Duncans in Alexander Co. NC


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

Last revised April 3, 2004

Formed 1847 from Iredell, Caldwell, Wilkes


1850 Alexander Co. NC Census
      No Duncan indexed

1860 Alexander Co. NC Census
(page number in parentheses is stamped page number)
York Collegiate P.O.
Pg.281 (141), #476-476, J.B. CAMPBELL (m) 50 NC farmer $500-$245
                  D. (f) 46 NC
                  W.F. (m) 26 NC C.school teacher
                  L. DUNCAN (f) 14 NC
                  (MAD: possibly Lucinda Duncan in 1850 Wilkes Co. NC census w/Henry)

1870 Alexander Co. NC Census
      No Duncan indexed


Alexander Co. NC Deed Indexes 1847-1953
   Grantors, p.34 (FHL film 590,286)
      B-857: 1847, Johnathan Duncan to William Brown
      Next is 1889
   Grantees, p.33 (FHL film 590,287)
      B-189: 1861, L.W. Pigott to Thomas Duncan
      D-455: 1876, Jonas P. White & wife Lucy to Mary Duncan
      Next is 1887

Alexander Co. NC Deeds
      B-189: 21 Nov. 1861, L.W. Pigott of Alexander Co. NC to Thomas Duncan of same, $100, 1-1/8 acre adj. lands of York Institute, Watson York, Prof. B. York, estate of John M. Flowers decd; wit. Wm. B. Duncan jurat. (FHL film 590,284)
      B-857: 22 Jan. 1847, Johnathon Duncon (X) of Wilkes Co. NC to William Brown, $300, 115 acres on S. Yadkin in Donises' line & corner; wit. W.G. James jurat, Radford G. Queen; reg. Jan. 1, 1870, proven by oath of W.G. James. (FHL film 590,284)
      D-455: 19 July 1876, Jonas D. White and wife Lucy of Alexander Co. NC to Mary Duncan of same, $100, 50 acres on waters of Middle Little River adj. A.E. Brown's corner, Payton Harris' line, N.C. Foxes line, Tar Kiln branch, L. Teague's line; wit. W.E. White. (FHL film 590,285)


"The Landmark" Statesville, North Carolina, Friday, February 9, 1883 (transcription by and from Kathy Cawley 2/2004)
      The Hickory Press says that while two little children of Mr. M. Duncan, of the neighborhood of Mt. Bethel, Alexander County, were playing in the spring branch week before last, the smaller one, about two years old, fell head-foremost into the spring and was drowned before assistance could be rendered.


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