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Last revised July 22, 2008

NELSON CO. KY
LAND RECORDS - DEEDS
 

Nelson Co. KY Deeds
      4-22: 9 Nov. 1790, George Calhoon to John Quirk, £45, 300 acres on waters of Gilkes Run, adj. John Duncan. (from Robert P. Moore 10/1999)
      4-139: 12 March 1790, Joseph Calvit of Natchez Dist. LA appoint Benjamin Duncan of KY attorney to make deed etc. Wit. Philemon Waters, James Watson. Reg. 11 Jan. 1791 on oath of wit. (FHL film 482,734)
      4-347: 12 Dec. 1791, George Calhoon of Nelson Co. "Virginia" to John Duncan of same, £45, 300 acres on Gilkins Run, being half 600 acre survey in name of Calhoon, adj. John Quirk. Release by Susanna Calhoon. No wit. (FHL film 482,734)
      4-865: 13 May 1794, George Calhoon and wife Susanna of Nelson Co. KY to John Duncan of same, £45, 300 acres on waters of Gilkeys Run and Tarapine Run, being half a 600 acre survey in name of Calhoon, adj. said Duncan and John Quirk. No wit. (FHL film 482,734)
      5-45: 28 June 1794, Richard Overton, Battcocke Lacy and wife Elizabeth, Mary and Sarah Overton, devisees of Clough Overton, by their attorney John Overton, to John Stone, £80, 400 acres on east fork of Simpson's Creek, granted by settlement to Clough Overton, lying between Samuel Duncan and Nathaniel Grigsby. (from Robert P. Moore 10/1999)
      5-115: 28 Sept. 1795, Christopher Graham and wife Isabella to Samuel Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, £50, 100 acres on head of E. fork of Simpsons Creek, being a part of Clough Overton's preemption of 400 acres conveyed to Christoper by Jno. Overton atty in fact for Richard Overton heir at law of said Clough Overton decd by deed 11 Aug. 1795. Wit. William Stone, Smith King, Sally Graham. (FHL film 482,735 and from Robert P. Moore 10/1999)
      5-300: (blank) March 1797, John Duncan and wife Mary of Nelson Co. KY to Raphel Winsalt of same, £30 common money of KY, 100 acres on S. side Beach Fork of Sault River adj. plantation of Joseph Cefsell? and Jonah Winfield and John Williams. No. wit. (FHL film 482,735)
      5-363: 9 Dec. 1797, Greenbery Dorsey and wife Sarah to Samuel Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, £150, 98-1/2 acres near mouth of Lick Run. Wit. Jacob Remey, Wm. Edwards, Wm. Stone. (FHL film 482,735)
      5-364: 2 Dec. 1797, Samuel Duncan and wife Sarah to Jacob Ramey, both Nelson Co. KY, £200, 100 acres at head of E. fork of Simpson's Creek, being a part of Clough Overton's preemption of 400 acres etc. Wit. W.E. Stone, Greenberry Dorsey, Abraham (X) Parish. (FHL film 482,735)
      5-378: 14 Nov. 1797, Daniel Bidwell and wife Rachel (X) to Henry Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, £54, 30 acres "at least" on E. fork of Simpsons Creek, part of land Cornelius Drake purchased of Hite Family 1 April 1793. Wit. James Chambers, Thomas Bayers. (FHL film 482,735)
      5-479: 20 Sept. 1799, John Quirk and wife Rabekah to Ignatius Boles, £25, 10 shillings, 35 acres on east fork of Gilkey's Run, adj. John Duncan. (from Robert P. Moore 10/1999)
      6-1: (blank) Aug. 1801, John Duncan and wife Mary (X) to William Lent, both Nelson Co. KY, 10 shillings, 50 acres on Knelly's branch of Beach Fork, adj. Cornelious Yagers line, John Duncan's 500 acre survey. No wit. (FHL film 482,736)
      6-44: 2 Jan. 1802, Jonah (+) Winfield and wife Milly (+) to John Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, £100, 80 acres on N. side Chaplins fork, part of 150 acre survey in name of George Calhoon sold to William Davison who sold to Winfield, adj. Willis Green, William Davison. No wit. (FHL film 482,736)
      6-264: 12 March 1804, William Williams and wife Nancy (X) to John Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, £150, 100 acres on N. side Chaplins fork, where Williams now lives, adj. John Bungle, bank of Chaplin, Grayham's line, corner to George Duncan. No wit. (FHL film 482,736)
      6-574: 3 Aug. 1807, Christopher Graham and wife Isabella to John Duncan, all Nelson Co. KY, $70, 70 acres on Chaplins fork, adj. Greens line. No wit. (FHL film 482,736)
      6-574: 3 Aug. 1807, Christopher Graham and wife Isabella to James Allen, $100, land (no acres) on Chaplins fork. No wit. (FHL film 482,736)
      6-575: 3 Aug. 1807, Christopher Graham and wife Isabella to Rawley Williams, all Nelson Co. KY, £40, 100 acres. (FHL film 482,736)
      6-580: 13 March 1806, William Williams and wife Nancy of Logan Co. KY to Benjamin Duncan of Ohio Co., $1, 50 acres on Chaplins fork adj. Willis Green's line, Christopher Graham's line. Wit. Christopher Graham, Rolley Williams, Rosey Williams. Rec. on oath of wit. (FHL film 482,736)
      6-581: 3 Aug. 1807, Benjamin Duncan and wife Abigail of Ohio Co. KY to Rawley Williams of Nelson Co. KY, $45, 45 acres on Chaplins fork, adj. Willis Green's line, Christopher Graham's line. No wit. (FHL film 482,736)
      6-642: 9 March 1808, Obediah Truax and wife Eleanor (X) to Henry Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, £39, (no acres) land between said Henry Duncan's land and Turkey Run, adj. James Heasy?'s land, road from Middlebury to mouth of Ashes Creek. No wit. (FHL film 482,736)
      6-713: 10 Oct. 1808, John Duncan and wife Mary (H) to John Williams, both Nelson Co. KY, $100, 97-1/2 acres on Beech Fork adj. Gilkey's Run. No wit. (FHL film 482,736)
      6-714: 10 Oct. 1808, John Duncan and wife Mary (H) to Mildred Winfield, both Nelson Co., $100, 97-1/2 acres on Beech fork (no neighbors). No wit. (FHL film 482,736)
      6-843: 14 Aug. 1809, Thomas (X) Davidson (no wife) of Harrison Co. IN to John Duncan of Nelson Co. KY, £91, (no acres) land on Chaplens fork of Beech fork of Salt River, the same land that was deeded by Christopher Graham to said Thomas Davidson 16 May 1795, adj. George Colhoon's survey, John Pringle's line. No wit. (FHL film 482,736)
      7-370: 17 Feb. 1798, Charles Duncan (no wife) of Nelson Co. KY to Abraham Lambert of same, 5 shillings, 80-1/2 acres on Simpsons Creek which said Duncan bought of Joseph Combs, adj. said Coombs (sic) survey. Wit. William B. Sears?, Coleman Duncan, John Tony?. Ack. in court 17 Aug. 1798. (FHL film 482,737)
      7-371: 30 Jan. 1798, Joseph Combs (no wife) of Mason Co. KY to Charles Duncan of Nelson Co. KY, £26.13, 80-1/2 acres on Simpsons Creek, part of Combes 1000 acre survey, adj. John Minor, Abraham Lambert, Michael Cogurs?. No wit. Rec. 17 Aug. 1798. (FHL film 482,737)
      7-788: 3 Dec. 1812, George Wilkerson to Thomas Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, $243.12-1/2 paid to Abram Lambert, 48-5/8 acres on Simpsons Creek and Plumb Run, incl. the houses and part of the plantation whereon Joseph Yates now lives, being a part of 80-1/2 acres from Abram Lambert to said Wilkerson, mortgaged, and by Lambert to Charles Duncan to Joseph Combs, out of 1000 acre tract adj. John O'Neal, John P. Blanford (also "Blandford"), Philip Fulkerson. Wit. James Allen, Francis Blanford. Note by Abraham Lambert to defend title. (FHL film 482,737)
      8-72: 16 March 1804, William Lent and wife Elizabeth (X) to Charles Duncan, all Nelson Co. KY, $40 paid 7 Jan. 1787 (sic), 46 acres on N. side Beech Fork of Salt River adj. Nicholas Yager, corner Charles Duncan's corner and line. Wit. Christopher Graham, Samuel Duncan, James Allen. (FHL film 482,738)
