Duncan research files of
1790-1800 Norfolk Co. MA Census
No Duncan indexed
1810 Norfolk Co. MA Census
Pg.397 George Dunkin 11210 - 11110
1820-1840 Norfolk Co. MA Census
No Duncan indexed
1850 Norfolk Co. MA Census
Pg.57, #709-892, James G. CASSELL 63 MA cabinetmaker $2000
Mary 64 MA
Sarah DUNCAN 23 MA
Sarah A. 2 MA
Pg.159, #289-321, Andrew DUNCAN 28 IRE ?? grinder
Jane 27 IRE
Pg.245, #231-279, James MERCER 34 IRE currier & family
John DUNCAN 29 SCT currier & others
1860 Norfolk Co. MA Census
Pg.104, #702-837, Anne HARDWICK 58 MA (blank) $600-$200
Frederick 25 MA boot maker
Edward 15 MA
Henry A. FLINT 35 MA merchant
Annie M. 26 MA
Samuel A. DUNCAN 24 NH school teacher $0-$500
Catharine MALONEY 16 IRE servant
(MAD: 1850 Sullivan Co. NH census, son of Samuel Bell Duncan & Ruth Tichnor)
Pg.652, #683-746, Mary SHED 70 MA (blank) $300-$500
Lucinda DUNCAN 38 VT
H.B. LINCOLN (m) 38 MA accountant
Helen W. 28 ME ("Maine")
Nancy CLARK 25 Nova Scotia servant
Helen M. LINCOLN 4 MA
Lawrence L. (m) 1 MA
Pg.7, #61-61, Elesker RICHARD (m) 63 MA farmer $0-$225
Anna 63 MA
Anna HOLBROKE (f) 31 MA bootmaker
Charles DUNCAN 18 MA bootmaker
George 23 MA mechanic $0-$50
Frederick HOLBROOKE 16 MA
Horrace R. (m) 10 MA
Mary T. 9, Emma 5 MA
Pg.22, #191-202, Edwin A. DUNKIN 28 MA bootmaker $0-$25
Lucinda C. 28 MA
Edna D. 6, George N. 3 MA
Albert 1 MA
Pg.26, #230-242, Sulman? DUNKIN 27 USA-N.S. mechanic $0-$0
Clarisa 24 USA-N.S.
Edgar (m) 11/12 MA
George N/H. JOHNSON 10 MA
Lydia E. 17 MA cotton spooler
(MAD: indexed Sulman Dunkin and Gilman Dunkin; probably Sulman, but could be Gilman)
Pg.442, #3246-3237, House of Correction, incl.
Ann DRUNCAN?/DRICNCAN "1850" 50 IRE Com.drunken
Pg.850, #770-831, Franklin ELLIS 43 MA farmer $2000-$1000
Almira L. 30 VT
Wm. F. 9, A.M. (m) 6 MA
Catherine DUNICAN 21 IRE servant $0-$0
Pg.178, #1200-1509, William L. DONKUM (DRUKUM?) 50 MA painter $1500-$400
Sarah C. 52 MA
Leander C. (m) 55 MA painter
Sarah W. DURKAM (DONKUM?) 16 MA
Pg.205, #1326-1648, Michael DUNICAN 45 IRE laborer $0-$200
Ellen 43 IRE
Patrick 19 IRE groom
Hannah 17 IRE domestic
James 15 IRE groom
Bridget 13, Michael Jr. 11 IRE
Pg.287, #2054-2318, William CLANCEY 32 IRE carriage maker $0-$200
Catharine 21 IRE
Joseph E. 1 MA
John DUNCAN 22 GERM blacksmith $0-$0
Owen MURPHY 40 IRE ostler
Thomas McDONALD 18 IRE laborer
Pg.381, #2698-2980, James CASSEL 25 MA cabinet maker $5000-$100
Mary 26 MA
Sarah DUNCAN 33 MA
Pg.381, #2706-2986, John G. NASEO 60 MA (blank) $20,000-$12,000
Mary A. 58 PA
Isebella F. 25, Laura G. 20 MA
Susan DUNCAN 12 MA
Catherine DOLAN 19 IRE domestic
Daniel O LEARY 28 IRE laborer
Roxbury Ward 4
