Duncan research files of
Garrard Co. KY Deeds (grantee index on FHL film 9,020; grantor index on FHL film 183,239)
A-258: 17 June 1799, Samuel Duncan and wife Nancy to Jesse Gooch, both Garrard Co.; William Bryant paid Samuel Duncan £300; Samuel Duncan gave his bond to Bryant dated 5 Feb. 1799; 146 acres on which Duncan then lived, which Duncan bought of Charles Campbell by deed in Lincoln Co. KY; Jesse Gooch paid William Bryant £300, Bryant on 22 March 1799 assigned the bond to Gooch; now Samuel Duncan deeds to Jesse Gooch 146 acres on Gilbert's Creek, adj. John Supsley's land, Campbell's settlement, Major William Campbell's land, including a tract of 4 acres which Gooch formerly purchased of said Duncan by deed 19 July 1796 in Lincoln Co. KY. Wit. Andrew Wallace, George Douglas, Charles Walker. (FHL film 183,242)
B-110: 3 March 1800, Ebenezer Cole and wife Mary to William Duncan, both Garrard Co., £100, 70 acres on middle fork of Sugar Creek, line of Samuel Maxberry, Henry Dougherty's survey. No wit. (FHL film 183,242)
D-350: 12 Dec. 1812, Wm. Moore and wife Elizabeth of Jessamine Co. KY to William Duncan of Garrard Co. KY, $300, 50-1/2 acres on W. bank of road in William Duncan's line, Allin's line, Allins & Tatoms corner, Sugar Creek. No wit. (FHL film 183,243)
E-270: 2 Aug. 1816, Livina Hays, widow of William Hays decd, Henry Carrier and wife Elizabeth late Elizabeth Hays, Right May and wife Jenny late Jenny Hays, Stephen Duncan and wife Peggy late Peggy Hays, Thomas Hays, William Hays, Polly Hays, Anlee Hays and Anderson Hays children and legal heirs of said decd, of Garrard Co. KY, from Nathaniel Shrewsberry of Wayne Co. KY, for $2 paid by William Hays decd in his lifetime, 160 acres on bank of the creek, corner Durby ?? 30 acre tract. Wit. William Wheeler, Nathaniel Shrewsberry Junr. (FHL film 183,244)
E-342: 14 Jan. 1817, Thomas Duncan to Isarel (sic?) Davis, both Garrard Co. KY, for $75, transfer and convey all my interest in my mother-in-laws estate that I may be entitled to at her death; but anything I may have title or claim to under the will of William Davis decd. is not hereby conveyed. Wit. Will Jennings. (FHL film 183,244)
E-410: 20 May 1817, John Hutcherson to Thomas Duncan, both Garrard Co., $400, 10 acres on Sugar Creek, below Mayfield's old saw mill. No wit. (FHL film 183,244)
E-418: 18 June 1817, Thomas Duncan for love to my step-daughter Sally Davis, all my estate except my horse, bridle and saddle. Wit. John Bryant, Tho. Young. (FHL film 183,244)
F-200: 24 Sept. 1818, William Newcom and wife Nelly to David Duncan, both Garrard Co. KY, $1000, 95 acres on long branch of Back Creek, on line of Joseph Anthony's corner to Jonathan Finnell, James Beasly's spring branch. No wit. (FHL film 183,244)
G-10: 16 Aug. 1819, Thomas Kennedy, Garland Woods and John Faulkner, commissioners of Garrard Court to convey land agreeable to a bond executed by Robert Duncan decd. to Charles Baker; deed to Charles Baker of Madison Co. KY for £90 paid said decd. in his lifetime, 60 acres on Paint Lick, part of a settlement and pre-emption known by name of Montgomeries Land, patent in name of Thomas & Joseph Kennedy, corner Saml. Black. (FHL film 183,244) (MAD: Robert D. Duncan was on 1800 tax list for Garrard Co. KY)
G-73: 10 March 1820, James Ball to Stephen C. Duncan, both Garrard Co., $81.37-1/2, 54-1/4 acres on Scotts Fork. No wit. (FHL film 183,244)
G-220: 26 Aug. 1819, William Duncan to Isaac Maxberry, $400, 70 acres on Sugar Creek, line of Samuel Maxberry. /s/ William Duncan, Nancy Duncan. No wit. (FHL film 183,244)
