|John Carpenter Bucklin was born on 20 September 1776 in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, British America.1072 He served in the military as a first lieutenant in the siege of 1812 in 1812 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. In 1829 he was a Mayor in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States. John died on 5 March 1844 at the age of 67 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States. He was buried at Cave Hill National Cemetery in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States.2032 He has reference number Buck468. BUCKLIN, JOHN C. - He was the first mayor elected under the charter of the "City of Louisville". His term was for one year. He was re-elected annually to serve five consecutive terms from 1828 - 1833. He was a native New Englander and a merchant. (Info from the books, Louisville Panorama by R.C. Riebel and Two Hundred Years at the Falls of the Ohio by George H. Yater)|
In 1829 John C. Bucklin encouraged the City Council to take advantage of the Louisville Charter of 1828 which legislated free schools. The first school opened in 1829 with 250 students. (The centenary of Louisville: a paper. Louisville, Ky.: J.P. Morton and Co., printers to the Filson Club, 1893. by Reuben T Durrett) Parents: Daniel Bucklin Capt.-Buck336 and Elizabeth Carpenter-Buck106.
Spouse: Sarah Smith-Buck4220. Sarah Smith and John Carpenter Bucklin were married on 25 June 1803 in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.2033 Children were: Freelove Bucklin-Buck3341, James Magee Bucklin-Buck1060, Simon Smith Bucklin-Buck1054.
John Carpenter Bucklin67 was born on 30 October 1830.67 He died on 26 January 1910 at the age of 79 in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.67 He was buried in North Burial Ground, Providence, Rhode Island.47,67 John has reference number Buck988. He was also known as John C. Bucklin. Parents: William Bucklin Capt-Buck304 and Mary Church-Buck344.
Spouse: Abby H Bradford-Buck865.
John Charles Bucklin was born in 1844 in Sweden. He died on 15 March 1922 at the age of 78 in Stevens County, Minnesota.2034 He has reference number Buck2843. This John Charles Bucklin was born in Sweden. In the 1860 US Census, he is listed with his parents and siblings. All were born in Sweden and the name is spelled Backlund or Backland.
John Charles Bucklin was born about 1857 in Wood, Ohio, United States. He appeared in the census in 1860 in Weston, Wood, Ohio, United States.1125 He died on 9 February 1904 at the age of 47 in Ohio. John has reference number Buck4205. Many of the records for John C Bucklin have the spelling Buckland. Parents: Charles Bucklin-Buck4178 and Elizabeth McKee Howard-Buck4187.
Spouse: Mary D (Mayme) Myers-Buck4208. Mary D (Mayme) Myers and John Charles Bucklin were married in 1885 in Ohio. Children were: Maude S Bucklin-Buck4209, Mark Bucklin-Buck4214, Guy Allen Bucklin-Buck4217.
John Chester Bucklin was born on 24 April 1904 in Minnesota.666 He died on 18 June 1966 at the age of 62 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California.666 He has reference number Buck3587. Parents: John Charles Bucklin-Buck2843 and Safronia Sarah Bailey-Buck2841.
John Creighton Bucklin299,364,667 was born on 26 April 1834 in Maine.299,364,610 He served in the military MA, Co F, 50th Mil. Infantry Unit on 19 September 1862.299,2035,2036,2037,2038 Must. 4 Oct 1862; must. out 24 Aug 1863. Teamster He lived in Haverhill, Essex, Massachusetts, United States on 19 September 1862.2039 John served in the military NJ, Co H, 12th Infantry Unit on 3 April 1865.299,2040,2041,2042 He died on 29 March 1917 at the age of 82 in Salisbury, Massachusetts, United States.299,2038,2043 He was also known as John Clayton Bucklin.299,2038,2043 John was also known as John C Bucklin.299,2038,2043 He has reference number Buck1256. He was buried in Newton, New Hampshire, United States.2038 Parents: Joseph Coombs Bucklin-Buck1536 and Calista Gardner-Buck2154.
Spouse: Sarah Ann Ellsworth-Buck844. Sarah Ann Ellsworth and John Creighton Bucklin were married on 26 April 1857. Children were: Priscilla G Bucklin-Buck4676, Eunice Deborah Bucklin-Buck4677, Alice Generva Bucklin-Buck4678, Herbert A Bucklin-Buck4679, William Otis Bucklin-Buck1684, Edith Estell Bucklin-Buck1996.
John Cumberland Bucklin67 was born on 25 October 1747 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.67,69,676,1790 He served in the Revolutionary War: on 19 April 1775, , Capt. Phanuel Bishop's Co. 2044 He died on 18 November 1795 at the age of 48 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.47,67,69 There was a magazine article about John: death notice at Providence Gazette on 21 November 1795.1785 John, at Rehoboth, in 49th year He has reference number Buck574. He was also known as John Bucklin. John was also known as John Bucklen. He was buried in Newman Cemetery, East Providence, Rhode Island.47,67 This is probably the John Bucklin who was involved in the partial distruction of the Slater dam in 1792. John claimed mill water rights and that the dam was damaging his operations. Parents: James Bucklin 2nd-Buck115 and Mary Peck-Buck401.
