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

Last revised December 14, 2011

JOHNSON CO. KY
Formed 1843 from Floyd, Morgan, Lawrence
Magoffin formed 1860 from Floyd, Johnson, Morgan
Martin formed 1870 from Lawrence, Floyd, Pike, Johnson
 

CENSUS RECORDS

1850 Johnson Co. KY Census
Pg.94, #194, Jeremiah CANDLE 26 KY
                  Lucinda 19 KY
                  Russell 2, William J. 1 KY
                  Absalom DUNCAN 13 VA
 

1860 Johnson Co. KY Census
      No Duncan indexed
 

1870 Johnson Co. KY Census
Paintsville Prct.
Pg.181, #251-252, DUNCAN, James F. 43 VA (white) school teacher $0
                  Martha 29 VA keeping house
                  John M. 12 KY works on farm
                  Lewis 8 KY
                  Margaret F. 5, Martin T. 3 KY
                  (MAD: 1860 Floyd Co. KY census)
 

LAND RECORDS

Johnson Co. KY Deed Indexes (SLC 6/2/2011; copied by CVD)
   Grantors index, v. A-K 1843-1933 (FHL Film 835,698)
      3-370: 1892, Duncan, Andrew W. to Peureannock? Fire Association, Walcott land, Big S
      3-108: 1892, Duncan, A.W. to Mary A. Rhodes, Walcottland, Big S
      4-53: 1893, Duncan, Andrew W. to Fanny B. Smith, tract, Big Sandy
      Quit, did not copy later Duncans
   Grantees index, v. A-D 1843-1933 (FHL Film 835,700)
      Q-549: 1879, Duncan, Coleman, from Henry Cushing, farm
      Quit, did not copy 1892 and later
 

Johnson Co. KY Deed (SLC 10/4/2011)
      Q-549/550: 10 Aug. 1879, Henry Cushing of Marion Co. IN to Coleman Duncan and Mary L. Duncan his wife of Lawrence Co. IN, for $3,500 paid, sell the following lands, beg. on the conditional line between Arch Rismens? and sd Russells, then ... to Howards line, then to the beg. containing 100 acres, also a piece of land on the Mar of Howards forks of Paint creek adj. the Howard farm, containing 150 acres, also a certain piece of land on Barnett's Creek a short distance below Pasketts Mill beg. at a corner of a survey made by Sam Packett, then with Cendill's line, to Barnett's Creek, containing 100 acres, in all 350 acres, together with all appurtenances, and Henry Cushing agrees not to do anything that would change the premises. /s/ Henry Cushing. He appeared 4 Aug. 1879 before William Erwin, Recorder, Lawrence Co. IN Court. Received for Record, Johnson Co. KY, 1 Feb. 1880. (FHL film 835,709; SLC 10/4/2011)
 

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