Carol Ann Krieser was born before 1945. She died UNKNOWN. She has reference number Buck3428.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living, Living, Living.


Living (private).

Spouse: Edmond (Ned) Carter Anderson-Buck2361.


Living (private).

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living, Living.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Estelle Clara Kurkoski was born on 22 November 1909 in Johnston, Rhode Island. She died on 29 January 1970 at the age of 60 in Warwick, Kent County, Rhode Island.1441 She was buried in St. Ann's Cemetery, Cranston, Rhode Island. Estelle has reference number Buck745.

Spouse: Howard Washington Raymond Bucklin-Buck743. Estelle Clara Kurkoski and Howard Washington Raymond Bucklin were married on 10 September 1931.1441 Children were: Howard Joseph Bucklin-Buck746, Living.


Marjorie LaFluer54 was born in 1898.54,2923 She died in 1976 at the age of 78.54,2923 She has reference number Buck2435.

Spouse: Clarence Wells-Buck2393.


George Laisure58 was born about 1850 in Canton, St. Lawrence County, New York ??.58,105,2924 In 1868 he was a Worked for Peshitgo Company (lumber) 3-4 years, then farmer..58 He lived in Native of Canton, St. Lawrence County, New York; moved to Peshtigo, Wisconsin in 1868. in 1868.58 George owned in 1877 in Sec 12, 80 acres, P. O. Peshitgo -- built 36X48 barn which cost $600.58 He owned in 1881.58 He died in Wisconsin.58 George has reference number Buck3040. [Anderson0208.FTW]

Peshitgo is the home of world's largest wood products firm (tubs, buckets, handles, etc.), Peshitgo is site of huge fire 10/9/1871 (same night as great Chicago Fire). 800 people died.

Spouse: Mary Margaret Bucklin-Buck822. Mary Margaret Bucklin and George Laisure were married in 1874 in Peshtigo, Wisconsin.58,2071


Augusta S. Lamphier58,674 was born on 22 August 1836 in New York State.674,1110 She appeared in the census in 1880 in Aurora, Steele, Minnesota.1110 She died on 4 March 1918 at the age of 81 in Minnesota.674 Augusta was buried in Forest Hill Cemetery (no town given), Minnesota.674 Cemetery ID 118 OA 3, Section 8 20 D She has reference number Buck3806. Parents: Living and Living.

Spouse: George C Pettie-Buck4224. Augusta S. Lamphier and George C Pettie were married on 24 October 1852.674

Spouse: John Kendrick Bucklin-Buck820 . Augusta S. Lamphier and John Kendrick Bucklin were married about 1866 in Minnesota.58,674 Children were: Wayne K Bucklin-Buck4221, John W Bucklin-Buck4222, Effie M Bucklin-Buck4223, Frank Bucklin-Buck3028, Lottie E. Bucklin-Buck3611.


Living (private).

Spouse: Living. Children were: Augusta S. Lamphier-Buck3806 .


Esther Noyes Lamson311,312 was born on 25 January 1905 in Rockland, Maine.2925 She died about 1993 at the age of 88 in Braintree, Massachusetts.2526 She died about 13 April 1994 at the age of 89 in Braintree, Massachusetts.2926 Esther was also known as Esther Lamson.2926 She has reference number Buck1567. She was an executive secretary for Factory Mut Ins Co. in Norwood, Massachusetts.2927 Esther lived in Malden, Middlesex, Massachusetts. She moved to in Stoughton, Norfolk, Massachusetts 2927

Spouse: William Benjamin Bucklin-Buck1560. Esther Noyes Lamson and William Benjamin Bucklin were married on 6 August 1927 in Massachusetts.311,2526 Children were: William Benjamin Bucklin Jr-Buck912, Warner Lamson (Bucky) Bucklin-Buck1580.

Spouse: Living.


Anna Elizabeth Landau441 was born on 1 June 1851.441 She appeared in the census in 1880 in Cherrytree, Venango, Pennsylvania, United States.1035 She died in 1886 at the age of 35.441 Anna has reference number Buck2765.

Spouse: Eugene B Bucklin-Buck1253. Children were: Lura Bucklin-Buck3044, Dora Isabel Bucklin-Buck3045, Earnest Bucklin-Buck3047, Eugene Lawrence Bucklin-Buck2762, George Bucklin-Buck3048.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Jody Lou Landry420 was born on 14 October 1953 in Edwards Air Force Base, California, United States.420 She died on 6 November 1989 at the age of 36 in Franklin, Texas, United States. She has reference number Buck529. Parents: Living and Living.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Living (private).

