Isaac Bucklin13,14 was born on 30 October 1699 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.13,686 He lived in 1736.1754 He died about 1 March 1764 at the age of 64 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.13 Isaac was buried on 9 March 1764 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.90 He has reference number Buck406. Parents: Isaac Bucklin-Buck249 and Mary Marsh-Buck256.

Spouse: Sarah Whipple-Buck1859. Sarah Whipple and Isaac Bucklin had marriage intentions recorded on 6 January 1721/2[Place Details]in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.1620 Issac of Rehoboth and Sarah Whipple of Attleboro They1620 were married on 8 March 1721/2 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.13,1620,1755 Children were: Amie Bucklin-Buck907, Leah Bucklin-Buck1947, Israel Bucklin-Buck1945, Nathaniel Bucklin-Buck1857, Amos Bucklin-Buck1948.


Isaac Bucklin13,14 was born in 1753.14,1081,1756 Isaac's birthdate is likely prior to his parent's marriage. Lucy would only have been 15 in 1753. Lucy and Nathaniel were married in May of 1755. The next child, Rufus was born in November 1755, less than the typical 9 month pregnancy. - CSBucklin 11/27/2018 He signed a will on 16 December 1826.1757 Isaac lists the following people in his will:
Marial White, Henrietta White, Tuly Ann Betts, Emily Betts and Lucinda Caroline Low, children of my daughter, Hannah deceased.

Sylvanus
Daniel
Anna C Hurd wife of Albert H Hurd
Rhoda Storm wife of John Storm He died on 16 November 1831 at the age of 78 in New York.1758 Isaac was buried in Spiegletown Cemetery, Rensselaer, Renssalaer, New York.1758,1759 He lived in Schaghiticoke, New York.1759 He has reference number Buck1233. [RIK10111W.FTW]
[RIK10111a.GED]
1751 Rehobeth?[RIK10111b.GED]
Parents: Nathaniel Bucklin-Buck1857 and Lucy Fuller-Buck1860.

Spouse: Rhoda Leland-Buck1379. Rhoda Leland and Isaac Bucklin were married UNKNOWN.1081 Children were: Daniel Bucklin-Buck3790, Anna Bucklin-Buck3794, Hannah Bucklin-Buck3795, Isaac Bucklin-Buck3807, Sylvanus Bucklin-Buck1235, Rhoda Bucklin-Buck3901, Lucinda Bucklin-Buck1360.


Isaac Bucklin was born on 5 June 1764 in Hopkins Mill, Foster, Providence, Rhode Island, British America.131 He died on 10 November 1764 at the age of 0 in Hopkins Mill, Foster, Providence, Rhode Island, British America.131,800 He has reference number Buck1065. Parents: Squire Bucklin-Buck314 and Hopestill Ballou-Buck1987.


Isaac Bucklin was born in 1781. He died UNKNOWN. He was buried UNKNOWN. Isaac has reference number Buck3807. Parents: Isaac Bucklin-Buck1233 and Rhoda Leland-Buck1379.


Isaac Bucklin was born on 31 May 1790 in Guilford, Windham, Vermont, United States.1760 He died on 8 April 1791 at the age of 0 in Guilford, Windham, Vermont, United States.1760,1761 He was also known as Isaac Bucklen.1760,1761 Isaac has reference number Buck558. He was buried in Carpenter Cemetery, Carpenter Hill Road, (between West Guilford and Guilford Center) Vermont.1761 Parents: Rev Benjamin Bucklin-Buck1875 and Patience Horton-Buck1927.


Isaac Bucklin1762 was born in 1790 in Adams, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States.1763 He died on 10 August 1826 at the age of 36 in Lanesboro, Massachusetts.1764 He has reference number Buck2012. Parents: Jeremiah Bucklin-Buck2028 and Rhoda Eaton-Buck3009.

Spouse: Achsah Wilmarth-Buck2013. Achsah Wilmarth and Isaac Bucklin were married on 8 January 1812 in Cheshire, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States. Children were: Jerusha Bucklin-Buck3168, Olive Bucklin-Buck2014, Jane M Bucklin-Buck2015, Anson C Bucklin-Buck257.