Spouse: Amey Arnold-Buck875. Amey Arnold and John Cumberland Bucklin had marriage intentions recorded on 31 August 1770in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.73 They73 were married on 30 October 1770 in Smithfield Township, Providence, Rhode Island, British America.74 John, 2d, of Rehoboth, son of James, and Anne (sic) Arnold of Smithfield; dau. of Joshua m. by Welcome Arnold, Justice, Oct 30, 1770 Children were: Mary Peck Bucklin-Buck116, James Bucklin-Buck586, Amey Bucklin-Buck587, Joseph Bucklin-Buck2617, Sarah Bucklin-Buck591, Nancy Bucklin-Buck592, Ruth Bucklin-Buck1374, Charlotte Bucklin-Buck594, Minerva Ann Bucklin-Buck595, John Bucklin-Buck2738.
John Ellsworth Bucklin was born on 16 July 1883 in Monticello, Jackson, Iowa, United States.2045 He died in 1945 at the age of 62 in Oregon.2045 He was buried at Valley View Cemetery in Silverton, Marion, Oregon, United States.2045 John has reference number Buck2959. He never married. Parents: John Brayton Bucklin-Buck2685 and Rebecca Stover-Buck2842.
Living (private). Parents: Floyd Earl (Buck) Bucklin-Buck4608 and Bettijo Evans-Buck4610.
Living (private). Parents: Frank Wells Bucklin Jr-Buck2584 and Dyllis Margaret McGill-Buck4486.
John Gallagher Bucklin67 was born about 1857 in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.67 He was educated Brown Univeristy in 1876. He died on 13 February 1904 at the age of 47 in Bristol County, Rhode Island, United States.67 John had his estate probated on 7 March 1904 in Bristol County, Rhode Island, United States. John's bequeaths a present to his cousins: Mary D Nightingale, Jeanette Bucklin, Freelove Davis, Georgia Kittridge, and Anna Aeimer, and to his aunt, Elizabeth Bucklin. He left his estate to the Tucker family with whom he and his father were living in the 1900 Census. He was buried in Swan Point Cemetery, Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island.47,67 He has reference number Buck989. Parents: Simon Smith Bucklin-Buck1054 and Mary Frances Cross-Buck1022.
John H Bucklin was born in 1847. He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck1771. Parents: James Bucklin-Buck1714 and Sarah Dunning-Buck1688.
John Hartwell Bucklin was born on 2 March 1926. He died on 1 September 2015 at the age of 89 in Pinellas, Florida, United States.2046 He has reference number Buck3588. Parents: Harold Stephen Bucklin-Buck950 and Hazel Dodmun Hartwell-Buck953.
Children were: Living.
John Henry Bucklin67 was born in 1822.67 He was born on 29 September 1822. He died in 1830 at the age of 8.67 John was buried in Swan Point Cemetery, Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island.47,67 He has reference number Buck616. Became a millionaire in California according to Representative Men and Old Families of RI Parents: William Bucklin Capt-Buck304 and Mary Church-Buck344.
John Kendrick Bucklin60,117,602 was born on 31 March 1837 in Jefferson County, New York.60,762 He appeared in the census in 1855 in Pinckney, Lewis, New York, United States.1079 He served in the military 5th Heavy Artillery of New York, Company M0 on 12 August 1862.762,2047 John served in the military Disability Discharge - heart disease on 16 December 1862.2048 He appeared in the census in 1880 in Aurora, Steele, Minnesota.1270 In 1880 he was a farmer in Aurora, Steele, Minnesota.1270 John died on 17 March 1910 at the age of 72 in Owatonna, Steele County, Minnesota.60,117,216,602,759,762 A death date of 15 Mar 1910 is given in the Dalby database. He has reference number Buck820. He was buried in Forest Hill Cemetery (no town given), Minnesota.762 Cemetery ID #118 OA 3, Section 8 20 D
BOOK- HISTORY OF STEELE & WASECA COUNTIES, MN., PUBLISHED IN 1887 AURORA TOWNSHIP. J. K. Bucklin, is a well known farmer of Aurora Township. He is a native of Jefferson County, N. Y., born March 31, 1837, and came to Steele County, Minn., in 1864. He now has a fine farm on section 25, and also forty acres in Dodge County, on section 31. He was favored with a good education and on and off followed the profession of teaching for twenty years. He taught the first school in the village of Blooming Prairie in 1869-70. He was married to Mrs. Augusta Pettie, a native of New York. She was the daughter of Diantha (Robbins) and William Lamphier. Her former husband was Hon. Geo.C. Pettie, who was born April 23, 1828, and died January 18, 1865. He was a prominent man, took an active interest in the affairs of his county. He was a member of the first Legislature of Minnesota, serving in 1857-8. He was married to Miss Lamphier October 24, 1852. They had six children: George R., Viola E.,Willis, Ann J., Lewis L., and David C. George, Viola and Willis are married. Ann died in September, 1878, and was buried in Blooming Prairie. Mr. And Mrs.Bucklin have five children: Wayne K., born January 21, 1868; John W.,born November 30, 1870; Effie M., born January 9, 1873; Frank W.,born October 20, 1875, and Lottie E., born December 5, 1880. Mr. Bucklin enlisted, August 12, 1862, in the 5th Heavy Artillery of New York (Company M0 and was discharged December 17, 1862, on account of disability contracted in the service. He was elected town clerk in 1866, serving four years. He was chosen justice of the peace in 1879 and served six years. In 1887 he was again elected, and still retains the office He is a Republican in politics.
