Aaron Parker Bucklin56,476 was born on 12 May 1812 in Herkimer, Herkimer, New York, United States.476 He appeared in the census in 1830 in Mina, Chautauqua, New York, United States.477 He appeared in the census in 1860 in Ypsilanti, Washtenaw, Michigan, United States.478 Aaron appeared in the census in 1870 in Ypsilanti, Washtenaw, Michigan, United States.479 He appeared in the census in 1880 in Ypsilanti, Washtenaw, Michigan, United States.480 He died on 10 January 1888 at the age of 75 in Ypsilanti, Washtenaw, Michigan, United States. Aaron has reference number Buck2137. Parents: Francis Brayton Bucklin-Buck81 and Rhoda Parker-Buck127.

Spouse: Minerva Hazen-Buck2457. Minerva Hazen and Aaron Parker Bucklin were married in 1832 in Sherman, Chautauqua, New York, United States.481 Children were: William Decature Bucklin-Buck2459.

Spouse: Cornelia Amelia Preston-Buck2458. Cornelia Amelia Preston and Aaron Parker Bucklin were married on 31 October 1839 in Washtenaw, Michigan, United States. Children were: Dewit C Bucklin-Buck2456, Delos Pembrook Bucklin-Buck1308, Franklin D Bucklin-Buck2110, Louisa Helen Bucklin-Buck1749, Walter M Bucklin-Buck2681, Anna Cornelia Bucklin-Buck2682.


Abby Ann Bucklin was born on 11 October 1827 in Hopkins Mill, Foster, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.65,191,482 She died on 21 September 1869 at the age of 41 in Foster, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.65,191 She was buried in Morning Star Church Cemetery, Foster, Rhode Island.45,65 Abby has reference number Buck864. She was also known as Abby A. Bucklin. Parents: Jeremiah Pray (Jeremiah P Bucklyn) Bucklin-Buck984 and Abby Potter-Buck1364.

Spouse: George A Cole-Buck1366. Abby Ann Bucklin and George A Cole were married on 3 September 1848 in East Killingly, Connecticut, United States.191,482,483,484 Children were: Carrie Frances Cole-Buck1399, Abby Alma Cole-Buck1415, Ella Angeline Cole-Buck1424, Edgar Irving Cole-Buck1488, Walter Eugene Cole-Buck1523, Herman Augustine Cole-Buck1550, George Herbert Cole-Buck1621, Minnie Adell Cole-Buck1624.


Abby Robinson Bucklin was born UNKNOWN. She died UNKNOWN. She has reference number Buck625. Parents: James Tibbetts Pearce Bucklin Col.-Buck2240 and Hannah Hathaway White-Buck622.

Spouse: Henry L. Slater-Buck626. Abby Robinson Bucklin and Henry L. Slater were married UNKNOWN.


Abiah Bucklin was born on 22 October 1828 in Grafton, Grafton, New Hampshire.222,485 She died on 17 December 1873 at the age of 45 in New London, Merrimack, New Hampshire.222,485 She was buried after 17 December 1873 in Montcalm Cemetery, Enfield, Grafton County, New Hampshire.222,485 Abiah has reference number Buck4518. Parents: Charles Bucklin-Buck1359 and Choice M Cole-Buck1625.

Spouse: General Joseph Messer Clough-Buck3688. Abiah Bucklin and General Joseph Messer Clough were married on 9 August 1849 in Manchester, Hillsborough, New Hampshire.222,485,486


Abigail Bucklin56 has reference number Buck2451. Parents: William Bucklin-Buck845 and Olivia Ester Palmer-Buck2450.

Spouse: Orrin Wood-Buck2452. Children were: Algine Wood-Buck2453.


Abigail Bucklin54,58,113,208,487 was born on 22 April 1786 in Coventry, Kent County, Rhode Island.57,58 She died on 21 April 1854 at the age of 67.58,488 She has reference number Buck79.
Abigail and her sister Sarahl were the only two children (named in the will of their father) to receive bequests. The two farm properties were distributed to six grandchildren (all children of his son John (who had died ten years earlier) and Philinda Barnes).

Excerpts from the will of John Bucklin (Buck2958):
I John Bucklin ... do make & publish my last will and testament ...
First I give & devise to my three grandsons (viz) John Valney M Bucklin, James H Bucklin & Edwin A Bucklin to them, their heirs & assigns all that acerage, tenement & home farm on which I now reside together with all the stock & movable property ....
I give & devise to my three granddaughters (viz) Cynthia Bucklin, Eliza M Bucklin & Harriet A Bucklin their heirs & assigns, all that farm or tenament adjoining the above named farm & is distinguished & known by the name of the Rusback Farm...
I also give & bequeath to by two daughters married women (viz) Abigail Ford & Sara Waterman, all my monies & securities for money to be paid to them in three years after my decease, that is what money shall be left after the payment of my just debts and funeral charges...
I do now hereby appoint my son-in-law, David Ford sole executor of this my last will and testament...
I have here unto set my hand & seal the twenty-fifth day of October in the year of our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty Eight. Parents: John Bucklin Captain-Buck2958 and Leah Capron Scott-Buck2335.

