BUCK FAMILY HISTORY

 

HENRY BUCK m. 23 Dec 1732 at Osmington, Dorset, DOROTHY, bapt 8 Jun 1712 at Osmington, dau of JOHN HELLIER and his wife SUSANNAH (née COOKE). She d. 14 Apr 1770 and was buried at Wyke Regis, Dorset on 19 Apr 1770 having had issue:

 

1.          RICHARD, of whom presently.

2.          Thomas, mariner, bapt 5 Jan 1738 at Wyke Regis, m. 7 Apr 1766 at Wyke Regis, Mary, bapt 30 Dec 1740 at Wyke Regis, dau of John Bishop.  She was buried at All Saints’, Wyke Regis on 8 Dec 1813 and he was buried at All Saints’, Wyke Regis on 21 Dec 1826 having had issue:

a.       Thomas, of 12 Cove Square, Weymouth, b. circa 1767, m. 7 Mar 1791 at Wyke Regis, Tabitha Fear.  She was buried at Wyke Regis on 19 Apr 1803 and he was buried at Wyke Regis on 6 Mar 1839 (P.C.C. will dated 14 Feb 1837 and proved 25 Apr 1839). 

b.      Henry, bapt 24 Jul 1768 at Wyke Regis, m. 3 Mar 1796 at Melcombe Regis, Dorset, Sarah Fowler, bapt 29 Jul 1771 at Wyke Regis, dau of John Flew and his wife Mary (née Fowler). She was buried at Wyke Regis on 17 Jan 1834 having had issue:

1.          Henry, carpenter, of 15 Horsford Street, Weymouth, bapt 18 Jan 1808 at Wyke Regis, d. 1877.

1.      Sarah, of Weymouth, bapt 10 Oct 1802 at Wyke Regis, d. unmarried and was buried at Wyke Regis on 10 Dec 1870.

2.          Mary, bapt 8 Apr 1805 at Wyke Regis.

3.          Elizabeth, bapt 7 Apr 1806 at Melcombe Regis, d. young.

c.         Charles, tidewaiter or Customs officer, of Hope Quay, Weymouth, bapt 14 Feb 1770 at Wyke Regis, m. 1stly 24 Dec 1792 at Wyke Regis, Letitia Hawkins, bapt 5 Sep 1771 at Melcombe Regis, dau of John Cromey and his wife (née Hawkins).  She d. 8 Feb 1833 at Weymouth and was buried at Wyke Regis on 15 Feb 1833 having had issue:

1.      John, tide waiter or Customs officer, of 1 Cove Row, Weymouth, bapt 5 Aug 1798 at Wyke Regis, m. 10 Jun 1821 at Wyke Regis, Frances Bolt. He d. 3 Nov 1863 at Cove Row, Weymouth and she d. 10 Jan 1866 at Charles Street, Milford, Pembrokeshire (Administration dated 2 Feb 1866) having had issue:

a.        Caroline, of 3 Gloucester Terrace, Melcombe Regis, bapt 7 Jul 1822 at Melcombe Regis, m. 25 Jan 1845 at Wyke Regis, Richard Nanscawan Barrett, mariner and Coast Guard employee, Chief Officer of H.M. Revenue cruiser Active in 1866, son of Richard Barrett of Saltash, Cornwall and had issue: 5 daus.

b.       Frances, bapt 31 Oct 1824 at Wyke Regis.

c.        Eliza, bapt 10 Aug 1828 at Wyke Regis and was buried at Wyke Regis on 18 Jan 1829.

d.       Louisa, bapt 4 Dec 1831 at Melcombe Regis.

2.      Charles, coal merchant, of Weymouth, bapt 14 Jun 1801 at Wyke Regis, m. Rebecca Tompkins. He was buried at Wyke Regis on 17 Nov 1857 (Will dated 20 Oct 1856 and proved 9 Aug 1859) and she d.s.p. 17 Feb 1891 (Will dated 15 Apr 1885 and proved 3 March 1891) and was buried at Holy Trinity, Weymouth on 21 Feb 1891.

