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Last revised June 28, 2015

BOONE CO. KY
Formed 1798 from Campbell
 

CENSUS RECORDS

1810 Boone Co. KY Census
        No Duncan indexed

1820 Boone Co. KY Census
Pg. 14  John Duncan     000100     - 00000

1830 Boone Co. KY Census
Pg.269  Jno. Duncan     0100,01    - 2100,1

1840 Boone Co. KY Census
Pg.246  John Duncan     1101,001   - 2012,01

1850 Boone Co. KY Census
District 1
Pg.135, #270, James W. DUNCAN 23 KY farmer $6000
                  Malvina 18 KY
Pg.140, #359, James E. DUNCAN 26 KY farmer $10000
                  Mary E. 21 KY
                  J. Anbert? (DUNCAN) (m) 3 KY
                  Rufus ANDERSON 17 NC laborer $800
District 2
Pg.180, #570, John DUNCAN 53 KY farmer $20000
                  Emily 42 VA
                  Mary E. 26, Aleshia J. 20 KY
                  William C. 18 (farmer), Joseph W. 15 KY
                  (MAD: ?? see Kenton Co. KY 1860 census)
 

1860 Boone Co. KY Census
Burlington Town
Pg.282, #295-288, John GAINES 68 VA farmer $4,500-$30,000
                  Polly 55 VA
                  Mary E. CROPPER 16 KY
                  Elizabeth STANSIFER 14 KY
                  James A. DUNCAN 7 KY
Burlington Dist.
Pg.295, #395-382, James E. DUNCAN 36 KY farmer $12,800-$5,000
                  Mary E?. 31 KY
                  Henry A?. 11, John J?. 7 KY
                  J?/T?ustin MILLER (m) 14 KY hand
Pg.309, #514-490, John DUNCAN 63 KY farmer $30,000-$9,000
                  Emily 54 VA
                  Mary C. 36 KY
                  Kate SMITH 12 OH
Petersburg Dist.
Pg.360, #898-873, James W. DUNCAN 33 KY farmer $9000-$2000
                  Louann 23 KY
                  Susan M. 10, James A. 7, John P. 3 KY
                  Jasher? MARIN (m) 21 KY farmhand
Union Dist.
Pg.397, #1188-1149, Francis SMITH (m) 45 PA farmer $1800-$1000
                  Jane 46 KY
                  Sarah DUNCAN 69 VA (blank) $0-$15
Pg.398, #1197-1158, John T. DUNCAN 23 VA manager of farm $0-$225
                  Medaline (f) 17 KY mar/in/yr
 

1870 Boone Co. KY Census
Burlington Dist.
Pg.159, #85-85, ELLIS, Samuel P?. 49 VA (white) farmer $5000-$1150
                  Mary Jane 35 KY keeping house
                  DUNCAN, Annie 16 KY at school
                  Laura A. 14 KY at school
                  Luenia M. (f) 12 KY at school
                  ELLIS, Mary A. 8 KY
                  ELLIS, William 5?/12 KY b.Dec. (months written over)
                  EARLY, Mariah (f) 18 VA (MULATTO) Dom. servant
                  (MAD: Mrs. Mary J. Duncan mar. S.G. Ellis 8/25/1864)
Pg.161, #117-117, DUNCAN, James E. 46 KY (white) farmer $24,800-$4000
                  Mary E. 41 KY keeping house
                  H. Clay (m) 20 KY farm laborer
                  John J. 15 KY
                  Charles 6 KY farm laborer
                  Fannie (f) 4 KY
                  COLEMAN, Fill (m) 50 KY BLACK farm laborer
                  GRADY, Beuff (m) 30 KY BLACK farm laborer
                  Sidney 23 KY BLACK Dom. Servant
Pg.161, #119-119, COLEMAN, Lucy 26 KY BLACK keeping house
                  Thomas 4, Minnie 3, Sallie 6/12 b.Dec. KY BLACK
                  DUNCAN, Minie (f) 60 KY BLACK
                  GAINS, Mary 12 KY BLACK
                  GAINES, Washington 50 KY (white) (blank) $10,400-$8,000
Pg.161, #120-120, [GAINES] Joseph A. 47 KY (white) farmer $25,000-$6,300
                  Martha 46 KY keeping house & family
Town of Burlington
Pg.172, #40-40, GAINES, John 88 VA (white) farmer $6,000-$21,600
                  STANSIFER, Lerrie (f) 24 KY keeping house $0-$3740
                  DUNCAN, James 15 KY farm laborer
                  GAINES, Ruben 78 KY BLACK farm laborer
                  MATSON, William 58 KY BLACK farm laborer
                  Annie 46 KY BLACK keeping house
                  William 10 KY BLACK house servant
Carelton Precinct
Pg.178, #71-71, DUNCAN, Thomas 32 KY (white) farmer $0-$550
                  Meddeline 29 KY keeping house
                  George 6, John 3, Charles 7/12 b.Oct. KY
Town of Florence
Pg.201, #23-23, CLARK, Bernard 53 MD (white) shoe & boot maker $500-$150
                  America (f) 36 KY keeping house
                  DUNCAN, Ben 4 KY BLACK
                  MARSHALL, Jane 30 KY BLACK dom. Servant
                  John 1 KY BLACK
Petersburg Dist.
Pg.207, #40-40, WILLIS, James D. 43 KY (white) farmer $16,000-$3885
                  Virginia 40 KY keeping house
                  Laura B. 18 MS
                  Nannie P. (f) 17 KY
                  Thomas 13 KY
                  Arnold 1 KY
                  BAXTER, Sarah J. 24 KY (white) Dom. servant
                  DUNCAN, Asa 18 KY BLACK farm laborer
Taylorsport District
Pg.223, #57-57, DUNCAN, W. James 43 KY (white) farmer $0-$750
                  Lowisa 33 KY keeping house
                  John 13, Edwin 8, Belle (f) 2 KY
                  (MAD: wife Lowisa, not Louann)
 