Spouse: David Ford-Buck1287. Abigail Bucklin and David Ford were married in 1801.61,488


Abigail Bucklin was born in September 1728 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.360,489 She was baptized on 22 September 1728 in Newman Congregational Church East Providence, Rhode Island, British America.490 She died on 19 December 1730 at the age of 2 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.360,491 Abigail has reference number Buck306. Parents: John Bucklin 1st-Buck228 and Freelove Smith-Buck230.


Abigail Bucklin65 was born on 12 January 1730/1 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.360,489,492,493,494 She was baptized on 17 January 1730/1 in Newman Congregational Church East Providence, Rhode Island, British America.490 She died on 2 June 1808 at the age of 77 in Cumberland, Providence, Rhode Island.495 Abigail was buried in Newman Cemetery, East Providence, Rhode Island.45,65 She has reference number Buck318. This Abigail was named for her deceased sister Abigail who was born in 1728. Parents: John Bucklin 1st-Buck228 and Freelove Smith-Buck230.

Spouse: Abiel Brown Sr.-Buck1683. Abigail Bucklin and Abiel Brown Sr. had marriage intentions recorded on 17 January 1760 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.345 They345 were married on 25 December 1760 at Newman Church in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.179,345,357,360 Abigail of Rehoboth and Abial Brown of Cumberland, RI, married by Rev. John Carnes.

Children were: John Brown-Buck2970, Sarah Brown-Buck2971, Hannah Brown-Buck2972, George Brown-Buck2973, Cynthia Brown-Buck2974, Jonathan Brown-Buck2975, Lucy Brown-Buck2985, Elizabeth Brown-Buck2986.


Abigail Bucklin was born on 30 July 1762 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.496,497 She died UNKNOWN. She has reference number Buck1189. Parents: Oliver Bucklin-Buck338 and Sarah Newman-Buck720.

Spouse: Sylvester Bowers Jr-Buck4469. Abigail Bucklin and Sylvester Bowers Jr were married in April 1795 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.314 Children were: Albert Ellmore Bowers-Buck4470.


Abigail Bucklin was born on 10 November 1806 in Wallingford, Rutland County, Vermont.498 She died on 23 April 1867 at the age of 60 in New Hampshire. She has reference number Buck2904. Abigail was buried at Graniteville Cemetery in Marlborough, New Hampshire, United States. Parents: Nathaniel Bucklin Capt.-Buck1942 and Dolly Bishop-Buck1803.

Spouse: Nathan Winch-Buck4383. Abigail Bucklin and Nathan Winch were married in 1833 in New Hampshire.


Abigail Bucklin57,58 was born about 1847.58 She has reference number Buck3214. Parents: Edwin A. Bucklin «same as Buck1314?»-Buck2420 and Living.


Ada Ethel Bucklin was born on 26 May 1879 in Ypsilanti, Washtenaw, Michigan, United States.499 She lived in Detroit, Michigan in March 1900.499 She was Presbyterian in 1900.499 Ada died on 10 July 1951 at the age of 72 in Wyandotte, Wayne, Michigan, United States. She has reference number Buck2135. Parents: Franklin D Bucklin-Buck2110 and Francis Rosalind Covert-Buck2111.

Spouse: Joseph H Murphy-Buck2136. Ada Ethel Bucklin and Joseph H Murphy were married on 9 March 1900 in Windsor, Essex, Ontario, CANADA.499


Ada Mary Bucklin was born on 21 February 1894 in Day County, South Dakota, United States. She has reference number Buck3984. Parents: James W. Bucklin-Buck3408 and Anna Mary Larson-Buck4027.


Adah Bucklin was born in 1796.500 She died on 8 June 1862 at the age of 66 in Patoka, Gibson, Indiana, United States. She has reference number Buck1231. Parents: Ebenezer Bucklin Esq-Buck2785 and Elizabeth Unknown (possibly Bucklin)-Buck3524.

Spouse: William Jerauld-Buck1230. Adah Bucklin and William Jerauld had marriage intentions recorded on 13 November 1814[Place Details].501 They501 were married on 8 December 1814 at Newman Church in Seekonk, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.235,500,501 Married by Rev. John Hill. Children were: Elizabeth Bucklin Jerauld-Buck1232.


Adalaide Bucklin was born in 1848 in Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States. She appeared in the census in 1850 in Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States.502 She died UNKNOWN. Adalaide has reference number Buck2339. Parents: Edgar A Bucklin-Buck2304 and Eliza C Rice-Buck2326.


Adaline Bucklin282,283,285,503,504 was born about 1834.282,283,285,503 She appeared in the census in 1860.285,505 She died on 24 December 1866 at the age of 32 in Sudbury, Rutland, Vermont.285,289 Adaline has reference number Buck2051. [Lou10201.FTW]

Called "sickly" in the 1860 Census. Parents: Nathaniel Fuller Bucklin-Buck2048 and Laura Bourne-Buck2049.

Spouse: Dighton C. Ketcham-Buck2058. Adaline Bucklin and Dighton C. Ketcham were married UNKNOWN.285,289


Addie Hope Bucklin was born on 16 June 1924 in Livermore Falls, Androscoggin, Maine, United States. She died on 17 August 1991 at the age of 67 in Enfield, Hartford, Connecticut, United States. She was buried in Livermore Falls, Androscogin County, Maine. Addie has reference number Buck711. Parents: Harold Winfield Bucklin Sr-Buck704 and Hazel E Wallingford-Buck705.

