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Mary Ann (Duncan) Dobson
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Last revised January 8, 2012

ROSS CO. OH
Formed 1798 from Adams, Washington
Fairfield formed 1800 from Ross, Washington
Franklin formed 1803 from Ross, Wayne Co. MI
Greene formed 1803 from Hamilton, Ross
Highland formed 1805 from Ross, Adams, Clermont
Fayette formed 1810 from Ross, Highland
Pickaway formed 1810 from Ross, Fairfield, Franklin
Pike formed 1815 from Ross, Scioto, Adams
Jackson formed 1816 from Scioto, Gallia, Athens, Ross
Hocking formed 1818 from Athens, Ross, Fairfield
Vinton formed 1850 from Gallia, Athens, Ross, Jackson, Hocking
 

CENSUS RECORDS

1820 Ross Co. OH Census
Richmond Twp.
Pg.262  Zachariah Duncan      100010   - 50010
          (MAD: 1830 Sandusky Co. OH census)


1830 Ross Co. OH Census
Green Twp.
Pg.289  Thomas K. Duncan      2000,01  - 0010,01


1840 Ross Co. OH Census
Green Twp.
Pg.430  Isabella Duncan       002      - 0001,1

1850 Ross Co. OH Census
(handwritten page numbers, not stamped)
Chillicothe
Pg.21, #154, Francis CAMPBELL 58 PA merchant & family
                  Y.C. DUNCAN (m) 19 PA clerk
Pg.92, #722, Moses N. MARSH 29 MA shoemaker & family
                  Thomas DUNCAN 21 MA shoemaker
                  others
Green Twp.
Pg.426, #47, Benjamin DUNCAN 23 OH none $2500
                  Amanda J. 21 OH
                  James B. 1 OH
Pg.427, #---, James DUNCAN 21 OH none $2500
            (many dissimilar names, no household numbers)
 

1860 Ross Co. OH Census
Kingston, Green Twp.
Pg.202, #463-460, James DUNCAN 31 OH merchant $2300-$4500
                  Anna E. 30 VA
                  Janie? (f) 10/12 OH
                  (MAD: 1870 Fairfield Co. OH census)
Pg.204, #486-483, B.F. DUNCAN (m) 33 OH merchant $5700-$4000
                  A.J. (f) 31 OH
                  J.B. (m) 10, T.L. (m) 6 OH
                  C.D. (m) 3, Mary 8/12 OH
                  William E. EVANS 14 OH
 

1870 Ross Co. OH Census (pg.477 from Kathy D. Cawley 5/2006)
Chillicothe, Ward 1
Pg.477, #320-348, DUNCAN, Benjamin F., age 43, m/w, sewing machine agent, $6000./$3500., Ohio
                  Amanda, age 41, f/w, keeping house, Ohio
                  James B., age 20, m/w, clerks in sewing m. store, $---./$150., Ohio
                  Thomas L., age 16, m/w, attending school, Ohio
                  Charles D., age 12, m/w, attending school, Ohio
                  Effie, age 9, f/w, attending school, Ohio
                  ROKEMEYER, Mary, age 18, f/w, domestic servant, Ohio, parents foreign born
                  Cordelia 23 OH keeping house
Chillicothe, Ward 4
Pg.563, #233-262, DUNCAN, Thomas 24 SCT machinist $0-$100, parents of foreign birth
                  Cordelia 23 OH keeping house
                  Nellie 2 OH, father of foreign birth
                  HARDMAN, Lucy 26 OH keeping house $2,000-$100
                  WALLACE, Ann 56 MD infirm
                  MORRIS, Alonzo 22 OH machinist, mar. in Oct.
                  Ella 18 OH keeping house, mar. in Oct.
Concord Twp.
Pg.603, #176-176, DUNCEN, Henderson 45 VA BLACK farmer $0-$200
                  Jane 21 VA BLACK keeping house
                  Saluda (f) 13 OH BLACK at home
                  Eva 1 OH BLACK
Huntington Twp.
Pg.712-713, #279-264, DUNBAAR, James S. 42 OH farm laborer $500-$350
                  Sarah A. 42 OH keeping house
                  Isabella S. 18, Nancy A. 16 OH domestic servants
                  George J.F. 13, James M. 11 OH farm laborers
                  Mary M. 4, Arentha E. (f) 2 OH at home
                  (MAD: indexed James S. Duncan)
 