MARRIAGE RECORDS

Boone Co. KY Marriages (from index in "Index of Boone Co. KY Marriages 1799-1870" by William & Anne Fitzgerald, FHL book 976.936 V25f)
      A-61: John Duncan and Emily Early, 7/26/1821 (FHL film 465,405)
      B-114: Ann Eliza Duncan to Geo. P. Smith, 1/25/1844 (FHL film 465,405)
      B-191: James D. Duncan to Mary E. Gaines, 2/12/1845 (FHL film 465,405)
      B-192: Aleatha Jane Duncan to Benjamin Gaines, 2/10/1845 (FHL film 465,405)
      C-42: James William Duncan to Malvina Gaines, 2/27/1847 (FHL film 465,406)
      C-350: Mary C. Duncan to Wm. A. Early, 11/30/1850 (last page in book, not signed, blotted; see D-1) (FHL film 465,406)
      D-1: Bond of William A. Early and Daniel Shelton, 30 Nov. 1850, marriage of William A. Early to Mary Catharine Duncan, license issued 30 Nov., married 1 Dec. 1850 by G.H. Scott, returned 3 Feb. 1851. (FHL film 523,724)
      D-2: Bond of Whitfield M. Early and Daniel Shelton, 31 Nov. 1850, marriage of W.M. Early to Electra J. Duncan, wit. J.G. Hamilton; lic. 30 Nov. 1850, married 1 Dec. 1850 by G.H. Scott, returned 3 Feb. 1851. (FHL film 523,724)
      F-35: Bond of Washington W. Gaines and John Gaines, 27 Dec. 1854, marriage of Washington W. Gaines to Susan M. Duncan, wit. M. Hamilton; lic. 27 Dec. 1854, married 27 Dec. 1854 by Samuel Williams, M.G., at the house of Absalom Gaines in presence of Wm. T. Smith, H.P. Cusler, C.C. Graves & A. Gaines. (FHL film 523,724)
      F-243: Consent, 31 March 1856 by John S. Graves for marriage of his dau. Lou Ann to William Duncan; bond 3 April 1856 by James Wm. Duncan and M. Hamilton for marriage of James Wm. Duncan to Lou Ann Graves, license 3 April 1856, married 3 April 1856 by Benj. Lampton at residence of Jno. L. Graves, Boone Co., in presence of Wm. Close?, S.G. Gaines and Albert Price. (FHL film 523,724)
      G-251: Bond of John T. Duncan and Ben F. Riggs, 30 Dec. 1859, for marriage of John T. Duncan to Medeline Mack, wit. J.G. Hamilton, clerk; lic. 30 Dec. 1859, married 3 Jan. 1860 by C.S. Carter?, at Teyshire? Macks, Boone Co. KY, in presence of H. Calvert, Fielding Crisline?; returned 27 Feb. 1860. (FHL film 523,725)
      H-65: Bond of S.G. Ellis and Nathl. Carpenter, 24 Aug. 1864, for marriage of S.G. Ellis to Mary J. Duncan; lic. 24 Aug. 1864, married 25 Aug. 1864 by J.H. Bromgmels, Mr. S.G. Ellis and Mrs. Mary J. Duncan at Mrs. Mary J. Duncan's in Boone Co. KY in presence of J.R. McKenzie, Saml. Cowan and R.M. Johnson; returned 26 Aug. 1864. (FHL film 523,726)
      H-221: Bond of William T. German and John J. German, 18 Oct. 1866, for marriage of Wm. T. German to Mary C. Duncan, "see certificate filed"; lic. 18 Oct. 1866, married 18 Oct. 1866 by James A. Kutley? at her residence in Boone Co. KY in presence of Alfred Foster, Jas. German and (blank) Ellis; return 20 Oct. 1866. (FHL film 523,726)
      I-46 (2nd): Bond of R.A. Brady and J.A. Gaines, 6 Jan. 1868, for marriage of R.A. Brady to Susan M. Duncan. (FHL film 523,726)
      J-40: Certificate of marriage, 7 Jan. 1868, married Robert A. Brady and Susan M. Duncan at her father's in Boone Co. KY in presence of James Duncan, Elijah Howard and Joseph Lillard, by James A. Kirley; returned 18 Jan. 1868. (FHL film 523,727)
 

The Boone Co. KY Public Library has posted the complete booklet "An Index of Boone County, Kentucky, Marriages 1799-1870 : Compiled from marriage records in the Office of the County Court Clerk at Burlington, Kentucky" by William and Anne Fitzgerald, 31 Dortha Avenue, Florence, Kentucky, 1960. They also have an index to early wills and other genealogy material. (web address from Michael Evans 8/2008)
      http://www.bcpl.org/lhg/families
 

VITAL RECORDS

Boone Co. KY Vital Records; Deaths, 1853, pg.1 (FHL film 216,817)
      Malvina Duncan, white, age 21, female, married, parents Al (Ab?) (H.) & Fanny Gaines, died March 15, Boone Co. KY, of Chilabra.
 