Spouse: Francis Leroy Berry-Buck712. Addie Hope Bucklin and Francis Leroy Berry were married on 4 September 1942 in Maine.221


Adelaid Bucklin was born in 1839 in Gerry, Chautauqua, New York, United States. She appeared in the census in 1850 in Gerry, Chautauqua, New York, United States.506 She died in 1855 at the age of 16 in Cascade, Olmsted, Minnesota Territory, United States.507 The first death in Cascade Twp was the daughter of James Bucklin in the spring of 1855. Adelaid has reference number Buck2478. Parents: James Bucklin-Buck3290 and Lois Ann Coe-Buck697.


Adelaide E Bucklin was born on 19 May 1903 in Mystic, Connecticut, United States. She died UNKNOWN. She has reference number Buck3189. Parents: Edward Everett Bucklin-Buck3512 and Hope Wiggin-Buck965.


Adelaide Electa Bucklin was born in 1850 in Vermont. She appeared in the census in 1850 in Wallingford, Rutland, Vermont, United States.508 name given in census record is Electa She appeared in the census in 1860 in Wallingford, Rutland, Vermont, United States.509 Adelaide died UNKNOWN. She has reference number Buck4305. Parents: Darius Bucklin-Buck2901 and Mary Ellen Griswold-Buck4297.


Adelia M Bucklin was born on 19 May 1852 in New Hampshire. She died on 16 October 1916 at the age of 64 in Harvard, McHenry, Illinois, United States. She was buried in Maple Park, Kane, Illinois, United States. Adelia has reference number Buck4354. Parents: George W Bucklin-Buck2355 and Arethusa Winch-Buck4353.

Spouse: Oliver Tupper-Buck4371. Adelia M Bucklin and Oliver Tupper were married on 6 February 1872 in Kane County, Illinois, United States.


Adeline A Bucklin was born in February 1818 in Rhode Island. She died on 4 January 1908 at the age of 89 in Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.510 She was buried at Mayflower Hill Cemetery in Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, British North America.510 Adeline has reference number Buck4535. Parents: Benjamin Bucklin-Buck1190 and Hannah French-Buck4498.

Spouse: Perez Alden Williams-Buck4577. Adeline A Bucklin and Perez Alden Williams were married on 1 April 1838 in Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.


Adeline J. Bucklin282,283,285 was born in 1876.282,283,285,289 She died in 1957 at the age of 81.282,283,285,289 She has reference number Buck2068. Parents: Nathaniel A Bucklin-Buck2055 and Sarah Jane Selleck-Buck2060.


Living (private). Parents: Living.


Agnes B (Aggie) Bucklin was born on 30 September 1856 in Little Valley, Cattaraugus, New York, United States.511 She appeared in the census in 1860 in Little Valley, Cattaraugus, New York, United States.512 She died on 20 July 1874 at the age of 17 in Little Valley, Cattaraugus, New York, United States.511 Aggie was buried in Little Valley, Cattaraugus, New York, United States.511 She has reference number Buck4171. Parents: Fuller Bucklin-Buck3399 and Roxanna White-Buck3400.


Agnes Estelle Bucklin was born on 20 August 1870. She has reference number Buck693. Parents: George Earl Bucklin-Buck691 and Joanna (Anna) Cornell-Buck692.


Agnes May Bucklin was born on 16 August 1919 in Selby, Walworth, South Dakota, United States.513 She died on 12 October 2008 at the age of 89 in Selby, Walworth, South Dakota, United States.513 She was buried at Black Hills National Cemetery in Sturgis, South Dakota, United States.513 Agnes has reference number Buck4291. Parents: Arthur Bucklin-Buck4280 and Mabel Inez Coull-Buck4289.


Alanson Bucklin was born about 1813 in Grafton, Grafton, New Hampshire, United States.222,503 He lived in Grafton County, New Hampshire in 1850.503 He died in 1852 at the age of 39 in at sea.514 Alanson has reference number Buck3282. Parents: Charles Bucklin-Buck3498 and Abiah Stevens-Buck3906.

Spouse: Sarah "Sally" Cole-Buck3709. Sarah "Sally" Cole and Alanson Bucklin were married on 23 December 1834 in Grafton, Grafton, New Hampshire, United States.222,515 Children were: Belinda Bucklin-Buck3489, Mary Frances Bucklin-Buck3615, Almando Bucklin-Buck279, Matilda A Bucklin-Buck3616, Melissa Sarah Bucklin-Buck3617.


Albert Bucklin197 died before 1882. He was born UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck5008. Parents: William Pitt Bucklin-Buck9 and Mary Ann Lilly-Buck65.


Albert Bucklin13,14,97,175 was born on 5 June 1807 in Danby, Rutland County, Vermont.97,175,516 He died on 31 August 1872 at the age of 65 in Danby, Rutland County, Vermont.13,14 He was buried in cemetary at Danby Four Corners.13,14 Albert has reference number Buck1358. Parents: Rufus Bucklin , Jr.-Buck1909 and Harriet Barrows-Buck1357.

Spouse: Sarah Fish-Buck1874. Sarah Fish and Albert Bucklin were married on 8 February 1827 in Danby, Rutland County, Vermont.13,517 They13,517 were married on 8 February 1827. Children were: Silas Bucklin-Buck1830, David Bucklin-Buck1831, Harriet Bucklin-Buck1832, Lucinda Caroline Bucklin-Buck1212, Mary Jane Bucklin-Buck1833, George A Bucklin Cpl.-Buck1834, Susan Bucklin-Buck1289, Charles K. Bucklin-Buck1836.


