Frank L. Corliss was born before 1880. He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck2079.

Spouse: Libby A. Bucklin-Buck2097. Libby A. Bucklin and Frank L. Corliss were married on 8 June 1892 in Chickasaw County, Iowa.354


Joanna (Anna) Cornell was born UNKNOWN. She died UNKNOWN. She has reference number Buck692.

Spouse: George Earl Bucklin-Buck691. Joanna (Anna) Cornell and George Earl Bucklin were married on 31 December 1867 at Newman Church in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States. Children were: Agnes Estelle Bucklin-Buck693, George Earle Bucklin-Buck305.


Mabel Inez Coull was born on 16 May 1893 in Illinois. She died in August 1985 at the age of 92 in Selby, Walworth, South Dakota, United States. She has reference number Buck4289.

Spouse: Arthur Bucklin-Buck4280. 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.


Alden M. Counce310,311 was born on 11 November 1840.310,311 He died in 1916 at the age of 76.310,311 He has reference number Buck1618.

Spouse: Cynthia E. Bucklin-Buck1609.


George E. Counce310,311 was born on 22 April 1867.310,311 He died on 22 May 1952 at the age of 85.310,311 He has reference number Buck1599.

Spouse: Inez A. Bucklin-Buck1504.


Rebecca Counce310,311 was born UNKNOWN. She died UNKNOWN. She has reference number Buck1493.

Spouse: William M. Jordan-Buck1492. Rebecca Counce and William M. Jordan were married on 25 June 1853.310


William O. Counce310,311 was born on 25 May 1838.310,311 He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck1617.

Spouse: Sarah J. Bucklin-Buck1607. Sarah J. Bucklin and William O. Counce were married on 1 May 1860.310


Francis Rosalind Covert was born in 1845 in Michigan. She died on 8 February 1896 at the age of 51 in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, United States. She has reference number Buck2111.

Spouse: Franklin D Bucklin-Buck2110. Children were: Ada Ethel Bucklin-Buck2135, Ruth Fanny Bucklin-Buck2205.


Hannah Crabtree13,14 was born UNKNOWN. She died UNKNOWN. She has reference number Buck1934.

Spouse: Benjamin Murch Barrows-Buck1920. Hannah Crabtree and Benjamin Murch Barrows were married on 6 May 1742.13,14


Abby Vivian Cragun58,184,457 was born on 21 June 1878 in Mankato, Blue Earth County, Minnesota.58,184,457,1361,2595 A birth place of Red Jacket, Minnesota was suggested by some gedcom submissions. She appeared in the census in 1905 in Austin, Mower, Minnesota, United States.875 She died about 1973 at the age of 95 in Broomall, Delaware County, Pennysylvania.58,184,1361 Abby was buried in Marple Township, Pennsylvania. She was a housewife and artist.184,457 She has reference number Buck72. "Abby survived cancer in 1921 and tuberculosis of the spine which put her into
a wheel chair for ten years. She recovered to walk again." said her daughter
Clarissa B. Smith in 1966. quoted by Eva Heiner in "Cragun" book.

There is a Manuscript of 68 pages which can be ordered from the Minnesota State
Historical Society in St. Paul, MN, written by Abby, in which she descibes a trip by Elkanah and Sarah Davis to Mankato, MN.
Parents: Enoch Davis Cragun-Buck4237 and Penninah Davis-Buck4238.

Spouse: George Wells Bucklin-Buck67. Abby Vivian Cragun and George Wells Bucklin were married on 22 May 1902 in Mankato, Blue Earth County, Minnesota.61,1361 Children were: Clarissa Naomi Bucklin-Buck1465, Muriel Madeline Bucklin-Buck1466.


