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Posted: 27 Jul 2001 1:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 29 Dec 2002 5:44PM GMT
I'm going to throw a lot of information in the hopes that it will ring a bell with someone:

John Henry Duncan b1874 in TN and moved to Greene Co. MO with brother Fred/Fread probably in the 1890s. Greene Co MO 1900 census shows John Henry (26 yrs)and Fred/Fread (19 yrs) living in Center Twp, District 17, with their mother, Mattie (55 yrs), a sister, Bessie (20 yrs) and a niece, Jessie Redfearn (7 or 9 yrs).

The 1904 Greene Co MO Plat Map shows a J.H. Duncan at T29 R23 Sec.5, just east of Bois D'Arc.

John Henry m Nettie McCallister, daughter of (Unknown) Reiff and William McCallister, between 1900-1904. Nettie was born in 1878.

1920 Census Greene Co MO, Center Twp, District 26 shows the following:

*Duncan, Mattie, Head, 76 yrs, Truck Farmer
Bessie, dghtr, 43 yrs

*Duncan John H., Head, 45 yrs, Farmer
Nettie, Wife, 38 yrs
Thelma, dghtr, 15 yrs
Mattie, dghtr, 12 yrs
Roscoe, son, 11 yrs
Dan, son, 9 yrs
Charles, son, 7 yrs
Samuel, son 5 yrs
Cyrus, son 3 yrs

*Duncan, Fred, Head, 37 yrs, Farmer
Relda, Wife, 33 yrs
Arma/Anna?, dghtr, 24 yrs
Ralph, son, 11 yrs
Josephine, dghtr, 10 yrs
Nelson, son, 7 yrs
I can forward from here, but am anxious to go backwards!
According to family legend, John Henry Duncan was a Justice of the Peace and a school board member a some point in time.
If this rings a bell with anyone please contact me at Thanks, Rebecca Duncan
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
boxercircle 27 Jul 2001 7:36PM GMT 
mredfern67 12 Aug 2001 7:37PM GMT 
Rebecca Duncan 13 Aug 2001 7:26PM GMT 
mredfern67 14 Aug 2001 4:27AM GMT 
lynnesut1 22 Jan 2002 12:49PM GMT 
Michael Robert Redfern 22 Jan 2002 4:42PM GMT 
myers3879 13 Nov 2001 8:48PM GMT 
michaelr67 14 Nov 2001 11:30PM GMT 
carol 15 Nov 2001 4:42AM GMT 
michaelr67 15 Nov 2001 5:00PM GMT 
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