Annie Florence Bucklin310,311 was born on 30 November 1866 in South Warren, Knox, Maine, United States.311,600,651 She died on 13 January 1867 at the age of 0 in South Warren, Knox, Maine.311,600,651 She was also known as Anna Bucklin.311,600,651 Annie has reference number Buck1552. She was buried at Counce Cemetery in Warren, Knox, Maine, United States.651 Parents: Joseph Bucklin-Buck708 and Eliza Wilson Rivers-Buck1551.


Anson C Bucklin was born on 15 October 1823 in Adams, Berkshire County, Massaschusetts.652 He lived in Illinois in June 1837.653 In 1856 he was a Farmer/Dairyman, Kane Co, IL.654 Anson began shipping milk from his dairy to Chicago. Anson appeared in the census in 1860 in Barrington Township, Cook, Illinois, United States.655 He appeared in the census in 1870 in Barrington Township, Cook, Illinois, United States.656 He appeared in the census in 1880 in Barrington Township, Cook, Illinois, United States.657 Anson moved to in Dundee, Kane, Illinois, United States in October 1884Left Henry on the farm and moved Left Henry on the farm and moved653 He died about 1900 at the age of 77. He appeared in the census in 1900 in Dundee, Kane, Illinois, United States.658 Anson was Baptist.659 He has reference number Buck257. His political party affilliation included Abolition / Prohibition / Republican .660 Parents: Isaac Bucklin-Buck2012 and Achsah Wilmarth-Buck2013.

Spouse: Emma Merritt-Buck2010. Emma Merritt and Anson C Bucklin were married in October 1877.661 Emma was a native of New York but was living in Bloomington, Illinois.

Spouse: Emma Mallary-Buck2011. Emma Mallary and Anson C Bucklin were married on 22 December 1880 in Walworth, Wisconsin, United States.662

Spouse: Julia Jinks-Buck2648. Julia Jinks and Anson C Bucklin were married in 1844 in Cook County, Illinois.663 Children were: Frances Bucklin-Buck2003, Henry I Bucklin-Buck2004.


Anson N. Bucklin310,311 was born on 7 July 1849.310,311 He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck1602. Parents: Jeremiah Bucklin-Buck1521 and Lucretia Mink-Buck1522.

Spouse: Addie Comery-Buck1603.


Archibald Gamble (Archie) Bucklin310,311 was born on 19 August 1879 in South Warren, Knox, Maine.310,311 He died on 8 March 1949 at the age of 69 in Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts.310,311 He has reference number Buck1558. [Mit10107B.GED]

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From a newspaper article:

Mr. Bucklin was born on August 19, 1879. He worked with a Maine Central Railroad crew in the construction of the steel bridge across the Georges River at Thomaston, and later, in Boston, attended the New England School of Engineering.

This gained him employment as stationary engineer with electric light plants in Massachusetts and Vermont. Returning to Warren, seven years ago, he was appointed deputy sheriff by Sheriff A.J. Tolman, continuing in that position until Mr. Tolman's retirement, with the exception of brief service on the prison staff.

Sheriff Tolman considered him one of the ablest deputies the county ever had.

Mr. Bucklin was educated in Farmington Normal School and a Rockland business college. He has served the town of Warren as assessor and member of the School Board. He belongs to the Warren Lodge of Odd Fellows and a Masonic lodge in Vermont. He is married.

Brief item in newspaper:

Spear Bros., South Warren, had boiler and engine in place, ready for action after the haying season. Archie Bucklin would be engineer and fireman at the saw mill.


He was an actor with the Warren Lodge, I.O.O.F. He played General Mark Lester in "A Woman's Honor" on February 18, 19?? "Archie Bucklin, who headed the cast, is a deputy sheriff, and prived a dignified and impressive figure in the role of a war general." (Boston Globe)

Obituary
ARCHIE G BUCKLIN PASSES AWAY

Retired Family Laundry Maintenance Man Was Long Active With Middlesex Lodge of Odd Fellows and Encampment

Archie Gamble Bucklin, a past grand of Middlesex lodge #17, Odd Fellows, and a past chief patriarch of Middlesex Encampment, passed away at a Rockland Ave convalescent home where he had resided for some time. He was 70 years of age and formerly resided for years at 17 Washington St.