Enoch Davis Cragun2596 was born on 3 April 1850 in Whitestown, Boone, Indiana.2596 He died on 29 December 1919 at the age of 69 in Mankato, Blue Earth, Minnesota.2596 He has reference number Buck4237.
George W. Bucklin's Cragun family history (1932) states that Enoch Davis Cragun and his wife moved to St.Joseph, MO. to be near their children. It was while visiting daughter Abby, in Lincoln Neb., that he died, but he is buried near Industrial City in the Amazonia Road Cemetery, which overlooks a vast expanse of Missouri River.
Enoch Davis Cragun learned the craft of the miller, farmed, taught school,  preached and in later years did carpenter and cement work. He was working on a dam when a problem came up that required geometry, which he did as a matter of course. He solved the problem that had perplexed the construction boss for days. The boss was so chagrined that he hitched up his spanking team and drove away and never heard of again. The next day Enoch Davis Cragun found himself in charge of the job.
It was while attending Eureka College that his first son was born and named by the Periclesian Literary Society.
[Cragun Family]

Spouse: Penninah Davis-Buck4238. Children were: Abby Vivian Cragun-Buck72.


Lucy Crary died before 1870. She was born UNKNOWN. She has reference number Buck3396.

Spouse: Amos Bucklin-Buck4075. Lucy Crary and Amos Bucklin were married on 1 January 1809 in Wallingford, Rutland, Vermont, United States. Children were: Daniel Bucklin MD-Buck4076, Fuller Bucklin-Buck3399, Elizabeth Bucklin-Buck3397.


Constance Crawford was born in 1889.423 She died in 1980 at the age of 91.423 She was educated in Julliard School of Music, New York University.423 Constance was educated in New York School of Social Work, New York.423 She has reference number Buck3711. Parents: Frank Lindsay Crawford-Buck3713 and Genevieve Buckland-Buck716.


Daniel Oshea Crawford2597 was born in April 1848 in Ohio.2597,2598 The name of Oshea was given in the 1850 census. He appeared in the census in 1850 in Arkwright, Chautauqua, New York, United States.2597 He appeared in the census on 1 June 1865 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.507 Daniel appeared in the census in 1870 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States. He appeared in the census in 1900 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.2599 He has reference number Buck2477. Parents: Oshea Wilder Crawford-Buck2476 and Marietta Catherine Standish-Buck50.


Dorothy Crawford was born in 1890.423 She was educated in 1911 in Vassar College. She died in 1978 at the age of 88.423 Dorothy has reference number Buck3712. Parents: Frank Lindsay Crawford-Buck3713 and Genevieve Buckland-Buck716.

Spouse: Harry Thomas Hamilton-Buck3757. Dorothy Crawford and Harry Thomas Hamilton424 were married.423 Children were: Harry Thomas Hamilton Jr.-Buck3758, Living, Lindsay Crawford Hamilton-Buck3761, Crawford Buckland Hamilton-Buck3754, Living.


Frank Lindsay Crawford was born in 1856.423 He died in 1950 at the age of 94.423 423 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.
He was educated in Harvard and Columbia Law Schools.423 Frank was a corporate lawyer in New York City, New York. He has reference number Buck3713.

Spouse: Genevieve Buckland-Buck716. 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.


Hiram Crawford was born in 1841. He appeared in the census in 1850 in Arkwright, Chautauqua, New York, United States.2597 He died in 1862 at the age of 21 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky.2600 Hiram has reference number Buck2911. Parents: Oshea Wilder Crawford-Buck2476 and Marietta Catherine Standish-Buck50.


Lesley Buckland Crawford was born in 1887.423 She was educated in 1908 in Vassar College. She died in 1963 at the age of 76.423 Lesley has reference number Buck3714. Parents: Frank Lindsay Crawford-Buck3713 and Genevieve Buckland-Buck716.


Lindsay Crawford was born in 1901.423 He died in 1921 at the age of 20 in Harvard College.423 He has reference number Buck3715. Parents: Frank Lindsay Crawford-Buck3713 and Genevieve Buckland-Buck716.


Oscar Crawford appeared in the census in 1840 in Census 1840.2601 He was born in 1840. He died in 1848 at the age of 8.2602 Oscar has reference number Buck2913. Parents: Oshea Wilder Crawford-Buck2476 and Marietta Catherine Standish-Buck50.


