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Last revised March 25, 2002

PONTOTOC CO. MS
LAND RECORDS
 

"Pontotoc Co. MS Deed Index 1836-1872" by DAR (does not say which is grantee or grantor) (FHL film 868,498 part 2)
      3-337: T.L. Ducan (sic) - W.B. Walker, 5/4/1840
      3-469: J.F. Duncan - S.M. Quarles, 12/3/1840
      3-480: Wm. Duncan - Vicey Colbert, 10/10/1838
      3-481: Wm. Duncan - Vicey McDonna, 10/22/1840
      4-24: H. Duncan - Jno. Duncan, 3/27/1840
      4-110: Stephen Duncan - F. Surget, 4/3/1837
      4-212: Jno. Duncan - H. Duke, 2/7/1842
      4-224: Jno. Duancan - Henry Duke, 3/21/1842
      4-258: T.L. Duncan - G.W. Ragan & wife, 12/17/1841
      4-345: Jno. Duncan - W.T. Rutledge, 8/13/1842
      5-11: J.F. Duncan - A. Reeder, 2/1/1841
      5-13: J.F. Duncan - Thos. Reeder, 4/17/1841
      5-90: Wm. Duncan - J.W. Duncan, 7/17/1843
      5-91: W.M. Duncan - Wm. Duncan, 7/17/1843
      5-92: Wm. Duncan - A.J. Duncan, 7/17/1843
      5-93: Wm.. Duncan - J.S. Cobb, 7/17/1843
      5-94: Jno. Duncan - T. Harris, 2/15/1842
      5-94: Jas. Duncan - E.C. Bell, 8/3/1843
      5-527: Jno. Duncan - Wm. Strong, 1/15/1845
      5-674: W.M. Duncan - I.M. Camps, 11/3/1846
      5-691: Wm. Duncan - Walter Goodman, 12/21/1846
      5-722: T.L. Duncan - M.M. Nabors, 2/1/1847
      5-722: T.L. Duncan - M.M. Nabors, 3/18/1847
      5-736, 737: Wm. M. Duncan - D.F. Allgood, 3/19/1847
      5-748: Wm. M. Duncan - M. Henley, 1/4/1847
      6-128: Wm. M. Duncan - D.F. Algood, 9/21/1847
      6-157: W.M. Duncan - P.J. Weaver, 10/9/1847
      6-303: J.F. Duncan - John Givens, 1/22/1846
      6-348: J. Duncan - E.C. Bell, 10/10/1848
      6-385: T.L. Duncan - C.R. Phifer, 10/9/1848
      6-502: J.F. Duncan - Jno. Morris, 11/11/1848
      6-798: W.L. Duncan - W.R. Pannel, 1/21/1850
      6-830: W.L. Duncan - L.V. Warren, 1/21/1850
      6-832: W.L. Duncan - Wm. Dickson, 1/21/1850
      6-923: Wm. Duncan - Joel Pinson, 5/20/1850
      6-934: W.M. Duncan - J.A. McNeil, 6/7/1850
      7-39: W.M. Duncan - A.J. Duncan, 4/13/1850
      7-77: Wm. Duncan - Jerrell Duncan, 8/13/1850
      7-117: M.H. Duncan - H.H. Finley, 9/10/1850
      7-153: Jno. Duncan - B.C. Earle, 2/24/1850
      7-154: Jno. Duncan - B.C. Earle, 2/24/1850
      7-376: J.W. & W.M. Duncan - A.J. Duncan, 3/11/1851
      7-378: W.M. Duncan - A.J. Duncan, 3/11/1851
      7-378 to 383: J.W. & W.M. Duncan - J. Cobb, 3/11/1851
      7-383: J.W. Duncan - R.E. Orne, 4/9/1851
      7-384: J.W. Duncan - R.E. Orne, 4/9/1851
      7-410: W.M. Duncan - Silas Jones, 11/20/1850
      7-410: W.M. Duncan - J.S. Cobb, 3/22/1851
      7-423: J.W. & W.M. Duncan - G.C. Mitchell, 3/22/1851
      7-426: J.W. & W.M. Duncan - W.W. White, 3/22/1851
      7-428: J.W. & W.M. Duncan - Louis Ball, 3/22/1851
      7-471: Wm. M. Duncan - Munford Wilson, 3/6/1851
      7-563: J.M. Duncan - Healy & Whitney, 11/12/1847
      7-568: J.M. Duncan - R.E. Orne & wife, 9/3/1851
      7-585, 586, 587: J.W. Duncan - Healy & Whitney, 11/15/1850
      7-595: W.M. Duncan - Booker Foster, 10/17/1851
      7-625: W.M. Duncan - C.T. Bord, 10/17/1851
      8-49: J.W. Duncan - Joseph Pruett, 12/8/1851
      8-237: Jno. Duncan - Jas. Duncan, 4/9/1852
      8-600: J. Duncan - Thos. Easters, 4/8/1852
      8-731: T.L. Duncan - Jashua Pitts, 1/18/1853
      8-736: Jno. Duncan - Booker Foster, 12/13/1851
      8-737: Jno. Duncan - Thos. Easters, 1/7/1853
      9-43: J.W. Duncan - W.M. Duncan, 3/5/1852
      9-67: Wm. Duncan - Jno. Green, 9/18/1847
      9-91: J.F. Duncan - J.G. Addison, 6/13/1851
      9-119: F. Duncan - Jas. Malcome, 4/15/1852
      9-177: J.F. Duncan - R.R. Jennings, 2/7/1853
      9-199: Jno. Duncan - J.C. Hall, 1/10/1853
      9-215: T.L. Duncan - J.F. Duncan, 11/15/1852
      9-338: James Duncan - Thos. Humphers, 4/8/1853
      9-400: John Duncan - Baptist Church, 12/28/1853
      9-461: J.F. Duncan - N. White, 10/1/1853
      9-462: J.F. Duncan - J.S. Doxey, 9/7/1853
      9-483: J.F. Duncan - W.W. Bell, 1/4/1854
      9-522: J.F. Duncan - J.S. Doxey, 1/18/1854
      9-685: Jno. Duncan - G. Moreland, 3/18/1854
      9-686: Jno. Duncan - Ambrose Moreland, 3/18/1854
      9-781: W.M. Duncan - Heally & Whitney, 4/15/1854
      10-151: J.F. Duncan - Geo. Warren, 5/4/1854
      10-181: A.J. Duncan - M.W. Martin, 2/4/1854
      10-218: T.L. Duncan - B.C. Earle, 11/7/1854
      10-368: T.L. Duncan - J.F. Duncan, 1/25/1855
      10-375: A.J. Duncan - J.B. Tardy, 11/23/1854
      10-452: J.F. Duncan - H.B. Bigham, 11/7/1854
      10-453: J.F. Duncan - T.L. Duncan, 1/26/1855
      10-455: J.F. Duncan - Mary Duncan, 1/30/1855
      10-461: J.F. Duncan - Steppacher & Bispinger, 1/30/1855
      10-497: T.L. Duncan - W.D. Bradford, 1/26/1855
      10-515: W.M. Duncan - W.W. Bell, 4/16/1855
      10-539: J.F. Duncan - N. White, 4/17/1855
      10-550: T.L. Duncan - G. Cannon, 5/5/1855
      10-606: A.J. Duncan - J.W. Duncan, 5/22/1855
      10-746: Jno. Dunkin - P.F. Weetherspoon (sic), 2/6/1854
      10-762: J. Duncan - E.S. Feffrays, 1/7/1856
