Duncans in Steuben Co. NY


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

Last revised August 24, 2007

Formed 1796 from Ontario
Yates formed 1823 from Ontario, Steuben
Schuyler formed 1854 from Tompkins, Steuben, Chemung


1800 Steuben Co. NY Census
        No Duncan indexed

1810 Steuben Co. NY Census
Pg. 49  Thomas Duncan       20001     - 10010

1820 Steuben Co. NY Census
Pg.240  James Duncan        100010    - 00110

1830 Steuben Co. NY Census
Pg.381  Alexander Dunkin    1100,001  - 1211,01

1840 Steuben Co. NY Census
Pg.269  Calvin Dunkam       1000,1    - 0000,1

1850 Steuben Co. NY Census
Pg.123, #35, Henry DUNCAN 30 NY farmer
                  Philena 27 ENG
                  William H.H. 10, Oscar 7 NY
                  David 4, Stanley 1 NY
                  (MAD: 1860 Bureau Co. IL census)

1860 Steuben Co. NY Census
      No Duncan indexed

1870 Steuben Co. NY Census
Pg.126, #186-183, DUNCAN, James 49 NOVA SCOTIA minister Meth. $0-$30,000 (not parents of foreign birth)
                  Mary 45 CANada (not parents of foreign birth)
                  Libbie 22 CANada at home (not parents of foreign birth)
                  Susan 15 NY at home
                  Mary E. 13 PA at home
                  Hattie M. (f) 9 NY at home
                  Nellie A. 4 NY
Pg.482, #42-45, DUNCAN, George S. 28 NY clothier $0-$0
                  Emma J. 32 NY keeping house
                  Lilly May 4 NY
                  George M. 10/12 NY b.July

HISTORIES before 1923

"Landmarks of Steuben County, New York" ed. by Harlo Hakes; pub. Syracuse: D. Mason, 1896, 1061 pgs. (LH3091, HeritageQuest images 6/2007; FHL book 974.783 H2h and film 934,851 item 2)
      Pg.412-413: MILLER, Prof. Curtis, was born in Madison county, in 1865, son of Rev. Samuel Miller, who is a native of Oneida county and one of ten children born to Curtis Miller. Curtis Miller, the grandfather, was always actively interested in all public affairs pertaining to the welfare of his town and county, and married Mary Duncan, who is of Scotch descent. Rev. Samuel Miller was reared on a farm, became a Congregational minister, and served in the war of the Rebellion as second lieutenant in Co.K, 117th N.Y. Vols., also served in the defences around Washington D.C. He married Mary, daughter of Dr. Horace Bigelow of Auburn, N.Y., by whom he had three children ... (MAD: more not copied)


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