David Archibald Duncan

Claim Value Date Age Reliability
Birth Lisbon, New York, United States [ 292 ] cal 1855
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Birth Ogdensburg, St. Lawrence, New York, United States [ 35 ] Aug. 19, 1855
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Marriage Julia Frances Potter (1855-1918), Dwight, Livingston, Illinois, United States [ 35 ] Mar. 13, 1879
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Marriage Julia Frances Potter (1855-1918), Livingston, Illinois, United States [ 288 ] [ 289 ] Mar. 13, 1879
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Residence Dwight, Livingston, Illinois, United States [ 301 ] 1880
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Residence Ed 32 Western Precinct Crab Orchard Village, Johnson, Nemaha, Nebraska, United States [ 298 ] 1900
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Immigration Alberta, Canada [ 35 ] 1905
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Misc Moved to Killam, Killam, Alberta, Canada [ 35 ]
Family Member: Julia Frances Potter
1907
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Death Killam, Alberta, Canada [ 35 ] Jan. 27, 1910
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Claim Value Date Age Reliability
ID I164      
User ID Reference 59BF85CAAC06413C92A1B9F568F0BC2EB96D      
User ID Reference KC1B-W7Y      
Gender Male Gender    
Name David Archibald Duncan    
Burial Killam, Alberta, Canada [ 35 ]
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  • May have died on the 21 Jan 1910
  • While in the Dwight District, he owned a store and later took up farming corn and cattle. They resided in Dwight fifteen years before moving to Crab Orchard, Nebraska. They followed Will Rutherford, David's brother-in-law, to Alberta in 1905 and homesteaded NE 28-41-14-W4 and bought the S1/2 33-41-14-W4. They lived sixteen miles south of the town of Killam, Alberta. Thier home became a landmark known as "The Duncan home on the hill."

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