      11-6: T.L. Duncan - Jno. Gafford, 11/6/1855
      11-190: J.F. Duncan - J. Bouland, 1/10/1855
      11-205: W.M. Duncan - S.S. Tyler, 12/29/1855
      11-223: W.M. Duncan - J. Black, 4/5/1856
      11-224: Wm. Duncan - Steppacher & Bispinger, 4/4/1856
      11-286: J.W. Duncan - W.T. Jones, 12/29/1855
      11-305: J.W. Duncan - M. Jackson, 3/29/1856
      11-740: W.L. Duncan - J.W. Duncan, 7/1/1856
      12-365: J.F. Duncan - M. Nabors, 5/20/1857
      12-413: J. Duncan Sr. - Thos. Humpheries, 11/1/1854
      12-486: J.F. Duncan - S.P. Nabors, 5/20/1857
      12-487: E.G. & M.L. Duncan - Willy (sic) Nabors, 4/13/1857
      13-534: M.A. Duncan - S.H. Plant, 1/14/1857
      13-599: J.F. Duncan - NY Mep. L. Co., 4/4/1859
      13-655: M.J. Duncan - J.W. Duncan et al, 5/5/1859
      14-64: J.M. Duncan - T. Easter, 1/29/1859
      14-94: J.F. Duncan - A.B. Cole, 12/3/1858
      14-769: Jas. Duncan - T. Humphries, 8/13/1860
      15-58: J.F. Duncan - B.C. Earle, 12/3/1856
      15-93: James Duncan - N.G. Park, 9/20/1860
      15-262: H.L. Duncan - B. Wilson, 12/7/1859
      15-306: A.J. Duncan - J.C. Allen, 3/10/1861
      15-399: J.F. Duncan - W.L. Souther, 5/14/1861
      (quit copying after 1860)
      15-571: H.L. Duncan - T. Easters, 11/20/1858
      15-572: H.L. Duncan - T. Thomason, 9/25/1858
      15-572: H.L. Duncan - E.O. Bell, 11/13/1860
      15-575: H.L. Duncan - A.L. Mayhew, 12/1/1859
      15-576: H.L. Duncan - Alex. Warren, 12/21/1859
      15-576: H.L. Duncan - J.L. Hampton et al, 11/21/1858
      15-577: H.L. Duncan - J.C. Hall, 1/29/1859
      15-578: H.L. Duncan - J.C. Hall, 11/12/1858
      15-588: H.L. Duncan - W.W. Dowdy, 4/21/1860
      Quit
 

Pontotoc Co. MS Deeds (FHL film 868,498 item 1, index 1836-1872, Vol.A, by DAR; index on FHL film 897,522)
      11-716, Dogan, W.L.; Not Duncan; (FHL film 897,528)
      To 1860, pg 145 in index
      3-337: 4 May 1840, W.B. Walker, sheriff, to Thomas L. Duncan; writ of firie facies 2 Dec. 1839 from Circuit Court to recover $361.26 damages from Joshua Nelson, levy on property, public sale; sold for $55 SW 1/4 Sec. 7 Twp 7 Range 1E. (FHL film 897,521)
      3-469: 3 Dec. 1840, Stephen M. Quarls of Pontotoc Co. MS to John F. Duncan (no locality), $300, SW 1/4 Sec.31 Twp.7 R.4E; no wit. (FHL film 897,521 item 1)
      3-480: 10 Oct. 1838, Vicy Coblert (MAD: sic) of the Chickasaw Nation of Indians to William Duncan, $4,000, land in Sec. 7 of Twp 8, Range 3 E of the Base Meridian in said Chickasaw Nation within the limits of the State of MS which was allotted to party of 1st part as her reserve by provisions of a treaty between the United States of America and said Chickasaw Nation on 24 May 1834. /s/ Vicy Colbert (X her mark). Wit. John Duval, George W. Brown. We the undersigned Chiefs per said treaty certify that Vicy Colbert is capable to manage and take care of her affairs; signed by Isaac (X) Alvilson?, George (X) Colbert, Ish-to ho flm? (x); signed by A.M. Upshaw, agent for Chicasaw Nation. Filed 12 Aug. 1840, recorded 13 Jan. 1841. (FHL film 897,521) (MAD: there is good information about the early treaties in the "Explanation" on pgs.i-viii, "Old Land Records of Colbert Co. AL" by Margaret Matthews Cowart, ca 1985, FHL book 976.1915 R2c; CA State Library, Sutro branch, book F332 C68 C68 1985)
      3-481: 23 Oct. 1840, Vicy McDonna formerly Vicy Colbert of Chickasaw Nation to William Duncan, $9,000, 2 sections of land, Sec. 12 & 13 of Twp. 8 Range 2 East in Pontotoc Co. MS; signed by her attorney John S. Doxey, wit. John Dunal, John F. Duncan. Filed 12 Nov. 1840, recorded 14 Jan. 1841. (MAD: this deed does not have certification used in deed 3-480) (FHL film 897,521)
            (MAD: an unproven suggestion by others was that one William Duncan had mar. Vicy Colbert, dau. of Genl. Chief George Colbert of "Muscle Shoals" AL and his wife Saleechie, dau. of "Chief Doublehead", and had son John Duncan b.ca 1800 NC d. ca 1855 MS or AL mar. Miss Mary Hargett of NC, in 1850 Marion Co. AL census; the William Duncan in this deed 3-481 had wife Sarah; see deeds 5-90, 7-380, and others)
      4-24: Chester, Pontotoc Co. MS, 27 March 1840, Henry Duncan and wife Sarah to John Duncan, all of afsd, $400, S 1/2 Sec.4 T9 R1E except part in SW corner; wit. Franklin Thornton, Henry Thornton. (FHL film 897,521 item 2)
      4-110: 3 April 1837, Stephen Duncan and wife Catharine A. of Adams Co. MS to Francis Surget of afsd, $29,828.78:
            Sec.16 and 21, T15 R7E, 1280 acres in Monroe Co.
            N 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec.4 T14N R16E, 79.26 acres in Noxubee Co.
            E 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec.28, and W 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec.27, and W 1/2 SE 1/4 and SW 1/4 Sec.22, all T17N R13E, 399.53 acres in Oktibbee [Oktibbeha] Co.
            SE 1/4 and NE 1/4 Sec.14 T13 R3E, 320.88 acres in Chickasaw Co.
            SW 1/4 Sec.4 T7 R3E, 159.78a and SE 1/4 Sec.36 T11 R3E, 165.66 acres, in Pontotoc Co.