      8-76: 20 March 1804, Charles (X) Duncan and wife Mary (X) to Samuel Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, $1000, 155 acres on N side Beech Fork of Salt River, adj. Christopher Graham, Neely Run to its junction. Wit. Christo. Graham, James Allan, Charles Duncan. Rec. 11 Sept. 1804 on oath of wit. (FHL film 482,738)
      8-78: 31 March 1804, Charles (X) Duncan and wife Mary (X) to Christopher Graham, £15 VA money paid by John Stillwell on 27 Dec. 1787; Charles Duncan gave title bond to 50 acres which was assigned by Stillwell to James Allen who assigned to Wm. Roberts who assigned to Christopher Graham; deed for 50 acres adj. Thomas Harrises corner. Wit. Charles Duncan, James Allen, Samuel Duncan. Rec. 11 Sept. 1804 on oath of wit. (FHL film 482,738)
      8-79: 20 March 1804, Charles (X) Duncan for love to daughter Rosana Ewing, 2 beds and furniture, horse, negro girl Poll and boy Sam (both age 9), and money if her share of estate is less than the others. Wit. Christopher Graham, Samuel Duncan, James Graham. Rec. 11 Sept. 1804 on oath of wit. (FHL film 482,738)
      8-194: 12 Jan. 1785, Charles (@) Duncan & Samuel Duncan to Christopher Cokendolfer, one house and lot in Jefferson Co., Salem Town, where said Samuel Duncan now lives, for £20 VA money. Wit. Benja. Roberts, Young Ewing. Cokendolfer assigned "the within bill of sale" to Austin Hubbard for value recd, 14 June 1794, wit. Michl. Campbell. Affidavit of Dennis Pursell that Charles Duncan settled lot #92 as to 1/2 and John Duncan settled the other half of said 92, and Samuel Duncan settled 1/4 of an acre lot #91 adj. lot 92 1/4 acre, and afterwards Kirkendolf purchased Saml. Duncan's lot and agreed to give up 1/2 of said 1/4 acre lot to the publick square. Pursell also says Samuel, Charles and John Duncan settled the lots under an advertisement published by William Baird as agent for proprietors of preemption whereon Bairdstown or Salem now stands. 9 Feb. 1800. Wit. Walter Harris, Walter Beall. Clerk's certification of bond from Charles Duncan and Samuel Duncan to Christopher Cokendolfer which was assigned to Austin Hubbard. (FHL film 482,738)
      8-204: 14 Mar. 1806, Charles Ewing of Washington Co. KY to John Finch of Nelson Co., £15, 18 shillings, 65 acres on south side of Beech fork, adj. Grinwell's heirs (from Robert P. Moore 10/1999)
      9-25: 27 Jan. 1810, Abraham Hite and wife Elizabeth, Joseph Hite and wife Sarah, and Robert Breckenridge as exec. of Isaac Hite decd (no locality) to Henry Duncan of Nelson Co. KY, $300, 367 acres on E. fork of Simpson in Nelson Co. KY, part of 2000 acre tract granted to Leven Powell by patent 1 June 1782, sold to Isaac Hite, adj. John Simpson, Turkey Run, Thomas Hardy (Heddy), Obediah Truax, John and Edward Coombs. No wit. (FHL film 482,738)
      10-177: 30 Sept. 1813, William Wren agent for William Wren of Fluvanna Co. VA to George Duncan of Nelson Co. KY, 2 shillings, 14 acres on Ashes Creek adj. Simpson's preemption line, line of Wren, John Carr, Thomas Simpson. Wit. Thomas Duncan, Adam Guthrie, Amos Davis, John Carr. (FHL film 482,739)
      10-190: 26 May 1814, Abraham Hite and wife Elizabeth, Joseph Hite and wife Sarah, and Robert Breckenridge as exor of Isaac Hite decd, to George Duncan of Nelson Co. KY, $100, 58 acres on Ashes Creek, part of grant to Isaac Hite assignee of Leven Powell, 2 Feb. 1786, adj. Charles Symms line, Thomas Heddy, John Carr, Hugh Muldrough, and Thomas Simpson's survey. Eliza Hite appeared in Jefferson Co. KY. (FHL film 482,739)
      10-193: 20 June 1814, John Duncan Sr. and wife Polly of Nelson Co. KY for love to my sons Robert and John Duncan of same, 450 acres on Beech Fork adj. Cornelius Davis and William Lents; land qually divided between them; Robert Duncan's part to have the improvement Robert made; orig. survey 500 acres but John Sr. conveyed 50 acres to William Lents. Both signed, no wit. (FHL film 482,739)
      10-203: 23 April 1814, Henry Duncan and wife Emmilly (sic) of Nelson Co. KY to Edward Coombs of same, £40, land (acres not given) on Simpsons Creek incl. plantation where Coombs now resides, adj. Doct. John Bimeds? corner on road from Bardstown to Frankford, line of heirs of John Coombs. No wit. (FHL film 482,739)
      11-264: 17 July 1815, Samuel Duncan Sr. and wife Sarah to Newel Beauchamp, all Nelson Co. KY, £200, 98-1/2 acres (no neighbors). No wit. (FHL film 482,739)
      11-289: 13 April 1815, Samuel Duncan and wife Sarah (X) of Nelson Co. KY to John Hill, William Lent, Peter Libert, John Wood and Jonathan Knotts of same, trustees for Methodist Episcopal Church, for $1, 3 acres where house now stands known by name of Breathen House, adj. Christopher Graham and Samuel Duncan lines. Wit. William Adams. (FHL film 482,739)
      11-311: 9 Oct. 1815, John McIver of State of VA by his attorney Charles A. Wickliffe, to Robert Duncan and John Duncan Jr. of Nelson Co. KY, $62.25, 62-1/4 acres on Beech Fork of Salt River, part of patent to Valentine Harrison, adj. Harrisons & John Duncan's line (does not say "said John Duncan"), adj. Wiliam Lent, Yager's corner. (FHL film 482,739)
      11-346: (blank day & month) 1815, John Duncan and wife Mary to William Lent, both Nelson Co. KY, 10 shillings, 50 acres on Kneely's branch of Beech Fork, adj. John Duncan, big road; "that is the same fifty acres of land that John Duncan deeded ... to sd Lent" 15 Aug. 1801 but a resurvey finding it lacking, 4-3/4 acres has been deeded again. Rec. 26 Dec. 1815. (FHL film 482,739)
      11-380: 12 Feb. 1816, Robert Duncan and wife Jane of Nelson Co. KY to Andrew Briggs of Washington Co. KY, $875, 160 acres on beech fork, being a part of John Duncan's 500 acre survey, adj. William Hugh; that 50-1/2 acres of this land lying west of the balance adj. Wm. Hughes and Nathan Hobbs, if this land lost, Duncan is bound to pay $5.40 per acre clear of interest; other part of land at $5.50 with interest. No wit. (FHL film 482,739)
      11-537: 25 March 1816, Charles Duncan Sr. of Daviess Co. KY to Samuel Duncan Sr. (sic) of Nelson Co. KY, for love to son, (acres not given), land on Beech Fork on SE corner of John Wren's 500 acre survey; had previously deeded a part to said Samuel Duncan Sr. Wit. William B. Griffith, Chas. Y. Duncan. (FHL film 482,739)
      12-128: 13 Dec. 1816, John Duncan and wife Prudence (X) to William Lent of Washington Co. KY, $755, 153 acres on Beech Fork, part of John Duncan's 500 acre survey, adj. Yager's line, Big Road, Andrew Briggs; that 56 acres of this land lies SW from the balance of the tract, adj. William Hughes, on SW side of a line run off for Curd & Netherlands from William Robertson's NE corner. No wit. (FHL film 483,129)
      12-213: 12 June 1832, Christopher Grayham to John Duncan, $20, 40 acres on Chaplin R., adj. John Duncan decd., Thomas Huston. (from Robert P. Moore 10/1999)
      12-502: 6 Feb. 1818, Samuel Duncan and wife Sarah (X) of Nelson Co. KY to Cornelius Bodine of Hardin Co. KY, $2,250, 155 acres on N side Beach Fork of Salt River, adj. Christopher Graham, Nicholas Yeager, except 4 acres, 3 of which he deeded to trustees for the Methodist Connexion, and one acre to include the Methodist Camp Ground adj. the preacher's house, after which the land is 151 acres more or less. Wit. Jas?. G. Leach. (FHL film 483,129)
