Roger/2 Buck

M, #20532, (circa 1617 - 10 November 1693)
Father*William/1 Buck1,2 b. c 1585, d. 24 Jan 1657/58
Last Edited:11 Feb 2018

Children with Susanna (–?–):

Roger/2 Buck was born in England circa 1617.2,1 William Buck, 50, ploughwright, and son Roger, 18, sailed, 1635, for Massachusetts Bay on the Increase, Robert Lea, Master. They left England the latter part of April and arrived at Boston the end of July.2 His wife was perhaps named Susanna.3 He administered the estate of his father, who died intestate, 24 Jan 1658.1 A ploughwright and farmer, he settled near his father at Cambridge, and after his wife's death in 1685, removed to Woburn where some of his children lived.4 He died at Woburn 10 Nov 1693.5

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S915] William Richard Cutter, New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial, 4:1691.
  2. [S97] Charles Edward Banks, Planters of the Commonwealth, 148, 151.
  3. [S311] Ralph Dean Clark, "William Buck and Descendants," http://www.geocities.com/~ralphinla/buck.htm
  4. [S308] Thomas W. Baldwin, Vital Records of Cambridge, Massachusetts, To the Year 1850, 2:490, Susanna Buck d.
  5. [S210] Edward P. Johnson, Woburn Records, 2:23, Roger Buck d.
  6. [S311] Ralph Dean Clark, "William Buck and Descendants", citing Paige, Hist. Cambridge, 503.
  7. [S308] Cambridge VR, 1:101, John Buck b.
  8. [S308] Cambridge VR, 1:102, Ephraim Bucke b.
  9. [S308] Cambridge VR, 1:101, Mary Buck b.
  10. [S308] Cambridge VR, 1:102, Ruth Bucke b.
  11. [S308] Cambridge VR, 1:102, Elizabeth Bucke b.

William/1 Buck

M, #20534, (circa 1585 - 24 January 1657/58)
Last Edited:11 Feb 2018

Children with an unknown spouse/person:

  • Roger/2 Buck+2,1 b. circa 1617, d. 10 Nov 1693
  • Henry/2 Buck b. circa 1626, d. 7 Jul 1712
William/1 Buck, 50, ploughwright, and son Roger Buck, 18, sailed, 1635, for Massachusetts Bay on the Increase, Robert Lea, Master. They left England the latter part of April and arrived at Boston the end of July.1 William settled at Cambridge, where, 1652, he had a grant of 20 acres, lot no. 91 in the so-called Cambridge Survey. "The new home was situated in what was called the west field, now Raymond street, northeast from Garden street."2 He died at Cambridge 24 Jan 1657/58, and was interred in the Old Burying Ground.2,3,4 He died intestate; his son Roger was administrator.2

Source Citations/Notes:

  1. [S97] Charles Edward Banks, Planters of the Commonwealth, 148, 151.
  2. [S915] William Richard Cutter, New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial, 4:1691.
  3. [S520] Anderson, Sanborn and Sanborn, The Great Migration, 1634–1635, 1:448-50.
  4. [S148] Findagrave.com, memorial #16687198.