Union County, Georgia
Duckworth Family Section
and compiled by John Francis Duckworth
contributed by John Francis Duckworth and Jerrell Duckworth
Updated August 12, 2012
I. John Duckworth born 1630 in England and died c1698 in St. Mary's MD.
One of the earliest records of a Duckworth in America was John
Duckworth, under a four-year indenture, was one of 23 persons "imported
into this province .... Registered in the Secretary's books of
Records," 1 December
1684, upon the account of Wm Dockwra" (Jersey, first series, v.21, p.
61). William Dockwra (Dockray, Docwrae) was a London merchant and one
of the proprietors of East
Jersey. John Duckworth was born in England. He had the following
children: Joseph, Anna, John M., and William. The name of his wife is
II. William 1665-1725\6 and Grace Duckworth One William Duckworth was
named on a muster roll of 1715 for the 5th Company (Capt. George Res
Carrick) of Col. Thomas Farmar's N.J. Regiment (Annual Report of the State Historian [of
, v. 1, p. 533, 1895). William Duckworth was a
witness to the will of Thomas Fox of New Hanover Township, Burlington
Co., N.J., 25 Jan. 1727/28 (Ibid
v.23, p. 171)
The personal estate of William Duckworth, yeoman, of New Hanover,
Burlington Co., N.J. was appraised at L 88 -, 9 - 6, 7 March 1727/28,
by Asher Cleayton, John Wright, and Jonathan Fowler. On 15 March
1727/28 William Cook gave bond as administrator of the estate. His
accounting of 22 March 1730/31 included charges for "sundrys furnished
the widow in her last sickness, " two coffins, and digging
two graves (Ibid., v. 23, p. 144).
In the May term 1728 the County Court confirmed William Bowgar and
William Dean, who were appointed by Grace Duckworth, widow, during her
last illness, as guardians for Joseph, Anna, and Mary Duckworth
(Burlington Co., N.J., Minutes of
, 1717-1733, p. 330). These three seem under
14; usually, orphans under age, but 14 or over, chose their own
[These notes were compiled by Malcombe Gardner of Arlington, Virginia
William and Grace's Children were:
a. William m. (1)Mary Wright (2) Alice Baxter; Burleton Couny NJ,
Fredrick County, VA
b.John d. 1756 m. Sarah Hankins Burelton Couny, NJ, Fredrick County,
VA, Sarah moved the Family to Mecklenberg County, NC about 1760
c.Joseph m. Esther Ong, Burleyton Couny, NJ.
(1) Joseph Jr. Duckworth, married Hannah Unknown, Moore County, NC
(2) Jeremire Duckworth, born ca 1740, died before 1809.
married Sarah Ramsey, Orange, Wilkes, Counties GA,
d.Anna m. Sam. Rose;
e. Mary m. Hugh Hartley;
f. George m. Jamima Williason.
III. John and Sarah Hankins Duckworth. Married in Burleyton County,
NJ. Removed to Fredrick County VA where he was a Farner and died
about1756 Sarah born in 1702 died 1804. Sarah sold the farm,
settled all business, and moved to Mecklenberg County, NC. The children
1. John, R.S., married 2 or 3 times in died in Mecklenberg County NC.
2. William and Jane of Mecklenberg County NC where he died about 1771.
3. Simon lived and died in Mecklenberg County, NC.
4. Sarah married John Neill, R.S., lived and died in Burke County, NC.
5. Rebecca married Nathan Mendenhal. R.S., lived and died in Lincoln
County, NC. Rebecca (Duckworth) Mendenhall, born around 1748, died
March 23, 1836, buried Olney Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Gastonia, NC.
IV. William and Jane Duckworth lived and died in Mecklenberg County,
NC. William Duckworth, son of John and Sarah Hankins Duckworth,
was born c1735 and died c1771. He married Jane Unknown born c1758 and
they were the parents of the following children:
1. John born 1759, of Burke County NC; 2.William of Burke County NC,
3. Jonathan of Burke County NC;
4. George of Mecklenberg, Burke Counties NC and McMinn County TN,
5. Althea, and
6. Sarah of Buncombe County NC.
No further record of Jane has been found after the settlement of the
estate She either remarried or died about 1790.
