George S. Browning418 was born before 1820. He died before 1900 at the age of 80. He has reference number Buck2429.

Spouse: Jane M Bucklin-Buck2015.


Bret Bruchhaus419 was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck503. Parents: Harley Allen Bruchhaus-Buck499 and Pat Unknown-Buck501.


Charles Bruchhaus419 was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck502. Parents: Harley Allen Bruchhaus-Buck499 and Pat Unknown-Buck501.


Harley Allen Bruchhaus419 was born on 5 February 1933.419 He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck499. Parents: William Charles Bruchhaus-Buck498 and Ruth May Bucklin-Buck462.

Spouse: Pat Unknown-Buck501. Pat Unknown and Harley Allen Bruchhaus were married UNKNOWN. Children were: Charles Bruchhaus-Buck502, Bret Bruchhaus-Buck503, Kirt Bruchhaus-Buck504, Living.


Kirt Bruchhaus419 was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck504. Parents: Harley Allen Bruchhaus-Buck499 and Pat Unknown-Buck501.


Lauren Bruchhaus419 was born UNKNOWN. She died UNKNOWN. She has reference number Buck508. Parents: Living and Shirley Unknown-Buck506.


Living (private). Parents: William Charles Bruchhaus-Buck498 and Ruth May Bucklin-Buck462.

Spouse: Shirley Unknown-Buck506. Children were: Lauren Bruchhaus-Buck508.

Spouse: Living.


Living (private). Parents: Harley Allen Bruchhaus-Buck499 and Pat Unknown-Buck501.


William Charles Bruchhaus419 was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck498.

Spouse: Ruth May Bucklin-Buck462. Ruth May Bucklin and William Charles Bruchhaus were married in 1932.419 Children were: Harley Allen Bruchhaus-Buck499, Living.


Living (private).

Spouse: Crawford Buckland Hamilton-Buck3754. Children were: Living, Living, Living, Living.


Gertrude Lois Buck54 was born in 1905.54,55 She died on 19 August 1954 at the age of 49 in Ferndale, Michigan.54,55 She has reference number Buck2436.

Spouse: Edmond (Ned) Carter Anderson-Buck2361. Gertrude Lois Buck and Edmond (Ned) Carter Anderson were married on 2 February 1936 in Ferndale, Michigan.55,56


Alanson Buckin was born before 1830. He lived in Grafton County, New Hampshire in 1850.420 He died UNKNOWN. Alanson has reference number Buck3282.


Jonathan Buckin was born before 1840. He lived in Grafton County, New Hampshire in 1850.420 He died UNKNOWN. Jonathan has reference number Buck3281.


Lydia Buckin was born on 8 March 1796 in Wallingford, Rutland County, Vermont.421 She died UNKNOWN. She has reference number Buck3365.


Living (private).


Caleb Buckland was born in 1838.422 He served in the military Private, 2nd New York Cavalry, Company C aka Harris Light Cavalry on 7 August 1861.422 He served in the military discharged on 15 August 1861.422 Caleb died on 12 July 1882 at the age of 44.422 He was also known as Ralph Buckland.422 He was buried in West Cemetery, Manchester, Hartford County, Connecticut.422 Caleb has reference number Buck4507.


Living (private).