      12-504: 6 Feb. 1818, Samuel Duncan and wife Sarah (X) of Nelson Co. KY to Cornelius Bodine of Hardin Co. KY, $250, 50 acres on Keneley's? Run, adj. Woods & Duncan's corner, Housely's Run, Yeager's old line. (FHL film 483,129)
      12-527: 18 March 1818, Samuel Duncan and wife Sarah (X) of Nelson Co. KY to John Hill, ..., trustees of Methodist Episcopal Church, $15, the campground, 1 acre. No wit. (FHL film 483,129)
      13-38: 5 July 1817, Abraham Hite and wife Elizabeth, Joseph Hite and Robert Breckenridge as execs. of Isaac Hite decd., to Seth Duncan of Nelson Co. KY, $900, 600 acres on Roling Fork of Salt River, granted John Summere 2 Dec. 1785 and from his heirs to Abraham Hite & Robert Breckenridge as execs. of Isaac Hite decd., 14 April 1813, adj. Samuel Gardner's 400 acres, Indian Ford. No wit. (FHL film 483,129)
      13-492: 27 June 1818, Henry Duncan of Nelson Co. KY to John Bemiss (Berniss) of same, $20, 2 acres 13 poles on E. Fork of Simpsons Creek, part of tract where said Duncan now lives, adj. line of said Duncan and Berniss. Wit. E.B. Mills, Chs. Kavis (sic), Thomas Hopewell. (FHL film 483,129)
      13-493: 27 June 1818, Henry Duncan and wife Milley (X) of Nelson Co. KY to John Berniss? of same, $100, 30 acres on E. fork Simpsons Creek, being part of 2,000 acre patent to Leven Powell. Wit. E.B. Miles, Thomas Hopewell, Chs. Davis. (FHL film 483,129)
      13-494: 27 June 1818, Henry Duncan and wife Milley (X) of Nelson Co. KY to John Berniss? of same, $1, 7 acres, part of tract where Duncan now lives, on E. Fork of Simpsons Creek, adj. meanders of the mill race. Wit. E.B. Miles, Th. L. Hopewell, Chs. Davis. (FHL film 483,129)
      14-201: 1 Nov. 1820, Seth Duncan and wife Ruamy to William Martin, both Nelson Co. KY, $19.75, tract on the branch that runs into the Rolling Fork of Salt River at head of Indian Ripple, 13 acres 26 poles, on N side said branch, granted to John Summers 2 Dec. 1785 and conveyed by heirs to Abraham Hite and Robert Breckinridge as heirs of Isaac Hite on 14 April 1813, adj. Duncan's lines, adj. Swope's line. /s/ Ruhemah Duncan, Seth Duncan. Wit. Edmund Martin, William Martin Jr. Relinquishment of dower on page 535. (FHL film 483,130)
      14-222: 24 Nov. 1820, Ignatious Magan to George Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, $635.90, 118 acres adj. Thomas Tompson's preemption line, corner Coleman Duncan, being part of 2 military surveys in the name of Charles Simm and including part of Thomas Simpson's preemption, including the plantation George Duncan now lives on, on Ashes Creek. Wit. John Carr, Thomas Moody. (FHL film 483,130) (Robert Moore 10/1999: Ignatious Hagan, not Magan)
      14-223: 24 Nov. 1820, Ignatious Magan to Coleman Duncan and George Duncan, all Nelson Co. KY, $500, 200 acres adj. Thomas Simpson's 1000a preemption, on Ashes Creek, adj. Adam Guthrie's land, being part of military survey in name of Charles Symms and incl. part of tract sold by Thomas Simpson to said Coleman Duncan on Ashes Creek. Wit. John Carr, Thomas Woady (Woody?). (FHL film 483,130) (Robert Moore 10/1999: Ignatious Hagan, not Magan)
      14-317: 14 March 1821, John Duncan of Nelson Co. KY to Prudence Duncan of Daviess Co., negro girl Abla about age 16 now in possession of said Prudence Duncan and John Duncan Jr. for $10. Wit. Hezekiah Hughes, Elijah Hughs. (FHL film 483,130)
      14-318: 14 March 1821, William Hughes of Nelson Co. KY to my daughter Prudence Duncan of Daviess Co. KY, a young negroe woman Metilda and her increased aged about 18 years old, for $10. Wit. Elijah Hughes, Mildred (X) Hughes Junior. (FHL film 483,130)
      14-508: 30 May 1821, Seth Duncan of Nelson Co. KY to Bank of KY, mortgage, 600 acres on Roling Fork of Salt River, by patent to John Summers to Hite etc. to said Seth Duncan by deed 5 July 1817; Seth owes $1,000 and interest at 6%. No wit. (FHL film 483,130)
      14-535: 2 Aug. 1821, examination of Ruhamah Duncan, wife of Seth Duncan regarding deed 14-201. (FHL film 483,130)
      15-9: 28 July 1821, John Duncan Sr. of Nelson Co. KY to my son John Duncan of Daviess Co. KY, negro girl Abbagiel that I got from my father's decd. estate, for $380. Wit. Charles Duncan, John Foster Sr. (FHL film 483,130)
      15-96: 29 Sept. 1821, Mathew J. Duncan to William Miller, both Nelson Co. KY; that Miller loaned Duncan $300; mortgage 2 cows, calf, 1 horse, 53 head hogs, furniture, "in fact all the household and kitchen furniture" etc; due in 50 days. Wit. Bartlett T. Brown, John Berdine. (FHL film 483,130)
      15-112: 18 Aug. 1821, Leven (X) Green to Thomas Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, $100, 25 acres on Simpsons Creek, part of Joseph Comes 1000 acre survey, adj. William Davis, Absalom Hawley. No wife or wit. (FHL film 483,130)
      15-208: 15 Sept. 1821, George Duncan to Joseph Pittman, both Nelson Co. KY, $1, 2 acres 52 poles. Wit. Redmon G. Thomas, Andrew Pittman. (FHL film 483,130)
      15-209: 15 Sept. 1821, Joseph (X) Pittman to George Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, $1, 2 acres 12 poles on Ashes Creek. Wit. Redmon G. Thomas, Andrew Pittman. (FHL film 483,130)
      15-229: 25 Jan. 1822, Benjn. Duncan of Daviess Co. KY to Edw. Haydon, negro Moses age 33 or 34 and wife Sarah age about 35 and their two children, a girl Lutisha age 10 or 11, and boy John age about 2; Edw. Haydon to sell them to pay off Duncan's bonds; balance of money be paid to Duncan. Wit. Warran Duncan. (Indexed as power of attorney) (FHL film 483,130)
      15-296: 17 Nov. 1821, Seth Duncan and wife Ruhamah to Edmund Martin, both Nelson Co. KY, $436, 218 acres on N side Rolling Fork, part of Duncan's 600a survey patented in name of John Summers, adj. Bank of Rolling Fork, Samuel Gardner's 400 acre survey. Both signed. Wit. W. Martin, Mathew Greenwell, Seth Duncan Jr. (FHL film 483,130)
      15-360: 10 June 1822, Joseph Watson and wife Margaret and John O. Haddox and William M. Haddox to John Duncan, all Nelson Co. KY, $232, 72-1/2 acres on N side Chaplins Fork adj. John D. Haddox, Green's line. No wit. (FHL film 483,130)
      16-21: 13 Oct. 1822, Seth Duncan Sr. and wife Ruhamah to Seth Duncan Jr., of Nelson Co. KY, $800, 119 acres on Rolling Fork of Salt River, part of 600 acre patent in name of John Summers, adj. Edmund Martin. No wit. (FHL film 483,131)
      16-45: 13 Aug. 1822, Absalom Hawley of State of KY to Thomas Duncan of Nelson Co. KY, $300, 75 acres on upper side of Plumb Run a branch of Simpson's Creek, adj. John ONeal, Edward Carter, William Davis. No wife. Wit. Garnett Duncan, Ellis Duncan. (FHL film 483,131)
      16-56: 19 Jan. 1823, John Duncan of Nelson Co. KY to Charles Duncan of same, $1, 100 acres on N side Chaplins Fork, being the land that said John Duncan bought of William Williams, adj. John Bringle, Graham, George Dunkan. No wife, no wit. (FHL film 483,131)
      16-116: (blank) June 1823, Henry Duncan and wife Milley to Samuel Merrifield, all Nelson Co. KY, $120, 3 acres 2 rods 20? poles on E side E. Fork Simpsons Creek, being part of tract where said Dunkin now lives, adj. the mill lot that Doctor John Berniss bought of said Dunkan, the mill race. /s/ HENRY DIXON (printed fancy), Milly (X) Duncan. Wit. Marmaduke Berkley, Nancy Duncan. (FHL film 483,131)
