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9. Jeremiah STRODE. Born on July 4, 1732 in Chester County, Pennsylvania. Jeremiah died in Berkeley County, Virginia in March 1785; he was 52.
In 1758 when Jeremiah was 25, he married Margaret FOREMAN, daughter of John C. FORMAN & Mary, in Berkeley County, Virginia. Born on August 28, 1732 in Berkeley County, Virginia. Margaret died in Berkeley County, Virginia in January 1812; she was 79.
They had the following children:

i. Mary E. Born on January 9, 1759 in Berkeley County, Virginia. Mary E. died in Urbana Township, Champaign County, Ohio on August 5, 1812; she was 53.

Mary E. married Isaac EVANS.

ii. James. Born on February 5, 1762 in Berkeley County, Virginia.

iii. Edward. Born on November 3, 1764 in Berkeley County, Virginia. Edward died in Fairfield County, Ohio on December 11, 1843; he was 79.

On June 29, 1793 when Edward was 28, he married Elizabeth “Betsy” LOWE.

iv. Ann “Nancy”. Born on June 5, 1767 in Berkeley County, Virginia.

On May 15, 1786 when Ann “Nancy” was 18, she married John LIGHT, in Berkeley County, Virginia.

19 v. George (1770-)

20 vi. John (1773-)

21 vii. Jeremiah (1775-1853)

viii. William. Born on December 10, 1778 in Berkeley County, Virginia.

On November 3, 1798 when William was 19, he married Ruth FOREMAN, in Berkeley County, Virginia.

Family of Martha STRODE (4) & Morgan BRYAN

10. Joseph BRYAN.
Joseph married Alee.
They had the following children:

i. Rebecca. Born on January 9, 1739. Rebecca died in St. Charles, Missouri on March 18, 1813; she was 74.

On August 14, 1756 when Rebecca was 17, she married Daniel BOONE, son of Squire BOONE (1696-1765) & Sarah MORGAN (1700-1777), in North Carolina. Born on October 22, 1735 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Daniel died in St. Charles, Missouri on September 26, 1820; he was 84.
THE Daniel Boone!

ii. Martha. Martha died after 1793.

Martha married Edward BOONE, son of Squire BOONE (1696-1765) & Sarah MORGAN (1700-1777). Born in November 1740 in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Edward died in Kentucky in 1780; he was 39.

22 iii. Morgan (1729-)

iv. James.

v. Joseph.


11. William BYRAN. Born in 1733. William died on May 7, 1780; he was 47.
William married Mary BOONE, daughter of Squire BOONE (1696-1765) & Sarah MORGAN (1700-1777). Born in November 1736. Mary died in 1819; she was 82.
They had one child:

23 i. Mary Boone (1777-1856)



Fourth Generation

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Family of Capt. James STRODE (7) & Ann Hamilton FOREMAN

12. Susannah STRODE. Born on June 14, 1756 in Berkeley County, Virginia. Susannah died in Fleming County, Kentucky in 1835; she was 78.
In 1772/1773 when Susannah was 15, she married James McGOWAN, in Frederick County, Virginia.
They had one child:

i. Nancy (Sarah?). Born about 1776 in Virginia. Nancy (Sarah?) died in Fleming County, Kentucky on August 28, 1845; she was 69.



Nancy (Sarah?) married Jeremiah STRODE, son of Capt. John STRODE (8) (1729-1805) & Mary BOYLE (1733-1814). Born on October 5, 1773 in Berkeley County, Virginia. Jeremiah died in Nacogdoches, Texas on April 26, 1860; he was 86. Resided in Texas in February 1835.