ESTATE RECORDS

Boone Co. KY Will Book H (FHL film 523,719; from information from Michael Evans 8/2008)
      Will Book H, pg.327-328: January 25th, 1864 - Surveyed for the widow and heirs of W.C. Duncan decd, 156 acres of land lying on the waters of Woolfer and Willoughby creeks, bounded thus:
      Beginning at two beach trees near the top of a hill, a corner with Mrs. Foster and Allen Miner, thence with said Miner's lines S 71 deg. W 98 poles to an elm tree and stake on a branch, thence S 62 deg. W 47-2/3 poles to two sugar trees and a buckeye in Allen Miner's line, a corner with Rufus Anderson, thence with said Anderson's lines S 27-3/4 deg. E 102-3/4 poles to a stake; thence N 60 deg. E 14 poles to two white oak trees, thence S 29 deg. E 60-2/3 poles to a stone, a corner with Anderson, Nathan W. Allen & Richard M. Johnson; thence N 58-1/4 deg. E 184-4/5 poles to a stake, Johnson's corner in Mrs. Foster's line; thence with said line N 50 deg. W 144-3/4 poles to the beginning.
      The foregoing survey was then divided as follows (sketch of land showing outside lines, lots No.1, 2 and 3 of 37+ acres, and lot for Mrs. Mary Jane Duncan of 44 acres):
      Mrs. Mary Jane Duncan's dower contains 44 acres, beginning at a stake, a corner with Richd. M. Johnson, on Mrs. Foster's line; thence with sd line N 50 deg. W 123-1/2 poles to the center of the road leading to the mouth of Ashby's Fork; thence with the meanders of said road S 1 deg. W 18 poles, S 39-3/4 deg. E 32 poles, S 12-1/2 deg. E 18 poles to a stone on said road; thence S 58-1/4 deg. W 38 poles to a stone; thence S 35-1/2 deg. E 27 poles to a stone in the lane; thence S 54 deg. W 56 poles to a stone; thence S 4-1/2 deg. W 35-3/4 poles to a stake where Richd. M. Johnson's line crosses a branch; thence with said line N 58-1/4 deg. E 159-1/2 poles to the beginning.
      Lot No. 1 contains 37-1/3 acres, beginning at a stone, a corner with Rufus Anderson, Nathan W. Allen and Richd. M. Johnsons; thence with Johnson's line N 58-1/4 deg. E 25-1/3 poles to a stake on a branch, a corner of the dower; thence with the line thereof N 4-1/2 deg. E 35-3/4 poles to a stone; thence N 54 deg. E 56 poles to a stone in the lane; thence N 35-1/2 deg. W 27 poles to a stone, a corner of the dower; thence S 75-3/4 (MAD: 75 written over 74) deg. W 114-1/2 poles to a stone in Rufus Anderson's line; thence with his lines S 27-3/4 deg. E 34-1/4 poles to a stake; thence N 60 deg. E 14 poles to two white oak trees; thence S 29 deg. E 60-2/3 poles to the beginning.
      Lot No. 2 contains 31-3/5 acres, beginning [at] two sugar trees and a buckeye in Allen Miner's line, a corner with Rufus Anderson; thence with sd. Anderson's line S 27-3/4 deg. E 68-1/2 poles to a stone, a corner of Lot No.1; thence N 75-3/4 [deg.] E 114-1/2 poles to a stone, a corner of Lot No.1, and of the dower; thence N 58-1/4 deg. E 38 poles to a stone on the road leading to the mouth of Ashley's Fork; thence along said road N 12-1/2 deg. W one pole; thence S 58-1/4 deg. W 38 poles to a stake, one pole from the corner of the dower and Lot No.1; thence running parallel with a line of said Lot S 75-3/4 deg. W 36 poles to a stake; thence N 26-3/4 deg. W 81-2/5 poles to a stone on Allen Miner's line; thence with his line S 71 deg. W 30-1/2 poles to an elm tree and stake on a branch; thence S 62 deg. W 47-2/3 poles to the beginning.
      Lot No. 3 contains 37-1/10 acres, beginning at two beech trees near the top of a hill, a corner with Mrs. Foster and Allen Miners' thence with said Miner's line S 71 deg. W 67-1/2 poles to a stone, a corner of Lot No.2; thence S 26-3/4 deg. E 81-2/5 poles to a stake, corner of Lot No.2, one pole from the line of Lot No.1; thence running parallel with sd line N 75-3/4 deg. E 36 poles to a stake, one pole from the (Page 328) corner of the dower; thence running parallel with a line thereof N 58-1/4 deg. E 38 poles to a corner of the outlet to Lot No.2 on the road leading to the mouth of Ashley's Fork; thence with the meander of said road at 12-1/2 deg. W 17 poles, N 39-3/4 deg. W 32 poles, N 1 deg. E 8 poles, a corner of the dower, where Mrs. Foster's line crosses said road; thence with her line N 50 deg. W 21-1/2 poles to the beginning (See plat on proceeding page). Fee $8. /s/ M.S. Rice, S.B.C.
      Whereas an order was made at the last term of the Boone County Court appointing the undersigned commissioners to survey, divide and allot between and amongst the widow and heirs of W.C. Duncan decd, a certain described tract of land in said county according to the rights and interests of the parties.
      Wherefore we met on the 25th instant upon the sd tract of land, and after having been duly sworn as required by law, we proceeded to survey and examine the same, in order to ascertain the number of acres, qualify (MAD: quality?) of the said, extent of improvements, the situation of the timber &c and haveing satisfied ourselves in reference to all the advantages and conveniences we next proceeded to lay off and set apart to Mrs. Mary Jane Duncan for her dower, 44 acres of the said tract including the dwelling house and other buildings, the orchard, a portion of the wood and timber land and also a portion of the cleaned, tillable ground, together with a fair proportion of the fencing on the farm; and the said dower is in our judgement worth one third of the value of the whole tract of land and its appertenances.
      We next divided the ballance of the land into three lots of as equal value and convenient forms as our judgements would enable us to make them.
      For a description & representation of the whole tract, and also the dower and the three lots into which the ballance of the land is divided we refer to the foregoing surveys report and plat.
      Having completed the division, we next set apart the lots to the children (heirs) by drawing tickets, which resulted as follows:
      Lurence Madaline Duncan drew Lot No. 2
      Laura Alice " " Lot No. 1
      Ann Eliza " " Lot No. 3
      Given under our hands this 27th day of January 1864, Commis. Fee $6. /s/ N. Carpenter, N.W. Allen, M.S. Rice, Commis.
      Boone County court. April Term 1864.
      The foregoing report of the division of the lands of W.C. Duncan deceased was this day returned to court, approved, and ordered to be recorded.
      Same is duly recorded. /s/ Lewis N. Webb Clk. by Edwd. Webb D.C.
 

LAND RECORDS

Boone Co. KY Deed Index, 1799-1852 (FHL film 511,691; copied by CVD)
      D-406: Duncan, John to Johnson Bradley
      D-413: Duncan, John to same
      D-88: Duncan, John from Johnson Bradley
      D-266: Duncan, John from Johnson Bradley
      D-356: Duncan, John from John T. Johnson
      D-413: Duncan, John from Johnson Bradley
      D-414: Duncan, John from same
      D-470: Duncan, John from same
      E-50: Duncan, John to Johnson Bradley
      E-51: Duncan, John to same
      E-164: Duncan, John to Thomas Green
      E-235: Duncan, John to Thomas Layton
      E-504: Duncan, John to John Yager
      E-240: Duncan, John from Thomas Green
      E-355: Duncan, John from Stephen Bradley
      F-10: Duncan, John to Robert Carter
      H-87: Duncan, John from Neal Riddell
      I-298: Duncan, John to William Vanter
      I-115: Duncan, John from Ambrose Crisler
      I-271: Duncan, John from William Vanter
      I-331: Duncan, John from Lewis Riddell's exors
      K-437: Duncan, John to Johnson Bradley
      K-438: Duncan, John to same
      L-219: Duncan, John from Henry F. James
      O-340: Duncan, John from Ben E. Gararett (sic) (MAD: should be from Lucy Willoughby)
      O-357: Duncan, John from Joseph Chambers
      P-524: Duncan, Wm. & Abs. Gains from Squire G. Scott
      Q-440: Duncan, James from Absalom Gaines
      R-40: Duncan, John to James E. Duncan
      R-196: Duncan, James Wm. from John Cave &c
      R-40: Duncan, James E. from John Duncan
 

