Duncan research files of
Madison Co. KY Deed (FHL film 183,297)
4-125: 7 March 1848, Peter Duncan and wife Mourning of Jefferson Co. KY to Martin Deboe of Madison Co. KY, $822.50, 81-1/4 acres on Kentucky River adj. Carver's ferry road, little Shoal Branch, A. Cosby, Broaddus, Wingfield Crosby; no wit; ack. in Jefferson Co. KY.
Monroe Co. KY Deed (SLC 5/2/2013)
A-238: 16 Jan. 1864, James R. Duncan of Monroe Co. KY sell to John Benedict of Allen Co. KY a lot or parcel of land in village of Jamestown, Monroe Co. KY, corner to 4 trees in original survey now corner to one acre lot sold by Fortune? to J.T. Goodman and now owned by John Benedict, corner to stake in Fortune's original line now owned by Duncan, ... corner to 6 acres lot, for $150 paid, warrant title. /s/ J.R. Duncan, Angelin A. Duncan. James R. Duncan and Angaline A. Duncan his wife ack. deed in Jefferson Co. KY 16 Dec. 1864. Recorded in Monroe Co. KY 4 April 1864. (FHL film 589,599)
Nelson Co. KY Deeds
8-194: 12 Jan. 1785, Charles (X) Duncan & Samuel Duncan to Christopher Cokendolfer, one house and lot in Jefferson Co., Salem Town, where said Samuel Duncan now lives, for £20 VA money. Wit. Benja. Roberts, Young Ewing. Cokendolfer assigned "the within bill of sale" to Austin Hubbard for value recd, 14 June 1794, wit. Michl. Campbell. Affidavit of Dennis Pursell that Charles Duncan settled lot #92 as to 1/2 and John Duncan settled the other half of said 92, and Samuel Duncan settled 1/4 of an acre lot #91 adj. lot 92 1/4 acre, and afterwards Kirkendolf purchased Saml. Duncan's lot and agreed to give up 1/2 of said 1/4 acre lot to the publick square. Pursell also says Samuel, Charles and John Duncan settled the lots under an advertisement published by William Baird as agent for proprietors of preemption whereon Bairdstown or Salem now stands. 9 Feb. 1800. Wit. Walter Harris, Walter Beall. Clerk's certification of bond from Charles Duncan and Samuel Duncan to Christopher Cokendolfer which was assigned to Austin Hubbard. (FHL film 482,738)
19-189: 19 Oct. 1831, Rawleigh Williams (/s/ Rolley) and wife Rosa his wife of Daviess Co. and Elizabeth Coursey of Mississippi, and Robert Duncan (also signed by Jane Duncan) of Daviess Co., Robert Smithers and wife Polly, John Duncan (also signed by Prudence Duncan), Alexander McMakin and Patsy his wife, John Dye and Rebecca his wife, Thomas Huston and Ann his wife, Charles Duncan (also signed by Mahala Duncan), and James Thomas and Margaret his wife of Nelson Co. KY; to Benjamin Duncan of county afsd.; $2,001, all their right as legal heirs of John Duncan decd. to 419 acres in Nelson Co. on Chaplain being part of the land of John Duncan decd., adj. Huston's corner, John Dye's corner. Also /s/ by James W. Tyler and Sarah B. Tyler, she examined in Jefferson Co. KY. Wit. Roamin? Thomas, Richd. K. Calvert. (FHL film 483,133)