3.          Thomas, bapt 31 Jul 1803 at Wyke Regis, m. Sarah – and had issue:

a.       Thomas, mariner, of 12 Francis Road, Bermondsey, Surrey, bapt 25 Jul 1824 at Wyke Regis, m. Mary Clark, bapt 28 Jun 1835 at St. Mary’s, Portsea, dau of John Woodhead.  He d. 1878 having had issue:

1.      John William, carman, of 2 Cooks Buildings, Southwark in 1891, b. circa 1861, living in 1901.

2.      Henry Woodhead, carman, of 2 Cooks Buildings, Southwark in 1891, b. circa 1863, d. 1897.

3.      Frederick Arthur, b. circa 1871, d. unmarried 1891.

1.      Mary Sarah, of Norwood, Surrey, b. circa 1858, m. 1876, Albert James Holley, railway porter. He d. 1894 having had issue: 2 sons and 3 daus.

2.      Frances Laura, dressmaker, b. 1865, m. 1891, Alfred Charles Hall, printer.

3.      Emma Louise, of Paddington, b. circa 1868, m. 1890, Harry George Willoughby and had issue.

4.      Letitia Harriett, domestic servant, of 288 Stanstead Road, Lewisham in 1891, b. 1873.

b.       George Edward, bapt 27 Nov 1825 at Wyke Regis, m. 3 May 1853 in Cape Town, South Africa, Charlotte Jacoba Catherine Covese.

c.       Charles William, of 109 Abbey Street, Bermondsey, bapt 13 May 1827 at Wyke Regis, m. 1854 at Bermondsey, Clara Forss, who d. 5 Sep 1873 having had issue:

1.      Charles Forss, b. 1856, d. 1867.

1.      Clara Maria, of Tynemouth, Northumberland, b. 3 Mar 1855 at Bermondsey, m. 1877, James Henry Tanner, tea agent.

4.         William Bishop, unmarried, bapt 8 Jul 1810 at Wyke Regis and was lost at sea in 1833 (Administration dated 27 Oct 1857).

5.          Jeremiah Cromey, J.P. (obituary), bank clerk, of Liverpool and 73 St. Thomas Street, Melcombe Regis, bapt 4 Apr 1813 at Wyke Regis, d. unmarried 28 Oct 1888 at 9 Clarence Buildings, Melcombe Regis (Will dated 12 May 1888 and proved 19 Nov 1888) and was buried in Melcombe Regis Cemetery on 2 Nov 1888.

1.          Letitia, bapt 25 May 1794 at Wyke Regis, m. 22 Oct 1814 at Wyke Regis, Peter Swatridge. She d. 4 Jul 1861 and was buried in Melcombe Regis Cemetery on 8 Jul 1861 and he d. 4 Sep 1874 and was buried in Melcombe Regis Cemetery on 8 Sep 1874 having had issue: 1 son.

2.          Mary Ann, bapt 1 May 1796 at Melcombe Regis, m. 1 Jun 1822 at Wyke Regis, William Dyer Poole, builder, who d. 1873 having had issue: 1 son and 2 daus.

3.          Eliza, bapt 26 Jun 1808 at Wyke Regis.

He m. 2ndly 3 Apr 1834 at Radipole, Dorset, Harriet Munro. He d. 12 Mar 1845 and was buried at Wyke Regis on 19 Mar 1845 (P.C.C. will dated 19 Jan 1842 and proved 27 Sep 1845) and she was buried at Wyke Regis on 18 Feb 1851 (P.C.C. will dated 7 Feb 1851 and proved 3 Jan 1852) having had issue:

7.      William Bishop, master mariner, bapt 11 Jan 1836 at St. Nicholas Independent Church, Weymouth, m. 1856, Mary Ann Holman and d.s.p. 19 Oct 1862 off Aldeburgh, Suffolk when the Good Intent, a 126-ton brigantine, was lost with all hands (Will dated 25 Apr 1857 and proved 23 Dec 1862).

d.          William Bishop, bapt 9 Nov 1777 at Wyke Regis.

e.          Bernard Bishop, master mariner, owner of the Integrity, of 1 Cove Street, Weymouth, bapt 29 May 1780 at Wyke Regis, m. 24 Dec 1806 at Wyke Regis, Sophia, bapt 29 Jun 1780 at Child Okeford, dau of Charles Cox and his wife Dorothy (née Crane).  She d. 21 Jun 1844 at Dorset Place, Wyke Regis and was buried at Wyke Regis on 28 Jun 1844 and he d. 28 Dec 1859 at High Street, Weymouth having had issue:

1.      Samuel Charles, bapt 2 Jun 1816 at Wyke Regis, d. 28 Sep 1839 at Hope Square, Weymouth and was buried at Wyke Regis on 5 Oct 1839.