There are some very strong family traditions which have been passed down through the Buckland family to the present generation. The strongest is that of the importance of a college education. Isaac Buckland and his son, RJW Buckland, were broad minded (for their day) and saw the importance of a “scientific education”. RJWB even sent his daughter, Genevieve, to Vassar in the 1870s ! She went on to marry Frank L. Crawford (whose father always regretted not attending college) who founded the girls college preparatory school, Kent Place School in Summit, NJ. in 1894. Genevieve made certain that her daughters were well read and they were allowed to date boys and have freedoms that were unheard of in those days. My grandmother(Dorothy) used to tell of being allowed to go out for moonlight canoe rides alone with a boy when she was in her teens (before 1907)Another family tradition was encouraging girls to be athletic. My grandmother was captain of her basketball team in prep school and college, played field hockey and competed in tennis almost to the Olympic level. All the family members were strong swimmers, canoe paddlers, and climbing the White Mountains in New Hampshire as young children. The family traveled all over Europe in the early 1900’s and spent several winters living in Germany to study German and music. Genevieve passed on her love of drawing and antiques to Lesley. Lesley continued to travel to Europe every other winter to stay in Florence, Italy with friends who were also artists. The Bucklands were known to be tall and large boned people.
Rev Isaac Bucklin was born on 6 October 1794 in Guilford, Windham, Vermont, United States.812 He was ordained on 2 July 1818 in the Baptist church in Arlington Vermont. He lived in Elbridge, New York, United States in 1838.840 Isaac appeared in the census in 1860 in Brutus, Cayuga, New York, United States.1765 He died on 23 October 1875 at the age of 81.1766 He was buried in Weedsport Rural Cemetary, Weedsport, New York.1766 Isaac had his estate probated on 21 March 1876 in Auburn, Cayuga, New York, United States.1767 He was also known as Isaac Bucklen.1767 He lived in Guilford, Windham, Vermont, United States. Isaac has reference number Buck3156. There are some very strong family traditions which have been passed down through the Buckland family to the present generation. The strongest is that of the importance of a college education. Isaac Buckland and his son, RJW Buckland, were broad minded (for their day) and saw the importance of a “scientific education”. RJWB even sent his daughter, Genevieve, to Vassar in the 1870s ! She went on to marry Frank L. Crawford (whose father always regretted not attending college) who founded the girls college preparatory school, Kent Place School in Summit, NJ. in 1894. Genevieve made certain that her daughters were well read and they were allowed to date boys and have freedoms that were unheard of in those days. My grandmother(Dorothy) used to tell of being allowed to go out for moonlight canoe rides alone with a boy when she was in her teens (before 1907)Another family tradition was encouraging girls to be athletic. My grandmother was captain of her basketball team in prep school and college, played field hockey and competed in tennis almost to the Olympic level. All the family members were strong swimmers, canoe paddlers, and climbing the White Mountains in New Hampshire as young children. The family traveled all over Europe in the early 1900’s and spent several winters living in Germany to study German and music. Genevieve passed on her love of drawing and antiques to Lesley. Lesley continued to travel to Europe every other winter to stay in Florence, Italy with friends who were also artists. The Bucklands were known to be tall and large boned people.


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

Spouse: Sarah Smith-Buck3899. Sarah Smith and Rev Isaac Bucklin were married on 6 May 1817. Children were: Sarah Viorna Bucklin-Buck4419, Col Benjamin Isaac Smith Bucklin-Buck1257, Jane Gray Bucklin-Buck4420, John Calvin Bucklin-Buck4421, Cyrenius Metcalf Fuller Bucklin-Buck4422, Rabbi Joseph Wales Bucklin D.D.-Buck1622.


Living (private).