19-192: 19 Oct. 1831, Rawleigh Williams (/s/ Rolley) and wife Rosa his wife of Daviess Co. and Elizabeth Coursey of Mississippi, and Robert Duncan (also signed by Jane Duncan) of Daviess Co., Robert Smithers and wife Polly, John Duncan (also signed by Prudence Duncan), Alexander McMakin and Patsy his wife, John Dye and Rebecca his wife, Thomas Huston and Ann his wife, Charles Duncan (also signed by Mahala Duncan), and James Thomas and Margaret his wife of Nelson Co. KY, and James W. Tyler and Sarah B. his wife of Jefferson Co. KY; to John Dye and Charles Duncan as trustee in the will of John Duncan decd. for the benefit of Rebecca and her children, $190.80 paid by John Dye and $309.18 paid by Charles Duncan as trustee for benefit of Rebeckah Dye, 114 acres on Chaplins, being the place known as Wm. Williams place. (FHL film 483,133)
19-195: 19 Oct. 1831, Rawleigh Williams (/s/ Rolley) and wife Rosa his wife of Daviess Co. and Elizabeth Coursey of Mississippi, and Robert Duncan by William Grayham, Robert Smithers and wife Polly, John Duncan (also signed by Prudence Duncan), Alexander McMakin and Patsy his wife, John Dye and Rebecca his wife, Charles Duncan (also signed by Mahala Duncan), and James Thomas and Margaret his wife of Nelson Co. KY, and James W. Tyler and Sarah B. his wife of Jefferson Co. KY; to Thomas Huston of Nelson Co. KY, $900, 100 acres on Chaplain, part of John Duncan's decd. tract. (FHL film 483,133)
Oldham Co. KY Deed
F-483: (blank) 1845, John Duncan and wife Mildred of Jefferson Co. KY to Nathaniel J. Duncan of Hardin Co. KY, for $246 paid, sell tract or parcel of land in Oldham Co. KY on the waters of Harrods Creek, beg. at a stone in Benjamin Coons line and corner to Nathaniel J. Duncan, running thence south with his line N75W90-2/10 poles to a stone corner to Nathaniel J. Duncan on a line of Barnes heirs, then with their line N12E55-5/10 poles to a stone in Elizabeth Jostlars? (Sutlars?) line & corner to James Duncan, then with his line S75E90-2/10 poles to a stone in Barnes line, then with the same S13W55 poles to the beginning, containing 31 acres and 98 poles, it being that portion of the land of Moses Duncan decd. which was assigned to the said John Duncan by commissioners; and also one other lot of land in Oldham Co. KY bounded beg. at a stone in Bernard Duncan's line and corner to Nathaniel J. Duncan, then with his line S134W80 poles to a stone in a line of Ludwell Duncan's heirs, then with their line N75W19 poles to a stone corner to Bernard Duncan, then with his line N134E80 poles to a stone then S75E19 poles to the beginning containing 9-1/2 acres, it being that part of Cynthia Duncan's dower which was assigned to the said John Duncan by commissioners of which possession will be given at the death of said Cynthia Duncan; warrant title, premises remain free & clear of all right and title of dower. In testimony whereof they the said John Duncan and Mildred his wife have hereunto set their hands and affixed their seal on the day and date above written. /s/ John Duncan. John Duncan appeared before William D. Mitchell, Clerk of Oldham Co. KY, 21 May 1848. (FHL film 482,410)
"Vital records of New Haven [Connecticut], 1649-1850" by Order of the Founders and Patriots of America. Connecticut Society, 1917 (Internet Archives 4/5/2010)
Pg.537: New Haven Jany. 18th, 1832. I hereby certify that on the 24th day of September, 1831, I duly solemnized the rite of matrimony between Garnett Duncan Esqr. of Louisville, Ky. & Caroline E. Shipman of New Haven, Ct. John S. Stone Afsociate Rector of Trinity church New Haven. (MAD: Louisville, Jefferson Co. KY)
