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Jason Duncan
222 Sundance Cir
Statesville, NC 28625
704-929-2643
jason@webjmd.com



Articles
  • My Newsletter
    The following items are original essays/stories/articles that I have written about a particular topic.
    1. Vol 1, Issue 1: The 1934 Murder of Lloyd Casey in Wilkes Co, NC, October 2016

    2. Vol 2, Issue 1: The Story of Elmer Billings (born 1902 Alleghany Co, NC), July 2017
  • My Work
    The following items are original essays/stories/articles that I have written about a particular topic.
    1. Ransom Brooks (1903-1946), ringleader of the "worst criminal gang in Alleghany Co, NC. September 2003

    2. William Blackburn (1764-1850s) of Wilkes Co, NC. December 2001 for Wilkes Genealogical Society Bulletin

    3. Roy Duncan in WWII from 1941 to 1945. December 2004

    4. Four generations of the Ingold family in Guilford Co beginning with Peter Ingold (b1753). April 2005 [225KB pdf]

    5. Alarison E. Myers (1825-1906), Civil War Pensioner from Wilkes Co, NC. February 2006, for Wilkes Genealogical Society Bulletin. [748KB pdf]

    6. The Ingool Family of Wilkes Co discusses how this family ended up in Wilkes Co, NC, and how the name changed from Ingold to Ingool. October 2006, for Wilkes Genealogical Society Bulletin.

    7. Celia Mahaffey (1811-1890) of Wilkes Co, begins a discussion on her possible parents including the many Thomas Mahaffeys. January 2007, for the Wilkes Genealogical Society Bulletin.

    8. Life in Rural Wilkes Co, NC is a term paper I wrote in 1994 about life in the early 1900s in Wilkes Co, NC, at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains. 1994
  • My Spreadsheets
    1. Grandchildren of Richard Bauguess (c1753-1822) of Wilkes Co, NC. This is an ongoing project to place early Wilkes Co Bauguess's in the proper family. The chart shows the names, birth dates, and census information for members of the family born before 1830. 2013
  • Work Done By Others
    These essays or articles have been written by others about their ancestors who were related to or lived near mine.
    1. Mountain Whispers, by Lisa Estes is a 42-page Microsoft Word document (5.6MB) about the family and descendants of James Monroe "Jim Roe" Duncan (1856-1923). He moved from Floyd Co, VA, to Putnam Co, WV, about 1903. 2007.



    Jason Duncan
    222 Sundance Cir
    Statesville, NC 28625
    704-929-2643
    jason@webjmd.com

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