            E 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec.28 T15N R13E, 82.23 acres in Winston Co.
            W 1/2 SW 1/4 Sec.26 T14N R6E, 80.62 acres in Attalla Co.
            SE 1/4 Sec.11 T11 R3E, 160.22 acres in Pontotoc Co.
            and land on which the Indian reserve granted to Susan Colbert by the treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek may be located to contain one section of land; all in State of MS; no wit.; they appeared in Adams Co. MS. (FHL film 897,521 item 2)
      4-212: 7 Feb. 1842, Henry Duke Sheriff to John Duncan; that on 27 Dec. 1841 writs issued by Pontotoc Co. Circuit Court to sell out of lands of Henry Duncan to make $432.90 and $62.75 costs which Mark Harding and John Poe, for use of Mathias Poe and Bennett H. Haskall, had recovered against him, sold S 1/2 Sec.1 T9 R1E and SW 1/4 Sec.6 T8 R2E at public sale on 7 Feb. 1842 to highest bidder for $130, deed to John Duncan. (FHL film 897,521 item 2)
      4-224: 21 March 1842, Henry Duke Sheriff to John Duncan; that on 9 Feb. 1842, writs to recover from lands of Henry Duncan, for $432.90 and $101.44 costs, recovered by Mark Hardin, John Poe, for use &c, and Bennett H. Haskell, sold:
            SE 1/4 Sec.26 T7 R1E
            NE 1/4 Sec.25 T7 R1E
            SW 1/4 Sec.26 T7 R1E
            NE 1/4 Sec.31 T7 R2E
            NW 1/4 Sec.27 T7 R2E
            NW 1/4 Sec.33 T7 R2E
            SW 1/4 Sec.15 T9 R2E
            NW 1/4 Sec.31 T7 R2E
sold 21 March 1842 to highest bidder John Duncan for $280.00. (FHL film 897,521 item 2)
      4-258: 17 Dec. 1841, George W. Ragan and wife Eliza L. to Thomas L. Duncan of Pontotoc Co. MS, $350, 160-20/100 acres, NW 1/4 Sec. 6, Twp. 7, Range 4E of the Chickasaw Cession. No wit. (FHL film 897,521)
      4-345: 13 Aug. 1842, John Duncan to William F. Rutledge (no localities), $100, SW 1/4 Sec.15 Twp.9 R.1E, 160 acres; wit. James Hatton? (Halton?), John C. Hall. Appeared Sarah Ann Hall who was entitled to her right of dower (husband not named), who was examined apart to release dower, 15 Aug. 1842, /s/ Armstead Cole, JP. Appeared Sarah Ann Duncan, wife of said John Duncan, and released dower, 15 Aug. 1842, /s/ Armstead Cole JP. Appeared John Duncan 17 Sept. 1842 to ack. deed to Clerk of Court. (FHL film 897,521 item 2) (MAD: Sarah Ann Hall, wife of John C. Hall, was Sarah Jarold, the widow of Henry Duncan, per info of Kirby D. Watkins 2/1984)
      5-11: 1 Feb. 1841, John F. Duncan to Salina Reeder of Pontotoc Co. MS, $1280, N 1/2 of SE and SW 1/4's of S 1/2 Sec.4 T9 R3, 160 acres; /s/ John F. Duncan, Sarah F. Duncan; wit. Thomas Reeder, Robert Alkins. (FHL film 897,522)
      5-13: 17 April 1841, John F. Duncan to Thomas Reeder of Pontotoc Co. MS, $1600, the half of S 1/2, being part of SE 1/4 and part of SW 1/4, Sec.4 T9 R3, 160 acres; /s/ John F. Duncan, Sarah F. Duncan; wit. James M. Rush, G.F. Allon. (MAD: does not say which half of S 1/2) (FHL film 897,522)
      5-90: 17 July 1843, William Duncan and wife Sarah (x) to Jeremiah W. Duncan, $500, NW 1/4 Sec.12 T8 R2E, 160 acres, and 40 acres taken off W end of NE 1/4 Sec.12 T8 R2E, total 200 acres; wit. William (blank), J.A. McNeil Clerk. (FHL film 897,522)
      5-91: 17 July 1843, William Duncan and wife Sarah (x) to William M. Duncan, $500, SW 1/4 Sec.13 T8 R2E, 160 acres; wit. William Setzler?, J.A. McNeil. (FHL film 897,522)
      5-92: 17 July 1843, William Duncan and wife Sarah (x) to Andrew J. Duncan, $500, SW 1/4 Sec.12 T8 R2E, 160 acres, and 40 acres off W end SE 1/4 Sec.12 T8 R2E, total 200 acres; wit. William Setzler?, J.A. McNeil. (FHL film 897,522)
      5-93: 17 July 1843, William Duncan and wife Sarah (x) to Jno. S. Cobb, $500, SE 1/4 Sec.13 T8 R2E, 160 acres; wit. William Setzler?, J.A. McNeil. (FHL film 897,522)
      5-94: 15 Feb. 1842, Turner (X) Harris and wife Jane to John Duncan, all Pontotoc Co. MS, $100, SW 1/4 Sec.9 T9 R1E of Meridian of Chickasaw Survey, MS; wit. W.D. Bradford, S.A. McNeil. (FHL film 897,522)
      5-94 (2nd): 8 Aug. 1843, Enoch Bell to James Duncan, $200, E 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec.9 T9 R1E, 80 acres; wit. John Duncan, M.S. Hutchinson JP. (FHL film 897,522)
      5-527: 15 Jan. 1845, John Duncan of Lafayette Co. MS to William Strong of Lafayette Co. MS, $400, SW 1/4 Sec.6 T8 R2E; no wife, no wit.; ack. in Pontotoc Co. MS. (FHL film 897,522)
      5-674: 3 Nov. 1846, Ira M. Camp and wife Eliza of Pontotoc Co. MS to William M. Duncan of same, $150.56, New Albany town lots #2, 3, 4, 5, 15, 16, 17, 71, 76, 77, 84, 85, 86, 83; no wit. (FHL film 897,522)
      5-691: 21 Dec. 1846, Charles Butler, John B. Jones, Irastus Corning, and Franklin Dexter trustees of American Land Co. by their attorney "Peter Anderson" of 1st part, and Peter Anderson and Walter Goodman of 2nd part, to William Duncan of 3rd part; parties of 1st and 2nd part to 3rd part, $300, NE 1/4 Sec.23 T7 R2E; no wit; /s/ Charles Butler, John B. Jones, Erastus Corning, Franklin Dexter, Peter Anderson; by their attorney in fact W. Goodman; and W. Goodman. Walter Goodman appeared for himself and as attorney. (FHL film 897,522)
      5-722: 1 Feb. 1847, Thomas L. Duncan (no wife) of Pontotoc Co. MS to Milly M. Neighbors "(wife of Samuel P. Neighbors and daughter of the said Thomas L. Duncan)" (no locality), for love, slaves Matilda age about 24 and her two children Elizabeth and Mariah and a girl named Ellinor age abut 16. Wit. W.D. Bradford. (FHL film 897,522)
      5-722: 18 March 1847, Thomas L. Duncan (no wife) of Pontotoc Co. MS to Milly M. Neighbors "(wife of Samuel P. Neighbors and daughter of the said Thomas L. Duncan)" (no locality), for love, NW 1/4 Sec. 6, Twp 7, Range 4E. No wit. (FHL film 897,522)
      5-736: 19 March 1847, D. Forest Allgood bond to William M. Duncan for $1000, per action in ejectment in Circuit Court, D. Forest Allgood ex dun? of John S. Cobb plaintiff and William M. Duncan defendant for recovery of possession of part of Sec.13 T8 R2E, parties agreed to withdraw suit and submit to arbitration, bond that Allgood will abide by arbitration; wit. J.I. Wilson, J.T. Carr. (FHL film 897,522)