Spouse: Living. Children were: Jody Lou Landry-Buck529, Living, Living, Living, Living, Living.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Johanna S (Hannah) Langson was born in 1875 in Minnesota. She died on 5 April 1960 at the age of 85 in Marion, Oregon, United States. She was buried in Silverton, Marion, Oregon, United States. Hannah has reference number Buck4232.

Spouse: Lincoln C (Link) Bucklin-Buck4176. Johanna S (Hannah) Langson and Lincoln C (Link) Bucklin were married in 1900. Children were: Loyd Oran Bucklin-Buck4235, Nels Gaylord Bucklin-Buck4236, Elsie Mae Bucklin-Buck4251.


Mary H Lanman was born on 22 February 1843 in Brooklyn, Kings, New York.2928 She died on 30 August 1909 at the age of 66 in Paris, FRANCE.2929 She was buried after 30 August 1909 at Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn, Kings, New York.806 Mary has reference number Buck5077.

Spouse: Thomas Peck Bucklin Jr-Buck4211. Mary H Lanman and Thomas Peck Bucklin Jr were married on 4 June 1863.2397 Children were: F Child Bucklin-Buck5078, M Child Bucklin-Buck5079, Margery Lanman Bucklin-Buck5081.


Mary Matilda Lapham was born in September 1869 in Bosanquet, Lambton, Ontario, Canada. She appeared in the census in 1900 in Grand Junction, Mesa, Colorado, United States.1639 She died on 31 October 1929 at the age of 60 in Colorado. Mary was buried at Orchard Mesa Cemetery in Grand Junction, Mesa, Colorado, United States. She has reference number Buck4363.

Spouse: James W Bucklin-Buck1372. Mary Matilda Lapham and James W Bucklin were married on 3 January 1895 in Mesa, Colorado, United States. Children were: James W Bucklin Jr-Buck4364, Louis Lapham Bucklin-Buck4365.


Anna Mary Larson was born in October 1872 in Norway. She was also known as Mary Anna Bucklin. She has reference number Buck4027.

Spouse: James W. Bucklin-Buck3408. Anna Mary Larson and James W. Bucklin were married on 5 July 1893 in Milbank, South Dakota. Children were: Ada Mary Bucklin-Buck3984, Robert Monroe Bucklin-Buck2122, Minnie Elizabeth Bucklin-Buck4010, Annie Caroline Bucklin-Buck3988, Alice Bucklin-Buck3985.


Susan Beal Lathrop2099 was born on 30 April 1818.2930 Susan died at age 47 years 4 months and 4 days. She died typhoid fever on 3 September 1865 at the age of 47 in Canaan, Grafton, New Hampshire.2930 She has reference number Buck4124. The name of Susan Beal Goss is given in her death record; her father is named as Harris G Lathrop.

Spouse: Rueben Goss-Buck4123. Susan Beal Lathrop and Rueben Goss were married.2099 Children were: Calista Stone Goss-Buck1629, Isabelle Goss-Buck4125, Harris J Goss-Buck4126, Wallace R Goss-Buck4128.


Rachel Lawrence was born in 1717. She died UNKNOWN. She has reference number Buck1162.

Spouse: John Jencks Dr-Buck1129. Rachel Lawrence and John Jencks Dr were married on 5 July 1731 in Providence, Rhode Island.110 Children were: Edmund Jenks-Buck1163, Henry Jenks-Buck1164, Jesse Jenks-Buck1165, John Jencks-Buck1166, Thomas Jenks-Buck1167, Mary Jenks-Buck1168, William Jencks-Buck1169, Lawrence Jenks-Buck1170, Sarah Jenks-Buck1171, Carolina Jencks-Buck1172, Isaac Jencks-Buck1173, Patience Jenks-Buck1174, Lydia Jencks-Buck1175, Abigail Jencks-Buck1176.


Living (private).

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living, Living.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Living (private). Parents: Living and Living.


Lois Adell Lawson was born on 14 April 1929 in Jamestown, Chautauqua, New York, United States. She died on 3 November 2007 at the age of 78 in Joshua Tree, San Bernardino, California, United States.2931 She has reference number Buck2424.

Spouse: Donald P Bucklin-Buck2828. Lois Adell Lawson and Donald P Bucklin were married Unknown. Children were: Jeffrey Donald (Jeff) Bucklin-Buck2425, Living, Living.