      16-169: 3 Oct. 1823, Mathew Duncan and wife Susan C. of Jackson Co. IL to Philip C. Slaughter "(son of James)" of Nelson Co. KY, $250, about 116 acres on Beech Fork whereon the said Philip C. Slaughter lately resided, adj. land conveyed to said Philip by Joshua Norris and wife and whereon he now lives, and adj. lands of John Deal and William Ables, and adj. the Beech Fork. No wit. (FHL film 483,131) (MAD: Matthew Duncan mar. Susanne or Susannah C. Slaughter 11/15/1810 Christian Co. KY)
      16-316: 10 Sept. 1824, Seth Duncan Jr. to James Carter, both Nelson Co. KY, $1000, 119 acres on Roling fork of Salt River, part of 600 acre patent to John Summers ... to Seth Duncan Sr. 5 July 1817, adj. Edmund Martin. No wife, no wit. (FHL film 483,131)
      16-490: 13 Aug. 1825, Benjamin Huston and wife Agnes (X) of Nelson Co. KY to Benjamin Duncan, $2,025, 202-1/2 acres on dividing ridge between Beechfork and Simpsons Creek adj. John Hughes, being the land from Isaac Davis and wife to said Benjamin Houston by deed 31 Aug. 1808. No wit. (FHL film 483,131)
      18-6: 5 Jan. 1829, Charles Duncan and wife Mahala to John Duncan Sr., all Nelson Co. KY, $700, 100 acres N. side Chaplains fork that said Charles Duncan purchased of John Duncan Sr. his father, adj. John Bingles line, Grahams line, George Duncan. Both signed, no wit. (FHL film 483,132)
      18-7: 7 Jan. 1829, Charles Duncan and wife Mahala to William M. Foster, both Nelson Co. KY, in consideration of 23-3/4 acres land and $25 from Foster to Duncan and wife as boot, in the exchange, Duncan conveys to Foster 23-3/4 acres, being designated in the division of lands of John Foster decd among his heirs as Lot 5, the same conveyed to said Duncan and wife by Davis Stone, Thomas Duncan, Hadin Edwards and Joseph Norris, commissioners. No wit. (FHL film 483,132)
      18-15: 7 Jan. 1829, William M. Foster and wife Elenor to Charles Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, in consideration of 23-3/4 acres, deed to Duncan 23-3/4 acres, allotted to Notly Foster, lot #13, heir of John Foster decd, who deeded to William W. (?) Foster (who now deeds to Duncan). (FHL film 483,132)
      18-29: 16 Feb. 1829, James Weathers Jr. and wife Margaret to Charles Duncan, all Nelson Co. KY, $95, 23-3/4 acres on Simsons Creek, Lot 11, heir of John Foster (more not copied). (FHL film 483,132)
      18-29: 9 Nov. 1826, Nelson Co. Court Feb. 1826 appointed Davis Stone, Thomas Duncan, Hader Edwards and Joseph Norris to divide lands of John Foster decd, convey to Mahala Duncan formerly Mahala Foster, Lot 5, 23-3/4 acres. (FHL film 483,132)
      Other Foster heirs in nearby deeds, not copied
      18-113: 5 June 1806, title bond, Henry Duncan (no wife) to William Edwards (who assigned to Spence Minor 19 May 1829) for land on S. side road from Middleburg to Delanys Ferry. (FHL film 483,132)
      18-156: 21 Jan. 1830, John Cooper and wife Mary to Thomas Duncan, all Nelson Co. KY, $500, 140 acres on Simpsons Creek adj. Richard Clark, Huston, William Davis, George Dugan, where said John Cooper now lives. Wit. Thomas Duncan JP, Richd. K. Calvert JP. (FHL film 483,132)
      18-266: 25 Sept. 1830, Robert Duncan of Davies Co. KY appoints William Grayham of Nelson Co. attorney to receive from estate of John Duncan my decd. father, from the exec. Charles Duncan. (FHL film 483,132)
      19-65: 24 Feb. 1831, John Pearl and Henry Pearl for themselves and as attorney for (12 heirs) James Brown, Henry J. Brown, William H. Brown, Samuel Howell and wife Sally late Pearl, Elizabeth Francis late Pearl (no husband given), Hedgman Anderson and wife Rachal late Pearl, John Wyatt and wife Polly late Pearl, (William Pearl given in body of deed but not shown in list of signatures) and Edward Pearl; to James Duncan (no localities), $611.12-1/2, 61 acres 18 poles adj. Big Road, Howell's corner, John Young, being part of 800 acre survey in name of William Pearl now decd. (FHL film 483,133)
      19-118: 10 Nov. 1829, Thomas Duncan to Samuel Morefield, both Nelson Co. KY, $100, land on E. Fork Simpsons Creek adj. where Thomas Duncan now lives, said Morefield's mill lot in John Morefield's stableyard, 5 acres. No wife, no wit. (FHL film 483,133)
      19-169: 10 Nov. 1831, Samuel Morefield and Thomas Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY; that Morefield holds a deed from Henry Duncan to land adj. said Duncan and Morefield; and said Duncan holds land from Henry Duncan; exchange of land. Both Saml. Morefield and Thoms. Duncan signed. (FHL film 483,133)
      19-188: 25 Feb. 1832, Saml. Morefield to Thomas Duncan Jr., both Nelson Co. KY, $110, 23-1/4 acres on Luckey Run branch of E.Fork Simpsons Creek, adj. said Thomas Duncan's land where he now lives, passing Morefield's corner. No wife or wit. (FHL film 483,133)
      19-189: 19 Oct. 1831, Rawleigh Williams (/s/ Rolley) and wife Rosa his wife of Daviess Co. and Elizabeth Coursey of Mississippi, and Robert Duncan (also signed by Jane Duncan) of Daviess Co., Robert Smithers and wife Polly, John Duncan (also signed by Prudence Duncan), Alexander McMakin and Patsy his wife, John Dye and Rebecca his wife, Thomas Huston and Ann his wife, Charles Duncan (also signed by Mahala Duncan), and James Thomas and Margaret his wife of Nelson Co. KY; to Benjamin Duncan of county afsd.; $2,001, all their right as legal heirs of John Duncan decd. to 419 acres in Nelson Co. on Chaplain being part of the land of John Duncan decd., adj. Huston's corner, John Dye's corner. Also /s/ by James W. Tyler and Sarah B. Tyler, she examined in Jefferson Co. KY. Wit. Roamin? Thomas, Richd. K. Calvert. (FHL film 483,133)
      19-192: 19 Oct. 1831, Rawleigh Williams (/s/ Rolley) and wife Rosa his wife of Daviess Co. and Elizabeth Coursey of Mississippi, and Robert Duncan (also signed by Jane Duncan) of Daviess Co., Robert Smithers and wife Polly, John Duncan (also signed by Prudence Duncan), Alexander McMakin and Patsy his wife, John Dye and Rebecca his wife, Thomas Huston and Ann his wife, Charles Duncan (also signed by Mahala Duncan), and James Thomas and Margaret his wife of Nelson Co. KY, and James W. Tyler and Sarah B. his wife of Jefferson Co. KY; to John Dye and Charles Duncan as trustee in the will of John Duncan decd. for the benefit of Rebecca and her children, $190.80 paid by John Dye and $309.18 paid by Charles Duncan as trustee for benefit of Rebeckah Dye, 114 acres on Chaplins, being the place known as Wm. Williams place. (FHL film 483,133)
            Parke Co. IN Deed 2-55, 12/4/1834, Mary Duncan formerly Mary Wood of Nelson Co. KY, sister of John Wood, late of Parke Co. IN, to Charles Duncan and James W. Tyler, for love Mary has for her son Charles and son-in-law James W. Tyler, deeds all her interest in personal or real estate of her brother John Wood; she and Moses Wood are the only heirs of John who died intestate in Parke Co. IN; wit. William M. Foster, Richard K. Calvert. (from "Parke Co. IN Abstract of County Deed Record 2, 1834-1836" Vol.V, by Immogene B. Brown, 1949; FHL book 977.2465 R2L Vol.5.)