Son of the late Joseph and Eliza Bucklin, he was born in Warren, Me, and came to Malden 27 years ago. He was a maintenance man for the Family Laundry for a long period until his retirement.

The deceased was a member of the First Baptist church, the pastor of which, Rev Hillyer H Straton, will officiate at the funeral services Thursday afternoon at two at the Ward funeral home. Interment will be at Puritan Lawn, Peabody.

His wife was the late Mrs Edith (Cross) Bucklin. He leaves a son, Wm Bucklin of Lynnfield Centre, and a daughter, Miss Dorothy Bucklin of New York City; a brother Joseph, of Portland, Me; and two grandchildren, Warner and Wm Bucklin Jr.

He is buried in Section I, lot number 145[Mit10107B.FTW]

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From a newspaper article:

Mr. Bucklin was born on August 19, 1879. He worked with a Maine Central Railroad crew in the construction of the steel bridge across the Georges River at Thomaston, and later, in Boston, attended the New England School of Engineering.

This gained him employment as stationary engineer with electric light plants in Massachusetts and Vermont. Returning to Warren, seven years ago, he was appointed deputy sheriff by Sheriff A.J. Tolman, continuing in that position until Mr. Tolman's retirement, with the exception of brief service on the prison staff.

Sheriff Tolman considered him one of the ablest deputies the county ever had.

Mr. Bucklin was educated in Farmington Normal School and a Rockland business college. He has served the town of Warren as assessor and member of the School Board. He belongs to the Warren Lodge of Odd Fellows and a Masonic lodge in Vermont. He is married.

Brief item in newspaper:

Spear Bros., South Warren, had boiler and engine in place, ready for action after the haying season. Archie Bucklin would be engineer and fireman at the saw mill.


He was an actor with the Warren Lodge, I.O.O.F. He played General Mark Lester in "A Woman's Honor" on February 18, 19?? "Archie Bucklin, who headed the cast, is a deputy sheriff, and prived a dignified and impressive figure in the role of a war general." (Boston Globe)

Obituary
ARCHIE G BUCKLIN PASSES AWAY

Retired Family Laundry Maintenance Man Was Long Active With Middlesex Lodge of Odd Fellows and Encampment

Archie Gamble Bucklin, a past grand of Middlesex lodge #17, Odd Fellows, and a past chief patriarch of Middlesex Encampment, passed away at a Rockland Ave convalescent home where he had resided for some time. He was 70 years of age and formerly resided for years at 17 Washington St.

Son of the late Joseph and Eliza Bucklin, he was born in Warren, Me, and came to Malden 27 years ago. He was a maintenance man for the Family Laundry for a long period until his retirement.

The deceased was a member of the First Baptist church, the pastor of which, Rev Hillyer H Straton, will officiate at the funeral services Thursday afternoon at two at the Ward funeral home. Interment will be at Puritan Lawn, Peabody.

His wife was the late Mrs Edith (Cross) Bucklin. He leaves a son, Wm Bucklin of Lynnfield Centre, and a daughter, Miss Dorothy Bucklin of New York City; a brother Joseph, of Portland, Me; and two grandchildren, Warner and Wm Bucklin Jr.

He is buried in Section I, lot number 145 Parents: Joseph Bucklin-Buck708 and Eliza Wilson Rivers-Buck1551.

Spouse: Edith Deborah Cross-Buck1559. Edith Deborah Cross and Archibald Gamble (Archie) Bucklin were married on 14 October 1903 in South Thomaston, Knox, Maine.310 [Mit10107B.GED]

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From 2 newspaper articles:

A very pretty wedding took place last evening at the residence of Mr. Elkanah Stackpole. The bride was Miss Edith D. Cross, of Thomaston, and the groom Mr. Archibald G. Bucklin, engineer in the State hospital at Tewksbury, Mass. The parlors were profusely decorated with white clematis and asters and the happy couple stood under a wedding bell of white asters. The bride was handsomely gowned in white albatross with Brazilian point lace and ribbon trimmings, and the ceremony - ring service - was performed by the Rev. W. A. Newcomb. Only members of the two families and intimate friends were present. A reception took place after the marriage and many useful and valuable gifts were received. Mr. and Mrs. Bucklin will reside in Tewksbury, Mass.