Albert Bucklin was born in 1812 in New York. He died in January 1850 at the age of 38 in Henry County, Ohio, United States. He has reference number Buck4177. Parents: David Bucklin-Buck1810 and Paulina Gunn-Buck1817.


Albert Bucklin65 was born on 17 February 1823 in Hopkins Mill, Foster, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.65,191 He died on 3 January 1888 at the age of 64 in Glocester, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.65,191,518 He was buried in Morning Star Church Cemetery, Foster, Rhode Island.45,65,518 Albert has reference number Buck2504. He was a Farmer.518 Parents: Jeremiah Pray (Jeremiah P Bucklyn) Bucklin-Buck984 and Abby Potter-Buck1364.

Spouse: Ardelia R Luther-Buck2118. Ardelia R Luther and Albert Bucklin were married in 1850.519 Children were: Albert Allen Bucklin-Buck2275, Susan Ellen Bucklin-Buck1340, George Lewis Bucklin-Buck1348.


Albert Allen Bucklin97 was born on 28 March 1851 in Glocester, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.97,518 He served in the military Co A, 64th NY on 19 August 1864 in Goshen, New York, United States.97,520,521 He served in the military Deserted pvt on 29 September 1864.522 Albert died after June 1910 at the age of 59.97 He has reference number Buck2275. Parents: Albert Bucklin-Buck2504 and Ardelia R Luther-Buck2118.


Albert Arnold Bucklin was born in 1867. He died in 1933 at the age of 66.523 He has reference number Buck2788. Parents: Ebenezer Bucklin-Buck2787 and Ann Levicy Kimball-Buck4629.

Children were: Albert James Bucklin-Buck2789.


Albert Harland Bucklin was born on 7 January 1906 in Sanford, York, Maine, United States. He died of automobile accident on 20 June 1966 at the age of 60 in Andover, Oxford, Maine, United States. He has reference number Buck4802. Parents: William Otis Bucklin-Buck1684 and Nettie S Palmer-Buck4795.

Spouse: Gilda Leona LaRose-Buck4829. Gilda Leona LaRose and Albert Harland Bucklin were married on 10 March 1926 in Maine, United States. Children were: Harland Roger Bucklin-Buck4830, Living.


Albert James Bucklin was born on 15 November 1896. He died on 13 March 1991 at the age of 94 in Rumford, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.523 He has reference number Buck2789. Parents: Albert Arnold Bucklin-Buck2788.

Children were: Living, Bertha M (Bee) Bucklin-Buck2791.


Albert Lewis Bucklin was born on 30 May 1885 in Grafton, Grafton, New Hampshire. He died on 20 January 1966 at the age of 80 at Laconia Hospital in Laconia, Belknap, New Hampshire. He was buried after 20 January 1966 in Homeland Cemetery, Bristol, New Hampshire. Albert has reference number Buck3475.

Spouse: Eva Annie Keniston-Buck3801. Eva Annie Keniston and Albert Lewis Bucklin were married on 23 March 1908. Children were: Lyle Merlin Bucklin-Buck2878, Living.


Albert Lyle Bucklin was born on 10 April 1902 in Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan, United States.524 He appeared in the census in 1910 in Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan, United States.525 He appeared in the census in 1920 in Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan, United States.526 Albert appeared in the census in 1930 in Bedford, Calhoun, Michigan, United States.527 He died on 28 October 1978 at the age of 76 in East Grand Rapids, Kent, Michigan, United States.528 He was buried at Bedford Cemetery in Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan, United States.524 Albert has reference number Buck2628. Parents: George E Bucklin-Buck2270 and Nellie M Ewer-Buck2623.

Spouse: Cecil Fern Rounds-Buck2639. Children were: Raymond L Bucklin-Buck2640.


Albert M Bucklin529 was born about 1838. He lived in Grafton County, New Hampshire in 1886.530 He died on 16 December 1906 at the age of 68 in Alexandria, Grafton, New Hampshire, United States. Albert has reference number Buck1652. Parents: James M Bucklin-Buck842 and Lydia Tucker-Buck1331.

Spouse: Polly Rollins-Buck1468. Polly Rollins and Albert M Bucklin were married on 4 March 1858. Children were: Ebenezer Perley Bucklin-Buck1469, George A Bucklin-Buck1470, Alpheus S Bucklin-Buck1471.


Alberta M Bucklin was born on 12 August 1905 in Boone County, Illinois, United States.531 She appeared in the census in 1910 in Belvidere, Boone, Illinois, United States.532 She appeared in the census in 1920 in Belvidere, Boone, Illinois, United States.533 Alberta died on 3 August 2003 at the age of 97 in Rockford, Winnebago, Illinois, United States.531 She was buried in Belvidere, Boone, Illinois, United States.531 She has reference number Buck2612. Parents: Charles Leon Bucklin-Buck2350 and Neva C Schwebke-Buck2609.


