be respectable and entitled to credit, and who, being by me duly sworn, say that they have known the said Deliah Duncan for 40 years and 10 years, respectively; that they were present saw her make her mark to the following declaration; that they have every reason to believe, and do believe, from the appearance of said claimant and from their personal acquaintance with her, that she is the identical person she presents herself to be; and they further say that they are fully satisfied that she is the person who was the wife of the identical Thomas Duncan who rendered the service alleged in the above application (in the company of Captain Russell, in the regiment of _ in the Black Hawk War). J.H. Duncan, D.R. Bybee. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5 day of Sept, A.D. 1892; and I hereby certify that the contents of the above declaration, etc., were read and explained to the applicant and witnesses before swearing, including the word _, added, and the word _, erased; and that I have no interest, direct or indirect, in the prosecution of this claim. S.D. Golden, Notary Public. Stamped Pension Office, U S, Sep 13, 1892."
1. "GENERAL AFFIDAVIT, FILED BY JASPER PARTRIDGE, Attorney at Law, CARMI ILLINOIS. Stamped Pension Office U S Apr 4 1893 - State of Illinois, Saline County} SS. Personally appeared before me, a Notary Public in and for said County, Delila Duncan whom I certify to be respectable and entitled to credit, and who, being by me first duly sworn according to law, do depose and say that she is applicant for pension claim #1,027 as widow of Thomas Duncan who was soldier in Capt. Russells Co. Black Hawk War that she and the soldier were married in Gallatin Co. Ill., on the 12th March 1837 and that she is unable to obtain a record of the marriage for the reason that the Clerk of the County Court of Gallatin Co. Ill. informs her that there is no Public record in said Co. of their marriage., She furthur states that Alfred Rose and Henry Rose were present at her weding [sic] and to the best of her knowledge are still living and that they live in Hardin County Illinois near Elizabethtown. She says that the Clerk of gallatin County wrote her that the (sic) her marriage was not on record in his office. She says the clerk never stated whether the record had been destroyed by fire or not. . Two witnesses required when mark is made. T.J. Duncan. T.J. Duncan } Delila her X mark Duncan. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 29 day of March A.D., 1893, and I hereby certify that I have no interest nor concern in the prosecution of said claim, and that I read the foregoing to deponent and that he subscribed and swore to the same with a full knowledge of its contents. John W. Hutchison, Notary Public"
"GENERAL AFFIDAVIT, FILED BY JASPER PARTRIDGE, Attorney at Law, CARMI ILLINOIS. Stamped OLD WAR & NAVY APR 6 1893 FILES U.R. P.B. - State of Illinois, Saline County} S.S. Personally appeared before me, a Notary Public in and for said County, Caroline Bullington whom I certify to be respectable and entitled to credit, and who, being by me first duly sworn according to law, do depose and say that her age is 68 years that her P.O. address is Mitchellsville Ill that she was a neighbor of and well acquainted with Thos. Duncan who was a soldier in Capt. David D. Russells Co., Ill, Mounted Vols,, Black Hawk war, and is acquainted with Mrs. Delilah Duncan widow of said soldier. Affiants state furthur that said soldier and said Delilah were married in Gallatin Co. Ill 12th March 1837. Affiant was present and saw them married, was well acquainted with them prior to their marriage, and affiant also state that neither soldier nor claimant had been previously married and that claimant has not married since soldiers death so far as she know or believe, and that her acquaintance with her is such that she is satisfied that she would have known it if she had again married, and she further states that her knowledge of the above facts is obtained from the following, viz: is by being present when Thomas Duncan and Delilia Duncan were married and that he ha (sic) no interest nor concern in the prosecution of this claim Directly nor indirectly. Two witnesses required when mark is made. Jefferson Bybee, Thomas J. Duncan. Caroline her X mark Bullington. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day of February A. D., 1893, and I hereby certify that I have no interest nor concern in the prosecution of said claim, and that I read the foregoing to deponent and that she subscribed and swore to the same with a full knowledge of its contents. John N. Hutchison, Notary Public."
"GENERAL AFFIDAVIT, FILED BY JASPER PARTRIDGE, Attorney at Law, CARMI ILLINOIS. - Stamped PENSION OFFICE U S APR 4 1893, State of Illinois, Saline County} SS. Personally appeared before me, a Notary Public in and for said County, Caroline Bullington and Jefferson Bybee whom I certify to be respectable and entitled to credit, and who, being by me first duly sworn according to law, do depose and say that their aged 68 years and 27 years, that their P. O. address is Mitchellsville, Ill that they well knew Thomas Duncan deceased who was a soldier in Capt. Russells Co. Ill, Mt'd Vols. Black Hawk War, that said soldier died in Saline County, Ill, on the 4th day Jan, 1891. Affiants are also well acquainted with Mrs. Delilah Duncan, widow of said soldier and that she has not again married since the soldiers death: Affiants can fix the date of the soldiers death from being close neighbors and waiting on him in his sickness and they further say that their knowledge of the above facts is obtained from the following, viz: by living close by and being together more or less for several years and that they have no interest nor concern in the prosecution of this claim Directly nor Indirectly. Two witnesses required when mark is made. Jefferson Bybee, Thomas J. Duncan. Caroline her X mark Bullington, Jefferson his X mark Bybee. Sworn to and subcribed before me this 14 day of February A. D., 1893, and I certify that I have no interest nor concern in the prosecution of said claim, and that I read the foregoing to deponent and that they subscribed and swore to the same with a full knowledge of its contents. John N. Hutchison, Notary Public."
