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Last revised November 18, 2000

ANDERSON CO. TN
COURT RECORDS
 

Anderson Co. TN Court Minutes 1801-1809, typed & indexed, by WPA (FHL film 24,586 item 1)
      Pg.4: March 1802, High sheriff returns executions of venire facias (to appear for jury duty) on ... Polly (sic) Duncan.
      Pg.17: March, 1802, Polly Duncan on jury duty.
      Pg.27: 16 June 1802, Polly Duncan and others to attend Sept. 1802 sessions as jurrors.
      Pg.31: Sept. 1802, Sheriff executed Venire facias (for jury duty) on ... Polly Duncan.
      Pg.81: 15 June 1803, Appointed jurors to attend Sept. 1803 sessions ... Polly Duncan.
      Pg.84: 12 Sept. 1803, Sheriff executed Venire Facias ... Polly Duncan.
      Pg.85: 12 Sept. 1803, Polly Duncan (and others) grand jurors.
      Pg.110: 16 Dec. 1803, Jury to view and lay off road from Black House to Clouds Ford on Clinton River and from there to Jason Clouds house, viz, Polly Duncan, Saml. McCoy, Esquire Henry Russell, Brittain Ragsdale, Hardy Medlin, Jesse Fowler and Wm. Whitten.
      Pg.131: 12 June 1804, Grand jurors to attend next court, 2nd Monday of June next, ... Rawley Duncan.
      Pg.140: 14 June 1804, Rowley Duncan to be overseer of the Grantsborough road from Little Buffaloe to Byranes Fork.
      Pg.141: 14 June 1804, ... following tracts of land, town lots and poles upon which tax not been paid for year 1803 ... John Duncan ... 37-1/2 cts.
      Pg.145: 11 Sept. 1804, Rowley Duncan on jury.
      Pg.240: 13 March 1806, Rawley Duncan appointed juror to attend June, 1806.
      Pg.245 and 249: 15 Sept. 1807, case of Crozier, Johnson & Crozier vs. Richard C. Cobb. Jury included "Polly" Duncan.
      Pg.259: Dec. 1807, Rowley Duncan on jury.
      Pg.267: 15 Dec. 1807, Deed from Stephen Duncan to George Gordon for 2000 acres land proved in open court and ordered recorded.
      Pg.276: March, 1808, Rowley Duncan on jury.
      Pg.279: March, 1808, Rowley Duncan grand juror.
      Pg.281: 14 March 1808, Bond from William Cobb decd. to Rowley Duncan to make title to 100 acres land proved in court by Thomas Davis.
      Pg.340: 16 June 1808, Raleigh Duncan to serve as juror for Sept. 1808 term.
      Pg.346: 12 Sept. 1808, Roleigh Duncan traverse juror.
      Pg.350, 353, 356, 358: 13 & 14 Sept. 1808, Raleigh Duncan on juries.
      Pg.408: June, 1809, Raleigh Duncan appointed to attend Sept. 1809 term as juror.

Anderson Co. TN Court Minutes 1810-1814, by WPA (FHL film 24,586 item 2, typed)
      No Duncan indexed