The marriage of Edith D. Cross and Archibald G. Bucklin took place at the home of the bride's uncle, Elkanah Stackpole on the St. George Road at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday. The affair was a very pretty one. Only a few invited guests were present. Rev. W. A. Newcomb of the Baptist Church was the officiating clergyman, and the ring service was used. The parlor, in which the ceremony took place, was tastily decorated in white and green, the contracting parties being united beneath an arch of these colors. The bride was prettily gowned in white, with trimming of Brazilian point lace and white ribbon. Following the ceremony refreshments were served and congratulations extended. Many valuable presents were received, consisting of silverware, china, cut glass, money, etc. The bride is a fine young lady, a member of the Baptist church and the B.Y.P.U. The groom is an industrious and upright young man and a member of the Methodist church. He has a nice position as chief engineer of an electrical lighting plant in a hospital at Tewksbury, Mass.[Mit10107B.FTW]

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From 2 newspaper articles:

A very pretty wedding took place last evening at the residence of Mr. Elkanah Stackpole. The bride was Miss Edith D. Cross, of Thomaston, and the groom Mr. Archibald G. Bucklin, engineer in the State hospital at Tewksbury, Mass. The parlors were profusely decorated with white clematis and asters and the happy couple stood under a wedding bell of white asters. The bride was handsomely gowned in white albatross with Brazilian point lace and ribbon trimmings, and the ceremony - ring service - was performed by the Rev. W. A. Newcomb. Only members of the two families and intimate friends were present. A reception took place after the marriage and many useful and valuable gifts were received. Mr. and Mrs. Bucklin will reside in Tewksbury, Mass.


The marriage of Edith D. Cross and Archibald G. Bucklin took place at the home of the bride's uncle, Elkanah Stackpole on the St. George Road at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday. The affair was a very pretty one. Only a few invited guests were present. Rev. W. A. Newcomb of the Baptist Church was the officiating clergyman, and the ring service was used. The parlor, in which the ceremony took place, was tastily decorated in white and green, the contracting parties being united beneath an arch of these colors. The bride was prettily gowned in white, with trimming of Brazilian point lace and white ribbon. Following the ceremony refreshments were served and congratulations extended. Many valuable presents were received, consisting of silverware, china, cut glass, money, etc. The bride is a fine young lady, a member of the Baptist church and the B.Y.P.U. The groom is an industrious and upright young man and a member of the Methodist church. He has a nice position as chief engineer of an electrical lighting plant in a hospital at Tewksbury, Mass. Children were: William Benjamin Bucklin-Buck1560, Dorothy Olive Bucklin-Buck1561.


Ardelia R. Bucklin189 was born in 1831.189 She was buried in Morning Star Church Cemetery, Foster, Rhode Island.45,189 She has reference number Buck881.


Arlene Bucklin was born on 13 March 1927 in Busti, Chautauqua, New York, United States.664 She died on 20 April 2012 at the age of 85.664 She has reference number Buck3058. Arlene was buried at Sunset Hill Cemetery in Lakewood, New York, United States.664 Parents: Lawrence E Bucklin-Buck3053 and Cecil Weisbrod-Buck3057.


Arline E. Bucklin189 was born UNKNOWN. She died UNKNOWN. She was buried in Mineral Springs Cemetery, Pawtucket, Rhode Island.45,189 Arline has reference number Buck882.


Arminta Bucklin was born on 12 January 1880 in Story County, Iowa.665 She died on 22 January 1971 at the age of 91 in Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa.666 She has reference number Buck1349. Parents: Edward Otis Bucklin-Buck237 and Nancy Elizabeth Jones-Buck836.