      5-737: 19 March 1847, Arbitrators found the line agreed upon between William M. Duncan and John S. Cobb shall be the line between D. Forest Allgood and William M. Duncan, and Allgood has no cause of action against William M. Duncan. (FHL film 897,522)
      5-748: 4 Jan. 1847, Mark Henley and Benjamin D. Whitney, trustees of Boston and Mississippi Cotton Land Co., both of Boston, Suffolk Co. MA, to William M. Duncan of Pontotoc Co. MS, $240, SE 1/4 Sec.14 T8 R2E; wit. Danl. D. Bradhead, George M. Thacher. (FHL film 897,522)
      6-128 (2nd): 21 Sept. 1847, D. Forest Allgood to Wm. M. Duncan, both Pontotoc Co. MS, in consideration, to abide by an award of arbitration made between parties in the premises which require said Allgood to make quit claim to said Duncan, part of SE 1/4 Sec.13 Twp.8 R.2E, beg. at half mile post on S. boundary of section, containing 4-33/160 acres; /s/ D.F. Allgood; wit. S. Bigham, James I. Wilson. (FHL film 897,523)
      6-157: Dallas Co. AL, 9 Oct. 1847, Philip J. Weaver and wife Ann P. of afsd to William M. Duncan of State of MS, $4,800, Sec.8 Twp.8 R.3E; no wit. (FHL film 897,523)
      6-189: 23 Dec. 1840, relinquishment by Sarah An (sic) Duncan, wife of Henry Duncan the grantor, to Turner Harris, of NE 1/4 Sec. 8, Twp. 9, Range 1E, recorded 25 Feb. 1848. (FHL film 897,523)
      6-303: 22 Jan. 1846, John F. Duncan and Francis S. (sic) Duncan his wife, to John Givins, $700, 160 acres, being NW 1/4 Sec. 6, Twp. 8, Range 4E. (FHL film 897,523)
      6-340: 15 June 1848, A.B. Price to John F. Duncan, mortgage, Price owes Saml. Cole ... (not copied) (FHL film 897,523)
      6-348: 10 Oct. 1848, Enoch C. Bell of Pontotoc Co. MS to John Duncan Jr. of same, $250, NE 1/4 Sec.9 T9 R1E, 80 acres; no wit. (FHL film 897,523 (FHL film 897,523)
      6-385: 9 Oct. 1848, Thomas L. Duncan and wife Mary A. (both signed their name) to Orpheas/Cephas R. Phifer, all Pontotoc Co., $150, 10 acres, part of Sec. 4, Twp. 9, Range 3E, beg. on Sec. line south of NW corner, to quarter section line. Wit. Jacob Souter, S.B. Bigham; rec. on oath of wit. 23 Dec. 1848. (FHL film 897,523)
      6-502: 11 Nov. 1848, John F. Duncan and wife Sarah F. Duncan, to John Morris, $240, NW 1/4 Sec. 30 Twp. 7, Range 5E. Sarah Francis Duncan examined. (FHL film 897,523)
      6-798: 21 Jan. 1850, Wm. L. Duncan, admr. of Horner Warren decd, to Wm. R. Pannell, reference to Probate Court of Tishomingo Co. held 2nd Monday of Oct., 1849, which ordered land in Pontotoc Co. be sold; SE 1/4 Sec. 19, Twp. 7, Range 4E; publicized in "Tishomingo Democrat" ... No wit. (FHL film 897,523)
      6-830: 21 Jan. 1850, William L. Duncan, admr. estate of Horace Warren decd. of Tishomingo Co. MS, to Louisa V. Warren, land in Pontotoc Co. MS; Wm. L. Duncan appeared in Tishomingo Co. (FHL film 897,523)
      6-831/2: 21 Jan. 1850, Wm. L. Duncan, admr. of Horner/Horace Warren decd, to William Dickson, Arthur C. Barton and Jno. W. Rutland, exors of will of Armistead Barton, decd, late of Franklin Co. AL ... (not copied). Wm. L. Duncan appeared in Tishomingo Co. MS to acknowledge deed. (FHL film 897,523)
      6-923: 20 May 1850, Joel Pinson to William Duncan, $1120, NW 1/4 Sec. 34, Twp. 8, Range 3E. (FHL film 897,523)
      6-934: 7 June 1850, John A. McNeil to William M. Duncan, (no localities), $450, E 1/2 and SW 1/4 Sec.4, NE 1/4 Sec.9, NW 1/4 Sec.15, SE 1/4 Sec.22, and NW 1/4 Sec.26, all Twp.8 R.2E (total acres not given); no wife, no wit; appeared in Pontotoc Co. MS. (FHL film 897,523)
      7-39: 13 Aug. 1850, William Duncan and wife Sarah (X) to And. J. Duncan, $200, 32 acres off N.side NW 1/4 Sec.13 T8 R2E and 8 acres off NW corner of NE 1/4 Sec.13 T8 R2E, total 40 acres, beginning NW corner of said Section, then S 32 poles, E 200 poles, N 32 poles to the Section line, then W 200 poles; wit. Jeremiah W. Duncan, Moses Murphey JP. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-77: 13 Aug. 1850, William Duncan and wife Sarah (X) to Jeremiah W. Duncan, $200, 41 acres and 17/20 acre of NE 1/4 Sec.12 T8 R2E, commencing on N. boundary of said quarter; wit. Andrew J. Duncan, Moses Murphey. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-117: 18 Sept. 1850, Angus W. Finley and wife Martha L. to Mary A. Duncan, $640, SE 1/4 Sec.32 T8 R3E in Chickasaw Survey, 160 acres; /s/ A.W. Finley, Martha L. Finley, by Joel Pinson their attorney in fact; no wit. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-153: 24 Feb. 1850, Benjamin C. Earle to John Duncan, both Pontotoc Co. MS, $100, SE 1/4 Sec.8 T9 R1E; no wit. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-154: 24 Feb. 1850, John Duncan of Pontotoc Co. MS to Benjamin C. Earle, $100, NW 1/4 Sec.33 T7 R2E; wit. S.G. Hampton; John Duncan appeared before John Duncan JP. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-376: 11 March 1851, James W. Duncan and William M. Duncan, execs. of will of William Duncan decd late of Pontotoc Co. MS, to A.J. Duncan of same, that Probate Court at Jan. 1851 term decreed the executors should sell on credit of 12 months:
            all Sec.7 T8 R3 except 100 acres off W.side
            all Sec.8 T8 R3
            NE 1/4 Sec.13 except 8 acres off NW corner, T8 R2
            NW 1/4 Sec.13 except 32 acres off N. part, T8 R2
            NE 1/4 Sec.23 T7 R2
            NW 1/4 Sec.34 T8 R3
all East of Base Meridian; published in "American Sovereign" for 8 weeks starting 11 Jan. 1851 and ending 1 March 1851; sold 11 March 1851 to highest bidder A.J. Duncan with Jeremiah W. Duncan joint security, the NW 1/4 Sec.13 T8 R2E except 32a off N.side; at $2.25 per acre, total $288; wit. C.L. Mitchell, Jeremiah W. Duncan. (FHL film 897,524)
            MAD: summary of acres and purchasers:
            all Sec.7 T8 R3 except 100 acres off W.side - Jeremiah W.Duncan
            all Sec.8 T8 R3 - 3/4 (except NW) to Cobb; NW to Mitchell
            NE 1/4 Sec.13 except 8 acres off NW corner, T8 R2 - Jeremiah W.
