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Subject: Re: Ben F. and Udora Filisha Fennell Buck
Author: MissLata2
Date: Tuesday, August 01, 2006
Classification: Query
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Hello. I am a descendant of Frederick (b. 1794) and Sally (b. 1798) Buck of Pitt Co. North Carolina. They were in Shelby Co. Tenn. in the 1850 census. With the exception of their youngest child, Sarah who was born in 1839, their other children were all born in North Carolina.
I am the gg grandchild of Emily Buck Bayne (b. 1819?-June 30, 1900)
who moved to central Arkansas in 1869.
I have found her sister Melvina Buck Turner and her children in the Lonoke Cemetery along with Emily and her family.
I believe it is possible that the little sister Sarah Buck married first a Terry and then a J. D. Armstrong, who was a Civil War veteran. He is buried at Bismark, but I do not know about her.
There was a Hosea Buck who I believe to be their brother who lived on the Pulaski County Line. His son Hosea Jr. went to Texas, came back when he was dying in 1897, and returned to Barstow, Texas for burial.
There were also a whole bunch in the north end of Lonoke County in the late 1800's. I believe all the bunch was related as they listed North Carolina or Tennessee as places of birth.
May I ask, whom do you descend from?
Who were James Buck's parents and grandparents? Or does your information go back that far?
If anyone said North Carolina, it was Pitt County which had more people with the surname of Buck than you could imagine.
Looking forward to your reply.
Linda T. Acrey
ggg grandchild of Frederick and Sally Buck, formerly of Pitt Co., N. C.