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Mary Ann (Duncan) Dobson
the Genealogy Bug

Last revised August 1, 2013

MARSHALL CO. TN
LAND RECORDS
 

Tennessee Land Grants Index (FHL film 1,002,730)
      Copied all Duncan, Dunkin, etc. (no Duncomb) through 1849; did not copy later index. Film consists of small index cards for each grant; some grants are repeated if they appear in two books.
      Name, Grant #, Acres, Date, County, Book & Page, District (Actual grant books are in series by District, then book volume & page)
      William Duncan, 19346, 19a, 12/14/1848, Marshall, 4-141, Middle TN Occupant Grant

Marshall Co. TN Deed Indexes 1836-1940 (FHL film 977,515)
      No deed indexed for Winnie Duncan's dower in land in DeSoto Co. MS, dated 1851, recorded in Marshall Co. TN 1/22/1857; no deed found in Book P, 1/1856 - 3/1857. (FHL film 977,508; looked page by page near that date)
   Grantor index; all listed as "Deed" except G-324
      A-63: 1837, Duncan, J. and M. to Reuben Tilman, 65a
      B-87: 1838, Duncan, Joseph to Sterling Carrol, 70a
      C-288: 1840, Duncan, T.C. to Vincent Duncan, 8a
      C-289: 1840, Duncan, T.C. to Vincent Duncan, Bill of Sale
      E-59: 1842, Duncan, E.R. and others to Joseph Duncan, bill of sale
      E-116: 1842, Duncan, John to William Duncan, 106a
      E-118: 1842, Duncan, John to James Duncan, 89a
      E-170: 1842, Duncan, James and others to Nancy Duncan, bill of sale
      E-444: 1843, Duncan, E.R. and others to Joseph Duncan, Instrument
      F-244: 1844, Duncan, Josiah to William Bigham, Bill of Sale
      G-78: 1845, Duncan, Nancy et als to T.H. London, 104a
      G-324: 1846, Duncan, W.E. to John Gilbert, trust (not deed)
      H-451: 1847, Duncan, Josiah et als to H.B. Bigham, 22a
      H-465: 1847, Duncan, Josiah to Levi Cochran, 24a
      I-93: 1848, Duncan, Josiah to J.B. Fowler, 36a
      J-329: 1850, Duncan, Josiah to heirs of W.H. Duncan, instrument
      J-329: 1850, Duncan, Josiah to A.G. Duncan and others, bill of sale
      J-355: 1850, Duncan, Josiah and others to heirs of Winny Duncan, instrument
      K-278: 1851, Duncan, John Jr. to James Duncan, instrument
      K-431: 1851, Duncan, Josiah to I.E.P.C. Powell, bill of sale
      L-318: 1852, Duncan, Josiah to J.B. Cochran, lot
      M-404: 1853, Duncan, Josiah to R.C. Williams, bill of sale
      N-19: 1853, Duncan, Josiah to Nancy Tilman, 20a
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   Grantee index; all "Deed" except E-75, F-272, J-174; see above index for Duncan grantee from Duncan grantor
      A-11: 1836, Duncan, Micajah from Garshan Bills, 113a
      A-42: 1836, Duncan, Josiah from Abraham Tally, 71a
      B-116: 1838, Duncan, Josiah from H.B. Bigham, 10a
      C-290: 1840, Duncan, Josiah from commissioners, lot
      D-334: 1841, Duncan, Joseph from Thos. Ross, shff, bill of sale
      D-369: 1841, Duncan, John from S.W. Graves, 30a
      E-75: 1842, Duncan, William from Johnathan McManns (sic), Power of attorney
      F-272: 1844, Duncan, Josiah from Wm. Bigham, attorney
      J-174: 1849, Duncan, Wm., from W.D. Emerson, trust
      L-10: 1851, Duncan, Winnie from A.S. Taylor, bill of sale
      L-99: 1851, Duncan, Atlas from T.S. Collins, 150a
      M-32: 1852, Duncan, W.H. from John Dowde and wife, 55a
      M-145: 1852, Duncan, W.M. from Jas. Wiley and wife, 36a
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Marshall Co. TN Deeds (SLC 10/26/1990 and 5/6/2013)