2.      George Henry, tea salesman, of Adderbury, Oxfordshire, b. 30 Sep 1818, bapt 1 Nov 1818 at Wyke Regis, m. 26 Oct 1858 at Croydon, Surrey, Mary, dau of Job Smith and his wife Mary (née Tyler). He d. 6 Jun 1880 and was buried at the Friends Meeting House, Adderbury and she d. 17 Jun 1914 at Ivy House, Adderbury having had issue:

a.       Mary Louisa, b. 28 Jun 1860 in Neithrop Fields, Banbury, Oxfordshire, m. 1 Jul 1884 at Adderbury, Oxfordshire, Henry Robert Clark, schoolmaster, son of George Clark of Bristol and his wife Elizabeth (née Sainsbury). She d. 13 Sep 1928 at Winscombe, Somerset and he d. 20 Sep 1938 at Welwyn Garden City and they were both buried at the Friends Meeting House, Sidcot, Somerset having had issue: 2 sons and 2 daus.

b.       Sophia Fanny, b. 20 Aug 1869 at Adderbury, d. unmarried 8 Dec 1945 and was buried at the Friends Meeting House, Adderbury.

1.          Sophia Elizabeth Mintern, bapt 24 Feb 1808 at Wyke Regis, m. 13 Oct 1830 at Child Okeford, John Swetman, d. 9 Nov 1835 and was buried at Wyke Regis on 16 Nov 1835 having had issue: 1 son.

2.          Fanny Bishop, of Blackburn, Lancashire, b. 19 Apr 1810 at Weymouth, bapt 20 May 1810 at Wyke Regis, m. 1839, Rev James Macpherson, Primitive Methodist Minister. She d. 15 Jan 1858 and was buried in Blackburn Cemetery and he d. 18 Apr 1901 at Cluny Cottage, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Lancashire (Will dated 14 May 1880) having had issue: 3 sons and 4 daus.

3.          Louisa Ann Cox, bapt 20 Jun 1813 at Wyke Regis, d. 1 Feb 1814 at Weymouth and was buried at Wyke Regis on 25 Feb 1814.

f.           Richard, shipwright, Sergeant at Mace or Town Beadle, of 6 Hope Quay, Weymouth, bapt 28 Dec 1782 at Wyke Regis, m. 1stly 22 Apr 1805 at Wyke Regis, Elizabeth Dowden, who was buried at Wyke Regis on 30 Nov 1848 having had issue:

1.      Richard, Coast Guard employee, bapt 24 May 1812 at Wyke Regis, m. 22 Jun 1842 at Pett, Sussex, Mary Ann Lewis and had issue:

a.          George Dowden, lithographic printer, b. 1845, m. Sarah M. – and had issue:

1.         George Dowden, b. circa 1869, d. 1898.

2.         William Edward, b. 1879.

1.      Sarah Ann L., b. 1876.

2.      Louisa Edith P., b. 1882.

b.       William Henry, commercial clerk, of Croydon, b. 1851, m. 1878, Martha Ann – and had issue:

1.      Henry Richard, clerk in cotton office, b. 1879.

2.      Herbert William, engineering apprentice in 1901, b. circa 1881.

3.         Frank Jackson, apprentice in cotton office in 1901, b. 1884.

4.         Charles L., b. 1886.

c.         Richard Alfred, painter and decorator, of Buxton, Derbyshire in 1881, b. 1852.

a.      Ann Lewis, bapt 21 May 1843 at Pett.

b.      Caroline Lewis, bapt 22 Jun 1857 at Pevensey, Sussex.

c.      Louisa, milliner, of 90 Arngask Road, Lewisham, b. 1861, m. 1889, Arthur Madell, draper’s manager, of Lewisham and had issue: 2 sons and 1 dau.