G-222: (blank) July 1819, David Duncan and wife Elizabeth to Samuel McMillin, both Garrard Co. KY, $1245, 95 acres on Long Branch of Back Creek, line of Joseph Anthony's corner to Jonathan Fennells, James Busby's spring branch, (other corners not copied). Wit. B. Letcher. (FHL film 183,244)
G-438: 30 May 1820, James Mershon, deputy Sheriff for William Wallace, sheriff, to John Lytle, both Garrard Co., by virtue of sundry executions by Garrard Co. Circuit Court in favour of Jacob Miller, Alexr. Denny, Thos. Kennedy and others against estate of Jonathan Fennell and David Duncan amounting to $806.15-3/4, levied on land of the estate of said Finnell; sold to John Lytle, the highest bidder, for $1105.00. (FHL film 183,244)
H-184: 19 March 1823, 19 March 1823, Nathaniel Smith, William Raman and wife Sally late Sally Smith, Saml. Wilmut and wife Polly late Polly Smith, Joseph Carter and wife Martha late Martha Smith, children and heirs of Weedan Smith, to William Duncan, all Garrard Co. KY, $1, 110 acres on Sugar Creek in Gileby's? line, the tract of land orig. owned by Weedon Smith and sold to William G. Bryant and transferred by Bryant to Duncan. Wit. A.J. Brown, Augustine Duncan, Akin Roman. (FHL film 183,245)
H-421: 15 June 1822, Stephen Duncan and wife Peggy (+) to Alexr. Gromire, $15, all our interest in tract of land on east side of Back Creek, 160 acres, which we own in common with the other legal heirs of Wm. Hays decd. Wit. G. Robertson, Henry Carter. (FHL film 183,245)
J-343: 2 Feb. 1826, Stephen C. Duncan and wife Peggy to William Beaumount, all Garrard Co., $200, 54-1/4 acres on Scotts fork of Sugar Creek. No wit. (FHL film 183,245)
N-152: 22 Jan. 1839, Cynthia Scott, Sarah W. Duncan, Thomas Bland and wife Elizabeth late Elizabeth Duncan, William Duncan and wife Elzina, Augustine J. Duncan and wife Eliza, Daniel B. Duncan and wife Eleanor, Daniel Adams and wife Nancy late Nancy Duncan, and John Thorp and wife Narcissa late Narcissa Duncan, children and heirs of William Duncan, to Abraham Adams of Garrard Co. KY, $1727, 157 acres on Sugar Creek, corner Brown?, Corner of county, ... /s/ by A.B. Scott, guardian for Nancy Scott, C.H. Scott, and others. John and Narcissa Thorp examined in Hendrick Co. IN. (FHL film 183,247)
Q-363: 8 Sept. 1848, Margarette Hudson, James H. Hudson, Washington B. Hudson, Symon? B. Hudson, Isaiah B. Hudson, Reuben B. Hudson, Samuel B. Jennins and wife Malvina, James H. Duncan and wife Louisa, and Commodore Perry Hudson, by W.B. Hudson attorney in fact, and Louisa Hudson and Eliza Hudson, for $1438 paid by George Naylor's promissory notes, 107+? acres on Sugar Creek. (FHL film 183,248)
Following deeds from index:
Q-431: 1849, James H. and Louisa Duncan to P.M. Huffman, deed, Lot #30 Lancaster
R-163: 1850, Benjamin F. Duncan et al from William L. Pope heirs; Commr. deed, 3 tracts Dicks R.
R-184: 1850, Benjamin F. Duncan from William Bruce, deed, 59a Blands Mill Road
R-184: 1850, Benjamin F. Duncan to William Bruce, deed, tract
T-171: 1854, John O. Duncan from Samuel Perrin & wf, deed, 50a
T-298: 1855, John O. and Sarah Duncan to Joseph McQuerry, deed, Int. 2 tracts Drakes Creek
T-328: 1855, Sally Duncan from Daniel McQuerry Heirs, commr. deed, 2 tracts
T-328: 1855, Sally Duncan et al to Massa Matox, comr. deed, 2 tracts
T-505: 1855, James and Sarah/Sally Duncan, power of attorney to William B. Mason
U-267: 1857, Benjamin F. and Jane L. Duncan et al to Jacob Robinson, deed, tract Popes Branch near Dix R.
