Don't have any information on the Duggins line, but I do have some info on the Weedman line. We share a common ancestor -- your 4th great grandfather Christian Weedman, Jr. and 4th great grandmother Mary Marshall Weedman -- are also my ancestors.
Christian Weedman, Jr. appears in the tax records of Hardin County, Kentucky in 1800 and 1802 - 1808 as a taxpayer having 100 acres of lant on Clifty Creek. From 1810, when Grayson County was formed from Hardin County, Christian is shown in Grayson's tax lists with land on either the Waters of the Roughy or on Little Clifty Creek. He does not appear in the 1817 - 1818 tax lists, but reappears on the 1819 list and remains in the county until 1831. No tax book is available for 1832 and Christian does not appear thereafter. He is shown on the 1810, 1820 and 1830 Census records for Grayson County, but not in the 1840 Census. Because he is listed as living in Kentucky in the 1836 lawsuit, it is hypothesized that he had either sold or gave his land to his children and perhaps resided with them.
In the 1810 Federal Census - Kentucky - Grayson County, he appears as Christan Weedman (page 242) with the following household composition: 5 males under 10; 2 males 10 - 16; one male 26 - 45; one female 10 - 16; one female 16 - 26; one female 26 - 45.Since Mary Marshall Weedman would have been about 50 years old, she probably died before the 1820 Census was taken.
1820 Census - Kentucky - Grayson County - page
Christopher Wedeman household: 2 males under 10; 1 male 16 - 18; 3 males 18 - 26; 2 males over 45; 2 females 10 - 15; one female 26 - 45.
Mary Marshall (born about 1770, probably in Virginia)was the daughter of Captain James Marshall, who died in 1787 in Rockingham County, Virginia and his wife, Elizabeth. Although no marriage record has been found, there is evidence that suggests that Elizabeth's maiden name may have been Mauck (Mock) and that her parents were Rudolph and Mildred Mauck. She most likely died after the 1820 Census was taken, but prior to the 1830 Census, although this is not certain.
Their son John Weedman married Mary Polly Stone. John Weedman served as a volunteer in the Kentucky Militia during the War of 1812. He enlisted in Captain William Walker's company of Infantry, 3rd Regiment, Kentucky detatched Militia on 1 September 1812. The company served in Vincennes, Indiana. John was discharged on 20 Jan 1813 as a private. He earned $6.66 per month for duty.
He was granted 40 acres of land for his sevice, which he later sold.
1840Census (Series M704, Roll112) Kentucky - Grayson County - Unknown Township - page 142 John Weedman household: one male under 5 (Willis Green Weedman) ; one male 20 - 30 (William Weedman) ; one male 40 - 50 (John Weedman) ; 2 females under 5; 2 females 5 - 10; 2 females 10 - 15; one female 40 - 50. NOTE: There's a David Kefauver nearby; John's brother married Sophia Kefauver.
In 1855, Congress passed another act granting bounty lands. He was given additional land pursuant to this act.
In 1850, Congress passed a law granting bounty land to certain veterans, including those who served in the War of 1812. John Weedman made application for bounty land. In his affidavit supporting his application, he affirms that he was a private in the company commanded by Captain William Walker in the 3rd Regiment of Kentucky Detatched Militia, commanded by Colonel Nicholas Miller in an expedition under Major General Samuel Hopkins against the Indians inthe Wabash County the the now State of Indiana, then Indian Territory; that he volunteered in Grayson County, Kentucky for the term of six months and entered the service at Louisville, Kentucky on the first day of September 1812 and was in actual service for the term of upwards of four months. He was honorably discharged at Vincennes, Indiana about the 15th day of January 1813 having been detailed to guard Fort Knox after the main Army was disbanded, and remained guarding the Fort about four weeks until dicharged by his captain. His declaration was witnessed by Alexander Probus who had served with John Weedman.