Anderson Co. TN Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions Minutes, 1814-1819, by WPA (FHL film 24,586, item 4, typed)
      Pg.4: 11 July 1815, ordered that John Gibbs administer estate of Allen Duncan decd who entered into bond and security and took the necessary oath etc.
      Pg.6: 11 Oct. 1814, John Duncan to be juror next court.
      Pg.30: 11 April 1815, Rowlen Duncan on jury.
      Pg.48: 13 July 1815, case of Elizabeth Duncan vs. Martin Ridenhour and others, plaintiff did not appear, ... defendant to recover cost.
      Pg.55: 9 Oct. 1815, title bond from Wm. Cobb to Rawley Duncan for 100 acres proved in court by Thos. Davis and ordered recorded.
      Pg.83: 8 April 1816, deed from Rachel Scarbrough to John Duncan for 120 acres acknowledged in court.
      Pg.85: 8 April 1816, John Duncan juror at next county court.
      Pg.99: 8 July 1816, case of Samuel Seiber vs. Joshua Duncan and Micajah Frost, "admor" of Saml Frost decd; Samuel Seiber was security for Joshua Duncan and Samuel Frost decd, and paid the debt; Samuel Seiber to recover from Joshua Duncan and Micajah Frost, "admors" as aforesaid, $19.43.
      Pg.102 & 106: 9 and 10 July 1816, John Duncan on juries.
      Pg.111: 14 Oct. 1816, John Noel appointed overseer of road in place of Lunceford Oliver, and to have Jesse Noel, Obediah Ashlock, Titus England, Joseph England, James Scarbro, John Duncan, Senr., John Duncan Junr, Martin Turpen, and Claiborne Brown to work on same.
      Pg.134: 14 April 1817, deed from "John Duncan in place of John Hellum" for 120 acres proved in court by Joseph Wilson and John Scarbro.
      Pg.154: 14 July 1817, John Duncan be bound to Lewis Freeman until arrives at age of 21; Lewis Freeman to pay said Duncan $100, that is, $80 in a horse and $20 in bridle and sadel, to be learned as far as rule of three, when free one good suit besides his working apparel.
      Pg.173: 15 Oct. 1817, State vs. John Duncan; indictment found, Capias ordered to issue.
      Pg.176: 15 Oct. 1817, Joshua Duncan be overseer in place of ...
      Pg.200: 14 April 1818, Joshua Duncan and Micajah Frost, Saml. Seiber, John Hoskins, Phillip Seiber Senr, John Dunaven and John Lively, to view road from Thoms. Frost in Frosts Settlement on Frosts fork of Poplar Creek to intersect road down Powels Valley at John Dunavans or John Hoskins.
      Pg.208: 15 April 1818, State vs. Joshua Duncan; attorneys in court; defendant guilty; fined 6-1/2 cents & costs; Micajah Frost and Moses Duncan agree to pay for him.
      Pg.232: 14 July 1818, Moses Duncan overseer of road from John Dunevans to Thomas Frost.
      Pg.240: 12 Oct. 1818, deed from Micajah Frost to Moses Duncan for 16 acres proved in court.
      Pg.242: 12 Oct. 1818, Joshua Duncan to have the addition of Wm. Brown hand and John Wiatt Jr. (re overseer of road).
      Pg.246: 12 Oct. 1818, State vs. Joshua Duncan; pleads guilty; fined 6-1/2 cents; Isaac Duncan and Moses Duncan to pay for him.

Anderson Co. TN County Court Minutes; not indexed, following from page by page:
   Vol. 4/1811 - 7/1814 (FHL film 979,326)
      Not copied, have by WPA
   Vol. 10/1814 - 1/1819
      Not copied, have by WPA
   Vol. 10/1819 - 1/1826 (FHL film 979,326)
      Pg.23: Friday, 15 Oct. 1819, State vs. Joshua Dunkin (4 cases). Nole Prosequi (not prosecuted), costs to be paid from Public Treasury.
      Pg.71: Tuesday, 11 July 1820, State vs. Jacob Buttis, indicted, pled not guilty because what he said in the paper was true, jurors included Moses Duncan, found guilty, fined $1 and costs.
      Pg.229: Monday, 14 Oct. 1822, Isaac Duncan by his consent be overseer of road from John Dunavens to Thoms. Frosts old place in the mountain and have the following hands, to wit, John Seber, Robt. Seber, John Lively, John Patterson, John Keith, Moses Duncan, Joseph Justice, Wm. Rich, Thom. Laxton, Wm. Phillips, Saml. Seiber, and Isaac Phillips.
      Pg.246: Friday, 14 Oct. 1822, Phillip Harless vs. Reynolds Reazer?, jurors include Moses Duncan, James Duncan.
      Pg.251: Tuesday, 14 Jan. 1823, State vs. John McAdoo, jurors include Moses Duncan.
      Pg.282: 14 July 1823, ordered that John Lively be overseer in place of Isaac Duncan and have same bounds and hands.
      Pg.381: Monday, 10 Jan. 1825, assignment on a plat and certificate from Micajah Frost to Moses Duncan for 6 acres of land proved and admitted of record and ordered to be certified.
      Pg.381: Monday, 10 Jan. 1825, Assignment from Joshua Duncan to Isaac Duncan for 8 acres of land duly acknowledged in open court and ordered to be certified.
      Pg.382: Monday, 10 Jan. 1825, two plats and certificates, one from Dicy and Isaac Phillips for 7 acres of land proven in open court by Moses Duncan and ordered to be certified, the other from Wm. Taber? to Isaac Phillips for 7 acres also proved by Moses Duncan and ordered to be certified.
      Pg.422: Monday, 11 July 1825, ordered that Absolam (Abreham?) Hoeler be overseer of road in place of James Duncan and have same boundaries and hands. (MAD: no earlier appointment of James Duncan or Dunevan found in this order book)

