Peter Duncan (1624 - c.1676)

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Birthplace: Cannongate, Edinburgh, Scotland
Death: Died in Westmoreland, Virginia, United States
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  1. ID: I13964
  2. Name: Peter Duncan
  3. Sex: M
  4. Change Date: 22 JUL 2007
  5. Birth: 17 JUN 1624 in Edinburgh, Scotland
  6. Note: Burke's says 1624, source of month and day unknown to me; according to his deposition in 1670 was age 37 or thereabouts, or b. 1633 1
  7. Death: SEP 1676 in Westmoreland Co., VA
  8. Note:
   though some descendants say there's confusion about his death date, he is proven to be deceased by 2 Mar 1697/8 when Peter's sons Charles and John sold (or traded) each other land, "On 2 Mar 1697/8 in Westmoreland Co., VA, Peter's sons Charles and John deeded (or traded) each other some land. One of the deeds read, "CHARLES DUNKAN of Westmoreland Co. to my brother JOHN DUNKAN for divers good causes . . . 150 acres lying in the forest of Nomony and upon the branches thereof and right on the NW side of a tract of land of my brother PETER DUNKAN dec'd and since surveyed by Mr. Robt. Chamberlaine and found to be 134 acres, the said 150 acres being bought by my father PETER DUNKAN and given to me by his last will, the said land being bought of James Stewart. CHARLES DUNKAN
   30 Mar 1698, acknowledged by CHARLES DUNKAN"

2 3 1

  1. Will: ABT 1676 Westmoreland Co., VA
  2. Note:
   ". . . Peter Duncan's will, which is among the lost records of Westmoreland County." But, the will left land to his children, as shown by this document dated 7 May 1694: "GEORGE HARRISON, DENNIS CORNHILL, and THOMAS KIRTLEY acknowledge indentures of lease and release of lands sold by them and their WIFES to William Ramy. Also ELIZA. HARRISON & REBECCA KIRTLEY, wifes of GEORGE & THOMAS, in their persons, and ANN CORNHILL wife of DENNIS, by Mr. Jno. Minor, her attorney acknowledged the same together with their relinquishment of dower. (Court Order Book, page 88)
   And this mention of his daughters Elizabeth and Ann, whose husbands' names in a Northern Neck grant dated 16 Nov 1704: "Thomas Seruton died seized of 119A in Westmoreland Co. part of Tract sold by Randolph Kirk to PETER DUNKIN. DUNKIN by Will gave to his two daus. who with their husbands, GEORGE HARRISON & DENNIS CORNHILL sold to Seruton. Grant to Edward Portor of Westmoreland Co. Endorsement by Mr. James Westcomb Clk of said Co. In forrest on Nominy, adj. CHARLES DUNKIN, JOHN DUNKIN, Beals's line, Phillip White." The property lay between the Potomac and Rappahanock Rivers