Family of Capt. John STRODE (8) & Mary BOYLE

13. Elizabeth STRODE. Born on December 25, 1759 in Berkeley County, Virginia. Elizabeth died in Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky on July 2, 1825; she was 65.
On December 9, 1777 when Elizabeth was 17, she married Capt. James DUNCAN, son of Matthew DUNCAN II (ca1720-1793) & Sarah (1723-1805), in Berkely County, Virginia. Born on February 20, 1750 in Shepherdstown, Virginia. [7] James died in Bourbon County, Kentucky on October 16, 1817; he was 67. Revolutionary War.
CAPTAIN JAMES DUNCAN, [8] born February 20, 1750, who with his brother (see hereafter) came at an early date to explore the western wilderness. About March first 1779, a company of venturesome pioneers set out from Shepherdstown, Virginia to make their way by following "Boone's Trace" to the Kentucky territory. Traveling with them were surveyors and guides who had made the difficult journey before. In the company were the Morgans, Bedingers, Swearingens, Captain John Strode and his son-in-law, Captain James Duncan, and others. When they reached Boonesborough, after a narrow escape from massacre at the hands of the Indians, they found the settlement in such a precarious condition for want of defenders they decided to remain there for a time to protect the women and children. In depositions filed in old Bourbon county suits James Duncan, in 1805, stated he came to Kentucky in 1779 and was at Boonesborough, that he returned to the old settlement the same year and came out to Kentucky again in the fall of that year and assisted Benedict Couchman and his brother build the fort at Strodes Station which was "on a fork", (Clark county) and he moved his family to Kentucky in the Spring of 1784.[1] James Duncan served as a Captain in the Revolution; his original oath of allegiance, a treasury bill issued him for service as captain and never cashed and other valuable documents preserved in the family of his descendant, James Duncan Bell, have recently been presented the Duncan Tavern Museum. Land grants for 1500 acres in Fayette county, Kentucky, were issued him in 1783 and he was one of the first settlers at Lexington the county seat.[2] He was one of the original proprietors of the little town of Hopewell (later Paris), also served as Sheriff of Bourbon county; presided over the first Court of Quarter Sessions, and was a member of the convention that framed the second constitution of Kentucky. He was a large land owner and lived on Kennedys creek on the Winchester road, now the property of A. B. Hancock.[3] He married December 9, 1777, Elizabeth Strode, born December 25, 1757, daughter of Captain John Strode, founder of Strodes Station, and his wife, Mary (Boyle) Strode. Captain James Duncan died October 16, 1817 and wife, Elizabeth (Strode) Duncan, died July 2nd, 1825.

[1] Kentucky Court and Other Records, Vol. II, pps. 113, 138.

[2] O1d Kentucky Entries and Deeds, p. 95, by Jillson; Collins' History of Kentucky.

[3] Early Petitions, Filson Club Publication; Sketches of Paris by Keller and McCann


They had the following children:

24 i. Matthew (1778-1844)

25 ii. John (1781-1833)

26 iii. James (1782-1841)

iv. Thomas. Born on February 14, 1784 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Thomas died before December 1819; he was 35.

THOMAS DUNCAN, [8] born February 14, 1784. In Deed Book H, p. 74, Bourbon County, Ky., Clerk's office, is recorded a deed of gift from James Duncan and wife, Elizabeth, to their sons, Thomas and Joseph, for land located on Blyds Creek in Barren county, Ky., dated January 24, 1810. The record of marriage of Thomas Duncan to Eleanor Brooks is filed in Clark county, Ky., December 18, 1810, There is also the marriage of one Thomas Duncan recorded in Barren county, Ky., to Judah Foster, dated December 19, 1819.


On December 18, 1810 when Thomas was 26, he first married Eleanor “Nellie” BROOKS, daughter of Abijah BROOKS (1759-1812) & Anne Nancy STRODE (16) (1770-1855), in Clark County, Kentucky.

On December 19, 1816 when Thomas was 32, he second married Judah FOSTER, in Barren County, Kentucky.

27 v. Joseph (1786-1837)

28 vi. Mary (1787-1818)

29 vii. Seth (1788-)

30 viii. William (1790-1851)

31 ix. Jeremiah (1792-1876)

32 x. Sarah J. (1793-1876)

33 xi. Eleanor (1795-1875)

34 xii. Stephen Clarles (1797-1877)

xiii. Jones. Born on August 11, 1800 in Kentucky.
14. James STRODE. Born on May 22, 1765 in Shephardstown, Berkeley County, Virginia. James died in Gallatin, Sumner, Tenn. on March 14, 1830; he was 64. [9]
On October 23, 1791 when James was 26, he married Margaret FOREMAN, in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born on May 19, 1775 in Virginia. Margaret died in Jackson County, Missouri on October 24, 1859; she was 84.
They had the following children:

35 i. Polly

ii. John Forman.