LAND GRANT- To "John Duckwith (Heir at Law to William Duckwith) 200
acres. On the waters of McDowell's Creek joining McCulloh's &
McGee's Land..30th January
1773 (File 1898) "for John Duckwith as heir at Law to William Duckwith
Jr. & Simon Duckworth. (chain bearers) John Duckworth of Burke Co.,
NC sold this
200 acres to John McKnitt Alexander 7th September 1795 (Mecklenberg Co.
Deed Book 15, p.
V. Jonathan and Keziah England Duckworth. Jonathan, was the son of
William and Jane Duckworth of McDowell's Creek in Mecklenberg County,
N.C. and brother to John and William of Burke County, and George who
died in McMinn County, TN. Kezziah born c1771 was daughter of John
Little is known about his life except that found in the Burke Court of
Pleas and Quarter Sessions. October 1787 Term appointed to serve on the
road jury to lay off a road from Burke County and Morganton to Widow
Hagan's. He was on the 1793 Tax List of Burke County, one poll, no
land, and neighbor to William Duckworth, John and Daniel England
(Hunting Creek). January 1798 - Jonathan Duckworth - misdemenor -
Guilty - mis-trial by consent. April 1798 - bondsman for James Kidd,
$250, Constable. October 1798 William Duckworth, John Duckworth, and
Jonathan Duckworth appointed jurors for Jan Session 1799. April Session
1799, Jonathan Duckworth, a delinquent Juror from last term, appeared
and rendered sufficient excuse and thereby excused.
He was probably residing with his brother William Duckworth on Hunting
Creek at the time of the 1790 Census of Burke County; he being the
second male over 16 years of age, William's eldest son was not born
until 1790. 1793 Tax List he was residing in Capt. Casion's Company as
were Daniel England 89 acres, John England 0, Jonathan Duck 0, William
Duckworth 0, John Duckworth 0, William Robinson 180 acres.
When Jonathan Duckworth died 10 November 1807 in Burke County, N.C. of
a disease that reached epidemic proportions, he was living on the north
side of the Catawba River neighbor to Silas Murphy, John Bryant, and
Mrs. Mary Bradley, and all dying of the same disease in the course of
Keziah, the widow of Jonathan Duckworth, came to the Brevard, N.C. area
sometime before 1810 with seven children, four boys and three girls,
"The Brevard Seven Duckworths". She was born ca. 1771 in N.C., daughter
of John England, and married ca. 1795 in Burke County, N.C. There
is no record of Jonathan or Keziah owning land in Buncombe County. At
the time of the 1810 U.S. Census of Buncombe County, Keziah was living
near Ben Davidson, William Wilson Sr., Mary Shurk, Samuel King Jr., and
The first organization of Baptist in what is now Transylvania County,
N.C., was an arm of the French Broad Baptist Church, started 17 April
1813 and organized 22 July 1822. Keziah Duckworth joined the Mission
prior to the permanent organization. She died 16 January 1820 and was
the first recorded death of the membership and the first buried in the
Cemetery. She was the first Baptist of record in the Duckworth Family
and her influence must have been great as all four of her sons were
active in the Church and she had two grandsons who became Baptist
Preachers of some note.
