|Birth: ||1865, Ireland|
|Death: ||unknown, USA|
Married to Mary J. Buckley around 1897.
Based on U.S. Census records of 1900, 1910, 1920, and 1930 they never had any children.
They lived in Phila., ,in Bucks County , and in 1930 on Haddonfield Rd., Delaware Township, Camden County, N.J.
His OCCUPATION keeps appearing as "loom fixer, in a loom works" on the various census reports.
In 1920 he and Mary are living next door to his brother Thomas Duff's family on 4662-4666 E.Wyoming Ave. ( now known as Castor Ave.) This is the large home that "builder" Thomas Duff built. The property borders in the back with Greenwood Cemetery by Adams Ave. Family stories relate how the Duff children all played in Greenwood Cemetery since it was their "backyard".
John Carson Duff (1834 - 1892)
Mary Jane Booth Duff (1832 - 1877)
Fannie Jane Duff Jones (1859 - 1926)*
Mary Ann Duff (1861 - ____)*
Ella Bonnie Duff Wilson (1862 - 1889)*
Margarette M. Duff (1863 - 1947)*
John Carson Duff (1865 - ____)
Matilda M. Duff (1867 - ____)*
Esther D Duff Fischer (1868 - 1958)*
Thomas Duff (1870 - 1961)*
Agnes Duff Murphy (1872 - 1902)*
Created by: Earl Austin Duff III
Record added: May 25, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 90701611