|Anita Buck Gilbreth (#46880873)|
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I've been working on my family tree since 2007 and if it wasn't for Find A Grave I don't know where I would be. FAG has been such a tremendous help to me. Family lines I'm currently working on: Buck, Leroy, Rhea, Hollis, Gilbreth, Crawford, Robinson, and Owen.|
I will be happy to transfer memorials that I have added to family members. I, unlike a few others, do not need "proof" that you are related. It's a sad day when someone won't transfer a memorial that they added and are not related to.
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Hi Anita -
I found some more links to other Bucks so I'm sending Morgan Buck's Find A Grave again with the added links. Thanks again for giving me Morgan. Also, you might want to check some of Dock E. Buck's siblings (he is my grandpa) but I notice further down the line they seem to intertwine with other Bucks and it might be helpful to you. Martha
Added by Martha on Jul 21, 2014 4:26 PM
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You are very welcome. Glad I could help
Added by baack40 on Jul 19, 2014 9:04 PM
I'm emailing you a long document on the Buck Family -hope it helps. Martha
Added by Martha on Jul 13, 2014 5:30 PM
I transferred your Morgan Buck back to you. Thank you for transferring my Morgan to me. They both have fathers named John Buck. Mine is John Cornelius Buck who married Elizabeth Betsy Barnett. My Morgan was born in 1823 in NC and died as a POW pvt in 1864 in the Civil War and is buried in Rock Island Confederate Cemetery, Ill. He was married to Ruthey Martha Mathilda____.
Most of my Bucks settled in Clark County, Ark. There probably is some family connection somewhere along the way. I have been trying to connect my family in Arkansas which includes Bucks married to Callaway, Francis, Golden, Cox, Rinkle, Holder, Pierce, Still, Pagan, etc. Most of mine are buried in Golden Cemetery, Callaway Cemetery, Unity Cemetery, DeGray Cemetery as well as a few others. My John C Buck and Morgan Buck I came from NC, but I don't know if they left at the same time. They both settled mostly in Clark County, Ark. My grandfather lived in Hollywood, Amity and then Arkadelphia. His children grew up in Arkadelphia and the outskirts I still have 3 cousins who live in Arkadephia. They are Elizabeth "Libby" Francis Gardner, Ricky Francis & Dicky Francis. They all have grandkids. My great Aunt Violet "Ted" Buck lives in the nursing home in Arkadelphia, she is 101!
Added by Martha on Jul 06, 2014 7:57 AM
You transferred the wrong Morgan Buck to me. His Find A Grave is 44353758 - He is married to Missouri Cox and his parents are Pvt. Morgan Buck who died in a POW camp in 1864 in the Civil War. I have most of his siblings connected to him, including, Georgia, Lou, Newt, Wesley, Eria, Lizzie, Carrie, Eva, Reuben. I just have to find Frank and add back my grandfather, Dock Buck. My Find A Grave is 48249837. I don't know the Morgan Buck Sr. you transferred so you may have him back. Thank you.
Added by Martha on Jul 05, 2014 4:51 PM
Morgan Buck who married Missouri Cox Buck is my great grandfather. His Find A Grave is 44353758. He was born Feb. 13, 1859 and died Jan. 11, 1932. I was wondering if you would transfer his management to me. Thank you. Martha Buck Abbott firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by Martha on Jun 25, 2014 4:44 PM
If you look at Georgia Buck Holder, you will see her parents, spouse and siblings. I've been trying to match everyone with their family. Maybe some of these siblings you might know or have heard of or maybe they may have married back into your Bucks. I've found when you go a couple of generations back there is some sibling who has married into another close family, so they are lots of 3rd, 4th, etc. cousins. I know a lot of the Holders, Francis, Pierce, Callaway and Cox families have mixed in here and there with the Bucks.
Added by Martha on Jun 06, 2014 9:51 AM
I was just looking at some of your Buck Family. I see that you have the Morgan Buck who married Barbara Beale. I also see that you have my grandfather's sister, Georgia Buck Holder. After my dad's mom, Eula Callaway Buck, died from childbirth complications when my Uncle Tom was born, Aunt Georgia and Aunt Lou Buck helped care for my dad who was only 3 when his mom died and my uncle Tom who was a newborn. When grandpa remarried, dad went to live with them. Uncle Tom stayed with Aunt Lou Buck until he was 6.
Added by Martha on Jun 06, 2014 9:43 AM
My Buck Family came from N.C. John Cornelius Buck and his son Morgan Buck both left (I don't know if it was at the same time) and settled in Arkansas. Specifically around Clark County, Arkadelphia. Some were in Amity, Hollywood, and DeGray.
This is my line:
(1) John Cornelius Buck married Betsey.
(2) Morgan Buck married Ruthie Matilda.
(3) Morgan Buck married Missouri Jane Cox.
(4) Dock Buck (1895 - 1883)married (1) Eula Callaway(1903-1926)(2)Ruby Still (1902-2001).
(5) Dock Buck, Jr. married Carmen Dendy.
(6) Martha Buck Abbott
My dad, Dock Buck Jr. (April 16, 1923 - Oct. 27, 2004) moved to Houston, Texas after he got back from WWII. Dad was a staff sergeant in the Phillipines.
He came here to find work and met and married my mom and they raised 7 children. My grandfather, Dock Buck, Sr. fought in WWI. and Morgan Buck, Sr. died in a Civil War POW camp.
Added by Martha on Jun 06, 2014 9:36 AM
you have most of it right. Here is his date of death 6/5/1969. He and Hazel married in 1935. 1930 Census brother and Frank And Sisters Bernice and Margaret. Parents Robert(Burt) and Alice(Allie)
Hope this helps as my email is not working. Glad for family.GOD BLESS.
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