Jonathan and Keziah Duckworth were the parents of "The Brevard Seven
1. John McCamie was born 7 June 1797, died 2 March 1887, married Sarah
Hamlin, daughter of Elikiam and Ann Reagan Hamlin, and lived at
2. Jane was born ca. l799, died about 1869, married William Harrison
Nicholson, son of John Nicholson, and they lived at Cherryfield and
3. David was born in 1801, died in February 1891, married Mary
Williamson, daughter of Charles Williamson, and moved from the North
Fork of the French Broad River between 1834 and 1836 to Union County
4. Jonathan, twin to David, died ca.1870, married Rebecca Hunter and
moved from Cherryfield to Union County, Georgia after 1843;
5. William was born 26 April 1805, died 2 July 1884, married Sarah A.
Jordan, daughter of Joseph and Hannah Davis Jordan, lived and died at
6. Elizabeth was born 5 August 1807, died 1 February 1854, married John
Hamlin, son of Elikiam and Ann Reagan Hamlin, and they lived at
Cherryfield and Brevard; and
7. Charlotte whose dates of birth and death have been lost but she may
have been twin to Elizabeth, married Thomas Aiken, son of Ezekiel and
Sarah McCravey Aiken, and they lived at Cherryfield.
VI. David and Mary Williamson. David Duckworth was born 1801 in Burke
Co. N.C., the son of Jonathan and Kezziah Duckworth. The father died in
Burke Co. 10 November 1807 of a disease That had reached epidemic
proportions. The mother had moved to the French Broad River Area
between Ben Davidson's Creek and Cathey's Creek by the time of the 1810
U.S. Census. Her neighbors were George Osborn, Sanuel King Jr., Mary
Shurk, Kizziah Duckworth, William Wilson Sr., and Benjamin
Davidson. Keziah died 16 January 1820 and was the first member of
The Cathey's Creek Baptist Church to die and was interned in the
About 1819 David married Mary Williamson, the daughter of Charles
Williamson and wife whose name is unknown. Mary had two sisters and two
brothers; the name of the eldest sister who married A. E. Sitton is
unknown; the youngest sister, Nancy, married William Anthony; the
eldest brother was John and the youngest brother was Charles Jr.
By 1820 David and Mary were living on the Main North Fork of The French
Broad River, in what was then Macon Co. but now Transylvania Co., N.C.
His brothers Jonathan and William and sisters Charlotte Akin, Elizabeth
Hamlin, and Jane Nicholson lived at Cherryfield and brother John lived
at Cathey's Creek in Buncombe Co. some few miles to the east.
Between 1830 and 1836 David Duckworth had moved his family and his
wife's mother to Union Co., Georgia where he had purchased two land
lots, 120 acres, in the Choestoe District on the Araquah District line.
He later sold the property on Choestoe to his son. John Williamson
Duckworth, and purchased a farm on Araquah Creek east of Harmony Grove
Baptist Church. His neighbors in 1870 were: John A. Christopher, Peter
Flowers, Maria Akens, William C. Hughes, Jonathan Duckworth, Southier
Davis, John Teague, and John L. Logan.
David and Mary Duckworth were faithful members of The Baptist Church of
Christ at Choestoe, from their becoming members 9 October 1836 by
experience. On 9 September 1841 David was elected a Deacon and was
ordained 12 March 1842. He was repeatedly appointed delegate or
messenger from The Choestoe Church to the annual Baptist Association
Meeting, in fact more often than any other member. During the twenty
year period from 12 August 1840 to 8 September 1860 David was a
delegate eighteen times.
In a book published some years ago about Choestoe and Choestoe people
it is erroneously stated that David Duckworth was excluded from
membership of the Choestoe Church for fighting. The Church Minutes, a
microfilm copy of which are on deposit in Georgia Archives, Atlanta,
Georgia, show that he indeed did have a fight with John Souther for
cutting a road over David Duckworth's property and the matter was taken
up in the Church Business Meetings several times and a special
Presbytery was called to resolve the question. In the end David
Duckworth was kept in membership but told he should have treated the
The Church Minutes show that David Duckworth was excluded from
membership 12 October 1867 for "hard sayings against Brother Pruett and
Brother Curtis. On 6 November Elder William Pruett requested a letter
of dismission and in April 1869 Brother Curtis, Minister of the Gospel,
requested a letter of dismission. The Church Minutes show that Mary
Duckworth died in 1885 and that David died in February 1891.