John Forman married Nancy EVANS.

36 iii. Elizabeth

iv. Catherine “Kitty”.

Catherine “Kitty” married George BUSH.

v. Margaret.

Margaret married John WILSON. Born in Maryland.

vi. William.

William married Elizabeth CLARKSON, daughter of William CLARKSON & Polly STRODE (35).

vii. Charles Edward.

Charles Edward married Sarah WESTON.

37 viii. Susannah


15. John STRODE Jr. Born on September 25/26, 1768 in Berkeley County, Virginia. John died in Winchester, Clark County, Kentucky on August 2, 1834; he was 65.
On November 27, 1790 when John was 22, he married Ruth CONSTANT, in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born on March 24, 1770. Ruth died in Clark County, Kentucky on August 21, 1845; she was 75.
They had the following children:

i. John. Born on January 8, 1793.

ii. James. Born on May 29, 1794.

iii. Mary. Born on July 7, 1795.

iv. Jeremiah. Born on August 30, 1796.

38 v. Sally (1798-)

vi. Abigail. Born on February 10, 1799.

vii. Stephen. Born on March 21, 1800.

viii. Lititia. Born on October 31, 1801.

ix. Ann. Born on March 13, 1803.

x. Eleanor. Born on August 6, 1804.

xi. Elizabeth. Born on September 14, 1805.

xii. Constant. Born on September 24, 1807.

xiii. Martha. Born on January 24, 1809.

xiv. William. Born on March 24, 1811.

39 xv. Nelson (1813-1895)


16. Anne Nancy STRODE. Born on May 2, 1770 in Berkeley County, Virginia. Anne Nancy died in Clark County, Kentucky on July 6, 1855; she was 85.
On November 16, 1791 when Anne Nancy was 21, she first married Abijah BROOKS, son of Samuel BROOKS & Abigail HASTINGS. Born on August 12, 1759 in Massachusetts. Abijah died in Clark County, Kentucky on November 5, 1812; he was 53. Revolutionary War.
They had the following children:

40 i. Samuel (1802-1875)

41 ii. John Strode

iii. Abijah.

42 iv. Robert S.

v. Van.


Van married Clemency YOUNG.

vi. Thomas (Died young).

43 vii. Mary Ann (1792-ca1865)

viii. Nellie.

ix. Eleanor “Nellie”.

On December 18, 1810 Eleanor “Nellie” married Thomas DUNCAN, son of Capt. James DUNCAN (1750-1817) & Elizabeth STRODE (13) (1759-1825), in Clark County, Kentucky. Born on February 14, 1784 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Thomas died before December 1819; he was 35.


THOMAS DUNCAN, [8] born February 14, 1784. In Deed Book H, p. 74, Bourbon County, Ky., Clerk's office, is recorded a deed of gift from James Duncan and wife, Elizabeth, to their sons, Thomas and Joseph, for land located on Blyds Creek in Barren county, Ky., dated January 24, 1810. The record of marriage of Thomas Duncan to Eleanor Brooks is filed in Clark county, Ky., December 18, 1810, There is also the marriage of one Thomas Duncan recorded in Barren county, Ky., to Judah Foster, dated December 19, 1819.

x. Elizabeth.

Elizabeth married John ECTON.