"No. 1027, B.L. No. 63991-12055, Widow's Service Pension, INDIAN WARS, Act of July 27, 1892. Deliah Duncan, Mitchelsville (sic) Saline Co. Ill. WIDOW of Thomas Duncan Pvt. Capt. D.B. Russell's Co., Ill M'td Vols. Black Hawk. Died Jan. 4, 1891, Age 75. D.W. Inst. Requested of #22.786 No. O. W. Wid. Invalids claim on file J.I. Mercer. Received Sept. 13, 1892 Jasper Patridge Carmi Ill. Attorney. Stamped OF REVIEW Jun 21 1893. Dec. 28/92 Atty. fn. Ed. Of death, mar. and prior mar. Apr 20/93 Atty for correct name. June 3/93 2 and for service."
"INDIAN WAR, PENSIONER DROPPED, U.S. Pension Agency, (stamped Pension Office, U S AUG 18, 1899) Chicago, Ills Aug 15, 1899. Certificate No. 1341 Class Widow Pensioner Delilah Duncan Soldier Thomas Service Capt. Russell's Ills Mt'd Vols. Hon. Commissioner of Pensions: SIR, I have the honor to report that the above-named pensioner who was last paid at $8, to 4 Jany, 1899 has been dropped because of death. Date Jany, 27, 1899. Very respectfully, J. Merriam, Pension Agent. Stamped Finance Division BUREAU OF PENSIONS NOV 1 1899."
"Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kentucky" (Union Soldiers), 1861-1866, Vol.I (from John A. Duncan 1995, and FHL film 1,463,599 for Regiment organization)
Page, Company, Name, Rank, Date enrolled, When and where mustered in, period, when and where mustered out, remarks. Separate groups for Discharged, Transferred, Died, Deserted.
Pg.28, Roll of Co. H, First KY Volunteer Cavalry, organized at Camp Dick Robinson, [Garrard Co.] KY: Samuel Duncan, 1st Lt., enrolled Oct. 14, 1861, mustered in Feb. 1, 1864 at Lexington, [Fayette Co.] KY, for 3 years; promoted from private to 1st Lt. Dec. 27th, 1863; transferred to 1st KY Veteran Cavalry.
Pg.30, Company H, 1st KY Volunteer Cavalry, organized at Camp Dick Robinson, [Garrard Co.] KY: George Duncan, Private, enr. Oct. 14, 1861, mustered in Oct. 28, 1861, at Camp Dick Robinson, for 3 years; Died Jan. 28th, 1862, from Pg.30, Company H, 1st KY Volunteer Cavalry, organized at Camp Dick Robinson, [Garrard Co.] KY: George Duncan, Private, enr. Oct. 14, 1861, mustered in Oct. 28, 1861, at Camp Dick Robinson, for 3 years; Died Jan. 28th, 1862, from wounds received in battle of Mill Springs, KY.
wounds received in battle of Mill Springs, KY.
Pg.44, Company L, 1st KY Volunteer Cavalry, organized at Camp Dick Robinson, [Garrard Co.] KY: John Dungan, Private, enr. Aug. 26, 1863; mustered in Sept. 20, 1863, at Knoxville, [Knox Co.] TN, for 3 years; Time unexpired.
Pg.423, Company A, 1st KY Veteran Volunteer Cavalry, transferred from 1st KY Volunteer Cavalry (MAD: Camp Dick Robinson, [Garrard Co.] KY): Samuel Duncan, 1st Lt., enr. Oct. 14, 1861; mustered in Feb. 2, 1864 at Marysville, [Blount Co.] TN, for 3 years; mustered out Sept. 30, 1865, at Louisville, KY.
Pg.426, Company C, 1st KY Veteran Volunteer Cavalry, transferred from 1st KY Volunteer Cavalry (MAD: Camp Dick Robinson, [Garrard Co.] KY): John Dungan, Private, enr. Aug. 26, 1863; mustered in Sept. 20, 1863, at Knoxville, [Knox Co.] TN, for 3 years; mustered out Sept. 30, 1865, at Louisville, KY.
Pg.594, Field & Staff of the 3rd KY Infantry, organized at Camp Dick Robinson, [Garrard Co.] KY: Charles Duncan, Musician, enr. Oct. 10, 1861, mustered in Oct. 10, 1861, at Camp Dick Robinson for 3 years; discharged pursuant to General Order No. 91, Adjutant General's Office, series 1861.