Frank C. Duckworth, great, great grandson of David Duckworth, said that
David left N.C. searching for land suitable for forage on which to
raise horses. David practiced good animal husbandry and was a renown
horseman. It has been said that he always rode a good, fat horse, and
the late Mrs. Sarah Souther Dyer said he always wore pretty
boots David Duckworth's horse bell, which he brought to
Georgia from N.C., is still in the family.
Once at Circuit Court in Blairsville David had a young horse for sale
and was asking $50.00 for the colt which was fat and slick. A man asked
how much he was feeding the colt, to which David answered, "two ears of
corn at a feed". The man said "I will give you $50.00 for the horse if
you will put shoes on his feet"; to which David replied "I want $50.00
for the horse and you can shoe him your self". Finally the man bought
the horse, paid for him, and asked, "how much did you say you fed this
horse?" To which David replied, "I feed him two ears of corn at a feed
but I feed him four times a day".
David and Mary Duckworth had twelve children to reach maturity, the
first five being born in NC. Their children were as follows:
1. John Williamson Duckworth b. 1821 d.5 July 1913 m. 31 December 1846,
Susannah Jackson, daughter of William and Nancy Owenby Stanley.
2. Nancy Duckworth born after 1850 William Bryant, probable son of John
and Mary Bryant. It is not know when or where William and Nancy died;
in 1860 they were living in Union Co. Ga. and had the following
children: David, James M., Mary F., Louisa E., and Susan J. A Wm.
Bryant, laborer, was in the household of Leason Spivey at the time of
the 1850 Census.
3. Mary Elizabeth Duckkworth b. 1827 d. unknown m. 4 January 1863 James
Nix, son of William and Susannah Stonecypher Nix. James and Mary E. Nix
had: l. Mary Evaline m. Wm. Merida Davis, 2.Nancy died young, 3. Buddy
died young, and 4. Sophronia Jane m(1)Isaac Wilson m. (2) Enoch C. Hood.
4. Rebecca Evaline Duckworth b. 14 May 1828 d. 14 June 1914 m. 1
January 1872 James Nix, son of William and Sussanah Stonecypher
Nix. James and Rebecca had one child that died in infancy.
5. Jonathan Marion Duckworth b. 9 May 1831 d. 15 July 1908 Rye, Col. m.
24 January 1858 Mary Ellen Hunter.
6. Mary Ann Duckworth b. 1835 m. 17 December 1865, James N. "Jim Jesse"
Collins, son of Archebald and Mary Nix Collins.Their children were:
1.William "Bill Posey" m. (1) Margaret Dyer m. (2) Lee Eliza Coffee, 2.
John T. m. Louise Presley, 3. Archebald, 4. Emma m. Joseph Ben Dyer, 5.
Louise m. J.M. Presley.
7. Charlotte Caroline Duckworth b. 1837 m.c.1873-4 James Andrew Hunter,
son of William Jonathan Johnson and Margaret Elizabeth England Hunter.
Their children were 1. James V., 2. Mary M., and 3. Jason F.
8. Louisa Matilda Duckworth b. 1839 m. 2 December 1866 James Andrew
Hunter, son of William Jonathan Johnson and Marrgaret Elizabeth England
Hunter. James and Matilda had one son, William m. b. l867 and Matilda
died ca. 1868-70.
9. Washington Duckworth b. 1841 m. 1 February 1858 Louise Curtis. No
further record of this family has been found.
10. Harriet Caroline Duckworth b.26-28 December 1842 d. 27 April 1911
m. 2 April 1865 Jasper Nix, son of James and Elizabeth Collins
Nix Their children were: 1. Mary Ann m. William D. Shuler, 2.
John Washington m. (l). Mary Dover, (2) Cathryn Dyer, (3) Maggie Rice,
3. Ben m. (1) Laura Duckworth, (2) Georgia Ann Duckworth, (3) Minerva
Ann Owens, 4. James Thomas "Jim Check" m. Mary Ruth Hunter, 5. William
David m. (1) Dora Alexander (2) Georgia Savannah (Joyce) Jones, 6.