   Deeds, v.A-C, 1836-1840 (FHL film 977,503)
      A-11: 17 June 1834, Garsham Bills of Bedford Co. TN to Micajah Duncan of Maury Co. TN, for $500 paid, sell tract of land in Maury Co. TN on the head waters of Globe and Rock Creeks, beg. on William Duncan's south boundary line, containing by estimation 113-1/2 acres more or less, warrant title. /s/ Garsham Bills. Wit. Wm. H. Record, Tyrael C. Duncan. The bargainor appeared 7 Nov. 1836 before Martin W. Oakley, Clerk of Marshall Co. Court. Recorded 8 Nov. 1836. (FHL film 977,503)
      A-42: 21 Nov. 1836, Abraham Tally of Marshall Co. TN to Josiah Duncan of afsd, for $500 paid, sell tract of land in Marshall Co. on waters of West Rock Creek, beg. at a poirpan? on the old Bedford and Maury County line, then ... running with M.C. Greger's line ... containing 71-1/4 acres more or less, warrant title. /s/ Abraham Tally. Wit. Hugh B. Bigham, L.D. Turner. The bargainor appeared 7 Dec. 1836. Recorded 14 Dec. 1836. (FHL film 977,503)
      A-63/64: 6 Sept. 1836, Joseph Duncan and Micajah Duncan of Maury Co. TN to Reuben Tillman of afsd, for $270 paid, sell parcel of land in Maury Co. TN on waters of Globe Creek, ... stake on the old line, containing 65 acres more or less, warrant title. /s/ Joseph Duncan, Micajah (X) Duncan. Wit. W.O. Rutledge, Josiah Duncan. Appeared in Marshall Co. TN, William O. Rutledge and Josiah Duncan, witnesses, 2 Jan. 1837. Recorded Jan. 10, 1837. (FHL film 977,503)
      B-87: 18 Oct. 1837, Joseph Duncan sold to Sterling Carrell for $750 paid, a tract of land in Marshall Co. TN District No. 6? containing by estimation 20 acres more or less, [on the waters of Globe creek], warrant title. /s/ Joseph Duncan. Wit. W.O. Rutledge, Joseph (X) Wilson. Ack. by Joseph Duncan 1 Jan. 1838. Recorded 4 Jan. 1838. (FHL film 977,503)
      B-116/117: 1 Feb. 1838, Hugh B. Bigham of Marshall Co. TN to Josiah Duncan of afsd, for $200 paid, sell parcel of land, being part of tract whereon sd? Bigham now lives on Thomases Branch of Rock Creek, beg. in said Duncan's east boundary line, containing 10 acres, warrant title. /s/ H.B. Bigham. Wit. James Bigham. Ack. 5 Feb. 1838, Recorded 6 Feb. 1838. (FHL film 977,503)
      C-288/289: 28 April 1838, Tyrrel C. Duncan to Vincent Duncan, both of Marshall Co. TN, for $66.66 paid, sell piece of land on Rock & Globe Creek, being his part of a tract formerly owned by Micajah Duncan decd, beg. at a stake the NW corner of James Duncan's lot, then ... a stake in the widow's line, then ... the old line, containing 8-70/160 acres, warrant title. /s/ Tyrrel C. Duncan. Wit. J.R.Hill??, W.B. Bigham. Ack. 20 Jan. 1840. Recorded 20 Jan. 1840. (FHL film 977,503)
      C-289: 20 Jan. 1840, Tyrrel C. Duncan sell to Vincent Duncan all my interest to a certain Negro Man Slave named Solomon, he being the Negro of which my father Micajah Duncan died possessed of and I am entitled to one tenth part, for $122 paid, sell the 1/10th part and warrant & defend. /s/ Tyrrel C. Duncan. Wit. Jno. Hatchutt?, Thos. (X) C. Nire?. Ack. 20 Jan. 1840. Recorded 20 Jan. 1840. (FHL film 977,503)
      C-290/291: Whereas Wm. Williams, Joel Yowel, James Osburn, James C. Record and Hugh McClellan, per Act of General Assembly of TN 20 Feb. 1836, were appointed Commissioners of Town of Lewisburg in Marshall Co. TN, this indenture 25 Jan. 1840 [they sell] to Josiah Duncan for $130 paid, a lot in town of Lewisburg, Lot No.7 in Block No.7 ... /s/ W. Williams Senr, James Osburn, James C. Record. Wit. E. McKnightt, J.W. Calvert. Ack. 25 Jan. 1840. Recorded 27 Jan. 1840. (FHL film 977,503)
