James Duncanson

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ChartsAncestors of Edward Ambrose Cooke
Robert III, King of Scots, to Margaret Duncanson
Robert III, King of Scots to Edward Ambrose Cooke
James Duncanson, son of John Duncanson and Janet Watson, was born at Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, about 1564.1,2 He died at Alloa, Clackmannanshire, Scotland, 11 July 1624.1,2

James Duncanson, son of John Duncanson and Janet Watson, married Helen Livingston, daughter of Henry Livingston and Agnes Gray, before 12 October 1610, but most likely about 1603.3,2

They had three additional children, alive in 1633, whose names are unknown.

Family

Helen Livingston b. say 1585, d. aft. 15 Aug 1633
Children
  • Henry Duncanson4 d. aft. 20 Sep 1626
  • Jonet Duncanson2,4 b. 13 Apr 1613, d. aft. 1671
  • Maria Duncanson2,4 b. say 1614, d. aft. Jan 1640
  • John Duncanson2,5 b. Dec 1615
  • Anne Duncanson2 b. bt 1616 - 1617
  • Margaret Duncanson+2,5 b. 17 Mar 1618, d. bt 1659 - Apr 1664
  • Katheren Duncanson2,5 b. 15 Apr 1621, d. 12 Aug 1684

Citations

  1. [S1969] Adrian Benjamin Burke, "The Livingston Ancestry of the Duncanson Sisters of New Netherland: Pt I of III: Identifying their mother Helen Livingston," The Genealogist 27 (Spring 2013): 28-50, at 46, further cited as Burke, "The Livingston Ancestry, Part I."
  2. [S1760] Gordon L. Remington, "The Duncanson Wives of Four New Netherland Settlers: Glen, Teller, Powell, and Loockermans," The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record 128 (1997): 1-10, at 10, further cited as Remington, "Duncanson Wives of Four New Netherland Settlers."
  3. [S1969] Burke, "The Livingston Ancestry, Part I," 45.
  4. [S1969] Burke, "The Livingston Ancestry, Part I," 49.
  5. [S1969] Burke, "The Livingston Ancestry, Part I," 50.