Clark Co. IN Deeds
1-219: 14 July 1802, Town of Jeffersonville to Henry Duncan of Jefferson Co. KY, $40, Jeffersonville lot 45. (FHL film 1,428,594)
1-312: 14 Aug. 1802, Town of Jeffersonville to Henry Duncan of Jefferson Co. KY, $48, Jeffersonville lot 46 (FHL film 1,428,594)
4-286: 16 May 1808, Henry Duncan and wife Nancy of Louisville, Jefferson Co. KY, to Halsey Tibbals of Warren Co. OH, $65, Jeffersonville lot 45. No wit. (FHL film 1,428,594)
5-437: 15 Aug. 1810, Henry Duncan and wife Nancy of Louisville, Jefferson Co. KY, to Jos. Bowman of Jeffersonville, Clark Co. IN, $75, Jeffersonville lot 46. No wit. (FHL film 1,428,594)
38-425: 28 Oct. 1847, Garnett Duncan and wife Caroline E. of Jefferson Co. KY to Daniel S. Howell (no location), $500 paid 9 Dec. 1840, Port Fulton lots 71 to 75. Wit. Joseph Mayo, Walker Morris. Reg. in Jefferson Co. KY. (FHL film 1,428,614)
39-197: 29 Sept. 1848, Garnett Duncan and wife Caroline E. of Jefferson Co. KY to James Marshall of same, $1, Port Fulton lots 9, 10, 11. Note in margin: "Orig. put in mail directed by request to Honorable Garnett Duncan at Louisville, Ky." Reg. in Jefferson Co. KY. (FHL film 1,428,615)
Clark Co. IN Will (FHL film 1,415,963 item 2; see Clark Co. IN for more)
F-83: Garnett Duncan of Louisville [Jefferson Co.] KY, now in my 72nd year and residing temporarily in France; to my son Blanton ..., and if Col. Geo. Hancock has conveyed to me the section of land in the Denton Colony, TX, I devise it to Blanton, and if not conveyed, I direct Col. Hancock to convey it to him. To my brother Henry in fee all the lands I may own in TX in the leagues granted to Munday T?. Murphy ... under the control of Geo. Lane? Esq. of Marshall, TX. To G.D. Ripley infant son of my cherished friend Ch. Ripley decd ...; my friend Dr. J.B. Flint; Amedee? G. James my little farm on Muldrough's Hill, Hardin Co. KY, conveyed to me by J.P. Duncan; and to his brother Andrew ... To Louise G. James (her); To my aunt S.G. Howell; To Mathe (Mattie?) Grant; To Sarah G. Burnett; To Dr. Thomas G. Duncan; To my cousin Coleman son of Thomas Duncan decd; To Garnett infant son of Isaac W. Duncan; To my three granddaughters Mary, Kate and Georgie. Appoint W.R. Thompson Esq. exec. in the US, and Amedee G. James exec. in Great Britain and France; my son Blanton as trustee for his said three daughters ... /s/ 23 June 1871, Garnett Duncan. Codicil: to my brother Henry; To Peter C. James of AL; To son Blanton Duncan; Appoint brother Henry Duncan instead of W.R. Thompson Esq. /s/ 11 June 1873. Codicil: to my brother Henry a life estate in all my lands in Clark Co. IN; revoke appointment of Ameedee G. James exec and instead appoint Andrew B. James. /s/ 30 Sept. 1873. Codicil: Louise G. James (revoked) and £1000 to Blanton Duncan revoked; to brother Henry Duncan money to pay debts of Blanton Duncan ... appoint Louise G. James executrix for England and France. /s/ 21 April 1875 at Dover, England, on my way to Liverpool to sail for the US. Probated Jefferson Co. KY, City of Louisville, 25 May 1875.