Oshea W Crawford Jr2603 was born in 1847/8 in Ohio.2603 He appeared in the census in 1850 in Arkwright, Chautauqua, New York.2603 He appeared in the census in 1865 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota.2604 Oshea appeared in the census in 1870 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota.2605 He appeared in the census in 1900 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota.2606 In 1900 he was a farmer in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota.2606 Oshea has reference number Buck4191.
According to the 1900 census, Oshea W Crawford, age 52 - Apr 1848, and his wife Armanella, age 46 - June 1853, were living in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota. They had been married for 28 years; only one of their four children was still livng; she was listed: Alice L, age 24 - June 1953.
Also listed was his widowed mother, Marietta [Standish Crawford] Bucklin, age 82 - Jul 1817. Parents: Oshea Wilder Crawford-Buck2476 and Marietta Catherine Standish-Buck50.


Oshea Wilder Crawford2600 was born about 1817. He appeared in the census in 1840 in Arkwright, Chautauqua, New York, United States.2601 He died about 1849 at the age of 32 in Ohio. He was not listed in the 1850 census in Arkwright, NY; his wife was the head of the family, his youngest child was two years old, born in Ohio.
Oshea has reference number Buck2476.
According to the 1840 census, O W Crawford and his family were living in Arkwright, New York. The line listed: males, under 5, 1; 30-40, 1; females under 5, 1; 15-20, 1; 20-30, 1.
Who was the age 15-20 female? Could she be the Mary A Crawford who was single, age 31, living next to Marriette in the 1850 census in Arkwright?

Oshea Crawford was a Free Will Baptist clergyman. From New York he came west to Ohio, and there died at the age of thirty-two. His wife was a descendant of the Massachusetts Standishes. In the family there were five children, Hiram, Oscar, Rollin O., Oshea, Jr., and Viola. After the death of the father, the noble mother, desiring to secure a homestead for her children, came to Wright county in 1857, and located on eighty acres in Rockford township, purchasing the claim rights of a Mr. Hamilton. She moved with her small children into the log cabin which stood on the place, and started to rear her family in the wilderness. Times were hard and provisions were few, and her strength and resourses were taxed to the utmost. For a time her brother, Florentine Standish, was with her, but he was soon called away and she was left alone with the children. She farmed with the aid of a yoke of yearling steers and two cows, and got in what crops she could. Fortunately, when times were the worst, the ginseng buyers came into the county, and the family were enabled to gather ginseng and raise a little ready cash. Later the mother married Alby Bucklin, a native of Michigan, and moved onto his farm, leaving the homestead to Rollin O. She died in Rockford, February 1, 1913, at the age of ninety-two years. She has been a faithful mother and a true woman, and held the respect and esteem of all who knew her. Rollin O. Crawford came west with the rest of the family, and has lived on the same place since 1857. When the war broke out three of the sons enlisted. Hiram went into Co. H, Third Minnesota Volunteer Infantry, and died at Louisville, Ky., as the result of illness contracted in the army. Oshea, Jr., enlisted in the First Minnesota Heavy Artillery. Rollin O. went into Co. H, Third Minnesota Volunteer Infantry, and served three years and eleven months. He was captured at Murfreesboro, was imprisoned about two months, was parolled, went to the Northwest against the Indians, and was later again sent South. At the Battle of Fitz Hugh Woods, Arkansas, he was wounded in the arm. After the war he returned home and resumed work on home place. He has been very successful, has increased the original acreage until he now owns 157 acres of good land, and has erected comfortable and substantial buildings. In spite of his years he is hale and hearty, a vigorous, energetic and popular citizen. While he has carried on general farming and raised diversified crops, he has in recent years made a specialty of thoroughbread Jersey stock. As a friend of education he has always stood for the best things in the community, and on one is more highly regarded than he. Mr Crawford was married February 22, 1868, to Marie Swartout, born in Saratoga county, Mew York, July 11, 1846, daughter of Kramer and Charlotte (Birch) Swartout. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford have ten children: (end of pager 536)(pg 537)Lottie, Rollie H., Lavina, Alonzo, Howard, Robert, Esther, Viola, Richard and an unnamed infant (deceased). Kramer Swartout brought his family from Saratoga county, New York, the place of his nativity, and settled in St Paul in 1856, moving to section 18, Rockford township, in 1858. He was a true pioneer, helped to bring the wilderness under control, and did his early farming with a pair of cows. After the Civil war broke out, he enlisted in Co. E, Eighth Minnesota Volunteer Infantry, and served against the Indians. He led a useful, busy life and was much respected.
[History of Wright County, pp 535-537]