U-366, 367: 1858, James and Sally Duncan to William Edgington al, to William Downing al, comr. deed, 100a & 55-1/2a Bryantsville & Dix R. Pk
U-388: 1858, Elizabeth Duncan to Robert Branaugh, deed, Int. 56-1/2a
V-151: 1860, Alvis and Ann Duncan to Jane & Sally Palmer, deed, Int. 136a Masons Fork Paint Lick Creek
X-373: 1867, Ben F. (est.) and Jane L. Duncan et al to Washington Lusk et al, deed, 58a Dix R. and Sleets Branch
Y-35/38: 1859, Benjamin F. Duncan from Henry Bright Katate al, deed, 27a White Oak Creek
Y-317: 1859, Jane L. Duncan from Lancaster Cemetery Co., Lot #11, Sec. #4
Z-289: 1872, Isaac Duncan from John W. Poor & wf, deed, Int. 232a Canoe Cr.
Z-326: 1872, Alvis & Anne Duncan to John Palmer (heirs), comr. deed, quit claim 115a
Z-447: 1872, Jane L. Duncan from Samuel McKee heirs, Comr. deed, 2 tracts White Oak Crk.
Garrard Co. KY Deeds (SLC 5/2/2013)
Deeds, Vols. P-Q 1843-1859 (FHL film 183,248)
Q-431/432: #3232. 22 Jan. 1849, James H. Duncan of Garrard Co. KY for $400, $200 which has been paid by P.M. Huffman of afsd, the other $200 to be paid by 28 Dec. per promissory note held by D.B. Hudson, sell to said Huffman lot of ground in town of Lancaster adj. lots of Willis? F. Murphy and that now occupied by Mrs. Louisa Fox, known as Lot No.30, with appurtenances, warrant title. /s/ Jas. Duncan, Louisa Duncan. Ack. before Alexr McKee, Clerk of Garrard Co. Court, 22 Jan. 1849. Side Note: Received payment in full Nov. 11, 1852, /s/ L.B. Hudson, wit. W.B. Mason Clk. (FHL film 183,248)
Deeds, Vols. R-S 1849-1859 (FHL film 183,249)
R-163/165: 27 Sept. 1848 from James H. Pope and Helena Pope, heirs of William L. Pope decd. by Thomas Helm, commissioner, to William Bruce and Benjamin F. Duncan, that whereas Fleming Georges in his lifetime filed his bill in chancery against William L. Pope, now deceased, and such proceedings were had, a decree was pronounced by the Lincoln Circuit Court directing a sale of the tracts of land, and for the purpose of effectuating said sale, William W. Bridges was appointed a commissioner, ... sold to Henry Hampton, the highest bidder, at $753.37-1/2, and said Henry Hampton on 27 Feb. 1847 assigned the benefit of said purchase to Benjamin F. Duncan and William Bruce, and by a decree by the Lincoln Circuit Court, Edmond B. Smith was appointed a comr. to convey the land ..., and by another decree at Sept. term in 1848 it was ordered that Thomas Helm be appointed a commissioner in place of Edmond B. Smith, ... NOW this indenture of sale between James H. Pope and Helena Pope, heirs of William L. Pope decd, by Thomas Helm, commissioner, to William Bruce and Benjamin F. Duncan, for $753.37-1/2, receipt acknowledged, sell two tracts of land in Garrard Co. on Dicks River, one containing 50 acres and the other 30 acres as will appear by a deed from Alamander Sutton to William L. Pope 9 Feb. 1838, also one other tract in Garrard Co. on waters of Dicks River, being the same tract of land conveyed by Charles Bland to said William L. Pope by deed 10 Feb. 1834, warrant title. /s/ James H. Pope by Thomas Helm Commissioner, Helena Pope by Thomas Helm Commissioner. At a Circuit Court for Lincoln Co. on 27 Sept. 1848, Thomas Helm Commissioner exhibited the deed from said James H. Pope and Helena Pope to Willis Bruce and Benjamin F. Duncan, which was approved, ordered recorded. Recorded Garrard Co. KY, ? Feb. 1848. (FHL film 183,249; SLC 9/9/2013)
R-184/185: #3520. Deed of Partition. 16 March 1850, between William Bruce and Benjamin F. Duncan, both of Garrard Co. KY, that some time since said Duncan and Bruce made a joint purchase of a tract of land in Garrard Co. and since that time Thomas Habon? as a commissioner of the Lincoln Circuit Court conveyed the land to them by a deed he executed on behalf of James H. Pope and Helena Pope, which deed is of record in the clerk's office of the Gerrard County Court and should be referred to for a description of the land, and the said Duncan and Bruce have since divided the tract of land between them in the following manner, said Duncan to have the land or tract beg. at a beach tree on the side of the road leading to Blandwell?, then ... corner to William Ponce, then to Steels Branch, ... which boundary contains 58 acres 2 roods and 23 poles, and said Bruce by the division is to have that part not embraced in the above boundary, now the parties to this deed, in order to make the division binding, make the following conveyance, to wit, said Bruce conveys to said Duncan all his claim to that portion of the land described as Duncan's part, and said Duncan in like manner releases to said Bruce all his claim to that part which Bruce gets by the division. /s/ B.F. Duncan, Wm. Bruce. They ack. deed before Alexander R. McKee, Clerk of County Court, 16 March 1850. (FHL film 183,249; SLC 9/9/2013)
Deeds, Vols. T-U 1853-1859 (FHL film 183,250)
T-171/172: #4525. 25 Feb. 1854, Samuel Perrin and Elizabeth his wife of Green Co. IL to John O. Duncan of Garrard Co. KY, for $575 paid, sell parcel of land in Garrard Co. KY, being the same conveyed to James Nickolson by Samuel G. Tellett Commissioner appointed by Garrard Circuit Court in case of James Dodd against Robt. Smith and by said James Nickolson to said Samuel Perren, supposed to contain 50 acres, together with appurtenances, warrant title. /s/ Samuel Perrin, Elizabeth Perrin. They ack. deed before Francis P. Vedder, Clerk of County Court of Green Co. IL, 25 Feb. 1854. Recorded 10 July 1854, Garrard Co. KY.