Isaac D Bucklin was born in December 1827 in Shrewsbury, Vermont, United States. He died on 6 February 1834 at the age of 6 in Shrewsbury, Vermont, United States. He has reference number Buck3998. Parents: Alonzo Bucklin-Buck1816 and Anna Lincoln-Buck1820.


Isabel Bucklin364 was born in 1788 in Warren, Massachusetts, United States.364,1297 She died on 20 November 1834 at the age of 46.364,1297 She has reference number Buck1619. Parents: Nathan Bucklin Lt.-Buck1367 and Margaret Gamble-Buck1368.


Isabel Bucklin was born on 30 January 1885 in Harrison, Henry, Ohio, United States. She died in 1971 at the age of 86. She has reference number Buck4279. Parents: Walter Franklin Bucklin-Buck2922 and Olive Florence Vantassel-Buck2923.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Isabel Teresa Bucklin58 was born on 12 July 1880 in Tidioute, Pennsylvania, United States.58,504,1035 She died on 7 August 1962 at the age of 82 in Westfield, New York.58 She has reference number Buck2468. Parents: William Decature Bucklin-Buck2459 and Clara Elizabeth Shearer-Buck2466.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Henry Harrison Clarke-Buck2471, Living, Living, Clara Louise Clarke-Buck2474.


Isabell Bucklin was born in 1850.1725 She died on 5 October 1851 at the age of 1 in West Troy, Rensselaer, New York.1725 She has reference number Buck3999. Parents: Sylvanus Wesley Bucklin-Buck95 and Catherine Louisa (Katie) Cole-Buck2898.


Isabelle F. Bucklin1768 was born in 1872. She died in 1927 at the age of 55. She was buried in Mount St. Mary's Cemetery, Pawtucket, Rhode Island.1769 Isabelle has reference number Buck3276.


Isabelle Frances Bucklin was born on 14 May 1925 in Albany, Albany, New York, United States. She died on 13 October 1996 at the age of 71 in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.106 She has reference number Buck1206. Isabelle never married. Parents: Edward Francis Bucklin-Buck1087 and Ellen (Nellie) Asward-Buck1146.


Israel Bucklin14,90 was born on 2 July 1727 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.14,686 He died on 27 June 1739 at the age of 11 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.14,90,1770 He has reference number Buck1945. Parents: Isaac Bucklin-Buck406 and Sarah Whipple-Buck1859.


J Dunning Bucklin was born on 5 January 1852. He died on 21 July 1881 at the age of 29 in Thomaston, Knox, Maine, United States. He was buried at Thomaston Village Cemetery in Thomaston, Knox, Maine, United States. J has reference number Buck4671. Parents: Jeremiah Bucklin-Buck1521 and Lucretia Mink-Buck1522.

Spouse: Emma Dow-Buck4672. Emma Dow and J Dunning Bucklin were married on 19 February 1879. Children were: Robert Stowe Bucklin-Buck4673, Edith Helen Bucklin-Buck4674.


Living (private).


Living (private).


Living (private).


Living (private).


J. W. Bucklin1771 lived in Ripley, Dodge, Minnesota, United States in 1905.1771 He/she has reference number Buck3565.


J.J. Bucklin was born before 1888. There is a record of him, in Building Permit, Clay County, Indiana on 14 April 1898.1772 He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck1276.


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


Jabez Bucklin was born on 27 August 1764 in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, British America.1072,1773 He appeared in the census in 1790 in Providence, Rhode Island.1774 He died in September 1800 at the age of 36 in Providence, Rhode Island.1775 There was a magazine article about Jabez: death notice at Providence Gazette in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States on 27 September 1800.787 He has reference number Buck105. Parents: Daniel Bucklin Capt.-Buck336 and Elizabeth Carpenter-Buck106.

Spouse: Mary Bishop-Buck104. Mary Bishop and Jabez Bucklin were married on 15 April 1787 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. They had marriage intentions recorded on 15 April 1787 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.25 Jabez of Providence and Mary Bishop of Rehoboth Children were: William Bucklin Capt-Buck304, George Bucklin-Buck608.