            NW 1/4 Sec.13 except 32 acres off N. part, T8 R2 - A.J. Duncan
            NE 1/4 Sec.23 T7 R2 - Sec.20? - William W. White
            NW 1/4 Sec.34 T8 R3 - Lewis Ball
      7-378: 11 March 1851, James W. Duncan and William M. Duncan, execs. of will of William Duncan decd late of Pontotoc Co. MS, to Jeremiah W. Duncan of same, that Probate Court at Jan. 1851 term decreed the executors should sell on credit of 12 months: all Sec.7 T8 R3 except 100 acres off W.side; all Sec.8 T8 R3; NE 1/4 Sec.13 except 8 acres off NW corner, T8 R2; NW 1/4 Sec.13 except 32 acres off N. part, T8 R2; NE 1/4 Sec.23 T7 R2; NW 1/4 Sec.34 T8 R3; all East of Base Meridian; published in "American Sovereign" for 8 weeks starting 11 Jan. 1851 and ending 1 March 1851; sold 11 March 1851 to highest bidder Jeremiah W. Duncan with John S. Cobb joint security, all of Sec.7 T8 R3 except 100 acres off W.side, and NE 1/4 Sec.13 T8 R2 except 8 acres off NW corner; at $9.25 per acre, total $6,401; wit. C.L. Mitchell, A.J. Duncan. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-380: 11 March 1851, James W. Duncan and William M. Duncan, execs. of will of William Duncan decd late of Pontotoc Co. MS, to John S. Cobb of same, that Probate Court at Jan. 1851 term decreed the executors should sell on credit of 12 months: all Sec.7 T8 R3 except 100 acres off W.side; all Sec.8 T8 R3; NE 1/4 Sec.13 except 8 acres off NW corner, T8 R2; NW 1/4 Sec.13 except 32 acres off N. part, T8 R2; NE 1/4 Sec.23 T7 R2; NW 1/4 Sec.34 T8 R3; all East of Base Meridian; published in "American Sovereign" for 8 weeks starting 11 Jan. 1851 and ending 1 March 1851; sold 11 March 1851 to highest bidder John S. Cobb with Jeremiah W. Duncan joint security, the NE 1/4 at $8.75 per acre, for SE 1/4 at $8.125 per acre, and SW 1/4 at $9.95 per acre, all Sec.8 T8 R3E, total $4,292; wit. C.L. Mitchell, A.J. Duncan. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-383: 9 April 1851, Richard E. Orne and wife Ann F. of Pontotoc Co. MS to Jeremiah W.H. Duncan, $180, NW 1/4, and W 1/2 SW 1/4, and E 1/2 SE 1/4, all Sec.3 T8 R2E; no wit. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-384: 9 April 1851, Richard E. Orne and wife Ann F. of Pontotoc Co. MS to Jas. W. Duncan, $180, NE 1/4, E 1/2 SW 1/4, and W 1/2 SE 1/4, all Sec.3 T8 R2E; no wit. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-410 (1st): 20 Nov. 1850, William M. Duncan to Silas A. Jones, $100, NW 1/4 Sec.15 T8 R2E; no wife or wit. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-410 (2nd): 22 March 1851, John S. Cobb and wife Malinda to William M. Duncan, $800, W 1/2 SW 1/4 Sec.8 T8 R3E; wit. C.G. Mitchell. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-423: 11 March 1851, James W. Duncan and William M. Duncan, execs. of will of William Duncan decd late of Pontotoc Co. MS, to Charles G. Mitchell of same, that Probate Court at Jan. 1851 term decreed the executors should sell on credit of 12 months: all Sec.7 T8 R3 except 100 acres off W.side; all Sec.8 T8 R3; NE 1/4 Sec.13 except 8 acres off NW corner, T8 R2; NW 1/4 Sec.13 except 32 acres off N. part, T8 R2; NE 1/4 Sec.23 T7 R2; NW 1/4 Sec.34 T8 R3; all East of Base Meridian; published in "American Sovereign" for 8 weeks starting 11 Jan. 1851 and ending 1 March 1851; sold 11 March 1851 to highest bidder Charles G. Mitchell with Joseph Smith joint security, the NW 1/4 Sec.8 R3, 160 acres, at $10 per acre, total $1,620; no wit. (MAD: ? 160.2 acres? but I read 160 acres) (FHL film 897,524)
      7-426: 11 March 1851, James W. Duncan and William M. Duncan, execs. of will of William Duncan decd late of Pontotoc Co. MS, to William W. White of same, that Probate Court at Jan. 1851 term decreed the executors should sell on credit of 12 months: all Sec.7 T8 R3 except 100 acres off W.side; all Sec.8 T8 R3; NE 1/4 Sec.13 except 8 acres off NW corner, T8 R2; NW 1/4 Sec.13 except 32 acres off N. part, T8 R2; NE 1/4 Sec.23 T7 R2; NW 1/4 Sec.34 T8 R3; all East of Base Meridian; published in "American Sovereign" for 8 weeks starting 11 Jan. 1851 and ending 1 March 1851; sold 11 March 1851 to highest bidder William W. White with Shelton R. White joint security, the NE 1/4 Sec.23 T7 R2E, 160 acres, at $4.51 per acre, total $721.60; no wit. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-428: 11 March 1851, James W. Duncan and William M. Duncan, execs. of will of William Duncan decd late of Pontotoc Co. MS, to Lewis Ball of same, that Probate Court at Jan. 1851 term decreed the executors should sell on credit of 12 months: all Sec.7 T8 R3 except 100 acres off W.side; all Sec.8 T8 R3; NE 1/4 Sec.13 except 8 acres off NW corner, T8 R2; NW 1/4 Sec.13 except 32 acres off N. part, T8 R2; NE 1/4 Sec.23 T7 R2; NW 1/4 Sec.34 T8 R3; all East of Base Meridian; published in "American Sovereign" for 8 weeks starting 11 Jan. 1851 and ending 1 March 1851; sold 11 March 1851 to highest bidder Lewis Ball with Martin Ball and Joseph C. Allen? joint security, the NW 1/4 Sec.34 T8 R3E, 160 acres, at $7 per acre, total $1,120; no wit. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-471: 6 March 1851, Mumford Willson to William M. Duncan, for $3.21, lots in town of New Albany, #15, 16 and 17; no wife, no wit. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-563: 12 Nov. 1847, Mark Healy and Benjamin P. Whitney, trustees of Boston and Mississippi Cotton Land Co., both of Boston, Suffolk Co. MA, to James M. Duncan of Pontotoc Co. MS, $1440, N 1/2 Sec.6 T8 R3E; wit. Wm. Stevens, George M. Thatcher. