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Buckle Name Study

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Surnames/tags: Buckle Buckel Buckell
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This is a One Name Study to collect together in one place everything about one surname and the variants of that name. The hope is that other researchers like you will join our study to help make it a valuable reference point for people studying lines that cross or intersect. Current varriants included Buckell

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I have another BUCKLE FAMILY too (and on ancestry some twat/imbecile has managed to create a nonsensical family tree perpetuated in mythdom by many others, that combine the South Western English BUCKLES with Mid-North Eastern english BUCKLES, with the most ridiculous path of non-genealogical records now to mankind! *sigh*

Anyway... my ancestors on that line start with Thomas BUCKLE (6th gt. grandfather) who was buried in All Saint's Churchyard in Great Oakley, Essex, in 1768, having married more than once, in the same parish. I'm not so worried about the DNA Matching of Descendants on that line, as we do have an unbroken line of parish records to support the family (NPEs notwithstanding).

posted by Julie Collins
You've already seen my cousin's listing for John or Joseph BUCKLE bp Malmesbury, Wiltshire, England, but I desperately need DNA evidence... it's the only family of 4th gt. grandparents that I've confidently researched (I've got some other brick walls) that I don't have proven DNA matched descendants for. *sigh* I do, however, have lots of records of his supposed descendants (if I can prove the link), along with some private family trees of siblings and etc. There is a lot of difficulty with the variant spellings of the surname... and I haven't done a lot on his siblings lines.... until I can prove they're my lines. The problem is that there is no supporting baptism of my ancestress to him. Just lots and lots of circumstantial evidence. A DNA match would seal the deal.
posted by Julie Collins