Duncan research files of
White Co. TN Court Minutes 1806-1813 (FHL film 507,869; did not check index for Melvin names)
White Co. TN Court Minutes 1806-1811; typed & indexed by WPA (FHL film 24,866)
No Ruben Harris, Melvin
Pg.50: 9 May 1808, Or. by the Court that overseer be appointed on the road leading from the mouth of Collin's river to the Turnpike road. Joseph Flemming is to work as Overseer from the mouth of Collin's river to the Gum Spring and on to Wallins ridge and Alexander Cook give said Fleming a list of hands to work on said road David Conley to work as overseer from said ridge to town creek, and William McGuire as Overseer from town Creek to Benjamin Weaver's, Alexander Lowry to give him a list of hands to work on the same and Marshall Duncan from Weavers to Aaron England's. Benja. Weaver to give him a List of hands to work on the same and George Potts from there to the Wilderness road and Aaron England give him a list of hands to work on the same. George Potts discontinued Moss Jones in the place of Court ordered that Veniras continue to the Jurors of view from the mouth of Collins river to the Wilderness road. (pg.51) on this side of Obeds river, and the same from the top of the Mountain to the Carthage road, also the road from the top of the Mountain to Warren County line, so as to go by Crains. ... (pg.30-31)
Pg.53: 10 May 1808, Marshall Duncan appointed juror.
Pg.65: 10 Aug. 1808, Ordered by Court that the following men be appointed to view and lay off a road the nearest and best way from the Gum-Springs to Aaron England's & from thence eastwardly to intersect the wilderness road at the most convenient place John Walling, James McClain, Thomas Roberts, Joseph McBride, Jesse Steakly, Aaron England, Benjamine Weaver, Marshall Duncan and Joseph Crabb. (pg.42)
Pg.94: 18 Feb. 1809, Marshal Duncan, venire facias (serve as juror).
Pg.95: 18 Feb. 1809, Marshall Duncan, ... David Duncan, ... on jury.
Pg.133: 16 Nov. 1809, David Duncan on jury.
Pg.134: 17 Nov. 1809, David Duncan appointed juror for Feb. 1810 term.
Pg.136: 12 Feb. 1810, Venire Facias - David Duncan (to serve as juror).
Pg.162: 16 May 1810, Marshall Duncan appointed juror for Sept. term.
Pg.223: 13 Feb. 1811, George Duncan on jury.
Pg.278-9: 12 Aug. 1811, Ordered by the Court that ... Sunday juror tickets to be paid out of any moneys ... which juror tickets are as followeth to wit ... David Duncan 3d (3 days), ... Marshall Duncan 2 days.
White Co. TN Court Minutes 1811-1812; typed & indexed by WPA (FHL film 24,866)
No Reuben Harris; other Harris names
Pg.65: 12 Feb. 1812, Pierce Cody
Pg.110: 15 Feb. 1812, Marshall Duncan a juror.
Pg.148: 13 May 1812, indexed Marshall Duncan but not found
Pg.157: 14 May 1812, Marshall Duncan on jury.
Pg.167: 15 May 1812, Marshall Duncan on jury.
White Co. TN Court Minutes 1812-1814; typed & indexed by WPA (FHL film 24,864)
No Reuben Harris, but other Harris names
Pg.38: 12 Nov. 1812, Joel Duncan, William Melvin & others appointed as jurors.
Pg.56: 1 March 1813, writ of venire facias ... Joel Duncan, William Melvin (& others) ... to appear in court as prospective jurors.
Pg.67: 2 March 1813, Joel Duncan and William Melvin on jury.
Pg.77: 3 March 1813, Joel Duncan and William Melvin on jury.
Pg.94, 96, 101: 4 March 1813, Joel Duncan and William Melvin on three juries.
Pg.139: 8 June 1813, Ordered by court that ... Marshall Duncan (& others) to review lay off and mark the road leading up Cherry Creek, the nearest and best way round a flatt (sic) of land belonging to William Hays, and make report there of to the next term of this court.
Pg.157: 10 June 1813, deed of Richard Cole, Calvin Howel and John Howell (sic) to Samuel Johnston. Deed Conveyance for 150 or 160 acres of land -- proved in open court by oaths of Peter Prow and Marshall Duncan, witnesses.
Pg.346: 21 Jan. 1814, Marshal Duncan (& others) appointed jurors for next term.