Spouse: Leroy Clinton Minear-Buck1657. Children were: Lester Vern Minear-Buck1343.


Arnold Bucklin189 was born in 1815.189 He died in 1887 at the age of 72.189 He was buried in Mineral Springs Cemetery, Pawtucket, Rhode Island.45,189 Arnold has reference number Buck2520.

Spouse: Margaret M Hanna-Buck952. Margaret M Hanna and Arnold Bucklin had marriage intentions recorded on 18 April 1847[Place Details]in Pawtucket, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.64 Intentions were read on 18 Apr, 25 Apr, and 2 May 1847. They64 were married on 5 May 1847 in Pawtucket, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.64 Children were: Emma Malvina Bucklin-Buck929.


Living (private). Parents: Zachariah Taylor Bucklin-Buck2278 and Caroline Augusta Fitch-Buck2161.


Living (private).


Arnold Bucklin was born in 1815. He died in 1887. He was born about 1930. Arnold died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck1461.


Arnold Dexter Bucklin189 was born in 1790.189 He died on 16 July 1811 at the age of 21 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.68,189 Arnold D. son of David, at Rehoboth, aged 21 years He was buried in Newman Cemetery, East Providence, Rhode Island.45,189 Arnold has reference number Buck884.


Arnold Dexter Bucklin189 was born in 1823.189 He died on 3 October 1824 at the age of 1.68,189 Arnold D. son of Nathan, aged 11 months He was buried in North Burial Ground, Providence, Rhode Island.45,189 Arnold has reference number Buck885.


Living (private). Parents: Herbert Hiram Bucklin-Buck1454 and Living.


Arthur Bucklin58,260,667 was born in May 1880 in Lake Sarah, Murray, Minnesota.58,260 He has reference number Buck2163. Parents: Zachariah Taylor Bucklin-Buck2278 and Caroline Augusta Fitch-Buck2161.


Arthur Bucklin was born on 5 October 1887 in Walworth, Dakota Territory, United States. He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck4280. Parents: Walter Franklin Bucklin-Buck2922 and Olive Florence Vantassel-Buck2923.

Spouse: Mabel Inez Coull-Buck4289. Mabel Inez Coull and Arthur Bucklin were married on 24 December 1913 in Walworth, South Dakota, United States. Children were: Luella I Bucklin-Buck4290, Agnes May Bucklin-Buck4291, George Art Bucklin-Buck4292, Dorothy Olive Bucklin-Buck4293.


Arthur Knight Bucklin189 was born on 22 March 1871 in Glocester, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.189,487 He died on 13 June 1872 at the age of 1 in Glocester, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.189,487 He was buried in Keech-Winsor Lot, Foster, Rhode Island.45,189 Arthur has reference number Buck886. Parents: Jeremiah Knight Bucklin-Buck982 and Maria Davis-Buck2119.


Asa Bucklin was born on 2 July 1764 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.124,609 Alt dob 2 July 1769 He died on 23 October 1770 at the age of 6 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.668 He has reference number Buck583. Parents: James Bucklin 2nd-Buck115 and Mary Peck-Buck401.


Asa Bucklin189 was born in 1776.189 He died in 1828 at the age of 52.189 He was buried in Newman Cemetery, East Providence, Rhode Island.45,189 Asa has reference number Buck887.


Augusta S. Bucklin died on 3 March 1918 in Stevens County, Minnesota.669 She was born UNKNOWN. She has reference number Buck2840.


Living (private).


Austin Bucklin was born before 1812. He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck3. Parents: Albigence G (Alba) Bucklin-Buck297 and Cynthia Lilly-Buck301.


Living (private). Parents: Fred D Bucklin-Buck456 and Myrtle Sylvia Phenice-Buck485.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living, Dale E Bucklin-Buck997, Living, Living.