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-568: 3 Sept. 1851, R.E. Orne of Pontotoc Co. MS to James W. Duncan of same, $200, SW 1/4 Sec.11 T8 R2E; /s/ Richd. E. Orne, Ann F. Orne; no wit. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-585: 15 Nov. 1850, Mark Healy and Benjamin P. Whitney, trustees of Boston and Mississippi Cotton Land Co., both of Boston, Suffolk Co. MA, to James W. Duncan of Pontotoc Co. MS, $80, W 1/2 SW 1/4 Sec.2 T8 R2E; no wit. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-586: 15 Nov. 1850, Mark Healy and Benjamin P. Whitney, trustees of Boston and Mississippi Cotton Land Co., both of Boston, Suffolk Co. MA, to James W. Duncan, $640, SE 1/4 Sec.6 T8 R3E; no wit. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-587: 15 Nov. 1850, Mark Healy and Benjamin P. Whitney, trustees of Boston and Mississippi Cotton Land Co., both of Boston, Suffolk Co. MA, to Jere. W.H. Duncan, $80, E 1/2 SW 1/4 Sec.2 T8 R2E; no wit. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-595: 17 Oct. 1851, William M. Duncan to Booker Foster, $120.50, NE 1/4 Sec.4 T8 R2E; no wife, no wit. (FHL film 897,524)
      7-625: 17 Oct. 1851, William M. Duncan to Charles S. Bond, $25, lots 20, 10 and 77 in town of New Albany; no wife, no wit. (FHL film 897,524)
      8-49: 8 Dec. 1851, Joseph Powell to James W. Duncan, no localities, $1500, NE 1/4 Sec.6 T8 R3E; wit. Joel A. Hearn JP. (FHL film 897,525) (indexed as Joseph Pruett)
      8-237: 9 April 1852, John Duncan to James Duncan, $800, S 1/2 Sec.1 T9 R1E and SW 1/4 Sec.9 T9 R1E and SE 1/4 Sec.26 T7 R1E. No wife. Personally appeared John Duncan Sr?. before me John Duncan J.P.; Sarah Hall, wife of John C. Hall, also appeared and quitclaimed her interest to James Duncan in the above tracts. (FHL film 897,525)
      8-600: 9 April 1852, James Duncan to Thomas Easters, $75, SW 1/4 Sec.28 T8 R1E; no wit; appeared before John Duncan JP. (FHL film 897,525) (MAD: James Duncan the father of James M. Duncan of 1859 deed 14-64 signed in Calhoun Co. MS)
      8-731: 18 Jan. 1853, T.L. Duncan and Mary A. his wife to Joshua Pitts, $2214, N 1/2 Sec. 4, Twp. 9, Range 3E, except 10 acres off west portion of said 1/2 section, it being of the survey of the Chickasaw Cession. No wit. (FHL film 897,525)
      8-736: Pontotoc Co. MS, 13 Dec. 1851, John Duncan to Booker Foster, $200, N 1/2 Sec.31 Twp.7 R.2E and SE 1/4 Sec.25 Twp.7 R.1E; wit. James R. Miller; 1 Jan. 1852, appeared before me John Duncan JP, John Duncan who ack. deed; copy filed for recording 20 Jan. 1853, recorded 8 Feb. 1853. (FHL film 897,525; dates as given)
      8-737: 17 Jan. 1853, John Duncan to Thomas Easters, $157, SE 1/4 Sec.8, Twp.9, R.1E, except 3 acres & 45 rods said Duncan deeded to Decons of Washington Church; wit. M.L. Pittman; 17 Jan. 1853, John Duncan appeared before John Duncan JP; filed for record 20 Jan. 1853, recorded Feb. 8, 1853. (FHL film 897,525; dates as given)
      9-43: 15 March 1852, Jeremiah W. Duncan to William M. Duncan, both Pontotoc Co. MS, $6,401, Sec.7 T8 R3E except 100 acres off W.side, and NE 1/4 Sec.13 T8 R2 except 8 acres off NW corner; no wife; wit. C.G. Mitchell. (FHL film 897,526)
      9-119: 15 April 1852, John F. Duncan and wife Sarah F. of Itawamba Co. MS to James Holcome of Pontotoc Co. MS, $225, SE 1/4 Sec.29 T7 R5E; no wit; ack. in Itawamba Co. MS. (FHL film 897,526)
      9-199: 10 Jan. 1853, John Duncan to John C. Hall, $140, SW 1/4 Sec.4 T9 R1E at SW corner, a spring which said Hall cleaned out, 70 acres; no wit; appeared John Duncan Sr. before John Duncan JP. (FHL film 897,526)
      9-215: 5 Nov. 1852, Thomas L. Duncan (no wife) of Pontotoc Co. MS to John F. Duncan of Itawamba Co. MS; that John F. Duncan executed to Thomas L. Duncan this day his several promissory notes for $500 each, payable annually for 12 years; Thomas L. Duncan sells to John F. Duncan land, NW 1/2 Sec. 4, Twp. 9, R.3E, also negroes, horses, cattle, hogs, provisions of all kind that may be found on the place above described together with all waggons and farming utensils, except that said Thomas L. is to use and enjoy during his natural life the services of (one of the negroes). Wit. H.S. Long, Wm. Robertson. (FHL film 897,526)
      9-338: Baldwin Co. GA, 8 April 1853, James Duncan to Thomas Humphries, both of county & state afsd, $750, S 1/2 Sec.1 T9 R1E and SW 1/4 Sec.9 T9 R1E and 110 acres of SE 1/4 Sec.9 T9 R1E, all in Pontotoc Co. MS; wit. Creed A. Ingram, S.B. Brown JP; appeared before John Duncan, acting JP, Creed A. Ingram who saw James Duncan sign the deed. (FHL film 897,526)
      10-218: 7 Nov. 1854, Thomas L. Duncan and wife Mary A. to Benjamin C. Earle; on 7 July 1854 at Chancery Court at Holly Springs MS, in a suit wherein Mary A. Duncan was complainant and said Thomas L. and one John F. Duncan were defendants, it was ordered by court after determination that inasmuch as the said Mary A. owned in her own right the SE 1/4 Sec. 32, Twp. 8, R. 3E, to the purchase of which the said Thomas L. was willing to convey all his legal right and title thereto, that the said Mary A. and Thomas L. Duncan should enter a conveyance of the said 1/4 sec. to said Benjamin C. Earle as trustee for the said Mary A. Duncan ... /a/ Thomas L. Duncan, Mary A. Duncan. (FHL film 897,527)
