He came to America before 1736 and was naturalized in 1754 as "Christian Kule".
His Will was dated 10 April 1770 and was proved 27 Aug 1770.
He was 8 in 1930.
OBITUARY: Kansas City Star
Glenn James DUNCAN Sr., age 66, Lathrop, Missouri formerly of Kansas City, died 3 Dec 1988, at Liberty Hospital. He was born in New Edinburg, Cleveland County, Arkansas and lived in Kansas City most of his life before he moved to Lathrop in 1987. Mr. DUNCAN was a truck driver for the Botsford Ready Mix Co. for 25 years before he retired in 1979. He was a member of Teamsters Local 541. He was an Army veteran of World War 2. Survivors include his wife, May DUNCAN of the home; two sons Glenn James DUNCAN Jr. of Kearney, and Marshall DUNCAN of the home; two daughters, Maryian SULLIVAN and Tenna BLAKENSHIP of Kansas City; a brother, Virgil DUNCAN of Des Moines, Iowa; 13 grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Newcomer's White Chapel, burial in White Chapel Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the chapel. Pallbearers: Earl BARTLY, Harry BORGMIER, John HEDRICK, Charlie HAMILTON Sr., Charlie HAMILTON Jr., and Frank HATTON.
PROBATE RECORDS: New Jersey Colonial Documents, Calender of Wills 1791-1795, pages 68-69
CASE, John of Amwell twp, Hunterdon County, wrote Will 13 June 1792, Will probated 31 July 1792
mentions: wife - Margaret, sons - eldest John, William, Peter, Godfree and Jacob, daughters - Mary wife of Peter VLOOM Jr., Elizabeth wife of David STEM, Catharina and Charity; executors - son Jacob CASE, Peter YOUNG Jr.; witnesses - Isaac STOUT, Jacobus DEATS and John SUTPHIN (son of John)