Baby Boy Bucklin670 was born about September 1908.670 Possible twin as there are two separate burials listed iin Forest Hill Cemetery, sons of F. W. Bucklin He died in October 1909 at the age of 1.670 He was buried in Forest Hill Cemetery (no town given), Minnesota.670 Cemetery ID #118 OA 3, Section 8 20 Baby has reference number Buck3485. Possible twin as there are two separate burials listed in Forest Hill Cemetery, sons of F. W. Bucklin, same age at death (11 months) [note by Linda Lambert during data entry]

Parents: Living.


Baby Boy Bucklin670 was born about September 1908.670 Possible twin as there are two separate burials listed in Forest Hill Cemetery, sons of F. W. Bucklin, same age at death (11 months) [note by Linda Lambert during data entry]
He died on 4 October 1909 at the age of 1.670 He was buried in Forest Hill Cemetery (no town given), Minnesota.670 Cemetery ID E 118 OA 3 (no section given) Baby has reference number Buck3486. Parents: Living.


Baby Boy Bucklin was born on 12 August 1931 in Hennepin County, Minnesota.671 He died on 12 August 1931 at the age of 0 in Hennepin County, Minnesota.672 He was buried in Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota.673 Baby has reference number Buck2846. Parents: Leonard Alby Bucklin-Buck2 and Lilah Brewster Nordland-Buck13.


Baby Girl Bucklin670 died on 23 November 1896.670 She was buried in Forest Hill Cemetery (no town given), Minnesota.670 Cemetery ID 118 OA 3, Section 11 147 She has reference number Buck3487. Parents: Living.


Barack Bucklin was born on 27 May 1741 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.153,674 He moved to in Camden, Maine in 1763675 In 1764 he was a blacksmith.675 Barack was also known as Baruch Bucklin.675 He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck2044. Parents: Ebenezer Bucklin-Buck411 and Hannah Ballou-Buck1178.

Spouse: Living.


Barak (Baruch) Bucklin Sr was born on 1 August 1666 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.676,677 He on a list of inhabitants of Rehoboth belonging to Mr. Greenwood's church on 17 October 1711 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.678 He died on 13 December 1732 at the age of 66 in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts.679 Baruch died on 7 February 1737/8 at the age of 71 in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts.680 He was buried in Newman Cemetery, Rumford, Rhode Island.681 He has reference number Buck153. Headstone in Newman Cemetery is among Carpenter graves, rather than among Bucklin graves, and reads: "Here lies ye Body of Barah Bucklen, Decd Feby 7th, 1738/9 in ye 73rd year of his Age."
Query whether this is the same Barak Bucklin shown in the records of the Patriots and Founders roll which is the alternative source shown on Barak's death.

There are a number of Barak Bucklins born in about the same time and about the same place. Several are reported to have been buried in Newman Cemetery in Pawtucket, RI. There is confusion among the reporters caused by this number of Baraks. Hopefully, someone will take the time to investigate the cemetery stones and help to eliminate confusion Parents: Joseph Bucklin Sr.-Buck99 and Deborah Allen-Buck120.

Spouse: Alice Woodcock-Buck185. Alice Woodcock and Barak (Baruch) Bucklin Sr were married on 9 April 1689 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.679,682 Children were: Elizabeth Bucklin-Buck394, Alice Bucklin-Buck395, Mary Bucklin-Buck396, Barak Bucklin Jr 1-Buck399, Sarah Bucklin-Buck397, Joseph Bucklin-Buck398, Barak Bucklin Jr 2-Buck119.


Barak Bucklin Jr 1 was born on 26 January 1696/7 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.558 He died on 13 February 1697/8 at the age of 1 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.683 He has reference number Buck399. Parents: Barak (Baruch) Bucklin Sr-Buck153 and Alice Woodcock-Buck185.


Barak Bucklin Jr 2 was born on 1 April 1704 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.124,679,684 He died on 11 January 1739/40 at the age of 35 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.124,685,686,687 He has reference number Buck119. Parents: Barak (Baruch) Bucklin Sr-Buck153 and Alice Woodcock-Buck185.

