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Re: BUCKMAN, Mary & James England 1800's
Posted by: Caroline Simpson Olson Date: January 18, 2002 at 13:27:18
In Reply to: Re: BUCKMAN, Mary & James England 1800's by Patrick Buckman of 329

I. too, am researching that same line of Buckmans (going back to John Baptist Buckman and Suzanna (or Susanna) Smith Buckman. I found it awfully ironic that the place in England was named the same name as where our Buckmans settled in Maryland. Another irony: My great-grandfather, and my great-great-grandfather both had the name of Clement T. Buckman. There are several other men in the Buckman family with that name. I wonder if they were originally named after the geographic area where the family came from. . .

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