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Mary Ann (Duncan) Dobson
the Genealogy Bug

Last revised October 28, 2014

RAY CO. MO
Formed 1820 from Howard
Clay formed 1822 from Ray
Carroll formed 1833 from Ray
Caldwell, Daviess formed 1836 from Ray
 

CENSUS RECORDS

1830 Ray Co. MO Census (from Vivian Biddle 1982)
Pg.382  Henry Dunkin         1000,1        - 0000,1


1840 Ray Co. MO Census (also from Vivian Biddle 1982)
Richmond Twp.
Pg.308  Nimrod Duncan        1221,001      - 1002,001
          (MAD: mar. Nancy Parker 9/1/1820 Franklin Co. KY;
            1830 Howard Co. MO census, 1850 Buchanan Co. MO census)
Fishing Twp.
Pg.329  Hiram Duncan         1100,1        - 0000,11

1850 Ray Co. MO Census (also from Vivian Biddle & Mary Sims 1982)
Pg.338, #780, Lucinda DUNCAN 54 VA flant? $1600
                  John 29, Wm. 26 KY farmers
                  Joseph Jr. 23 KY farmer
                  Lydia 15, Lucinda Jr. 12 MO
                  Wm. FLINIKIN 6 MO
                  Joseph DUNCAN 40 KY farmer
                  Charlotte 22 KY
                  (MAD: Joseph Duncan, son of Washington Duncan & Mary B. of Bourbon Co. KY; his wife Charlotte Duncan, perhaps a dau. of Daniel Duncan and Lucinda Parker from Franklin Co. KY; Lucinda buried in Nevada "Maiden's Grave" in Spring 1863)
Pg.380, #1344, Hiram DUNCAN 35 KY farmer $400
                  Nancy 33 KY
                  Robert 11, Eliza 7 MO
                  Frances (f) 7 MO
                  Jackson 4, Thomas 2 MO
                  John SHARP 23 KY laborer
                  (MAD: Hiram Duncan mar. Nancy Sharp 9/28/1834)
 

1860 Ray Co. MO Census (pg.269 also from Mary Sims)
Crooked River Twp.
Pg.21, #152-152, Arch. DUNCAN 42 KY farmer $1200-$350
                  Margret 35 KY
                  Ann 16, Henry 12 KY
                  Josaphine (f) 17 KY
                  Rucilla (f) 10, Booy (m) 9 KY
                  Mildred 4 KY
                  Jonn (f) 2 MO
                  (MAD: 1850 Bourbon Co. KY census)
Pg.27, #192-192, Joseph DUNCAN 50 KY farmer $0-$3000
                  Scharlett (f) 30 MO
                  Julius MATTOX (m) 19 MO farm laborer
Pg.27, #193-193, Josephene DUNCAN (f) 18 KY (alone)
Fishing River Twp.
Pg.87, #617-617, H. DUNCAN (m) 44 KY farmer $1600-$2500
                  Nancy 42 KY
                  Eliza J. 19, Frances (f) 17 MO
                  A.J. (m) 14 MO farm laborer
                  Thomas 12, George 9, Willis 6 MO
                  John 4, Willerd (m) 1 MO
Pg.99, #699-699, Robt. DUNCAN 21 MO farmer $400-$600
                  Elizabeth 20 MO
                  John 1 MO
Grape Grove Twp.
Pg.205, #1401-1401, Malinda DUNCAN (f) 42 KY farmer $1500-$1500
                  Alaa (f) 17 MO
                  Mary M. 15 MO
                  Georgia A. (f) 11 MO
                  Martin 9 MO
                  Mary WILLIAMS 80 KY
Pg.211, #1442-1442, Daniel DUNCAN 30 MO farmer $2000-$1500
                  Nancy 24 KY
                  Fanney (f) 3, Mary 2 MO
                  Steubin J. 17 MO farm laborer
                  (MAD: ?? 1870 Merced Co. CA census)
Pg.236, #1611-1611, Joseph DUNCAN 32 KY farmer $1800-$800
                  Sarah 24 TN
                  L.J. (m) 7, Madora (f) 2 MO
                  Inft. (f) 5/12 MO
                  (MAD: 1870 Tulare Co. CA census; Joseph Duncan mar. Sarah Jane Pugh 5/26/1852 "Ray" Co. MO, he and family and mother Lucinda said to have gone to CA in 1863, he d. 1907 Ventura Co. CA; from info of Barbara J. Richardson 1985, in notebooks of Kay D. Hampton now at Platte Co. MO Hist. Society, which gave his mother as "Malinda".)
Pg.236, #1612-1612, John DUNCAN 36 KY farmer $600-$500
                  Susan 25 MO
                  Mary M. 1 MO
Pg.236, #1614-1614, John DUNCAN Jun. 23 MO farmer $1500-$1200
                  Lucinda 27 MO mar/in/year
Richmond Twp.
Pg.269, #1833-1833, Lucinda DUNCAN (f) 65 VA farmer $0-$3000
                  William 35 KY farm hand
 