Albigence B (Alby) Bucklin534 was born on 10 February 1832 in Ohio.535,536 He appeared in the census in September 1857 in Twp 115 Range 18 Dakota County, Minnesota Territory, United States.537 He moved to in Minnesota in 1858535 Alby appeared in the census on 8 July 1860 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.538 On 8 July 1860 he was a farmer in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.538 Registered with the draft board.539 Occupation listed: Farmer He appeared in the census on 1 June 1865 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.540 Alby appeared in the census on 19 July 1870 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.541 On 20 July 1871, he obtained land, in Wright County, Minnesota.542 80 Acres Twp 119-N Range 25-W section 22. He appeared in the census on 1 May 1875 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.543 Alby appeared in the census on 1 June 1880 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.544 On 1 June 1880 he was a farmer in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.544 He appeared in the census on 20 June 1895 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.545 Alby had his estate probated in 1897 in Wright County Probate Court, Minnesota, United States.546 He lived in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States in 1897.547 He died on 8 October 1897 at the age of 65 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.548,549 Alby has reference number Buck11. He moved to in Michigan 550 He was buried at Elmwood Cemetery in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.551 Records and statements made by his grand daughter Marie to the Joseph Bucklin Society state the facts in the following six paragraphs.

Albigence was called "Alby". This is the person Leonard Alby Bucklin was named for. Albigence was raised by his older brothers Mahlon and William Pitt, after their parents died. When Alby was 14 years old, he and his brother Brayton ran away from the home of their older brother Mahlon. He ran away with Brayton to LaGrange, Indiana. This information is from a written record made by Albigence's son George.

Albigence probably was born in Michigan because that is where brother Mahlon and William Pitt lived most of their lives, and where it is reported their father died. However, Alby's father (Albigence) who was born in New York, moved westward several times, going to Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan.

Albigence (Alby) married Rebecca [Dyer] Leeper in Indiana about 1852, then moved with Rebecca to Hastings, MN, in 1855; where Rebecca died. Alby then married Marrietta Catherine Standish Crawford after her husband died.

From Hastings, Alby moved to homestead at Rockford MN, which was the place where he died.

A year after the birth of the first son the family started out for the Minnesota Territory in covered wagons. Rebecca was seven months pregnant at the time, and they arrived in Hastings, MN, in time for the birth of the son Charles.

Hastings, MN, had a group of Bucklins, known locally as the Bucklin colony. It included members of the Dyer family. The Bucklin colony men worked together. Some of them left their families in Hastings in 1855 and headed for the area of the Big Rock Ford on the Crow River, where they understood there were good timber claims to be claimed. They went to Lake Harriet (now within Minneapolis) and took Brissett's road to the Big Rock Ford: called that because of a huge granite rock in the river. This was later the boundary between Hennepin and Wright Counties and was the reason for the name of the city of Rockford, MN. The claim of Alby and other Bucklins was about 4 miles from the ford in the river.

The claim referred to above is the place which his son George Brayton Bucklin used for the small model of a log cabin which was used under the Christmas tree in the home of Leonard Alby Bucklin.

A picture of Albigence, drawn in charcoal, has been preserved within the Bucklin family line. The tradition is that Rebecca died as a result of a Indian uprising and that then Albigence was mindful that he had no picture of Rebecca for him and the children to remember her. He hired an artist to draw the picture of himself, so that the children would at least have the picture of him, as a remembrance.

Rebecca wrote an interesting poem about the location of her family, about 1859. The poem is kept in the Bucklin Society documentary depository.

After Rebecca died, Alby married Marietta Catherine Standish Crawford, after her husband, Oshea Crawford, died

A poem by his wife Rebecca (see materials on her) mentions Alby making a homestead claim on the North Fork of the Crow. The The Crow River, North Fork flows southeast from Lake Koronis for about 125 miles until it joins the Mississippi River at Dayton. The river deepens and widens as it nears the Mississippi, meandering in a floodplain that is sometimes more than a mile wide. The North and South forks join near Rockford. The Berning Mill Dam The North Fork was once flanked by the "big woods," a thick forest of maple, basswood, elm and other hardwoods. The early settlers found plenty of timber but little land naturally cleared (as was the case in southern Minnesota Hastings area, which had prarie and little timber). The Crow River was named by the Ojibwe Indians for the bird they called the "marauder of newly planted corn." Considered a sacred hunting ground by the Indians, the forest later attracted white trappers. Today there is still abundant fish and wildlife in the river corridor. The North Fork first experienced white settlement in 1851, with people building their homes near the site of Dayton. Several lumber mills operated along the river as the forest was cleared for agriculture. Steamboats were the only means of hauling passengers and freight during the early 1850's. Paddle-wheel boats brought provisions from St. Anthony Falls to Dayton where the goods were transferred to rowboats and carried up the river. Rowboats regularly ran supplies from Dayton to Rockford for about two years. In May 1851, when the river was high, the steamboat, "Governor Ramsey" paddled to Rockford, farther upstream than any other steamboats had traveled.

It helps us understand the times in which Alby and his wife Rebecca (died 1860) lived to know the history of Indian affairs of the time. In 1852, the area from the Crow River on the south to the Clearwater River on the north was proposed as a reservation for the Winnebago Indians and they moved in there, only to be told the federal government had changed its mind. Meanwhile, in southern Minnesota, the Sioux were being moved about by the federal government. It was in August 1862, that the Sioux Uprising began. It ended by Christmas, 1862 with 500 whites killed, 2000 Sioux under guard and 38 hanged at one time in Mankato, and all Sioux treaties abrogated and the Sioux moved out of Minnesota.