[from the Dalby database] Parents: John Beardsley Bucklin-Buck3022 and Almira Holmes Smith-Buck815.
Spouse: Augusta Samantha Lamphier-Buck2840. Augusta Samantha Lamphier and John Kendrick Bucklin were married on 15 May 1867 in Aurora, Steele, Minnesota, United States.60,762,2049 Children were: Wayne K Bucklin-Buck4221, John W Bucklin-Buck4222, Effie May Bucklin-Buck4223, Frank Wells Bucklin-Buck3028, Lottie E Bucklin-Buck3611.
John M Bucklin was born on 19 June 1907 in Rhode Island. He appeared in the census in 1910 in Pawtucket, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.1228 He died on 18 August 1986 at the age of 79 in Pawtucket, Providence, Rhode Island, United States. John was buried UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck4458. Parents: Edward Eugene Bucklin-Buck916 and Isabella Frances (Bell) Goodwin-Buck3277.
John Marquis Volney Bucklin56,60,299 was born on 6 October 1819 in Barnes Corners, Lewis, New York, United States.56,60,299,663,2050 He appeared in the census in 1850 in Fairfield, Herkimer, New York, United States.2051 He appeared in the census in 1860 in Brooklyn, Green, Wisconsin, United States.1032 John died on 2 March 1861 at the age of 41 in Evansville, Rock, Wisconsin, United States.299,2050 He was also known as Juss.299,2050 He was also known as Juss M Bucklin.299,2050 John has reference number Buck2172. He was buried at Maple Hill Cemetery in Evansville, Rock, Wisconsin, United States.2050 [Anderson0208.FTW]
Spouse: Almanza Jeanette Eaton-Buck2173. Almanza Jeanette Eaton and John Marquis Volney Bucklin were married about 1841.63,99,663 Children were: Susan Emogene Bucklin-Buck2174, Lea Isadore Bucklin-Buck2175, Zachariah Taylor Bucklin-Buck2278, John Orson Bucklin-Buck2176, Cynthia Eugene Bucklin-Buck2177, Edwin Leonard Bucklin-Buck2179, Cora Belle Bucklin-Buck2180, James Hollis Bucklin-Buck2181.
John Orson Bucklin60,299 was born on 21 August 1849 in Barnes Corners, Lewis, New York, United States.60,299,663,2052 calculated death. He appeared in the census in 1850 in Fairfield, Herkimer, New York, United States.2051 He appeared in the census in 1860 in Brooklyn, Green, Wisconsin, United States.1032 John died Aged 14 yr 9 ds on 30 August 1863 at the age of 14 in Rock County, Wisconsin, United States.2052 He has reference number Buck2176. He was buried at Maple Hill Cemetery in Evansville, Rock, Wisconsin, United States.2052 [Anderson0208.FTW]
John R Bucklin was born on 18 September 1899 in New Mexico.666 He died on 22 December 1967 at the age of 68 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California.666 He has reference number Buck3592. Parents: George Camilo Bucklin-Buck3016 and Leonora Brown-Buck3017.
John Robert Bucklin was born on 24 June 1928 in New Bedford, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States. He served in the military NAVYDate].2053 He served in the military Release dateDate].2053 John died on 23 January 1992 at the age of 63 in New Bedford, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.2053 He has reference number Buck4554. Parents: Herbert Wellington Bucklin-Buck4546 and Mary J Rapoza-Buck4552.
John S Bucklin was born on 5 December 1838 in Cherry Valley, Otsego, New York, United States.2054 He died on 15 July 1841 at the age of 2 in Middlesex, Yates, New York, United States.2054 He was buried after 15 July 1841 at Pine Corners Cemetery in Middlesex, Yates, New York, United States.2054 John has reference number Buck2307. Parents: Allen G Bucklin-Buck1227 and Sally Ann (Sarah) Soules-Buck1228.
John T Bucklin was born in 1928 in Illinois. He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck2615. Parents: Ralph Samuel Bucklin-Buck3629 and Marie G Taylor-Buck3212.
John Tobin Bucklin was born on 17 January 1869 in DePere, Brown County, Wisconsin.1080 He appeared in the census in 1870 in Oshkosh, Winnebago, Wisconsin, United States.2055 He died on 9 December 1939 at the age of 70 at Missouri Pacific RR employee hospital in St. Louis, Missouri, United States.717,2056 John was buried after 9 December 1939 in Belleville, St. Clair, Illinois, United States.2056 He has reference number Buck801. Parents: Daniel De Estang Bucklin-Buck3033 and Eleanor Tobin-Buck804.
Spouse: Nina Calkins-Buck1965. Nina Calkins and John Tobin Bucklin were married on 25 November 1897 in Antigo, Langlade County, Wisconsin.2057 Children were: Marjorie Harriet Bucklin-Buck800, Donald Bucklin-Buck802.