T-298/299: #4652. 5 Feb. 1855, John O. Duncan and Sarah Duncan his wife of Lincoln Co. KY to Joseph McQuery of Garrard Co. KY, in consideration of an exchange of land and $540 in money paid, sell all their right to the tract of land in Garrard Co. on the waters of Drakes Creek owned by Daniel McQuery at the time of his death and the same purchased by said Daniel McQuery decd. of Elizabeth McQuery and supposed to contain 131 acres, and for the consideration afsd, the said Duncan and wife sell to said Joseph McQuery all that tract in Garrard Co. on the waters of Drakes Creek sold by Samuel Perrin & wife to said Duncan by deed recorded in Garrard Co. Deed Book T pg.171 and supposed to contain 50 acres, the land exchanged by said McQuery to said Duncan is conveyed in a deed from said McQuery and wife to said Duncan dated 27 Jan. 1855 and this day delivered to him to be recorded in Lincoln Co., the whole of the tracts lately occupied by said Duncan supposed to contain 50 acres, together with appurtenances. /s/ John O. Duncan, Sarah Duncan. Wit. W.B. Mason. They appeared 5 Feb. 1855 before William B. Mason, Clerk of Garrard Co. Court.
T-328/332: Daniel McQuery's Heirs to Daniel McQuery's Heirs, Deed of Partition. ? Feb. 1855 between Wm. McQuery, Thompson McQuery, Massa Matlox?, Joseph McQuery, Sally Duncan, Sarah S. Suthard, James McQuery, Polly A. Suthard, Daniel H. McQuery and David McQuery, all formerly of Lincoln or Garrard Co. KY, and all heirs and representatives of Daniel McQuery decd. by their Commissioners Geo. S. Marl?, John Wilkerd of Garrard Co. KY, for and in consideration of the title and interest descending from said Daniel McQuery decd. to the aforesaid parties of a tract of land and per order of Garrard Co. Court appointing commissioners to make division of decedent's lands between his children and heirs, and order of said Garrard Co. Court made at Feb. term 1855 appointing G.S. Marel (blank) commissioners to make a deed of partition, NOW ... they convey to Thompson McQuery their interest in Lot No.1 and 6 on the dower part of sd. tract, ... No. 1 containing 4-1/2 acres, the 6th Lot on the dower ... 4 acres, for $1 paid; to Wm. McQuery for $1 Lot No.2 containing 5 acres 3 roods and 10 poles on the residue and No.7 on the dower containing 4 acres; to Massa Mattox for $1 Lot No.5 containing 8 acres on the residue and No.2 on the dower containing 4 acres; to Joseph McQuery for $1, Lot No.6 on the residue containing 11-1/2 acres and No.9 on the dower containing 9 acres; (faint ink) to Sally Duncan for $1 Lot No.10 containing 12? acres on the residue and No.5 on the dower containing 4 acres; to Sarah J. Suthard for $1, Lot No.4 on the residue containing 7-1/2 acres and No.4 on the dower containing 4 acres; to James McQuery for $1 Lot No.8 on the residue containing 10 acres and No.4 on the dower containing 5 acres; to Polly A. Suthard for $1 Lots No.6 on the residue containing 11-1/2 acres and No.10 on the dower containing 9-1/2 acres; to Daniel H. McCrery for $1, Lot No.3 on the residue containing 7 acres and No.3 on the dower containing 4 acres; to David McQuery for $1, Lot No.7 on the residue containing 10 acres and Lot No.1 on the dower containing 3 acres. Commissioners will warrant title. /s/ Geo. S. Marit, J.M.Macken, Commissioners. They appeared before William B. Mason, Clerk of Garrard Co. KY Court, 17 March 1855.
