Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v1p286


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and it is found on rec. that John Bucklin, wh. may be a name of the
same stock capricious. varied, d. 20 June 1677. WILLIAM, Hartford, d.
13 May 1691, leav. William, and Charles. He was not relat. of Thomas.

    BUCKLEY, JOSEPH, Boston, merch. m. Joanna, d. of Richard Shute,
wid. of Nathaniel Nichols, perhaps in 1688, had Joseph, bapt. 5 Apr. 1691;
and Richard, b. 5 Oct. 1695, both bapt. at Charlestown; and by his will of 24
Nov. 1700, pro. 19 Mar. 1702, provides for that w. during her life to have his
dw. ho. wh. had been giv. him by f.-in-law, but to s. Joseph, the eldest,
Richard, and Thomas, £300. ea. as he comes to 21 yrs. THOMAS, a soldier
of Lothrop's comp. k. 18 Sept. 1675, at Bloody brook. In this
form often appears the more disting. name of Bulkly.

    BUCKLINE, JOHN, Rehoboth, bur. 20 June 1677, as was NEHEMIAH,
19 May preced. Perhaps they were ch. of Joseph Buckland. STEPHEN, Bristol,
in Feb. 1689, had w. and two ch.

    BUCKMAN, JOHN, Boston, by w. Hannah had Hannah, b. 5 July 1653.
One of this name was a soldier in Moseley's comp. Dec. 1675. See
under Bucknam.

    BUCKMINISTER, JAMES, Sudbury 1640, an orig. propr. Shattuck.
JOSEPH, Boston, s. of Thomas, by w. Elizabeth d. of Hugh Clark; of Watertown,
had Joseph, b. 31 July, bapt. 23 Sept. 1666; and the f. d. 20 Nov.
1668. His posthum. d. Elizabeth was bapt. 10 Jan. foll. In his rec. Eliot
calls him Buckmaster; the resid. being at Muddy riv. Roxbury rec.
contain no m. b. or d. tho. convenience of worship took him and his fam.
to the ch. there. The wid; Elizabeth d. at Framingham, where her s. liv.
from wh. by w. Martha, d. of John Sharp, m. 12 May 1686, descend the
disting. stock of this name. THOMAS, Scituate, perhaps gr.s. of that
Thomas, whose Almanac, comput. for 1599, in his 67th yr. is now bef.
me, rem. to Boston, where on the ch. rec. of his adm. 4 Oct. 1645,
"upon let. of dism. from the ch. of Scituate" (his w. Joan being rec.the
same day), he is call. laborer; but the spell. in both cases is as in our
day. Yet it is strange that Deane omits the name. He liv. at what is
now Brookline, prob. worship. at Roxbury, where Hannah, bapt. 28
June 1646, may have been his d. and have d. young. He was freem.
1646, and d. 28 Sept. 1656; in his will of 2 Sept. pro. 23 Nov. in that
yr. ment. w. Joanna, s. Zechariah, ds. Elizabeth w. of Thomas Spowell,
Mary, w. of Henry (as Barry thinks was his name) Stevens, Dorcas,
of Clement Corbin, or Corbett, s. Thomas, Joseph, and Jabez, d.
Spowell's two ch., d. Stevens's two ch., d. Corbin's ch., Zechary's ch.
and, last, d. Sarah. A s. Lawrence, prob. the eldest, had made his will,
27 Nov. 1645, bound to sea, perhaps d. bef. ret. as it was pro. 4 July
after. He is presum. from it to have been unm. See Geneal. Reg. III.
178. Dorcas had m. 7 Mar. 1655, the same day with her br. Zechariah;
and Sarah m. 30 Sept. 1657, John Lawrence. Jabez was prob. m. and
d. Sept. 1686. The wid. m. 1 Sept. 1661, Edward Garfield of