Duncans in Caroline Co. MD


Duncan research files of
Mary Ann (Duncan) Dobson
the Genealogy Bug

Last revised August 9, 2008

Formed 1773 from Dorchester, Queen Annes


1790 Caroline Co. MD Census
Pg.36  Dunkin, Eliz.      001 xx

1800-1860 Caroline Co. MD Census
      No Duncan indexed

1870 Caroline Co. MD Census
District 5, Smithville P.O.
Pg.277, #131-131, LIDEN, William E. 31 MD farmer $6400-$1500
                  Violette 36 MD keeping house
                  Edward W. 14 MD
                  Gooter S. (m) 11 MD
                  Elizabeth N?. 8 MD
                  William F. 4, Sallie K. 2 MD
                  DUNCAN, Mary J. 18 PA school teacher
                  WILLIAMSON, Mitchell 17 (18? written over) MD farm laborer
                  COLLINS, Caroline 15 MD domestic servant


Caroline Co. MD Will Index, Libre JR #B, Nov.1784 - Aug.1802 (FHL film 6,302; from Iris Grimmett 10/1986)
      Dunkin, Elizabeth - pg. 428

Caroline Co. MD Will Book (FHL film 13,781)
      Liber JR #B, pg.424: 20 Aug. 1793, Elizabeth (X) Dunkin of Caroline Co.; very sick and weak; nephew Timothy Nucome all; to him and his children; also sole exec. Wit. Arthur Emory, Edward (+) Dopson, Ann Dopson. Proved 19 Nov. 1798; Timothy Nucomb.

Caroline Co. MD Administration Accounts
      Accounts 1817-1833 (FHL film 13,785)
            1826-1827 - no Duncan
            1827-1833 - no index
      Accounts 1833-1850 (FHL film 13,786)
            1833-1839 - no index


Caroline Co. MD Land Records, 1774-1851; index "grantee" & "grantee" 1774-1851 (FHL film 13,766)
      No Duncan


ISAAC DUNKIN, W-11138, MD (FHL film 970,867; National Archives Roll 867; and extract from June Ricketts 11/1985)
      Bounty Land Warrant Record Card only; Private in Maryland line; Warrant 11138 issued 8 Jan. 1796 to Geo. Ponsonby, assignee.

HISTORIES before 1923

"History of Caroline County, Maryland, from its beginning" by Laura C Cochrane, Lavinia R Crouse, Wilsie S Gibson, A May Thompson, Edward M Noble; pub. Federalsburg, Md.: Printed by the J.W. Stowell Print. Co., 1920, 362 pgs. (LH10378; HeritageQuest 5/2007)
      Pg.75: Revolutionary soldiers ... the company that served under Captain Richardson in the flying camp ... Isaac Duncan.


Early Duncans in Caroline Co. MD:
      Isaac Duncan, 9 Jan. 1784, in the Militia of Worcester Co., applied for remission of a Militia Court Martial fine, that he left his company when he was sick, and afterwards completed his term of enlistment; from (Jan. 9, Liber C.B. No.24 p.476) pgs.503-4, Vol.XLVIII, Journal and Correspondence of the State Council of MD, 1781-1784, Archives of Maryland. (FHL book 975.2 B4m, also on line at http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/)
      Isaac Duncan, 1776-1783, of Caroline Co., in the Flying Camp Papers and Muster and Pay Rolls; pgs.69, 426, 465, 501, 531-2, Vol.XVIII, Muster Rolls & Other Records of Service of MD Troops in the American Revolution, 1775-1783, Archives of Maryland. (FHL book 975.2 B4m, also on line at http://www.mdarchives.state.md.us/)


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