MARRIAGE RECORDS

Ross Co. OH Marriage Registers (index to 1844 on FHL film 281,647; index 1840-1867 on FHL film 317,477)
   Register A - no Duncan (FHL film 281,647)
   Register B, 1809-1825 (FHL film 281,647)
      B-23: Zachariah Duncan to Margaret Shipley, m. 4 Jan. 1810 by John Furguson; pg.121 (FHL film 281,637)
      B-240: Rachel Duncan to Solom (sic) Furry, m. 16 Sept. 1816 by Wm. Stockton JP; pg.292
   Register C, 1825-1834 - no Duncan (FHL film 281,637)
   Register D, 1834-1844 (FHL film 281,650)
      D-49: 27 March 1835, John N. Dempsey and Tabitha Duncan; m. 31 March 1835 by James Miller, JP
   Register 1, 1840-1847 (FHL film 281,651)
      1-154: 19 May 1843, Robert Duncan to Mary H. Murry, Robt. Duncan sworn; no return (MAD: 1850 Highland Co. OH)
   Register 2, 1848-1852 (FHL film 281,651)
      2-160: 22 June 1850, Benjamin F. Duncan to Amanda Jane Zimmerman, James Duncan sworn; m. 23 June 1850 by T. Stearns, Pres. Min.
      2-231: 30 June 1851, James Duncan to Miss Hannah E. Jack, Otho W. Rigby sworn; m. 3 July 1851 by T. Stearns, Pres. Min.
   Register 3, 1852-1867 - no Duncan listed (from Pat Johnson 3/25/1989)
 

ESTATE RECORDS

Ross Co. OH Probate Records
   Probate Index (FHL film 912,880; cases not filmed)
      1834: Duncan, Benjamin, case #1945 (MAD: see Pickaway Co. OH)
      1837: Duncan, Benjamin, case #1962
      1837: Duncan, James, case #1961
      1837: Duncan, Thomas K., case #1959, Inv. 9-383
   Abstract of will books, 1800-1900 (by DAR) - no Duncan (FHL film 859,784)
   Complete Record, Vol. 8, 1837-1838 - no Harvey, Duncan (FHL film 976,997)
   Complete Record, Vol. 9, 1838-1839 (FHL film 976,997)
      Harvey vs. Smith, pg.451; no ref. to Duncan
   Testamentary Docket 1816-1821 - no index (FHL film 912,871)
   Testamentary Docket 1828-1833 - no Duncan (FHL film 912,561)
   Testamentary Docket 1834-1838 (FHL film 912,871)
      Pg.248/9: 11 July 1837; widow relinquished right of admin., James Taylor appointed admin. of estate of Thomas K. Duncan, security Meek Steely/Steety. Isabella Duncan appointed guardian of Benjamin Duncan aged 10 years and James Duncan aged 8 years. Sec. Joseph Cham? and Thos. J. Winship.
 

LAND RECORDS

Ross Co. OH Deed Index (FHL film 340,436; copied to ca 1850)
      19-521; 22-237: Duncan, John & Paulina et al to David Holt, P/A 1823; by Atty 1824
      22-378, 401; 36-160, 161; 42-497; 48-311, etc.: Duncan, Thomas K.
      29-306: Duncan, James &w P/A to Bock, Jacob, 1834
      29-320: Duncan, Mary et al by atty, 1834
      36-161: Duncan, James heirs by gdn, Isabelle, 1839
      48-311: Duncan, B.F. and James, 1849, to school; later not copied
      49-66: Duncan, Benj. F. et al, Duncan's survey, Kingston Twp, 1849
      51-288: Duncan, B.F. et al (later not copied)
      57-34: Duncan, Benj. F. &w. & James H. &w. 1951