When you read of Alby settling in Dakota County, keep in mind that for the Minnesota Territory of 1841 to 1851, the County of Dakota was 100 miles north to south and reached from the Mississippi River on the east to the Missouri River on the west. The first settlers in Dayton, on the bank of the Mississippi, were in 1851. The first settler inland from the Mississippi in the area was in 1855. The original settlers were mostly French, who had come down from Canada.
Parents: Albigence G (Alba) Bucklin-Buck297 and Cynthia Lilly-Buck301.

Spouse: Rebecca Leeper-Buck12. Rebecca Leeper and Albigence B (Alby) Bucklin were married on 9 January 1852 at residence of J.B. Sackett, Minister in Prairie Ronde, Michigan. Witnesses were Frederick P. Sackett and Alsophine P. Sackett. Record Number Liber A Page 111 Van Buren County, State of Michigan (copy in possession of Leonard Bucklin) Children were: George Brayton Bucklin-Buck33, Udoris Bucklin-Buck18, Charles Preston Bucklin-Buck14, Ernest Leroy Bucklin-Buck17, Florence Rebecca Bucklin-Buck16.

Spouse: Marietta Catherine Standish-Buck50. Marietta Catherine Standish and Albigence B (Alby) Bucklin were married after 1860. Children were: Viola Bucklin-Buck2909.


Albigence G (Alba) Bucklin552 moved to in Dundaff, Luzerne, Pennsylvania, United States in 1804552 He appeared in the census in 1810 in Clifford, Luzerne, Pennsylvania, United States.553,554 M 16-25: 1
F under 10: 3
F 16-25: 1
F over 45: 1 (possibly Cynthia's mother) There is a record of land sold, by he in Dundaff, Susquehanna, Pennsylvaniain 1814.555 Albigence sold the log house, first dwelling built in Dundaff to James Coyle. A burying-ground was in the rear. In August 1816, Alba obtained land, in Dundaff, Susquehanna, Pennsylvania.556 In 1820, he obtained land, in Bucyrus, Crawford, Ohio, United States. He mill stones in 1823 in Bucyrus, Crawford, Ohio, United States.557 The Nail mill in Galion, Ohio was built about 1823. James Nail contracted with Albigence Bucklin to make the mill stones. Alba Schoolhouse erected in 1824 in Bucyrus, Crawford, Ohio, United States.558 Bricks were made by Albigence Bucklin, his brickyard being at the rear of his lot. He died in October 1831 in Mottville, St. Joseph, Michigan. He was buried in October 1831 at Mottville Twp Cemetery in Mottville, St. Joseph, Michigan.201 Headstone reads Alby G Oct 1831. It is reported that the age is unreadable. Alba was born UNKNOWN in New York. He has reference number Buck297. Probably born in either New York or in Pennsylvania, Albigence seems to have moved west, involved in moves of his father to Pennsylvania and his own family further west to Ohio and Michigan. A family record note says he was killed near Wells, Ohio, about 1830, when he was en route with his family to Dwajack, Michigan.

See also of more information http://marnweeks.com/getperson.php?personID=I0047&tree=NB

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Probably born in either New York or in Pennsylvania, Albigence seems to have moved west, involved in moves of his father to Pennsylvania and his own family further west to Ohio and Michigan. A family record note says he was killed near Wells, Ohio, about 1830, when he was en route with his family to Dwajack, Michigan.

See also of more information http://marnweeks.com/getperson.php?personID=I0047&tree=NB Parents: Benjamin Bucklin-Buck2338 and Elizabeth Brayton-Buck295.

Spouse: Cynthia Lilly-Buck301. Cynthia Lilly and Albigence G (Alba) Bucklin were married UNKNOWN. Children were: Ester Bucklin-Buck259, Cynthia Bucklin-Buck7, Austin Bucklin-Buck3, Elizabeth Bucklin-Buck8, Almeda Bucklin-Buck4, William Pitt Bucklin-Buck9, Mahlon Bucklin-Buck6, Polly Bucklin-Buck5, Brayton Bucklin-Buck10, Albigence B (Alby) Bucklin-Buck11.


Alby Brayton Bucklin was born in August 1860 in Minnesota.559 He appeared in the census in 1870 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.560 He appeared in the census in 1875 in Wright County, Minnesota, United States.561 Alby appeared in the census in 1880 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.562 Between 1882 and 1906 he was a Storekeeper in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.563,564 He lived in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States before 1894.565 Alby appeared in the census in 1905 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.1 He lived in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States on 16 January 1906.566 He moved to in Lankershim, California before 1 April 1925567 Alby died on 25 December 1925 at the age of 65 in Los Angeles County, California, United States.2,568 He has reference number Buck93. He was also known as A. B. Bucklin. Alby was buried at Grand View Memorial Park in Los Angeles County, California, United States.2
According to the 1905 Minnesota census, Alby B Bucklin, age 44, and his wife Rhoda A, age 38, were living in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota. Four children were listed: Frank E 19, Carson E 15, Robert A 15, and Edna M 5. All were born in Minnesota except for Rhoda, born in Illinois.

The family of his cousin George Brayton Bucklin was listed on the same page, lines 1420+. Parents: Brayton Bucklin-Buck10 and Catherine A Farrow-Buck2153.