Boone Co. KY Deeds (SLC 10/4/2011 and 9/22/2012)
      D-88: 20 Dec. 1817, Johnson Bradly to John Duncan, both of town of Burlington, for $900 paid and secured to be paid, sell to said John Duncan, lot in town of Burlington adj. Lot No.12 at the corner of Washington & Union Streets, corner to lot sold by said Bradly to Geord? Throop Lot 4, upon which lot hereby sold & conveyed the frame house built by said Bradly is situated. /s/ Johnson Bradly. Wit. Willis Graves. Johnson Bradly appeared 20 Dec. 1817 before Willis Graves, Clerk of Court. Delivered to John "Ducan" July 14, 1818. (FHL film 511,695)
      D-266: 17 Feb. 1819, Johnson Bradly to John Duncan, both of Boone Co., town of Burlington, for $85 paid, sell to said John Duncan two half acre lotts in town of Burlington, Numbers 85 & 93, with their appurtenances. /s/ Johnson Bradly. (no wit.) Johnson Bradly appeared Feb. 17, 1819, before John Gaines, D.C.B.C. Delld. 16 Dec. 1834. (FHL film 511,695)
      D-356: 4 Nov. 1819, John T. Johnson of Scott Co. to John Duncan of Boone Co., for $7 pracn?, sell tract or parcel containing 217-1/2 acres in Boone Co. on waters of Gun Powder and bounded ... corner to William Rogers, land lately owned by Nancy Ross. /s/ John T. Johnson. John T. Johnson appeared 5 Nov. 1817 before Willis Graves Clk. of the court, Boone Co. Delivd. to John Duncan Feby. 1820. (FHL film 511,695)
      D-406: 18 March 1820, John Duncan to Johnson Bradly, both of town of Burlington, Boone Co., for $775 paid, sold to Johnson Bradley a tract or parcel of land in Boone Co., corner to William Rogers, containing by survey 100 acres, warrant title. /s/ John Duncan. Wit. Willis Graves. John Duncan appeared March 18, 1820, before Willis Graves, Clerk of the Court. (FHL film 511,695)
      D-413: 21 March 1821, Johnson Bradley to John Duncan, both of Boone Co. and town of Burlington, for $500 paid, Lot 29 in town of Burlington, warrant title. /s/ Johnson Bradley. Wit. Willis Graves. Johnson Bradley appeared 21 March 1820 before Willis Graves, Clerk of Court. (FHL film 511,695)
      D-413/414: 21 March 1820, Bond of John Duncan to Johnson Bradley for $1000, that John Duncan hath this day sold to said Bradley 50 acres of land or an undivided moiety of a tract of 100 acres which said Duncan holds by deed from John T. Johnson, lying between the lands of Billingsley Roberts and Willis Calvert about one mile from Burlington near the east bend road for the consideration of $500 paid, now if Duncan shall convey the afsd 50 acres unto said Bradley by a deed of general warranty when demanded, this obligation to be void. /s/ John Duncan. Wit. Willis Graves. John Duncan appeared before Willis Graves, Clerk of Court (no date). (FHL film 511,695)
      D-414: 21 March 1820, Johnson Bradley of town of Burlington, Boone Co. KY, appoint my friend John Duncan of afsd my attorney in fact ... to convey to Thomas Green by deed the legal title I hold to a certain piece of ground, being part of Lot No.4 in town of Burlington, being the SW corner of said lott, on Union and Washington Streets, the deed to be made when Bradley receives a deed conveying title from Thomas Layton to said Bradley ... /s/ Johnson Bradley. Wit. N.T. Hopkins, Edmund F. Vawter. Johnson Bradley appeared before Willis Graves, Clerk of Court. (FHL film 511,695)
      D-470: 7 Aug. 1820, Johnson Bradley of Boone Co. KY, to John Duncan of afsd, for $800 paid and secured to be paid, sold to said John Duncan a lot or piece of ground in town of Burlington, being part of Lot No.20, at the corner of Lot No.4 on Washington Street, to Garrard Street, warrant title. /s/ Johnson Bradley. Johnson Bradley appeared Aug. 7, 1820 before Willis Graves, Clerk of Boone Co. Court. (FHL film 511,695)
      E-50/51: 17 Dec. 1820, John Duncan bond to Johnson Bradley for $1,000, that John Duncan has this day sold to said Johnson Bradley a certain lot or parcel of ground in Town of Burlington, Lot 29, for $500 paid, now, said Duncan to convey Lot 29 to said Bradley by a good deed of general warranty at any time when demanded, this obligation to be void. /s/ John Duncan. Wit. C. Chambers. Ack. Dec. 17, 1820, before C. Chambers, Boone Co. KY. (FHL film 511,696; SLC 9/22/2012)
      E-51/52: John Duncan bond to Johnson Bradley for $2,000, that John Duncan has this day sold to said Johnson Bradley a certain tract or parcel of land near Burlington containing 117-1/2 acres, which said tract of land Duncan holds by deed from John T. Johnson lying between the land of Billingsly Roberts and Willis Calvert about one mile from Burlington near the East Bend road, for $1,053 paid, now, said Duncan to convey the afsd 117-1/2 acres of land to said Bradley by a good deed of general warranty at any time when demanded, this obligation to be void. /s/ John Duncan. Wit. C. Chambers. Boone Co., Dec. 17, 1820. This bond ack. by said Duncan before Charles Chambers, Clk. (FHL film 511,696; SLC 9/22/2012)
      E-164: 18 April 1821, John Duncan to Thomas Green, both of Boone Co. KY, for $1500 paid, sell Lot in town of Burlington, being parts of lots No.11 & 13, beg. at the corner of Lot No.12 with Washington & Union Streets, including the house & improvements now occupied by said Green, warrant title. /s/ John Duncan. Boone Co., April 18, 1821, the deed was ack. by Duncan before Willis Graves, Clk. (FHL film 511,696; SLC 9/22/2012)
      E-235: 1 Aug. 1821, John Duncan to Thomas Layton, both of Boone Co. KY, for $450 paid, sell all that parcel of Lot No.20 in Town of Burlington which Duncan has by deed from Johnson Bradley with its appurenances, warrant title. /s/ John Duncan. Wit. Willis Graves. He appeared Aug. 1, 1821, before Willis Graves, Clk. Delivered to Thos. Layton Oct. 12, 1821. (FHL film 511,696; SLC 9/22/2012)
      E-240: 25 August 1821, Thomas Green of Boone Co. KY to John Duncan of afsd, for $2,700 paid, sell tract of land in Boone Co., about one and 1/2 miles NW of Burlington, beg. at a corner of Wm. Cresinberry, containing by survey 150 acres and being the same whereon the said Duncan now lives, and whereon the said Thomas Green formerly lived, warrant title. /s/ Thomas Green. Wit. C. Chambers. He appeared 25 Aug. 1821 before C. Chambers, Clk. (FHL film 511,696; SLC 9/22/2012)
      E-355/356: 6 June 1822, Stephen Bradley to John Duncan, both of Boone Co. KY, for $50 paid and secured to be paid, sell tract of land in Boone Co. on waters of Woolperts Creek, corner to said Duncan and Valentine Bartin, containing by survey 42-1/2 acres, which tract of land said Bradley holds by deed from the Sheriff of Boone Co., with appurtenances, warrant title. /s/ Stephen Bradly. He appeared June 6, 1822, before Willis Graves, Clk. (FHL film 511,696; SLC 9/22/2012)
      E-504/505: 7 April 1823, John Duncan to John Yager, all of Boone Co. KY, for $100 paid, sell tract of land in Boone Co. beg. at a stake in Willis Graves line, then to ... corner of said Yager, containing 17-1/2 acres, warrant title. /s/ John Duncan, Emily Duncan. Wit. Ch. Chambers. Jno. Duncan and Emily his wife appeared April 7, 1823, before Charles Chambers and Emily relinquished her right of dower. (FHL film 511,696; SLC 9/22/2012)