   Vol. 4/1826 - 1/1831 (FHL film 979,326) (MAD: this or next book no longer include deeds brought to court for recording)
      Pg.4: Monday, April 10, 1826, Moses Dunkin (& others) to attend as jurors at next term.
      Pg.23: Monday, July 11, 1826, Moses Duncan appeared as juror.
      Pg.25: Tuesday, July 11, 1826, John Garner vs. Lewis Waters, jurors include Moses Duncan.
      Pg.27: Tuesday, July 11, 1826, State vs. Samuel Taylor, jurors include Moses Duncan.
      Pg.31: Wednesday, July 12, 1826, State vs. David Qualls, jurors include Moses Duncan, Isaac Duncan.
      Pg.35: Thursday, July 13, 1826, State vs. Isaac Mayberry, jurors include Isaac Duncan.
      Pg.38: Friday, July 14, 1826, State vs. John Ross, jurors include Moses Duncan.
      Pg.47: Monday, Oct. 9, 1826, Moses Duncan and others to be jurors Jan. 1827 term.
      Pg.62: Tuesday, Jan. 9, 1827, Moses Duncan chosen to be juror.
      Pg.65: Tuesday, Jan. 9, 1826, ordered Samuel Sebers, Moses Duncan and John Johnston do work on the road under Semerell (Simeral) Hoskins in addition to hands he already has.
      Pg.77: Monday, April 9, 1827, Moses Duncan & others to be summoned as jurors next session.
      Pg.104: Tuesday, July 10, 1827, State vs. Matthew Patterson. Moses Duncan and Frederick Shinlever (Shinliver) securities for bond of $500, Matthew Patterson to support bastard child begotten on Celia Brown.
      Pg.105: Tuesday, July 10, 1827, Moses Duncan chosen a grand juror.
      Pg.109: Tuesday, July 10, 1827, ordered that Alfred Duncan be appointed overseer of road in place of Joseph Webb and have the same bounds and hands.
      Pg.115: Tuesday, 11 July 1827, State vs. John Ross, Affray; jurors include Isaac Duncan.
      Pg.125: Monday, Oct. 8, 1827, Moses Duncan summoned as jurors to next County Court.
      Pg.137: Monday, Jan. 14, 1828, ordered that Isaac Duncan be overseer of road in place of Abreham Hazler and have same bounds and hands.
      Pg.138: Monday, Jan. 14, 1828, Alfred Duncan be overseer in place of Joseph Webb and have same bounds and hands.
      Pg.139: Monday, Jan. 14, 1828, ordered the following hands work on Island ford road, to wit, Michael Miller, Alfred Duncan, John McAdoo, Cornelius Evans and Alexander Kirk.
      Pg.141: Tuesday, Jan. 15, 1828, Moses Duncan not chosen a Grand Juror.
      Pg.142: Tuesday, Jan. 15, 1828, State vs. Wm. Sevire?, Assault & Battery; jurors include Moses Duncan.
      Pg.173: Wednesday, July 16, 1828, Moses Duncan summoned as juror for October term.
      Pg.183: Tuesday, Oct. 14, 1828, Moses Duncan appointed a Grand Juror.
      Pg.199: Wednesday, Jan. 14, 1828, list of tax not collected, includes Jehoida Duncan, 25 acres school land, entry #295, tax .43-3/4; tax collector list by C.Y. Oliver, Sheriff, filed Jan. 10, 1829. Pg.201, taxes not paid in 1828, nor double taxes in 1829, land to be sold to pay taxes.
      Pg.204-5: Monday, April 13, 1829, John McKamey be overseer of road in place of Isaac Duncan, have same bounds and hands.
      Pg.229: Monday, July 13, 1829, Bill of Costs, State vs. John Thompson, April sessions 1829, county to pay costs, payments include Moses Duncan, .50, witness for State.
      Pg.230: Monday, July 13, 1829, Moses Duncan and Isaac Duncan summoned as jurors for Oct. session.
      Pg.250: Monday, Oct. 12, 1829, ordered that Geo. Webb be overseer of road in place of Alfred Duncan and have same bounds and hands.
      Pg.258: Tuesday, Oct. 13, 1829, Moses Duncan and Isaac Duncan to be grand jurors.
      Pg.292: Monday, April 12, 1830, Moses Duncan to be juror at July session.
      Pg.298-9: Monday, April 12, 1830, ordered Run Ridge road be 2nd class road and Moses Duncan and Samuel Seber work on said road under Robert Lively as overseer in place of John McKamey, same bounds and hands.
      Pg.319: Monday, July 12, 1830, ordered that Cornelius Evans be overseer of road in place of Alfred Duncan and have same bounds and hands together with John Johnson and Bird Reynolds.
      Pg.321: Tuesday, July 13, 1830, Moses Duncan to be juror at July term.
      Pg.323: Tuesday, July 13, 1830, Nicholas Massengale vs. Stirling Smith, Case; Moses Duncan a juror.
      Pg.327: Monday, Oct. 14, 1830, ordered Moses Duncan be overseer of road in place of Robert Lively and have same bounds and hands.
      Pg.329: Monday, Oct. 11, 1830, Moses Duncan to attend next term of this court as Juror.
      Pg.345: Monday, Jan. 10, 1831, John Kieth, Moses Duncan, Samuel Sieber, Philip Sieber and John Sieber be jury to view and mark out the nearest and best way for a road from John Haskins to intersect the road leading from cave to Geo. Haskins and to the Cole bank of Oliver and Seiber and report to next term of court.
      (end of book)