Ross Co. OH Deeds
      19-521: 7 July 1823, John H. Duncan and wife Paulina A.R. Duncan late Paulina A.R. Holt and Amelia B. Holt of Jefferson Co. MS, legal heirs of Thomas Holt decd, late of Harrison Co. KY, appoint brother David Holt of Harrison Co. KY attorney to sell and settle inheritance ... sell land in State of OH and elsewhere. Wit. Jas. G. Wood, John Foster in Jefferson Co. MS. (FHL film 340,465)
      19-522: Joseph H. Holt of Bourbon Co. KY, Thomas Holt, Jane M. Holt, Louisa M. Holt and Amelia B. Holt of Harrison Co. KY, etc. (FHL film 340,465)
      22-237: 14 June 1824, David Holt for himself and attorney for John H. Duncan and wife Paulina A.R. Duncan formerly Holt not copied. (FHL film 340,466)
      22-378: 1 May 1828, surveyed at request of Duncan and Logan, 15 lots of ground in Ross Co., part of and out of 50 acre tract; town of Kingston; Duncan & Logan addition to town of Kingston. (FHL film 340,466)
      22-401: 6 July 1828, Thomas K. Duncan and wife Isabella and Samuel Logan to John Grinmuman?, all Ross Co., Lot #3 in Green Twp in Duncan & Logan's addition to Kingston. Wit. Peter Frederick, James Ritchey. (FHL film 340,466)
      29-306: 19 Nov. 1834, James Duncan of Marion Co. IN and wife Mary late Mary Bock (Beck), one of the daus. and heirs of Jacob Bock late of Hocking Co. OH, appoint Jacob Bock of Marion Co. IN attorney to receive of Jesse Ratliff, admr. of estate of Jacob Bock, one equal 12th part ... Wit. Wm. C. Robinson, John Miller. Reg. in Marion Co. IN. (FHL film 340,470)
      29-315: Deeds from other Beck heirs and widow Elizabeth; not copied.
      36-160: Decree in Chancery Court Oct. 29, 1838, Court of Common Pleas; William Harvey vs. the widow and heirs of Thos. K. Duncan decd; Isabella Duncan, widow &c & the answer of the infant heirs by their guardian ad litum; lands were sold to the compl. William Harvey by said Thomas K. Duncan and said Logan, partners in trade; Thomas died intestate without making deed; money paid; now therefore, 13 Feb. 1839, Isabella Duncan widow of decd. in her own right and as guardian for Benjamin Duncan and James Duncan, the infant heirs of said decd., make deed to lot adj. town of Kingston, 2 acres. Wit. Peter Frederick, Jas. Taylor. (FHL film 340,473)
      42-497: Court of Common Pleas, 11 Oct. 1844, petition of Isabella Duncan, guardian of Benjamin Franklin Duncan and James Duncan, minor heirs of Thomas K. Duncan; sell at auction 15 March 1845 to Amos Benton for $553, S 1/2 lot 7 and 9 and 11 in town of Kingston. Deed 14 April 1845. Wit. John Mowrey, Ambrose Jones. (FHL film 340,477)
      42-498: 2 April 1845, Amos Benton and wife Sarah to Isabella Duncan, $553, above land. Wit. John Mowrey, Ambrose Jones. (FHL film 340,477)
      48-311: 5 March 1849, Benjamin F. Duncan and James Duncan of Ross Co. OH to Jonathan Sherman, etc., school directors of Dist. 2 of Green Twp, $50, 1/4 acre in Sec. 4, T9, R21, part of 22a conveyed to Duncan & Logan ... Wit. Benjamin Ridd, Saml. Keiser. (FHL film 340,480)
      51-288: 13 Feb. 1851, James Duncan and Benjamin F. Duncan & wife Amanda J. to John Mowrey, ... (FHL film 340,481)
      57-34: 27 Aug. 1851, Benjamin F. Duncan & wife Amanda J. and James Duncan and wife Hannah E., of Ross Co., to Lewis S. Sifford ... (FHL film 340,484)
 