Amy Cudworth Lawton189 was born on 8 February 1823.189,2336 She died on 11 November 1863 at the age of 40.189,2336 She was also known as Amy C Bucklin.189,2336 Amy was buried in Mineral Springs Cemetery, Pawtucket, Rhode Island.45,189 She has reference number Buck876. Parents: Benjamin Lawton-Buck554 and Almy Cudworth-Buck553.

Spouse: Col. Stephen Randall Bucklin-Buck1057. Children were: Amy J Bucklin-Buck1658, George A. Bucklin-Buck3319, Charles R Bucklin-Buck3322, Carrie L Bucklin-Buck1659, Stephen Randall Bucklin-Buck3654.


Benjamin Lawton was born in 1801. He has reference number Buck554.

Spouse: Almy Cudworth-Buck553. Children were: Amy Cudworth Lawton-Buck876.


Ella Maude Lawton was born in June 1874 in Rhode Island. She died on 30 March 1913 at the age of 38 in Rhode Island. She has reference number Buck3218.

Spouse: Robert Bucklin-Buck3635. Ella Maude Lawton and Robert Bucklin were married on 12 December 1893 in Rhode Island. Children were: Alice Louise Bucklin-Buck3226, Marian L Bucklin-Buck3228, Clarissa Currier Bucklin-Buck3229, Robert Bucklin II-Buck3230.


Emily C Leavitt was born on 21 November 1836 in Enfield, Grafton, New Hampshire, United States.2932 She appeared in the census in 1870 in Grafton, Grafton, New Hampshire, United States.754 She died on 21 June 1916 at the age of 79 in Hooksett, New Hampshire, United States.581,2932 Emily was buried in Montcalm Cemetery, Enfield, Grafton County, New Hampshire.581 She has reference number Buck2868.

Spouse: James E Bucklin-Buck1627. Emily C Leavitt and James E Bucklin were married in 1854.450,1590 Children were: Harry F Bucklin-Buck4387, William G Bucklin-Buck2869, Charles H Bucklin-Buck4388, Bert Bucklin-Buck4389.


Living (private). Parents: Charles Leonard Lee-Buck97 and Berniece Lucille Gregory-Buck132.

Spouse: Leonard Herbert Bucklin-Buck1. Children were: Living, Living.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living, Living.


Charles Leonard Lee was born on 10 February 1907 in Carmen, Oklahoma.2933 Between 1935 and 1939 he was a Teacher in Douglas and Carmargo, Oklahoma.2934 Between 1939 and 1981 he was a Farmer in Oklahoma.2935 Charles died on 25 April 1981 at the age of 74 in Alva, Oklahoma.2936 He was buried in Capron, Oklahoma.1959 He was educated at the Richvalley Rural School, in Carmen, Oklahoma.2937 Charles was member of the First Christian Church, in Alva, Oklahoma.2938 He has reference number Buck97. He was a member of the Alva Elks Lodge, Massonic Lodge, and Alva Kiwanis Club . Known as Dandy in the family. He loved to dress as a chauffeur and use an old limousine to drive people around.

Charles and Amanda were very close in age and they worked and played together. They did chores together, hoeing the garden, etc. They played all kinds of games together, i.e., running to the railroad track to see the train go by. The people ~would wave at them. Sometimes they put spikes on the track and they would be flattened out.
They would go up to the gate by the railroad track, which wasn't level and would swing. They were scolded about that. Sometimes the railroad company would tell their Dad they shouldn't do that.

There were rattlesnakes along the fences - before we moved on the place (farm) and lived there. We killed the snakes. There were some "nicer" snakes - not poisonous snakes.

Charles and Berdine were born in Indian Territory. They were born at home with a midwife delivering them - named Gramma Pemlocke (?). Amanda didn't think they paid the midwife any money - maybe gave her a chicken or vegetables or some )other gift.

They went to school in a one-room school house, which was a mile and 3/4 from their home. When he went to high school, Charles lived in the Hotel in Carmen. Charles was the only one amongst his brothers and sisters, to graduate from college. He met Bernice at college. Both were teachers. Charles was a principal. Later he quit teaching and farmed. Bernice was left farms and money by Grampa Gregory (her dad) Leonard built a new house for them, near Alva. Charles was a politician and ran rain for state office. Didn't win.