   Vol. 1/1831 - 5/1838 (FHL film 979,327)
      Pg.10: Tuesday, July 12, 1831, Moses Duncan sworn a grand juror.
      Pg.15: Wednesday, July 13, 1831, State vs. Mchajah Portwood, Assault &c; Isaac Duncan on the jury.
      Pg.17: Thursday, July 14, 1831, John Jennings vs. Jacob Butler, Trespass on the case; jurors include Moses Duncan.
      Pg.42: Monday, Jan. 9, 1832, upon petition of sundry citizens for 2nd class road from John Hoskins through the Gap of Traking Ridge then up the mountain fork of Poplar Creek to Moses Duncans, then through the gap of the ridge to Douglass Oliver's cabin, ordered that road be allowed and that Lucke Farmer be overseer.
      Pg.43: Monday, Jan. 9, 1832, jurors next term to include Moses Duncan.
      Pg.72: Monday, April 9, 1832, Isaac Duncan to be juror next term.
      Pg.97: Monday, July 9, 1832, the road heretofore established heading up the mountain fork of Poplar Creek from John Hoskins to Philip Sebers and Moses Duncans to Oliver's colebank, ordered Isaac Duncan be overseer and have following to work under him: Joseph Seiber, Robert Seiber, Benjamin Lively, Joseph Lively, George Rowland, John McKamey, John Kath (sic), William Smith, Thomas Brown, Moses Brown, Moses Duncan, John Duncan, Samuel Seiber, John Kirnell, and Philip Seiber.
      Pg.100: Tuesday, July 10, 1832, Isaac Duncan to be grand juror.
      Pg.109: Wednesday, July 11, 1832, Jacob Butler? vs. William Bridgman, on Sci Fa; Isaac Duncan a juror.
      Pg.121: Monday, Oct. 8, 1832, Moses Duncan to be a juror next term.
      Pg.137: Monday, Jan. 14, 1833, Joseph Lively be overseer of road in place of Isaac Duncan and have the same bounds and hands.
      Pg.142: Tuesday, Jan. 15, 1833, Moses Duncan a juror.
      Pg.157: Monday, April 8, 1833, State vs. Isaac Duncan, overseer of road, presentment by Grand Jury; he appeared, plead Guilty, fined 6-1/4 cents and costs, to be in custody until paid, bond then posted by John B. Crozier for payment.
      Pg.158-9: Monday, April 8, 1833, Ordered a 3rd class road be established from John Hoskins leading up the mountain fork of poplar creek to the mouth of stone flat creek then up the main road to near James Duncans then across Wallens ridge so as to intersect the Powels Valley Road at or near Robert McKameys and that John Carness? be overseer and have all the hands that heretofore worked under Isaac Duncan and those living in said bounds.
      Pg.159: Monday, April 8, 1833, County Court jurors at next term to include Isaac Duncan.
      Pg.175: Tuesday, July 9, 1833, Isaac Duncan to be a juror.
      Pg.189: Monday, Oct. 14, 1833, TN vs. William Phillips, Bigamy, nole prosequi entered at August term 1833, fees (costs) to be paid include witness for the State, Moses Duncan, 3 days attendance, 50 cents per day, total $1.50.
      Pg.206: Tuesday, Jan. 14, 1834, Moses Dunkin to be a grand juror.
      Pg.270: Monday, Oct. 13, 1834, appeared Judy Duncan with Moses Duncan and Isaac Duncan her securities and entered bond to maintain and support her two illegitimate children, viz, Lucinda and Polly Car Duncan.
      Pg.273: Monday, Oct. 13, 1834, Moses Dunkin to be juror next term.
      Pg.309: Monday, April 13, 1835, Isaac Duncan allowed $7 for support of James Range for 3 months previous to Jan. term 1835.