Pg.509, #312-380, J.G. MORSE (m) 40 VT clerk $0-$800
Caroline H. 35 VT keep boarding house
(& many others, including)
Edwin A. DUNCAN 20 ME mason
(MAD: ? 1850 York Co. ME census)
Roxbury Ward 1
Pg.571, #--#965, Mary DUKAN 63 IRE (blank) $0-$0 (alone)
Roxbury Ward 2
Pg.811, #1998-2881, William HUNTER 33 SCT rope walker days $0-$0
Jeannette 32 SCT
Margaret 9 SCT
Jessie A. (f) 6, Elizabeth 5 MA
Ellen 3, Agnes 1 MA
Elizabeth DUNCAN 22 SCT "ditto" (rope walker days)
1870 Norfolk Co. MA Census
Pg.170-171, #564-725, TURNER, Joseph L. 60 ENG weaver $0-$0, parents of foreign birth
& family & others, including
DUNCAN, Albert 30 NS (Nova Scotia) wheelwright, parents of foreign birth
Pg.255, #31-30, DANSON, W. Frank 38 MA ret. grocery $0-$3000
Mercy N. 36 MA keeping house
Willie N. (m) 16 MA attending school
Edith M. (f) 9 MA attending school
Ellis H. (m) 6 MA attending school
Gracy J. (f) 3 MA at home
TILDEN, Hellen J. 28 MA domestic svt.
Pg.291, #129-155, DUNCAN, Christopher 40 IRE laborer $600-$100, parents of foreign birth
Hannah 36 IRE keeping house, parents of foreign birth
Christopher 10 NJ attending school, parents of foreign birth
Dennis H. 8 NJ attending school, parents of foreign birth
Mary E. 6 NJ at home, parents of foreign birth
Arthur J. (m) 3 MA at home, parents of foreign birth
Josephine (f) 1 MA at home, parents of foreign birth
(MAD: 1860 Hudson Co. NJ census)
Pg.226, #8-9, DUNAKIN, Charles A. 28 MA works for boot factory $0-$150
Josephine M. (f) 23 MA keeping house
Frank M. 3, Lena M. (f) 1 MA at home
Pg.226, #9-10, DUNAKIN, Edwin A. 39 MA works for boot factory $0-225
Lucinda C. 38 MA keeping house
Edna D. 16, George N.A. 13 MA attending school
Pg.226, #19-22, DUNAKIN, Stillman (m) 37 MA farm laborer $1000-$300
Clarissa H. 34 MA keeping house
Charles S. 8 MA attending school
Pg.229, #66-73, HITCHCOCK, Samuel D. 56 ME farm laborer $2400-$5000
Dulcenia D. 54 MA keeping house
Pg.229, #66-74, DUNAKIN, George W. 34 MA works for boot factory $1300-$0
Betsey W. 30 MA keeping house
Jennie W. 4 MA at home
BULLARD, Nancy 62 MA at home $0-$250
Franklin D. 21 MA works for boot factory
E. Ida (f) 23 MA works for boot factory
Pg.245, #309-334, DUNCAN, Alexander 56 SCT stone mason $1800-$1100, parents of foreign birth
Ann 52 SCT keeping house, parents of foreign birth
Alexander Jr. 20 SCT at home, parents of foreign birth
Petre? (m) 14 SCT at home, parents of foreign birth
Jean (f) 12 SCT at home, parents of foreign birth
SMITH, Rolph (m) 24 ENG farmer, parents of foreign birth
Jessie (f) 24 SCT no occupation, parents of foreign birth
Thomas 1/12 RI at home, b.May, parents of foreign birth