Genevieve Buckland was born on 11 March 1861. She was educated with two degrees (art and anatomy) in 1882 in Vassar College. She died in February 1929 at the age of 67.423 Genevieve was buried after February 1929 in Chatham, New Jersey.423 There are some very strong family traditions which have been passed down through the Buckland family to the present generation. The strongest is that of the importance of a college education. Isaac Buckland and his son, RJW Buckland, were broad minded (for their day) and saw the importance of a “scientific education”. RJWB even sent his daughter, Genevieve, to Vassar in the 1870s ! She went on to marry Frank L. Crawford (whose father always regretted not attending college) who founded the girls college preparatory school, Kent Place School in Summit, NJ. in 1894. Genevieve made certain that her daughters were well read and they were allowed to date boys and have freedoms that were unheard of in those days. My grandmother(Dorothy) used to tell of being allowed to go out for moonlight canoe rides alone with a boy when she was in her teens (before 1907)Another family tradition was encouraging girls to be athletic. My grandmother was captain of her basketball team in prep school and college, played field hockey and competed in tennis almost to the Olympic level. All the family members were strong swimmers, canoe paddlers, and climbing the White Mountains in New Hampshire as young children. The family traveled all over Europe in the early 1900’s and spent several winters living in Germany to study German and music. Genevieve passed on her love of drawing and antiques to Lesley. Lesley continued to travel to Europe every other winter to stay in Florence, Italy with friends who were also artists. The Bucklands were known to be tall and large boned people.
She has reference number Buck716. Parents: R. Joseph Wales Bucklen D.D.-Buck1622 and Emily Wilson-Buck3974.

Spouse: Frank Lindsay Crawford-Buck3713. Genevieve Buckland and Frank Lindsay Crawford424 were married about 1885.423 Children were: Lesley Buckland Crawford-Buck3714, Constance Crawford-Buck3711, Dorothy Crawford-Buck3712, Lindsay Crawford-Buck3715.


Hugh Buckland was baptized on 14 November 1593 in Netherbury, Dorset, ENGLAND. He was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN. Hugh has reference number Buck160. Parents: John Buckland-Buck161.


John Buckland signed a will in 1656 in Shaftesbury, Dorset, ENGLAND. He was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN. John has reference number Buck161. Will was proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Poor photocopy has been received from the Public Records Office in London.

Children were: Hugh Buckland-Buck160, Petronella Buckland-Buck163, Thomas Buckland-Buck165.


John Buckland425 was baptized on 11 October 1607 in Stoke Abbott, Dorset, ENGLAND. He was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN. John has reference number Buck177. shows as son of John Buckland Parents: John Buckland-Buck178.


John Buckland was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck178.

Children were: John Buckland-Buck177, Margarett Buckland-Buck179, Margery Buckland-Buck180, Roger Buckland-Buck181, Richard Buckland-Buck126.


John Buckland426 was born on 2 July 1584 in Clyst St. George, Devon, ENGLAND.426 He died UNKNOWN. He has Ancestral File Number KXKJ-RF. John has reference number Buck101. The name "Buckland" seems to be derived from one or other of the many places of this name, which (apart from a single exception in Lincolnshire) are found only in the South of England.

A good general background of the political and religious upsets of the 17th century is found in Bourbon and Stuart, by John Miller

Note: the only reason we connect "our" WilliamBucklin/Buckland with this date and birth record is that this is the only surviving record in South England of a William Bucklin [Buckland/Buckler and various other spelling variations born about this time, and this William happens to be born to John Buckland. It also fits in the general sense that William Buckln when he comes seems to have money sufficient to buy a considerable amount of land, but does not have the title of nobility. The Buckler/Buckland group of Dorset shows up in the Henry St. George, Richmond Herald, Marshal to William Camden King of Arms, Visitation of Dorsetshire 1623, as seeming to have the right to an arms but not necessarily a title of nobility.

Spouse: Katherine Kerslake-Buck1785. Katherine Kerslake and John Buckland were married on 30 June 1605 in Branscombe, Devon, ENGLAND.427,428 Children were: William Bucklin-Buck66.


Jonathan Buckland died on 18 October 1888 in Boston, Erie, New York, United States. He was born in farm in Connecticut.429 He has reference number Buck3983.

Children were: James Monroe Bucklin-Buck4000.


Margarett Buckland425 was baptized on 20 May 1599 in Stoke Abbott, Dorset, ENGLAND. She was born UNKNOWN. She died UNKNOWN. Margarett has reference number Buck179. Parents: John Buckland-Buck178.