Pg.352: 18 April 1814, Marshal Duncan, venire facias (juror; & others).
Pg.370: 19 April 1814, Marshall Duncan on jury.
Pg.389: 20 April 1814, Marshall Duncan on jury.
Pg.392, 394, 396: 21 April 1814, Marshall Duncan on three juries.
Pg.401, 404: 22 April 1814, Marshall Duncan on two juries.
Pg.407: 23 April 1814, Marshall Duncan on jury.
White Co. TN Court Minutes 1814-1817; typed & indexed by WPA (FHL film 24,866)
Pg.234: 21 Oct. 1815, Deed of conveyance, 80 acres, James Chisum to Marshal Duncan, proved in court by oaths of Elijah Chisum and Solomon Duncan, witnesses.
Pg.259: 18 Jan. 1816, Ordered by Court Joel Duncan, Isham Fox, William Smith, William Wilkinson, John Potts, William Belcher, and Thomas Shirley, be appointed commissioner to review lay off and make a road the nearest and best way leading from the house of Elijah Chisum Esqr. to Johnston Stand on Walton road or a road running with or near the old road, and make report thereof to the next term of this Court. (pg.185)
Pg.293: 17 April 1816, Charles Price to Thomas Shirly, Transfer of Platt and Certificate, Survey 80 acres of land. The due execution of the within and above transfer of this platt and certificate proven in open court by oath of Joel Duncan and Rawley Duncan, two of subsc. witnesses.
White Co. TN Court Minutes 1817-1819; typed & indexed by WPA (FHL film 24,867)
No Reuben Harris; other Harris names
Pg.90: 24 Oct. 1817, Joel Duncan juror at next term.
Pg.100: 19 Jan. 1818, writ of Venere facias retd. - Joel Duncan, William Melvin and others to be jurors.
Pg.255: 21 Oct. 1818, Samuel Duncan on jury.
Pg.297: 18 Jan. 1819, Marshall Duncan (& others) to assign & set apart 3,000 acres vacant land and unappropriated land unfit for cultivation for the use and benefit of the Salt Works belonging to William Anderson, Matthias Anderson, Jacob Robinson & James Peake, situate on the Calf Killers fork agreeably to their petition filed at the last term of this court, and now prayed to be revived, and make report thereof to the next term of this court.
Pg.313: 21 Jan. 1819, Jonathan Pots vs. Thomas Duncan, covenant. On motion of the plaintiff by his attorney an alias plurias capias is awarded him against the body of the defendant returnable at the next term of this court.
White Co. TN Court Minutes 1819-1820; typed & indexed by WPA (FHL film 24,864)
No Reuben Harris but other Harris names
Pg.25: 19 Oct. 1819, Marshall Duncan on jury.
Pg.91: 23 Oct. 1819, Marshall Duncan (& others) to lay off 3,000 acres vacant land unfit for cultivation for the purpose of being condemed (sic) to the use of the Salt Works owned by Mathias Anderson & others on the Calf Killer Fork & make report to the next term of this Court.
White Co. TN Court Minutes Apr. 10-20, 1820; orig. index only (FHL film 24,866)
No Duncan indexed
White Co. TN Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions Minutes, 1820-1823; Vol.15 (FHL film 507,870; extracts from Janel Woodbury 10/2002)
Pg.119: 20 Jan. 1821, ordered that John Austin, Thomas Lewis, John Walker, Thomas Duncan, William Ursery, William Gist Senr, Mosby Webb, Henry H. Goodman, (& more) be jurors and Nathaniel Evans and Nathl. B. Ross Constables for County Court &c.
Pg.512: 20 Jan. 1823, ordered that William Farley be appointed overseer of the road from the house of John Rutledge to Robert Howard's and that the bounds in which the following hands reside be assigned to work thereon, to wit, Solomon Yeager Senr, Solomon Yeager Junr, James Yeager, Benjn. Yeager, Thomas Shirley, Danl. McCullough, William Wisdom, Marshal Duncan, Soloman Duncan, Thomas Broyles, John Broyles, Reuben Broyles, Robt. S. Kennedy, Henry Rutledge, Stephen Yeager, John Wilhite, Danl. Wilhite, Wm. Farley, Stephen Hickman, William Daniel, George Long, Enoch Golden, Isaac Howard, Abraham McGee, Jacob Shafer, Matthew Moore, John Mason, Richard Brown, John McCully, Thos. Holstenback, Charles Price and Isaac Robinson.
