Duncans in Fayette Co. IA


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

Last revised August 18, 2007

Formed 1837 from Clayton
Chickasaw formed 1851 from Fayette



1840-1860 Fayette Co. IA Census
      No Duncan indexed

1870 Fayette Co. IA Census
Westfield Twp.
Pg.183, #326-329, DUNKIN, John 33 IRE farmer $1000-$450, parents of foreign birth
                  Margaret 31 IRE, parents of foreign birth
                  Eliza 12, Robert 10 IA parents of foreign birth
                  Rachiel (f) 8, Dustom Ana (f) 6 IA parents of foreign birth
                  Conatha (f) 3 IA parents of foreign birth
                  Zachariah 9/12 b.Nov. IA (not parents of foreign birth)

HISTORIES before 1923

"Past and present of Fayette County, Iowa" by G. Blessin; pub. Indianapolis, Ind.: B.F. Bowen & Co., 1910, 1643 pgs. (LH11337, HeritageQuest images 4/2007; FHL book 977.735 H2p v.1&2 and film 934,940 items 2-3)
      Pg.597-599: ANDREW F. RANDALL, born Madison Co. NY on March 16, 1837, son of Asahel and Julia (Dykins) Randall, early settlers of Madison Co. ... subject was reared in Oneida, New York, ... in 1856 to Lyons, Clinton Co. Iowa, then returned to home in New York but soon afterward again came to Clinton Co. ...returned to Oneida county, New York and was married. In 1860 he came to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, then (two years later) to Carroll Co. IA ... in 1873 to Cedar Township, Fayette Co. ... On April 29, 1858, Mr. Randall was united in marriage with Addie Foland, who was born at Oneida, New York, on November 22, 1838, the daughter of Jonas and Elizabeth (Mowers) Foland, ... Mr. and Mrs. Randall have had no children of their own, but had an adopted daughter, Belle. The latter received a good education in the public schools and Fayette College, and was also highly accomplished in music. She became the wife of Daniel Duncan, of this county, who is now teacher in a Presbyterian school in New York City. Mrs. Duncan died in New York City on December 5, 1894.


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