Martha m. Joe Frady, 7. Albert Marion m. Mary Aveline West, 8. Emma m
Archebald Duckworth, 9. Alonzo "Lon" m (1) Margaret Harkins (2) Georgia
Savannah (Joyce)(Jones) Nix, 10. Frank McDonald m. Celia West, 11.
Joseph m. (1) Sarah Emiline Dover Sellers (2) Ollie Hester Chapman,
12.Jerry L. m. Martha Ellen Duckworth.
11. Sophronia Jane Duckworth b. 1845 m. 25 October 1868 John Pruett
Collins, son of Archebald and Mart Nix Collins. John and Sophronia
Jane's children were: 1. Mary Jane m. Thomas Kimsey Jackson, 2. Olive
Leathie m. James Sullivan, 3 Anna m. (1) Dave Turner (2) Tom Elliott,
4. Margaret m. John Francis Collins, 5. Jasper M. m. Catherine "Kit"
Graham, 6. Ollie m. James S. Nix, 7. Verdie m. Milton R. Jayne.
12. William G. Duckworth b.1848-9 m. 28 August 1871 Celia Nix, daughter
of James and Elizabeth Collins Nix.
It is not known for certain where David and Mary Duckworth are buried
but in view of the fact that they attended Choestoe Church after they
moved to Araquah it is most probably they are buried in the Old
VII. John Williamson and Susannah Jackson Duckworth. John "Big Grand
Paw" He was born 1821 in Buncombe County, (what is now Transylvania)
NC, the eldest child of David and Mary Williamson Duckworth. He removed
with his parents to Union County, GA in 1836 and settled in Lower
Choestoe District where David had bought 120 acres of land. John died
here in 1913 and is burried in the Old Choestoe Cemetery beside his
wife, Susannah Jackson, daughter of William and Nancy (Owenby) Stanley
John served in the Confederate Calvary.Young's Company, GA Cavalry
(Allegany Troopers), 11th Regiment, GA Cavalry
John W. Duckworth, Co.C, 11th GA Cav. Reg. for 1 yr., out in May 1865
in SC. An affidavit follows: "I was home sick furlough from Hospital in
Augusta. about the first of March and again about middle of March 1865,
by order of Col. Andrew Young. I was still sick at surrender. I was
born in Buncombe County, NC in 1821 and have lived in GA since
1834 Signed 1904, John W. Duckworth Homeguard for Union
County, 1961 - 1865 - A.B. Cook, John Duckworth, zaabry Sullivan, J.
Marion Duckworth, James Cook.
John was issued a License to Peddle in Union County GA and had small
brass bells on fis mules to announce he was coming. (I have one of
He was a Farmer and had several books of History which he read and
found names for his boys. Their children were:
1. General Jackson Duckworth, who will be discussed in the next chapter;
2. Francis Marion Duckworth, who married Nancy Ellen Davis;
3. Sophronia Jane Duckworth, who married Thomas F. "Tom Thasher"
4. Mary S. Duckworth, who married Andrew Crocket Townsend;
5. William Washington Duckworth, who married Rebecca Elizabeth Wilson;
6. Nancy Ann, spinster.
7. David Lafayette Duckworth, who married Mary Elizabeth Gurley, Nancy
Saxton, and Martha Teague;
8. Mira Ann Duckworth, who married Andrew Crocket Townsend;
9. Georgia Ann Duckworth, who married Benjamin Newton "Ben" Nix;
10. Sarah E. Duckworth, who married Benjamin N. Dyer;
11. Laura L. Duckworth, who married Benjamin Newton "Ben" Nix;
12. John Calloway Duckworth, who died young.
VIII. General Jackson and Emiline Collins. His farm was a part of the
original David Duckworth land and lay joining the Arkaquah-Choestoe
District line. He
made or built two farm wagons each year. He had "funny" ideas about
many subjects and
was "set in his way." He was in the Home Guard in the Civil War. He ran
Agricultural Agent off his farm and told him not to come back. At time
of an election,
Francis Marion and Frank C. Duckworth would let the word out that they
were voting for the
man opposite their candidate to keep General J. from voting for the
General J. did not want anyone to think that Francis M. and Frank C.
were "handling" him.