White Co. TN Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions Minutes 1824-1827; typed & indexed by WPA (FHL film 24,868)
(Original Vol. 16 on film 507,870)
Pg.55: 22 July 1824, State vs. Eve Shafer alias Eve Massas (sic) now the wife of Pleasant Massa, Bastardy, Prest Grand Jury. This day came the Attorney General as well as the Defendant Eva (sic) Massa, formerly Eve Shafer, and thereupon said Defendant refused to declare upon her corporal oath who was the father of her bastard child, Andrew Shafer, begotten upon the body of the said Eve. It is therefore considered by the Court that she for such her refusal to declare upon her corporal oath, the father of said illegitimate child that she pay the sum of five dollars for and towards the support and mainteniance (sic) of said County of White, together with all cost in this behalf expended, and that she enter into a recognizance of record for the keeping free and indemnified the County of White from any damages for an (sic) towards the support and maintenance of said bastard child begotten as aforesaid. Whereupon came here into Court Pleasant Massa, Mary Shafer and John Duncan and thereupon became security for the payment of the five and costs in this cause and agree that a seiri facias may issue against their estate jointly with the defendant for the same. And agree also that they well (sic) keep free, harmless and indemnified from all costs and damages, the said County may sustain for any monies for and towards the support and maintenance of the aforesaid Andrew Shafer begotten upon and born of the body of the aforesaid Eve, Defendant in the above cause. (pg.70)
Pg.66: 24 July 1824, Washington P. Duncan (& others) to be constable at next court.
Pg.82: 12 Oct. 1824, Washington P. Duncan - venire facias.
Pg.113 & 114: 22 Oct. 1824, Thomas Duncan on two juries.
Pg.124: 17 Jan. 1825, George Long vs. Pierce Cody, Debt Appeal. This day came the Defendant into open Court in proper person and declared that he could not further gainsay the plaintiff action an (sic) thereupon confessed Judgement for the sum of five dollars and fifty nine cents debt and agrees the plaintiff hath sustained damages by occasions of detention thereof to the Sum of eighty cents besides cost. Therefore on motion of the plaintiff by his attorney it is conditioned by the Court that the plaintiff recover against the Defendant and Washington P. Duncan his Security the sum of five dollars fifty nine cents the debt aforesaid together with the damages aforesaid agreed upon as aforesaid, together with his cost by him about his suit in this in this (sic) behalf expended &c. (pg.156-157)
Pg.125: 17 Jan. 1825, This day Lyda Kerr Widow of James Kerr Decd. was this day appointed administrator with the last will and testament annexed ...
Pg.125: 17 Jan. 1825, This day Henry Duncan Senr. produced in open Court his Stock mark as following Towit: a cross and under bit in the right ear and half cross off, of the under side of the left ear. (pg.157)
Pg.128: 17 Jan. 1825, Deed conveyance 25 acres of land from James Chisum to Marshall Duncan proven in court by oath of James Hudgens and William Pryor, 2 of the witnesses.
Pg.130: 17 Jan. 1825, Ordered by Court that Daniel Clark, Wm. Garland, John Walker, Samuel Thomas, and James Cooper Esqrs be appointed a Jury of view to lay off and mark a road over the lands of Thomas Duncan turning off on the right hand side of the (pg.131) Carthage road, avoiding a Muddy part in said road and report thereof to the next term of this Court. Issd. (pg.165-166)
Pg.131: 17 Jan. 1825, Ordered by Court that Thomas Duncan (& others) Constables to attend at the next Circuit Court. (pg.166)
Pg.143: 20 Jan. 1825, Thomas Duncan on jury.
Pg.152: 21 Jan. 1825, Wooten Harris, Thomas Duncan (& others) on jury.
Pg.153: 21 Jan. 1825, State vs. Reuben Harris Snr, Indt for an affray, John G. Savage Prosecutor. This day came the Defendant with Thomas Duncan and Henry Atkinson into open Court and acknowledged themselves indebted to the State in the Sum of $1000. Towit: the Defendant in the Sum of $500. and the Said Thomas Duncan and Henry Atkinson in the Sum of $250. each, to the use of the State void on condition that the Defendant make his personal appearance in the Court on the fourth day of the next term of this Court then and there to answer the State on the above charge and attend from day to day, and not depart thereof without leave of the Court &c.
