Thomas Buckingham

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Thomas Buckingham, whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), was born at England, between 1605 and 1610.1 He died at Boston, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts, 1657.1

Thomas married (1) Hannah (---), whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), at England, about 1630;2,3 he married (2) Ann (---), whose ancestry is unknown (or not traced here), after 1646.2,3

Probate of the will of Daniel Axtell of St Albans, Herts, mentions Thomas Buckingham and two others, all in Virginia and New England. Which man was where is not specified.4

Family 1

Hannah (---) b. abt. 1610, d. 28 Jun 1648
Children
  • Hannah Buckingham2 b. 1632, d. 1684
  • Daniel Buckingham2 b. 1636
  • Samuel Buckingham2 b. 13 Jun 1640
  • Mary Buckingham2 b. 27 Mar 1643
  • Reverend Thomas Buckingham+1 b. 8 Nov 1646, d. 1 Apr 1709

Family 2

Ann (---)
This person was last edited on16 Dec 2017

Citations

  1. [S990] F. W. Chapman, The Buckingham Family: Or the Descendants of Thomas Buckingham, One of the First Settlers of Milford, Connecticut (Hartford, Connecticut: Case, Lockwood & Brainard, 1872), 10-13, further cited as Chapman, Buckingham Family.
  2. [S990] Chapman, Buckingham Family, 13.
  3. [S1872] Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior to 1700, 3 vols. (Boston, Massachusetts: New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2011), 233, further cited as Torrey, New England Marriages (2011).
  4. [S1492] Peter Wilson Coldham, The Complete Book of Emigrants: 1607-1660: A Comprehensive Listing Compiled from English Public Records of Those Who Took Ship to the Americas for Political, Religious, and Economic Reasons; of Those Who Were Deported for Vagrancy, Roguery, or Non-Conformity; and of Those Who Were Sold to Labour in the New Colonies (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing, 1987), 213, further cited as Coldham, Complete Book of Emigrants.