1870 Ray Co. MO Census (pg.425 also from Cheri Mello 4/1998)
Camden Twp.
Pg.373, #369-369, LEE, Julia 34 ENG boardinghouse
                  & others including
                  DUNCAN, John 28 SCT coal miner $0-$0
Crooked River Twp.
Pg.397, #101-101, DUNCAN, Henry 23 KY working on farm $0-$400
                  Belle (f) 19 MO
                  Ellie (f) 1 MO
Pg.397, #102-102, DUNCAN, Archale (m) 54 KY farmer $3000-$600
                  ELLIOT, Amanda 2/12 April MO
                  Druzillar (f) 19 KY keeping house
                  Lucinda 14, Mary 12 MO at home
                  Martha 9 MO
                  James W. 18 KY working on farm $0-$0
                  Geo. W. 26 MO working on farm $0-$100
Pg.409, #262-262, DUNCAN, George 34 KY BLACK farm laborer $600-$300
                  Mariah (f) 32 VA BLACK keeping house
                  Allen 12 MO BLACK at home
                  Samuel 10, Margret 8 MO BLACKS
                  George 7, Mary 5, William 3 MO BLACKS
                  John 2, Louis (m) 1 MO BLACKS
Fishing River Twp.
Pg.423, #161-161, DUNCAN, Robert 52/82 MO farmer $400-$415
                  Elizabeth 32 MO keeping house
                  John 31 MO (blank)
                  Hiram 11, Sarah 9 MO
                  James 7, Calania? (f) 4 MO
                  (MAD: Robert's age NOT 32, John's age NOT 13)
Pg.425, #185-185, DUNCAN, Jackson 24 MO Farmer $500 $360
                  Nancy 21 MO
                  William 3 MO, Dorcas? 2 MO
Pg.425, #188-188, DUNCAN, Thomas 23 MO Farmer
                  Jane 17 MO
Pg.425, #189-189, DUNCAN, Hiram 54 KY Farmer $2000 $720
                  Nancy 51 KY
                  George 19 MO, Willis 17 MO
                  John 14 MO, Hiram 11 MO
Polk Twp.
Pg.519, #245-245, STOCKWELL, James M. 38 NY farmer $15450-2465
                  Mary E. 37 OH keeping house
                  Rozinia A. (f) 13 MO at school
                  Arza B. (m) 11 MO
                  Iola A. (f) 4, David Pert 2 MO
                  DUNCAN, Mary (age blotted) NY teacher
                  Myrtle J. (f) 12 MO at school
                  BUCHANAN, John A. 30 OH merchant $0-$3000
Richmond Twp.
Pg.546, #343-343, SWANCY, Eli 25 KY farm laborer $0-$300
                  Mary 22 KY keeping house
                  William 3, John 1 KY
                  Elizabeth 71 DE "no occupation"
                  DUNCAN, James 13 MO at home
City of Richmond
Pg.579, #47-47, POWELL, George 52 IRE blacksmith $500-$300
                  Matilda 43 IRE keeping house
                  John 25 CAN wagon maker $0-$0
                  Mary 24 CAN milliner
                  Matilda 17, Sarah 15, David 13 CAN at home
                  James 11, Charles 9, Samuel 7 CAN
                  Isaac 5, Ida E. 1 CAN
                  DUNCAN, James 17 CAN blacksmith $0-$0
                  MILLER, James 47 SCT wagon maker $0-$0
                  SHELDON, Clarence 21 MI brickmason $0-$1000
 

1880 Ray Co. MO Census from Soundex (partial)
Vol.28 ED 133 Sheet 9 Line 13, Fishing River
      DUNCAN, George 29 MO
            Clara 23 MO wife
            Walter 5 MO son
            Thomas J. 4 MO son
            Josephine 2 MO dau.
 

