The following is from RECORDS OF THE RECORDER'S OFFICE OF HIGHLAND COUNTY, OHIO (1805-1850) compiled by David M. McBride and Jane N. McBride, copyright 1969.
"Transcribed Deed Book 1, Page 541.25 Sept. 1819.Hastings MARKS of Clark Co., Ky., by Thomas S. HIND 'late of Chillicothe now Cynty Anna, Harrison co., Ky.', his attorney, to Marsh M. DUVAL of Highland Co., 300A."
"Transcribed Deed Book 2, Page 108.19 Sept. 1815.Rijchard WILKINSON and Richard WILKINSON, Jr. of Highland Col to Benj. DUVALL, late of Pickaway Co., Ohio, 50A."
"Transcribed Deed Book 8, Page 259.7 Dec. 1821.Marsh M. DUVALL and Rebekah hw (his wife) to Frederick MADDOX, 75A."
"Transcribed Deed Book 9, Page 585.22 Apr. 1826.Fred. MATTOX (MADDOX) and Mariah hw to March (Marsh) M. DUVALL, 75A."
"Original Deed Book 3, Page 40.31 Jan. 1835.Isaac ADAMS and Susan hw, Richard H. TOLER and Frances hw and Sarah DUVALL '(the said Susan Frances and Sarah being daughters of William DUVALL, Esqr)' of Va. to Josiah DUVALL of Adams co., Ohio, 1016.5A of land conveyed to the three daughters by 'a certain Joseph (COATES? CARTER?)'.Signatures acknowledged in Lynchburg, Va."
"Original Deed Book 4, Page 146.1 July 1836.Sam'l WRIGHT and Mary hw of Highland Co. to John DUVALL of Adams Co., Ohio.150A."
Same book, "Page 160.27 Apr. 1827.Joseph CARTER, 'now of Ohio', to Susanna, Frances and Sarah DUVALL, children and infants of Wm. DUVAL of Buckingham Co., Va., 1150A."
"Original Deed Book 4, Page 302.14 Apr. 1836.Josiah DUVALL and Mary hw to Thomas MURPHY, 100A."
"Original Deed Book 9, Page 72.29 Jan. 1840.John DUVALL and Elizabeth hw to Thomas PEALE, land in Lynchburg."
Same book, "Page 488.John T. MORROW and Rachel hw to John DUVALL, John A. MERRELL, N. W. CUMMINS, Samuel J. SPEES and John WOODROW, Trustees of M.E. Church, 32P. in Lynchburg."
"Original Deed Book 11, Page 392.9 Sept. 1844.Marsh (Marshall) M. DUVALL and Rebecca hw of Hamilton Co., Ohio to Josiah M. DUVALL of Highland Co., and pg. 393.1 Aug. 1844.Josiah WADE, by his att'y Wm. Harrison WADE, both of Jay Co., Ind. to same grantee, 300A. which Marshall DUVALL purchased 25 Sept. 1819."
This is but a small portion of the records in the book naming DUVALLS, but is, I feel, representative nonetheless.