John W Bucklin762 was born on 30 November 1870 in Minnesota.762 He appeared in the census in 1880 in Aurora, Steele, Minnesota.1270 He lived at 397 E Main in Owatonna, Steele, Minnesota, United States in 1903.2058 John died on 27 April 1934 at the age of 63 in Redstone, Sheridan, Montana, United States.2059 He was also known as J. W. Bucklin.2059 He has reference number Buck4222. Parents: John Kendrick Bucklin-Buck820 and Augusta Samantha Lamphier-Buck2840.
Spouse: Frances Adelia Phillips-Buck3319. Frances Adelia Phillips and John W Bucklin were married on 12 June 1895 in Owatonna, Steele, Minnesota, United States. Children were: Baby Girl Bucklin-Buck3487, Edward Phillip Bucklin-Buck3519, Margaret Lucille Bucklin-Buck3542, Lyle John Bucklin-Buck2234, Helen Alene Bucklin-Buck2249.
John Wesley Bucklin appeared in the census in 1875 in Wright County, Minnesota, United States.588 He was born on 2 April 1875 in Minnesota. He appeared in the census in 1880 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.589 John lived in Meagher, Montana, United States in 1917.607 He died on 13 May 1932 at the age of 57 in Sacramento, California, United States. He has reference number Buck1186. Parents: Brayton Bucklin-Buck10 and Catherine A Farrow-Buck2153.
John William Bucklin58 was born in 1907 in New York. He died on 12 February 1981 at the age of 74 in Medina, Ohio, United States. He has reference number Buck2469. Parents: Harrison (Harry) Bucklin-Buck2467 and Henrietta Hoffman-Buck244.
John Williard Bucklin was born on 7 August 1894 in Smith, Kansas, United States. He appeared in the census in 1900 in Atwood, Rawlins, Kansas, United States.1365 He died on 7 May 1973 at the age of 78 in Colorado Springs, El Paso, Colorado, United States.2060 John was buried on 18 May 1973 at Fairview Cemetery in Colorado Springs, El Paso, Colorado, United States.2060 He has reference number Buck4597. Parents: William Livere Bucklin-Buck2081 and Alice Melinda Gilmore-Buck4592.
Johnathan Bucklin was born on 28 September 1672 in Rehoboth, Massachusetts Bay, British America.799 He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck325. Benjamin and his brother John, with other persons, formed a partnership to dig a mine for silver in Rhode Island. John signed with an "X", but Benjamin signed his name as "Bucklen". Parents: Benjamin Bucklin-Buck88 and Rachel Wheatley-Buck110.
Johnathan Bucklin was born on 26 June 1791 in Hopkins Mill, Foster, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.1937,2061 He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck814. Parents: Squire Bucklin Jr-Buck1361 and Amy Pray-Buck1362.
Jonathan Bucklin13,14 was born on 13 September 1713 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.14,383,802 There is a tax record involving him in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts in 1739/40: where he was taxed for paying the salary of Peleg Heath, Minister.2062,2063 He had a license as Tavern in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts in September 1739.2064 He was referred to in a petition submitted by Samuel Brown et al on 19 June 1740 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.2065 Petition submitted to the General Court by Samuel Brown and others of Rehoboth stating that several unqualified inhabitants were allowed to vote in a recent town meeting and requesting that said meeting be declared void and new elections of town officers be called. General court order directing the petitioners to forward a copy of their petition to the selectmen and they make answer. Concurred by the House of Representatives and Countil. Consented by Gov. Belcher. General court order granting the selectmen additional time to make answer. Concurred by the House of Representatives and Council. (See pages 532 and 536. See House Journal V 18, pages 28, 46-47 and 73). Jonathan lived in Providence, Rhode Island in 1759.2066 He had a license as Tavern in Providence, Rhode Island in 1759.2067 He died on 3 February 1806 at the age of 92 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.778 Jonathan was buried in 1806 in Newman Cemetery, Rumford, Rhode Island. He has reference number Buck1932. Parents: Joseph Bucklin 2nd-Buck142 and Mehitable Sabin-Buck205.
Spouse: Margaret Peck-Buck277. Margaret Peck and Jonathan Bucklin had marriage intentions recorded in April 1737 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.89 They89 were married on 12 October 1737 at Newman Church in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.14,185,383,2068 married by Rev. John Greenwood Children were: Pegge Bucklin-Buck341, Emma Bucklin-Buck342, Lydia Bucklin-Buck1009, Jonathan Bucklin-Buck962.
Jonathan Bucklin was born in 1749 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America. He was baptized on 4 March 1749 in Newman Congregational Church East Providence, Rhode Island, British America.513 He has reference number Buck962. Parents: Jonathan Bucklin-Buck1932 and Margaret Peck-Buck277.
Jonathan Bucklin was born before 1840. He lived in Grafton County, New Hampshire in 1850.527 He died UNKNOWN. Jonathan has reference number Buck3281.
Living (private). Parents: Donald B Bucklin-Buck2819 and Louise Jeanette Todd-Buck4866.