   Deeds, v.D-F, 1840-1844 (FHL film 977,504)
      D-334/335: That on 4 Jan. 1834? (1838? 1839?) John Patrick recovered a judgment against Brinkley W. Duncan for $32.12-1/2 debt and $1 cost of suit before me, John Hatchett Esq. J.P. for Marshall Co., an execution was issued 7 Jan. 1840, the Sheriff John R. Hill by his deputy Thomas Ross levied upon the interest that Brinkley W. Duncan had to a certain Negro girl slave named Silvia ... sold at public sale to Joseph Duncan for $50, this to convey title ..., 16 Aug. 1841. /s/ J.R. Hill Shff, by Thos. Ross, D.S. Wit. David McGapey?, W.A. Houston. Ack. 16 Aug. 1841. Recorded 30 Aug. 1841. (FHL film 977,504)
      D-369: Whereas by ?? from my father Thomas Graves decd. to my brother John H. Graves and myself have derived? title to and now hold equal and undivided interests in a tract of land in Marshall Co. TN, District No.12, beg. at a stake in John Duncan's west boundary line ... to William Graves Southeast corner, then with Graves' line ... boundary line of a tract now? owned? by Aron?? Record decd, then with Record's line to Branson McCaslin's NW corner, then to afsd John Duncan's west boundary line, ... to NW corner of a 100 acre tract conveyed by William Arnold to John Duncan, then an agreed line to the beginning, containing by estimation 60 acres more or less, now I have sold and do hereby transfer all my interest to said land to one John Duncan Senr. for $200 paid, warrant title to my undivided interest, 12 Feb. 1841. /s/ Shirwood W. Graves. Wit. Wm. Duncan, James B. Record, 28 Sept. 1841. Proved by Wm. Duncan and James B. Record, witnesses, 28 Sept. 1841. Recorded 6 Oct. 1841. (indexed as 30 acres) (FHL film 977,504)
      E-59/60: We, Ervin R. Duncan, Holland C. Duncan, and Irena Elizabeth Martha Car Powel, all of Marshall Co. TN, sold to Joseph Duncan for $300 paid, our interest to a girl slave named Silvy aged about 10 years, which interest is 1/4 part each, warrant title. 30? March 1842. /s/ Ervin R. Duncan, Holan (X) C. Duncan, Irena Elizabeth Martha Car (X) Powel. Wit. David McLahey?, W.R. Mann. Personally appeared Ervin R. Duncan, Holland C. Duncan, and Irena Elizabeth Martha Carr Powel, 30 March 1840. Recorded 30 March 1842. (FHL film 977,504)
      E-75/77: 15 Nov. 1841, That William Duncan of Maury Co. TN was seized in fee of a tract of land in county afsd and also Robert W. Duncan son of said William Duncan was seized and possessed in fee of a tract of land in county afsd adj. the land of his father William Duncan afsd, and now late in the possession or occupation of Joab Duncan one of the heirs of said William Duncan the father as well as one of the heirs of Robert W. Duncan son of the said William Duncan decd, NOW we Jonathan McManus and Nancy McManus formerly Nancy Duncan one of the heirs at law of William Duncan decd. and Robert W. Duncan brother decd have appointed William Duncan and Josiah Duncan jointly or separately of Marshall Co. afsd our attorney to sell for the sum they think fit our interest in any and all lands in Maury Co. descending to us by virtue of Nancy Duncan heir at law of William Duncan and Robert W. Duncan or either of them, and make a deed. /s/ Jonathan (X) McManus, Nancy (X) McManus. Wit. P?.H. Winchester, J. McLarning. Macoupin Co. IL, we the two JPs for afsd that Jonathan A. McManus and Nancy McManus executed the above in our presence, 15 Nov. 1841, /s/ Janus McLearning, Samuel Reller. Certified by John A. Chernult, Clerk of County Court, Macoupin Co. IL, 15 Nov. 1841. Certification by David McGhee, one of Judges of Courts, Macoupin Co. IL, April 7, 1842. Filed the 7th and recorded 14 April 1842. (FHL film 977,504)
