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Perkins-Duncan

Tandy Patterson Duncan (1778-1839) 
&
and Susannah Perkins (1782- after 1839) 

The area south of Charlottesville, Virginia 
&
Hartsville, Trousdale County of "Middle Tennessee"




Our line of the Duncan Clan continues through the youngest child of  George Duncan (abt. 1728-1783)  & Ann Hall (abt. 1730 - 1804/09) :  Tandy Patterson Duncan, born Nov 4, 1778, area south of Charlottesville, Virginia.


Map of Virginia



Dec 5, 1799, Charlottesville, Virginia area:  Marriage of Tandy Patterson Duncan (age 21) and Susannah Perkins (age 17,
b. April 23, 1782,  Fluvanna County, Virginia)


1800 - 1805 (6 years time), Charlottesville, Virginia area:  Tandy Patterson Duncan & Susanna Perkins had 5 children -- from Susanna & Tandy's ages  18 & 22   to  22 & 26 :

1. 1800 (approx):  Elizabeth Ann Duncan)
2. 1801 (approx): Pleasant Wales Duncan   (our ancestor)
3. 1802 (approx):Allen Duncan 
4. 1804 (approx):Ann Duncan 
5. 1805 (approx):Mary T. Duncan



1807:  Tandy Patterson Duncan (age 29) & Susanna Perkins (age 25) & 5 Children (ages 2 to 7) moved from the Charlottesville, Virginia to "Middle Tennessee --  the area of Hartsville, Trousdale County.  Our branch of the Duncan family lived there for the next 60 years -- til 1867.

In 1807, Tandy Patterson Duncan & Susanna Perkins -- by then age 29 &  25 -- sold their farm in Fluvanna County, Virginia.  They moved with their 5 children -- ages 2 to 7 -- to a section of Tennessee historically called "Middle Tennessee."  Their chosen area of Middle Tennessee was northeast of the town of Nashville, which the Cumberland River flows through.  They bought 100 acres of land  on a tributary of the Cumberland River called Middle Goose Creek, just east of the town of Hartsville.  At that time, their land was within the boundaries of Sumner County, which later sub-divided off into Macon County, and then sub-divided again into Trousdale County -- in which jurisdiction it remains today.

 
      


Tennessee Counties




Tandy & Susanna Duncan Family's "Middle Tennessee" area of Hartsville & Middle Goose Creek

  



Hartsville & Middle Goose Creek: close-up
(Get a new image:  Change this from a close-up of LITTLE Goose Creek  to eastward to MIDDLE Goose Creek.)





1808-1817 (10 years time), Hartsville, Tennessee area:  Tandy Patterson Duncan & Susanna Perkins had 7 more children -- at Susanna & Tandy's ages  26 & 30   to   35 & 39 -- making a total of 12 children :

6.  1808 (approx): Milly H. Duncan
7.  1811 (approx): Richard Duncan
8.  1812, Oct 17: Melinda M. Duncan
9.  1815: John M. (Jack) Duncan 
10. 1817 (approx): Martin Dibrell Duncan 
111819, April:  Letitia Duncan (married Randolph Keesee (b. 1819 in N.C., of parents Champness Keesee & Elizabeth Mills, age 15, b. 1804)  
[ Ed note:  See next webpage in the chronology -- 
Mills - Duncan -- for how this marriage & child are reminiscent of the song, "I'm My Own Grandpa." ] 
12. 1821:  William Duncan 


Tandy Patterson Duncan was involved in numerous property transactions, and in 1832 (at age 54) was a tobacco inspector in Hartsville, Tennessee.



1839 & after:  Hickman, Kentucky:  Deaths of Tandy Patterson Duncan & Susannah Perkins Duncan 

1839: Tandy Patterson Duncan moved to Hickman Kentucky to live with his daughter Milly Duncan Erwin.  
1839, October:  Tandy Patterson Duncan died at age 61.

sometime after 1839:  Susannah Perkins Duncan also died in Kentucky.

Map of Kentucky:  Hickman County is in the very southwest corner -- in orange




Our family line continues through the oldest son of Tandy Patterson Duncan (1778-1839) & and Susannah Perkins (1782 - after 1839):  Pleasant Wales Duncan, born approx 1801, Charlottesville, Virginia area.  



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