Joseph Bucklin Sr. was born on 23 June 1633 in ENGLAND.272,2069 There is a tax record involving him on 18 November 1670: Listed as paying in Rehoboth He contributed for King Phillip's War in 1676 .2070 He was appointed Administrator of father's estate in November 16842071,2072 In 1688, Joseph obtained land, in division of North Purchase area . He is on a list of inhabitants of Rehoboth belonging to Mr. Greenwood's church on 17 October 1711 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.2073 In 1716, he obtained land, 400 acres north of Providence, RI .2074 Joseph died on 26 March 1718 at the age of 84 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.2075,2076 alt death 28 March 1718 He was buried on 28 March 1718 in Newman Cemetery, Providence Plantations, Rhode Island, British America.2077 He has reference number Buck99. , Joseph obtained land, in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts.2078 He was also known as Buklin.2078 Joseph's father William Bucklin lived to at least the age of 79; Joseph 1st was 84 years old at his death; his son Joseph 2d lived 66 years; his son Joseph 3rd lived 80 years, his son Joseph 4th lived 70 years; and Joseph 3rd's brother David lived 94 years. These were remarkable lengths of life for those times, and suggest that the Bucklin line was both of a hardy constitution and also of sufficient wealth to keep good health.
By marrying Debora Allen, Joseph 1st started the Bucklin gene pool off strongly, for Debora parents both lived more than 84 years.
From a document executed by Joseph in regards to his father's estate, it is evident that Joseph was a farmer. It appears that his homestead was in that part of Rehoboth that later became part of Pawtucket, RI.
On June 1658, Joseph received one share of 50 acres in the Rehoboth North Purchase. (The town of Attleboro was formed from the Rehoboth North Purchase in 1694.)
In 1670, Joseph was chosen to serve on a grand jury.
On 5 Feb 1671, Joseph drew lot # 63 in another drawing of lots of land.
In 1688, he again participated in a division of land of the Rehoboth North Purchase.
Joseph and his brother Benjamin both married women from the Allen family.
Joseph, Benjamin and their father participated in the drawing of lots for the division of the land in the North Purchase; and John Allen Senior and Junior also participated in that division of land.
Bristol County, MA, probate records show that Joseph was many times called upon to help settle the estates of other people.
The graves of Joseph and also of Lt. Peter Hunt, with whom Wm. Bucklin did carpenter work on the church, are in the south part of Pawtucket (now Rumford) RI. The church, known as Newman Church, is across the junction of highways from the cemetery of the burials of many Bucklins.
In 1659, Joseph announced his plans to marry Deborah Allen. With this,Joseph's father, William Bucklin, deeded the northern third of his 600 acres to Joseph. William formally contracted with the Allen family to "build the said Joseph a Convenient house for his Comfortable living with three score Acres of land ajoyning to it". [Mayflower Descendant, XVI, 82] . The house was built at approximately what in 1999 is the location of Royal Square at the intersection of Central Avenue, Cottage Street and Sabin Street of Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
In 1664, William deeded the central third of his 600 acres to his other son, Benjamin. Benjamin built his house at what in 1999 is known as the corner of Walcott Street and the junction of North and South Bend streets.
After the granting of the two thirds of his land to his son's, Willliam's will provided that upon his and his wife's death, William's own southern third was to be equally divided between the two sons. However, Benjamin was killed in the Nine Men's Misery of 1676. Thus, when William Bucklin died in 1683 and his wife in 1687 -- William's third of his original 600 acres was inherited totally by his only living son, Joseph. Thus at the death of William, both the northern third and southern third of William's 600 acres belonged to Joseph.
The Bucklin 600 acres ran for about two miles of river front, from about the Pawtucket Falls on the North to a large point known as Bucklin Island on the South. This was a considerable amount of land and visable to travelers. "The Bucklins were, from early times, noted for being great land-owners, from Bucklin Island downward [sic]." History of the State of Rhode Island (1875).
Spouse: Deborah Allen-Buck120. Deborah Allen and Joseph Bucklin Sr. were married on 5 November 1659 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.29,30,31,32 Children were: Deborah Bucklin-Buck131, Joseph Bucklin 2nd-Buck142, Barak (Baruch) Bucklin Sr-Buck153, John Bucklin-Buck164, James Bucklin Sr-Buck248, Isaac Bucklin-Buck249, Matthew Bucklin-Buck250, Nehemiah Bucklin 1-Buck1906, Nehemiah Bucklin 2-Buck252, Lydia Bucklin-Buck1865.
Joseph Bucklin 2nd2079 was born on 10 February 1663 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.12,36,769,2080 There is a record of him, in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts on 7 February 1688/9.2081 He was baptized on 17 April 1698 in Attleboro, Bristol County, Massachusetts.284 He is a list of inhabitants of Rehoboth belonging to Mr. Greenwood's Church on 17 October 1711 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.2073 Joseph was appointed on 15 October 17232082 He was buried in 1729 in Newman Cemetery, Rumford, Rhode Island.133 He died on 28 July 1729 at the age of 66 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.133,2083 Joseph had his estate probated on 19 August 1729.2084 He has reference number Buck142. He was also known as Buckland. Joseph Bucklin (Jr) is found on the 7 Feb 1689 list of proprietors of Rehoboth.