Jackson J Bucklin was born in 1830 in New York. He appeared in the census in 1830 in Mina, Chautauqua, New York, United States.500 He died before 1868 at the age of 38. Jackson has reference number Buck2686. Parents: Francis Brayton Bucklin-Buck81 and Elizabeth Titus-Buck2455.

Spouse: Cordelia S Whitman-Buck2960. Cordelia S Whitman and Jackson J Bucklin were married on 16 January 1850 in Jackson, Michigan, United States.1776 Children were: Sarah J Bucklin-Buck1966, Rodney A Bucklin-Buck2979, Calla S Bucklin-Buck2980.


Living (private). Parents: Cpl. Brock Lyle Bucklin-Buck3495.


Jacob Bucklin956 was born before 1852.956 He died after 1862 at the age of 10.956 He has reference number Buck2263. Jacob served in the military.99,1777


Living (private).


James Bucklin299 was born UNKNOWN.299 He died UNKNOWN.299 He has reference number Buck2146.

Spouse: Phebe P Warren-Buck2147. Children were: Herbert L Bucklin-Buck2207.


Living (private).


Living (private).


Living (private).


Living (private).


Living (private). Parents: Donald P Bucklin-Buck2828 and Lois Adell Lawson-Buck2424.


James Bucklin Sr was born on 3 July 1669 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.769,1778 He is on a list of inhabitants of Rehoboth belonging to Mr. Greenwood's church on 17 October 1711 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.770 Before 1738, he obtained land, in Mill at falls at Pawtucket, Rhode Island.1779 James died on 9 September 1738 at the age of 69 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.1780 He was buried in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts. He lived in Pawtucket, North Providence, Rhode Island.1781 James has reference number Buck248. Parents: Joseph Bucklin Sr.-Buck99 and Deborah Allen-Buck120.

Spouse: Mary Yeales-Buck1941. Mary Yeales and James Bucklin Sr were married on 2 October 1708.14 They14 had marriage intentions recorded on 2 October 1708 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.1782 James of Rehoboth and Mary Yields of Weymouth Children were: James Bucklin 2nd-Buck115, Naoma Bucklin-Buck402, Timothy Bucklin-Buck403, Mary Bucklin-Buck404, Nehemiah Bucklin-Buck405, John Bucklin.


James Bucklin67 was born in 1671.67 He died in 1738 at the age of 67.67 He was buried in Newman Cemetery, East Providence, Rhode Island.47,67 James has reference number Buck971.


James Bucklin 2nd was born on 26 April 1709 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.143,1783 In 1747, he obtained land, in Mill at falls at Pawtucket, Rhode Island.1784 He died in 1780 at the age of 71 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.1785 There was a magazine article about James: death notice at Providence Gazette on 6 May 1780.1785 James, in 71st year, at Rehoboth. He has reference number Buck115. He was also known as mill owner. John G. Erhardt, in Rehoboth, Province of ye Massachusetts Bay 1692-1776, recites James Bucklen Jr. Purchases Corn Mill On East Side Of Pawtucket Falls as follows..

James Bucklen, Jr. was born on 26 April, 1709 of Mr. James3 & Mary (Fields) Bucklen in Pawtucket in Rehoboth, Province of the~Massachusetts Bay. On 5 September, 1738, Mr. James3 Bucklen Senior willed to his son James4 Bucklen Junior (Will: Bk ~f 9. p. 170-2), (see page 402)

"My Right in that tract of Land called the ox pasture in the sd Rehoboth and also my Right in the Mill place at Patucket falls in 5d town, and I give unto him my son James4 the one half of my 5d Barn. Also I hive and diuise unto him my 5d son James Buckler and to my beloved son Timothy4 Bucklen - to be equally Divided betwixt them my Dwelling House and my homestead where I now Dwell in the Town of Rehoboth together with all the rest of my Lands and meadow that are not herein before Disposed of, both the town of Rehoboth and Attleboro with the appurtenances there unto belonging."