Pg.602, Company C, 3rd KY Volunteer Infantry, organized at Camp Dick Robinson, [Garrard Co.] KY: Wm. Dungan, Corporal, enr. Aug. 7, 1861; mustered in Oct. 8, 1861, at Camp Dick Robinson for 3 years; mustered out Oct. 13, 1864, at Louisville, KY.
Pg.660, Company G, 4th KY Volunteer Infantry, organized at Camp Dick Robinson, [Garrard Co.] KY: Lindsey C. Duncan, 1st Lt., enr. July 6, 1865, mustered in July 6, 1865, at Macon, [Bibb Co.] GA, for 3 years; mustered out Aug. 17, 1865, at Macon, GA; Promoted from 2nd Lt. to 1st Lt. July 6, 1865; prisoner of war at Andersonville, GA, from July 30, 1864, to Sept. 19, 1864. (MAD: resided Rockcastle Co. KY per list of officers; 1850 Whitley Co. KY, 1860 Madison Co. KY)
Pg.664, Company G, 4th KY Volunteer Infantry, organized at Camp Dick Robinson, [Garrard Co.] KY: John M.B. Duncan, Private, enr. Aug. 23, 1861; mustered in Oct. 9, 1861, Camp Dick Robinson, for 3 years; died May 11, 1862, on hospital boat between Pittsburg Landing and Cairo.
Pg.757, Company D, 7th KY Volunteer Infantry, organized at Camp Dick Robinson, [Garrard Co.] KY: Jesse Dunkin, Private, enr. Aug. 19, 1861; mustered in Sept. 22, 1861 at Camp Dick Robinson, for 3 years; Died March 4, 1863 at St. Louis, MO.
"Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kentucky" (Union Soldiers), 1861-1866, Vol.II (from John A. Duncan 4/1995 and FHL film 1,463,600, appendix & other pages)
Pg.919, Alphabetical List of Officers. Name, Rank, Regiment, Residence, Remarks. (MAD: semi-alphabetical, not indexed)
Duncan, L.C., 1st Lt., 4th Infantry, Mt. Vernon [Rockcastle Co.] KY, (blank) (MAD: organized at Camp Dick Robinson, Garrard Co. KY)
Duncan, Samuel, 1st Lt., 1st Cavalry, (blank), (blank)
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, Charles, widow Duncan, Lucy J.; Band 3 KY Inf.; 1876 July 21, Invalid Appl. #222851, Cert. #178555; 1905 Jan. 15, Widow Appl. #882943, Cert. #650761, KY. (MAD: 1850 Jessamine Co. KY; mustered in at Camp Dick Robinson, Garrard Co. KY)
Duncan, Mathew; M 1 KY Inf., Unassd. 2 US Inf., H 2 US Cav.; 1901 March 5, Invalid(S) Appl. #1263361, no cert., Ind., no remarks. (MAD: not found, no Company M in 1st KY Infantry, but 1st KY Infantry was organized at Camp Dick Robinson, [Garrard Co.] KY, known as "Wolfords Cavalry")
Duncan, Thomas W.; M 3 KY Inf.; 1901 Sept. 20, Invalid(S) Appl. #1275295, Cert. #1292359, KY; remarks C2370328. (MAD: not found, no Company M in 3rd KY Infantry, but 3rd KY Infantry was organized at Camp Dick Robinson, Garrard Co. KY)
Duncan, William E.; F 4 KY Inf.; 1899 June 1, Invalid(S) Appl. #1228558, Cert. #1222540, KY; remarks C2420270. (MAD: not found, but 4th KY Infantry was organized at Camp Dick Robinson, Garrard Co. KY)
"Diary and History of 2nd TN Cavalry" by P.R. Hancock; CSA Pub. 1887 (from notebooks of Kay D. Hampton now at Platte Co. MO Historical Society)
Capt. James Harvey Duncan, b. March 10, 1817, Pulaski Co. KY, m. (1) 1843 Mrs. Fannie Dawson who d. 1847 s.p.; mar. (2) 1848 Louisa B. Hudson, b. Gerrard Co. KY. They left KY in 1849 and went to Davidson Co. TN. He engaged in Farming and livestock trade. July 1, 1861, he enlisted in Co. D under Genl. Zollicoffer. He d. Oct. 15, 1873, near Sandersville, TN, a member of the Christian Church, buried McLean Graveyard in Sumner Co. TN in 1st District of Wilson Co. TN. He died from overdose of morphine, thought to be quinine. Issue: James McAfee Duncan, Mongola Duncan, Cora Duncan m. Birthright, Eudora Duncan m. Buchanan, Lizzie Duncan d. 1880. (MAD: Kay D. Hampton has as son of Alexander Crockett Duncan; James Harvey Duncan mar. 1st to Fannie Young 3/14/1843 in Garrard Co. KY, bond for marriage to Mrs. Frances Dawson 3/14/1843; mar. 2nd to Louisa Hudson 10/29/1847 Brown Co. OH; 1850 Davidson Co. TN census)
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