Pg.384, #631-757, WELD, Hannah M. 31 MA no occupation $0-$0
Alice B. 26 MA no occupation
Caroline B. 24, Edith 21 MA no occupation
Arthur G. 8 MA attends school
McCARTY, Margaret 34 IRE domestic servant, parents of foreign birth
McGRU, Bridget 26 IRE domestic servant, parents of foreign birth
MORRIS, Anna 19 MA domestic servant
DONNOVAN, Joseph 30 IRE works as gardner, parents of foreign birth
DUNCAN, Lucinda C. 48 VT house keeping
Pg.438-439, #1374-1602, DUNCAN, Robert B. 32 SCT clerk in dry goods R, $0-$0, parents of foreign birth
DUNCAN, Philamena (f) 29 Nova Scotia, B.P?., keeping house, parents of foreign birth
RUSH, Jennie 17 MA assisting at home
"Vital records of Roxbury, Massachusetts to the end of the year 1849" (Norfolk Co.) (anonymous); pub. Salem, Mass.: Essex Institute, 1925-1926, 1080 pgs. (PS 159; HeritageQuest 5/2007)
Vol.I, pg.118: Roxbury Births:
DUNKAN (see also Dunkin), Jabesh, s. Samuel, bp. 11:2m:1680. c.r.1
DUNKIN (see also Dunkan), Deliverance, d. Sam[uel], Sept. 29, 1681.
Jabez, s. Sam[ue]ll, Aug. 20, 1678.
Margreat, d. Samuell, Mar. 17, 1669.
Mary d. Samuell, Jan. 5, 1667.
Samuel, s. Samuel and Deliverance, Aug. 14, 1689.
Sarah, d. Samuel, Sept. 23, 1674.
Vol.II, pg.129: Roxbury Marriages:
Duncam (see also Duncan), Jonas L., and Mary Ann W. Stevens, Aug. 21, 1842.* (*intention also recorded)
Duncan (see also Duncam), John L., and Sarah L. Cassell of Dorchester, int. Jan. 4, 1848.
Pg.130: DUNKIN, Deliverance, and Titus Jones, Feb. 11, 1724-5.
Hannah, and John Scot, May 29, 1672.
Jane F., and William Bowen, int. Aug. 7, 1848.
Mary, and Bernard Nash, int. Aug. 13, 1846.
Sarah, and W[illia]m Lyon, s. William, Sept. --, 1675.
Vol.II, pg.517: Roxbury Deaths:
DUNCAN, see Dunecan.
DUNECAN (see also Dunkin), Mary, d. Brine and Bridget, scarlet fever, Dec. 19, 1849, a. 6 y.
DUNKAN (see also Dunkin), Sarah, ch. Sam[uel], bur. 26 : 5 m : 1675. C.R.1.
DUNKIN (see also Dunecan, Dunkan, Dunklin), Samuel, s. Samuel and Deliverance, Oct. 5, 1689.
Samuel, Nov. 19, 1693.
DUNKLIN (see also Dunkin), Samuel, 28 : 10 m : 1672, a. 6. W.G.R.1.
Abbreviations: C.R.1 - church record, First Religious Society (Unitarian)
1918 "History of Norfolk County, Massachusetts, 1622-1918" (anonymous); pub. New York: S.J. Clarke Pub. Co. (LH5822; HeritageQuest 4/2007)
Pg.402-403: There is also in Quincy a monthly publication called the Granite Cutters' Journal. It was founded in 1877 by the Granite Cutters' International Association and is published by that organization in the interests of the workmen in the granite industry. The present editor is James Duncan.