      E-116/117: For love for my son William Duncan, I give and transfer to him a tract of land in Marshall Co. TN in District 12 containing by estimation 106 acres and 58 poles, beg. at a stake in Shadrack Weaver's line and the SE? corner of a 62 acre tract purchased of Robert Nise?, then "(in the language used in Robert Nise's Deed to John Duncan)" ... agreed line and corner, pointers in the school land line, fence Joseph Davises line, near the mouth of a lane, ... Lewis Harrises line, ... to the beginning, warrant title, but it is agreed that I and my wife Peggy Duncan are to have the controll and benefit of said land so long as we or either of us may live, but the said William Duncan is not to pay any rent for any of the land or improvements he may use in my lifetime by my consent or the consent of my wife Peggy Duncan after my decease if she should live longer than I do, 19 May 1842. /s/ John (X) Duncan. Wit. Shadrack (X) Weaver, Allen C. Tucker. Ack. 23 May 1842 by John Duncan. Filed on 23 May and recorded 1 June 1842. (FHL film 977,504)
      E-118/119: For love for my son James Duncan, I give a him a tract of land in Marshall Co. TN in District No.12 containing by estimation 89 acres and 52 poles, beg. in H?. Bray's line, then ... cross fence and in S. boundary line of a 62 acre tract purchased of Robert Nise, then ... in Shadrack Weaver's line, then to the beginning, warrant title, but it is agreed that I and my wife Peggy Duncan are to have the controll and benefit of said land so long as we or either of us may live, but the said William Duncan is not to pay any rent for any of the land or improvements he may use in my lifetime by my consent or the consent of my wife Peggy Duncan after my decease if she should live longer than I do, 19 May 1842. /s/ John (X) Duncan. Wit. Shadrack (X) Weaver, Allen C. Tucker. Ack. 23 May 1842 by John Duncan. Filed on 23 May and recorded 1 June 1842. Filed on 23 May and recorded 2 June 1842. (FHL film 977,504)
      E-170: 15 June 1842, for love and affection for our mother Nancy Duncan the widow of Micajah Duncan decd, we give, transfer and convey to her for life negro boy Solomon age about 20 years, then to return to us to be divided. /s/ James Duncan, Margaret Tillman, Celia L. Duncan, Elizabeth Duncan, Nancy H. Duncan, Richard B. (X) Hilliard and Mary Duncan. Wit. J.R. Hill, Joseph Duncan, James T. Tillman. Reg. on oath of Joseph Duncan, witness, who was acquainted with the bargainors and they acknowledged the deed in his presence; and on oath of John R. Hill who knew the first five, and James T. Tillman knew the last two. Reg. 16 June 1842. (FHL film 977,504)
      E-444/445: We, Ervin R. Duncan, Holland C. Duncan and Irena Elizabeth Martha Carr Powel formerly Irena Elizabeth Martha Carr Duncan, all of Marshall Co. TN, have sold and hereby convey to Joseph Duncan for $181.25 paid, our undivided interest to two parcels of land in afsd in District 14 as distributees and heirs at law of Joab Duncan decd who was a distributee and heir of William Duncan decd, which are containined beg. at John Record's SW corner on the section line, then ... to the beginning, containing 300 acres, of which there is about 100 acres belonging to Joseph Duncan contained in the above boundary not subject to be distributed, warrant title, 29 April 1842. /s/ Ervin R. Duncan, Holland C. (X) Duncan, Irena E.M.C. (X) Powel. Wit. Wm. Duncan, James Duncan. Proved on oath of William and James Duncan 30 Nov. 1842. Recorded 10 Feb. 1843. (FHL film 977,504)