44 xi. Abigail Hastings

45 xii. Ann Weir (1798-1888)
On November 6, 1816 when Anne Nancy was 46, she second married Jacob WILSON, in Clark County, Kentucky.
17. Susannah STRODE. [10] Born on December 28, 1771 in Berkeley County, Virginia. Susannah died before December 1805; she was 33.
about 1790 when Susannah was 18, she married James Hardage LANE, in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born on February 2, 1764 in Loudon County, Virginia. James Hardage died in Montgomery County, Kentucky in 1846/1850; he was 81.
They had one child:

46 i. Mary


18. Stephen STRODE. Born on February 26, 1777 in Berkeley County, Virginia. Stephen died in Platte County, Missouri after 1850; he was 72. [11]
On April 16, 1798 when Stephen was 21, he married Mary STARNES, daughter of Jacob STARNES, in Clark County, Kentucky. Born on July 23, 1782. Mary died in Boone County, Missouri in December 1848; she was 66.
They had the following children:

i. Joseph.

ii. John.

iii. Stephen.

iv. James.

v. Betsy.



Family of Jeremiah STRODE (9) & Margaret FOREMAN

19. George STRODE. Born on October 5, 1770 in Berkeley County, Virginia.
On August 23, 1791 when George was 20, he married Mary FOREMAN, in Berkeley County, Virginia.
They had one child:

47 i. Ruth


20. John STRODE. Born on March 13, 1773 in Berkeley County, Virginia.
On October 24, 1795 when John was 22, he married Elizabeth FOREMAN, in Berkeley County, Virginia.
They had the following children:

48 i. Priscilla (1798-)

49 ii. Joseph
21. Jeremiah STRODE Jr. Born on June 17, 1775 in Berkeley County, Virginia. Jeremiah died in Ralls County, Missouri in 1853; he was 77.
On February 6, 1796 when Jeremiah was 20, he married Elizabeth ATHE, in Berkeley County, Virginia. Born about 1778 in Prince William County, Virginia.
They had the following children:

i. Thomas V.

50 ii. Jeremiah (1797-)

51 iii. William F. (1800-<1853)

iv. George. Born in 1816 in Ohio.

52 v. Edward Brown (1821-1877)

vi. Sarah A. Born in 1828.

Sarah A. married KELSO.

vii. John J. Born in 1832 in Missouri. John J. died before February 1853; he was 21.

viii. Margaret.

Margaret married WHALEY.

ix. Elizabeth.

Elizabeth married HENDERSON.

Family of Joseph BRYAN (10) & Alee

22. Morgan BRYAN. Born on May 20, 1729.
Morgan married Mary FORBES.
They had one child:

53 i. George



Family of William BYRAN (11) & Mary BOONE

23. Mary Boone BYRAN. Born in 1777. Mary Boone died in 1856; she was 79.
Mary Boone married Joseph INGELS, son of James INGELS (1749-1803) & Catherine BOONE (1751-), in Harrison County, Kentucky. Born on March 15, 1778 in North Carolina. Joseph died in Pendleton County, Kentucky on June 18, 1828; he was 50.
They had the following children:

54 i. Bryan (1805-1876)

ii. Laura. Born on April 18, 1814. Laura died in Harrison County, Kentucky on February 20, 1880; she was 65.

Fifth Generation

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Family of Elizabeth STRODE (13) & Capt. James DUNCAN

24. Matthew DUNCAN. Born on September 24, 1778 in Berkeley County, Virginia. Matthew died in Clay County, Missouri on January 27, 1844; he was 65. Resided in Clay County, Missouri about 1826.
MATTHEW DUNCAN, [8] born in Virginia September 24, 1778, married October 20, 1803 Elizabeth Breckenridge, born February 1, 1783, daughter of Alexander and Magdolene (Gamble) Breckenridge, removed to Clay county, Missouri on November 11th, 1826 with a large company from Bourbon county. Among their children were George Breckenridge Duncan of Clinton county, Missouri, and James Duncan, who died November 2, 1837. Matthew Duncan died January 27, 1844 and his wife, Elizabeth, died June 10, 1844.
On October 20, 1803 when Matthew was 25, he married Elizabeth BRECKENRIDGE, daughter of Alexander BRECKENRIDGE (1743-1813) & Magdalene GAMBLE (1745-), in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Born on December 25, 1783 in Wythe County, Virginia. [12] Elizabeth died on June 10, 1844; she was 60.
They had the following children:

i. James. Born in 1805. James died in Clay County, Missouri on November 2, 1837; he was 32.