With his brother in law Hugh Cole, he is found many times in the Bristol County, Mass., probate records, as assisting in the settlement of someone else's estate.
Many probate records mention him as a yeoman of Rehoboth.
His date of marriage to Mehitable Sabin is also given as 30 Jul 1691.
His will shows him as a Yeoman, and mentions that he had lands in Rehoboth, Attleboro, and Pawtucket Falls. His wife Mehitable was the executrix.
Spouse: Mehitable Sabin-Buck205. Mehitable Sabin and Joseph Bucklin 2nd were married on 30 June 1691 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.2085,2086 Children were: Deborah Bucklin-Buck215, Joseph Bucklin 3rd-Buck226, Martha Bucklin-Buck1926, Benjamin Bucklin-Buck260, John Bucklin 1st-Buck228, Rachel Bucklin-Buck261, Nehemiah Bucklin 1st-Buck262, David Bucklin-Buck263, Esther Bucklin-Buck264, Jonathan Bucklin-Buck1932, William Bucklin-Buck266.
Joseph Bucklin 3rd2087 was born on 20 September 1694 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.164,517,801,802 He was baptized on 17 April 1698.1143 In 1732, he obtained land, Grist mill, machine shop, in Coventry, Kent County, Rhode Island.2088 Joseph was Deacon in the Baptist Church, in 1759 in Washington, Coventry County, Rhode Island.2089,2090 He signed a will on 7 November 1774 in Coventry, Kent County, Rhode Island.2091,2092 There is a record that after the death of he the ownerhisp of the grist mill and machine shop passed to someone not in the Bucklin family.2093 Joseph died on 4 May 1776 at the age of 81 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.517,2094 He was buried in 1776 in Stone-Hammett Lot, Coventry, Rhode Island.47,67 He was buried in 1776 in Washington, Coventry County, Rhode Island.2095,2096 Joseph has reference number Buck226. Joseph's marriage to a member of the Jenks family is significant. The Jencks family owned many of the industries in Rhode Island. Joseph's father in law (William Jenks) was a member of the state Assembly. The Jencks empire started with Joseph Jencks, Jr., who is usually credited with being the first permanent settler at Pawtucket Falls, where he started a mill, a forge, and business to manufacture tools. Aftger this marraige of the Bucklin and Jencks families, the Bucklins often operated mills.
In 1732 Joseph purchased 248 acres of land in Washington, Coventry, RI. The land was on a river. Joseph immediately built a grist mill and machine shop, and later had a shop where he manufactured linen and wool goods.
Note Joseph's position as the first deacon of the Baptist Church of his town. Many of the early Bucklins were Baptists.
At the time of the American Revolution, the main Jencks family had the mill on the West side of the Pawtucket Falls, while James Bucklin, grandson of Joseph Bucklin, 2nd, had his grist mill on the East side of the falls, and Joseph Bucklin 3rd, married to Susanna Jencks, had his grist mill and machine shops in Washington, west of Providence. Parents: Joseph Bucklin 2nd-Buck142 and Mehitable Sabin-Buck205.
Spouse: Susanna Annie Jencks-Buck1249. Susanna Annie Jencks and Joseph Bucklin 3rd were married in 1717 in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts.122 Children were: John Bucklin Capt.-Buck232, Joseph Bucklin 4th, Capt.-Buck2650, Zilpha Bucklin-Buck281, David Bucklin-Buck3012, Esther Bucklin-Buck283, Jeremiah Bucklin-Buck282.
Spouse: Mary Worden-Buck309. Mary Worden and Joseph Bucklin 3rd were married on 23 October 1737 in Coventry, Rhode Island, British America.14,318 Married by Thomas Stafford, Justice. Children were: Mary Bucklin-Buck310.
Joseph Bucklin was born on 10 October 1702 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.613 He has reference number Buck398. Parents: Barak (Baruch) Bucklin Sr-Buck153 and Alice Woodcock-Buck185.
Joseph Bucklin 4th, Capt. was born on 20 February 1719/20 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.133,802,2097 He owned in 1759 in Providence, Rhode Island.2098 He lived in Providence, Rhode Island in 1759.2099 There is a tax record involving him in Providence, Rhode Island in 1759: 2100 In 1760 Joseph was a Merchant in Providence, Rhode Island.2101 He rented sloop Elizabeth from Esek Hopkins in Providence, Rhode Island on 9 November 1760.2102 He was appointed Director of Street Paving Lottery in Providence, Rhode Island on 23 February 17612103 In 1767 Joseph was a Ship Master in Providence, Rhode Island.2104 In 1770 he was a shop owner in Providence, Rhode Island.2105 He owned in 1770 in Providence, Rhode Island.2106 Joseph was appointed Highway Serveyor in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts on 25 March 17712107 In 1771 he was a Mariner in Providence, Rhode Island.2108 He is one of the persons in the raiding party that in 1772 attacked and burned the English Navy ship Gaspee.2109 Joseph appeared in the census in 1774 in Providence, Rhode Island.2110 He was appointed Committee of Inspection in Providence, Rhode Island on 24 December 17742111 He was appointed one of the directors of the fortification of Fort Independence at Field's Point in Providence, Rhode Island on 26 October 17752112 Joseph was named in a deed on 22 August 1782 in Canterbury, Windham County, Connecticut2113 He signed a will on 13 May 1789 in Providence, Rhode Island.2114 In 1789 he was a merchant in Providence, Rhode Island.2115 Joseph lived in Providence, Rhode Island in 1789.2116 He died on 27 December 1790 at the age of 70 in Providence, Rhode Island.2117 There was a magazine article about he: death notice at Providence Gazette on 27 December 1790.1785 Capt. Joseph, of this town, in 71st year. Joseph was buried on 28 December 1790 in Sabin lot in North Burial Ground of Providence.2097,2118,2119 There is a record of will proved in probate on 3 January 1791 in Providence, Rhode Island.2120 He was also known as Capt.2120 He has reference number Buck2650. "Be it remembered that Capt. Joseph Bucklin departed this life December 27, 1790, on Monday at four minutes after 2 o'clock P.M. after a lingering disease, appearance quietly and easy in mind, and was buried the day following in the common burying ground North End of Providence. Aged 70 years, 10 months and one day."