2.      James Dowden, bapt 2 Jun 1816 at Wyke Regis.

1.          Amelia, bapt 5 Jan 1806 at Melcombe Regis, buried at Wyke Regis on 16 Jul 1810.

2.          Ann, bapt 23 Dec 1807 at Melcombe Regis, m. 31 May 1830 at Wyke Regis, William Burt.

3.          Elizabeth, bapt 31 Dec 1809 at Wyke Regis.

4.          Martha, bapt 10 Apr 1814 at Wyke Regis, buried at Wyke Regis on 8 May 1814.

5.          Mary, bapt 2 Jun 1816 at Wyke Regis.

He m. 2ndly 1849, Maria Royall (who m. 2ndly William Norman Fowler), d. 25 Dec 1856 and was buried at Wyke Regis on 31 Dec 1856 (Will dated 7 Aug 1850 and proved 30 Aug 1862).

a.          Ann, schoolmistress, of 1 Cove Street, Weymouth, bapt 21 Nov 1771 at Wyke Regis, d. unmarried and was buried at Wyke Regis on 5 Jun 1852.

b.          Dorothy, bapt 12 Aug 1776 at Wyke Regis, m. 18 Oct 1797 at Wyke Regis, Abraham Tibbs, master of the Mary. He d. before 1837 and she d. at the Almshouses, Weymouth and was buried at Wyke Regis on 7 Feb 1854 having had issue: 2 sons and 2 daus.

3.       Henry, mariner and marine pilot, bapt 15 Nov 1741 at Wyke Regis, m. 23 Apr 1766 at Wyke Regis, Mary, bapt 7 Aug 1740 at Wyke Regis, dau of John Slaughter and his wife Mary (née Loder).  He was lost at sea in January 1803 and she d. 8 Jan 1807 and was buried at Wyke Regis on 14 Jan 1807 (Archdeaconry of Dorset will dated 12 Apr 1804 and proved 2 Jul 1807) having had issue:

a.       Henry, bapt 8 May 1770 at Wyke Regis, d. before 1804.

b.         William, bapt 6 Sep 1772 at Wyke Regis, m. 11 Aug 1798 at Wyke Regis, Martha Jeneson and had issue:

1.      William Henry, master mariner, of 44 Charles Street, Horsleydown, Surrey and 10 St. John’s Terrace, Camberwell in 1871, bapt 29 Mar 1801 at Wyke Regis, who had issue:

a.         William Henry, stationer, of Camberwell, b. circa 1833, m. 1857, Emma Melson and d. 1896 having had issue:

1.      William Henry R., iron worker, b. circa 1858, m. 1880, Martha Harris, mantle maker, and had issue:

a.       William Henry R., b. 1881.

2.      Ernest Alfred Thomas, tin plate worker, of Camberwell, b. circa 1860, m. 1883, Harriet Mercy Fenner and had issue:

a.       Ernest, tin plate worker, b. circa 1883.

b.       Arthur Frederick, b. 1896.

c.       James, b. circa 1901.

a.       Annie, b. circa 1885.

b.       Alice, b. circa 1887.

c.       Florence, b. circa 1889.

d.       Ellen, b. circa 1894.

1.      Emma Eliza, of 105 Buildings, Newington, Surrey in 1891, book sewer, b. circa 1862, m. 1890, George Charles Bye, lamplighter, and had issue.

2.      Florence Elizabeth, of 4 Victory Place, Newington, Surrey, b. circa 1864, m. 1890, Alfred Gower, carman, and had issue:

3.      Amy, of 24 Kincaird Road, Camberwell, b. circa 1870, m. 1893, James Edward Billinghurst, builder’s labourer, and had issue.

4.      Minnie, cloth tailoress, b. circa 1873.

2.      George, master mariner, of Easton, Portland, Dorset, bapt 29 Mar 1801 at Wyke Regis, m. 2 Feb 1822 at Portland, Susannah Pearce. She d. 8 Feb 1881 and he d. 1886 having had issue:

a.      Edward Pearce, master mariner, of Alverstoke and Gosport, Hampshire, bapt 6 Mar 1825 at Portland, m. 13 Apr 1852 at Portland, Elizabeth Dine and had issue:

1.      Edward George, schoolmaster and prison officer, bapt 18 Dec 1852 at Portland, m. 1879, Mary Ann White and had issue:

 a.      Ethel M., schoolmistress, b. 1881.

b.      Ella Winifred, b. 1883.

c.      Ernestine Gladys, b. 1885.

2.       George, shipwright, of Alverstoke, b. circa 1861, m. 1887, Elizabeth Spanner and had issue:

a.      Winifred C., b. circa 1888.

