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Buck History and Genealogy

Embracing the traditional and comprehensive genealogical history of the Buck family in Europe and America, with relative branches of the Baldwins, Bostwicks, Bushes, Meads, Northups, Paines, Stoddards, Vialls, Willmarths, Walters, Waters, etc. Combined in keeping with a general review of passing events and biographical compendium of world history and advancement to the present time.

  • by Samuel Buck (b.1841)
  • published by Free Press Printing Co., Burlington, Vt., 1917
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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Introduuction
  • Americans cousinships of English blood of Wm. the Conqueror, ancestor to thousands of English and American people
  • Origin of surnames in the good old days of long ago
  • Inheritage
  • Earliest Grecan history, pertaining to ancestral line of the Bucks in Asia
  • Ancient history personified and reconstructed in the process and construction of the nations
  • Our earliest ancestral history in Flanders, of the Bucks, in their genealogical family descent
  • Peninsula of Gallipoli
  • History and genealogy of the Franks, in descent from Priam, King of Troy
  • The Count of Flanders, and Matilda, wife of Wm. the conqueror
  • Once wealthy Bruges now plaintive memory
  • Louvain sacked and burned
  • Hissarlic, the seat of ancient Troy, in Dr. Schliemanns excavations and those of Dr. Dorpfield in 1893
  • Greek love for personification illustrated in the Sidonians and the wanderings of Ulysses and his son, Telemachus
  • Rome, Constantinople and the Franks, in the ancestry and relationship of the succeeding nations and in conformity and explanation of the "Buck hist. Gen."
  • Noted towns and cities in France associated in relation to the early lines of the Buck history
  • "On Flanders Field" and Where Poppies Bloom"
  • Huguenots of France suffered for their faith and driven into exile, by revocation of Edict of Nantes, 1685
  • Our European ancestry in Italy and France, with Rheims and description and destruction of its great cathedral in late World War
  • Frances devastations in German invasions of World War
  • Real estate in Latium
  • Noted European and Asiatic cities, in relation or pertaining to the early line of Buck history. Worms in Hesse, on the Rhine. Cologne Cathedral, on the Rhine. Jerusalem, Palestine, and Scotland
  • Sir John Buck, Knight Admiral of Rhodes, and the knights of St. John in their heroic defense and overthrow by Turks
  • German Bucks in America. Darmundstadt, Grand Duchy of Hesse, Germany, is situated in the Odenwald Forest
  • Leipzig battle monument
  • The Bucks in peace and war. Jean Buche, son of Jasper of Harberg, in Old Lorraine
  • Our earliest ancestral history in England of the Bucks in genealogy family descent
  • Noted castle and cathedral cities in England pertaining to Buck history
  • Noted cathedrals, castles and abbeys of old England associated in Buck history
  • Noted towns and cities in England in relation or pertaining to Buck history
  • The price of nobility
  • Gloucester, London and Stratford-on-Avon in English history, associated with that of the Bucks of England and Queen Catherine Parr
  • Queen Catherine Parr, last wife of Henry 8th a descendant of the Bucks, and others in England
  • Dorothy Vernon at Haddon Hall. Formerly owned by William de Peveril, after the conquest, 1066
  • Helen of Troy and the Trojan War
  • Grecian imprints : Blend is incomplete
  • Bucks who served in the War of the Rebellion. Vermont volunteers, and New York in the revolution
  • Of Bucks in the employ of the U. S. Government, civil service, in 1917, from published official documents
  • Three great events in the American revolution, from which we achieved our independence, from "important historical documents"
  • Fort Ticonderoga
  • Our earliest ancestral history in America of the Bucks in their genealogy family lines of descent
  • The original Bucks of Weathersfield, Conn. Their families and descendants for 150 years, as carried out from their marriages there recorded in N. E. reg
  • Descendants of Emanuel and Sarah Buck of Weathersfield, Conn
  • Wm. and Roger Buck Family, first Buck settlers at Cambridge and Woburn, Mass
  • The ancestry of Eunice Buck of Hebron, Conn., from Mrs. Thomas M. Cory of Little Rock, Ark
  • The ancestry of Clinton C. Buck of Winsted, Conn., down from Emanuel of Weathersfield, Conn
  • The ancestry of Samuel Buck of Crown Point, N. Y., in regular branch from Emanuel of Weathersfield, Conn
  • Descendents of Roger Buck of Woburn, Mass
  • "At 62 and 82 of My Old House" and "Life"
  • The ancestry and descendants of Capt. Wm. Buck of New Milford, Conn. and Continental Army
  • Pennsylvania, western, eastern and western, and southern Bucks. The Bucks of Susquehanna Co., by Emily C. Blakeman, Philadelphia, 1873
  • Bucks of Baltimore, Md., Washington, D. C., Philadelphia, Bucks Co., Pa., and Maine Buck descendants
  • New Hampshire Bucks. Descendents of Emauel of Weathersfield, Conn. and Roger of Woburn, Mass
  • Bucks of Wilmington, Mass., descendants of Roger of Woburn, Mass., 1630
  • The "Hills, and the Brooks of New England"
  • Old Virginia, in its earliest history, expansion and emigration westward
  • Virginia Bucks and descendants
  • Bucks of North and South Carolina
  • Extracts from "The colonial cavalier or Southern life, before the revolution," by Maud Wilder Goodwin
  • Earliest southern Buck Families. Buck of North Carolina
  • Paine history and genealogy, of the several Paine branches we have the following as the most authentie of our line
  • Mead history and genealogy
  • History and genealogy of the Viall Family
  • The Stephens Family in England and descendants in America
  • Pittsford, Vt., in its earliest relationships of the Bucks, Stephens and other families there. Also the rise of the Methodist, Baptist and Congregational Churches in England and America
  • Distinguished Bucks from "whos who in America"
  • Noted Bucks in American literature and science, periodical and published books
  • Beaumont B. Buck, distinguished American General in World War
  • Dr. Clair Arelius Buck, Pharmacist, Marines, no. 2, in U. S. N., in France
  • Capt. Oscar L. Buck, Co. A, 165 inft., "Rainbow Div.," in France
  • A gallant soldier
  • Andrew H. Buck, bn. Apr. 23, 1891, died Dec. 5, 1918, son of Dr. H. A. Buck of Burlington, Vt
  • Expeditional forces in France. Buck (and aliases) in casualties lists in American Army in France
  • Bucks of Chicago, Ill., and environs, selected names in telephone and telegraph directory of 1919
  • Bucks of New York City, Manhattan and the Bronx, May 8, 1919
  • Brooklyn, N. Y., Bucks. Brough of Brooklyn and Queens
  • Official register of the United States, 1919 directory. Of Bucks in the employ of the United States Government civil service
  • Bucks of Philadelphia, Pa. selected names with addresses, Mar. 15, 1922
  • Bucks of eastern Pennsylvania. Selected names from various counties and cities, Mar. 15, 1920
  • Buck Family. Selected names and addresses, taken in 1920 from telephone and city directories of New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Pittsburgh and suburban places
  • List of libraries, historical and Genealogical Societies and Bucks and relatives who took the first "Buck hist. and gen.," with the addresses to which the book was sent and received
  • Buck addresses to which circulars were sent of first book, 1917 to 1920, and not taking the book
  • Libraries to which descriptive circulars of first book were sent, between 1917 to 1921, and not taking it
  • "A Mother Speaks" and "Temples not made with Hands"

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