James3 Bucklen Senior died in Rehoboth, Province of the Massachusetts Bay on 9 September 1738. James4 Bucklen Junior was the sole executor of the will.

James4 Bucklen in 1747 commenced the purchase of the Corn Mill on the east side of the Pawtucket Falls in Rehoboth, Province of the Massachusetts Bay. He purchased one-half from Samuel & Experience Smith, one fourth from William Jenks of Providence, Colony of Rhode Island and the final one-fourth from Ebenezer Jencks of Providence, Colony of Rhode Island in 1750. The purchases were as follows:

On 26th March 1747, Samuel & Experience Smith of Rehoboth. for L150, sold James4 Bucklen of Rehoboth (Deed: Bk # 39. p. 411—412), "one-half of a Corn Mill scituated in Rehoboth at ye falls called ‘Petucket falls . Together with ye water and water course to ye said mill, with one-half of all other priveledges to said Mill & one fourth of an acre of land next to the mill."

On the 6th of March, 1747, Henry & Samuel. Smith of Rehoboth, for L25, sold James Bucklen of Rehoboth (Deed: Bk # 39. p. 412-3), one acre of Land in Rehôboth, which lyeth near to the Petucket falls (just above ye east side of ye bridge)."

On 9 September, 1749, William Jenks of Providence, Colony of Rhoad Island in New England, Blacksmith, for L200 of Bills of Publick Credit of ye Old Tenor sold James Bucklen of Rehoboth, yeoman (Deed: Bk # 39. p. 413), "the one Quarter Part of a Corn mill scituate in said Rehoboth, at ye falls called Petucket falls. Together with ye one Quarter part of ye Land to 8d mill adjoyning and belong: and a quarter part of ye water and water course to 5d Mill belonging with all ye privelidges and appurtenances to ye said Quarter part belonging or in any wise appurtaining unto him ye said James Bucklen."

On 9 February, 1749/50, Ebenezer Jencks of Providence Esq , for ~.200 Old Tenor sold James4 Bucklen of Rehoboth, yeoman (Deed: Bk # 39. p. 415-6), "one fourth part of a corn mill in Rehoboth at ye falls called Petucket falls. One fourth part of the water and water course to 3d mill."

Thus it appears that Samuel Smith, William Jenks and Ebenezer Jencks had a Grist Mill on the east side of the Pawtucket Falls. And sold it to James4 Bucklin. Parents: James Bucklin Sr-Buck248 and Mary Yeales-Buck1941.

Spouse: Mary Peck-Buck401. Mary Peck and James Bucklin 2nd had marriage intentions recorded on 9 October 1742 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.89,1786 James of Rehoboth and Mary Peck of Barrington They89,1786 were married after 9 October 1742. Children were: James Bucklin , 3rd-Buck572, Nehemiah Bucklin-Buck573, John Cumberland Bucklin-Buck574, Benjamin Bucklin-Buck575, Amey Bucklin-Buck576, Susannah Bucklin-Buck577, Ruth Bucklin-Buck578, Mary Bucklin-Buck579, Sarah Bucklin-Buck580, Henry Bucklin-Buck581, Amelia Bucklin-Buck582, Asa Bucklin-Buck583.


James Bucklin , 3rd was born on 30 November 1743 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.676 He served in the military Revolutionary War in 1775.1787 He died about 1791 at the age of 48. James has reference number Buck572. Parents: James Bucklin 2nd-Buck115 and Mary Peck-Buck401.

Children were: James Bucklin , 4th-Buck3310.


James Bucklin67 was born on 18 November 1770. He was buried in December 1771 in North Burial Ground, Providence, Rhode Island.47,67,133 He died on 27 December 1771 at the age of 1.1788,1789 James has reference number Buck107. Parents: Joseph Bucklin 4th, Capt.-Buck2650 and Zerviah Sabin-Buck129.


James Bucklin was born on 8 May 1773 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.69,678 He died on 6 December 1801 at the age of 28.69 He died on 6 December 1802 at the age of 29.1790 James has reference number Buck586. He was also known as James Bucklen. He was buried at Newman Cemetery in East Providence, Rhode Island, United States. Parents: John Cumberland Bucklin-Buck574 and Amey Arnold-Buck875.