T-505/506: #4859. 15 Nov. 1854, James Duncan and Sally his wife of Clay Co. MO appoint William B. Mason of Garret Co. KY our attorney to receive ... our distributive share of the estate of Thomas Tracy, decd, from Thomas Tracey, admin. of the estate of said Thomas Tracy, decd. /s/ James Duncan, Sally (X) Duncan. They appeared 15 Nov. 1854 before Thomas McCarty, Clerk of County Court of Clay Co. MO. Recorded 24 Dec. 1855 in Garrard Co. KY.
U-267/269: #5216. 21 Jan. 1854, George R. McKee, Alexander R. McKee, Benjamin F. Duncan and Jane L. Duncan his wife late Jane L. McKee, heirs of Martha McKee decd, to Jacob Robinson of Garrard Co. KY, that Samuel McKee made his will in Hickman Co. KY devising his estate to said Martha McKee and appointed said Martha McKee and George Robertson to be executrix and executor of said will, and they sold to Jacob Robinson a tract of land in Garrard Co. near Dicks River and adj. ?? branch, for a portion of which land conveyed to Samuel McKee in his lifetime by Thomas Pope, said Robinson has already received a deed of conveyance, but for another portion purchased from Samuel K. Nelson and which said Nelson in his lifetime failed to make any deed but for which said Martha McKee, executrix and devisee, filed a bill in chancery in Lincoln Circuit Court against Reed Nelson the heir of said Samuel K. Nelson and obtained a decree for a title and the said land not having been heretofore conveyed to said Jacob Robinson during the lifetime of said Martha McKee, NOW in consideration of the premises, do hereby convey to said Jacob Robinson the above portion of land purchased by Samuel McKee of Samuel K. Nelson, which tract is bounded on north by land conveyed by Thomas Pope to Samuel McKee, on the south and east by said Robinson's home tract of land, and on the west by the land purchased by said Robinson of William G. Pollard, to him the said Robinson, warrant title. /s/ Geo. R. McKee, Benjamin F. Duncan, A.R. McKee, Jane L. Duncan. I hereby join in the foregoing conveyance as the surviving executor of Samuel McKee decd. but I am in no way to be responsible for the warrantee in the deed should the title prove defective, Nov. 17, 1855, /s/ G. Robertson, Exr. They appeared before William B. Mason, Clerk of County Court of Garrard Co. KY, on 21 Jan. 1854 by George R. McKee, and on 17 Nov. 1855 by George Robertson, and on 24 July 1856 by Benjamin F. Duncan and on 1 Aug. 1856 by Alexander R. McKee and on 4 Sept. 1857 by Jane L. Duncan.
U-366/367: #5311. 22 Feb. 1858, Jeremiah Tracy, Elizabeth Jenkins, Lewis Tracy, John Tracy, William Tracy son of William Tracy decd, Mary Ford and Timothy Ford, Susan Calhoun and John M. Calhoun, Permelia Tercy and (blank) Tercy her husband, George Tracy son of George Tracy decd, Mary Blanton and William Blanton, Martha Worley, Eliza Burniss, James Burniss, Susan Lowers, Henry Lowers, John W. Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor, Fielding Taylor, Catharine Taylor, Sarah Ann McCombs, Madison Tracy, Liberty S. Tracy, Thomas F. Tracy, Sally A. Tracy, Mary E. Myers, Robert Myers, William Tracy son of Eliza Tracy decd, Robert Tracy, Elizabeth Tracy, Benjamin Tracy son of Eliza Tracy decd, James B. Tracy, Sanford Tracy, Fielding Tracy, Samuel Gentry, Judith Gentry, Benjamin Tracy son of Sebrill Tracy decd, Margaret Pendleton, Samuel Pendleton, William Tracy son of Sebrill Tracy decd, James Duncan, Sally Duncan, Elizabeth Hunt, George Tracy son of Sebrill Tracy, Harrison Tracy, Elizabeth Tracy, Samuel Gillespie and Mahala Gillespie, heirs at law of Thomas Tracy decd, by Joshua Burdett their commissioner, to William Edginton Jr. and James N. Ison?; that on 26 Oct. 1853 the heirs of Thomas Tracy decd. filed their petition in the Garrard Circuit Court against Thomas Tracy's heirs in which the land was sold to the parties of the second part at 30.00-1/4 per acre by judgment in said suit, all of which has been paid, now the parties of the first part convey to the party of the second part the tract of land in Garrard Co. KY near the road leading from Bryantsville to the mouth of Dix River, beg. at a stone near a hickory pointer and a little west of the road leading from the mouth of Dix River and the Elk Shoal to Lancaster ..., then ... top bluff of said Rocky Fork, ... with Compton's line, ... corner to Hamilton's, then ... to the beginning, containing no more nor no less than 100 acres. /s/ Joshua Burdett, Comr. for said heirs. Approved Feb. term 1858. Recorded 8 April 1858.