1850 Federal Census - Grayson county, page 65.
John Weedman M 54 farmer $400 b. Kentucky
Elizabeth A. Weedman F 23 b. Kentucky
Willis Weedman M 11 b. Kentucky
Martha E. Weedman F 2 b. Kentucky
George W. Weedman M 4/12 b. Kentucky
1860 Federal Census - Kentucky - Grayson County - Litchfield township, page 399.
Children of John Weedman and Mary Stone are:
i.William Weedman, born Abt. 1814 in Grayson Co. , Ky; married Lucy Duggins in Grayson, Ky; born Abt. 1820 in N.C..
ii.Susan Weedman, born Abt. 1818 in Grayson , Ky; died Aft. June 24, 1885 in Grayson Co. , Ky; married Issac Harris Abt. 1835 in Grayson Co., Ky; bornabt. 1807 in Ohio; died Aft. 1880 in Grayson , Ky.
iii.Mary Jane Weedman, born June 22, 1822 in Grayson , Ky; died June 30, 1902 in Grayson , Ky; married William Probus August 21, 1887 in Grayson, Ky; born November 18, 1818; died August 21, 1887 in Grayson , Ky.
iv.Hetty A Weedman, born 1825 in Grayson Co, Kentucky; married John M. Stone in Grayson, Ky.
v.Elizabeth H. Weedman, born Abt. 1827 in Grayson , Ky; married Willis Stone 1844 in Grayson, Ky; born July 03, 1822.
vi.Phoebe Weedman, born Abt. 1830 in Grayson , Ky; died Abt. 1854 in Grayson , Ky; married Elijah Davidson Abt. 1851; born Bef. 1841.
vii.Eliza A. Weedman, born December 1830 in Grayson , Ky; married Henry Clay Dennison Abt. 1850 in Grayson Co., Ky..
vii.Teresa Weedman, born 1835 in Grayson , Ky.
viii.Willis Green Weedman, born February 23, 1837 in Grayson , Ky; died June 11, 1877 in Grayson , Ky; m. Cassa Ellen Collard February 28, 1858 in Grayson, Ky; born June 14, 1840 in Green, Ky; died March 18, 1913 in Grayson , Ky.
ix.Sarah R. Weedman, born Abt. 1845 in Grayson , Ky; died May 18, 1861 in Grayson , Ky; married Simon Probus Abt. 1845; born June 17, 1823 in Grayson Co, Kentucky.
After Mary Polly Stone Weedman died, John remarried but I believe Mary is the mother of your William (who married Lucy Duggins). I haven't done much research on your direct line but did find them the other day when I was browsing the census.
1850 Census (SeriesRoll) Kentucky - Grayson County - page - Dwelling #383Household #383- taken August 26, 1850.
William Weedman 35 M farmer $100 b. KY cannot read or write
Lucy Weedman 33 F b. KY cannot read or write
Sarah E. Weedman 11 F b. Kentucky
John W. Weedman 2 M b. Kentucky
Nancy E. Weedman 1 F b. Kentucky
Nancy Duggins 66 F b. North Carolina
I see I neglected to write down the page number for the 1850 Census, but you can probably find it without too much trouble. It certainly appears that Lucy Duggins Weedman's mother was living with them in 1850, suggesting strongly that Nancy Duggins was widowed. If you haven't done so, check 1840 Census data for Grayson to determine who Lucy's father might have been.
1870 Census (Series M593, Roll 465) Kentucky - Grayson County -Leitchfield Precinct - page 355A - Dwelling # 650 - Household # 650
William Weedman 56 W M farmer RP $800 PP $360 b. KY
Lucy Weedman 52 W F keeping house b. KY
S.E. Weedman 25 W F b. KY
M.A. Weedman 17 W F b. KY
J.D. Weedman 15 W M b. KY
H.W. Weedman 13 W M b. KY
If there's more I can help you with, please contact me directly. If you haven't already seen it, Gena Theiss' book on the Weedmans is great. Gena's email is available on this family message board.