Duncan research files of
1820-1870 Essex Co. VA Census
No Duncan indexed
Rappahannock Co. VA County Orders (VA Archives; from Charles Gordon 1983 with permission to share with others)
I, Cuthbert Potter of Lancaster Co., appoint Sam'l Griffin of Rappahannock Co., power of attorney ask he receive ... from estate of Roger Overton ... (signed) Sept. 15, 1668, in presence of John Duncome, Tho. Wharton. Recorded Feb. 1669. (CJG: one Richard Duncome was transported by Cuthbert Potter)
Rappahannock Co. VA Order Books (VA Archives; from Charles Gordon 1983 with permission to share with others)
Marriage contract: John Rice and Rebecca Travers, Nov. 15, 1680; she to keep chattels on plantation at Hoskins Creek; her trustees Leroy Griffin, Wm. Loyd; she being widow and admx. of Col. Wm. Travers.
April 30, 1685, Sam'l Travers grants to John and Rebecca Rice, all interest in 3 tracts "Henrys Plantation" near Farnham, being estate of Wm. Travers, to Rebecca for life.
Estate of Dominick Rice settled May 7, 1685; bequests to Thos. Chewning, Richard Lawson, John Bayley, John Adams, Thos. Hill, John Sampson, Thos. Dew, Robt. Clarke, John Beere, Geo. Toone's orphans, Samuel Travers of Col. William's estate, Col. Wm.'s orphans; ex. wife Ann.
May 7, 1685; Samuel Travers, son of Wm. Travers, conveys to his mother Rebecca Rice, 3 plantations formerly owned by Col. Wm. Travers in lieu of dower.
Rappahannock Co. VA Deeds, Wills and Settlements (FHL film 33,647)
1656-1664: no Duncan, Duncombe
1664-1673: pages not numbered nor in date order; no Duncan, Duncombe
1668-1672: no Duncan, Duncombe
1671-1676: no Duncan, Duncombe
Essex Co. VA Deeds and Wills 1716-1718 (FHL film 31,164)
15-182: 24 Feb. 1718, George Johnson, son to George Johnson, in Yoebuoyd?, of my own free will, become servant to John Duncan, merchant of Glasgow, for 7 years after arrival. Wit. Gilbert May, Thomas Wallas?. /s/ John Duncan, George (X) Johnson. Ship arrived May, 1718, in VA.
Essex Co. VA Guardians Book 1761-1796 (FHL film 31,274; from Evelyn Sigler 1986 with permission to share with others)
Indexed, No Duncan
Essex Co. VA Accounts of Orphans Estates 1731-1760; Estates 1731-1760 (FHL film 31,170; from Evelyn Sigler 1986 with permission to share with others)
Indexed, no Duncan
Ann Morgan estate pg. 49, 113
Pg.49: 1741, Ann Morgan - lists inventory ... Wm. Boulware, Guardian of Ann Morgan
Pg.113: 1747, 17 Nov., Ann Morgan orphan, Wm. Bourlware Guardian, presented this account against the est. of sd. orphan.
Pg.149: 17 Oct. 1752, Rachel (XX) Williams guard. of Anna Catharine and Elizabeth Williams ...
Essex Co. VA Order Book (from Charles Gordon 1983 with permission to share with others)
June 10, 1699; Dunkin vs. Hoult. John Hoult, a servant of John Dunkin, said to be 10 years old ...
June 20, 1699; John Dunkin sued Wm. Arving (pg.155); dismissed.
Essex Co. VA Court Order Books (FHL films, from Evelyn Sigler 1986 with permission to share with others)
1740-1741 - No Duncan indexed (FHL film 31,215)
1757-1759 - No Duncan indexed (FHL film 31,216)
1759-1761 - no Duncan indexed (FHL film 31,217)
1764-1767 - no Duncan indexed (FHL film 31,220)
Essex Co. VA Deed Index (FHL film 31,265)
No Book 4, 6, or 15 indexed on film in the card catalog.
Vol.A, to 1691:
Deed book 4, pg.41: 15 Sept. 1668, John Duncombe witness.
Deed book 6, pg.43: 28 Oct. 1683, Jane Duncombe to Dominick Rice.
Deed&Will book 11, pg.122: 8 Dec. 1703, John Dunkin witness.
Deed&Will book 15, pg.181: June, 1718, John Duncan, merchant in Glasgow.
Deed&Will book 15, pg.182: June, 1718, John Duncan, master of Peter Barclay, indentured servant aged 9 years.
Deed&Will book 15, pg.182: June, 1718, John Duncan, assignment of indentured servant to George Berry.
Deed&Will book 15, pg.182: June, 1718, John Duncan, assignment of indentured servant to John Motley.
Deed book 33, pg.373: 16 April 1792, George Dunkin, emancipation from Elizabeth Jones.
No other Duncan etc.
Essex Co. VA Deeds
11-120/123: 8 Dec. 1703, Mary (M her mark) Ward of County of Essex, parish of Sittonbourne, to John Morgan of Co. of Middlesex, planter, for 15 lbs. money of England and 1500 pounds of tobacco, 150 acres in Co. of Essex, parish of Littonbourne, on south side of Occupacy? Run, part of a deed out of which the said Mary Ward now lives on bequeathed unto me by my husband Richard Barbur last will and testament, which 150 acres was part of a dividend of land surveyed at the charge of the said Mary Ward. Title bond for 30 lbs Sterling money of England and 3000 pounds of tobacco. Both witnessed by John Dunkin, Tho. Ramsey, John Garnett. (FHL film 31,171)
33-373: 28 Feb. 1792, George Duncan, a negro slave, emancipated by Elizabeth Jones (not copied otherwise). (FHL film 31,185)
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