      F-10: 3 June 1823, John Duncan to Robert Carter, both of Boone Co. KY, for $200 paid and secured to be paid, sell two half-acre lots in town of Burlington, No.84 and 85, warrant title. /s/ John Duncan. Wit. Willis Graves. He appeared June 3, 1823, before Willis Graves, Clk. Side note: 30 Dec. 1824, Emily Duncan appeared before J.G. Hamilton, DC for Willis Graves, Clk, and relinquished her right of dower. (FHL film 511,696; SLC 9/22/2012)
      H-87/88: 30 Nov. 1829, Neal Riddell of Boone Co. KY to John Duncan of same, for $372-1/2 paid, sell tract of land on waters of Woolper Creek in county afsd, beg. on the Petersburgh road corner of Gabriel Tandy, containing 74 acres and a half more or less, with appurtenances, warrant title. /s/ Neal Riddell. Wit. J.G. Hamilton. He appeared before Willis Graves, Clerk of Boone Co. KY Court, 30 Nov. 1829, by J.G. Hamilton, D.C. (FHL film 511,698; SLC 9/22/2012)
      I-115/116: Whereas Ambrose Crisler, now deceased, in his lifetime purchased of Eli Morehead who is also now deceased 40 acres of land whereon the said Ambrose Crisler resided at his decease for $450 to be paid in divers payments, and Eli Morehead executed a bond for a deed of general warranty to be made on final payment of all purchase money, and Ambrose Crisler departed this life before having completed the payment of the purchase money and therefore had not obtained a deed, and Lewis Crisler guardian of Adam Crisler and Sarah Ann Crisler infant heirs of afsd Ambrose Crisler decd filed a petition in the Boone Circuit Court and at May term 1831 obtained a decree to sell the afsd 40 acres, and Lewis Webb was appointed a Commissioner to sell the land, sold to John Duncan of Boone Co. KY the 40 acres afsd for $156, being the highest bid, and John Duncan having executed his note for the $156 with David B. Cressinlevy? his security payable to Lewis Crister guardian afsd on 1 Sept. 1832, and also to Jemima Crisler widow and relict of said Ambrose Crisler decd his note for $30 for the right of dower to the afsd tract of 40 acres; therefore this deed 15 Oct. 1831 between Lewis Webb commissioner to John Duncan, both Boone Co. KY, for $156 secured to be paid to Lewis Crisler guardian, convey to John Duncan that tract of land, beginning at two beech in a line of Merry Walkers land recently sold to Neal Riddell and at present belonging to said Duncan, then ... to ... old compromised line, then ... corner of Moses Mansfield near the mouth of a drain, then ... with a line of said Duncan ... to the beginning containing 40 acres more or less, with its appurtenances. Jemima Crisler widow hereby relinquishes her right of dower. /s/ Lewis Webb, Jamima Crisler. They appeared Oct. 15, 1831, before Willis Graves, Clerk of Boone Co. Court. Recorded 4 Nov. 1831, when Jemima Crisler relinquished her dower. (FHL film 511,699; SLC 9/22/2012)
      I-271/272: 8 Aug. 1833, William Vawter, trustee for Jane Minor and her children of Boone Co. KY to John Duncan of afsd, for $100 to sd Vawler in trust as afsd, paid or secured to be paid, sold to said John Duncan tract of land on waters of Woolperts in Boone Co. containing 20 acres, being the east half of 40 acres heretofore purchased by said Duncan of Lewis Webb as commissioner for heirs of Ambrose Crisler, warrant title, nevertheless subject to the condition that if said William Vawter as trustee for Jane Miner and her children or the said Jane Minor or any of her children will pay to said John Duncan $100 on or before 1 March 1835, this obligation or deed to be void. /s/ William Vawter. Statement by J.G. Hamilton, deputy clerk for Willis Graves, Clerk of Boone Co. Court, ... deed of mortgage produced by said Wm. Vawter, 8 Aug. 1833. (FHL film 511,699; SLC 9/22/2012)
      I-298/299: Deed of trust, 7 Aug. 1832, John Duncan of Boone Co. KY to William Vawter a trustee for Jane Minor and her children of afsd, for $872 delivered to William Vawter in trust for Jane Minor and her children by Angust Rucker, father to said Jane, of Madison Co. VA, and by said William to said Duncan in hand paid, Duncan conveys to said William Vawter in trust for Jane Minor and her children, tracts of land, one purchased by said Duncan of Neal Riddell containing 74-1/2 acres on the Petersburg road corner of Gabriel Tandy, also a tract of 40 acres purchased by said Duncan of Lewis Webb as Commissioner for the heirs of Ambrose Crisler decd. on the line of Merry Walker's land recently sold to Neal Riddell, the tract purchased by Duncan of Riddell, then ... corner of Moses Maxfield, then ... said Duncan, ... in the whole 114-1/2 acres more or less, to William Vawter for the benefit of Jane Minor during her natural life and at her death the title to pass to her children, warrant title. /s/ John Duncan, Emily (X) Duncan. They appeared 8 Aug. 1833 before J.G. Hamilton deputy clerk for Willis Graves, Clerk. Side note: 10 July 1835, Emily Duncan released her right of dower. (FHL film 511,699; SLC 9/22/2012)
      I-331/333: Whereas Lewis Riddell now deceased sold in his lifetime to George Maxfield a tract of land where said Maxfield then lived containing about 73 acres and made a bond dated 17 March 1827 for $850 to make a good warranty for the land upon Maxfield's paying off a note for $600.50 dated 17 March 1827, and George Maxfield endorsed on the title bond assigned the same to Ch. Chambers on 18 March 1829, and Ch. Chambers by written assignment without recourse endorsed the title bond on 29 Dec. 1832 to John Duncan, and Lewis Riddell in his lifetime prosecuted a suit on the notes given by George Maxfield which suit was revived? after the death of Lewis Riddell by his executors and a judgment obtained for the amount of the notes subject to a credit of $130.50 paid by Maxfield to Riddell in his lifetime and John Duncan having paid and secured to be paid the balance of said note, being $600 now due of principal and interest and costs and desiring the executors to make him a deed pursuant to the bond of Lewis Riddell, and the said Lewis Riddell having departed this life and by will appointed Ch. Chambers, John Piate? and his wife Ann Riddell who is since also deceased, his executors, and the executors are satisfied that the consideration money has all been paid or well secured to be paid, to wit, the said $130.50 to Riddell in his lifetime and the balance of $600 to his executors; Therefore this deed 1 April 1833 between said Ch. Chambers and John Piate surviving executors of will of Lewis Riddell decd. to John Duncan, all of Boone Co. KY, for premises aforesaid, sell to John Duncan the afsd tract of land in county & state afsd on waters of Woolper, corner of E. Miner, corner to Mills Wilks? crossing the middle fork of Woolpen, containing 73 acres more or less, being the same land named in the title bond, warrant title. 1 April 1833. /s/ Ch. Chambers, Jno. Piate. They appeared 1 April 1833 before J.G. Hamilton, deputy clerk for Willis Graves, Clerk of Boone County Court. (FHL film 511,699; SLC 9/22/2012)
