Nancy Duncan was born in Kilcoy on 22 September, 1938, the day that
electricity was first turned on in Kilcoy. Her parents were Malcolm Brown Duncan and
Lillian Matilda Duncan (nee Kruger). Nancy had only one sibling - her older sister
Shirley , who married a Kiwi (Elgar Dickson) and now lives in New Zealand.
Nancy was educated at Kilcoy State School, and later at Brisbane Girls Grammar
She worked at the ES&A Bank in Kilcoy before she married Keith Duncan (no
immediate relation) on 3rd May, 1958 and lived at Mount Mee from then until
December 1980, when they moved to Swann Rd., Caboolture.
Nancy had a lifelong interest in arts and crafts, and while at Mount Mee, registered a
business named, "Trendy Trinkets", in which she marketed jewellery which she
In 1983, she opened a shop in Caboolture, called, "Caboolture Gifts". This later
moved (in 1986) to Kippa Ring under the name, "Aussie Living and Giving".
Nancy was a Christian and faithfully attended Methodist services at the Mount Mee
Church, and later on at the Caboolture Uniting Church.
Nancy's three children are - Evan (born 1959), Wendy (born 1962), and Judy (born
Nancy Belle Duncan
- Born 22 September, 1938
- Mother, Granny, Teacher's Aide, Craftsperson and Gift Shop Operator
- Sadly left us on 13 October, 1994.
Nancy started writing some memoirs in 1986, and these form the subject of some
further linked web pages.
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