Spouse: Hannah Read-Buck121. Hannah Read and Barak Bucklin Jr 2 had marriage intentions recorded on 24 July 1731[Place Details]in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.124,688 Barock of Rehoboth and Hannah Read of Attleboro They124,688 were married on 11 August 1731 in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts.124 Children were: Betty Bucklin-Buck1105, Elijah Bucklin-Buck122, Alice Bucklin-Buck1106, Jeremiah Bucklin-Buck1107, Steven Bucklin-Buck2987.


Barbara Bucklin111 was born UNKNOWN. She died UNKNOWN. She has reference number Buck1112. Parents: Elijah Bucklin-Buck122 and Mercy Ballou-Buck1108.

Spouse: Unknown Ballou-Buck2905.


Living (private). Parents: Robert Bucklin II-Buck3230 and Josephine Matilda Withycombe-Buck3231.

Spouse: Elliott Ward Anderson-Buck3249. Children were: Living, Living, Living, Living.


Barbara Janet Bucklin was born on 7 March 1923 in Belvidere, Boone, Illinois, United States.689 She appeared in the census in 1930 in Belvidere, Boone, Illinois, United States.690 She appeared in the census in 1940 in Belvidere, Boone, Illinois, United States.691 Barbara died on 14 August 2014 at the age of 91 in Chattanooga, Hamilton, Tennessee, United States.689 She was buried at Belvidere Cemetery in Belvidere, Boone, Illinois, United States.689 She has reference number Buck2619. Parents: Charles Leon Bucklin-Buck2350 and Neva C Schwebke-Buck2609.


Barry L Bucklin was born on 28 April 1950 in Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan, United States.692 He died on 24 April 2001 at the age of 50 in Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan, United States.692 He was buried at Bedford Cemetery in Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan, United States.692 Barry has reference number Buck2643. Parents: Raymond L Bucklin-Buck2640 and Florence A Leedle-Buck2641.


Living (private). Parents: Warner Lamson (Bucky) Bucklin-Buck1580 and Living.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living, Living.


Beatrice Belanda Bucklin was born on 18 February 1902 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.693 She died on 13 May 1902 at the age of 0 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts.694 She was buried in Pawtuxet, Rhode Island.694 Beatrice has reference number Buck5111. Parents: Ernest Hiram Bucklin-Buck5097 and Living.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Belinda Bucklin was born in August 1836.221 She died in 1852 at the age of 16.221 She has reference number Buck3489. Parents: Alanson Bucklin-Buck4519 and Sarah "Sally" Cole-Buck3709.


Benanuel Bucklin was born on 8 October 1779 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.645 He died in September 1809 at the age of 29 in Pawtucket, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.695 There was a magazine article about he: death notice at Providence Gazette on 23 September 1809.695 Benanuel, of Rehoboth, at Pawtucket, killed while assisting in stoning a fountain by the bank giving away. Benanuel has reference number Buck725. Parents: Nehemiah Bucklin 2nd-Buck340 and Nancy Bowen-Buck722.


Benjamin Bucklin was born on 2 July 1640 in Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.86,696 He was christened on 2 July 1640 in Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.697 He was baptized on 7 July 1640 in Hingham, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.13,14 Benjamin was appointed Trooper in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts in 1659698 He moved to in 1675699 He died on 26 March 1676 at the age of 35 in Nine Men's Misery fight.700,701 Benjamin served in the military Nine Men's Misery fight on 26 March 1676.702
Found on the internet:
During 1676, King Philip’s War was fought by settlers and Native Americans throughout the woods of New England. In a particularly gruesome engagement and biggest defeat of colonial troops in the war, King Philip’s men killed 8 militiamen and their captain by skinning them alive.
After a long, painful death, they were beheaded and their heads mounted on stakes. So awful was this fight that locals believe this to be the most haunted battle sites in New England. The stone memorial was erected in 1676 and is believed to be the oldest veterans memorial in the United States.