LAND RECORDS

Ray Co. MO Deeds (Index 1820-1865 on FHL film 959,266; index very light and it is uncertain if I got all the Duncans; quit at Book G)
      A-293: 18 Nov. 1819, Saml. Bell of Blakely in Mobile Co. AL to John Duncan (no locality), $150, 160 acres, SW 1/4 Sec. 20 Twp 55 N Range 23 W, in military area. Wit. Hary? V. Chamberlain, J. Williams. (FHL film 959,269; looked from pg. 200 to 308 for any others)
      D-271: 15 Feb. 1842, Nimrod Duncan (/s/ N. Duncan) and wife Nancy of Ray Co. MO to Daniel Dalten? of same, $63, part of W 1/2 of SW 1/4 Sec. 16 T52 R27 on West side of Middle Fork of Crooked River, 21 acres 12 poles. No wit. (FHL film 959,270)
      D-273: 15 Feb. 1842, Nimrod Duncan and wife Nancy of Ray Co. MO to John H. Morehead of same, $3051, SE and SW 1/4 of SE 1/4, and NW 1/4 of SE 1/4, and NE 1/4 of SE 1/4, and NE 1/4 of SE 1/4, and NE 1/4 of SE 1/2, all Sec. 4; and 20 acres off the end of the W 1/2 of NE 1/4 of Sec. 9, and 20 acres off NE end of E 1/2 of NE 1/4 of Sec. 9; all Twp. 52, Range 27, 200 acres; also W 1/2 NW 1/4 Sec. 16 T52 R27 except 21 acres on W. side of Middle Fork of Crooked River sold to Edward Dalton by me, and E 1/2 SW 1/4 Sec. 16 T52 R27, 139 acres. No wit. (FHL film 959,270)
      D-273: 15 Feb. 1842, Nimrod (N) Duncan and wife Nancy (X) to Daniel Duncan, both Ray Co. MO, $57, 60 acres off S end W 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec. 9 T52 R27; no wit. Reg. 15 Feb. 1842. (FHL film 959,270)
      D-274: 13 Feb. 1842, William Hudgins and wife Nancy to Nimrod Duncan, both Ray Co. MO, $50, SW 1/4 SE 1/4 Sec. 4 T52 R27, 40 acres. No wit. (FHL film 959,270)
      E-199: 7 Sept. 1840, Christopher Catron of Lafayette Co. MO to Nimrod Duncan of Ray Co. MO, $50, NE 1/4 SE 1/4 Sec. 4 T52 R27, 40 acres. (FHL film 959,271)
      Quit
 

MILITARY RECORDS

Pension Index Card File, alphabetical; of the Veterans Administrative Contact and Administration Services, Admin. Operations Services, 1861-1934; Duff to A-J Duncan (negative FHL film 540,888, some cards very faint); Joseph Duncan to Dunn (positive FHL film 540,889, some cards very dark)
      Cataloged under Civil War, 1861-1865, pensions, indexes; does not say if Confederate or Federal, but probably Federal. Negative film, some cards much too faint or dark to read, some cards blurred or faded, particularly the service unit and the dates of application. Most of the very faint or dark cards were in a slightly different format, with space for years enlisted and discharged which were sometimes filled in. Many of these were for service in later years, although one or two were for service ca 1866.
      Name of soldier, alias, name of dependent widow or minor, service (military unit or units), date of filing, class (invalid or widow or minor or other), Application #, Certificate #, state from which filed (sometimes blank), attorney (sometimes blank, MAD: did not usually copy), remarks. Sometimes the "Invalid" or "Widow" class had an "s" added to it before the application #; occasionally the area for the service information included a circled "S". The minor's name was frequently that of the guardian rather than the minor.
      The military unit was frequently the Company Letter, the Regiment Number, sometimes US Vet Vol Inf. (US Veteran Volunteer Infantry), L.A. (Light Artillery), H.A. (Heavy Artillery), US C Inf (US Colored? Infantry), Cav. (Cavalry), Mil. Guards, V.R.C. (?Volunteer Reserve Corps?), etc. Sometimes there were several service units given.
      Cards appear to be arranged by the last name, first name, middle initial if any, and state (including "US") of service.
      Duncan, Henry W., widow Duncan, Isabel; E 2 MO Cav.; 1890 Aug. 19, Invalid Appl. #892031, Cert. #649724, MO; 1924 April 15, Widow Appl. #1218061, no cert., MO. (MAD: 1870, 1880, 1900, 1910 Ray Co. MO)
 