He and Berdine were baptized together in Spring Creek. Charles and Bernice were
always in love. Charles liked to tell jokes and play jokes on people. So did Ray and Neal, who were ornery in a "fun" way.

Chares was always nice to Father and Mother Lee. If Charles and Berdine were on dates together, he always watched out for Berdine.

Charles was a good swimmer - was able to do wonderful swan dives - really beautiful. He also was a tumbler.

The Lees came in a covered wagon to Benton, KS. There was one big prairie - started out with small plots.

They lived in the covered wagon and in a sod house.
Parents: James Preston Lee-Buck98 and Abigail Grace Mathers-Buck100.

Spouse: Berniece Lucille Gregory-Buck132. Berniece Lucille Gregory and Charles Leonard Lee were married on 25 December 1931 in Capron, Oklahoma.2787 Children were: Living, Marilyn Kay Lee-Buck134, Living.

Spouse: Living.


Living (private). Parents: Charles Leonard Lee-Buck97 and Berniece Lucille Gregory-Buck132.

Spouse: Harold Lynn Hintergardt-Buck135. Children were: Living, Living.


James Preston Lee was born on 28 September 1859 in Lebanon, Indiana.1959 He died on 9 May 1947 at the age of 87.1959 He was buried in Carmen, Oklahoma.1959 James has reference number Buck98. Parents: Joseph Gerslem Lee-Buck207 and Zerelda Van Cleeve-Buck208.

Spouse: Abigail Grace Mathers-Buck100. Abigail Grace Mathers and James Preston Lee were married UNKNOWN.1959 Children were: Charles Leonard Lee-Buck97.


Joseph Gerslem Lee was born UNKNOWN. He died UNKNOWN. He has reference number Buck207.

Spouse: Zerelda Van Cleeve-Buck208. Zerelda Van Cleeve and Joseph Gerslem Lee were married UNKNOWN.1959 Children were: James Preston Lee-Buck98.


Marilyn Kay Lee was born on 12 May 1942 in Alva, Oklahoma.1337 She lived in Edmund, Oklahoma between 1980 and 2991. In 2000 she was a Nurse Consultant for the OK State Health Dept, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma. Marilyn died of leukemia on 15 August 2001 at the age of 59 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Oklahoma.2939 She was cremated on 18 August 2001 in Baggerley Funeral Home, Edmond, Oklahoma.2939 She was in Life Church, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.2940 Marilyn has reference number Buck134. She was also known as Kay Holt. She was also known as Kay Lee. Kay had an amazing ability to sew and frequently gave gifts of clothing she had made. Kay played the piano and loved to get together for evenings of music with her friends and family. Parents: Charles Leonard Lee-Buck97 and Berniece Lucille Gregory-Buck132.

Spouse: Living. Children were: Living, Living, Living.


Florence A Leedle was born on 8 June 1921 in Michigan.2941 She died on 13 September 2015 at the age of 94 in Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan, United States.2941 She was buried at Bedford Cemetery in Battle Creek, Calhoun, Michigan, United States.2941 Florence has reference number Buck2641.

Spouse: Raymond L Bucklin-Buck2640. Florence A Leedle and Raymond L Bucklin were married in 1940. Children were: Barry L Bucklin-Buck2643.


George Leeper was born in 1837 in Indiana. He appeared in the census on 26 June 1860 in Buffalo, Wright, Minnesota, United States.777 He died on 19 May 1888 at the age of 51 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, United States. George has reference number Buck3392. George and Ellen had four children: Ella Nora 1866-1957, Viola Capitola 1868-1939, Julia Sophonia 1870-1889, Frank George 1873-1950.
Jonathan C. Leeper appears in the 1900 census with nephew George (Frank George). Parents: James Leeper-Buck3388.

Spouse: Ellen Amanda UNKNOWN-Buck3389.


Hezekiah Leeper was born on 12 August 1830 in Indiana.2942 She appeared in the census on 26 June 1860 in Buffalo, Wright, Minnesota, United States.777 She died on 21 April 1879 at the age of 48.2698 Hezekiah was also known as Keziah.2698 She has reference number Buck3390. Parents: James Leeper-Buck3388.

