Duncans in Fauquier Co. VA Records


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

Last revised October 4, 2000


Stafford Co. VA Deed and Will Books (FHL film 33,948)
      AA-49: (no day) Nov. 1809, Charles S. Carter admr. of will of William Taylor decd of Co. of Stafford, Elizabeth Ford executrix of James Ford deceased who was one of the acting and qualified execs. of William Taylor decd., to Charles Duncan of Fauquier Co.; Wm. Taylor by will dated 23 July 1789 and now recorded in Stafford Co. ... after the death of his wife Mrs. Hannah Taylor ... all lands except that part willed to Mrs. Elizabeth Ford should be sold, ... Charles Duncan was highest bidder at sale 11 Aug. 1809 at Stafford Court House, for £400; William Taylor and James Ford were the only qualified executors, William Taylor died without executing deed to Charles Duncan; Charles L/S Carter admr. debonis non with the will of William Taylor annexed and Elizabeth Ford exec. of James Ford decd, land to Charles Duncan in Stafford Co., 500 acres. Wit. Zachr. Vowles, Henry M. Lipscomb, Newman B. Barnes.

Stafford Co. VA Deeds (FHL film 33,950)
      OO-458: 27 March 1848, B.H. Shackelford, admr. de bonis non of Charles Duncan, decd, of Fauquier Co. VA, to Wm. F. Moore, Edward Waller, George Strother, Burkett Bowen, Wm. T. Cropp and Wm. Barber, overseers of poor for Stafford Co., under the will of Charles Duncan, for $495, 500 acres land on waters of Beaver Dam now adj. lands of Misstress Payne, Finnel Ashby, and others, land on which said Charles Duncan formerly resided and directed in his will of record in Fauquier Co. 27 July 1818 to be sold by his exec. after the death of his wife, called Marbel Hill. Cert. by John Marr and William H. Gaines, J.P.

Orange Co. VA Deed (FHL film 33,016)
      15-413: 26 Sept. 1771, Thomas Murry & wife Agness, planter, to Joseph Duncan of Fauquier Co., planter, for £250, 300 acres, corner John Stevens, Malachia Charles decd, branch called Cook. Wit. Robert Thomas, Paul Williams, John Sawyer.

Warren Co. KY Deed (FHL film 339,901)
      F6-244: 3 Dec. 1812, Theophilus Read to Traverse Duncan, both Warren Co., for $300, 200 acres on middle fork of Bay Fork, the water of Big Barren river, part of military survey, corner Priscilla Bowmer. Wit. John Ray, Johnson Ellis.

Allen Co. KY deeds, Scottsville Courthouse, Allen Co. KY (personal trip by Mary Ann Dobson 1985)
      B-287: 22 Aug. 1818, Theophilus Read of Allen Co. KY, appoint Edward (sic) Duncan of Warren Co. KY, attorney to receive of the executor of the last will of Charles Duncan, decd, late of Fauquier Co. VA, what I may be entitled to in right of Peggy Read my wife late Peggy Duncan, daughter of said Charles Duncan ...
      B-288: 22 Aug. 1818, Lucinda Starke, widow and relict of Wm. Starke, of Allen Co. KY, appoint Edmund Duncan of Warren Co. KY, attorney to receive of the executor of the last will of Charles Duncan, decd, late of Fauquier Co. VA, such portion of said estate by virtue of said will ...

Warren Co. NC Deeds (FHL film 20,063)
      A-265: 26 May 1764, Rice Duncan of Faquier Co. VA, to Joseph Hackney of Granville Co., NC, for £40, 300 acres on east side of Robisson's Mill Branch in Granville Co., the same granted from Hugh Hardy to Rice Duncan. Wit. Charles Bah?, Rice Duncan Jun, Charles Duncan. (no indication of signature by mark)

Platte Co. MO Marriage Records, County Recorder's Office, to 1870 (from Lu Durham 1987 with permission to share with others)
      Lucy Harrison Duncan of Rappahannock Co. VA to Thomas A. Ramey of Warrenton, Fauquier Co. VA, at home of John R. Duncan, 3 Jan. 1883, D-134 (LD: Lucy was dau. of Benjamin Harrison & Sarah Louise (McCormack) Duncan)
          Double ceremony with:
      Helen Adelia Duncan to John Dudley Buchanan, 3 Jan. 1883, at home of bride's parents, D-134 (LD: Helen was dau. of John R. and Mildred Jane (Duncan) Duncan; John was son of John and Eleanor (Ballinger) Buchanan; my grandparents)

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