Floyd Co. IN Deeds
D-129/130: 1 Aug. 1829, John Rice and wife Catharine of Floyd Co. IN to William ?Baburn?? and James T. Duncan of Jefferson Co. KY, for $550 paid, sell land with appurtenances in county afsd, being part of NW and SW 1/4 Sec.26 Twp.2S Range 5E, beg. at a stake on the line between Sec.27 and Sec.26, ... containing 16 acres, warrant title. /s/ John Rice, Catharine Rice. Wit. David Sellings, David Collins. John Rice and wife Catharine appeared Aug. 31, 1829, before David Sellings, J.P. Recorded Sept. 2, 1829. (FHL film 1,412,113)
S-340/341: 5 March 1847, James Orr and wife Martha of Jefferson Co. to Garnett Duncan, for $400 paid, being a balance ascertained and agreed upon to be due to said Duncan upon a final settlement this day growing out of monies received by said Orr from the nursery of said Duncan, sell land on the Knobs about 5 or 6 miles from New Albany and in Indiana containing 80 acres, the E 1/2 SE 1/4 Sec.9 Twp.2S Range 6E, patented to Elizabeth St.Lawrence on 24 Nov. 1830 and conveyed by the patentee to David Fyfe on 24 Sept. 1830 Book E pgs.30-31, devised to said Martha by said David Fyfe her father, warrant title. /s/ James Orr, Martha (X) Orr. Wit. to Martha Orr's signature, F.H. White, Notary Public. James Orr and wife Martha Orr appeared before Francis H. White, Notary Public of Jefferson Co. KY, 10 March 1847. Recorded March 16, 1842. (FHL film 1,412,119)
X-11/12: 2 Dec. 1850, Garnett Duncan and wife Caroline E. Duncan of New Orleans, LA, to Francis Banet of Floyd Co. IN, for $450 paid, sell land in Floyd Co. IN, E 1/2 SE 1/4 Sec.9 Twp.2S Range 6E containing 80 acres more or less, warrant title. /s/ Garnett Duncan, Caroline E. Duncan. They appeared before R.M. Kearney, Commissioner, City of New Orleans, LA, 2 Dec. 1850. Recorded Dec. 28, 1850. (FHL film 1,412,121)
Fountain Co. IN Deed (SLC 9/11/2012)
20-370: 9 April 1855, Margaret Dunkin of Jefferson Co. KY for $50 sell to Lewis D. Lyons of Fountain Co. IN all her interest to Lot No.21 in Hollingsworth's addition to Town of Attica, Fountain Co. IN. /s/ Margaret Duncan. She appeared before Joseph Poole, J.P., Fountain Co. IN. Recorded April 8, 1856. (FHL film 1,321,737; MAD: wife of Thomas H. Duncan per 1841 Fountain Co. IN deed 10-428)
Lawrence Co. IN Deed (FHL film 1,317,711)
B-497: 11 May 1829, Hiram Malott and wife Polly (X) of Jefferson Co. KY to William Duncan and wife Mary of Lawrence Co. IN, for love to said William and Polly and $1, ("Polly" in rest of deed; no relationship given) SE 1/4 Sec.3 T5N R1E, being 160 acres. Wit. Eli W. Malott, Malinda Malott.
Randolph Co. MO Deed (FHL film 975,194)
E-234: Concluded 30 May 1844; James Duncan, half brother and heir at law of Hugh Freighner decd, and Sarah Duncan his wife of City of Louisville [Jefferson Co.], KY, to Thomas Pearce of Jefferson Co. KY, $100, the undivided half of SE 1/4 Sec. 23 Twp. 53 N. Range 16 W in Military Dist. of State of MO, which was patented to Hugh Freighner for his services in the army unformably (?) to warrent #15038, he having served in McLeans or Weleans Co. of 8th Reg. of Infantry. Reg. Jefferson Co. KY. James Dunkin written over James Duncan.
Warren Co. MS Deed
L-1: 12 April 1838, George Buchanan, John Hazen Jr. and Edward Whittelsy, merchants and copartners in trade under the name of Buchanan, Hazen & Co., owe (MAD: lots of people), in order to secure the debts, mortgage to Garnett Duncan Esq. of city of Louisville, KY, promissory notes. (FHL film 1,639,870) (MAD: Louisville, Jefferson Co. KY)
Buncombe Co. NC Deed (FHL film 410,554)
20-238: 18 Nov. 1833, Charles Duncan, Jane Duncan and James T. Duncan to John Case, by authority of power of attorney by Charles Duncan and Jannett Duncan his wife of Jefferson Co. KY, 24 Sept. (no year), appoint John Case attorney of said Charles and Jannett Duncan to take into possession and receive any land owned by Lewis Musick in his lifetime and to which the said Jennett (sic) is heir at law and especially land in Buncombe Co. on Reedy Fork, #462 of 100 acres, and another tract #458, and #464 of 220 acres on dividing ridge between Broad & Green Rivers. Wit. Asa Edney.