      Pg.314: Monday, April 13, 1835, Moses Duncan to be juror at Aug. term Circuit Court.
      Pg.324: Monday, July 13, 1835, Isaac Duncan to be juror next term of County Court.
      Pg.326: Monday, July 13, 1835, ordered Isaac Duncan be allowed $40 for support of Catharine (second name in dark center binding), one of poor of county, for one year commencing at this date, certificate to issue quarterly.
      Pg.336: Monday, Oct. 12, 1835, Moses Duncan to be overseer of road in place of James Owens.
      Pg.340: Monday, Oct. 12, 1835, jurors for Jan. 1836 term of court to include John Duncan.
      Pg.343: Tuesday, Oct. 13, 1835, Isaac Duncan to be a grand juror.
      Pg.368: Tuesday, Jan. 12, 1836, John Duncan to be a grand juror.
      Pg.370: Tuesday, Jan. 12, 1836, jurors for April term to include Isaac Duncan, James Duncan.
      Pg.384: Monday, April 11, 1836, John Shelton, William Shelton, Humphry Thacker and Wm. Smith in future to work on road under Moses Duncan, overseer.
      Pg.394-5: Monday, May 2, 1836, Sheriff bond for Robert McKamy, elected for two years, bondsmen Robert McKamy, Enoch Foster, John Garner, David Hall, William McKamy, Joseph C. Moore, Spencer Keith and Moses Duncan.
      Pg.398: Monday, May 2, 1836, jurors in Circuit Court of 2nd Monday in July to include Moses Duncan.
      Pg.403: Monday, June 6, 1836, William Kerny? Sr, John Leach Sr., Samuel Smith, Alfred Duncan, Samuel Moore, Wm. Leach and Charles Luallen be a jury to view and lay out a 2nd class road from the mouth of the dry hollow of Clinch River "near below" the mouth of Cole Creek, to Edmond P?. Davis's and report next term.
      Pg.405: Monday, July 4, 1836, jury reported, road to be as above.
      Pg.406: Monday, July 4, 1836, on oath of Moses Duncan that Sally Denny was a pauper of this county, an allowance be paid William McKamy for her support.
      Pg.428: Monday, Oct. 3, 1836, Isaac Duncan be permitted to give in for taxation for this present year, 1 white pole and it be recorded in the tax book as the law requires.
      Pg.439-40: Monday, Dec. 5, 1836, jurors for next circuit court on 2nd Monday of March next, to include Isaac Duncan.
      Pg.445: Monday, Feb. 6, 1837, Isaac Duncan, Philip Sieber Sr., John C. McKamy, Moses Duncan, John Seiber and "Joseph Severs" be jury of viewers to view and lay out a 2nd class road to start at John Hoskins, then up the mountain fork to John C. McKamy's and report to next court.
      Pg.460: Monday, 1 May 1837, Isaac Duncan, Philip Sieber Sr., John C. McKamy, Moses Duncan, John Seiber and "Philip Davis" be jury of viewers to view and lay out a 2nd class road to start at house of John Hoskins, up the mountain fork to house of John C. McKamy's and report to next term.
      Pg.464: Monday, June 5, 1837, Isaac Duncan, Philip Sieber Sr., John C. McKamy, Moses Duncan, John Seiber and Philip Davis report that the old road stay as is except a short distance at Cow Creek known as middle road; Nimrod Sieber appointed overseer, have hands heretofore from the road.
      Pg.471: Monday, Aug. 7, 1837, James Duncan to be juror next term of Circuit Court in Nov.
      Pg.511-2: Monday, May 1, 1838, Moses Duncan and 9 others bondsmen for Robert McKamy, elected Sheriff March, 1838. Pg.512, same, Robert McKamy tax collector.