      19-194: 1 Oct. 1831, Robert Duncan and wife Jane (X) formerly Jane Grayham to William B.L. Grayham, for a valuable consideration, their right to land patented to Christopher Grayham on Chaplain Fork and Beech Fork of Salt River where Mrs. Robert Grayham now lives, being 1/6 part, Jane an heir of Robert Grayham decd; the deed had not been made from Christopher Grayham the patentee since the death of said Robert or in his lifetime. (FHL film 483,133)
      19-195: 19 Oct. 1831, Rawleigh Williams (/s/ Rolley) and wife Rosa his wife of Daviess Co. and Elizabeth Coursey of Mississippi, and Robert Duncan by William Grayham, Robert Smithers and wife Polly, John Duncan (also signed by Prudence Duncan), Alexander McMakin and Patsy his wife, John Dye and Rebecca his wife, Charles Duncan (also signed by Mahala Duncan), and James Thomas and Margaret his wife of Nelson Co. KY, and James W. Tyler and Sarah B. his wife of Jefferson Co. KY; to Thomas Huston of Nelson Co. KY, $900, 100 acres on Chaplain, part of John Duncan's decd. tract. (FHL film 483,133)
      19-197: 14 May 1832, Redman Grigsby and wife Mildred to Charles Duncan, all Nelson Co. KY, $10, lot #1 of 23-3/4 acres on Beech Fork, being the land in a commissioner's deed from Circuit Court on petition of Jane Foster by Charles Duncan her guardian by a court decree. (FHL film 483,133)
      19-213: 12 June 1832, Christopher Grayham and wife Isabella to John Duncan, all Nelson Co. KY, $28, 28 acres on Yager's line, Bodines line, Duncan's fence. (FHL film 483,133)
      19-214: 12 June 1832, Christopher Grayham and wife Isabella to John Duncan, all Nelson Co. KY, $20, 40 acres on Chaplains adj. John Duncan decd. on 3 sides and Thomas Huston on one side. (FHL film 483,133)
      19-255: 2 July 1832, John Young to Green Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, $63.55, 6 acres on middle fork of Simpsons Creek on road from Bardstown to Lewiston, known as part of Joseph Harned place, adj. George Dugan, Richard Clark. No wife or wit. (FHL film 483,133)
      19-393: 16 Jan. 1833, John Miner (/s/ J. Miner Jr.) of Henry Co. KY to Thomas Duncan of Nelson Co. KY, $975 paid 24 Jan. 1817 and $270 paid 7 Feb. 1818, making $1245; 160 acres, part of 227-1/2 acres on Simpson's Creek, being land conveyed to John Minor by Nelson Co. KY Circuit Court, adj. road from Springfield to Fairfield, adj. Joseph Coombs, Humphrey Marshall, John Minor, adj. land where said Thomas Duncan now lives which he purchased of Nicholas Minor in his lifetime, adj. Thomas Duncan's saw mill lot, adj. Matthew & Cuthbert Harrison's presently James Porter, Garnet Lambert, Isaac Morrison. Wit. James Porter, Garrard Lambert, B.F. Minor. (FHL film 483,133)
      20-125: 7 April 1834, John Duncan (no wife) to Felix B. Stone, both Nelson Co. KY; Duncan owes Stone $410 due in one year; mortgage about 130 acres where I now live on the back fork near Bays mill. No wit. (FHL film 483,133)
      20-154: 8 May 1834, Samuel Howell and wife Sally to James Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, $300, 30 acres off NW end of farm on which I live, adj. Beaver's line. No wit. (FHL film 483,133)
      20-156: 13 Feb. 1834, Benjamin Duncan and wife Civilla to Andrew Briggs, both Nelson Co. KY,, $2430, 202-1/2 acres on dividing ridge between Beech Fork & Simpsons Creek, being same land conveyed from Benjamin Huston to said Duncan. /s/ Benjamin Duncan, Savilla Duncan. (FHL film 483,133)
      20-159: 21 Feb. 1834, Elizabeth (X) Lacy now of Washington Co. KY to Green Duncan and Ellis Duncan of Nelson Co. KY, $1560, 104 acres on E. fork of Simpsons Creek, part of Clough & Waller Overton's 600 acre survey which Clough Overton owned the half which he devised to his three sisters, this tract claimed by Elizabeth, devised by her brother Clough Overton, adj. John Stone, Waller Overton, Mrs. Susan Overton's lot, Zachariah Greene, Green & Ellis Duncan's land, Isaac D. Stone, except 1/4a graveyard. Wit. Saml. Overton, Henry Russel, Samuel Grundy, Michael Sweets. (FHL film 483,133)
      20-233: 11 Jan. 1834, James Duncan and wife Edy (Edee) to Haden Edwards, all Nelson Co. KY, $100, 10 acres on Jacks Creek, whereon Wm. Hahn now lives, adj. Young and Edward. /s/ James Duncan, Edithat (X) Duncan. Wit. William Hahn, John Heleeman. (FHL film 483,133)
      20-234: 21 Feb. 1834, Elizabeth (X) Lacy formerly Elizabeth Overton at present in Washington Co. KY, to Green Duncan and Ellis Duncan of Nelson Co. KY; that some few years ago Batte C. Lacy who was then living and afsd. Elizabeth his wife conveyed to Leven Green 1/3 part of 200 acres on E. fork of Simpsons Creek where Green Duncan now lives, being her undivided interest to the afsd. 200 acres devised by Clough Overton to his 3 sisters, which 200 acres was half a 400 acre patent to Clough Overton, and in the same deed, Batte C. and Elizabeth conveyed her interest to 1/7 of another 1/3 of afsd. 200 acres which she inherited from Mary Overton decd; doubts exist as to legality of previous deed; quit claim for $1 to Green Duncan and Ellis Duncan. Wit. Saml. Overton, Henry Russel, Samuel Grundy, Michael Sweets. (FHL film 483,133)
      20-356: 9 Jan. 1835, John Duncan and wife Prudence (X) to Moses Harrell, both Nelson Co. KY, $1000, 100 acres containing the Finst? tract, on Neely's Run, waters of Beechfork, being the balance of tract conveyed to said Wood (sic) by Jesse Yager and wife by deed March 1820 after deducting 123 acres sold by Wood to Wm. Reddick; reference to said deed to show 2nd tract containing 28 acres adj. above land on E side on Yager's line, Bodine's line, Duncan's fence. No wit. (FHL film 483,133)
      20-356: 29 Aug. 1828, John (X) Wood and wife Elizabeth (X) to John Duncan Jr., both Nelson Co. KY, $775, balance of tract of land conveyed to said Wood by ... (above land). No wit. (FHL film 483,133)
      20-357: 29 Aug. 1828, John (X) Wood and wife Elizabeth (X) to John Duncan Jr., both Nelson Co. KY, $775, land on Neeleys run of Beechfork, being the balance of the tract of land conveyed to said Wood from Jessee Yager and wife by deed March 1820 after taking out 123 acres sold by Wood to William Reddick, and whereas Wood held a bond on Saml. Duncan for 5 acres 25 poles, and a bond on Christopher Grayham for 28-1/4 acres, which bonds Wood assigned to said John Duncan, which form part of the consideration aforesaid, said Duncan to obtain deeds from said obligors for said land. No wit. (FHL film 483,133)
      20-406: 28 Jan. 1835, William B.A. Graham and Nancy of Washington Co. KY, William B.A. being one of the heirs of Robert Graham deceased and entitled to his sister Jane Duncan's part, formerly Graham by deed on record, William Graham and wife Nancy, Matthew Russell and wife Ruth, formerly Graham, and Robert Mitchell Graham, all heirs of Robert Graham deceased and all of Nelson Co. KY, to Robert M. Grayham of Nelson Co., $10, 100 acres on Beech and Chaplin's Fork of Salt River, adj. Foster, Knott. (from Robert P. Moore 10/1999)
      20-436: 10 Aug. 1835, Green Duncan and wife Martha and Ellis Duncan and wife Mary Eliza, to Isaac D. Stone, all Nelson Co. KY, $200, part of Clough and Waller Overton's 600 acre survey, Simpsons Creek, containing 12 acres 2 rods 37 poles. No wit. (FHL film 483,133)