General J. did not believe in education and said if a child was going
to be a criminal
that he would be a bigger criminal if he had an education and it was
best for him not to
Confederate pension file:
01. General Jackson Duckworth died 3:00 p.m. 14 August 1935,
insufficiency of the mitral valve.
02. He served in Co. A, Ledford's Regiment, October 1864 to May 1865;
all service in Union County, Georgia. His officers surrendered at
Their Children were:;
1. Mary Ann, born 26 January 1868, married W. Tom Harkins,
2. John Francis "Jack" Duckworth and Laura Jane Noblet
3. Susie Janemarried James Lon Turner
4. Archibald Calloway, married : Emma Nix, Holley Etter Collins, and
Sarah Malissie Clark.
5. Nancy Elizabeth, married John Claude Wood.
6. Margaret S. married James Harkins.
7. William Marion married Mary Jane Harkins.
8. Carey Donna Johnny Nicholson.
9. Charley Gouden married Eller Smathers. No issue.
10. Martha Ellen married Jerry L. Nix.
11. Naomey C. was born 16 May 1886 and died 9 June 1886.
IX. John Francis and Laura Jane Noblet. John Francis Duckworth was a
farmer, mail carrier, and horse trader. The latter was his life and
joy, and it is
said that he had planned to move to Gainesville and open a livery
stable. He told his
boys to always tell the truth in a horse trade and never tell anything
that could be seen
in the animal unless asked. Then tell the truth. He may want to trade
again in the future.
Laura Jane Noblet was the illegitimate daughter of Elsie Noblet. She
had an older full sister, Tine, who married a Mr. Bagwell and resided
in Dalton, Georgia.
Laura also had two half brothers, Claude Wood, who married Elizabeth
William Nicholson. Laura came to live with Francis Marion and Nancy
Duckworth when a small girl. She attended two or three short school
terms but could
read, write, and figure. It is said "Jack" would ask her to figure the
interest on a note due him, which she did in her head, and gave the
Their Chikdren were:
1. Frank Calloway 23 December 1890, 10 March 1973, married Sarah
Christine Jackson He was a Farmer and Merchant. Their sons,
Ancel Lee and John Francis.
2. G. Vester Duckworth, 16 October 1892 - 14 October 1965. Married
Rubye. One child: Don.
3. William Henry Duckworth, 21 October 1894 - 9 August 1969. An
attorney. Married Willabel Pilcher. Three children: Mary, Dorothy, and
William Henry, Jr.
4. Nellie Jane Duckworth, 29 December 1896 - 6 February 1868. Married
John A. Wimpey, a merchant. Four children: Charley, Ethel, Ruby, and
5. James Lon Duckworth, 29 October 1899 - 31 October 1964. An attorney.
Married Ruth Paden. One child: Margaret Jane.
6. Pearl Duckworth, 10 May 1902 - 5 October 1995. Married Herbert
Carter Dyer. Six children: Maudie, Elbert, Clyde, Ruby Nell, Tannie
7. Bonnie Emiline Duckworth, 26 August 1905 - 22 May 1994. School
teacher. Married Lewis D. Snow. Two children: John William "Bill" and
8. Verdie Emiline Duckworth, 28 July 1907. Married Franklin Ensley.
Seven children: James, Cecil, Willibel, Robert, Mildred Ruth, Samuel
John, Sarah, and Franklin
X. Frank Calloway Duckworth.
THE GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, GREENEVILLE, TN
March 12, 1973
Frank C. Duckworth, 82, of Rt. 12, Greeneville, died Saturday in
Greeneville Hospital. He was a member of the First Baptist Church and
was a retired merchant. He was born and resided in Union and Towns
Counties of Georgia until December, 1970. He was a deacon of the
McConnell Memorial Baptist Church of Hiawasse, Ga. for 31 years and a
former trustee of Young Harris College, a mason for over 50
years. Mr. Duckworth was a democrat serving on the honorary staff
of former Georgia governors M.E. Thompson and Carl Sanders. He was a
personal friend of former Georgia governors E. D. Rivers and Ellis
Arnold and Congressman Phil Landrum of the Ninth Congressional District
He was preceded in death by his wife, Mrs. Christine Jackson
Duckworth, one sister, Mrs. John (Nellie) Wimpey; three brothers,
Vester, William Henry and J. Lon Duckworth.