      10-368/9: 26 Jan. 1855, John F. Duncan of Pontotoc Co. MS for $2300 the value of certain slaves sold to John F. Duncan this date by Thomas L. Duncan, and for a compromise and adjustment of various matters in controversy between the said Thomas L. Duncan and myself the said John F. Duncan, sell to Thomas L. Duncan for and during the term of his natural life all those certain tracts of land in Pontotoc Co. known as the SW 1/4 Sec. 11, Twp. 8, Range 3E; the NW 1/4 Sec. 14, Twp. 8, Range 3; and NE 1/4 Sec. 15 of Twp. 8 of Range 3E; also 1268 acres in Angelina Co. in State of Texas purchased by me the said John F. of Joshua Pitts, being the balance of said tract not sold by the said John F. to John Joxey?, Nich. White and Howill Linn, known as the Huffman League; to Thomas L. Duncan for his natural life with remainder to his children, my brothers William L. and Elihu G. Duncan and Milly Neighbors (my sister) and their heirs. Also released by Sarah F. Duncan 26 Jan. 1855. No wit. (FHL film 897,527)
      10-453/4: 26 Jan. 1855, John F. Duncan, of Pontotoc Co. MS, for and in consideration of a compromise and settlement of various matters in controversy between myself and Col. Thomas L. Duncan, sell to Thomas L. Duncan the following negroes ... during the term of his natural life with remainder to his children William L. Duncan, Elihu G. Duncan and Milly M. Neighbours. (does not say brothers and sister) (FHL film 897,527)
      10-455/6: 30 Jan. 1853, John F. Duncan and wife Sarah F. to Mary A. Duncan, $800, the NW 1/4 of Sec. 11 in Twp 8 of Range 3E. Wit. Hugh R. Miller, Wm. H. Kilpatrick. (FHL film 897,527)
      10-497: 26 Jan. 1855, Whereas John F. Duncan has by deed conveyed certain lands in the State of TX to John Doxey, Nich. White and Howell (no last name) respectively incured liability, which said lands in TX were given in exchange for certain tracts of land in Pontotoc, and on a compromise of certain matters in controversy between said John F. Duncan and one Thomas L. Duncan were this day conveyed by deed of even date by the said John F. Duncan to me the said Thomas L. Duncan; whereas also the said John F. Duncan is liable as a joint maker of promissory note dated 10 April 1854 due 12 months after date for $760.00 and signed with the said Thomas L. Duncan at his request and as his security, now the said Thomas L. Duncan being willing to secure the said John F. Duncan from all damage on account of the above recited liabilities, and in consideration of a compromise and an adjustment of various matters in controversy between the said parties; this day for the consideration of $1 (paid) to the said Thomas L. Duncan, said Thomas L. Duncan deeds to William D. Bradford of Pontotoc Co. following property: SW 1/4 Sec. 11, Twp.8, Range 3E; NW 1/4 Sec. 14 Twp. 8 Range 3E; NE 1/4 Sec. 15 Twp. 8 Range 3E, and negro slaves; Thomas L. Duncan retain possession until such time as John F. Duncan shall be compelled to meet the said liabilities and shall request?; the said William D. Bradford shall proceed to sell the property or so much thereof sufficient to satisfy the liability to be met by John F. Duncan, the balance to be paid over to the said Thomas L. Duncan; provided that the property not be sold on account of the damages sustained by reason of breach of warranties aforesaid until John F. Duncan shall have exhausted his remedy against Joshua Pitt on his deed to a certain league of land lying in Angelina Co. TX known as the Huffman League. /s/ Thos. L. Duncan. Note in margin: This trust is satisfied so far as NE 1/4 Sec. 15 Twp.8 R.3E and is released from said trust, 25 May 1857, John F. Duncan. (FHL film 897,527)
      10-550: 5 May 1855, Thomas L. Duncan to Gideon Cannon, $260, 26 acres, part of NW 1/4 Sec. 14, Twp. 8, R.3E, beg. at SW corner of 1/4 sec., running E. with S. boundary ... No wit. (FHL film 897,527)
      10-606: 22 May 1855, A.J. Duncan and wife Mary T.P. to Jeremiah W. Duncan, for $3,900, SW 1/4 Sec.12 T8 R2E, and 40 acres off W.side SE 1/4 Sec.12 T8 R2E, and NW 1/4 Sec.13 T8 R2E, and 8 acres in NW corner NE 1/4 Sec.13 T8 R2E; no wit, no localities; appeared before Joel A. Hearn JP. (FHL film 897,527)
      10-762: 17 Jan. 1856, Edward S?. Jaffray of New York City and County, trustee &c, to John Duncan of Pontotoc Co. MS, $480, NW 1/4 Sec.4 T9 R1E; wit. Thomas N. Brown, Sylvester Lay. (FHL film 897,527)
      11-6: 6 Nov. 1855, Thos. L. Duncan to John Gaffin, $500, SW 1/4 Sec. 7, Twp. 7, Range 1E. Wit. Elijah South, J.P. Carr. (FHL film 897,528)
      11-224: 14 April 1856, Wm. M. Duncan of Pontotoc Co. MS to Wolf Steppacher and Henry Bissinger for $800, SE 1/4 Sec.22 T8 R2E; wit. J.A. Morser. (FHL film 897,528)
      11-286: 29 Dec. 1855, Jeremiah W. Duncan to William T. Jones, all Pontotoc Co. MS, $100, W 1/2 SW 1/4 Sec.3 T8 R2E, 80 acres; release by Martha Duncan. (FHL film 897,528)
      11-305: 29 March 1856, Alexander M. Jackson, guardian of Margaret E. Brewster, to James W. Duncan, all Pontotoc Co. MS; that Probate Court on Feb. 1856 authorized sale to highest bidder on credit of 12 months, sold 29 March 1856 to James W. Duncan for $2500, part of Sec.1 T8 R2E in S.boundary near SE corner, 200 acres; no wit. (FHL film 897,528)
      11-740: 1 July 1856, Wm. H. Duncan (heading: Wm. L. Duncan), exec. of will of Wm. Duncan decd late of Pontotoc Co. MS, to Jer. W. Duncan of same; that Probate Court in May 1856 ordered sale on credit of 12 months of 100 acres off W.side Sec.7 T8 R3E and 200 acres off E.side Sec.12 T8 R2E, published in "Examiner" published in town of Pontotoc, land was sold to highest bidder Jeremiah W. Duncan for $14.25 per acre, total $4,275; Jeremiah W. Duncan executed bond with Jno. S. Cobb security to pay in 12 months, this a deed; wit. Benj. Collins. C.G. Mitchell. (FHL film 897,528)