This was an entry in the diary of a contemporary, and perhaps indicates the respect due Joseph for his accomplishments.
A "Joseph Bucklin" fired the shot in the capture and burning of the English Navy ship Gaspee. We believe that Joseph Bucklin 5th, the son of this Joseph Bucklin 4th's, was the "Joseph Bucklin who fired the shot which hit the British ship captain in what sometimes is said by historians to have been the first deliberate military engagement of the Revolution. The Bucklins obviously had reasons for hoping that the American Revolution did not end in failure with the instigators of the Revolution being hanged as traitors.
Providence of this period had a flourishing maritime trade, a merchant aristocracy, a few industries, a body of skilled artisans, a newspaper, a stagecoach line, and several public buildings. Fortunes of many of the merchants and ship owners had been built on the shipping of tea and sugar and molasses, rum, and slaves, as well as whaling. Tea, sugar, sugar, molasses and rum were examples of items which the English tried to tax and the Providence merchants preferred to import without paying the tax.
Spouse: Zerviah Sabin-Buck129. Zerviah Sabin and Joseph Bucklin 4th, Capt. were married on 29 September 1751 in Killingly, Connecticut.746,2121 Children were: John Bucklin-Buck343, Joseph Bucklin , 5th-Buck108, Nancy (Anna) Bucklin-Buck1352, James Bucklin-Buck107, Sally Bucklin-Buck2379.
Spouse: Anne Unknown-Buck111. Anne Unknown and Joseph Bucklin 4th, Capt. were married after 1776.
Joseph Bucklin was born on 21 February 1742/3 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.383,512 He was baptized on 27 February 1742/3 in Newman Congregational Church East Providence, Rhode Island, British America.513 He served in the military Minute Man on 19 April 1775.2122 Joseph died on 12 November 1815 at the age of 72 in Seekonk, Bristol, Massachusetts, United States.71,2123 Dea. Joseph, at Seekonk, in 73d year. He has reference number Buck334. Parents: John Bucklin 1st-Buck228 and Freelove Smith-Buck230.
Spouse: Amy Whipple-Buck335. Amy Whipple and Joseph Bucklin had marriage intentions recorded on 27 November 1773[Place Details]in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.2124 John of Rehoboth and Amey Whipple of Seekonk They2124 were married on 6 January 1774 in Cumberland, Providence, Rhode Island, British America.132,1146,2125 Joseph of Rehoboth and Amey of Cumberland, married by John Dexter, Justice. Children were: Mehitable Bucklin-Buck1240, Joseph Bucklin-Buck162, Amey Whipple Bucklin-Buck251, David Whipple Bucklin-Buck449, Cynthia Bucklin-Buck450.
Joseph Bucklin , 5th was born on 2 March 1754.1789 He is one of the persons in the raiding party that in 1772 attacked and burned the English Navy ship Gaspee. There is a record of him, trip paid for by Rhode Island in Baltimore, Maryland in 1777.2126 He died Lost at sea in 1781 at the age of 27.2127,2128 Joseph has reference number Buck108. He was also known as Gaspee Bucklin. Physical description of Gaspee attacker
Not named in father's will (probably not living)
The Rhode Island Assembly records of 1777 show that they paid more than 40 pounds for Joseph to make a trip to Baltimore. The amount is substantial, and unusual. Payments to others for going to other colonies on business of Rhode Island were usually less than 10 pounds, and states on what business they were engaged for the colony of Rhode Island. The amount paid to Joseph is recorded simply as:
Joseph Bucklin was born on 30 August 1776 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.683,684 He has reference number Buck162. Parents: Joseph Bucklin-Buck334 and Amy Whipple-Buck335.