Spouse: Marietta Catherine Standish-Buck50. Marietta Catherine Standish and Oshea Wilder Crawford were married about 1837. Her probably-youngest child was born in 1839. Children were: Viola Crawford-Buck2910, Oscar Crawford-Buck2913, Hiram Crawford-Buck2911, Rollin O Crawford-Buck2912, Daniel Oshea Crawford-Buck2477, Oshea W Crawford Jr-Buck4191.


Rollin O Crawford was born on 7 September 1844 in Orleans County, New York.2607 He appeared in the census in 1850 in Arkwright, Chautauqua, New York, United States.2597 He appeared in the census on 1 June 1865 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.507 Rollin died in 1923 at the age of 79 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.2608 He lived in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.2607 He has reference number Buck2912. (Pg 535)
Rollin O Crawford, a substantial and respected citizen of Rockford township, was born in Orleans county, New York, September 7, 1844, son of Oshea and Marietta (Standish) Crawford. (end page 535)
Parents: Oshea Wilder Crawford-Buck2476 and Marietta Catherine Standish-Buck50.


Viola Crawford was born in 1839. She appeared in the census in 1840 in Census 1840.2601 She died in 1840 at the age of 1.2600 Viola has reference number Buck2910. Parents: Oshea Wilder Crawford-Buck2476 and Marietta Catherine Standish-Buck50.


David Creighton310,311 was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck1481.

Spouse: Mary Gamble-Buck1480.


Edith Deborah Cross310,311 was born on 1 January 1880 in Lawrence, Essex, Massachusetts, United States.310,311 She died on 27 May 1944 at the age of 64 in Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.310,311 She has reference number Buck1559.

Spouse: Archibald Gamble (Archie) Bucklin-Buck1558. Edith Deborah Cross and Archibald Gamble (Archie) Bucklin were married on 14 October 1903 in South Thomaston, Knox, Maine.310 [Mit10107B.GED]

[Mit10107.GED]

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]

[Mit10107.GED]

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.


Mary Frances Cross189 was born on 1 May 1829 in Charlestown, South Carolina, United States.189 She died on 31 January 1867 at the age of 37 in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.189 She was buried in Swan Point Cemetery, Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island.45,189 Mary has reference number Buck1022.

Spouse: Simon Smith Bucklin-Buck1054. Mary Frances Cross and Simon Smith Bucklin were married in 1850 in Rhode Island. Children were: George Warren Bucklin-Buck944, Sarah Alice Bucklin-Buck1049, John Gallagher Bucklin-Buck989.


Almy Cudworth was born in 1802. She died in 1823 at the age of 21. She has reference number Buck553. Parents: John Cudworth-Buck3716 and Phoebe Briggs-Buck4500.

Spouse: Benjamin Lawton-Buck554. Children were: Amy Cudworth Lawton-Buck876.


John Cudworth was born on 16 February 1761. He died on 15 April 1830 at the age of 69. He has reference number Buck3716.

Spouse: Phoebe Briggs-Buck4500. Phoebe Briggs and John Cudworth were married on 15 August 1801. Children were: Almy Cudworth-Buck553.


Laura S. Culver256,257,259 was born UNKNOWN.256,257,259 She died UNKNOWN.256,257,259 She has reference number Buck2059.