Spouse: Norman Dyer-Buck3395. Hezekiah Leeper and Norman Dyer were married on 14 August 1851 in LaGrange County, Indiana.2700


James Leeper was born in 1786 in Kentucky. On 5 August 1834, he obtained land, T 38N R 10E S 26 in Lagrange County, Indiana, United States. He appeared in the census in 1850 in LaGrange County, Bloomfield Twp., IN.2943 James appeared in the census on 26 June 1860 in Buffalo, Wright, Minnesota, United States.777 He died after 1865 at the age of 79. James appears in the 1865 Minn. Territorial Census. He has reference number Buck3388.

Children were: Hezekiah Leeper-Buck3390, Rebecca Leeper-Buck12, Lavina Leeper-Buck3391, George Leeper-Buck3392, Johnathan C Leeper-Buck3393.


Johnathan C Leeper was born in 1840 in Indiana. He died on 22 January 1917 at the age of 77 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, United States. He has reference number Buck3393. Parents: James Leeper-Buck3388.


Lavina Leeper was born in 1834 in Indiana. She has reference number Buck3391. Parents: James Leeper-Buck3388.

Spouse: Jacob Hartman.


Rebecca Leeper was born on 23 April 1832 in Indiana. She appeared in the census in September 1857 in Twp 115 Range 18 Dakota County, Minnesota Territory, United States.499 She appeared in the census on 8 July 1860 in Rockford, Wright, Minnesota, United States.500 Rebecca died on 30 December 1860 at the age of 28 in Hastings, Dakota, Minnesota. She has reference number Buck12. This is a poem written by Rebecca Leeper, the wife of Alby Bucklin, from Rockford, Minnesota to her sister in LaGrange County, Indiana. It was written sometime between 1857 when Rebecca came to Minnesota and 1860 when she died. Her sister, Lavina Leeper, later Lavina Hartman, moved to Menominee, Michigan, sometime after that latter date. The Keziah, George and Jonathan referred to in the poem probably were Rebecca's brothers who had come with Rebecca and her father to Minnesota.
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To Sister Lavina,


How I love thee, youngest sister
Years of absence only tell -
Little thought I when we parted
It might be our last farewell.

When I left for Minnesota,
Or the Eden Land to find,
I thought not then how I should miss them,
Miss the friends I left behind.

For I always had been with thee
And knew not what it was to part,
But at last the separation
Sends an arrow to my heart.

May a ray of sweetest sunlight
Fall upon their coming years
Chase away the clouds of sadness,
Dry the fountain of their tears.

Though I seldom weep, Lavina,
Yet my heart is sad today,
And the tears will start unbidden
While my children round me play.

For Keziah soon will leave me
And my father too, you know,
Oh, may earths choistest blessings
Fall upon them where ere they go.

Jonathan still lives in Hastings
George has gone a'claiming too,
So you see they all are going
And I'll be left alone like you.

Still keep courage absent sister,
Should misfortune round you play -
They are but a flying shadow
And may quickly pass away.

Good buy sister, till I see you,
Don't forget that I am here,
Look ahead into the future
For it shortly will appear.

It may bring again our meeting
Though we have not met for years,
Then keep courage, absent sister
Till the looked for time appears.

Your sister Rebecca.
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Another poem-letter by Rebecca reads as follows. Potions of this old letter are unreadable where it had been folded or water-stained through the years. It is a remarkable bit of history in verse, so we have inserted, in brackets, guesses at the words that are unreadable, to help you read this bit of pioneer history.


May 3rd

I have sat down Lavina to write you a letter
My Ink is quite poor and my pen is no better
But if you are [anxious] to hear of the news
My pen and bad writing perhaps you'le excuse

We are all well and nothing remains
But to think of our [losses] or count our small gains
Now since I've commenced my letter in verse
I'le finish it through for better or worse

The spring so long absent is coming again
Enriching the earth with its showers of rain
The green grass so tender for cattle to eat
Like a rich velvet carpet lay at your feet

And the broad rolling prairie that a few weeks ago
Was hidden from sight neat a mantle of snow
Presents to your vision and ocean of green
That Ssrpasses in beauty a Michigan scene

I think there will nothing our prairie [can surpass]
[Such] beautiful flowers just peeping through grass
Oh think not that beauty is [ ? ] in the [West ]
When each cliff and tree in a green robe is [dressed]

Majestic rocks [span] the broad river
And seem leaving earth to reach the blue skies
Such crags and cliffs all thrown up so rude
Where the bird of our country alone dare intrude

The plumb and the crabapple too are in bloom
Each filling the air with a pleasant perfume
And the strawberry vine with its blossom so white
Promises fruit if it meets with no blight