      F-244: 28 Dec. 1843, I have this day sold to William Bigham for $250 a boy slave named Jesse about six years old, warrant the title, warrant him to be sound, healthy, sensible and a slave for life. /s/ Josiah Duncan. Wit. Tho. W. Knight, Wm. H.W. Emerson. Ack. 5 Jan. 1844. Filed 5 Jan. 1844. Recorded 5 Jan. 1844. (FHL film 977,504)
      F-272/273: 25 March 1843, William Bigham of county of (blank) since in Mecklenburg, NC, appoint Josiah Duncan of Marshall Co. TN my attorney in fact to receive from Thomas McKnight administrator of estate of William Bigham decd late of Mashall Co. TN or any other person having possession of or liable for same, my distributive share of the personal estate of said William Bigham decd which descended to me as an heir at law of said decd. I also empower my attorney to receive my share of the real estate of said decd being my equitable share of lands or the proceeds of the sale ... and do all the other things necessary, signed 25 March 1843 in Marshall Co. TN. /s/ Wm. Bigham. Wit. D.H. Holbrook, April 3, 1843; M.S. Bills, 23 Jany. 1844. Appeared D.H. Holbrook 3 April 1843 and M.S. Bills on 23 Jan. 1844, /s/ 25 Jan. 1844, M.W. Oakley by his deputy John Elliott. Recorded 5 Feb. 1844. (FHL film 977,504)
      G-78: 9 Oct. 1844, Nancy Duncan, relict of Micajah Duncan decd, Margaret Tillman relict of Reubin Tillman (no signature shown for her), and Celia Duncan, James Duncan, Elizabeth Duncan, Nancy H. Duncan and Arron Duncan of Marshall Co. TN, Dist. 14; for $562.30, deed to Thomas H. Loudon of same, land on Glade and Rock Creeks adj William Duncan's south boundary line, 104 acres. /s/ Nancy Duncan, Celia L. Duncan, Nancy H. Duncan, James Duncan, Arrin Duncan, Elizabeth Duncan. Wit. John G. Coggins, William H. Duncan. Reg. 3 March 1845 on oath of wit. (FHL film 977,505)
   Deeds, v.J-L, 1849-1853 (FHL film 977,506)
      J-174/175: 14 Sept. 1849, William D. Emerson sold to William Duncan for $1 paid and other considerations, a tract of land in Marshall Co. TN in District No.15, beginning at Joseph Duncan's SE corner, then ... to a beech on the Maury and Bedford County line, then ... to the beginning, containing 50 acres more or less, warrant title; that said William D. Emerson is indebted to William Duncan agent for the heirs of Joseph Duncan decd by note 11 Sept. 1849 payable one day after date for $317.15, to secure the debt, now if I do not pay said note with interest in 2 years from this date, then William Duncan may sell said land for cash to the highest bidder, pay the note, and the balance if any to be paid to me. /s/ William D. Emerson. Ack. 14 Sept. 1849. Wit. Wm. Truess?, B. Williams. William D. Emerson appeared 14 Sept. 1849 before John Elliott, Clrk. Recorded 19 Sept. 1849. (FHL film 977,506)
      J-329: Feb. 4, 1850. Received from Atlas G. Duncan, William M. Duncan and Brantley W. Duncan and Winny H. Duncan by the hands of William Duncan, $700 in full payment for Sarah aged about 19 years and her child Benjamin aged about 1 year, slaves for life, and I bind myself to defend the title of said slaves to the said Atlas G. Duncan, William M., Brantley W. and Winny H. Duncan against the lawful claims of all persons. /s/ Josiah Duncan. Ack. 4 Feb. 1850. Wit. Jesse Bayell, Josiah Bayell. Josiah Duncan ack. bill of sale 4 Feb. 1850 before John Elliott, Clk. of Marshall Co. Filed 7 Feb. 1850, Recorded 9 Feb. 1850. (FHL film 977,506)