4 5 6

  1. Note:
   bought land, "Richard Kenner of Nomony in Westmoreland Co. unto PETER DUNKIN of same. Parcel of land in Nomony River . . . on East side of the river . . . at a creek which issueth SE of the same river . . . to the head thereof . . . a creek which divideth this land from the land of Mr. Halls . . . Richard & Elizabeth Kenner.
   Wit: Mathew Rodham, John Smith
   15 Nov 1665, acknowledged in court by Richard Kenner" 7 8
  1. Immigration: 1650 Westmoreland Co., VA
  2. Note: transported, settled in Nomini Creek 9 3
  3. Note: mentioned in deed, Richard Kenner of Northumberland Co., planter, to Richard Searles of Nomony, Westmoreland Co., for a valuable consideration, land commonly known by the name of John Tasker's and upon eastern edge of Nomony . . . to PETER DUNKIN's creeke 10
  4. Note:
   gave "Deposition of PETER DUNKEN aged 37 yeares or thereabout told him that Abraham Hewes, Master of ship Industrie of Bristoll, told him that the bill of lading was taken at both John Wilson and Mathew Steele's name and that he thought in his conscience that Mathew Steele was more out of purse for the servants than Wilson and that Wilson was a very quarrelsome fellow and Steel was a very civill man and that Wilson thought to ruin him and Steele both . . .
   28 Sep 1670PETER (X) DUNKING
   sworn in court
  1. Note: bought land from Randolph Kirk 11
  2. Note: mentioned in deed, Nicholas and Frances Speer of Nomini in Westmoreland Co. 500 or 600 acres . . . corner tree of Thos. Youll and PETER DUNKIN in a huckleberry swamp . . . 12
  3. Note:
   named executor of Will of John Wilson: "This plantation I know live upon being upon the head of Nominee branches unto HENRY DUNKIN and Ann Hull being 750 acres, HENRY DUNKIN having the plantation and his part joyning to itt. To Penelope Heyden and Mary Hayden 2 cows a piece, Henry Owen 2 cowes. PETER DUNKIN my whole execution over all my estate. George Patton all my wearing clothes. Edward Adcock one young gray horse about 2 years old with a star on his forehead and a black list downe his back. John Middleton one bay mare. Frances Heydon's wife my feather bed that I lie now sick upon.John X Wilson
   Wit: Thomas (X) Moore, James Hawley
   31 May 1671, proved by Tho. Moore, James Hawlye 13
  1. Note: served on jury 14
  2. Note:
   Deposition of John Wyat aged 35 years or thereabouts that PEETER DUNKIN was at Maj. Perce's about the month of May and did ask him whether Richard Sutton's girl was brought to bedd and who nursed the child. I told him I did not know for it did not concern me. PEETER DUNKIN said if all be true that I hear that there was goods stole out of Maj. Allerton's house and disclosed it that Richd: Sutton carried it home.
   27 Sep 1673John Wyat made oath
   24 Sep 1673 Easter Hasebrigg age 34 that PEETER DUNKIN said he did hear that . . . Maj. Allerton, Sutton, etc.
  1. Note: served on jury 8
  2. Note: granted a Virginia Patent for 140 acres upon the south east side of Nominy River beginning upon the northeast point of Floods Creek 15 16
  3. Note: mentioned in VA grant to Thomas Yowell, "780 acres on the south east side of Nominy River, adjoining Peter Dunken, and Col. Nicholas Spencer" 17

Father: Peter Duncan Sr. b: 1597 in St. Andrews, Scotland

Mother: Sarah Elizabeth Stone b: ABT 1600 in Scotland

Marriage 1 Bessie Caldwell b: ABT 1630? in Cannongate, Edinburgh, Scotland

   * Married: 02 JUN 1646 in Canongate, Edinburgh, Scotland 3

Children

  1. Has Children John Duncan b: 16 JAN 1648 in Scotland
  2. Has Children Henry Duncan b: 11 APR 1649 in Scotland
  3. Has Children Peter Duncan II b: ABT 1651? in Westmoreland Co., VA
  4. Has Children Ann Duncan b: ABT 1653? in Westmoreland Co., VA
  5. Has Children Elizabeth Duncan b: ABT 1655? in Westmoreland Co., VA
  6. Has No Children Mathew Duncan b: ABT 1658? in Westmoreland Co., VA
  7. Has No Children Ellenor Duncan b: ABT 1660? in Westmoreland Co., VA
  8. Has Children Rebecca Duncan b: ABT 1663? in Westmoreland Co., VA
  9. Has Children Charles Duncan b: 1669 in VA

Sources:

  1. Title: Burke's Distinguished Families of America: The Lineages of 1600 Families of British Origin now Resident in the United States of America
     Abbrev: Burke's Disting Fam Amer Brit
     Author: Burke
     Publication: Burke's Peerage Ltd., London, England, 1948
     Page: p. 2665
  2. Title: Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654-1800
     Abbrev: Westmore. Co.VA Wills1654-1800
     Author: Augusta B. Fothergill
     Publication: Appeals Press, 1925
  3. Title: Directory of Scottish Settlers in North America 1625-1725
     Abbrev: Scots Dir Settlers N Am 1625-
     Author: Compiler: David Dobson
     Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1985
     Page: Vol. V, p. 75
  4. Title: Tidewater Virginia Families
     Abbrev: Tidewater VA Families
     Author: Harrison, James Edward
     Page: Vol. 4, p. 246
  5. Title: Virginia Land Patents and Grants in Land Office
     Abbrev: Virginia Land Patents
     Publication: Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA
     Page: Northern Neck Grants
  6. Title: Westmoreland County, Virginia, Order Book 1690-1698
     Abbrev: Westmore. Co.VA Ord Bk 1690-98
     Author: Editor: John Frederick Dorman
     Publication: J. F. Forman, Washington, DC, 1962-1964
     Page: p. 88
  7. Title: Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds on microfilm at Library of Virginia, Richmond
     Abbrev: Westmoreland Co. VA Deeds
     Page: Book 1, p. 282
  8. Title: Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds, Patents, etc. 1665-77, Compiled and Abstracted from Transcription Made 1801-02
     Abbrev: Westmore. Co.VA Deeds-Patents
     Author: Dorman, John Frederick
     Publication: Washington, DC, 1989
  9. Title: The Original Scots Colonists of Early America Supplement: 1607-1704
     Abbrev: Scots Colon Early Am Sup 1607-
     Author: David Dobson
     Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1998
     Page: p. 45
 10. Title: Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds, Patents, etc. 1665-77, Compiled and Abstracted from Transcription Made 1801-02
     Abbrev: Westmore. Co.VA Deeds-Patents
     Author: Dorman, John Frederick
     Publication: Washington, DC, 1989
     Page: Book 1, p. 322
 11. Title: Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds on microfilm at Library of Virginia, Richmond
     Abbrev: Westmoreland Co. VA Deeds
     Page: Book 1, p. 379
 12. Title: Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds on microfilm at Library of Virginia, Richmond
     Abbrev: Westmoreland Co. VA Deeds
     Page: Book 1, p. 368
 13. Title: Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds, Patents, etc. 1665-77, Compiled and Abstracted from Transcription Made 1801-02
     Abbrev: Westmore. Co.VA Deeds-Patents
     Author: Dorman, John Frederick
     Publication: Washington, DC, 1989
     Page: Book 1, p. 380-381
 14. Title: Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds, Patents, etc. 1665-77, Compiled and Abstracted from Transcription Made 1801-02
     Abbrev: Westmore. Co.VA Deeds-Patents
     Author: Dorman, John Frederick
     Publication: Washington, DC, 1989
     Page: Order Book? p. 152a
 15. Title: Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents
     Abbrev: Cavaliers and Pioneers
     Author: Nell Marion Nugent
     Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD
     Page: Book 1, p. 60, in Patent Book 6, p. 237
 16. Title: Virginia Land Patents and Grants in Land Office
     Abbrev: Virginia Land Patents
     Publication: Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA
     Page: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt. 1 & 2 p. 1-692), p. 237 (Reel 6)
 17. Title: Virginia Land Patents and Grants in Land Office
     Abbrev: Virginia Land Patents
     Publication: Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA
     Page: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 236 (Reel 6) 

-------------------- Peter1 Duncan, age 24, immigrated to Virginia 1650 from Edinburgh, Scotland (David Dobson's Original Scots Colonists in America Supplement 1607-1707, 1998). He married Bessie Caldwell on 2 Jun 1646. He died in Sep 1676 at Westmoreland Co., VA. He bought land, "Richard Kenner of Nomony in Westmoreland Co. unto PETER DUNKIN of same. Parcel of land in Nomony River . . . on East side of the river . . . at a creek which issueth SE of the same river . . . to the head thereof . . . a creek which divideth this land from the land of Mr. Halls . . . Richard & Elizabeth Kenner. Wit: Mathew Rodham, John Smith. 15 Nov 1665, acknowledged in court by Richard Kenner" on 6 Oct 1665 at Westmoreland Co., VA.

He was mentioned in deed, Richard Kenner of Northumberland Co., planter, to Richard Searles of Nomony, Westmoreland Co., for a valuable consideration, land commonly known by the name of John Tasker's and upon eastern edge of Nomony . . . to PETER DUNKIN's creeke on 27 Feb 1667/68 at Westmoreland Co., VA (Ibid., Book 1, p. 322.).

He was mentioned in deed, Nicholas and Frances Speer of Nomini in Westmoreland Co. 500 or 600 acres . . . corner tree of Thos. Youll and PETER DUNKIN in a huckleberry swamp . . on 3 Jul 1670 at Westmoreland Co., VA.

