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Hon. Daniel Duncan
(d. 18 May 1849) Public Vault
A Representative from Ohio. Attended Jefferson College, Penn. Merchant. Elected as a Whig to the 30th Congress (1847 to 1849).
The National Intelligencer, May 21, 1849
Death of the Hon. Daniel Duncan of Ohio
Clerk's Office House of Representatives, United States
Washington, May 19, 1849
The Hon. Daniel Duncan, late a member of the House of Representatives of the United States from the State of Ohio, having departed this life in this city at 5 o'clock on Friday evening, the 18th instant, it becomes the duty of the Clerk of the House to superintend his funeral, which will take place from Mrs. Harrison's, his late residence, between 4-1/2 and 6th streets, Pennsylvania avenue, south side, at 12 o'clock M. on Tuesday, the 22d instant; on which occasion the Clerk respectfully requests the presence of the Senators and such Members of the House of the 30th and 31st Congresses as may be in the city, the Secretaries of the several departments of the Government, the Chief Justice and Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States who may be in the city at the time, the Diplomatic Corps, the Mayor of Washington, and the citizens generally.
Thomas J. Campbell
Clerk of the House of Representatives, United States
The National Intelligencer, Wednesday, May 23, 1849
Burial of the Hon. Daniel Duncan
The Funeral of the Hon. Daniel Duncan, late a Member of the House of Representatives from the State of Ohio, took place from his late residence in this city yesterday, at the appointed hour, and was most respectably conducted, the Heads of the Departments of the Government being in attendance, and many other respectable citizens. The following gentlemen acted as pall-bearers:
Mr. Brown of Miss.
Mr. I.E. Holmes of S. C.
Mr. Pendleton of Va.
Mr. Bowdon of Ala.
Mr. Marsh of Vt.
Mr. Barrow of Tenn.
Mr. Marvin of N.Y.
Mr. C.B. Smith of Ind.
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