HISTORIES before 1923

1881 "History of Ray County, Mo. : including a history of its townships, city, towns and villages, together with a condensed history of Missouri ... biographical sketches of prominent men and citizens identified with the interests of the county" pub. by MO Historical Co. (FHL book 977.819 H2h; and Los Angeles Public Library book 977.81 R264Hi)
      Pg.576-577: BENJAMIN F. DUNCAN. Professor Benjamin F. Duncan was born in Shelby Co. KY, April 29, 1842. When Benjamin was about nine years of age, his father moved to Daviess Co. MO, and here he assisted his father in ... In 1857, while working at a threshing machine ... he met with an unfortunate accident, which deprived him of his right arm. Two years later he began his college course ... After graduating (1865) he spent the summer visiting with his cousin, Doctor J.F. Cook .... Benjamin F. Duncan was married November 14, 1867, to Miss Sarah E. Buchanan, a native of Hopkinsville, Christian Co. KY. ... Her father was James Buchanan ....
 

1893 "Portrait and biographical record of Clay, Ray, Carroll, Chariton, and Linn counties, Missouri : containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, together with biographies and portraits of all the presidents of the United States" by Chapman Bros. (Los Angeles Public Library book R977.8 P853)
      Pg.253: JAMES A. DUNCAN, ... residing in Lawson, Polk Township, Ray Co. MO, ... a native of Missouri .... Our subject is one of a family of children born unto Thomas and Mary (Hall) Duncan. Thomas Duncan, the father of our subject, was a native of Kentucky, and was born near Lexington [Fayette Co.]. He came when he was but nine years of age with his parents to Missouri, arriving within the borders of the State in 1833. ... He and his good wife, who died in 1858, when our subject was but six months old, were ... Our subject was born in Clay County, near Smithville, December 26, 1858, ... In 1883, Mr. Duncan was united in marriage with Miss Ellen Miller, a daughter of Andrew Miller, who at the time of Mrs. Duncan's birth, in 1858, resided in Ray Co., near Excelsior Springs. ...
 

REFERENCES FROM OTHER LOCALITIES

Bourbon Co. KY Deeds, Vols.42-44 1846-1851 (FHL film 183,125; SLC 10/3/2011 and later)
      44-23/24: 4 Aug. 1849, Joseph Duncan and wife Charlotte of Ray Co. MO appoint Jacob Duncan of Bourbon Co. KY our attorney to deliver to Daniel Duncan of Bourbon Co. KY a deed for one undivided fifth part of a tract of land in Bourbon Co. KY containing 55 acres more or less subject to the life estate of Mary Duncan who now resides on the land, warranting title ... /s/ Joseph Duncan, Charlotte Duncan. They appeared 4 Aug. 1849 in Ray Co. MO before George W. Dunn, Judge of the Fifth Judicial Circuit, State of MO. Recorded 17 Sept. 1849 in Bourbon Co. KY. (FHL film 183,125)
      44-24/25: 17 Sept. 1849, Joseph Duncan and wife Charlotte of Ray Co. MO by their attorney Jacob Duncan of Bourbon Co. KY, to Daniel Duncan of Bourbon Co. KY, for $400 paid, sell one undivided fifth part of a tract of land in Bourbon Co. KY containing 55 acres more or less subject to the life estate of Mary Duncan, being the same tract conveyed by William Reynolds decd in his lifetime to Washington Duncan decd, warrant title. /s/ Joseph Duncan, Charlotte Duncan, atty in fact Jacob Duncan. Ack. 17 Sept. 1849. (FHL film 183,125)
      59-79/81: Archibald Duncan to Mary E. Halsell &c. Exec. deed, Int. in Estate Jacob Duncan. 1872 May 7. This indenture 7 May 1872 between Archibald Duncan of Ray Co. MO to Mary E. Halsell, wife of Elijah M. Halsell, & John H. Ewart of Bourbon Co. KY, for $2250 paid in land in Ray Co. MO, sell and convey all first party's undivided right and interest to real estate of the late Jacob Duncan, viz, a tract of 12 acres+ of land on the waters of Townsend in Bourbon Co., beg. corner to Wm. David in Smith's line, then ... Duncan's line, then ... Shawhan's line, then Rail Road lot, then W. David's line on eastern edge of rail road, excepting out of foregoing, about 5? (2?) acres sold by Jacob Duncan to KY Central Railroad & to David Tale? leaving about 10 acres & 39 poles in the described tract. Also 1 acre more or less conveyed to Jacob Duncan by David Shawhan on waters of Stoner adj. above tract, and is all of the land conveyed to Jacob Duncan by said Shawhan except that portion sold to Samuel Ewart & John T. Redman & to T.C?. Moore and is the same on which the dwelling house, ticket office & frame warehouse are situated and also excepting out of the Shawhan land the frame tailor shop sold by Jacob Duncan to T.E. Moore and the interest hereby conveyed is the one undivided third part of above land. /s/ Archibald Duncan. 8 May 1872, Archibald Duncan ack. deed before James M. Hughes, Clerk, Bourboun Co. KY. Produced for record 10 May 1872. (FHL film 1,690,230; SLC 3/27/2012 and 9/10/2012)
 