REFERENCES FROM OTHER LOCALITIES

Jefferson Co. OH Deed Record (SLC 2/2009)
      C-200: 21 June 1810, Benjamin Hough and wife Cathrine of Ross Co. OH to Hercules Dunkin of Washington Co. PA, for $480, NE 1/4 Sec.28 Twp.6 Range 2, part of tract patented to Benjamin Hough on 15 May 1810, 160 acres. Wit. John Ferguson, Robert Kircherval. Ack. Ross Co. OH. (FHL film 895,948)
 

Logan Co. OH Deeds (SLC 2/2009)
      36-276: 5 April 1856, Daniel Whitsel and wife Eliza B. of Macon Co. IL for $450 to Benj. F. Duncan of Ross Co. OH, being equal undivided one half of part of survey 12112 on Military Warrent 6530 for heirs of Elizabeth R. Worthington on waters of Rush Creek in VA Military District, beg. on N. line of survey where the county line between Union and Logan Cos. ... 194 acres 29 poles. Wit. J.F. Miser?, Wm. Prather. Ack. Macon Co. IL. (FHL film 545,380)
      36-508: 17 April 1860, B.F. Duncan and wife Amanda J. Duncan, and William Wright and Edward Wright of Ross Co. OH, for $1,040, to Lot G. Williams of Logan Co. OH, part of VA Military Survey 12112 on waters of Rush Creek, line between Logan and Union Cos., (more not copied), 104 acres being lot 1 of Duncan and Wrights subdivision of said survey. All signed. Wit. W.L. Zimmerman, T.J.N. Lindsey. Ack. Ross Co. OH. (FHL film 545,380)
      45-499/500: 16 March 1868, Edward Wright and Lavina R. Wright his wife and Benjamin F. Duncan and Amanda J. Duncan his wife of Ross Co. OH, for $900, to Abner K. Elliott of Logan Co. OH, sell premises in Logan Co. OH, being lot 2 in Duncan & Wright's subdivision of survey 12112, beg. at SW corner of said survey, then ... corner to Lot 1, with line between lots 1 and 2, county line of Logan and Union Co., containing 90 acres; also the right of way ... /s/ Amanda J. Duncan, Edward Wright, Lavina R. Wright, B.F. Duncan. Wit. T.I?.N. Lindsey, James T. Wright. Lavina R. Wright and Amanda J. Duncan examined separate from their husbands. 16 March 1868, T.I.R. Lindsey JP. Rec. Aug. 7, 1868. (FHL film 545,384)
 

Pickaway Co. OH Deed (FHL film 288,366)
      F-37: 9 April 1823, Thomas K. Duncan of Ross Co. OH to Samuel F. McCracken of Fairfield Co. OH, $1300, 103-3/4 acres in Pickaway Co. OH, part of Sec. 7 and 18, T10, R21. No wife. Wit. Joseph Olde, G. Wolfley?.
 

Tippecanoe Co. IN Deed (FHL film 854,176)
      A-42: 29 May 1826, Benjamin Duncan (no wife) of Ross Co. OH to James Cochran of same, $300, W 1/2 SE 1/4 and E 1/2 SW 1/4 of Sec. 3, and E 1/2 NW 1/4 Sec. 10, both Twp 22, Range 4 West, all in Terre Haute Dist. Wit. John McCullough, Robert Johnston. Reg. in Montgomery Co. IN 6 July 1827.
 

McCracken Co. KY Deed (FHL film 301,060; SLC 10/4/2011)
      A-394/396: 22 March 1834, Thomas K. Duncan of Ross Co. OH, administrator of Benjamin Duncan my brother who died as it is said of cholera in May 1833 at Paducah, KY, intestate, have appointed Thomas Lingerall of county & state afsd my attorney and agent to proceed? to Paducah, KY, and ask, demand, and if necessary to sue for me to receive any and all money, debts, property, goods, etc. that belonged to the said Benjamin Duncan deceased or in which he was in any way interested and act in my name as administrator both in and out of court and in giving receipts ..., and to have with him evidence of my being such administrator of Benjamin Duncan decd. from the Court of Common Pleas of Ross Co. OH ... /s/ Thos. K. Duncan, Administrator of Benjamin Duncan decd. Wit. John L. Taylor, Wm. Key Bond?. Thomas K. Duncan, Administrator of Benjamin Duncan decd, appeared before James Miller, Justice of the Peace for Ross Co. OH, 22 March 1834. Certification by Humphrey Fullerton, Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for Ross Co. OH that James Miller Esqr. was and now is an acting Justice of the Peace, 22 March 1834. Certification by Frederick Gorinth? (Grinks?), President Judge of Court of Common Pleas of Ross Co. OH re Humphrey Fullerton, 22 March 1834. Recorded McCracken Co. KY, Preston Smith?? Clerk of McCracken County Court certified the power of attorney and certificates of authentication were exhibited in his office and ordered to be recorded, 17 May 1834. (FHL film 301,060; SLC 10/4/2011)
 