      K-437: 14 Sept. 1829, John Duncan and Emily Duncan his wife of Boone Co. KY to Johnson Bradley of afsd, for $700 paid, sell tract of land on the head waters of Middle Creek and near to Green Powder in County afsd, beg. corner of John W. Yager on the road from Burlington to East Bend, then ... corner of Valentine M. Calvert, then ... line of Edmund Vaughn and corner of said Calvert, then ... corner of said Yager, then ... to the beginning, containing 100 acres more or less, with appurtenances, warrant title. In witness whereof, the said John Duncan together with Emily Duncan his wife who hereby relinquishes her dower, set their hands and seals. /s/ John Duncan, (blank). John Duncan ack. deed 14 Sept. 1829 before J.G. Hamilton, deputy clerk for Willis Graves, Boone Co. KY, /s/ 2 Feb. 1837, J.G. Hamilton. (FHL film 511,700; SLC 9/22/2012)
      K-438: 14 Sept. 1829, John Duncan to Johnson Bradly, both of Boone Co. KY, for $50 paid, sell lot of ground in Town of Burlington on corner of Washington Street and Nicholas Street containing 100 feet on the former and 132 feet on the latter, Lot 29, warrant title. In witness whereof, the said John Duncan together with Emily Duncan his wife who hereby relinquishes her dower, set their hands and seals. /s/ John Duncan, (blank). John Duncan ack. deed 14 Sept. 1829 before J.G. Hamilton, deputy clerk for Willis Graves, Boone Co. KY, /s/ 2 Feb. 1837, J.G. Hamilton. (FHL film 511,700; SLC 9/22/2012)
      L-219/220: 13 June 1838, Henry F. James and Frances James his wife of Boone Co. KY to John Duncan of afsd, for $5,000 paid and secured to be paid, sell tract of land on Woolper Creek in county & state afsd, beg. corner of the Barton tract in James Jugiams line, then ... corner to Richard Gaines and heirs of N. Thomas decd, then with Gaines line ... corner in sd. Jno. Duncan's line, then ... Hughes branch, then ... to the intersection of sd. branch with Woolper Creek, then up the creek ... to ... James Ingrams line, supposed to contain 335 acres more or less, which Henry F. James holds by deed from John Ross and wife recorded in Boone Co. Book G pg.538, together with appurtenances, warrant title. Frances, wife of Henry F. James, relinquishes her right of dower. /s/ Henry F. James, Frances James. They appeared 15 June 1838 before J.G. Hamilton, Clerk of Boone Co. Court. (FHL film 511,701; SLC 9/22/2012)
      O-340: 1 Jan. 1845, Lucy Willoughby to John Duncan, both Boone Co. KY, for $333-1/3 paid, sell tract of land in Boone Co. beg. at corner of Wyatt & Philips preemption, then ... side of a hill near a drain, then ... line of Howard & Philips, containing by survey 33-1/3 acres on the waters of Woolper and Willoughby Creeks, together with appurtenances. /s/ Lucy (X) Willoughby. Wit. J.G. Hamilton. She appeared 20 Jan. 1845 before J.G. Hamilton, Clerk of Boone Co. KY Court. (FHL film 511,704; SLC 9/22/2012) (MAD: Next deed was from Benjamin E. Gainett to Gideon Clore)
      O-357/358: 5 March 1844, Joseph Chambers of Kenton Co. KY to John Duncan of Boone Co. KY, for $2,500 paid, sell 4 tracts of land in Boone Co. KY on waters of Woolper & Willoughby Creeks adj. to each other. The first beg. in a line of Howard & Philips preemption, then with a line of Lucy Willoughby, ... line of said Phililps & Howard, containing 66-2/3 acres. The second beg. in a line of Philips & Howard corner of Lot No.3 in the division among the heirs of Barnet Rogers decd, then ... corner of sd. Philips & Ultyall's? preemption, containing 92 acres. The third beg. corner of Philips & Ulgates preemption, then ... another line of said Stephens, then ... with James Haydon's line, containing 73-1/2 acres, making in the three tracts, 232-2/3 acres. The fourth of said tracts beg. at R. Selains? (Selerens?) line, to corner on his line and C. Allen's 50 acres, then with Allen's line to a corner on the land formerly owned by Ben Morley? ... to the Stephenses old tract, containing 50 acres, together with appurtenances, warrant title, Mary Chambers wife of Joseph Chambers relinquishes her right of dower. /s/ Joseph Chambers, Mary Chambers. They appeared 3 March 1845 before J.G. Hamilton, Clerk, Boone Co. KY. (FHL film 511,704; SLC 9/22/2012)
      P-524/525: 18 March 1848, Squire G. Scott of Boone Co. KY to Absalom Gaines and James William Duncan of same, for $7,410.80 paid and secured to be paid, sell to said Absalom Gaines and James W. Duncan a parcel or tract of land in Boone Co. on Woolper Creek, corner of a survey made for John Cave in Mrs. Margaret Rives? line on north side of the Burlington Road, then with the road to William Watters spring branch corner of Elijah Ryle, then down the said branch by the several meanders ... corner of C. Carpenter, Robert Maxfield's line, corner of John Campbell, corner of Whites heirs and also corner to said small survey for Cave, containing 370 acres 2 roods and 7 perches, warrant title. /s/ S.G. Scott, H. Scott. Squire G. Scott and wife Harriet Scott appeared before J.G. Hamilton, Clerk of the Boone Co. Court, 18 March 1848. (FHL film 511,705)
      Q-440/441: 7 Jan. 1850, Absalom Gaines to James Duncan, both of Boone Co. KY, for $1,800 secured to be paid by note of the party of the second part, sell real estate in said county, beg. at an original corner of Philips & Wyatts preemptions, then with a line of the purchase of Thurston's heirs ... to a corner on Woolper Creek, up the center of the creek ... to Wyatts line, then with the purchase of Comles? (Combs?) ..., line of Wyatt & Philips, ... corner of the purchase of Rogers heirs, ... corner of Lot No.1 in the division of the afsd heirs of said Rogers, then ... containing 327-1/2 acres more or less, being the same tract conveyed by James Haydon to the party of the first part 24 May 1844 recorded Book Q pg.181 of Boone Co. records, warrant title. /s/ Absalom Gaines. He appeared before J.G. Hamilton, Clerk of Boone Co. KY Court, 7 Jan. 1850. (FHL film 511,706)
      R-40/41: 1 Jan. 1850, John Duncan to James E. Duncan, both of Boone Co. KY, for $2,900 paid or secured to be paid by said James E. Duncan, sell to sd. James E. Duncan all the tract or parcel of land in Boone Co. KY on waters of Woolper and Willoughby Creeks containing 160 acres, bounded ... an original corner of Philips & Wyatts preemption, ... to a stone corner of Lot No.1, then with said lot ... a poplar on the point of a ridge, ... stake in the road, then with the road ... and all the interest both at law and in equity of him the sd. John Duncan to the premises and every part thereof, together with the privileges and appurtenances, and said John Duncan for himself and for his executors and administrators doth promise and agree with the said James E. Duncan his executors and administrators to warrant title ... the said John Duncan together with Emily Duncan his wife who hereby relinquishes all her right of dower ... /s/ John Duncan, Emily (X) Duncan. On 29 Jan. 1850 John Duncan appeared before J.G. Hamilton, Clerk of Boone Co. Court, and on 16 Oct. then next (1850) ensuing Emily Duncan appeared before J.G. Hamilton and released her right of dower. (FHL film 511,707)
      R-196: 3 Feb. 1851, Willis White and John Cave of Boone Co. for $400 paid or secured to be paid, sold to James William Duncan a small tract or parcel of land in said county on the road leading from Burlington to Belleview adj. the lands of Rice and said Duncan, beg. at Rice's corner on the said road, then ... corner with Maxfield and said Duncan, then ... north side of the road corner with said Duncan in Rice's line, ... containing 16 acres and 3 roods, warrant title. /s/ Willis White, John Cave. They appeared 3 March 1851 before J.G. Hamilton, Boone Co. Clerk. (FHL film 511,707)
 