Spouse: Hollis Fuller Bucklin-Buck2052. Laura S. Culver and Hollis Fuller Bucklin were married on 12 October 1859.256,257,259,263


Abigail Cummings was also known as Abigail Commins. She lived in Bristol, Rhode Island prior to 1718. She has reference number Buck3717.

Spouse: John Salisbury-Buck1389. Abigail Cummings and John Salisbury were married on 4 December 1718 in Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts.221


Clarence Cummings was born in October 1861 in Michigan. He died on 31 March 1942 at the age of 80 in Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan, United States. He was buried in Climax, Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States. Clarence has reference number Buck2638.

Spouse: Flora E Bucklin-Buck2282. Flora E Bucklin and Clarence Cummings were married on 20 November 1890 in Climax, Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States.1183


Living (private). Parents: Living.

Spouse: Ephraim Pollard-Buck3846. Children were: Clarissa Ann Pollard-Buck2295, Hammond Pollard-Buck4036, Samuel Pollard-Buck4042, Milton Pollard-Buck4040, Sarah Louisa Pollard-Buck4043, Charles Franklin Pollard-Buck4034.


Living (private).

Children were: Living.


Caleb Cushing was born on 9 April 1776 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.2609 He appeared in the census in 1850 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.2080 He signed a will on 16 October 1851 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.2610 Caleb's will gives 1/3 of his estate to his wife, 1/3 to his nephew Loring Cushing, 1/3 to Nancy Bucklin and Edwin Bucklin. He does not name their relationship specifically but Nancy is his daughter in law and Edwin his grandson. Caleb appeared in the census in 1855 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.2611 Listed with Caleb are Edwin Cushing age 24 and Nancy Bucklin age 54. Both are listed in his will dated 16 Oct 1857 receiving 1/3 of his real and personal estate. He died on 24 March 1861 at the age of 84 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States. He has reference number Buck2555. Parents: David Cushing-Buck2597 and Sarah Wilder Loring-Buck2598.

Spouse: Olive Bucklin-Buck3029. Olive Bucklin and Caleb Cushing were married on 5 November 1805 in Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States.2129 Children were: Horace Cushing-Buck2557.


David Cushing was born on 13 March 1739/40 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America. He died about 1821 at the age of 81 in Massachusetts. He has reference number Buck2597.

Spouse: Sarah Wilder Loring-Buck2598. Sarah Wilder Loring and David Cushing were married on 16 June 1763 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.2612 Children were: Loring Cushing-Buck2599, Caleb Cushing-Buck2555.


Edwin F Cushing was born in 1830 in Massachusetts.2613 He appeared in the census in 1855 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.2081 He died on 7 April 1901 at the age of 71 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States. Edwin has reference number Buck2607. Parents: Horace Cushing-Buck2557 and Nancy Bucklin-Buck2603.


Horace Cushing was born on 26 September 1806 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.2613 He appeared in the census in 1850 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.2080 He died on 14 August 1851 at the age of 44 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States. Horace has reference number Buck2557. Parents: Caleb Cushing-Buck2555 and Olive Bucklin-Buck3029.

Spouse: Nancy Bucklin-Buck2603. Children were: Edwin F Cushing-Buck2607.


Loring Cushing was born on 7 April 1773 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.2609 He died on 6 September 1816 at the age of 43 in Massachusetts. He has reference number Buck2599. Parents: David Cushing-Buck2597 and Sarah Wilder Loring-Buck2598.

Spouse: Lucy French-Buck2600. Children were: Loring Cushing Jr-Buck2608.


Loring Cushing Jr was born on 28 January 1815 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.2613 He signed a will on 1 October 1870 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.2614 Loring names his sister, Nancy Bucklin and gives her $1,000.00. He gives Edmin F Cushing $500.00 but does not note their relationship. The remainder of his Estate goes to his wife, Hannah. He died on 19 October 1870 at the age of 55 in Seekonk, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States. Loring has reference number Buck2608. Parents: Loring Cushing-Buck2599 and Lucy French-Buck2600.


Living (private).

Spouse: Warren Earle Fowler-Buck1841.