Mercer Co. KY Deed (FHL film 191,812)
      4-281: 10 Sept. 1801, Abraham Chapline and wife Elizabeth of Mercer Co. KY to Benjamin Duncan of Ross Co., Northwestern Territory (OH), that Abraham Chaplin did locate and carry through the different offices and survey of 800 acres for which services the 1/2 of said tract was conveyed on the back of the plat unto Abraham Chaplin's 4? acre patent accordingly showed in the name of Benjamin Duncan and Abraham Chaplin as tenants in common, the said tract in the county of Warren and on a branch of Big Barren River; now said Chaplin this day sold his interest in said tract to Benjamine Duncan, $500. No wit.
 

Warren Co. KY Deeds (FHL film 339,900)
      C3-299: 19 July 1806, Benjamin Duncan of Ross Co. OH to Samuel Lagrower of Warren Co. KY, $600, 280 acres, part of 800 acre survey of military land patented in name of Benjamin Duncan and Abraham Chapline jointly (no watercourse). Wit. Mattson? Reed, Robert M. Hill.
      E5-8: 11 Dec. 1804, Benjamin Duncan of Ross Co. OH appoint friend Daniel Monroe Sr. of Warren Co. KY, attorney. Wit. John Ray. Benjamin Duncan appeared in Warren Co. KY to ack. to John Ray, J.P. (rechecked SLC 6/2009)
      E5-399: 28 June 1811, Benjamin Duncan of Pickaway Co. OH to Benjamin Freeman of Warren Co. KY, etc.
 

York Co. PA Orphans Court (FHL film 22,158)
      W-363: 2 Jan. 1849, personal estate in York Co. PA of Robert Duncan formerly of State of OH, decd; divide $172.44 to heirs: Robert Duncan, John C. Duncan, Thos. Irwin in right of his wife Esther Ann Irwin, Robert Bryan in right of his wife Mary Jane Bryan, Elizabeth Duncan, Isabella Duncan, Sarah Duncan, Nancy Duncan, all of Highland Co. OH, and Andrew Taylor in right of his wife Margaret Taylor of Ross Co. OH.
 

HISTORIES before 1923

"The county of Ross : a history of Ross County, Ohio, from the earliest days, with special chapters on the bench and bar, medical profession, educational development, industry and agriculture and biographical sketches" by Henry Holcomb Bennett; pub. Madison, Wis.: S.A. Brant, 1902, 729 pgs. (LH7139, HeritageQuest images 5/2007; FHL book 977.182 H2b and film 599,261 item 2)
      Pg.237: Green Township. George Brown, bought a lot of Thomas Ing in 1817, put up a little store building, and obtained a temporary license to sell at Kingston. Brown maintained his other stores, and probably did not have a permanent establishment at Kingston until the summer of 1819. In the fall of that year he sold out his Kingston store to Thomas K. Duncan and Samuel Logan. ... (mention on another page of lot in Duncan and Logan's addition, Kingston)
      Pg.549: ARTHUR D. KLINE, of South Salem, ... his father Daniel Kline, a Virginian, settling on Deer creek in Ross county about 1819 ... Daniel Kline married Maria, daughter of George Parrett, ... nine children. ... Arthur D. Kline was born and bred in Buckskin township ... shortly after leaving school he married Mary E., daughter of John C. Duncan. The latter belongs to an old and well established family of Highland county, his father being a native of Glasgow, Scotland. Mr. and Mrs. Kline have three children: Pearl D., their eldest son, in the US regular army now serving in the Philippines; Arthur S. at home, George C. in school.
      Pg.668: ALEXANDER RUDMAN, first deputy sheriff of Ross county, was born in Huntington township, Ross county, July 19, 1863. His parents were August and Katherine (Hummel) Rudman, both natives of Baden, Germany, who were married in Ross county, about 1855. Five children were born to this union, ... Mrs. Kate Duncan, the second born, lives in Chillicothe; ...
 

