Duncans in Le Sueur Co. MN


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

Last revised August 22, 2007

Formed 1853 from Unorganized territory


1860 LeSueur Co. MN Census
      No Duncan indexed

1870 LeSueur Co. MN Census
Ottawa Twp., P.O. Ottawa (also indexed as pg.23)
Pg.513, #75-69, DUNCAN, Charles 70 PA gardner $0-$100
                  Frances (f) 17 WI keeping house
                  Henry 10 ME (Maine) (blank)
                  (MAD: 1860 Iowa Co. WI census)

1880 LeSueur Co. MN Census
      No Duncan indexed

HISTORIES before 1923

"History of the Minnesota Valley, including the Explorers and pioneers of Minnesota" by Edward D. Neill, Charles S. Bryant; pub. Minneapolis: North Star Pub. Co., 1882, 1021 pgs. (LH9118, HeritageQuest images 5/2007; FHL film 1,000,253 item 2)
      Pg.508: Le Sueur County. Mary A. Jackson, formerly Miss Duncan, was born in New York in 1816. When quite young she moved to New York city and attended private school twelve years. She then learned the trade of dressmaking, which she afterward engaged in several years. In 1851 she was united in marriage with George Jackson, who was born in Scotland in 1815, and came to America in 1836. The year of their marriage they went to Wisconsin and bought a farm, on which they remained seven years. Coming to Minnesota they bought 160 acres of land on section 9, Lexington township. Mr. Jackson died in 1879. His widow is still living at the farm.


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