REFERENCES FROM OTHER LOCALITIES

Scott Co. KY Deed
   Deed Vol.U, 1846-1848 (FHL film 183,220 or FHL film 1,876,554 item 2)
      U-173: 29 Sept. 1847, John Duncan and William Duncan and Malvina his wife of Scott Co. KY, to George W. Johnson of afsd, for $3,240 paid, sell tract of land in Scott Co. KY beg. in Henry Stevenson's, then the Calhoun? road, then corner to Henry Stevensons, then to the beginning, containing 54 acres more or less, together with improvements etc., warrant title. /s/ John Duncan, James W. Duncan, Malvina Duncan. John Duncan, James Duncan and Malvina his wife appeared before John T. Johnson, Clerk of Scott Co. KY, 29 Sept. 1847. Deed from John Duncan and James William Duncan and Malvina Duncan the wife of said James W. Duncan was produced in Boone Co. court, and Malvina Duncan was examined Oct. 25, 1847. Filed in Scott Co. KY court November 1847. (FHL film 183,220 or 1,876,554)
 

Lewis Co. MO Deeds (SLC 7/15/2014; have JPG images)
      S-167: John Duncan of Boone Co. KY appoint Joseph W. Duncan of Town of Monticello, Lewis Co. MO, my attorney to collect all sums of money, etc. 26 Aug. 1859. /s/ John Duncan. Ack. before John Cave, Clerk of Boone Co. KY Circuit Court, 26 Aug. 1859. Filed for record Sept. 5, 1859. (FHL film 1,015,174)
      S-535/536: Adolphus V. Anderson and Amanda Anderson his wife of town of Monticello, Lewis Co. MO, for $385 paid by John Duncan of Boone Co. KY, sell real estate, Lots 8, 9 and 10 in Block 1 in Durkees addition to town of Monticello, Lewis Co. MO, warrant title. 23 Jan. 1860. /s/ Adelphus N. Anderson, Amanda Anderson. Ack. 23 Jan. 1860 before William G. Watson, Clerk of Lewis Co. Court. Filed for record Jan. (no day) 1860. (indexed as filed Jan. 24, 1860) (FHL film 1,015,174)
 