1.      Elizabeth, of Alverstoke, bapt 28 Apr 1856 at Portland, m. Nicholas Way Collins, stonemason, and had issue.

2.      Susan, b. circa 1863.

3.      Ellen, dressmaker, b. circa 1865.

4.      Mary Catherine, dressmaker, b. circa 1870.

a.      Susanna, bapt 22 Sep 1822 at Portland, m. 9 Jul 1853 at Wyke Regis, John William, son of John Chappell.

b.     Ellen, bapt 29 Jun 1828 at Portland.

3.      Robert Jeneson, bapt 15 Sep 1805 at Wyke Regis, d. Mar 1830 at sea in the brig Jackson.

4.          Thomas John Avery, cabinetmaker, enumerator for the 1851 Census, of Melcombe Regis, bapt 4 Nov 1807 at Melcombe Regis, m. 11 Nov 1830 at Melcombe Regis, Jane Pitter Bedloe.  She d. 15 Mar 1883 at Weymouth and was buried at Wyke Regis on 20 Mar 1883 and he d. 13 Apr 1888 at Frome, Somerset and was buried at Wyke Regis on 17 Apr 1888 having had issue:

a.     James Avery, printer and stationer, bapt 23 Mar 1834 at St. Nicholas Street Independent Church, Weymouth, buried at Wyke Regis on 27 Aug 1861.

b.     William Alfred, civil servant, of Camberwell, m. 1859, Eliza Clarkson.

c.     Robert Joseph, draper, of Egford House, Frome and later of Glenspean, Kestleton Avenue, Weymouth, b. circa 1838, m. Martha Ann – . He d. 9 Feb 1914 (Will dated 24 Jan 1906 and proved 16 Mar 1914) and was buried in Melcombe Regis Cemetery on 14 Feb 1914 and she was buried in Melcombe Regis Cemetery on 14 Nov 1921 (Will dated 16 Jul 1915 and proved 15 Dec 1921) having had issue:

1.          Arthur Robert, Corporal, Royal Engineers, m. 1896, Annie Taylor and had issue:

a.        Robert Avery, b. 1897.

b.       Arthur James, b. 1898.

c.        Edwin Norman, of Hanging Houghton, Northamptonshire, Corporal, 3rd (King’s Own) Hussars, m. Emily – and d. 29 Nov 1943, aged 43, in Singapore when a prisoner-of-war.

1.          Marion Margaret, of Lambeth, b. circa 1868, m. 1895, Eustace Harding, draper’s warehouseman, and had issue.

d.     Philip Henry, ironmonger, of Melcombe Regis, b. circa 1841, buried at Wyke Regis on 25 Jun 1864.

a.     Anna Jemima, bapt 16 Jun 1832 at St. Nicholas Independent Church, Weymouth, living in 1847.

5.          Charles William Wolstenholme, bapt 30 Jun 1811 at Sithney, Cornwall, d. 17 Oct 1826 at Dublin and was buried at Wyke Regis on 31 Oct 1826.

c.          James, bapt 5 Sep 1774 at Wyke Regis.

d.          Richard Slaughter, of Abercromby, Liverpool, bapt 30 May 1776 at St. Nicholas Street Independent Church, Weymouth, m. Mary – and d. 1855 having had issue:

1.      James, Baptist minister, bapt 18 Apr 1810 at Melcombe Regis, m. 5 Apr 1843 at Netherfield Independent or Congregational Chapel, Sarah Ashton. She d. 1884 and he d. 1888 having had issue:

a.           James Ashton, engine fitter, of Everton, Lancashire, b. 1853.

b.          Richard Devonshire, commercial clerk, b. circa 1856.

a.       Emily Elizabeth, b. circa 1844, d. 1910.

b.       Betsey Jemima, b. 1846.

c.           Louisa Lamartine, governess, b. 1848.

d.          Jessie, governess, b. 1850.

e.           Kate Palmerston, of Everton, Lancashire, m. 1884, Arthur Boswell Dale, clothier and draper, and had issue: 2 sons.

