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James , s/o John B. Buckman II and Ann Drinker of St. Mary's County
Posted by: Linda Julius (ID *****3222) Date: December 02, 2008 at 13:37:55
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Can anyone give me some info on this person.
I need to know if the James Buckman, mentioned in the article below, is the son of John Baptist Buckman and Ann Drinker.
Today I ran across an article in the Nemaha County, Kansas, Genelogical Society Newsletter, Vol.5, No.4, page 2, May 1998, --- a biographical sketch on C.H. Buckman [Charles H. Buckman]
I will not quote the entire article...
"C.H. Buckman, merchant of fine old Kentucky family, representing the third generation identified with that State. His grandfather, James Buckman, a Marylander with Ignatius Buckman and Ignatius Yates, a brother and brother-in-law, settled on the "dark and bloody ground" of Kentucky in 1808. Both Yates and Buckman were butchered by the Indians within four years. James W. Buckman, father of C.H. and son of James Buckman, was born in Marion Kentucky, reared a farmer, married Susan Yates, and died at the ages of sixty-five. C.H. Buckman born in 1831, near Springfield, Washington Ky, merchant. In April 1857 he removed to St. Joseph Missouri....
He married, 1856, Miss Martha Quiggins, a native of Elizabtown [Elizabethtown]...

I know there are errors in this biography. If James, the elder, is the son of John B. and Ann, who did he marry and when?

Thanks for any help,
Linda J.

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