State vs. Rueben Harris Jnr. similar, Thomas Duncan and Henry Atkinson in the Sum of $250 each.
State vs. Wooten Harris. similar, Thomas Duncan and Henry Atkinson in the Sum of $250 each. (pg.193)
Pg.183: 14 April 1825, Thomas Duncan on jury.
Pg.185: 15 April 1825, Thomas Duncan on jury.
Pg.187: 16 April 1825, Thomas Duncan on jury.
Pg.188: 16 April 1825, Thomas Duncan on jury in State vs. Reubin Harris Jnr, Indictment for affray No. 22 ... (jury) who being elected tried and sworn the truth to speak - Whereupon the Attorney General declares that he can no further prosecute the Defendant in the above cause - It is therefore considered by the Court that the Defendant depart hence and recover against the County of White all costs on part of the prosecution on this behalf expended, and that certificates issue to the County trustee for the same. (pg.238-239)
Pg.188: 16 April 1825, Thomas Duncan on another jury for State vs. Enoch Odle - found guilty.
Pg.189: 16 April 1825, State vs. William Mooney, Indt. for A.T.B. (A true bill) No. 43, Robert E. Lowery Pros. Jury of Charles McGuire, John Isham, Thomas Duncan, Reubin Harris, John England, John Burgess, Jacob Scoggon, Joel Duncan, William M. Tillman, Sims Dearing, Walker Bennett and Mark Lowery. Defendant found guilty. (pg.240)
Pg.209: 20 July 1825, Thomas Duncan vs. Elijah Heron, Debt Scifas. This day came the palintiff (sic) by his Attorney Nathan Haggard Esqr. and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court, that the plaintiff by the judgment of this Court at July session A.D. 1820, recieved (sic) of a certain Jonathan Potts the sum of fifteen dollars thirty five cents for the costs of a certain suit brought by the said Jonathan Potts against the said Thomas Duncan, whereof the said Jonathan Potts is cerevict (sic) and liable,- And whereas the Defendant undertook and became prosecutive bail for the said Jonathan Potts in the suit aforesaid. And it also appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that the second writ of Sceri facias issuing in this cause directed to the Sheriff of White County had been returned that said Defendant was not found. And said Defendant being again solemnly called to appear in open Court and defend their plead to the Writ of Sceri facias in this cause, and shew cause if any thing he hath or can why the plaintiff shall not have execution against said Defendants for the costs therein mentioned, agreeably to the form and effect of said Sceri facias came not but made default.- Therefore on motion of the plaintiff by his Attorney it is considered by the Court that the plaintiff have execution against said Defendant for the sum of fifteen dollars Thirty five cents for cost, agreeably to the tenor and effect of said Writ of Sceri facias, and it is also considered by the Court that the plaintiff recover against Defendant, his cost by him expended in suing forth and prosecuting the Writ of Sceri facias in this cause &c. (pg.267-268)
Pg.242: 11 Oct. 1825, Jon Dunn (not Duncan)
Pg.250: 12 Oct. 1825, Washington P. Duncan had been security for Samuel Denton, deft, in suit by Ezekiel Neil; debt appeal; plaintiff to recover cost.
Pg.298 & 300: 10 Jan. 1826, Marshal Duncan on jury, returned venira facias.
Pg.303, 304, 305: 11 Jan. 1826, Marshal Duncan on three juries.
Pg.310: 12 Jan. 1826, Marshal Duncan a grand juror, then discharged from further attendance.
Pg.317: 14 Jan. 1826, Reuben Harris, Thomas Duncan, and Washington P. Duncan to be jurors next term.
Pg.328: 11 April 1826, Venire Facias returned for Reuben Harris and Thomas Duncan, both were not selected to be jurors.
Pg.330: 11 April 1826, "For reasons appearing to the satisfaction of the court it is ordered that Thomas Duncan (& two others) summoned as jurors ... from further attendance thereon be released and discharged.
Pg.349: 17 April 1826, Thomas Duncan to attend next court as juror.
Pg.372: 11 July 1826, Thomas Duncan - venire facias.
Pg.381: 13 July 1826, Deed from John A. Thompson, Catherine T. Thompson, Mark Spencer and wife Harriet for 100 acres by attorney Samuel Denton to Washington P. Duncan acknowledged in court by Samuel Denton.
