Duncans in Cecil Co. MD


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

Last revised December 11, 2003

Formed 1674 from Kent


1790 Cecil Co. MD Census
Pg. 42  Duncan, Andrew       234xx

1800-1820 Cecil Co. MD Census
        No Duncan indexed

1820 Cecil Co. MD Census
1st District
Pg.122  Darah Dunkin         Free colored
        Benjamin Dunkin      Free colored

1830-1850 Cecil Co. MD Census
        No Duncan indexed

1860 Cecil Co. MD Census
3rd District
Pg.387, #511-496, Elizabeth DUNCAN 30 NH (blank) $0-$1500
                  John M. 4, Eliza M. 3 PA
                  Caroline 1 MD
                  Enoch HARRIS 18 MD BLACK coachman
                  (MAD: 1870 Clay Co. IN census)

1870 Cecil Co. MD Census
      No Duncan indexed


Cecil Co. MD Land Records 1674-1850; general indexes
      1674-1810 #1 (FHL film 13,819)
            4-77: Duncan, Dromond to Alexander McInlace, Genl. discharge
      1810-1838 #2 - no Duncan (FHL film 13,820)
      1838-1850 #3 - no Duncan (FHL film 13,820)

Cecil Co. MD Deeds
      4-77: 28 May 1724, Duncan Drumond of City of New Castle, merchant, quit claim to Alexander McInlace, late of Cecil Co., wever, all claims for damages, judgement, etc; wit. Thomas Jauvior?, Richard Grafton, Rowland Fitzgerald. (FHL film 13,822; last name Drumond, not Duncan)


Index to Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Soldiers Who Served During War of 1812; National Archives Roll 62, Microcopy 602 (FHL film 882,580, Dun to Duq; copied all Duncan and variant spellings)
      All last names are Duncan unless otherwise noted (MAD: have interfiled by first name); all entered service as privates and were discharged as privates unless otherwise listed. Vols = Volunteers; Mil = Militia
      James Dunkan; 30 Regt. (Miller's) MD Mil (MAD: Cecil Co. MD, from pg.11, "Maryland Militia - War of 1812" Vol.3, Cecil and Harford Cos., by F. Edward Wright, FHL book 975.2 M2w)


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