He gave "Deposition of PETER DUNKEN aged 37 yeares or thereabout told him that Abraham Hewes, Master of ship Industrie of Bristoll, told him that the bill of lading was taken at both John Wilson and Mathew Steele's name and that he thought in his conscience that Mathew Steele was more out of purse for the servants than Wilson and that Wilson was a very quarrelsome fellow and Steel was a very civill man and that Wilson thought to ruin him and Steele both . . . 28 Sep 1670 PETER (X) DUNKING

sworn in court in Sep 1670 at Westmoreland Co., VA. He bought land from Randolph Kirk on 13 Jan 1670/71 at Westmoreland Co., VA.

He was named executor of Will of John Wilson: "This plantation I know live upon being upon the head of Nominee branches unto HENRY DUNKIN and Ann Hull being 750 acres, HENRY DUNKIN having the plantation and his part joyning to itt. To Penelope Heyden and Mary Hayden 2 cows a piece, Henry Owen 2 cowes. PETER DUNKIN my whole execution over all my estate. George Patton all my wearing clothes. Edward Adcock one young gray horse about 2 years old with a star on his forehead and a black list downe his back. John Middleton one bay mare. Frances Heydon's wife my feather bed that I lie now sick upon. John X Wilson. Wit: Thomas (X) Moore, James Hawley, 31 May 1671, proved by Tho. Moore, James Hawlye on 6 Apr 1671 at Westmoreland Co., VA.

He served on jury on 5 Mar 1672/73 at Westmoreland Co., VA. Deposition of John Wyat aged 35 years or thereabouts that PEETER DUNKIN was at Maj. Perce's about the month of May and did ask him whether Richard Sutton's girl was brought to bedd and who nursed the child. I told him I did not know for it did not concern me. PEETER DUNKIN said if all be true that I hear that there was goods stole out of Maj. Allerton's house and disclosed it that Richd: Sutton carried it home. 27 Sep 1673 John Wyat made oath, Easter Hasebrigg age 34 that PEETER DUNKIN said he did hear that . . . Maj. Allerton, Sutton, etc on 17 Nov 1673 at Westmoreland Co., VA.

He served on jury on 17 Nov 1673 at Westmoreland Co., VA. He left a will circa 1676? at Westmoreland Co., VA ". . . Peter Duncan's will, which is among the lost records of Westmoreland County."

_____

  1. Note:
   though some descendants say there's confusion about his death date, he is proven to be deceased by 2 Mar 1697/8 when Peter's sons Charles and John sold (or traded) each other land, "On 2 Mar 1697/8 in Westmoreland Co., VA, Peter's sons Charles and John deeded (or traded) each other some land. One of the deeds read, "CHARLES DUNKAN of Westmoreland Co. to my brother JOHN DUNKAN for divers good causes . . . 150 acres lying in the forest of Nomony and upon the branches thereof and right on the NW side of a tract of land of my brother PETER DUNKAN dec'd and since surveyed by Mr. Robt. Chamberlaine and found to be 134 acres, the said 150 acres being bought by my father PETER DUNKAN and given to me by his last will, the said land being bought of James Stewart. CHARLES DUNKAN
   30 Mar 1698, acknowledged by CHARLES DUNKAN"

2 3 1

  1. Will: ABT 1676 Westmoreland Co., VA
  2. Note:
   ". . . Peter Duncan's will, which is among the lost records of Westmoreland County." But, the will left land to his children, as shown by this document dated 7 May 1694: "GEORGE HARRISON, DENNIS CORNHILL, and THOMAS KIRTLEY acknowledge indentures of lease and release of lands sold by them and their WIFES to William Ramy. Also ELIZA. HARRISON & REBECCA KIRTLEY, wifes of GEORGE & THOMAS, in their persons, and ANN CORNHILL wife of DENNIS, by Mr. Jno. Minor, her attorney acknowledged the same together with their relinquishment of dower. (Court Order Book, page 88)
   And this mention of his daughters Elizabeth and Ann, whose husbands' names in a Northern Neck grant dated 16 Nov 1704: "Thomas Seruton died seized of 119A in Westmoreland Co. part of Tract sold by Randolph Kirk to PETER DUNKIN. DUNKIN by Will gave to his two daus. who with their husbands, GEORGE HARRISON & DENNIS CORNHILL sold to Seruton. Grant to Edward Portor of Westmoreland Co. Endorsement by Mr. James Westcomb Clk of said Co. In forrest on Nominy, adj. CHARLES DUNKIN, JOHN DUNKIN, Beals's line, Phillip White." The property lay between the Potomac and Rappahanock Rivers