Pg.396: 9 Oct. 1826, Ordered by Court that the road from the top of the Mountain South of the house of John Rose Esq. to Simpsons bridge, heretofore discontinued be re-established, that Meeking Taylor be appointed overseer of said road, from the top of the Mountain to Simpsons Bridge, being a road of the second Class, and keep the same in repair as the law requires, and that Edmund Filby, Samuel Lance, Henry Lance, Wm. B. Rose, John Kitchiside, W. Williams, M. Craig, Patrick Duncan & John Ramseys hands be appointed to work thereon. Issd. (pg.529)
Pg.410: 14 Oct. 1826, Thomas Duncan on jury.
Pg.423: 18 Oct. 1826, Deed of Yelverton Neville, by his attorney William Shelton, to Thomas Duncan for 150 acres proven on oaths of Alexander B. Lane and Anthony Dibrell.
Pg.428: 18 Oct. 1826, Thomas Duncan, Reuben Harris Jr., Silas Harris & Wooten Harris on jury. Reuben Harris Sr. and Stephen Dill on another jury.
Pg.432: 27 Sept. 1826, State vs. John Duncan, Bastardy. A Capias is awarded the state against the defendant.
Pg.470: 11 Jan. 1827, State vs. John Duncan, Bastardy. Returnable here at the present term of this court.
Pg.482: 9 April 1827, Cosley Bowman, admr. of estate of James Howard Decd, bondsmen Anthony Dibrell and Joel Duncan.
Pg.489-492: 10 April 1827, Joel Duncan on four juries.
Pg.505: 13 April 1827, State vs. John Duncan, Bastardy. Returnable here at the next term of this court.
Pg.509: 14 April 1827, Solomon Duncan appointed overseer of road from Glenn & Snodgrass's Spring branch to Robert Howards & keep the same in repair as the law requires and that David Snodgrass Esq. assign a list of hands to work thereon it being a road of the second class.
Pg.516: 17 April 1827, Alexander Lowrey vs. Thomas Duncan, Covt. On motion of plaintiff by his attorney an Alias Capias is awarded the plaintiff against the defendant returnable here at the next term of this court.
Pg.528: 9 July 1827, Joel Duncan (& others) to review lay off and mark a road from the top of the mountain at a place called Userys Gap through the neighborhood of John Hudson to the county line and report to the next court.
Pg.532: 10 July 1827, Thomas Duncan juror.
(Pg.533 indexed but original pages 533-534 in original court book torn out)
White Co. TN Court Minutes 1835-1841; typed & indexed by WPA (FHL film 24,869)
No Reuben Harris
Pg.22: 12 Oct. 1835, Solomon Duncan former overseer of a road ...
Pg.49: 19 Oct. 1835, Nathaniel Henrie, lawful owner of tract of land in White Co., 1250 acres, part of entry for 5,000 acres reported in name of Abner Duncan for double tax for year 1834 ...
Pg.74: 11 April 1836, Washington P. Duncan on road jury ... from forks of road above Sparta to entersect (sic) the road leading up Userys Gapp crossing Blue Spring Creek at Little Bridge, being a road of the second class.
Pg.82: 2 May 1836, "This day the death of William Duncan deceased late of the County of White was suggested - and that he departed this life intestate - Whereupon Susannah Duncan was appointed administrator of all and singular the goods and chattles, rights and credits of the said William Duncan deceased - who took the oath prescribed by law and together with Pleasant Farley and John Bussell entered into and acknowledged bond in the sum of Five hundred dollars Conditioned as the law requires (Letters Iss'd)". (pg.95)
Pg.84: 2 May 1836, "Ordered by Court that William Hitchcock, Ebenezer Jones and William Kerr be appointed Commissioners to assign and set apart to Susannah Duncan and her family being the relect and Widow of William Duncan dec'd. a sufficcent (sic) allowance for one years support out of the estate of the deceased and report thereof the next term of this Court. - (Issd)". (pg.96)
Pg.87: 2 May 1836, Washington P. Duncan on road jury.
Pg.88: 6 June 1836, This day Susannah Duncan administratrix of the estate of William Duncan deceased returned an Inventory of said estate upon oath which is ordered to be recorded.
Pg.104: 1 Aug. 1836, This day the Commissioners who were appointed at a former term of this Court to assign and set apart one years provisions for the support of the widow and family of William Duncan deceased returned their report which is received by the Court and ordered to be recorded.