Margery Buckland425 was baptized in 1605 in Stoke Abbott, Dorset, ENGLAND. She was born UNKNOWN. She died UNKNOWN. Margery has reference number Buck180. Parents: John Buckland-Buck178.


Petronella Buckland was baptized on 9 April 1599 in Netherbury, Dorset, ENGLAND. She was born UNKNOWN. She died UNKNOWN. Petronella has reference number Buck163. Parents: John Buckland-Buck161.


Richard Buckland was baptized on 14 November 1593 in Netherbury, Dorset, ENGLAND. He was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN. Richard has reference number Buck126. , He obtained land, in Causeway House, Radipole, Dorset, ENGLAND.430 The manor of Cerne was granted to Richard 36 Henry VIII. This included the Causeway House at Radipole. The Buckler family resided there in later years. Parents: John Buckland-Buck178.


Roberte Buckland425 was baptized on 22 April 1565 in Stoke Abbott, Dorset, ENGLAND. He was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN. Roberte has reference number Buck175.

Spouse: Johane Hillire-Buck176. Johane Hillire and Roberte Buckland were married on 15 February 1591/2 in Stoke Abbott, Dorset, ENGLAND.425


Roger Buckland was baptized on 12 July 1609 in Stoke Abbott, Dorset, ENGLAND.425 He was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN. Roger has reference number Buck181. Parents: John Buckland-Buck178.


Solomon Buckland served in the military Private, 6th Connecticut Infantry, Company B on 23 August 1861.422 He served in the military wounded at Drewrys Bluff on 10 May 1864.422 He served in the military discharged on 11 September 1864.422 Solomon died on 20 May 1891.422 He was buried in Togus Cemetery, Togus Township, Kennebec, Maine.422 Lot E, Grave number 888 He has reference number Buck4510.


Thomas Buckland was baptized on 2 October 1604 in Netherbury, Dorset, ENGLAND. He was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN. Thomas has reference number Buck165. Parents: John Buckland-Buck161.


Wilfred Buckland was born in 1866.423 He died in 1946 at the age of 80.423 He was a worked with Cecil B. DeMille and became a famous set and lighting designer in Hollywood, California.431 Wilfred has reference number Buck2604. Parents: R. Joseph Wales Bucklen D.D.-Buck1622 and Emily Wilson-Buck3974.

Children were: Will Buckland-Buck2605.


Will Buckland died in 1946. He has reference number Buck2605. Parents: Wilfred Buckland-Buck2604.


Benjamin Isaac Coman Bucklen MD was educated before 1884 at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, United States.432 He graduated on 28 June 1884 at University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States.432 He lived in Auburn, Cayuga, New York, United States after 1884.432 Benjamin was also known as B I C Buckland.432 He was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN. Benjamin has reference number Buck1262. Parents: Col Benjamin Isaac Smith Bucklen-Buck1257 and Celestia Anna Coman-Buck1260.


Col Benjamin Isaac Smith Bucklen was born in 1819. He died on 10 September 1882 at the age of 63.432 He has reference number Buck1257. Benjamin was buried in Weedsport, New York, United States.432 Parents: Rev Isaac Bucklen-Buck3156 and Sarah Smith-Buck3899.

Spouse: Celestia Anna Coman-Buck1260. Celestia Anna Coman and Col Benjamin Isaac Smith Bucklen were married UNKNOWN.432 Children were: Benjamin Isaac Coman Bucklen MD-Buck1262.