Lewis Co. MO Deed (have jpg image; SLC 6/5/2015)
      U-280/281: John Duncan and Emily Duncan his wife of Boone Co. KY for $400 paid by Joseph W. Duncan of Lewis Co. MO, sell to said Joseph W. Duncan, Lot No.8, 9 and 10 in Block No.1 in Dinkers Addition to the town of Monticello in Lewis Co. MO, and said Duncan and wife covenanting with said Joseph W. Duncan to warrant the said. 12 Oct. 1860. /s/ John Duncan, Emily Duncan. Ack. in Boone Co. KY 12 Oct. 1860 before the undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Court of Boone Co., John Duncan and Emily Duncan his wife, and Emily Duncan relinquished her right of dower, /s/ M. Hamilton, Clk., Burlington, 12 Oct. 1860. Filed for record Feb. 12, 1861 (in Lewis Co. MO) (FHL film 1,015,175; have jpg image)
 

Madison Co. VA Deeds (FHL film 32,589)
      22-512: 1 Sept. 1857, James N. Earley, John Duncan and Emily Duncan his wife late Emily Early, and Alfred Rucker of Boone Co. KY, appoint Joseph Early of Boone Co. KY attorney ... estate of Joseph Early decd. late of Madison Co. VA. (all signed) Recorded Madison Co. VA 22 Oct. 1857.
      23-150: 18 April 1859, James N. Early and Alfred Rucker of Boone Co. KY appoint John Duncan of Boone Co. KY their attorney ... estate of Joseph Early, decd, of Madison Co. VA. Rec. 13 May 1859, Madison Co. VA.
      (MAD: John Duncan, son of Colin and Catharine Duncan, d. 1/3/1866, aged 68y 11m 29d, wife Emily Early d. 11/4/1864, age 58y 5m 28d, bur. in Duncan cemetery on William McEvoy farm 2 miles from Burlington on Idlewild Road, Boone Co. KY, from "21 Southern Families, Notes & Genealogies" by Elizabeth Pryor Harper, compiled & edited by Patricia Freeman, 1985 (Portland OR Gen. Forum book 929.2 Pry-1, from Margo Thiel 9/1985)
 

HISTORIES before 1923

1888 "KY, a History of the State" 7th Edition (Volume), by Perrin, Battle & Kniffin (FHL book 976.9 D3wt and Evelyn Sigler 7/1982)
      Pg.53-4 (pg.787). EDWIN WILLIAM DUNCAN, MD, physician of Walton [Boone Co.], KY, born in Boone Co., KY, Dec. 30, 1860, second of family of four children born to James W. and Louann (Graves) Duncan. He was reared on a farm, received collegiate education at Georgetown. James W. Duncan, a farmer, was elected circuit court clerk in 1874, served until 1880, and our subject was deputy clerk under him. Edwin W. began the study of medicine in 1882 under Dr. Joseph G. Furnish, of Burlington, KY, and attended the medical lectures of the Ohio Medical College at Cincinnati, where he graduated in 1885, March 6. He settled in Belleview, KY, for 6 months, then went to Walton, KY, where he continues to practice. Baptist Church, Democrat. June 15, 1887, he married Miss Lizzie Jane Kennedy, of near Walton, KY.
      Pg.70-2. THE GRAVES FAMILY, of Kenton. Bartlett Graves, the ancestor of the Graves family, of Kenton Co. KY, and one of the early pioneers of KY, was born in Louisa Co. VA in the year 1766; he was the son of Thomas and Susan (Bartlett) Graves who moved from VA to KY as early as 1785, settling near Bryant's Station, and whose descendants are still numerous in Scott and Fayette Cos. (more on Graves ancestry and family) Bartlett first married Miss Frances Lane, of VA; children: Bartlett, Henry and Polly; Bartlett was a lawyer and lived in Barren Co. near Glasgow, Henry lived near Erlanger and afterward moved to MO, Polly married the late William Grant of Petersburg, Boone Co. Mr. Graves came to Campbell Co., then including Kenton, early in this century. His wife dying, he married Miss Patterson, no children; Left again a widower, he married Miss Betsey Leathers; in 1807 they settled on the farm where the town of Erlanger has recently been laid out. He died in 1858; she in 1867. ... John L. Graves, the eldest son, so long a well known citizen in Kenton and Boone Cos., now lives near Middleton [?Butler Co.], OH, surrounded by an interesting family, the children of his second marriage. His second wife was Miss Martha Lucas, of OH. His first wife was Miss Maria Graves, of Boone Co. KY. The late Mrs. William Duncan, of Burlington [Boone Co.], was one of the daughters of this marriage. Milton W. Graves, the second son of Bartlett and Elizabeth Graves, married Miss Catherine A. Osborne. ... Among great-grandsons of Bartlett Graves are ... Dr. Duncan. (footnote: The notes of the Graves Family were furnished mainly by John L. Graves, Milton W. Graves and Mrs. Anna C. Graves, the three oldest representatives of the name in this branch of the family.)
 

1887 "History of Lewis, Clark, Knox and Scotland Cos. MO" by Goodspeed (FHL book 977.83 H2h and film 924,634)
      Pg.736-7: Lewis Co. J.W. Duncan (deceased) was born in Boone Co. KY in 1833. He is the son of Hon. John Duncan, of Scotch origin, and a native of the same State. Our subject was educated at Georgetown College, and in 1853 began reading law under Senator J. Green. He returned to his native State afterward, and finished his studies at the Louisville law school. He then went to what is now Des Moines, Iowa, where he was admitted, and practiced about a year. During this time he married Mattie E., a daughter of Robert and Eliza (Price) Morris, natives of KY, and of Scotch and German descent, respectively. Her father ... died in 1858, a member of the Presbyterian Church, while her mother is still living. Before the war our subject practiced law in Alexandria and Monticello. In 1861 he entered service in the Confederate Army, fell ill in Arkansas, and died in 1864. Their children were Joseph, deceased; Selden, a bank cashier, in Compass, TX; J.L., druggust, of Denison, TX; and Zeta, the wife of Harry Barkelew. Our subject's widow owns a small farm, where her nephew and his wife live with her. (MAD: Joseph W., son of John & Emilly Early; see Scott Co. KY)
 

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