1880 "History of Macon County, Illinois : and biographical sketches of some of its prominent men and pioneers" pub. by Brink, McDonough & Co. (FHL book 977.358 H2h and film 897,417 item 2; from Pat Johnson 3/1989)
      Pg.217: John N. Demsey was born in Fayette Co. OH in the year of 1813. About the year 1832 he was married at Chillicothe [Ross Co.], OH, to Tabitha Duncan, a native of Jackson Co. OH, and a daughter of General John Duncan. General John Duncan was born in TN and was connected with a family of that name who settled in middle [Hardeman Co.] TN, where a considerable number of the descendants still reside. During the Indian troubles, connected with the War of 1812, he raised a regiment in TN with which to fight the Indians, and after having served in OH, he settled at Salt Springs in Jackson Co. of that state, where he lived for many years."
 

OTHER RECORDS

"Roster of Ohio soldiers in the War of 1812" (anonymous); pub. Columbus, Ohio: The Adjutant General of Ohio, 1916, 159 pgs. (LH6374, HeritageQuest images 5/2007; FHL book 977.1 M23r and film 1,954,485 item 2 and fiche 6,104,621 and 6,051,388)
      Pg.46: Pages 263-264-265-266, Vol.2. Roll of Capt. Thomas Morgan's Co., from Ross and Scioto Counties, served from July 28, until September 9, 1813, and from February 13, until March 18, 1814. Privates ... Duncan, John. (under Ensign James McLain)
 