4 5 6

  1. Note:
   bought land, "Richard Kenner of Nomony in Westmoreland Co. unto PETER DUNKIN of same. Parcel of land in Nomony River . . . on East side of the river . . . at a creek which issueth SE of the same river . . . to the head thereof . . . a creek which divideth this land from the land of Mr. Halls . . . Richard & Elizabeth Kenner.
   Wit: Mathew Rodham, John Smith
   15 Nov 1665, acknowledged in court by Richard Kenner" 7 8
  1. Immigration: 1650 Westmoreland Co., VA
  2. Note: transported, settled in Nomini Creek 9 3
  3. Note: mentioned in deed, Richard Kenner of Northumberland Co., planter, to Richard Searles of Nomony, Westmoreland Co., for a valuable consideration, land commonly known by the name of John Tasker's and upon eastern edge of Nomony . . . to PETER DUNKIN's creeke 10
  4. Note:
   gave "Deposition of PETER DUNKEN aged 37 yeares or thereabout told him that Abraham Hewes, Master of ship Industrie of Bristoll, told him that the bill of lading was taken at both John Wilson and Mathew Steele's name and that he thought in his conscience that Mathew Steele was more out of purse for the servants than Wilson and that Wilson was a very quarrelsome fellow and Steel was a very civill man and that Wilson thought to ruin him and Steele both . . .
   28 Sep 1670PETER (X) DUNKING
   sworn in court
  1. Note: bought land from Randolph Kirk 11
  2. Note: mentioned in deed, Nicholas and Frances Speer of Nomini in Westmoreland Co. 500 or 600 acres . . . corner tree of Thos. Youll and PETER DUNKIN in a huckleberry swamp . . . 12
  3. Note:
   named executor of Will of John Wilson: "This plantation I know live upon being upon the head of Nominee branches unto HENRY DUNKIN and Ann Hull being 750 acres, HENRY DUNKIN having the plantation and his part joyning to itt. To Penelope Heyden and Mary Hayden 2 cows a piece, Henry Owen 2 cowes. PETER DUNKIN my whole execution over all my estate. George Patton all my wearing clothes. Edward Adcock one young gray horse about 2 years old with a star on his forehead and a black list downe his back. John Middleton one bay mare. Frances Heydon's wife my feather bed that I lie now sick upon.John X Wilson
   Wit: Thomas (X) Moore, James Hawley
   31 May 1671, proved by Tho. Moore, James Hawlye 13
  1. Note: served on jury 14
  2. Note:
   Deposition of John Wyat aged 35 years or thereabouts that PEETER DUNKIN was at Maj. Perce's about the month of May and did ask him whether Richard Sutton's girl was brought to bedd and who nursed the child. I told him I did not know for it did not concern me. PEETER DUNKIN said if all be true that I hear that there was goods stole out of Maj. Allerton's house and disclosed it that Richd: Sutton carried it home.
   27 Sep 1673John Wyat made oath
   24 Sep 1673 Easter Hasebrigg age 34 that PEETER DUNKIN said he did hear that . . . Maj. Allerton, Sutton, etc.
  1. Note: served on jury 8
  2. Note: granted a Virginia Patent for 140 acres upon the south east side of Nominy River beginning upon the northeast point of Floods Creek 15 16
  3. Note: mentioned in VA grant to Thomas Yowell, "780 acres on the south east sideSources:
  1. Title: Burke's Distinguished Families of America: The Lineages of 1600 Families of British Origin now Resident in the United States of America
     Abbrev: Burke's Disting Fam Amer Brit
     Author: Burke
     Publication: Burke's Peerage Ltd., London, England, 1948
     Page: p. 2665
  2. Title: Wills of Westmoreland County, Virginia 1654-1800
     Abbrev: Westmore. Co.VA Wills1654-1800
     Author: Augusta B. Fothergill
     Publication: Appeals Press, 1925
  3. Title: Directory of Scottish Settlers in North America 1625-1725
     Abbrev: Scots Dir Settlers N Am 1625-
     Author: Compiler: David Dobson
     Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1985
     Page: Vol. V, p. 75