Spouse: Lurana Pierce-Buck597. Lurana Pierce and James Bucklin were married on 7 January 1796 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.1790,1791 James 2d, and Loima Pearce both of Rehoboth, married by Daniel Carpenter, Esq. Children were: James Champlin Bucklin-Buck598.


James Bucklin67 was born in 1774.67 He died in 1802 at the age of 28.67 He was buried in Newman Cemetery, East Providence, Rhode Island.47,67 James has reference number Buck970.


James Bucklin , 4th was born in 1775.1792 alt dob 1773 He died on 2 September 1852 at the age of 77 in Seekonk, Rhode Island, United States.1793 He was also known as James Bucklin.1793 James has reference number Buck3310. The name so James and Amy are listed in the gravestone of their son James, who married Srah Newman. Parents: James Bucklin , 3rd-Buck572.

Spouse: Amy Luther-Buck4218. Amy Luther and James Bucklin , 4th were married. Children were: James Bucklin 5th-Buck3311.


James Bucklin was born on 19 July 1777 in Foster, Providence, Rhode Island, British America.21 In 1817 he was in Chautauqua County, New York.1794 He moved to in Chautauqua County, New York in 18171795 In 1820 James was a hotel owner in Bucklin's Corners, Vermont (now Gerry), Chautauque County, New York. He appeared in the census in 1830 in Gerry, Chautauqua, New York, United States.18 He appeared in the census in 1840 in Gerry, Chautauqua, New York, United States.19 James appeared in the census in 1850 in Gerry, Chautauqua, New York, United States.1796 He lived in Gerry, Chautauqua, New York, United States in 1850.1797 He appeared in the census in 1855 in Gerry, Chautauqua, New York, United States.1609 Residing with his son Lovel and his family. James appeared in the census in 1860 in Gerry, Chautauqua, New York, United States.1798 Living with his son, Lovel and his family. He lived in Gerry, Chautauqua, New York, United States in 1860.529 He died on 14 January 1865 at the age of 87 in Gerry, Chautauqua, New York.1799,1800,1801 James was buried in Gerry Village Cemetery.1802 He has reference number Buck695. There was a James Bucklin, Jr., who was a county commissioner, from Gerry. Also a Willard Bucklin, from Gerry. See Abstract of the Proceedings of the Boards of supervisors of the county of Chautauqua, from its organization to the year 1867 inclusive. Together with a brief historical sketch of the earlier boards and their members; also, a list of county officers, the vote of the several towns, at each presidential election, etc. compiled ... to 1820 ... by Hon. Elial T. Foote. Compiled from 1820 to 1867 from the original records, by Lucius Hurlbut . Chautauqua County (N.Y.) Board of supervisors.vii, [9]-342 p., 1 L. 21cm.Fredonia,Printed for the Board of supervisors, by W. McKinstry & son,1868. at pages 95, 102,124, 128, 142, 151, and 306.

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Source: "History of Gerry, NY" chapter in History of Chautauqua County, New York and Its People John P. Downs - Editor-in-Charge. Fenwick Y.
Hedley Editor-in-Chief. Published By American Historical Society, Inc.
1921

Gerry, Chautauqua Co., NY was once (early 1800's) known as Bucklin's Corners, and was populated by Bucklins (James and son Willard, among
others) that moved from Windham Co., VT. See following source:
history.rays-place.com/ny/chau-gerry.htm Until 1815 the area was an unbroken wilderness up to1815, when several families, all from Vermont, came to start new lives. "Vermont" and "Bucklin's Corners" were the first names attached to the area. The first recognition of the name Vermont to this locality we find in the town records of 1818: "A survey of a road beginning at a pine stump near James Bucklin's house, said stump standing in the highway now designated by the name of Vermont."
However, 1820 James Bucklin opened a hotel which caused the place to be known as "Bucklin's Corners." Bucklin's were early prominent in the Bucklin's Corners area. The first town meeting, in 1830, included the election of Willard Bucklin as one of the two commissioners of highways, and James Bucklin, Jr., as one of the three overseers of poor. (For a period of six years beginning 1856, James Bucklin, Jr., was the supervisor of the substantial Gerry Orphanage, which cared for both children and also aged persons without means for their own support.) However, the postoffice was named "Vermont" until 1876, when Gerry became the name of the postoffice and the village area.