Clinton Co. MO Deed (FHL film 1,005,936)
      C-391: 10 Nov. 1844, Joseph W. Duncan and wife Sarah (X) of Ray Co. MO to John Larkey of same, $100, SE 1/4 SE 1/4 Sec. 33, T59, R31, 40 acres; and SW 1/4 SW 1/4 Sec. 56, T59, R31, 40 acres.
 

Daviess Co. MO Deed (SLC 7/18/2014 and 7/19/2014; have JPG images)
      A-291/293: 28 Oct. 1843, Nimrod Duncan and Nancy Duncan his wife of Daviess Co. MO of first part and John H. Morehead of Ray Co. MO of second part, and parties hereinafter named of the third part, that Nimrod Duncan and Nancy Duncan his wife for $1 paid by said John H. Morehead, and in consideration of premises hereinafter stated, have granted, bargained and sold to said John H. Morehead the lands in Daviess Co. MO, the E 1/2 of SW 1/4 Sec.25 Twp.58 Range 28, and W 1/2 of SW 1/4 of Sec.36 in same twp. & range, and W 1/2 of SW 1/4 Sec.25 in same twp. & range, and E 1/2 of SE 1/4 Sec.26 in same twp. & range, and the E 1/2 of SW 1/4 of Sec.36 in same Twp. & Range, and SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Sec.36 in same Twp. & Range, also land in Caldwell Co. MO, Lot No.2 of NE 1/4 of Sec.1 in Twp.57 Range 28 and NW 1/4 Sec.6 in Twp.57 of Range 27, with appurtenances, warrant title. This deed is in trust, that Nimrod Duncan is indebted to Ray Co. MO to the use of the inhabitants of Congressional School Township 52 of Range 27 for $463.66 or thereabouts which is due by mortgage upon land in Ray Co. afsd, which was given in exchange for the land afsd and for the precise amount of said indebtedness reference is made to the said mortgage, and also Nimrod Duncan is indebted to said John H. Morehead for $67.74 and is also indebted to John H. Morehead and Company for $67.27 with interest from the time they became due, now if the several sums of money shall be unpaid on 1 April 1844, then the said John H. Morehead may sell at public auction so much as may be sufficient to satisfy the amount remaining, advertisements in Daviess Co. and in Caldwell Co., the proceeds to the debt due the county and then to the debt due said John H. Morehead, with interest due, and the remainder if any to said Nimrod Duncan, and make deeds. /s/ Nimrod Duncan, Nancy (X) Duncan. Ack. 28 Oct. 1843 by Nimrod Duncan and Nancy his wife before Robt. Wilson, Clerk of Daviess Co. Circuit Court. Filed for record 28 Oct. 1843. (FHL film 954,887)
 