Spouse: Rhoda Ann Abbott-Buck4215. Rhoda Ann Abbott and Alby Brayton Bucklin were married before 1885. Children were: Frank B Bucklin-Buck2301, Carson E Bucklin-Buck2302, Robert A Bucklin-Buck2303, Edna M Bucklin-Buck4216.


Alden Bucklin Sr.58,113,208,487 was born on 28 February 1780 in Coventry, Kent County, Rhode Island.56,58,488 He lived in Fairfield, Herkimer County, New York in 1790.569 He was elected as elected first supervisor of Philadelphia. on 5 March 1822 in Philadelphia, Jefferson, New York, United States.570 Alden had his estate probated in 1838 in of father John Bucklin in New York.571 He appeared in the census in 1860 in Fairfield, Herkimer, New York, United States.159 He died on 10 March 1873 at the age of 93 in Stow, Summit, Ohio, United States.572 Alden died on 10 March 1873 at the age of 93 in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.54 He died on 1 March 1875 at the age of 95 in Illinois.208,573 He has reference number Buck68. Leonard Bucklin note: I do not think Alden died in the state of Ohio. When he was 84 he was still living in Herkimer County, where he had lived almost all of his life. There is a Town (think like a subdivision of a county) named "Ohio" (and one named Florida, and one named Norway and one named Russia et cetera ad infinitim) in the county of Herkimer, NY. There may well be a burial in the Town of Ohio, and people have gotten an Alden Bucklin of the state of Ohio confused with this Alden.

Phildelphia, Herkimer County, NY was generally a Quaker settlement.

Note by his grandson says that Alden and his brother John settled at a Quaker settlement at Philadelphia, NY, but inconsistently the same note says Alden was in the Militia in 1812.
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[STE10110.GED] "Jefferson County History, New York", Emerson, 1898, p 755
LeRay Township finally divided in 1821 and Philadelphia Twp. taken
off. At first town meeting of Philadelphia 1822, Alden Bucklin elected


supervisor and one of assessors. Among the prominent & well known
characters in connection with history of town (Phila., NY)

It is probable that Alden and Mercy divoreced. Alden married his brother John Bucklin's widow, and later Mercy is still found in census records. [Anderson0208.FTW]

Some records show he had 9 children, plus 4 by second wife. One source shows an Olsen Bucklin, who may have been a son, but may have died young as not shown in 1800 census.

Paul Anderson's note: info. on leaving Mercy for John's wife confusing - other records show second wife with different name... recheck to make sure reference is correct.

1800 Census shows Fairfield, with wife under 25 and daughter.
One source shows d.o.b. 3/19/1873; Herkimer Democrat 3/26/1873; died at the home of his son in Ohio 3/10/1873 age 93 yr 19 days.

His father's will left his house in Philadelphia to him (one source showed Pamelia). 1820 census shows him in LaRay, Jefferson County, NY with wife and 7 children.

Supervisor and assessor in 1822 in Philadelphia, Jefferson Co per Phillis Smith 7/97 . Jefferson Co, NY web page shows him listed as "early settler" ; He and brother, David W. Cole shown as Head of households prior to 1850.

(Anderson notes that Ira Cole's (#91) grandson was living in LaRay when executor of Ira's will in late 1980's

(see Anderson source files). Mercy: Source 11: married at Little Falls, probably her home, they lived for awhile in Fairfield (1800 census= wife under 25 and young daughter). 1820 shows 7 children "presumable (she) died a few years later". Her husband Alden married his brother John's widow in 1828... Father was Youngs Ketchum, Barnes Corners, where she was married, is about 15 miles from Fowler, where some of her children were born Philinda: was widow of Alden's brother John. Alden left his wife Mercy according to family records and married Philinda (see note #886) others that Mercy died. Source X11: "m. probably 1813 when she was 19, and John was 22 (b.1794?...) Source X12: when John died/Alden arrives, she has 6 kids and John Sr. age 74 Source X14: she was 71 in 1864, i.e. 91 when she died... Note: she would have been 41 when Benjamin was born.

Anderson spent many years on family genealogy, but mistakenly showed Alden as son of David and Abigail, but other records confirm Alden was grandson. Alden's parents were John and Leah. His autobiography was printed in Dayton OH in 1948 (some excerpts, by Clarice Van Horn in #8's files dated 1982)

A letter from Alden's niece Caroline August Waterman (daughter of Sarah Bucklin) written at Newport,NY 9/19/1864 to her husband, detailed a trip by horse and carriage from the railroad at Little Falls, NY to the house of her uncle Alden Bucklin says: " Had an opportunity to go up to Unlce Alden's where we arrived just before dark, having lcimbed the worst hills and the longest road that aI ever did in my life." [alden was 84 and Philinda was 71]
"[They were] entertianing several counsins. Found the family as well as usual. Uncle's health being quite good with the exception of rheumatiism, being quite lame at times, but he likes a joke as well as ever he did. I was somewhat disappointe din the appearance of my mother's old home, excellent land, but dear me, how hard it would be for me now to reconsice myself to such a place as that. It was difficult to make myself think that my mother ever liverd there, that her youthful days were spent on that spot on earth - pleasnt in summer but so cold and bleak in winter. But home is home and hers was as dear to her as to anyone I ever knew." [Papers of Richard Anderson]. This reference to her "mother's old home" fits as being the home of her grandfather John,in whose home her mother would have lived. This is because in the 1838 will of John: John Jr.'s widow with her second husband, and Alden were given John's house. Parents: John Bucklin Captain-Buck2958 and Leah Capron Scott-Buck2335.