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

Spouse: Martha Aldrich-Buck696. Martha Aldrich and James Bucklin were married UNKNOWN. Children were: Willard Bucklin Sr-Buck3289, Martha Bucklin-Buck1957, Lovel Bucklin-Buck698, Elizabeth (Betsey) Bucklin-Buck1959, James Bucklin-Buck3290, Rebecca Bucklin-Buck1960.


James Bucklin was born on 11 January 1792. He was born on 11 June 1792 in Wallingford, Rutland County, Vermont.1443,1803,1804 He appeared in the census in 1850 in Canton, St. Lawrence, New York, United States.1675 James died on 18 June 1859 at the age of 67 in Plattsburgh, New York, United States.1106 He has reference number Buck2872. Parents: Nathaniel Bucklin Capt.-Buck1942 and Dolly Bishop-Buck1803.

Spouse: Esther Unknown-Buck3136. Esther Unknown and James Bucklin were married after 1826 in Plattsburgh, New York, United States. Children were: Stephen A Bucklin-Buck3364, Henry C Bucklin-Buck2167, Willard Bucklin-Buck2890.

Spouse: Polly Kent-Buck1690. Polly Kent and James Bucklin were married in East Wallingford, Vermont, United States. Children were: Amy Sophronia Bucklin-Buck3665, Elias Kent Bucklin-Buck3647, Nathaniel S Bucklin-Buck3632.


James Bucklin was born on 21 October 1797.1805 He served in the military Major, Michigan Militia in 1838.1806 He died on 17 February 1848 at the age of 50 in Dearborn, Michigan.645 Death notice in The Detroit Free Press dated 21 Feb 1848 states that James has held several important county and township offices. James has reference number Buck1714. Parents: William Bucklin-Buck71 and Phebe Hopkins-Buck1633.

Spouse: Laura Hecot-Buck1375. Children were: William Bucklin-Buck968, Almira Bucklin-Buck980, Charles Bucklin First Sgt.-Buck1082, Jane A Bucklin-Buck839, Caroline Bucklin-Buck1288, James H Bucklin-Buck2206.

Spouse: Sarah Dunning-Buck1688. Sarah Dunning and James Bucklin were married on 22 December 1839.645 Children were: Andrew J Bucklin-Buck593, Harriet A. Bucklin-Buck294, Lyman Douglas Bucklin-Buck2211, John H Bucklin-Buck1771.


James Bucklin 5th was born in August 1803 in Massachusetts.133,677,870,1807 alt dob 24 Jul 1802 He appeared in the census in 1850 in Cumberland, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.870 He appeared in the census on 1 June 1865 in East Providence, Rhode Island, United States.1808 James died in June 1873 at the age of 69. He was buried in 1873 in Providence, Rhode Island.133 He has reference number Buck3311. Parents: James Bucklin , 4th-Buck3310 and Amy Luther-Buck4218.

Spouse: Sarah Newman-Buck3410. Sarah Newman and James Bucklin 5th had marriage intentions recorded on 22 November 1823[Place Details].1809 They1809 were married on 5 December 1824 in Seekonk, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.1809 married by John Medbury, Esq. Children were: Bradford S Bucklin-Buck1769, James P Bucklin-Buck1770, Sarah Bucklin-Buck1774, George D Bucklin-Buck3312, Otis Potter Bucklin-Buck2244, Mary Elizabeth Bucklin-Buck2899, William H Bucklin-Buck1074.