  4. Title: Tidewater Virginia Families
     Abbrev: Tidewater VA Families
     Author: Harrison, James Edward
     Page: Vol. 4, p. 246
  5. Title: Virginia Land Patents and Grants in Land Office
     Abbrev: Virginia Land Patents
     Publication: Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA
     Page: Northern Neck Grants
  6. Title: Westmoreland County, Virginia, Order Book 1690-1698
     Abbrev: Westmore. Co.VA Ord Bk 1690-98
     Author: Editor: John Frederick Dorman
     Publication: J. F. Forman, Washington, DC, 1962-1964
     Page: p. 88
  7. Title: Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds on microfilm at Library of Virginia, Richmond
     Abbrev: Westmoreland Co. VA Deeds
     Page: Book 1, p. 282
  8. Title: Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds, Patents, etc. 1665-77, Compiled and Abstracted from Transcription Made 1801-02
     Abbrev: Westmore. Co.VA Deeds-Patents
     Author: Dorman, John Frederick
     Publication: Washington, DC, 1989
  9. Title: The Original Scots Colonists of Early America Supplement: 1607-1704
     Abbrev: Scots Colon Early Am Sup 1607-
     Author: David Dobson
     Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1998
     Page: p. 45
 10. Title: Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds, Patents, etc. 1665-77, Compiled and Abstracted from Transcription Made 1801-02
     Abbrev: Westmore. Co.VA Deeds-Patents
     Author: Dorman, John Frederick
     Publication: Washington, DC, 1989
     Page: Book 1, p. 322
 11. Title: Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds on microfilm at Library of Virginia, Richmond
     Abbrev: Westmoreland Co. VA Deeds
     Page: Book 1, p. 379
 12. Title: Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds on microfilm at Library of Virginia, Richmond
     Abbrev: Westmoreland Co. VA Deeds
     Page: Book 1, p. 368
 13. Title: Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds, Patents, etc. 1665-77, Compiled and Abstracted from Transcription Made 1801-02
     Abbrev: Westmore. Co.VA Deeds-Patents
     Author: Dorman, John Frederick
     Publication: Washington, DC, 1989
     Page: Book 1, p. 380-381
 14. Title: Westmoreland County, Virginia, Deeds, Patents, etc. 1665-77, Compiled and Abstracted from Transcription Made 1801-02
     Abbrev: Westmore. Co.VA Deeds-Patents
     Author: Dorman, John Frederick
     Publication: Washington, DC, 1989
     Page: Order Book? p. 152a
 15. Title: Cavaliers and Pioneers: Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents
     Abbrev: Cavaliers and Pioneers
     Author: Nell Marion Nugent
     Publication: Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD
     Page: Book 1, p. 60, in Patent Book 6, p. 237
 16. Title: Virginia Land Patents and Grants in Land Office
     Abbrev: Virginia Land Patents
     Publication: Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA
     Page: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt. 1 & 2 p. 1-692), p. 237 (Reel 6)
 17. Title: Virginia Land Patents and Grants in Land Office
     Abbrev: Virginia Land Patents
     Publication: Library of Virginia, Richmond, VA
     Page: Land Office Patents No. 6, 1666-1679 (pt.1 & 2 p.1-692), p. 236 (Reel 6)  of Nominy River, adjoining Peter Dunken, and Col. Nicholas Spencer" 17 
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Peter Duncan's Timeline

1624
June 17, 1624
Cannongate, Edinburgh, Scotland
1646
June 2, 1646
Age 21
Cannongate, Edinburgh, Mid Lothian, Scotland
1647
March 9, 1647
Age 22
Westmoreland, Virginia, USA
1648
January 16, 1648
Age 23
Kinmundy, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
1649
April 11, 1649
Age 24
Westmoreland, Virginia, USA
1649
- 1650
Age 24
1650
1650
Age 25
1653
1653
Age 28
Virginia, United States
1658
1658
Age 33
1662
1662
Age 37
Westmoreland, Virginia, USA