      20-437: 10 Aug. 1835, Isaac D. Stone (no wife) to Green Duncan & Ellis Duncan, all Nelson Co. KY, $200, 12 acres 3 rods 15 poles on Simpson's Creek, part of Clough & Waller Overton's 600 acre survey, adj. John Stone. No wit. (FHL film 483,133)
      21-35: 26 Feb. 1836, Elijah Davis and wife Margaret to Alexander Dunkin, all of Chaplin, Nelson Co. KY, $56.25, 4-1/2 acres in Chaplin opposite the house where said Dunkin now lives. Wit. William N. Foster, Richard K. Calvert. (FHL film 483,134)
      21-53: 1 April 1836, Charles Duncan (no wife) to John Dye, both Nelson Co. KY; that John Duncan willed to Charles Duncan slaves and undivided interest in tract of land, in trust for Rebecca Dye and her children, eight in number; General Assembly of KY authorized Duncan to transfer the trust estate to John Dye for same purposes; this indenture transfers to John Dye the trust estate. No wit. (FHL film 483,134)
      21-73: 31 March 1836, Mary Ann Bland, widow and relict of Samuel Bland decd., Elinor Glass late Elinor Bland, James Bland, and Wilson L. Fergason attorney for Ambrose Knotts and wife Elizabeth late Bland, heirs and representatives of Samuel Bland decd., to Green Duncan, all at present of Nelson Co. KY except Ambrose Knotts and wife of Sullivan Co. IN; $1361.93, our interest to undivided tract on E. Fork of Simpsons Creek where his widow Maryan now lives, adj. Wakefield Run, corner Mrs. Waterfield's land, Charles Duncan's land, Fosters line, Butler Ramey's land, being 136 acres 31 poles. Wit. Thomas Duncan, William N. Foster, R.B. Grigsby, Butler G. Ramey. (FHL film 483,134)
      21-89: 23 Feb. 1836, Alexander Dunkin and wife Susan (signed Susan B.) to James Foster, all of Chaplin, Nelson Co. KY, $150, (no acres) land beg. middle of big road that leads to Hobbs Hill (Webbs? Mill?). Wit. Richard H. Calverd, William M. Foster. (FHL film 483,134) (MAD: looking for an Alexander with wife Polly or Susan, who may have gone to Boone Co. MO)
      21-91: 23 Feb. 1836, Alexander Dunkin and wife Susan (signed Susan B.) to J.A. Flint, all of Chaplin, Nelson Co. KY, $200, land in town of Chaplin. Wit. Richard H. Calverd, William M. Foster. (FHL film 483,134)
      21-114: 7 Jan. 1836, Samuel Howell and wife Sally, and William Howell, John Howell, Milton Sparkes and wife Amanda late Howell, and James Howell, children and heirs of Samuel Howell and wife Sally of Monroe Co. MO, to James Dunkin of Nelson Co. KY, $3635, land on Chapins Fork where said Samuel Howell formerly lived, and part of William Pearl's 500 acre survey, the part now sold being 181-3/4 acres, adj. Harmon Dawson, John Scherman?. Wit. William Pearl; reg. Monroe Co. MO. (FHL film 483,134)
      21-256: 23 Feb. 1836, Alexander Dunkin and wife Susan (signed Susan B.) to Joseph P. Bidwell and Bryan Blair, all of Chaplin, Nelson Co. KY, $600, lot in town of Chaplin, corner Elias Kinchelow, 1 acre 2 rod 3 pole. Wit. Richard H. Calverd, William M. Foster. (FHL film 483,134)
      21-303: 28 Feb. 1837, John Bird and wife Nancy late Bland of Putnam Co. IL heir of Samuel Bland decd., to Green Duncan of Nelson Co. KY, $389.12-1/2, land on head waters of E. Fork of Simpsons Creek that said Samuel Bland died seized, being their undivided interest in 136 acres 31 poles. (FHL film 483,134)
      21-317: 24 Feb. 1836, Susan Overton (widow of Thomas Overton decd) and John B. Overton at present in Washington Co. KY, and Susan as attorney for Lewellyn W. Combs and Marial his wife formerly Overton, all heirs and representatives of Thomas Overton decd., to Green Duncan of Nelson Co. KY, $300, land on dividing ridge between Middle & E. forks of Simpson's Creek, adj. Zachariah Green, adj. land from Elizabeth Lacy to Green & Ellis Duncan, adj. land from Dabney C. Overton to afsd. Green & Ellis Duncan, (other neighbors not copied), being 15 acres, the land descended to Thomas Overton by death of his sister Mary Overton and then to his widow and children; Susan the guardian of the three youngest children, Thomas B., Dorotha and Eliza Overton. (FHL film 483,134)
      21-323: 18 March 1837, Susanna Bayne to Alexander Dunkin, both Nelson Co. KY, $100, 9 acres 3 rod 34 pole on Redmon's line. Wit. Elias Kinchelo, A. Bodine, A.S. Beauchamp. (FHL film 483,134)
      21-324 (1st): 9 Nov. 1835; whereas John Sutcliff of town of Bloomfield, KY, owning lot #32 in the plan of said town containing 1/2 acre, by consent of Thomas Duncan of county & state afsd, has added to his wool factory, and covered 7 feet in front of Lot #34 claimed by Thomas Duncan; and being desirous to secure Ratcliff Sutcliff in the title, agrees to sell him an additional number of 12 feet more in front, say 19-1/2 feet in all; NOW for these premises and $1 paid by said Sutcliff, said Thomas Duncan sells to said Sutcliff 19-1/2 feet in front as afsd of Lot #34, beg. at SE corner of said lot and running NE 19-1/2 feet, ...; warrants title; /s/ Thomas Duncan. (FHL film 483,134)
      21-324 (2nd): 23 Feb. 1836, Alexander Duncan and wife Susan (signed Susan D.) to Asher Braine, all of Chaplin, Nelson Co. KY, $125, lot in Chaplain opposite my house, road to Hobb's mill. Wit. Richard H. Calverd, William M. Foster. (FHL film 483,134)
      21-328: 1 June 1837, Ranshaw alias Admiral R. Dunham and wife Martha A. formerly Martha Brown, one of devisees of William Pearl decd. of Warren Co. MO to John Selectman of Nelson Co. KY ... Admiral Dunchan (not Duncan); not copied. (FHL film 483,134)
      21-461: 24 (14?) Oct. 1836, James (X) Carter to Seth Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, $1000, 119 acres, part of patent to John Laurance?? 2 Dec. 1783, conveyed by A. Hill? and others to Seth Duncan Jr. 5 July 1817, on Rolling Fork of Salt River adj. Edmund Martin's 318 acres, a part of same tract conveyed by Hill & others to Seth Duncan Jr. decd?. No wit. or wife. (FHL film 483,134)
      21-484: 23 Feb. 1836, Alexander Duncan and wife Susan (signed Susan D?.) to Joseph Spencer, all of New? Chaplin, Nelson Co. KY, $400, lot in town of Chaplin. Wit. Richard H. Calverd, William M. Foster. (FHL film 483,134)
      22-37: 2 Nov. 1837, Zachariah (X) Green to Green Duncan and Ellis Duncan, all Nelson Co. KY, $685, 150 acres on waters of Spencer and Nelson and Salt River and Timber Creek, known as Timber Creek Mill tract. No wife. Wit. James Porter, John Stone. (FHL film 483,134)
      22-281: 2 Feb. 1839, Bryan (x) Bland and wife Margaret to Alexander Duncan, all Nelson Co. KY, $500, 169 acres in big kink of Chaplin and on waters of same, adj. land of Peyton W. Makin and others. Wit. William M. Foster, Elijah Davis, Elias Kincheloe. (FHL film 483,134)
      22-395: 28 April 1836, John Bird & wife Nancy late Bland, Nathaniel Little and wife Mildred late Bland, all Putnam Co. IL, heirs of Samuel Bland decd. of Nelson Co. KY, to Green Duncan of Nelson Co. KY, $778.25, land on headwaters of E.fork of Simpson's Creek, our undivided interest in 136 acres 31 poles where Samuel Bland died on which his widow our mother Mary Ann Bland has since lived. (neighbors not copied). (FHL film 483,134)
      22-443: 24 Feb. 1840, Thomas Duncan and wife Harriett to Allen A. Terrell, both Nelson Co. KY, $1400, lot #3 in Bloomfield. No wit. (FHL film 483,134)
      22-517: 8 July 1840, John M. Foster to Chas. Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, $30, 12 acres, being said Foster's interest in land allotted to widow of John Foster decd. for her dower. Wit. Rich. K. Calvert, Thos. Huston. (FHL film 483,134)