Henderson Co. NC Deeds
3-167: 10 Oct. 1838, James T. Duncan of Floyd Co. IN agent for heirs of Lewis Musick decd. to John Hill of Rutherford Co. NC, for $405 paid Duncan, deed to Hill 100 acres on the NW side of Reedy Fork on a ridge; wit. Asa Edney, Thomas Maury Jurat; proven by Thomas Maury; reg. 1843. (FHL film 19,145)
3-375: 25 Oct. 1838, James T. Duncan of Floid Co. IN agent for heirs of Lewis Musick decd to Bird Laughter, $100, 100 acres on N.side Lewis Creek on both sides of path that leads to the ready patch; wit. Asa Edney, L.J. Reese Jurat; reg. on oath of L.J. Reese. (FHL film 19,145)
5-335: 24 Oct. 1838, James T. Duncan of Floid Co. IN to Gabrel Jackson Jr. and John Case of Buncombe Co. NC, $400, 221 acres on Crared? and Green Rivers; /s/ as agent for the heirs of T. Musick; wit. James Blackwell, Wm. Thompson Jurat; reg. on oath of Thompson Dec. 1853. (FHL film 19,146)
Bexar Co. TX Deeds
21-143: 13 Dec. 1882, Blanton Duncan of Bexar Co. TX and Mary T. Duncan his wife of Jefferson Co. KY, for $3,100, to T.P. Hord of Bexar Co. TX, tract on the Lion Creek about 10 miles from the City of San Antonio, being the upper or NW 1/2 of Survey 72 originally granted to Elizabeth Plunkett for one league and labor of land, the said NW half thereof hereby conveyed being the same described and set apart to W.F. Walker in a deed of partition between him and H.B. Adams and E.D.L. Wicker (Wickes?) dated Aug. 4, 1877, recorded Vol.7 pg.304-5. /s/ Blanton Duncan, trustee of Mary T. Duncan, and Mary T. Duncan. 13 Nov. 1882, Blanton Duncan appeared in Bexar Co. TX; 18 Nov. 1882, Mrs. Mary T. Duncan wife of Blanton Duncan appeared Jefferson Co. KY. (FHL film 1,020,118)
23-327: 8 May 1882, for $2,500 received from estate of Garnett Duncan decd, Blanton Duncan, trustee of Mary T. Duncan, at present residing in City of San Antonio, Bexar Co. TX, conveys to Blanton Duncan, trustee for Kate B. and Georgette Duncan, under the will of said Garnett Duncan, of Louisville, KY, a note of W.F. Walker for $1,000 of date 3 Feb. 1881 to the order of Blanton Duncan trustee of Mary T. Duncan, and also the note of W.F. Walker to Mary F. Stahl for $1500, of date Aug. 15, 1879, secured by deed of trust of same date from W.F. Walker "upon the upper or NW half" of the Elizabeth Plunkett league and labor in Bexar Co. TX, and also all the rights granted by said W.F. Walker to Blanton Duncan trustee under Walker's contract of sale of Feb. 3, 1881, for purchase of said tract of land in Bexar Co. on or before 16 Aug. 1881 by said trustee and under which said contract suit is now pending, in case No.829 in Bexar County Court for the enforcement of said trustee's rights and for possession of said tract of land. Ack. Bexar Co. TX by both Mary T. Duncan and Blanton Duncan, 8 May 1882. (FHL film 1,020,119; MAD: Louisville, Jefferson Co. KY)
Fairfax Co. VA Court Minute Books, Court House Archives (from Brenda Furches 3/1986)
Book 1797, F, Apr 17, 1798 - Henry Duncan, Justice of Jefferson Co. KY.
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