Duncan research files of
1860 Catoosa Co. GA Census
Pg.1002, #550-531, G.W. DUNCAN (m) 27 GA chair maker $1400-$150
S.E. (f) 23 GA
S. (f) 18 GA
(MAD: ? 1850 Clarke Co. GA census; 1870 Pike Co. GA census)
1870 Catoosa Co. GA Census
Ringgold, 930th District
Pg.274-275, #461-464, DUNCAN, Jno. E. 33 TN (white) farmer $2200-$777
Martha E. 22 GA keeping house
DUNCAN, Mary E. 1 GA
[DUNCAN,] Cynthia 50 TN? BLACK house servant
"Roster of Confederate Soldiers of GA 1861-1865" by Lillian Henderson, Director of the State Division of Confederate Pensions and Records for the state of Georgia, 6 vols. (FHL book 975.8 M22h)
1:107: 1st Confederate Regiment Infantry, Army of Tennessee; 1st Co.H, 26th Regiment (became 2nd Co.I, 1st Conf. Reg. Infantry, Nov. 8, 1862, Catoosa Co. GA): C.H. Duncan, Private, July 25, 1861; transferred to 2nd Co.I, 1st Confederate Regt. Inf. Nov. 8, 1862; on roll for Aug. 31, 1864, last on which borne, he was reported "Deserted hospital." No later record. (MAD: company formed from men in Hamilton Co. TN and north GA; from info in "Tennesseans in the Civil War; A Military History of Confederate and Union Units with Available Rosters of Personnel" by Civil War Centennial Commission, 1964, FHL book 976.8 M2t and fiche 6,046,966)
1:111: 1st Confederate Regiment Infantry, Army of Tennessee; 2nd Co.H, Catoosa Co. GA: Isaac N. Duncan, Private, Feb. 16, 1863; deserted in 1864; took oath of allegiance to U.S. Govt. at Chattanooga, TN, and released March 10, 1864.
1:111: J.M. Duncan, Private, Feb. 16, 1863; deserted in 1863; received at Nashville, TN, a Confederate deserter, Dec. 1863; sent to Louisville, KY, where he took oath of allegiance to US Govt. and was released, Dec. 16, 1863.
(MAD: TN Confederate Widow pension #1883 by Martha E. Duncan, formerly Roddy, born 1847 Ringgold, GA, res. Hamilton Co. TN, widow of John E. Duncan born 1835 Blount Co. TN, married 1868 Ringgold [Catoosa Co.], GA, he died 1907 Rossville [Walker Co.], GA; from "TN's Confederate Widows and Their Families; Abstracts of 11,190 Confederate Widows Pension Applications" by Edna Wiefering, 1992; FHL book 976.8 M28w)
Monroe Co. TN Deeds (FHL film 956,242)
Q-763: 11 Dec. 1865, Joseph Roddy and wife Margaret J. formerly Duncan of Catoosa Co. GA, to John E. Duncan of same place; their interest as heirs of William Duncan, decd.
R-107: 2 Jan. 1867, John E. Duncan to Aurilius N. Magill, both of Catoosa Co. GA.
Monroe Co. TN Will (FHL film 24,769 item 3)
A-143: Jeremiah H. Duncan, exec. 3 Sep. 1856. Wife Mary; the family, to wit, Samuel, Josephus & Mary L. Duncan, minor heirs; 3 oldest sons William, James & John; 3 married daughters Catharine Singleton, Maryanall Taylor and Margaret Roddy; the house and lot in Ringold [Catoosa Co.], Ga., and to daughter Margaret. Wit. Robert Carter, J.H. Montgomery, Benjamin Franklin.
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