He was buried in 1676 in Nine Men's Misery fight site, Cumberland, Rhode Island.703 He contributed for King Phillip's War in 1676 .704 There is a record of him, in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts on 7 February 1688/9.705 Benjamin has reference number Buck88. , He obtained land, in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts.245 In 1675, William Bucklin contributed 2£ 9s to assist in the war against the Indian King Phillip. His sons Benjamin and Joseph contributed 4£ 3s and 6 £ respectively. Pawtucket was in the center of the war zone, with many, if not most, of the houses burned, and many killed, including Benjamin Bucklin. Across the river, the entire small Jenks settlement was burned to the ground in 1675 during the King Philip War.

Benjamin was slain in what is memorialized as "Nine Mens' Misery". The death of these nine men in the war against King Phillip is an interesting story in itself. Benjamin's remains were identified by two pecularities of his body:
a. larger height than most men (well over six feet hight); and
b. a double row of teeth, so he had twice as many teeth than normal. [source: conference with Victor Franko, author of "Nine Men's Misery"]

Parents: William Bucklin-Buck66 and Mary Bosworth-Buck77.

Spouse: Rachel Wheatley-Buck110. Rachel Wheatley and Benjamin Bucklin were married in November 1663.14,427,706 Two other marriages and they may be confused. Suggestion that Rachael's maiden name was Wheatly Children were: Rachael Bucklin-Buck321, Benjamin Bucklin-Buck322, Leah Bucklin-Buck323, Solomon Bucklin-Buck324, Johnathan Bucklin-Buck325, David Bucklin-Buck326.


Benjamin Bucklin was born on 27 February 1664/5 in Rehoboth, Massachusetts Bay, British America.707 He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck322. Benjamin and his brother John, with other persons, formed a partnership to dig a mine for silver in Rhode Island. John signed with an "X", but Benjamin signed his name as "Bucklen". Parents: Benjamin Bucklin-Buck88 and Rachel Wheatley-Buck110.


Benjamin Bucklin13,14,708 was born on 30 January 1697/8 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.709,710 He was baptized on 5 March 1699.285 He died about 1738 at the age of 40. Benjamin has reference number Buck260. Parents: Joseph Bucklin 2nd-Buck142 and Mehitable Sabin-Buck205.

Spouse: Esther Jencks-Buck1159. Esther Jencks and Benjamin Bucklin were married on 14 September 1726 in Providence, Rhode Island.13,110,711,712 Benjamin, of Attleboro, and Esther Jenckes of Providence; married by William Janckes, Justice Children were: Benjamin Bucklin-Buck312.

Spouse: Rebeckah Bowen-Buck313. Rebeckah Bowen and Benjamin Bucklin were married on 19 March 1730.14,285 Children were: Squire Bucklin-Buck314, Sarah Bucklin-Buck315, William Bucklin-Buck316.


Benjamin Bucklin was born on 14 March 1727/8.713,714 He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck312. Poss removed to Vermont. Parents: Benjamin Bucklin-Buck260 and Esther Jencks-Buck1159.


Benjamin Bucklin was born on 20 January 1748/9 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.609 He died on 14 August 1749 at the age of 0 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.715 He has reference number Buck575. Benjamin served in the military Revolutionary War.716 Parents: James Bucklin 2nd-Buck115 and Mary Peck-Buck401.


Rev Benjamin Bucklin717 was born on 17 April 1754 in Hopkins Mill, Foster, Providence, Rhode Island, British America.708 Hopkins Mills is located in the area of Foster, RI. Foster had previously been part of Scituate, RI. He lived in Guilford, Windham, Vermont, United States in 1777.423,718,719 About 1778 he was a Church minister in Guilford, Windham, Vermont, United States. Benjamin died on 3 May 1838 at the age of 84 in Guilford, Windham, Vermont, United States.642 He was buried in Carpenter Cemetery, Carpenter Hill Road, (between West Guilford and Guilford Center) Vermont. He was also known as Benjamin Bucklen. Benjamin was also known as Benjamin Buckland. He has reference number Buck1875. 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: Squire Bucklin-Buck314 and Hopestill Ballou-Buck1987.