      22-526: 10 Sept. 1840, Addison Foster to Charles Duncan, both of Nelson Co. KY, $75, all the right of said Addison Foster descended from his father John Foster, to 160 acres near Beech Fork, known as dower of widow of said John Foster, this is the 1/13 part; also interest in 7 negroes known as dower's part. (FHL film 483,134)
      23-32: 9 July 1841, Thomas Duncan to Mary Cooper, both Nelson Co. KY, $500, 160 acres on Simpson's Creek adj. Richard Clarke, Huston, William Davis, George Dugan, being where said Mary Cooper at present resides. /s/ Thomas Duncan Jr. No wife, no wit. (FHL film 483,135)
      23-34: 8 March 1841, James H. (X) Howel and wife Mary Ann (X), Ferdinan (sic) Beard and wife Polly (/s/ Mary W. Beard) late Polly Howel, children and heirs of Samuel Howel and wife Sally of Monroe Co. MO to James Dunkin of Nelson Co. KY, $3655 (secured by notes), 181-3/4 acres on Chaplan's fork, being where said Samuel Howell formerly lived and part of William Pearl's 800 acre survey, adj. James Dunkin, Marshall, Thomas Dawsen, John Selecman. (FHL film 483,135)
      23-62: 10 Aug. 1841, Alex Duncan (Dunkin) to Samuel Russell, both Nelson Co. KY, $149, 169 acres on Chaplan's Fork adj. Payton McMakin and John W. Loper, which said Alexander purchased from Bryant Bland where said Duncan now resides, Dunkin owes Russell $149; mortgage. No wife or wit. (FHL film 483,135)
      23-173: 23 Feb. 1842, Josiah Marshall trust deed; Washington Ray is security to Alexander Hamilton for $440; Benjamin Duncan is security to Meranda Ferguson for $170; and Marshall owes James Allen $100, Daniel & Henry Cheatham $90, William Hays $200, Peter Duncan $200, Edward B. Miles (& others owed); to secure payment, in trust to Jeremiah B. Marshall and Josiah B. Marshall, my distillery, a house?, mill, animals, place where I now reside, etc. (not copied in full) (FHL film 483,135)
      23-180: That Enoch H. McKay of firm of Enoch H. and Jonathan McKay, by mortgage 11 Feb. 1842 conveyed to James Duncan sundry lots in Bloomfield and personal property; now 26 Feb. 1842 mortgage by McKay to James Duncan additional land in trust. (more not copied) (FHL film 483,135)
      23-205/210: List of notes and accounts transferred from E.H. & J.M. McKay to James Duncan, 26 Feb. 1842. (FHL film 483,135)
      23-250: 3 May 1842, Charles Duncan and wife Mahala to Robert Harrell, all Nelson Co. KY, $180, (no acres) land adj. Mr. M. Foster, the Bloomington road, being lot #13 from Commr. to said Charles Duncan on behalf of heirs of John Foster decd. No wit. (indexed as mortgage) (FHL film 483,135)
      23-339: 16 Feb. 1842, Joshiah (sic) Marshall to Peter B. Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, $1500, land on Chaplans on a stream called Hungary run, being the residue of 313 acres purchased from Newell Beauchamp 28 Oct. 1824, part was conveyed from said Josiah Marshall to Margaret Marshall (126 acres) and 26 acres to Josiah B. March (sic) this date. Wit. E.H. Hinton?, M.B. McIntire. (FHL film 483,135)
      23-369: 14 Feb. 1842, William M. Foster, Nudigate Owsley and wife Louisa, Charles Duncan and wife Mahala, John M. Foster, Addison Foster, Edwd. E. Maddux and wife Mary Jane, John F. Davis, Alecy M. Grigsby late Foster and her husband Francis Grigsby, heirs and representatives of John Foster decd., by Adam Bell, Thos. Duncan and Rich. A.L. Murphy, commissioners appointed to divide 160 acres among heirs, assign lot #13 to Charles Duncan, adj. Green Duncan's line; 2 lots. (FHL film 483,135)
      23-482: 7 March 1843, (sheriff) to Thomas H. Miles, by virtue of an execution No. 427, to wit, a ventition exponas, which issued from Circuit Court on 26 Oct. 1841 in favor of Thomas H. Miles, assignee of E.B. & L.H. Miles vs. Alexander Dunkin; sheriff sold 10 acres, the same conveyed to Alexander Dunkin by Susan Bayne ... the same given up by said Dunkin and later by said (sheriff) to satisfy the execution. Land sold 13 Dec. 1841. (FHL film 483,135)
      23-609: 9 Dec. 1843, Fielding Merifield and wife Abigail to Thomas Duncan Jr. both Nelson Co. KY, $7862.50, 157-1/4 acres on road from Bloomfield to Frankfort about 1/2 mile from Bloomfield, being the land purchased by Merifield from Edward Coome's heirs and a part from John Buniss?, where said Merifield formerly resided, adj. John Miligen, heirs of William Clark, Saml. Merifield, and said Thomas Duncan where he now resides. No wit. (FHL film 483,135)
      23-610: 10 Feb. 1843, George Duncan to John Carr, both Nelson Co. KY, $40, 4 acres on Ashes Creek, adj. a drain on the line of Carr & Duncan. No wife. Wit. Henry Russell, Nathl. G. Thomas, Thomas Bedford. (FHL film 483,135)
      24-71: 14 Aug. 1842, Richard Francis Grigsby and wife Alcey M. late Foster one of heirs of John Foster decd. of Montgomery Co. KY, to Charles Duncan of Nelson Co. KY, $200, lot 7 to Alcey then Foster by Commrs. who divided the real estate of John Foster decd., adj. Charles Duncan, on Grace Duncan's line. /s/ R.F.A. Grigsby, Alcey M. Grigsby. (FHL film 483,136)
      24-153: 26 March 1844, Benjamin Duncan to William Williams, both Nelson Co. KY, $360, 36 acres on Chaplain fork, part of tract formerly belonging to John Duncan Sr., adj. Pringle, Thomas Huston, Duncan. /s/ Benjamin Duncan, Savilla Duncan. No wit. (FHL film 483,136)
      24-205: 4 Dec. 1844, Charles Duncan and wife Mahala to Robert Harrell, both Nelson Co. KY, $270, 287 acres on Simpsons Creek of Beech fork, being the same now owned and in the possession of said Charles Duncan, except one acre not conveyed, a graveyard. No wit. (no neighbors given). (FHL film 483,136)
      24-242: 8 Feb. 1845, Alexander Duncan (Dunkin) of Nelson Co. KY to John Milton of same, $70, 35 acres on Ashes Creek, being part of James Bell's 1037 acre survey, adj. Bell's orig. line. No wife. Wit. Saml. Russell, Richard L. Murphy, Eliphalet Hunter. Reg. on oath of Murphy & Hunter. (FHL film 483,136)
      24-260: (day & month blank) 1832, Abraham Parish of Owen Co. IN, yeoman, and wife Anna (+) to Alexander Duncan of county aforesaid, $70, 35 acres in Nelson Co. adj. Bell's orig. line. Wit. Ell M. Parish, James L. Stroner, Stephenson Bell; rec. 21 May 1845 by wit. (FHL film 483,136)
      24-597: 26 Sept. 1846, Isaac M. Dugan & wife Miranda to Green Duncan, all Nelson Co. KY, $759, 30 acres 1 rod 19 poles on middle fork of Simpsons Creek and on N.side county road from Chaplin town to Bardstown adj. land owned by said Duncan which he purchased of Cadmin Young, corner John Stone's land, Ellis Duncan's land, land Green Duncan purchased of the Overtons. Wit. Hardin E. Stone, William M. Foster. (FHL film 483,136)
      25-59: 6 June 1846, William H. Duncan appoint Coleman D. Russell and Thomas D. Russell, all Nelson Co. KY, attorney to collect and receive debts due and take charge of my real and personal estate consisting principally of negroes Matillda with three children with her, Lucy with three children with her, and Peter, Charles and Susan to hire or sell them. Wit. Haden E. Stone, J.M. McKay. Rec. on oath of wits. (indexed C.D. & T.D.) (FHL film 483,136)