There are some very strong family traditions which have been passed down through the Buckland family to the present generation. The strongest is that of the importance of a college education. Isaac Buckland and his son, RJW Buckland, were broad minded (for their day) and saw the importance of a “scientific education”. RJWB even sent his daughter, Genevieve, to Vassar in the 1870s ! She went on to marry Frank L. Crawford (whose father always regretted not attending college) who founded the girls college preparatory school, Kent Place School in Summit, NJ. in 1894. Genevieve made certain that her daughters were well read and they were allowed to date boys and have freedoms that were unheard of in those days. My grandmother(Dorothy) used to tell of being allowed to go out for moonlight canoe rides alone with a boy when she was in her teens (before 1907)Another family tradition was encouraging girls to be athletic. My grandmother was captain of her basketball team in prep school and college, played field hockey and competed in tennis almost to the Olympic level. All the family members were strong swimmers, canoe paddlers, and climbing the White Mountains in New Hampshire as young children. The family traveled all over Europe in the early 1900’s and spent several winters living in Germany to study German and music. Genevieve passed on her love of drawing and antiques to Lesley. Lesley continued to travel to Europe every other winter to stay in Florence, Italy with friends who were also artists. The Bucklands were known to be tall and large boned people.
Rev Isaac Bucklen was born on 6 October 1794.423 He was ordained on 2 July 1818 in the Baptist church in Arlington Vermont. He lived in Elbridge, New York, United States in 1838.432 Isaac died on 23 October 1875 at the age of 81.433 He was buried in Weedsport Rural Cemetary, Weedsport, New York.433 He was also known as Isaac Bucklin.433 Isaac lived in Guilford, Windham, Vermont, United States. He has reference number Buck3156. There are some very strong family traditions which have been passed down through the Buckland family to the present generation. The strongest is that of the importance of a college education. Isaac Buckland and his son, RJW Buckland, were broad minded (for their day) and saw the importance of a “scientific education”. RJWB even sent his daughter, Genevieve, to Vassar in the 1870s ! She went on to marry Frank L. Crawford (whose father always regretted not attending college) who founded the girls college preparatory school, Kent Place School in Summit, NJ. in 1894. Genevieve made certain that her daughters were well read and they were allowed to date boys and have freedoms that were unheard of in those days. My grandmother(Dorothy) used to tell of being allowed to go out for moonlight canoe rides alone with a boy when she was in her teens (before 1907)Another family tradition was encouraging girls to be athletic. My grandmother was captain of her basketball team in prep school and college, played field hockey and competed in tennis almost to the Olympic level. All the family members were strong swimmers, canoe paddlers, and climbing the White Mountains in New Hampshire as young children. The family traveled all over Europe in the early 1900’s and spent several winters living in Germany to study German and music. Genevieve passed on her love of drawing and antiques to Lesley. Lesley continued to travel to Europe every other winter to stay in Florence, Italy with friends who were also artists. The Bucklands were known to be tall and large boned people.


Parents: Rev Benjamin Bucklin-Buck1875 and Patience Horton-Buck1927.

Spouse: Sarah Smith-Buck3899. Sarah Smith and Rev Isaac Bucklen were married on 6 May 1817. Children were: R. Joseph Wales Bucklen D.D.-Buck1622, Col Benjamin Isaac Smith Bucklen-Buck1257.


John Bucklen was born on 28 July 1792.66 He died on 7 May 1845 at the age of 52.66 He has reference number Buck2738.