Survivors include two sons, Dr. A.L. Duckworth Sr. and Dr. J.F.
Duckworth, both of Greeneville; three sisters, Mrs. L.D. (Bonnie) Snow,
Mrs. Carter (Pearl) Dyer and Mrs. Franklin (Verdie) Ensley; four
grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
The funeral will be at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday at the Doughty-Stevens Chapel
with interment in Greene Memory Gardens. Dr. John Tresch Jr. and Rev.
Carlos Peterson will officiate.
Pallbearers will be Dr. A.L. Duckworth Jr., Frank Duckworth, Bill Snow,
Frank Sims, Hugh Wells and James Poore.
There will be a masonic graveside service. The family will receive
friends 7 to 9 this evening at Doughty-Stevens Funeral Home.
GREENEVILLE DAILY SUN, GREENEVILLE, TN
November 16, 1972
Mrs. F.C. Duckworth, 80, of Rt. 12, Greeneville, died at 4:30 this
morning in Village Greene.
She was a member of the First Baptist Church.
Survivors include the husband; two sons, Dr. A.L. Duckworth and Dr.
J.F. Duckworth, of Greene County; four grandchildren and four great
grandchildren; two brothers, T.J. and Pat Jackson; five sisters, Mrs.
Frank Sargent, Mrs. Ken Puett, Mrs. Earl Penland, Mrs. Anna Maude
McGaha, and Mrs. Viola Jeckler.
The funeral will be at 2:00 p.m. Saturday at the Doughty-Stevens Chapel
with interment in Green Lawn Memory Gardens. Dr. John Tresch will
Pallbearers are Dr. A.L. Duckworth, Jr., Frank Duckworth, James Poore
and Frank Sims.
The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 Friday evening at the
Doughty-Stevens Funeral Home.
1. Ancel Lee Duckworth, b. 1911, married Sarah Corn. DVM University of
Their Son, a.
Ancel Lee Duckworth JR, born 1933 in Gainsville GA, married Nancy Doty.
DVM Alabama Polytech Institute. Angus Cattle.
Their Son, aa. Ancel Lee Duckworth III, born 1966, married Lori Beth
Underhill. DVM UT.
Their Children were:
aaa. Ashley Elizabeth Duckwort born 1985
aab. Andrew Lee Duckworth born 1998
aac, Alexandra Grace Duckworth born 2003
ab. Carla Doty Duckworth, married David McClellan Bailey
Their Children were:
aaaa. Sarah Kathrine Bailey, born Feburary 7, 2004
aaab. Abigail Elizabeth Baikey, born March 8, 2006
2. John Francis Duckworth, born August 24, 1922, married (1) Delia
Geneva Swain. BS, DVM. Alabama Polytech Institute. Twhorses, Genealogy.
Their Children were:
Sandra Duckworth, born 1944, married (1) James Poore.
aa. Jamie Renee Poore, married (1) Chris O'Quinn
aaa. Robert Earl O'Quinn born 1990
aab. Raleigh Steven Payne
ab. Jennifer Karen Poore , married (1) Steven Anthony (2) Kirk Manager
b. Judy Dian
Duckworth, June 5, 1948 married (1) Frank Simms.
(2) Wayne Thomas Humphries
aa. Mark Thomas Humphries, 1982 married July 3, 2011 Pessica DePuy
(3) Trevor Bollors
c. Frank Allen
Duckworth, born 1949, BS ETU.
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