Person:Elizabeth Anno (2)

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Elizabeth Anno
b.ABT 1777
d.AFT 1834
m. ABT 1767
  1. Sarah AnnoAbt 1770 -
  2. John AnnoAbt 1770 - 1844
  3. Henry Anno1775 - Aft 1830
  4. Elizabeth AnnoAbt 1777 - Aft 1834
  5. William Anno, Sr.1781 - 1853
  6. Rebecca AnnoAbt 1785 -
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Name Elizabeth Anno
Gender Female
Birth? ABT 1777
Death? AFT 1834
Other? Notes

Elizabeth Anno married Abraham Duzan on December 16, 1795 in MasonCO., Kentucky. The bondsman was George Mitchell. On December 10,1834, Abraham and Elizabeth Duzan sold land in Mason CO., Ky. wherethey were living, to Charles White, of the same place. They sold134.5 acres of land on the waters of Bull Creek in Mason County to Mr.White for $450. A James Duzan was born July 31, 1818 in Mason County,Kentucky. His father was William Duzan. The 1800 tax list for MasonCounty, KY. lists Abraham Duzan, Alexander Duzan, Jacob Duzan, JohnDuzan, and Peter Duzan. The 1810 US Census for Mason County, Kentuckylists as head of household: Abraham Duzan, Hezekiah Duzan, and twoJohn Duzan's.

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"Elizabeth Anno married Abraham Duzan in December 1795 in Mason County, Kentucky. This is the first record for Elizabeth Anno I found in the records. A number of family histories link Henry, John, William, Sarah, and Elisabeth Anno as brothers and sisters. These sources also list their parents as Joseph and Esther Anno. The death notice for William Anno of Mason County, Kentucky lists his parents as Joseph and Esther Anno. I have found no sources to link the other Annos' to Joseph and Esther. This link was probably established because the Annos' were married over a short span of years in Mason County, Kentucky. Also, John and Henry Anno moved to Ross County, Ohio, and they established homesteads in Green Township in the early 1800's. In the mid 1830's the wife of Henry Anno, and children of John Anno, and Sarah (Anno) Ritter purchased land in Menard County, Illinois. In the 1840's the children of John Anno and William Anno moved to Missouri. These Annos' are probably related, but I have not found any records linking them as brothers and sisters. Additional research in the archives of Maryland and Kentucky needs to be performed to establish this link. There are thirteen Duzan's listed in the 1776 Colonial census for Maryland. They are located in Spesutia Lower 100, Hartford County. Based on location and their ages (sounds familiar) they are probably one family. Peter Duzan, Sr., age 52, is the oldest. He would have been born 1724. There were no women close to this age group. The ages of the other twelve Duzan's ranged from one to twenty-seven years (John 27, Rachel 27, Alexander 25, Elizabeth 16, Abraham 13, Ezekiah 9, Peter, Jr. 11, Ezekial 6, William 6, Nathaniel 5, Elizabeth 3, and John 1). There is an Abraham Duzan, age thirteen, listed in the census. He would have been born in 1763. His father was probably Peter Duzan. Also, listed in Maryland is a Peter Duzan age eleven. A Peter Duzan, Jr. married Elizabeth Eukley on December 23, 1790 in Mason County, Kentucky. Based on this information the Duzan family moved to Kentucky on or before 1790. There is a Peter Duzan, age 52 farmer, listed in the 1850 federal census for Mason County, Kentucky. He is listed as being born in Maryland in 1798. There may have been some movement of the families back and forth between Kentucky and Maryland. This is probably the third generation of Peter Duzan. Alexander Duzan, Jacob Duzan, John Duzan, Peter Duzan, and Abraham Duzan are listed on the 1800 tax lists for Mason County, Kentucky. There is also a Jacob Duzan listed in Nicholas County. The 1810 census for Kentucky lists Abraham Duzan, Hezekah Duzan, and two John Duzans in Mason County. In Nicholas County there were William Duzan and Jacob Duzan. Jacob Duzan was of 45 years of age or older. Abraham Duzan and wife listed in the 1810 federal census for Mason County, Kentucky were both listed as 45 years of age or older. This makes both their births at or before 1765. There are seven children listed in the household. One boy and two girls under ten years of age are listed. There are two boys and one girl of ten years of age and under sixteen years of age. The last child is of sixteen years of age and under twenty-six years. One John Duzan in 1810 is listed as 45 years of age or older. There are two women living in the household listed as 45 years of age or older. The second John Duzan is of 26 years of age and under 45 years of age. Hezekiah Duzan is of sixteen years of age and under 26 years. The 1820 Federal census for Mason County, Kentucky lists a Ben Duzan, E. Duzan, William Duzan and Peter Duzan. The 1830 census for Mason County lists an Abraham Duzan and Samuel Duzan. A Samuel Duzan married Margaret Johnson February 20, 1823 in Mason County, Kentucky. On December 10, 1834, Abraham Duzan and Elizabeth his wife, of Mason County, sold to James White, of the same place, for $450.00, 134.5 ac" Quoted from Charles Carter

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References
  1.   Pedigree Resource File CD 53 (Salt Lake City, UT: Intellectual Reserve, Inc., 2002).

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  2.   Charles CHARTER, GEDCOM file imported on 4 Jul 2001. (Imported GEDCOM file).

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  3.   GEDCOM file imported on 23 Oct 2002. (Imported GEDCOM file).

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