Mary Cutler was born before 1680. She died after 1702 at the age of 22. She has reference number Buck2934.

Spouse: Johnathan Richardson-Buck2933. Children were: Jonathan Richardson-Buck2914.


Mark Anthony D'Wolf was born on 8 November 1726.292 He has reference number Buck3719.

Spouse: Abigail Potter-Buck3847. Abigail Potter and Mark Anthony D'Wolf were married on 26 August 1744.


Anna Daggett189 was born in 1718.189 She died in 1797 at the age of 79.189 She was buried in Newman Cemetery, East Providence, Rhode Island.45,189 Anna has reference number Buck878.

Spouse: Living.


Lucy Dailey189 was born on 4 September 1814.189 She died on 22 November 1888 at the age of 74.189 She was buried in Swan Point Cemetery, Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island.45,189 Lucy has reference number Buck599.

Spouse: James Champlin Bucklin-Buck598. Lucy Dailey and James Champlin Bucklin were married on 16 March 1829.1518 Children were: Helen Dailey Bucklin-Buck600, Loraine Pearce Bucklin-Buck601, James Albert Bucklin-Buck973, Daniel Dailey Bucklin Sr-Buck905, William T Bucklin-Buck1076.


Arvilla Jane Darr was born before 1850. She died UNKNOWN. She has reference number Buck2317.

Spouse: John Samuel Jones-Buck2316. Children were: Nancy Elizabeth Jones-Buck836.


Living (private).

Spouse: Hollie Arthur Bucklin , Jr.-Buck2046. Children were: Living, Living, Living, Living, Living, Living.


Mary Bucklin Davenport6,7 was born on 31 July 1825 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, Massachusetts.2221 She died on 13 June 1896 at the age of 70 in Whitinsville, Worcester County, Massachusetts.6,7 She was buried in Newton, Massachusetts.7 Mary was an Author.2615 She has reference number Buck646. Mary took a prominent part in the social life of her day, and their Newton home was noted for the hospitalities of the Governor and herself. There came, as guests, many of the most eminent people of our country: Henry Ward Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stow, Rev. James Freeman Clarke, Henry Wilson, Charles Sumner, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Chief Justice Chase, John G. Whittier, President and Mrs. Hayes, and many others of note.

Mary's literary accomplishments were of high order. She wrote "Brampton Sketches", "personal Recollections of John G. Whittier", "Real Happenings", and "Under the Old Elms". In this latter book she described many of her visitors and incidents of their visits to the Claflin home, the "Old Elms", a name given to it by Henry Ward Beecher.

The above information is taken from a book about the Claflin family: Genealogy of the Claflin Family (a record of Robert Mackclothlan, of Wenham, Mass., and of his descendants 1866-1898), by Charles Henry Wight, member of the Long Island Historical Society. It was published in New York, Press of William Green in 1903/05. The book may also be available on inter-library loan from your local public library. Parents: Samuel D. Davenport-Buck645 and Mary Claflin Bucklin-Buck640.

Spouse: William Claflin-Buck647. Mary Bucklin Davenport and William Claflin were married on 12 February 1845.6,7 [2000Claflin1.FTW]

Mary and William are, in fact, first cousins. Children were: Thomas Lee Claflin-Buck653, Agnes Elizabeth Claflin-Buck654, Arthur Bucklin Claflin-Buck655, William Davenport Claflin-Buck656, Adams Davenport Claflin-Buck657.


Samuel D. Davenport6,7 was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN.7 He has reference number Buck645.

Spouse: Mary Claflin Bucklin-Buck640. Mary Claflin Bucklin and Samuel D. Davenport were married on 25 February 1822 in Hopkinton, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.6,7,2009 Of Boston Children were: Sarah E. Davenport-Buck651, Mary Bucklin Davenport-Buck646.


Sarah E. Davenport6,7 was born on 29 August 1823.7 She died UNKNOWN.7 She has reference number Buck651. Parents: Samuel D. Davenport-Buck645 and Mary Claflin Bucklin-Buck640.