The prospect of apples is bad I confess
But I think there'le be more before there is less
Though apples are missing we have other good fruit
And a plenty of pumpkins and squashes to boot

The prospect of grain is very good here
I think that the farmers will be well paid this year
But that your garden has beat mine is all understood
for since mine is a failure yours has proved good

George started in April to look for a claim
[Alby ] not being ready he had to remain
He found one that suited his taste very well
And thought the rest would like it but he could not tell

[Alby] has been since to look at the same
And if nothing prevents he will take him a claim
There is not prairie and timber too
But plenty of meadow and for stock it will do

The land it is rich and light is the breaking
And a number of farms already are making
A few weeks ago George went back again
And took father with him to stay on the claim

Father has taken a claim and a house he will make
In a beautiful place on the bank of a lake
I think he'le be happy with the lake at his door
for he can hunt by the moonlight or ply the rough ore

60 miles from here it is not very far
On the north fork of the Crow is the place where they are
[Norman's] not been to look at it yet
But say if he likes it a place he will get

Next Wednesday I think [ ? ] and [Norman] will go
To bring father back and then he will know
And if he should like it why then that is all
We'le make preparations for moving this fall

Now Lovina and Jake will you come and go too?
And not stay in Michigan to live your life through
Yet if you come here you will not escape
For sickness and death will you over take

But come to this country it may prolong your days
So leave behind Michigan and come rite away
Ways is the word the Hoosier would say
But if you do not like ways you can have it your way

I'le finish my scribling now before long
for I am almost as you see at the end of my song
Now Lovina kiss Charly and Alice for me
I was just going to say Jake but he may go free

But I'le send my love to you and the friends where you are
And Jacob of course will [count] in for a share

Now I would like to hear from the prairie folks all
And more than that like to give them a call

If you do not like verses you can tell me the same
And I'le write you in prose when I write again
And do not get mad cause my paper is torn
for since Ive no other the luck must be borne

But when I write again I will have a descent sheet
And perhaps I'le surprise you I will do it up so neat
I think I test your patience some but a little longer wait
And I'le finish up my letter because its getting late

[ Keziah's] well at present her children are like wise
And she' s always with a needle or [ ? ] or making pies
She says she would like to see you and I [know ] that it is true
for she very often tells me she would like to be with you

If I tell you I am lazy you will not say well done
for you'le know that is a habit not easy overcome
Now Ive written you a letter twil take an hour to trace thru
And if you'le write me one as lengthy I'le be much obliged to you

Rebecca


Parents: James Leeper-Buck3388.

Spouse: Albigence B (Alby) Bucklin-Buck11. 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.


Sarah Leighton189 was born on 8 March 1877 in Rhode Island. She died in 1915 at the age of 38.189 She was buried in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Cumberland, Rhode Island.45,189 Sarah has reference number Buck1052.

Spouse: William H Bucklin-Buck4454. Sarah Leighton and William H Bucklin were married in 1900.


Rhoda Leland was born in 1754 in Sherborn, Middlesex, Massachusetts Bay, British America.949,2944 She died on 28 October 1823 at the age of 69 in New York.2944 She has reference number Buck1379. Rhoda was buried at Spiegletown Cemetery in Schaghiticoke, New York, United States.2944

Spouse: Isaac Bucklin-Buck1233. Rhoda Leland and Isaac Bucklin were married UNKNOWN.949 Children were: Daniel Bucklin-Buck3790, Anna Bucklin-Buck3794, Hannah Bucklin-Buck3795, Isaac Bucklin-Buck3807, Sylvanus Bucklin-Buck1235, Rhoda Bucklin-Buck3901, Lucinda Bucklin-Buck1360.


Rev Abner Leonard was born on 4 November 1777 in Raynham, Massachusetts Bay, British America. He died on 7 October 1831 at the age of 53 in Hinsdale, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States.2945 He has reference number Buck1944.

Spouse: Chloe Bucklin-Buck641. Chloe Bucklin and Rev Abner Leonard were married on 20 October 1800 in Guilford, Windham, Vermont, United States.731 Children were: Mary Leonard-Buck1952.


Mary Leonard was born about 1807 in Hinsdale, Cheshire, New Hampshire, United States. She died on 21 July 1876 at the age of 69 in Wilmington, Vermont, United States.731 She has reference number Buck1952. Mary was married to Judge Ezra Turner Butterfield. Parents: Rev Abner Leonard-Buck1944 and Chloe Bucklin-Buck641.