      J-329/330: 11? Jany? 1848, Whereas Johnathan McManus and wife Nancy, citizens of Macoupin Co. IL, by power of attorney on 15 Nov. 1841, authorized me to deed the undivided interests of said Nancy to 2 tracts of land in Marshall Co. TN, the one on which said Joseph Duncan lived previous to his death, being the interest which was inherited by said Nancy from her father William Duncan decd and the other from her brother Robert W. Duncan decd. and son of said William, and whereas Joseph Duncan died without receiving title to the same, having devised the same to his widow Winny Duncan and his three children, Atlas Gratton, William Morgan, and Brantley West Duncan, now as attorney for said Jonathan McManus & wife Nancy, I convey to the said devisees all the interest that said Jonathan McManus & wife had to the parcels of land. /s/ Josiah Duncan, attorney in fact for Jonathan McManus & Nancy his wife. Wit. Jesse Emerson, H.R. Bigham. Appeared H.B. Bigham on 6 March 1848 and Jesse Emerson on this day, before John Elliott, Clerk, 2 Feb. 1850. Filed 7 Feb. 1850, recorded 9 Feb. 1850. (FHL film 977,506)
      J-355: 11 Jan. 1848; whereas Joseph Duncan in his lifetime about 1839 purchased of us our parts of the tract of land on which he lived previous to his death, being the interest inherited by us from our decd. father William Duncan, for $150, and whereas he received no title for the same but bequeathed to his widow and children; now wherefore we convey to Winny Duncan, widow, and Atlas Gratton, William Morgan, and Brantly West Duncan, children and heirs of said Joseph Duncan decd, to be held by them free from all claims, subject only to the conditions and limitations under the will of said Joseph Duncan decd; signed Josiah Duncan, William (X) Emerson, Elizabeth (X) Duncan; wit. Jesse Emerson (Jurat 2 Feb. 1850), H.B. Bigham (Jurat 6 March 1848); Elizabeth Emerson, the feme covert, examined privately from her husband. (FHL film 977,506)
      K-278: John Duncan of Desoto Co. MS sold to James Duncan of Marshall Co. TN my interest as heir at law of my father John Duncan of Marshall Co. TN to 106 acres of land whereon the said John Duncan now lives in Dist. No.12? (13?) and 19 acres of ?? land near the same; it is understood that I have no right on said land during the natural life of my father and mother and that my interest will be 1/3 part of said land at the death of the last one of them; for the said James Duncan to hold my interest forever, defend the title. /s/ Jan. 1851 (no day). /s/ John Duncan. Wit. B. William. John Gre??. Ack. 22 Jany. 1851 before John J. Elliot of Marshall Co. TN. Recorded 31? Jan. 1851. (FHL film 977,506)
      K-431/432: Received from David? O.P.C. Powell $150 in full payment for a negro girl slave named Ann aged about 5 years, and warrant the said negro girl Ann to be unencumbered, sound, healthy and a slave for life. 30 July 1850. /s/ Josiah Duncan. Wit. J?.F?. McCrory?, B. Williams. Ack. 5 June 1851. Ack. in Marshall Co. TN 2? July 1851. Filed 3 June 1851, Recorded July 25?, 1851. (FHL film 977,506)