2.      Joseph Wellington, mercantile clerk, of Abercromby, bapt 17 Feb 1815 at Melcombe Regis, d. 1875.

3.      Richard, merchant and book-keeper, of Abercromby and later of Westbury, Gloucestershire, bapt 1 Nov 1818 at Melcombe Regis, m. 17 Feb 1852 at St. Cuthbert’s, Edinburgh, Georgina Patterson McVicar. She d. 1890 and he d. 1892.

e.          Joseph, bapt 19 Feb 1778 at Wyke Regis, living in 1804.

f.           Warren, of Hope Street, Weymouth, bapt 10 Dec 1780 at Wyke Regis, buried at Wyke Regis on 26 Apr 1843.

g.         George, bapt 4 May 1782 at Wyke Regis, buried at Wyke Regis on 10 May 1782.

a.      Mary Loder, bapt 7 Jul 1767 at Wyke Regis, d. Jan 1848 at Weymouth, d. unmarried and was buried at Wyke Regis on 13 Jan 1848 (P.C.C. will dated 6 Feb 1847 and proved 2 Feb 1848)

b.      Ann, of Hope Square, Weymouth, bapt 16 Jan 1769 at Wyke Regis, d. unmarried and was buried at Wyke Regis on 11 Sep 1839.

c.          Jemima, bapt 29 Dec 1784 at Wyke Regis.

4.       Charles, bapt 20 Apr 1748 at Wyke Regis, m. 7 Nov 1771 at Wyke Regis, Elizabeth Allen.  He d. 3 Jan 1773 and was buried at Wyke Regis on 8 Jan 1773 and she was buried at Wyke Regis on 19 Jan 1776.

1.           Mary, bapt 6 Oct 1744 at Wyke Regis, m. 5 Feb 1767 at Wyke Regis, John Williams and was buried at Wyke Regis on 7 Jun 1768 having had issue: 1 dau.

2.           Elizabeth, bapt 7 Jul 1751 at Wyke Regis, m. 1 Aug 1771 at Wyke Regis, William Allen and had issue.

 

RICHARD BUCK, mariner, bapt 22 Nov 1736 at Wyke Regis, m. 8 Jan 1762 at Wyke Regis, SARAH MAUNDERS. She was buried at Wyke Regis on 14 May 1783 and he d. 22 Nov 1804 (Will dated 12 Feb 1785 and proved 19 Mar 1830) having had issue:

 

1.       RICHARD, of whom presently.

2.       Samuel, bapt 27 Feb 1769 at Wyke Regis.

3.          Michael, bapt 21 Jan 1773 at Wyke Regis.

4.          Francis, of Weymouth, bapt 25 Apr 1777 at Wyke Regis, d. unmarried 11 Feb 1853 at Weymouth and was buried at Wyke Regis on 14 Feb 1853.

5.          Robert, Commissioner at Poole in 1804, of Poole, Dorset, bapt 24 Nov 1779 at Wyke Regis, m. 15 Feb 1810 at St. James’s, Poole, Mary Miller.  She was buried in May 1816 and he was buried on 3 Jul 1817 (P.C.C. will dated 17 May 1817 and proved 31 Jul 1818), both at Poole Independent Church, Skinner Street having had issue:

a.          Robert John Miller, b. 25 Sep 1811, bapt 20 Nov 1811 at Poole Independent Church, Skinner Street and d. 29 Feb 1844.

a.      Lavinia, bapt 6 Dec 1814 at Poole Independent Church, Skinner Street, buried at Poole Independent Church, Skinner Street on 24 Dec 1814.

1.       Elizabeth, bapt 21 Jun 1764 at Wyke Regis, m. 20 Jul 1814 at Wyke Regis, Thomas Tupper, block maker. She d.s.p. 1835 (P.C.C. will dated 2 Feb 1835 and proved 25 May 1835 ) and he d. 19 Jan 1839.

2.       Susanna, bapt 23 Oct 1770 at Wyke Regis, d. before 1817.

3.       Dorothy, bapt 25 Dec 1775 at Wyke Regis, d. before 1817.

 

RICHARD BUCK, Customs officer, of Poole and also of Shoreham, Sussex, bapt 4 Feb 1767 at Wyke Regis, m. 8 Jun 1785 at St. Botolph without Aldgate, London, MARY, dau of WILLIAM LANDER, master mariner, of Poole and his wife ELIZABETH (née CAMPBELL).  She d. 15 Jan 1830 and he d. 12 Feb 1834 having had issue:

 

1.           RICHARD, of whom presently.

2.           Carter, merchant, of Longfleet, Poole, b. 29 Sep 1788, bapt 24 Oct 1788 at St. James’s, Poole, d. unmarried 24 Aug 1878 (Archdeaconry of Dorset will dated 12 Aug 1878 and proved 13 Sep 1878)

3.           John Thomas, of Cape Town, South Africa and later of Poole, b. 1 Nov 1790, bapt 9 Sep 1791 at St. James’s, Poole, d. unmarried 23 Oct 1847 (P.C.C. will dated 13 Sep 1847 and proved 26 Jun 1848).

