||Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England
||Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Charlestown, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire, United States
Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
New London, New London, Connecticut, United States
Roxbury, Suffolk, Massachusetts, United States
Stonington, New London, Connecticut, United States
||1639 - 1726
||BUCKMINISTER - BUDLEY
|Volume 1, Page 287
Watertown. THOMAS, Boston, a carpenter, s. of the preced. d. Dec. 1659,
leav. wid. Mary. Inv. of his est. amt. to �39. 16. ZECHARIAH, Boston,
br. of the preced. m. 7 Mar. 1655, Sarah Webb, had prob. sev. ch.
rem. among early sett. to Sherborn, there d. after 1691. His wid. Sarah
d. at Roxbury 27 June 1704.
BUCKMAN, JOSES, Malden, s. of William, by w. Judith Worth, m. 1
May 1673, had Samuel, b. Apr. 1674; Judith, 7 Aug. 1676; Sarah,
1680; Mary; Susanna, 8 Aug. 1685; William, 22 Feb. 1688; Edward,
22 May 1692; and Lydia, posthum. 23 Mar. 1695; and d. 24
Aug. 1694. But by a former w. prob. d. of George Knower, he had
Joses, b. Jan. 1667; Hannah, Aug. 1669; and Elizabeth and prob. John.
His wid. m. John Lynde. WILLIAM, Charlestown 1647, on the Mistick
side, wh. bec. Malden, had by first w. only ch. John; and by sec. w.
Sarah had Joses, b. 1641; Elizabeth 1644; Mercy, 14 Feb. 1648; Sarah,
July 1650; William, Aug. 1652; Mehitable, Aug. 1654; Edward, Sept.
1657; Samuel, wh. d. 13 Sept. 1658, prob. a few hours old; and Samuel,
again, Feb. 1660; and d. early in 1679. Elizabeth m. Benjamin Whittemore,
and d. 18 July 1726; Mercy m. 7 Dec. 1669, Benjamin Webb;
Mehitable m. Samuel Waite; and Sarah m. 24 July 1676, Samuel
Shattuck. WILLIAM, Malden, s. of the preced. m. 11 Oct. 1676, Hannah
Waite, had no ch. and d. 17 Sept. 1693, giv. all his prop. to w. by
his will. A John Buckman, perhaps the same name, was of Boston
1673, was prob. gr.ch. of Prudence Wilkinson, and of first William. Of
him, I presume, it is, that Sewall, in his Diary, under 30 Oct. 1696, relates,
that he had been perfectly dumb for eighteen yrs. and had his speech
restor. It is almost certain that he was the first s. of the first William,
wh. in his will, explain. why he gave him so small a portion was, bec. he
had been infirm from early youth, and was tak. by his gr.mo.
BUCKNELL, SAMUEL, Boston, m. 18 Sept. 1654, Sarah, d. of Nathaniel
Bishop, had Sarah, b. 17 May 1655, wh. d. next yr; Nathaniel, 1 June 1659.
BUCKNER, CHARLES, Dover, sch.master 1657, rem. in few yrs. to Boston,
had w. Mary.
BUDD, EDWARD, Boston 1668, and sev. yrs. bef. a carver. * JOHN,
New Haven 1639, liv. some yrs. at Southold, on L. I. as a freem. of
Conn. a lieut. 1661, and rep. for Greenwich 1664, and for the Unit. Col.
of Conn. 1666, and after. He was rep. for Milford in 1677, Trumbull,
II. 318, then call. him Bird. JONATHAN, New Haven 1643, had fam.
of six, and rem. but to what place is unkn.
BUDDINGTON, BODINGTON or BUDINGTON, WALTER, Stonington
1668, rem. to New London, and d. 1689, leav. no ch. but his nearest of
kin was Walter, a neph. constable at N. L. 1695, on Groton side.
BUDLEY, ANDREW, Ipswich, prob. s. of Giles of the same, m. 14 Mar.
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