      L-10/11: I have this day sold to Winney Duncan for $740 paid, a negro man slave named Zacharias aged about 31 or 2 years, warrant title, 5 July 1851, /s/ A.S. Taylor. Wit. William D. Emmerson, Thomas S. Collins. Proved by oath of witnesses 7 July 1851. Recorded July 18, 1881. (FHL film 977,506)
      L-99/100: 6 Sept. 1851, Thomas S. Collins sold to Atlas G. Duncan for $1537.50 paid, five tracts of land adj. each other, in Marshall Co. TN, District No.14, containing by estimation in all 150 acres more or less, bounded, first tract beg. at NE corner of the London tract, then line of the 5000 acre survey, then to the beginning containing 52-1/4 acres; the second tract containing 252 (251?) acres beg. at a stake Elisha Collins corner; the third tract containing 50 acres beg. on John Dolton's line, east of Lawhons old corner; the fourth tract containing 9-78/160 acres ...; and the fifth tract containing by estimation 125 acres ... at Landon's corner, Chifor's line?, Clark's corner, containing in all 150 acres more or less, warrant title. /s/ Thomas S. Collins. Wit. T?. J. Elliott, John Garrett. Ack. 6 Sept. 1851. Recorded Oct. 18, 1851. (FHL film 977,506)
      L-318: 19 Feb. 1852, Josiah Duncan have this day sold to John B. Cockran for $200 paid, a town lot in Town of Lewisburg, Lot No.7 in Block No.7, on Union Street ..., warrant title. /s/ Josiah Duncan. Wit. F. McKnight, Sarah Davis. Ack. 19 Feb. 1852. Recorded March 25, 1852. (FHL film 977,506)
   Deeds, v.M-O, 1852-1856 (FHL film 977,507)
      M-32/33: 1 March 1852, John Dowde and Louisanah A. Dowde sold to Winney H. Duncan and her heirs for $600 paid, a tract of land in Marshall Co. TN, District No.14, containing by estimation 55 acres and 144 poles more or less, beg. in the said Winney H. Duncan's south boundary line, then ... to William H. Record's NE corner, then ... Thomas S. Collins corner, then ... to the beginning, warrant title. /s/ John (X) Dowde, Louisanah (X) Dowde. Wit. L. Talley, Benjamin P?. McConnel. Ack. May 25, 1852. Recorded 11 June 1852. (FHL film 977,507)
      M-145/146: 25 Sept. 1852, James Wiley and Malinda Wiley his wife sold to William M. Duncan for $300 paid, a tract of land in Civil District No.14 of Marshall Co. TN containing by estimation 36 acres and 22-1/2 poles more or less, beg. ... top of the ridge, then ... to a stake, ... to the beginning, warrant title. /s/ James (X) Wiley, Malinda (X) Wiley. Wit. T?. McKnight, Robt. Wiley. Ack. 25 Sept. 1852. Recorded 29 Sept. 1852. (FHL film 977,507)
      M-404: 8 March 1853, Josiah Duncan convey to Robert C. Williams for $1362.40 paid, Cynthie aged about 26 years and her two children boys Alfred aged about 3 years and six months and Daniel aged about one year and eight months, warrant title, ... /s/ Josiah Duncan. Wit. Jas. C. Emerson 8 March 1853, Saml. Davis 14 May 1853. Proved by witnesses on 8 March 1853 and 14 May 1853. Recorded 22 June 1853. (FHL film 977,507)
      N-19/20: 13 April 1853, Josiah Duncan sold to Nancy Tilmon for $150 paid, a tract of land in Marshall Co. TN, District No.14, containing by estimation 20 acres more or less, beg. at a stake Winney Duncan's corner, then ... stake William H. Duncan's SE corner in Wm. H. Record's line, then with W.H. Duncan's line to ... his NW corner, in the widow Bell's line, then ... Lyon's? pointer Winney Duncan's corner, then with her line to the beginning, warrant title. /s/ Josiah (X) Duncan. Wit. Saml. Davis, Jesse Emerson. Proved by oath of witnesses 2 Sept. 1853. Filed 6 Sept. 1853, recorded 19 Oct. 1853. (FHL film 977,507)
 

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