1887 "The History of Milton, Mass. : 1640 to 1887" (Norfolk Co.) by Watts, L J G L; ed. by Albert Kendall Teele; pub. Boston: Press of Rockwell & Churchill (LH5720; HeritageQuest 5/2007; FHL book 974.47/M4 H2t and film 1,000,074 item 3)
Pg.14: Robert Badcock's claim, or purchase, was between the brook bearing his name and the Neponset river, a tract of one hundred and seven acres. In 1670 he added to his estate by purchasing of Teague Crehore a tract of land west of his own, and in 1671 by a subsequent purchase of Nathaniel Duncan. (similar on pg.20)
Pg.17: Allotment of the Sixth Division: N.W. of Central Line. No.12, Nathaniel Duncan, 78 acres, 3 quarters, 0 rods
"A volume of records relating to the early history of Boston" (Suffolk Co. MA) by A Oliver, James Bowdoin, Sam Hewes, J Osborne, et al; by Boston City Registrar; pub. Boston: Municipal Print. Office, 1900-1909, 3826 pgs. (PS342; HeritageQuest 5/2007; FHL books 974.461 H2b v.1-39 and films 897,126 to 897,135 & others)
v.36. Vital records of the town of Dorchester from 1826 to 1849
Vol.36, pg.24: Dorchester births: Duncan, ----, d. John L. and Sarah L., March 20, 1848.
Vol.36, pg.108: Dorchester marriages: Cassell, Sarah J. and John Q. Duncan of Roxbury. Int. Jan. 9, 1848. (MAD: Roxbury, Norfolk Co. MA)
Pg.123: Duncan, John Q. of Roxbury and Sarah J. Cassell. Int. Jan. 9, 1848.
1904 "History of the town of Bristol, Grafton County, New Hampshire" by Richard W. Musgrove; pub. Bristol, N.H.: Printed by R.W. Musgrove (LH8946, HeritageQuest images 5/2007; FHL book 974.23/B2 H2m v.1&2 and film 844,513)
Pg.447: WELLS. Children: 2. William Smith, b. Ashland, Dec. 9, 1858; m. Fannie Duncan, Maine. No children. Res. Roxbury, Mass. (MAD: Roxbury, Norfolk Co. MA)
1862 "A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, Showing three generations of those who came before May 1692, on the basis of farmer's register" Vol.II, by James Savage (from Elizabeth Lee 3/1993; FHL book 974 D2s)
Pg.80: Duncan, Jabez, a soldier in Philip's war, of Capt. Turner's comp. Apr. 1676. (MAD: Worcester Co. MA) Joseph, Dover, k. by the Ind. 27 June 1689, with 22 others. (MAD: ? see Strafford Co. NH) ## Nathaniel, Dorchester 1630, came, doubtless, in the Mary and John with the other first sett. of that town, freem. 6 May 1635, ar. co. 1638, a capt. auditor gen. and rep. skill. says Johnson, "in the Latin and French," brot. perhaps, w. Eliz. s. Nathaniel, who. was of ar. co. 1644, had also Peter, rem. to Boston a. 1646, and d. a. 1668. ## Peter, Dorchester, s. of the preced. ar. co. 1654, rem. to Gloucester, m. Mary, d. of Martha Epes, the sec. or third w. of Samuel Symonds, Esqr. of Ipswich, had Martha, b. 10 Nov. 1655; Eliz. 28 Feb. 1657, d. soon; Eliz. again, 30 Aug. 1661; Ruth, 27 July 1663; Peter, 2 Nov. 1665; Priscilla, 9 Jan. 1667; Margery, 8 Jan. 1670; and Daniel, 19 May 1672. (MAD: Essex Co. MA)
Pg.81: Dunkin, John, Billerica 1675, had two s. k. by the Ind. there, 1 Aug. 1692. (MAD: Middlesex Co. MA) Samuel, Newbury 1638, perhaps rem. to Boston, had there beside other ch. Thomas, b. 15 Jan. 1656; and in 1672 had ld. at Muddy riv. now Brookline. (MAD: Boston, Suffolk Co. MA) Samuel, Roxbury, prob. s. of the preced. by w. Deliverance had Margaret, b. 17 Mar. 1670; Sarah, 23 Sept. 1674; Jabez, 20 Aug. 1678; Deliverance, 29 Sept. 1681; and Samuel, 14 Aug. 1689, d. soon; and f. d. 19 Nov. 1693. (MAD: ? Norfolk Co. MA)
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