James Bucklin was born on 18 September 1805 in Guilford, Windham, Vermont, United States. He appeared in the census in 1850 in Gerry, Chautauqua, New York, United States.530 There is a Sarah Bucklin age 45 recorded in the household. Between 1856 and 1862 he was a Supervisor in Gerry Orphanage, Bucklin's Corners, Vermont (now Gerry), Chautauqua County, New York. Source: "History of Gerry, NY" chapter in History of Chautauqua County, New York and Its People John P. Downs - Editor-in-Charge. Fenwick Y.
Hedley Editor-in-Chief. Published By American Historical Society, Inc.
1921

Gerry, Chautauqua Co., NY was once (early 1800's) known as Bucklin's Corners, and was populated by Bucklins (James and son Willard, among
others) that moved from Windham Co., VT. See following source:
history.rays-place.com/ny/chau-gerry.htm Until 1815 the area was an unbroken wilderness up to1815, when several families, all from Vermont, came to start new lives. "Vermont" and "Bucklin's Corners" were the first names attached to the area. The first recognition of the name Vermont to this locality we find in the town records of 1818: "A survey of a road beginning at a pine stump near James Bucklin's house, said stump standing in the highway now designated by the name of Vermont."
However, 1820 James Bucklin opened a hotel which caused the place to be known as "Bucklin's Corners." Bucklin's were early prominent in the Bucklin's Corners area. The first town meeting, in 1830, included the election of Willard Bucklin as one of the two commissioners of highways, and James Bucklin, Jr., as one of the three overseers of poor. (For a period of six years beginning 1856, James Bucklin, Jr., was the supervisor of the substantial Gerry Orphanage, which cared for both children and also aged persons without means for their own support.) However, the postoffice was named "Vermont" until 1876, when Gerry became the name of the postoffice and the village area.


James appeared in the census in 1857 in Rochester, Olmsted, Minnesota Territory, United States.1193 He died on 23 June 1895 at the age of 89 in Crookston, Polk, Minnesota, United States. He has reference number Buck3290. Parents: James Bucklin-Buck695 and Martha Aldrich-Buck696.

Spouse: Lois Ann Coe-Buck697. Lois Ann Coe and James Bucklin were married UNKNOWN. Children were: James Addison Bucklin-Buck3573, Lewis Wayne Bucklin-Buck2268, Adelaid Bucklin-Buck2478, E Adelle Bucklin-Buck2823.

Spouse: Permelia Maria Whitcomb-Buck3291. Permelia Maria Whitcomb and James Bucklin were married on 20 August 1854 in Putnam, Illinois, United States. Children were: DeForest Bucklin-Buck2826.


James Bucklin was born before 1873. He died after 1873 at the age of 0. He lived in Grafton County, New Hampshire. James has reference number Buck2861. What we know about this James Bucklin comes from a deed in Grafton, NH, to wit: From Charles R. Bissett (Edward Vincent Cronan) to Gustave Freedolph Johnson
Oct. 1935.

A certain tract of land with all the buildings thereon situated in Grafton,
bounded and described as follows: Commencing at a stake and stones at the
Southwest corner of said premises, bounded Westerly by land now or formerly
of David Gile and the highway leading from the old 4th N. H. Turnpike to the
dwelling house of Warren Hardy; Northerly by the highway leading from the
last mentioned highway to the dwelling house formerly owned by James Bucklin
and by land formerly owned by said Bucklin; Easterly by land formerly owned
by James H. Clifford; Southerly by land now or formerly of Jesse G. Hook and
land now or formerly of Franklin Bailey and Westerly by said Bailey to the
bound begun at. Containing three hundred (300) acres of land more or less.
Reserving all the rights that Warren Hardy or Erastus Blanchard had to the
water works running through said farm.

Meaning and intending to convey the same farm conveyed to Charles R. Bissett
by Abby S. Chase et al by deed dated July 28, 1898.

Meaning to convey the same farm conveyed to Abby S. Chase formerly owned by
Benjamin Cole, also by Andrew J. Kidder and wife deed dated Dec. 17, 1873.