Some early Duncans in Ross Co. OH:
      Daniel Duncan, June 1799, sued Abner Meeker, surety John Biswell, for nonpayment of note dated 22 Feb. 1797, from Territorial Court Order Book pgs.67-71 (pg.471, Vol.II, "Gateway to the West" by Ruth Bowers and Anita Short, 1989 reprint of periodical 1967 to 1978, Vol.5#2, FHL book 977.1 D25g)
      David Duncan, 1799, sued by merchants and others over notes, including a Andrew Tybout on 14 July 1796 at Phila. made bill of exchange to Duncan., from Territorial Order Book pgs. 94-97, 186, 247-249. (pg.472, 475, 479, Vol.II, "Gateway to the West" by Ruth Bowers and Anita Short, 1989 reprint of periodical 1967 to 1978, Vol.5#2, and Vol.8#3, FHL book 977.1 D25g)
      D. Duncan, 1800, at Franklinton, wanted to hire workers, mentions Duncan's Lick, in early OH newspapers. (pg.179, 182, "Pioneer OH Newspapers 1793-1810" by Karen Mauer Green, FHL book 977.1 B38g)
      D. Duncan Jun. and David Duncan Jun., 23 July 1801, mentioned in "Scioto Gazette & Chillicothe Advertiser; 16 April 1801, David Duncan had letter at post office in Chillicothe. (pg.184, 187, 188, "Pioneer OH Newspapers 1793-1810" by Karen Mauer Green, FHL book 977.1 B38g) (MAD: ?? David Duncan Sr. of Mason Co. KY??)
      James Dunken, 21 Nov. 1801, had suit against Armstead Adams mentioned in newspaper by Thomas Kirker at Eagle Creek in Adams Co., in "Scioto Gazette & Chillicothe Advertiser." (pg.191, "Pioneer OH Newspapers 1793-1810" by Karen Mauer Green, FHL book 977.1 B38g)
      Benjamin Duncan, 1802-1806, on Pickaway Plains, had letter at post office in Chillicothe or was mentioned in "Scioto Gazette & Chillicothe Advertiser." (pg.194, 197, 211, 219, 227, 230, 247, 263, "Pioneer OH Newspapers 1793-1810" by Karen Mauer Green, FHL book 977.1 B38g)
      David Duncan Jun., 1803, or David Duncan of Franklinton, mentioned in "Scioto Gazette & Chillicothe Advertiser" (pg.203, 205, "Pioneer OH Newspapers 1793-1810" by Karen Mauer Green, FHL book 977.1 B38g)
      Ennis Duncan, 20 Feb. 1804, had note to Samuel Brown of Nelson Co. mentioned in "Scioto Gazette & Chillicothe Advertiser." (pg.216, "Pioneer OH Newspapers 1793-1810" by Karen Mauer Green, FHL book 977.1 B38g)
      Peter DUNEN, 15 April 1805, had letter left at Post Office in Chillicothe [Ross Co. OH]; from Scioto Gazette & Chillicothe Advertiser. (pg.230, "Pioneer OH Newspapers 1793-1810" by Karen Mauer Green, FHL book 977.1 B38g)
      Benjamin Duncan, 1806, mentioned in "Western Spy and Hamilton Gazette" newspaper 18 Nov. 1806, Hamilton Reed in Boon[e] Co. KY, regarding a bond to Benjamin Duncan of Ross Co. OH. (pg.147, "Pioneer OH Newspapers 1793-1810" by Karen Mauer Green, FHL book 977.1 B38g)
      Martin Duncan, 1806, had letters left at Post Office in Chillicothe [Ross Co. OH]; from Scioto Gazette & Chillicothe Advertiser. (pg.230, 247, "Pioneer OH Newspapers 1793-1810" by Karen Mauer Green, FHL book 977.1 B38g)
      Benjamin Duncan, 1806-1809, on tax list, 1809 in Pickaway Twp. ("Index to Ohio Tax Lists 1800-1810" by Jackson, FHL book 977.1 R4j, from Louis Boone 8/1984, pg.115-116) (MAD: 1810 Pickaway Co. OH)
      D. Duncan Jun., 29 Oct. 1807, agent for Mary Grimes, John Brown and James Brown, the administrators of the estate of Thomas Grimes, dec'd, late of Tiffin Township, Adams Co., had notice posted in "Scioto Gazette & Chillicothe Advertiser" regarding the estate settlement. (pg.265, "Pioneer OH Newspapers 1793-1810" by Karen Mauer Green, FHL book 977.1 B38g)
      McArthur Duncan, 1809, on tax list in Union Dist. ("Index to Ohio Tax Lists 1800-1810" by Jackson, FHL book 977.1 R4j, from Louis Boone 8/1984, pg.115-116) (MAD: 1810 Highland Co. OH)
      David Duncan, 1809-1810, mentioned in connection to Adams Co., in "Scioto Gazette & Chillicothe Advertiser" (pg.288, 316, "Pioneer OH Newspapers 1793-1810" by Karen Mauer Green, FHL book 977.1 B38g)
      John Duncan, 1810, on tax list in Scioto Dist. ("Index to Ohio Tax Lists 1800-1810" by Jackson, FHL book 977.1 R4j, from Louis Boone 8/1984, pg.115-116)
      Geo. Dunkin, 7 April 1814, had letter left at the Post Office in Chillicothe, from "Scioto Gazette." (pg.17, "Pioneer OH Newspapers 1802-1818" by Karen Mauer Green, FHL book 977.1 B38gr)
      Mary Duncan, 30 Jan. 1815, had letter left at the Post Office in Chillicothe, from "Scioto Gazette." (pg.21, "Pioneer OH Newspapers 1802-1818" by Karen Mauer Green, FHL book 977.1 B38gr)
      Thomas K. Duncan, 22 April 1823, mar. Isabella Staley in Pickaway Co. OH; newspaper announcement 4/25/1823, married in Pickaway on 23rd inst., Mr. Thos. K. Duncan, merchant of Kingston [Ross Co.] to Miss Isabella Steely of this county [Pickaway Co.] (pg.59, Vol.II#2, 4/1968, "Gateway to the West" from Nancy Irwin 3/1988)
 

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