Spouse: Patience Horton-Buck1927. Children were: James Bucklin-Buck695, Benjamin Bucklin Jr-Buck556, Patience Bucklin-Buck585, Chloe Bucklin-Buck641, Stephen Bucklin-Buck763, Susanna Bucklin-Buck584, Rebecca Bucklin-Buck568, Isaac Bucklin-Buck558, Rev Calvin Bucklin-Buck803, Rev Isaac Bucklen-Buck3156, Jerusha Bucklin-Buck805, John Bucklin-Buck4227.


Benjamin Bucklin519 was born on 6 February 1757 in Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut.47,720 He moved to in Herkimer County, New York in 1791 He died drowned in the Chesapeake on 22 February 1793 at the age of 36.721,722 **entry in the Providence Gazette lists the last name as BUCKLAND.

Death bef 1820 because of supposition by Mjrallis@mindspring.com because he's not mentioned in his father's (David's) will.

17 Feb 2015- this assumption of death in the Chesapeake is looking to be incorrect based on new information from PA. csbucklin Benjamin moved to in Dundaff, Luzerne, Pennsylvania, United States in 1804723 Emily C. Blackman's account tells that Benjamin Bucklin began clearing on the site of Dundaff in 1799, but did not move there for 3 to 4 years. When he did move to Dundaff, he came with his family including Albigence and Warren. His farm covered the site of Dundaff, and his house was the first built there. A saw-mill was built by Mr. Bucklin on the stream which runs through Dundaff', and which was the first in the township. He went back to the valley of the Mohawk before 1813, and his sons afterwards went to Ohio. He appeared in the census in 1810 in Clifford, Luzerne, Pennsylvania, United States.521,724 M over 45: 2
M 16-25: 1
F 26-44: 1
F 10-15: 1
F under 10: 1 He has reference number Buck2338. Benjamin's brother William also married a Brayton; and Benjamin's sister Louisa also married a Brayton

Benjamin was a soldier in the Revolutionary Army and fought at the battle of Bunker Hill. Note that Benjamin's brother John (which see) was a Capt in the Revolutionary Army and his first counsin Joseph Bucklin 5th fired the first shot in the War at the burning of the boat "Gaspee".

Benjamin moved to Herkimer County, NY, in 1791; and to PA in 1813, according to notes of family history of uncertain origin.

Because of Benjamin's marriage to Elizabeth Brayton, the name "Brayton" begins to appear in names given to children in the Bucklin line. Brayton was an important New Jersey family and politically important into the 1900's

The Bucklin and Brayton families were close.
Benjamin married Elizabeth Branton
Elizabeth Brayton's sister Mercy Brayton married Benjamin Bucklin's brother William.
Elizabeth's brother Caleb Brayton married Benjamin's sister Louisa.

After this generation, in which three Bucklins married three Braytons, "Brayton" became a common name for Bucklin children, including George Brayton Bucklin , who was born nearly two centuries later in Indiana. Parents: David Bucklin-Buck3012 and Abagail Waldo-Buck3013.

Spouse: Elizabeth Brayton-Buck295. Elizabeth Brayton and Benjamin Bucklin were married UNKNOWN in Coventry, Kent County, Rhode Island. Children were: Brayton Bucklin-Buck255, Warren Bucklin-Buck296, Albigence G (Alba) Bucklin-Buck297, Elizabeth Bucklin-Buck299, Mercy Bucklin-Buck300, Mary Bucklin-Buck298.


Benjamin Bucklin was born on 24 November 1763 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.466,467 On 28 September 1816 he was a Tavern keeper in North Providence, Rhode Island.725 He died UNKNOWN. Benjamin has reference number Buck1190. Parents: Oliver Bucklin-Buck338 and Sarah Newman-Buck720.


Benjamin Bucklin Jr was born on 14 May 1778 in Guilford, Vermont, United States.726,727 He died on 10 March 1834 at the age of 55 in Guilford, Windham, Vermont, United States.726,727 He was also known as Benjamin Bucklen Jr.726,727 Benjamin has reference number Buck556. He was buried in Carpenter Cemetery, Carpenter Hill Road, (between West Guilford and Guilford Center) Vermont.727 Parents: Rev Benjamin Bucklin-Buck1875 and Patience Horton-Buck1927.