      12-365: 20 May 1857, John F. Duncan and wife Sarah F. Duncan to Milly Nabors, $2300, all our right etc. to SW 1/4 Sec. 11, Twp. 8, Range 3E; the NW 1/4 Sec. 14, Twp. 8, Range 3E; and the NE 1/4 Sec. 15, Twp. 8, Range 3E. (FHL film 897,529)
      12-413: 1 Nov. 1854, Thomas Humphries of Baldwin Co. GA to John Duncan Sr. of Pontotoc Co. MS, $200, SE 1/4 Sec.26 T7 R1E; no wit., no wife. (FHL film 897,529)
      12-486: 20 May 1857, Samuel P. Nabors and wife Milly M. of Navarro Co. TX, appoint John F. Duncan of Pontotoc Co. MS as attorney to sell SW 1/4 Sec. 11, Twp. 8, Range 3E and also SW 1/4 Sec. 14, Twp. 8, Range 3E. Samuel P. Nabors and Milly M. Nabors both appeared in Pontotoc Co. MS. (FHL film 897,529)
      12-487: 18 April 1857, In consideration of $2300, sell to Milly Nabors all our right etc. to land in Pontotoc Co. MS, SW 1/4 Sec. 11, Twp. 8, Range 3E; the NW 1/4 Sec. 14, Twp. 8, Range 3E; and the NE 1/4 Sec. 15, Twp. 8, Range 3E. /s/ E.G?. Duncan, Wm. L. Duncan. E.G. Duncan appeared in Pontotoc Co. MS 13 April 1857; W.L. Duncan appeared in Pontotoc Co. MS 22 July 1857. (FHL film 897,529)
      12-570: 11 Aug. 1857, Samuel P. Nabors and wife Milly M. Nabors to Gideon Cannon, $260, NW 1/4 Sec. 14, Twp. 8, Range 3E, the same calls and bounds as the deed made by Thomas L. Duncan to said Cannon. /s/ Samuel P. Nabors, Milly M. Nabors by John F. Duncan, attorney in fact. (FHL film 897,529)
      13-534: 14 Jan 1857, Mary A. Duncan of Pontotoc Co. MS to S.H. Plant of same, $800, NW 1/4 Sec.11 T8 R3E; wit. S.W. McWhorter, James Boswell. (FHL film 897,530)
      13-655: 5 May 1859, Martha J. Duncan, admx. of Jeremiah W. Duncan, decd, late of Pontotoc Co. MS; to James W. Duncan, Andrew J. Duncan, Sarah Cole, Mary Hargroves, Lucinda Collins, Sarah S.A. Duncan, Thomas H. Duncan, Nancy J. Duncan, A.B. Tardy, W.D. Tardy, A.J. Tardy, B.S. Tardy, Elizabeth Davis, Lucinda S. Austin, Martha Tardy, Mary Tardy, Thomas H. Tardy, Nancy Cook, W.D. Davis, Amanda M. Jones, Pamela V. Jones, William T?. Cobb, James H. Cobb, Sarah E. Cobb, Mary E. Cobb and John S. Cobb, Jr.; at Probate Court of Pontotoc Co. MS on 2nd Monday in February 1859, in consideration of facts that the ancestor William M. Duncan of the parties of the 2nd part, on 16 Aug. 1856, purchased of Jeremiah W. Duncan land, 100 ?? off W. side of Sec. 7, Twp 8, Range 3E, and E 1/2 Sec. 12 Twp 8, R. 2, except 221 and 17/20 acres off W. side of said 1/2 section, for $2850, due 1 July 1857; that Jeremiah W. Duncan made title bond to William M. Duncan to deliver title on payment of money; that William M. Duncan made a note to Jeremiah W. Duncan for the money; that 8 Oct. 1857 Jeremiah W. Duncan died without a will and without having made title to William M. Duncan; that William M. Duncan on 19 Feb. 1858 died without having obtained title, leaving the parties of the 2nd part his descendants and heirs; now the undersigned (Martha J. Duncan) make title to the parties of the 2nd part for the above land. (FHL film 897,530)
      14-64: 29 Jan. 1859, James M. Duncan, in consideration that my father James Duncan executed to Thomas Eastire in 1852, I, James M. Duncan convey to Thomas Eastire the SW 1/4 Sec.28 T8 R1E; signed in Calhoun Co. MS. (FHL film 895,465) (MAD: see deed 8-600)
      14-769: Baldwin Co. GA, 13 Aug. 1860, Thomas Humphries of Baldwin Co. GA to James Duncan of same, $200, W 1/2 NE 1/4 Sec.9 T9 R1E, 80 acres more or less; wit. John R. Roberts, Samuel B. Brown JP. (FHL film 895,465)
      15-93: 20 Sept. 1860, James Duncan to Nathan G. Parke, said Duncan having his residence at this time in the state of GA, for $400, NE 1/4 Sec.9 T9 R5E, 160 acres; no wit; James Duncan ack. in Pontotoc Co. MS. (FHL film 895,466)
 

Pontotoc Co. MS Document (from Gloria Baker 1993)
      In consideration of $80 we convey and warrant to John Baker our entire interest in the following land described as the southeast quarter of Sec. 22 Twp. 8 Range 1 in Pontotoc Co. MS, 4 May 1895, /s/ A.G. Duncan, Arina Duncan, I.Q. Duncan, G.W. Duncan, B.E. Duncan, G.B. Sneed, J.W. Sneed, E.J. Baker, M.S. Baker, G.J. (X) Duncan, A.B. Duncan. A.B. Duncan (he) appeared 7 Dec. 1900 in Pontotoc Co., A.G. Duncan and wife Arina Duncan, I.Q. Duncan, G.W. Duncan & wife B.E. Duncan, G.B. Sneed and her husband J.W. Sneed appeared 4 May 1895 in Lafayette Co. MS; M.S. Baker and his wife E.J. Baker appeared 23 Oct. 1895 in Lafayette Co. MS; G.J. Duncan appeared 28 Nov. 1895 in Pontotoc Co. MS.
      GB: This purchase agreement between John Baker and John F. Duncan's heirs lists all the children of John F. Duncan and Caroline L. Souter except Viola Texas, wife of John Baker; John Baker bought all shares of property except his wife's; she died in 1897. When the property was sold in early 1900's, the situation had to be settled in the courts since John Baker owned 29/32 of property and his children owned 3/32. M.S. (Mose) Baker is brother of John Baker and husband of E.J. Duncan.
      MAD: A.G. Duncan (Albert G.) & wife Arina Duncan; I.Q. Duncan (Iva Q.) (male); G.W. Duncan (George D.) & wife B.E. Duncan; G.B. Sneed (Gionna B.) & husband J.W. Sneed; E.J. Baker (Emma J.) & husband M.S. Baker; G.J. (X) Duncan (Galena J.) (male); A.B. Duncan (Addie B.) (male); (Viola Texas & husband John Baker) from 1880 census.
 

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