4.           Charles, b. Aug 1793, d. 1793.

5.           Charles Lander, of Pomona Road, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, b. 29 Mar 1795, bapt 24 Jan 1798 at St. James’s, Poole, d. 8 Jun 1874.

6.           David Lander, b. 16 Oct 1796, bapt 24 Jan 1798 at St. James’s, Poole, d. 26 Aug 1830.

7.           Robert, merchant, of 60 Mark Lane, City of London and Uplands Cottage, Larkhall Rise, Clapham, b. 28 Oct 1797, bapt 24 Jan 1798 at St. James’s, Poole, d. unmarried 22 Jun 1849 and was buried on 26 Jun 1849 (P.C.C. will dated 26 Aug 1843 and proved 3 Jul 1849)

1.           Mary Newton, of Pomona Road, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, b. 22 Nov 1799, d. 16 Oct 1874.

 

RICHARD BUCK, ship and insurance broker, of 36 St. Mary-at-Hill, 52 Eastcheap, 21 St. Petersburgh Place, Baywater and Camberwell Grove, London, b. 27 Oct 1786 at Poole, bapt 18 Apr 1787 at St. James’s, Poole, m. 5 Aug 1816 at St. Giles’s, Camberwell, MARY, dau of THOMAS MARTIN, merchant’s clerk, of the parish of St. Luke’s, Old Street, London and his wife MARGARET (née DYER). He d. 25 May 1861 at No. 1, Champion Hill Terrace, Camberwell and she d. 10 Dec 1878 at Kenilworth and was buried at West Norwood Cemetery on 17 Dec 1878 having had issue: 

1.           Richard Thomas, b. 29 Jun 1822, bapt 16 Apr 1823 at St. Giles’s, Camberwell, d. 15 Aug 1872 at Constantinople.

2.           George Alfred (twin), b. 12 Jan 1827, bapt 6 Jun 1827 at St. Giles’s, Camberwell, m. Eliza Martha Williams.

3.           Charles Henry (twin), commercial agent, of Kenilworth and 95, Ferndale Road, Clapham, London, b. 12 Jan 1827, bapt 6 Jun 1827 at St. Giles’s, Camberwell, admitted to Bethlem Royal Hospital on 14 Feb 1874, transferred to the General Lunatic Asylum (later St. Andrew’s Hospital), Northampton on 2 Jun 1874 and d. unmarried there on 29 Jul 1874.

1.       MARY MARTIN, of whom presently.

2.           Cornelia Margaret, of Abbey End, Kenilworth, Warwickshire, b. 17 Jul 1819, bapt 6 Oct 1819 at St. Giles’s, Camberwell, d. unmarried 27 Mar 1895.

3.           Louisa, b. 26 Dec 1820, bapt 23 Feb 1821 at St. Giles’s, Camberwell, d. unmarried 11 Apr 1867.

4.           Anne, of Abbey End, Kenilworth, b. 29 Jun 1824, bapt 25 May 1825 at St. Giles’s, Camberwell, d. unmarried 7 Mar 1900.

 

MARY MARTIN BUCK, of Peachfield, Ampton Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, b. 8 Feb 1818, bapt 20 May 1818 at St. Giles’s, Camberwell, m. 12 Aug 1844 at St. George’s, Camberwell, JOHN DENT GOODMAN, J.P., Chairman, Birmingham Small Arms and Metal Company Ltd. (B.S.A.) 1855-1900, Chairman, The Birmingham and Midland Bank Ltd. 1880-1898, eldest son of THOMAS GOODMAN of Peterborough and Birmingham and his wife MARY (née DENT). See GOODMAN – Burke’s Family Records, Modern English Biography by Frederic Boase and the memorial window by C.E. Kempe in St. George’s, Edgbaston. She d. 24 Feb 1893 at Peachfield and he d. 11 Feb 1900 and they were both buried in the family vault at Edgbaston Parish Church having had issue: 4 sons and 3 daus.