U-367/368: #5312. 22 Feb. 1858, Jeremiah Tracy, Elizabeth Jenkins, Lewis Tracy, John Tracy, William Tracy son of William Tracy decd, Mary Ford and Timothy Ford, Susan Calhoun and John M. Calhoun, Permelia Tercy and (blank) Tercy her husband, George Tracy son of George Tracy decd, Mary Blanton and William Blanton, Martha Worley, Eliza Buniss, James Buniss, Susan Sowers [MAD: as written], Henry Sowers, John W. Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor, Fielding Taylor, Catharine Taylor, Sarah Ann McCombs, Madison Tracy, Liberty S. Tracy, Thomas F. Tracy, Sally A. Tracy, Mary E. Myers, Robert Myers, William Tracy son of Eliza Tracy decd, Robert Tracy, Elizabeth Tracy, Benjamin Tracy son of Eliza Tracy decd, James B. Tracy, Sanford Tracy, Fielding Tracy, Samuel Gentry, Judith Gentry, Benjamin Tracy son of Sebeth Tracy decd, Margaret Pendleton, Samuel Pendleton, William Tracy son of Sebeth Tracy decd, James Duncan, Sally Duncan, Elizabeth Hunt, George Tracy son of Sebith Tracy, Harrison Tracy, Elizabeth Tracy, Samuel Gillespie and Mahala Gillespie, heirs at law of Thomas Tracy decd, by Joshua Burdett their commissioner, to William Downing and Hiram Dickinson; that on 26 Oct. 1853 the heirs of Thomas Tracy decd. filed their petition in the Garrard Circuit Court against Thomas Tracy's heirs in which the land was sold to the parties of the second part at 30.00-1/4 per acre by judgment in said suit, all of which has been paid, now the parties of the first part convey to the party of the second part the tract of land in Garrard Co. KY on the road leading from Bryantsville to the mouth of Dix River, beg. at Lyron? on W side of the road, then ... to Campbell's corner, then ... to a corner where the division commenses, then ... to the beginning, containing 55-1/2 acres. /s/ Joshua Burdett, Comr. for said heirs. Approved Feb. term 1858. Recorded 8 April 1858.
U-388/389: #5334. 20 March 1858, Elizabeth Duncan of Boyle Co. KY for $200 paid, sell to Robert Branaugh of Garrard Co. KY, the undivided 1/6 of a certain tract of land in Garrard Co. KY owned by Isaac Burchill at the time of his death, and supposed to contain 56-1/2 acres more or less, the interest hereby conveyed being inherited by Elizabeth Duncan as the daughter and heir of said Isaac Burchill, together with appurtenances, warrant title. /s/ Elizabeth (X) Duncan. Wit. W.J. Reiser. She ack. deed 20 March 1858 before R.R. Bolling, Clk of Boyle Co. Court. Recorded Garrard Co. KY 28 May 1858.
Deeds, Vols. V-W 1859-1866 (FHL film 183,251)
V-151: #5747. 31 Aug. 1859, Alvis Duncan and Ann Duncan his wife to Sally Palmer and Jane Palmer, for $300 paid, sell tract of land in Garrard Co. on Masons Fork of Paint Lick formerly? owned by John Palmer decd. & covered by the ?? papers of said decedant supposed to contain 136 acres more or less, our interest being one undivided eleventh part of said tract of land, warrant title. /s/ Alvis Duncan, Ann (X) Duncan. Ack. before Evi B. Farley, Clerk of Miller Co., Missouri, 31 Aug. 1859. Recorded Garrard Co. KY 15 April 1860.
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