Joseph Bucklin67 was born on 10 March 1777 in Rehoboth, Bristol, Massachusetts Bay, British America.47,69,678 He was educated In school, doing copybook on 21 March 1793.2129 In 1807 he was a Merchant.2130 Joseph was appointed as a Petit Juror in the court of common pleas in Rehoboth, Bristol County, Massachusetts in 18082130 He was appointed Postmaster, in Ludlow, Hampden County, Massachusetts on 23 April 18352131 Between 1847 and 1864 he was a Merchant in Providence, Rhode Island.2132 Joseph died on 11 December 1858 at the age of 81 in Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.47,69 He was buried in 1858 in Swan Point Cemetery, Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, United States.47,2133 He has reference number Buck2617. Wealthy person
Pawtucket merchant. Has many account books and pieces of correspondence at the Rhode Island Historical Society manuscript reading room at MSS 64.
His merchant business was financially sound if the cash book is any indication. For example: "Returns of Brig Sacramento 1st voyage made up April 29, 1857....[net] $5,544.44.....May 5th 1857, Sold interest in Brig Sacramento and cargo 2nd voayage to R. Greene for his note for $6000 interest payable from May 22, 1857"
Joseph in 1806, with B & W Jenks started the Springfield Mfg. Co, in Jesksville, Ludlow, Hampden County, MA, for the manufacture of cotton and wollen goods. The company "failed in July 1848 by a large amount". . Bishop, John Leander, A History of American Manufacturers from 1608 - 1860 Philadelphia,E. Young & Co. 1866. p 209, "annals of the industry of the United States in machinery, manufactures and useful arts".
His letters include one from Joseph to his sister Amme on January 6th, 1813, when he is in Boston, saying in part "I want you to mention to Mother I think of taking Minerva B to live with me so long as she is a good girl and I am in circumstances to do my duty. It is quite time she had some learning. I wish you both to talk with Mary if she is entirely willling". I suppose that this reference to Mary is a reference to his wife Mary (rather than his sister Mary), and suggests that Minerva was realtively young, and that Joseph's father had already died.
Joseph Bucklin, "Papers of Joseph Bucklin, Pawtucket merchant," Correspondence from school at Smithfield to Jospeh Bucklin in Dec 1807 indicates his son John would be coming from Smithfield school to Pawtucket [Apparently for a Christmas school vacation].. Parents: John Cumberland Bucklin-Buck574 and Amey Arnold-Buck875.
Spouse: Mary Slater-Buck590. Mary Slater and Joseph Bucklin were married on 4 February 1816 in Ludlow, Hampden, Massachusetts, United States.69,2134 Children were: Samuel Slater Bucklin-Buck1044, Elizabeth Bucklin-Buck4512, Mary Bucklin-Buck4523, Joseph Bucklin-Buck4521.
Joseph Bucklin Capt. was born in 1778 in Massachusetts.411,465,468 A birth date of BEF 1735 is given in the Dau. of the American Rev. He appeared in the census in 1810 in Cheshire, Berkshire, Massachusetts, United States.466 1810 Census lists Joseph as the head of household with the following persons: M u10 -2 (John 3, Allen 1), M 16-25 -2 (identities not known), M 26-44 (Joseph), F u10 - 1 (Elizabeth), F 16-25 -2 (Susannah and unknown female). He served in the military Capt. of a company of 9th Berkshire Regiment in 1812.2135 Joseph died in 1813 at the age of 35.411 He has reference number Buck1225. a record without Bucknnnn values was merged with this Buck1225 There is a possibility of another son named Daniel b.1806 probably died before 1810. He is listed in ancestry.com family trees. Parents: Darius Bucklin Capt-Buck2029 and Hannah Brown-Buck784.
Spouse: Susannah Brown-Buck1226. Susannah Brown and Joseph Bucklin Capt. were married UNKNOWN.468 Children were: Elizabeth L (Eliza) Bucklin-Buck2579, John Bucklin-Buck3585, Allen G Bucklin-Buck1227, Jane P Bucklin-Buck2588.
Captain Joseph Bucklin was born in 1778.2136 He died on 7 February 1813 at the age of 35.2136 He was buried in Newport Cemetery.2136,2137 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE:Gravestone] Joseph has reference number Buck4004.
Joseph Bucklin was born on 1 March 1800 in Herkimer County, New York, United States.368,2138,2139 He died on 17 March 1875 at the age of 75 in Little Falls, Herkimer, New York, United States.2139 He has reference number Buck84. Joseph was buried at Church Street Cemetery in Little Falls, Herkimer, New York, United States.2138,2139 Parents: William Bucklin-Buck845 and Mercy Brayton-Buck1259.
Joseph Bucklin363,364 was born on 22 June 1825.364,667 He was born on 17 September 1825.667 He died on 30 December 1879 at the age of 54.667 Joseph was buried in Lichfield, Maine. He was buried at Counce Cemetery in Warren, Maine, United States.363,364 Lot D5 He has reference number Buck708. Parents: Joseph Coombs Bucklin-Buck1536 and Calista Gardner-Buck2154.
Spouse: Eliza Wilson Rivers-Buck1551. Eliza Wilson Rivers and Joseph Bucklin were married on 11 January 1866 in Rockland, Maine.363 Children were: Annie Florence Bucklin-Buck1552, Calista Josephine Bucklin-Buck1553, Alvin R Bucklin-Buck706, Fred William Bucklin Sr-Buck1555, Joseph Williams Bucklin-Buck1556, Horace E Bucklin-Buck1557, Archibald Gamble (Archie) Bucklin-Buck1558.