Spouse: Mercy Ketchum-Buck1316. Mercy Ketchum and Alden Bucklin Sr. had marriage intentions recorded on 31 December 1798[Place Details]in Barnes Corners, Oneida, New York, United States.58,245 They58,245 were married on 1 January 1799 in Barnes Corners, Lewis, New York.574,575 They574,575 were divorced. Children were: Lurancy Jane Bucklin-Buck827, Mary L Bucklin-Buck828, John Beardsley Bucklin-Buck3022, Amarilla Bucklin-Buck2309, Alden Bucklin Jr.-Buck829, Angeline Bucklin-Buck830, Sarah Frances Bucklin-Buck1341, Eliza Jane Bucklin-Buck2314, Henry Harrison Bucklin-Buck2313, William D. Bucklin-Buck2315, Sarah F. Bucklin-Buck1660.

Spouse: Philinda Barnes-Buck2414. Philinda Barnes and Alden Bucklin Sr. were married on 18 November 1828.58,115 They58,115 were married in 1829 in Little Falls, Herkimer, New York.113,161 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Relationship] Children were: Andrew Jackson Bucklin-Buck1347, Napoleon B. Bucklin-Buck834, Marion Bucklin-Buck835, Benjamin F Bucklin-Buck2222, Napoleon Bucklin-Buck3144.


Alden Bucklin Jr.54,58,59,60 was born on 27 January 1807 in Jefferson County, New York.57,115,487,573 He appeared in the census in 1850 in Rossie, St. Lawrence, New York, United States.241 He appeared in the census in 1860 in Fairfield, Herkimer, New York, United States.159 Alden appeared in the census in 1880 in Fowler, St. Lawrence, New York. He died on 22 January 1890 at the age of 82 in Fowler, St. Lawrence, New York.57,58,576,577 He was buried in 1890 in Fullerville Cemetery, St. Lawrence County, New York.58,155 Alden was a Farmer.58 He has reference number Buck829. [Anderson0208.FTW]:from St. Lawrence Co. Gazetteer: "leased 176 acre farm in the town of Flower." Richard Anderson suggests researchers should contact "a friend of his for info: Bruce Cole, Ref Librarian. Crandall Lib, Glens Falls, NY 12801."

On 7/17/98, Richard E. Anderson (#1) visited Fullerville Cemetery (adjacent to route 58 and Fullerville Road) and found his gravestone located in the center toward the back; buried with wife Julia, 1827-1903.

Gouverneur Herald: 1/22; age 83 years 10 months.... Dates on head stone - age 82 -- d.o.d. or b. may be off...

From Jefferson Co WEB page 2/2000:
Settlement began slowly, with the first settler arriving about 1804. During the first decade, when the part of the area was owned by a group of Pennsylvania Quakers, only a few families a year trickled into the land now occupied by the Town of Philadelphia. Legal controversies stifled early settlement. The three townships of Alexandria, Orleans and Philadelphia were all created in 1821.
Settlements included the principal village of Philadelphia, Sterlingville in the southern part of the town, now swallowed up by the military reservation, and Pogeland, a hamlet long gone. Because of the early owners, the town had at one time a strong Quaker flavor. Parents: Alden Bucklin Sr.-Buck68 and Mercy Ketchum-Buck1316.

Spouse: Hellen Higgins-Buck1335. Hellen Higgins and Alden Bucklin Jr. were married on 18 January 1834 in Philadelphia "Big Bend" Jefferson County, New York.61,245 Children were: Helen May Bucklin-Buck2321, Ann Eliza Bucklin-Buck2322, Jane Ann Bucklin-Buck1337, Lucina Bucklin-Buck2383.

Spouse: Julia Rebecca Bonfy-Buck1336. Julia Rebecca Bonfy and Alden Bucklin Jr. were married about 1850 in Philadelphia, Jefferson, New York, United States.61,245,246 Children were: Mary Rebecca Bucklin-Buck2082, Henry B Bucklin-Buck2325.


Alden Bucklin57,58 was born before 1870.58 Between 1891 and 1919 he was a Photographer in Southern Minnesota.578 He has reference number Buck3148. Parents: Napoleon Bucklin-Buck3144 and Living.


Aldene Marie Bucklin was born on 17 December 1910 in Perkins, South Dakota, United States. She died on 11 October 1992 at the age of 81 in Sandpoint, Bonner, Idaho, United States.579 She was buried at Pinecrest Memorial Park in Sandpoint, Bonner, Idaho, United States.579 Aldene has reference number Buck4409. Parents: Elmer Wayne Bucklin-Buck4407 and Mary Anna Fleming-Buck4408.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Alexander Hollis Bucklin was born on 23 June 1880 in Kansas City, Jackson, Missouri, United States.580 He lived in Cassia, Idaho about 1917.580 He died on 17 December 1943 at the age of 63 in Vista, San Diego, California, United States. Alexander has reference number Buck1653. Parents: Hollis Fuller Bucklin-Buck2052 and Laura Sophia Culver-Buck2059.


Alfred A Bucklin581 was born on 29 April 1836.581 He served in the military PA, Co C, 145th Infantry on 26 August 1862.581,582,583,584 He died on 2 June 1899 at the age of 63.581 Alfred has reference number Buck2225.