Duncans in Catoosa Co. GA


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

Last revised September 17, 2003

Formed 1853 from Walker, Whitfield


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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