   MAD: no volume 1838-1845

   Vol. 2/1845 - 3/1850 (FHL film 979,327)
      Pg.28: May 5, 1845, Elijah Duncan be overseer of 2nd class road in place of John Duncan and have same bounds and hands.
      Pg.49: Oct. 4, 1845, heirs of Isaac Duncan are released from a State and county tax for 302 acres of land which will be 94 cents.
      Pg.67: Jan. 5, 1846, Samuel Dunn exec. of will of Isaac Duncan decd to pay over all the monies in his hands belonging to Wm. B. Duncan, Moses D. Duncan, Isaac R.W.P. Duncan and Mary An Duncan heirs of estate of said Isaac Duncan, to John N. McGee the present guardian.
      Pg.74: Jan. 5, 1846, accordance with court order from Haywood Co. "TN", 14 June 1845, John N. McGee was appointed guardian of minor heirs of Isaac Duncan: Wm. B. Duncan, Moses D. Duncan, Isaac R.W.P. Duncan and Marian Duncan and filed his bond, he was appointed guardian until said "Alphants" attain full age according to laws of state of North Carolina.
            Pg.75-6: Haywood Co. NC, 16 June 1845, Bond of John N. McGee, David Hill and John L. Smith, for John N. McGee guardian to Wm. B. Duncan, Moses D. Duncan, Isaac R.W.P. Duncan and Maryan Duncan, "orphants" of Isaac "Dunkin" decd, wit. Wm. W. Brown (clerk of Haywood Co. NC court).
      Pg.80: March 2, 1846, road jurors John Sieber, Thomas Sieber, Samuel Sieber, Moses Duncan and John Duncan, reported 24 Feb. 1846 that said road ought to commence at John Siebers Mill (Hill?) and run on Southeast side of mountain fork to intersect the old road above John Haskins and at the ford of said creek a distance of about one mile; Robert Sieber not willing for said road.
      Pg.93: June 1, 1846, Wm. Smith be overseer of 2nd class road in place of Elijah Duncan and have the same bounds and hands.
      Pg.107: Aug. 3, 1846, Jurors at Nov. term 1846 Circuit Court, to include ... 6th District, Moses Duncan (& two others).
      Pg.115: Oct. 5, 1846, Elijah Duncan appointed guardian to Sarah Chiles formerly but now Sarah Duncan and came into court and entered in bond with Barton McKamey security.
      Pg.133: Jan. 4, 1847, Samuel Sieber guardian of minor heirs of Micajah Chiles reported profits and disbursements, to be recorded in Estates Book.
      Pg.134: Jan. 4, 1847, John Chiles decd, will produced by "Coffe" C. Chiles, executor, proved by oath of Cy Oliver, bond by John C. Chiles, executor. (MAD: did not copy later references to Chiles, saw no other references to Duncan in connection to Chiles)
      Pg.173: July 5, 1847, Petition for road, appointed jury to view a 2nd class road from Emerys Mill on Smokey Creek to intersect the new River Road at William Massengales which was granted, the jury to be Philip Law, Drury Carroll Sr., John Duncan, David Overton, Mashack Emery, Dempsey Massengale.
      Pg.213: Jan. 3, 1848, trustees of county to pay bills of costs, including those in case of State vs. Isaac Duncan, $41.73. (and other State vs. ... cases)
      Pg.223: March 6, 1848, bond of Barton McKamey, Calvin Slover and Moses Duncan, 6 March 1848, Barton McKamey a trustee of said County.
      Pg.224: March 6, 1848, Moses Duncan and others on a jury.
      Pg.226: April 3, 1848, Barton McKamey, John McAdoo, Gabriel Keith, Moses Duncan, Willis W. Tally, John Cross, bond 3 April 1848, Barton McKamey elected trustee.
      Pg.257-8: June 5, 1848, on petition of Isaac Philips for a jury to change a road around Isaac Phillips farm, petition granted, jury to view a 3rd class road on land of Isaac Philips to leave the old road above the first ford below said Philips plantation and intersect the old road below the 2nd ford of said Philips, jurors to be Isaac Bunch, Richard Andrews, Mathew Patterson, Henry Thompson, Layford Bunch, and Thomas Duncan, and report to this court. Report made, to make road as in the petition, signed Henry Thompson, Isaac (X) Bunch, Layford (X) Bunch, Richard Andrews, Mathew Patterson. (MAD: Thomas Duncan's name not on list of signatures)
      Pg.285: Aug. 7, 1848, jurors for Nov. term of Circuit Court, to include for: 10th Dist., Gab. Keith and John Duncan.
      Pg.305: Nov. 6, 1848, Isaac Duncan appointed overseer of 2nd class road in place of Andrew McKamey.
      Pg.310: Dec. 4, 1848, John Duncan be permitted to have his "year" mark recorded which is as follows: "smouthe corp and over bit in the right year and slit in the left year."
      Pg.355-6: May 7, 1849, jury to view a 3rd class road on waters of Elijah's fork of New River on the lands of John A. McKamey to leave the old road at the fork creek above the Meeting House and to intersect the same opposit where Asa Daugherity now lives, distance about 300 yards; jurors to be Asa Daugherty, John Daugherty, James Bunch, Moses Duncan and Mashack Emery, and report to present term. Jury reports that said road instead of crossing the creek shall run on the left hand side of said creek a distance of about 300 yards and then intersect the old road near where Asa Daugherty now lives, /s/ Mashack Emery, Moses Duncan, James Bunch, Asa Daugherty, John Daugherty.
      Pg.387: Nov. 5, 1849, William Bennett be overseer of 2nd class road in place of Isaac Duncan and have same bounds and hands.
      Pg.397: Dec. 4, 1849, list of insolvent or absconding debtors for 1849, include Davis Duncan, 1 free pole, tax 90 cents.
      Complete pages end page 415, March 4, 1850, rest of pages in book torn and missing most of page, not filmed.