55 ii. Elizabeth S. (1807-)

56 iii. Alexander Breckenridge (1807-1889)

57 iv. Magdalene (~1809-)

58 v. John B. (~1812-)

59 vi. Rachel C. (~1816-)

60 vii. George Breckenridge (~1817-)

viii. Matthew. Born between 1825-1830 in Kentucky Or Missouri.
25. John DUNCAN. Born on February 28, 1781 in Berkeley County, Virginia. John died in Bourbon County, Kentucky on June 27, 1833; he was 52.
JOHN DUNCAN, [8] born February 28, 1781, died intestate in Bourbon county, Kentucky, in the year 1833. His widow was named Frances and John Grigsby was guardian of his children: Ruth Ann, Elizabeth and John Strode Duncan.
On June 6, 1811 when John was 30, he first married Mary Frances STRODE, in Clark County, Kentucky. [13] Born about 1785 in Virginia.
They had the following children:

i. Ruth Ann. Born in 1802.

ii. Elizabeth. Born in 1804.

iii. John Strode. Born in 1806.


On September 3, 1829 when John was 48, he second married Frances HOLMES, in Bourbon County, Kentucky.
26. Capt. James DUNCAN Jr. Born on July 8, 1782 in Berkeley County, Virginia. James died in Clay County, Missouri on March 25, 1841; he was 58.
CAPTAIN JAMES DUNCAN, JR., [8] born July 8, 1782, served in the War of 1812, married April 2, 1807 Nancy Musick born January 13, 1793 to Jehoida and Sally (Winn) Musick of Clark county, Kentucky, who later removed to Bourbon county where Jehoida Musick died 1817. James Duncan, Jr., died in Clay county, Missouri, March 25, 1841, and his wife died there some time after the year 1847. Their children were: a-MATTHEW DUNCAN, married Elizabeth Young in Clay county, Mo., November 16, 1848; b-JEREMIAH THOMAS DUNCAN married Amanda Brooks; c-JAMES DUNCAN married Mary A. Duncan in Clay county, Mo., April 20, 1854; d-JOHN (JACK) WILLIAM DUNCAN married first Miss Hall, second Caroline J. Warfield in Clay county, Mo., June 24, 1858; e-STEPHEN M. DUNCAN married Amelia J. Brooks in Clay county, Mo., October 26, 1855; f-JEHOIDA DUNCAN married Eliza Crow, born in Jessamine county, Ky., died in Clinton county, Mo., Oct. 16, 1899, and he died in California 1857; g-JULIET JANE (JENNIE) DUNCAN, born Liberty, Mo., April 14, 1832, married her first cousin, Joseph Duncan (son of Seth and Jane Penn Duncan) "at the home of Mrs. Nancy Duncan," died in Clinton county, Mo., June 1, 1900. Joseph Duncan was born in Henry county, Ky., February 25, 1823 and died in Clinton county, Mo., April 1, 1888; issue: (a) JAMES, died at age of six;; (b) SETH DUNCAN, born 1850, died 1900, married August 6, 1879, Carrie P. Wilkerson; (C) NANNIE DUNCAN died at age of 22 months; (d) LETITIA DUNCAN born 1853, died 1915, married September 11, 1869, Thomas Turner; (e) JOSEPH DUNCAN born 1855, died 1933, married October 11, 1876, Medaline Talbott, born 1854, died 1927; (f) STEPHEN E. DUNCAN, died at nine months; (g) MARY BELLE DUNCAN, born December 29, 1857, Clinton county, Mo., died November 15, 1938, Craig, Colo., married December 6, 1877, William Allen Metcalfe, M. D., born in Trimble county, Ky., July 24, 1849 (son of Sanford and Louisa Spilman Metcalfe) and these were parents of Elizabeth Agnes Lee Metcalfe born October 20, 1878 at Bedford, Trimble county, Ky., who married John Christopher Carr, born October 19, 1876 near Osborn, Mo. (gr. gr. gr. grandson of John Carr, 1684-1794, from county Down, Ireland to Loudoun county, Va.), parents of Nanon Lucile Carr (address 4201 Holmes Street, Kansas City, Mo.), genealogist for this branch of the family of Duncan who writes-"One of the interesting things I have noticed in following my Duncan line is the prevalence of red hair, probably a dominant characteristic because Joseph and Juliet Duncan were from the same line"; (h) JEREMIAH T. DUNCAN lived one day; (i) HANNAH ELIZABETH DUNCAN, born 1867, died 1938, married Thomas Moore; (j) CHARLES STEWART DUNCAN, born 1869, died 1936, married January 17, 1894 in Clinton county, Mo., Myrtle Ethel Hall; (k) DAISY (DOLLY) DUNCAN, born 1873, married November 5, 1890, Preston Hogan Ringo, born 1856, Carrollton, Ky., died 1940, son of James Henry Ringo (1831-1904) (h) LETITIA DUNCAN married November 20, 1844 in Clay county, Mo., Judge William Harrison Lott, born Clark county, Ky., she was his second wife, his first wife being Sarah J. Duncan (died 1842) daughter of Matthew. Letitia Duncan Lott died 1845; (i) SARAH DUNCAN married James Winn; (j) NANCY DUNCAN married December 28, 1826 in Clay county, Mo., John DePriest Hall (Mrs. M. N. Perkins, Chino Valley, Ariz., is genealogist for this branch); (j) ELIZABETH DUNCAN married Peter Holtzclaw; (k) and (1) (twins-ELEANOR married first April 23, 1835, Jeremiah Hall, and second September 10, 1839, Samuel S. Ligan, and MARY DUNCAN married Col. Lewis Wood; (m) PERMELIA DUNCAN married her first cousin, James Duncan, January 25, 1838, Clay county, Mo.[1]
[1] Notes by Nanon Lucile Carr.
On April 2, 1807 when James was 24, he married Nancy MUSICK, daughter of Jehoida MUSICK & Sarah “Sallie” WINN, in Bourbon County, Kentucky. [14] Born on January 13, 1793 in Virginia. Nancy died in Clay County, Missouri after 1847; she was 53.
They had the following children:

61 i. Sarah (1809-<1853)

62 ii. Elizabeth (1810-1885)

63 iii. Nancy (1811-)

iv. Letitia. Born on July 26, 1813 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

v. James. Born on May 17, 1815 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On April 20, 1854 when James was 38, he married Mary A. DUNCAN, in Clay County, Missouri.

vi. Jehoida Musick. Born on November 16, 1816. Jehoida Musick died in California in 1857; he was 40.

On January 24, 1838 when Jehoida Musick was 21, he married Eliza CROWE, in Clinton County, Missouri. Born in Jessamine County, Kentucky. Eliza died on October 16, 1899 in Clinton County, Missouri.

64 vii. Mary (1818->1895)

65 viii. Eleanor (1818-1852)

ix. Jane. Born on March 9, 1820 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

x. Permelia. Born on November 9, 1821 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

On January 25, 1838 when Permelia was 16, she married James DUNCAN, son of Captain William DUNCAN (30) (1790-1851) & Sarah RATLIFF. James died in 1856.

xi. Juliet. Born on December 26, 1822 in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

xii. Matthew. Born on June 28, 1824 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Matthew died in Clay County, Missouri in 1853; he was 28.

On November 16, 1848 when Matthew was 24, he married Susan Elizabeth YOUNG, in Clay County, Missouri. Born about 1831 in Kentucky.

xiii. Letitia. Born on May 10, 1826 in Clay County, Missouri. Letitia died in 1845; she was 18.

On November 20, 1844 when Letitia was 18, she married William Harrison LOTT. Born on August 1, 1816 in Clark County, Kentucky. William Harrison died in Edgerton, Platte, Missouri on September 13, 1885; he was 69. Buried in Grayson Cemetery, Clinton County, Missouri.

