Person:William Duncanson (2)

William Duncanson
m. 24 Dec 1714
  1. Christian DuncansonEst 1718 to 1727 -
  2. John Duncanson1720 -
  3. William Duncanson1726 -
m. Est 1746
Facts and Events
Name William Duncanson
Gender Male
Birth? 1726 Clackmannan, Scotland
Marriage Est 1746 prob. Virginiato Jane Williams

Records of William Duncanson

William Duncanson listed on the following ship list in 1742:

Transported from Great Britain to Virginia, 1742, by John Graham

Christian Duncannon
William Duncanson
Virginia Ship Lists

William Duncanson possibly listed on the following list of Runaway Slaves in the Maryland Gazette:

Pub Date Paper Name Ad Type Runaways in Ad Geography in Ad Subscriber Associated Docs
December 2, 1746 Maryland Gazette, Green Runaway servant
William Duncanson
Jane Williams
Fairfax County, VA
HUGH WALLACE, HUGH WEST None (Note: it is thought by some researchers that William Duncanson ran away and married the Jane Williams listed in the record)

Information on William Duncanson

From " post:

William; Transported to the Va. Plantations, 1742 Posted by: mike arnott (ID *****2757) Date: October 31, 2005 at 05:50:55

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My GGGGG Grandfather, John Duncanson (b 1720) had a brother William Duncanson, b Clackmannan, Scotland, in 1726. At the age of 15, William was convicted of stealing 164 guineas belonging to John Campbell, Earl of Breadalbane, but had his death sentence commuted to indentured servitude in the Virginia Plantations. His transportation was arranged by the Edinburgh merchant Thomas Gardner and carried out in 1742. He possibly travelled, or was transported with, his sister Christian Duncanson. I understand their names appear on documents from Prince William County, Virginia at the Huntington Library, San Marino, California. Any information gratefully accepted. [Source:]