   Vol. 5/1850 - 11/1856 (FHL film 979,327) - not copied.

Anderson Co. TN Chancery Court Minutes (FHL film 979,309)
   Vol.1, 1836-1871
      Pg.178: 27 June 1861, Thomas Duncan vs. Lutilda Duncan, petition for divorce, final decree; Respondent (Lutilda Duncan) has been guilty of lewdness and adultery.
      Pg.433: Tuesday, May 11, 1869, Samuel Sieber vs. Moses Duncan; in this cause the Complt. [Sieber] has two months to file an amended bill.
      Pg.469: May 10, 1870, Samuel Sieber vs. Moses Duncan; Complt. has leave to file an amended bill which is done accordingly.
      Pg.538: May 9, 1871, Samuel Sieber vs. Moses Duncan and R.A. Patterson; the death of the complainant was suggested and admitted in court, and the cause is revived in the name of Robert Harper admr. of complt. and in the name of the heirs of said complt.
   Vol.2, 1871-1885 - no index

Anderson Co. TN Circuit Court Minutes, Civil and Criminal (FHL film 979,310)
   1844-1860:
      Pg.27: March, 1845, State vs. Thomas Duncan, A & B (Assault & Battery?), warrant issued 29 Oct. 1844, appeared in person, pled guilty, fined $2.50, to stay in jail until fine paid; Michael Low and defendant posted bond.
      Pg.44: July, 1845, State vs. Wilson Duncan, Unlawful Gaming, Copias issued 18 July 1845, pled guilty, fined $5.00, Philip Sieber posted bond.
   1845-1852 - no index
 

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