66 xiv. James B. F. (1828-)

xv. Stephen M. Born on June 30, 1830 in Clay County, Missouri.

On October 26, 1855 when Stephen M. was 25, he married Amelia J. BROOKS.

67 xvi. Juliet Jane “Jennie” (1832-1900)

xvii. John William. Born on May 1, 1835 in Clay County, Missouri.

On May 31, 1855 when John William was 20, he first married Louisa HOLT, in Clinton County, Missouri. Born on January 22, 1836. Louisa died in Clay County, Missouri on July 26, 1855; she was 19. Buried in Crow's Creek, Clay County Park, Clay County, Missouri, Davenport Cemetery.

On June 24, 1858 when John William was 23, he second married Carolyn “Carrie” WARFIELD. Born on April 17, 1842. Carolyn “Carrie” died in Clay County, Missouri on March 17, 1880; she was 37. Buried in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Smithville, Clay County, Missouri.

68 xviii. Jeremiah Thomas (1841-1917)
27. Joseph DUNCAN. Born on January 14, 1786 in Bourbon County, Kentucky. Joseph died in Clay County, Missouri on October 6, 1837; he was 51.
JOSEPH DUNCAN, [8] born January 14, 1786, married May 8, 1809, Polly Brooks, born December 15, 1792, daughter of Abijah and Nancy (Strode) Brooks, removed to Glasgow, Kentucky, where a son, Thomas Duncan, was born 1824, and from thence in 1833 to Clay county, Missouri. Joseph and wife, Polly Duncan, died within forty minutes of each other and both were interred in the same grave October 1837. Their son, Thomas Duncan, married his cousin, Mary Ellen Hall, daughter of John Depriest Hall.
On May 8, 1809 when Joseph was 23, he married Mary Ann BROOKS (43) , daughter of Abijah BROOKS (1759-1812) & Anne Nancy STRODE (16) (1770-1855), in Clark County, Kentucky. Born on December 15, 1792. Mary Ann died in Clay County, Missouri circa 1865; she was 72.
They had the following children:

69 i. Elizabeth (>1810-)

ii. Nancy. Born in 1810 in Clark County, Kentucky. Nancy died in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

about 1829 when Nancy was 19, she married John SCRIVNER.

iii. Mary. Born in 1813. Mary died in October 1837; she was 24.

iv. Abijah. Born in 1815.

Abijah married Amelia CAROLINE.

v. James. Born on November 15, 1816 in Montgomery County, Kentucky. James died in Platte County, Missouri on January 6, 1878; he was 61.

On March 4, 1850 when James was 33, he married Sarah TRACY, in Andrew County, Kentucky.

vi. Ellen Sarah. Born in 1820 in Kentucky. Ellen Sarah died before 1885; she was 65.

On May 26, 1859 when Ellen Sarah was 39, she married Aaron HYATT.

vii. Thomas Benton. Born on April 27, 1824 in Glasgow, Barren County, Kentucky. Thomas Benton died in Clay County, Missouri on October 29, 1915; he was 91.

On November 4, 1852 when Thomas Benton was 28, he married Mary Ellen HALL, daughter of John DePriest HALL (1800-1865) & Nancy DUNCAN (63) (1811-), in Clay County, Missouri.

viii. Judith Ann. Born on March 27, 1827 in Barren County, Kentucky. Judith Ann died in Clay County, Missouri on May 2, 1895; she was 68.

On June 17, 1847 when Judith Ann was 20, she married John N. STRODE, in Clay County, Missouri.

ix. Martha Jane. Born on August 7, 1831 in Barren County, Kentucky. Martha Jane died in Platte County, Missouri on September 20, 1915; she was 84.

On December 22, 1854 when Martha Jane was 23, she married John M. THATCHER, in Clay County, Missouri.

x. Joseph. Born on August 1, 1833. Joseph died in Smithville, Missouri on July 1, 1913; he was 79.

about 1855 when Joseph was 21, he first married Amanda CLARDY.

On December 25, 1884 when Joseph was 51, he second married Elizabeth Larimore MUNSY.

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