Pg.122: 3 Oct. 1836, This day Susannah Duncan adminestrix (sic) of the estate of William Duncan deceased returned upon oath a list of sales of the property of the deceased which is ordered to be recorded. (pg.135)
Pg.123: 3 Oct. 1836, This day Anthony Dibrell Esq. was appointed adminestrator (sic) Debonis - non - of all and singular, the goods and chattles rights and credits of Thomas Duncan deceased late of the County of White who took the oath prescribed by law and together with Jacob A. Lane and Walker Bennett entered into and acknowledged bond in the sum of One thousand dollars conditioned as the law requires. (pg.135)
Pg.137: 2 Jan. 1837, ... following persons report for not having given a list of their taxable property for 1836 and are subject to the payment of double tax ... In District No. 8, Susannah Duncan 100 acres of Deed land worth $200 ...
Pg.142: 6 Feb. 1837, Washington P. Duncan be released from the payment of the taxes on one white poll for the year 1836 he being overcharged that much ...
Pg.149: 6 Feb. 1837, Following persons be released from double tax for 1836 and only charged single tax ... In Dist. No. 8, Susanah Duncan, 100 acres land valued at $200, deeded ...
Pg.169: 5 June 1837, Washington P. Duncan on road jury.
Pg.172: 3 July 1837, Washington P. Duncan on road jury.
Pg.203: 1 Jan. 1838, "On the application of Susannah Duncan, admr. of William Duncan dec'd and for reasons appearing to the satisfaction of the Court it is ordered that John Bussell one of her surities for the faithful adminestration (sic) of said Estate from all future and further liabilities as such be released and for ever discharged. (pg.206)
Pg.204: 1 Jan. 1838, (next entry) "This day appeared in open Court Susannah Duncan adminestrator of the estate of William Duncan Dec'd and together with Pleasant Farley and Jonathan T. Bradley entered into and acknowledged bond in the sum of five hundred Dollars conditioned as the law requires." (pg.206)
Pg.253: 3 Sept. 1838, "This day Susannah Duncan appeared in open Court and was appointed guardian to Polly Duncan, Jesuaha (sic) Duncan, John T. Duncan, James W. Duncan and Tilman C. Duncan minor heirs of William Duncan dec'd and took the oath prescribed by law and together with George W. Potts and Pleasant Farley entered into and acknowledged Bond in the sum of Fifteen hundred Dollars conditioned as the law requires." (pg.251)
Pg.255: 3 Sept. 1838, "This day the Clerk of this Court reported a settlement made with Susannah Duncan adminestratrix of the estate of William Duncan deceased which received and confirmed in all its parts and ordered to be recorded." (pg.253)
Pg.331: 7 Oct. 1839, Ordered by Court that Susannah Duncan administratrix of the estate of William Duncan deceased be allowed the sum of Two hundred and fifty dollars the amount of her account for the support and maintainance of her five infant children and for schooling some of them to be by her retained out of the estate of the deceased.
This day Susannah Duncan guardian to the heirs of William Duncan deceased made her report upon oath which is ordered to be recorded. (pg.318)
Pg.341: 6 Jan. 1840, "This day was produced in open Court a writing purporting to be the last will and testament of Marshall Duncan late of the County of White Deceased, and the due execution and publication thereof as such was proved in open Court by oath of Andrew McBride and Elijah L. Golden subscribing witness thereto for the purposes therein contained and that the said Marshall Duncan was at the date of the execution and publication thereof of sound and desposing mind and memory which is ordered to be recorded and the same day Solomon Duncan the executor mentioned in that last will and testament of the deceased appeared in open Court and agreed to take upon himself the burden of the execution thereof and thereupon took the oath prescribed by law and together with Andrew McBride and James Snodgrass entered into and acknowledged bond in the sum of twelve hundred dollars conditioned as the law requires." (pg.326)
Pg.349: 6 Jan. 1840, This day Solomon Duncan Exr. of Marshall Duncan deceased returned upon oath an Inventory and account of the sales of said Estate which is ordered to be recorded.
Pg.419: 8 Dec. 1840, Solomon Duncan on road jury.
Pg.425: 4 Jan. 1841, Solomon Duncan on road jury.
White Co. TN Court Minutes 1841-1848; partially rewritten by WPA (FHL film 464,151)
Partial index; no Duncan
(FHL film 507,871 is original court minute book)
White Co. TN Court Minutes 1848-1853 (FHL film 570,819)
Orig. index only; no Duncan
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