De Kalb Co. MO Deed (SLC 7/22/2014; have JPG images)
      A-92/93: 10 Nov. 1844, Joseph W. Duncan and Sarah his wife of Ray Co. MO to John Larkey of afsd, for $100 paid, sell tracts or parcels of land in Clinton Co. MO, SE 1/4 of SE 1/4 Sec.35 Twp.59 Range 31 containing 40 acres, also SW 1/4 of SW 1/4 Sec.36 Twp.57 Range 31 containing 40 acres, with appurtenances, warrant title; provided it is agreed between said parties that if Joseph W. Duncan or execs. or admins. and assigns or any of us will pay or cause to be paid to said John Larkey or his execs. and assigns $87.15 according to the condition of a certain bond bearing even date, with interest at 10%, then these presents shall be void, otherwise to remain in full force. /s/ Joseph W. Duncan, Sarah (X) Duncan. Ack. 16 May 1845 before Daniel Brandstetter, J.P. of Ray Co. MO, by Joseph W. Duncan and Sarah his wife. Mortgage deed filed for record 19 June 1845 and recorded in Book C pg.391. /s/ Winslow Turner, Recorder, 26 Dec. 1845. Filed for record Sept. 24, 1847. (FHL film 1,005,477)
 

Lafayette Co. MO Deed (SLC 7/15/2014; have JPG images)
      V-353/354: James Duncan and Martha R. Duncan of Ray Co. MO for $1350 paid by William H. Ewing of Lafayette Co. MO, sell parcels of ground in City of Lexington, Lafayette Co. MO, Lots in Pomeroy, Houx and Graham addition to town of Lexington, Lots No.3, 10, 1, 2, 11 and 12 in Block No.3, with appurtenances, that said James Duncan is indebted to said Wm. H. Ewing for $1350 by promissory note for that sum this day made payable 12 months after date and bearing even date herewith, if said James Duncan shall pay said note when due, this deed shall be void, but if default in payment then Ewing may proceed to sell said lots or any of them at public sale for cash ... 25 Feb. 1854, /s/ James Duncan, Martha R. Duncan. Ack. 10 March 1854 by James Duncan and Martha R. Duncan his wife before Lewis W. Smallwood, Clerk of Circuit Court of Lafayette Co. MO, by W.M. Smallwood, Deputy. Record of mortgage filed for record March 10, 1854. (FHL film 959,432)
 

OTHER RECORDS

Some early Duncans in Ray Co. MO:
      Mary Duncan, 29 March 1832, mar. George W. Marquiss.
      Mary P. Duncan, 12 March 1840, mar. Poke Wale.
      Mary Duncan, 9 Dec. 1841, mar. Harry P/F. Caulkin.
      Malinda W. Duncan, 19 Dec. 1841, mar. Henry K. Thompson, from "Ray Co. MO Marriages 1820-1850 ..." by Elizabeth Prather Ellsberry (FHL film 873,910 item 11); name should be Alney K. Thompson, from Ray Co. MO court records, per Carolyn Stewart 8/2004)
      Daniel Duncan, William Duncan, Daniel Duncan, 31 May 1849, travelled on west-bound wagon train, captain Daniel Parker, in a company of 17 wagons principally from Ray Co. MO, three of the wagons were from Carroll Co. MO and three from Gentry Co. MO; listed in a letter from Mr. E.P. Howell. (pg.70-71, "California Wagon Train Lists, Vol.1, April 5, 1849 to Oct. 20, 1852" by Louis J. Rasmussen, 1994, FHL book 979.4 W2r)
      Patsy Duncan, 7 Nov. 1849, mar. Charles Roach.
      James Duncan, 28 Nov. 1849, of LaFayette Co. MO mar. Martha Shaw.
      Daniel Duncan, 30 March 1850, died intestate; admin. Joseph Duncan, securities Jeremiah M. Mizner and Benjamin F. Smith, Ray Co. MO Will, Admin, & Bond Book B, pg.192. (Ray Co. MO Abstract of Wills, Admr. and Bonds, Books A & B, 1821-1852, from pg.35, Vol.8, 8/1970 "MO Pioneers," FHL book 977.8 D2h, from Evelyn Sigler and Denzil Mauldin 1984)
      Elizabeth Duncan, 21 Feb. 1856, mar. David Bogard (from info of Ralph H. Piper 1972)
      Mrs. Charity Duncan, 1 May 1872, wife of E.F. Duncan and dau. of William Hunt of Ray Co., died in Richmond [Ray Co.], aged 36y 7m 14d; from "St.Louis Christian Advocate" of 26 June 1872 (pg.103, Vol.1, "MO Obituaries" by Mrs. Howard W. Woodruff (FHL book 977.8 V48w and fiche 6,010,713 to 6,010,717)
 

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