      25-129: 5 March 1846, Archibald C. Wilson, Ellis Duncan and wife Nancy Eliza late Nancy Eliza Wilson, Isaac Wilson Duncan, and Thomas Green Duncan, infant children of said Duncan and wife, by Henry Gore commissioner, to Isaac W. Rannells; whereas by decree of the Nelson Circuit Court at the Feb. term 1845 in the case of Archibald Wilson complainant against Jennet Wilson, Ellis Duncan and Mary Eliza his wife and other defendants; Henry Gore, Henry Nicholls and John Mackay were appointed commissioners to survey, lay off and allot the lands of Isaac Wilson decd. to the devisees of said Wilson according to his will; report 22 May 1845 to court; Henry Gore to make deeds of partition to said A.C. Wilson for lands allotted to him, and to Mary Eliza Duncan for lands allotted to her for life and then to her children, and to Isaac W. Rannells for lands allotted to him, all of which remain subject to life estate of Jennet Wilson according to the provisions of the will; Therefore, the said Archibald E. Wilson, Ellis Duncan and Mary Eliza his wife, and Isaac Wilson Duncan and Thomas Green Duncan, infant children of said Duncan and wife, by Henry Gore, for $3, 260 acres on Coxes Creek, corner to Mary Eliza Duncan in a line of Electius Adams, corner John Whelan, David Wright, Decker's patented corner, Mrs. Whelan, Faherty, Patrick Whelan and A.C. Wilson; subject to the life estate of Jennet Wilson. Signed: Archibald C.Wilson, Ellis Duncan, Mary Eliza Duncan, Isaac Wilson Duncan, Thomas Green Duncan, by Henry Gore commissioner. (FHL film 483,136)
      25-131: 5 March 1846, Archibald C. Wilson and isaac W. Rannells by Henry Gore Commissioner to Mary Eliza Duncan; by decree of Nelson Circuit Court Feb. 1846 in case of Archibald Wilson complainant against Jennet Wilson, Ellis Duncan and Mary Eliza his wife and others defendants; commissioners to survey etc. land of Isaac Wilson to the devisees of said Wilson according to his will; report to court 22 May 1845; deeds of partition to A.C. Wilson, to Mary Eliza Duncan for life and then her children, to Isaac W. Reynolds; deed to Mary Eliza Duncan 620 acres in Nelson Co. on waters of Simpsons Creek, road leading from Bloomfield to Bardstown, corner Hannah Briant, John Hammond, Thomas Hobbs, Polks old corner, E. Adams, Isaac W. Reynolds, A.C. Wilson, Joseph Wilson. (FHL film 483,136)
      25-134: 5 March 1846, Ellis Duncan and Mary Eliza his wife late Mary Eliza Wilson, and Isaac Wilson Duncan and Thomas Green Duncan infant children of said Duncan and wife, and Isaac W. Reynolds, by Henry Gore Commissioner, to Archibald C. Wilson ... similar deed to 25-131. (FHL film 483,136)
      25-287: 5 March 1846, John Bedford Russell and wife Fanny and William Haywood and wife Mary, to Charles Duncan (no localities), $2000, two undivided 6th parts of estate which George Duncan died owning, including land, negroes, money and personalty. No wit. Rec. Nelson Co. (FHL film 483,136)
      25-383: 12 Sept. 1844, Charles Nourse commissioner to Ellis Duncan; that Charles A. Wickliffe and Charles Nourse by virtue of Circuit Court decree in Chancery Suit of James Smiley's exors vs. Samuel Smiley and Henry A. Read, sold at public sale on 8 Feb. 1836 to highest bidder a 3-story brick building in Bardstown and its lot on 3rd Street adj. property of Charles McManus decd. and Samuel Smiley decd., and Ellis Duncan was highest bidder, for $4,600 by bond, deed to convey title. (FHL film 483,136)
      26-207: 12 Feb. 1849, between Ellis Duncan and Green Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY; that for some years they held in partnership some tracts of land on Simpsons Creek, to wit, the tract on which said Green Duncan now lives and the tract adj. the same known as the Lacy tract, the two together containing 488-1/8 acres; they have by agreement divided the land and caused a survey to be made of each portion; understanding that each convey to the other, for $1; Ellis Duncan to Green Duncan, that part adj. Joseph Settle's line, John Stone's line, Henry and Thomas Green, Pence's line, 322 acres 20 poles. No wife, no wit. (FHL film 483,137)
      26-210: 20 March 1848, Peter B. Duncan of Washington Co. KY to Thomas H. Miles of Nelson Co. KY, $1, my interest to land purchased of Josiah Marshall, being part of the land mortgaged by Josiah Marshall to E.B. Miles in his lifetime. Wit. E.H. McKay, Haden E. Stone. No wife. (FHL film 483,137) (MAD: Peter B. Duncan mar. Mary Marshall 2/25/1839)
      26-221: 22 Sept. 1848, Henry S. Howell and wife Sarah A., Joseph P. Howell, Sally A. Howell, Eliza E. Howell and Martha C. Howell, of Monroe Co. MO, to James Duncan of Nelson Co. KY, in consideration of relinquishment of mortgage held by said Duncan on land belonging to the late Samuel Howell, and for $1, sell 181-3/4 acres described in a deed from Samuel Howell and wife Sally, Milton Sparks and wife Amanda, William P. Howell, John E. Howell and Nancy Howell to said James Duncan, and also described in a deed from Ferdinand Bard and wife Mary and James H. Howell and wife Mary Ann to said Duncan. They appeared in Monroe Co. MO. (FHL film 483,137)
      26-479: 14 Dec. 1849, Gervis Hammond and wife Margaret to Charles Y. Duncan, both Nelson Co. KY, $470, house and lot in Bloomfield now occupied by same as a blacksmith shop and formerly owned by Henry Russell. Wit. E.H. McKay and T.H. Miles. (FHL film 483,137)
      27-411: 21 Feb. 1834, Elizabeth (X) Lacy now of Washington Co. KY to Green Duncan and Ellis Duncan of Nelson Co. KY, for $1, land on E.fork Simpsons Creek, being land which Clough Overton devised to his 3 sisters which descended from Mary Overton (who was sister to Clough Overton) to Mrs. Lacy another sister at the death of Mary Overton, adj. Isaac Stone, corner to land that G. and E. Duncan hold under John A. Lacy, then with line of Lacy tract, Lexington Road, land purchased from Isaac W. Overton; being 15 acres. Wit. Saml. C. Overton, Henry Russell, Samuel Grundy, Michael Overton. Rec. 8 Sept. 1851. (FHL film 483,137)
      31-150: 28 May 1855, Robert M. Graham, Christopher H. Graham, James Hobbs and wife Isabella H, formerly Graham, John P. Graham, William G. Graham, James C. Graham, Marcus L. Graham, Joseph E. Duncan and wife Emily J., formerly Graham, John Humphrey and wife Mary, formerly Graham, Sally B. Graham, children and heirs of William Graham decd. to Harrison Crume, $3051.00, land on waters of Chaplin and Beechfork of Salt R. (from Robert P. Moore 10/1999)
 

Nelson Co., KY Deed Book 8 page 195 dated 9 Feb 1806 (from Patrick Hays 1/31/2008)
      "Nelson County --- This day came Dennis Pursell before me a justice of the peace for said county and made oath that Charles Duncan settled lot number ninety two as to one half and John Duncan setteld the other half of said number two and that Samuel Duncan settled one quarter of a acre lot adjoing the said number 92 one quarter of an acre and that afterwards Christopher Kirkendolfer purchased Saml Duncan's lot and agreed to give up one half of the said quarter acre to the publick square. The said Pursell also swearing that the said Samuel Duncan Charles Duncan and John Duncan did settle and improve the said lots agreeable and under an advertisement published by William Baird as agent for the proprietors of the preemption whereon Bairdstown or Salem now stands given under my hand this 9th day of February 1806 and 14th year of the Commonwealth" A Hubbard J. P.
 

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