Looking for parentage of Dunkin (Duncan) E McCoy, b. 1835, Georgia. m. (Margaret ?)

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Lived Carroll County, Georgia till around 1900.  Had 7 children.  Can't find parents.
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Hi,

Not exactly an answer but this may be useful.

In the 1880 Census of Carroll Co. there are:

MCCOY DUNKIN E      405 116B
MCCOY GEORGE D    405 116B
MCCOY GEORGIA A    405 116B    (marr. 28 Dec 1883)
MCCOY MARGRET A   405 116B

and at a slightly different reference:

MCCOY THOMAS         407 116B

MCCOY JOSEPHINE   407 116B (b. Hasting)  marr.  4 Dec 1879

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The 1870 Carroll Co. Census has:

235B       MCCOY             AMENA      (Arena marr. 1 Aug 1878)
235B       MCCOY             ANN
235B       MCCOY             DUNCAN E
235B       MCCOY             GEORGE
235B       MCCOY             JOHN
235B       MCCOY             MARTHA
177B       MCCOY             MARY
235B       MCCOY             THOMAS
 

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The 1860 Carroll Co. Census has:

537      27   MCCOY          ARENA
537      27   MCCOY          D E             (Dunkin ?)
354      49   MCCOY          EDWARD F
537      27   MCCOY          JOHN T
537      27   MCCOY          MARGIE
537      27   MCCOY          MARTHA
537      27   MCCOY          MARY E

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The 1830 Carroll Co. Census has John McCoy.

Hi again,

His 1st wife's name is:   Margaret Anne Willoughby b. c 1830 in Ga. and they had 7 children between 1852 and 1870.

His 2nd wife's name is:  Georgia A. ? b: Abt Aug 1857 in Ga.  Marr: c 1895.

I am wondering if you have documentation of Margaret Anne's maiden name? I can't find any. All of the other research is great; I have found death/burial info on both Duncan and Margaret.

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Hi,

I've spent quite a few hours looking in many places but I cannot find anything concrete - sorry.

However, this is what I think from what I have found and not found:

His parents were John T. McCoy (b. betw. 1812 & 1820) who married Martha E. Turner (b. 1818) in Troup Co. Georgia, 29 Mar 1843.

John's father was born in North Carolina - so John could have been born in N.C. - but his mother was born in Ga. which is my guess.

Dunkin served in the US Civil War. He could have been born in 1835 +/-  2 yrs.

These are my thoughts but are by no means correct.
by Kevin Sands G2G6 Mach 2 (28.5k points)
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