R. Joseph Wales Bucklen D.D.434 was born on 16 December 1830.433 He was a Baptist Minister, Professor of church history at the Rochester (NY) Theological Seminary in Rochester, Monroe, New York. He was also known as R. Joseph Wales Buckland about 1850. R. was also known as Joseph Wales Bucklin about 1860. He was also known as Joseph Wales Buckland about 1870. He died on 30 January 1877 at the age of 46.433 R. was buried after 30 January 1877 in Weedsport, New York.423 He was buried under the name of Joseph Wales Bucklen although his wife was calling herself, her husband and children Buckland. There are some very strong family traditions which have been passed down through the Buckland family to the present generation. The strongest is that of the importance of a college education. Isaac Buckland and his son, RJW Buckland, were broad minded (for their day) and saw the importance of a “scientific education”. RJWB even sent his daughter, Genevieve, to Vassar in the 1870s ! She went on to marry Frank L. Crawford (whose father always regretted not attending college) who founded the girls college preparatory school, Kent Place School in Summit, NJ. in 1894. Genevieve made certain that her daughters were well read and they were allowed to date boys and have freedoms that were unheard of in those days. My grandmother(Dorothy) used to tell of being allowed to go out for moonlight canoe rides alone with a boy when she was in her teens (before 1907)Another family tradition was encouraging girls to be athletic. My grandmother was captain of her basketball team in prep school and college, played field hockey and competed in tennis almost to the Olympic level. All the family members were strong swimmers, canoe paddlers, and climbing the White Mountains in New Hampshire as young children. The family traveled all over Europe in the early 1900’s and spent several winters living in Germany to study German and music. Genevieve passed on her love of drawing and antiques to Lesley. Lesley continued to travel to Europe every other winter to stay in Florence, Italy with friends who were also artists. The Bucklands were known to be tall and large boned people.
He has reference number Buck1622. About 1850, he changed the spelling of his name to Buckland while he was a student in Neew York City and before he was married. Parents: Rev Isaac Bucklen-Buck3156 and Sarah Smith-Buck3899.

Spouse: Emily Wilson-Buck3974. Emily Wilson and R. Joseph Wales Bucklen D.D.424 were married. Emily was a botany student of her husband before they were married. Children were: Genevieve Buckland-Buck716, Wilfred Buckland-Buck2604.


Ruth Bucklen was born on 28 May 1784.66 She died on 4 June 1867 at the age of 83.66 She has reference number Buck4501.


Allex Buckler435 was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck1472. Parents: Gentleman John Buckler-Buck172 and Agnes Barber-Buck1068.

Spouse: Margery Martyn-Buck1356. Children were: Gentleman William Buckler-Buck1773, Living.


Andrew Buckler owned on 3 January 1691/2 in Causeway, Wyke Regis, Dorset, ENGLAND; Property: Causeway house. He signed a will in 1695. He was born UNKNOWN. Andrew died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck169. ownership mentioned as being held by Andrew Buckler & Rachel, his wife. and also George Gould, Gentleman, holding a close of pasture called Bincleaves. Tithing of Southover, and a close called West Melcombe in same tithing.

Will was proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury in 1695. Poor photocopy of will received from Public Records Office in London

Spouse: Rachel Unknown-Buck170. Rachel Unknown and Andrew Buckler were married UNKNOWN. Children were: Andrew Buckler-Buck171.


Andrew Buckler was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck171. Parents: Andrew Buckler-Buck169 and Rachel Unknown-Buck170.


Andrew Buckler436 was born before 1563. He lived in Wey, Dorset, ENGLAND in 1563.437 He died after 1623 at the age of 60. Andrew has reference number Buck1479. Parents: Gentleman John Buckler-Buck172 and Agnes Barber-Buck1068.


Brian Buckler was born before 1612. He has reference number Buck1573. Parents: Gentleman William Buckler-Buck1773 and Mary Keyte-Buck1001.


Christian Buckler was born before 1612. He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck1244. Parents: Gentleman William Buckler-Buck1773 and Mary Keyte-Buck1001.


Dorithy Buckler was born before 1612. She died UNKNOWN. She has reference number Buck1821. Parents: Gentleman William Buckler-Buck1773 and Mary Keyte-Buck1001.


Edmund Buckler was born before 1612. He died after 1623 at the age of 11.436 He has reference number Buck243. Parents: Gentleman William Buckler-Buck1773 and Mary Keyte-Buck1001.

Spouse: Margaret Chapman-Buck102. Children were: Peter Buckler-Buck1760, Thomas Buckler-Buck419, Martha Buckler-Buck420.


John Buckler has reference number Buck1482. Parents: Gentleman John Buckler-Buck172 and Agnes Barber-Buck1068.


John Buckler died on 23 December 1609. He was born UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck173. St. Mary church. See Somerset & Dorset FHS Burials Database