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Mildred Aull Buckman 

Mildred Aull Buckman

Female 7 Jun 1872 Twin - 1955

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  • Birth  7 Jun 1872 Twin  Middletown Twp. Bucks Cty. Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender  Female 
    Died  27 Apr 1955 
    Person ID  I9027  buckscountyhibbspursellandmuchmore
    Last Modified  18 Aug 2011 

    Father  John B. Buckman,   b. 2 Sep 1846, Middletown, Bucks, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Jun 1902, Middletown, Bucks, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Relationship  birth 
    Mother  Sarah Ann D. Hibbs,   b. 23 Mar 1843, Middletown, Bucks, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 6 Jul 1917, Middletown, Bucks, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Relationship  birth 
    Married  12 Feb 1868  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID  F226  Group Sheet

    Family  William D Bubeck 
    _UID  319587C6F8B0C441875D9E647D3254F29BEB 
    Family ID  F2868  Group Sheet

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    Mildred Aull Buckman
    Mildred Aull Buckman
    Mildred Aull Buckman Bubeck
    Mildred Aull Buckman Bubeck

  • Notes 
    • Raised Elizabeth Buckman (Ott) daughter of John Warner Buckman and Sarah Ann Slimm
      kept house forHarry Brown Hulmesville Pa
      MILDRED BUCKMAN, b. 8 June 1872; d. 1953; m. WILLIAM BUBECK, Somertown, Pennsylvania

      The following article noting her father's death refers to Mrs Buckman and children which had to be Mildred and Elizabeth,
      Bucks County Gazette, July 3, 1902
      John buckman, a well-known farmer, who lived above Hulmeville, was buried in Beechwood Cemetery on saturday last. Several years ago when Mr. Buckman farmed near Langhorne, a cyclone destroyed all his out-building and his house also was demolished. Mrs Buckman and children, during the storm, ran into the celler of the house and although badly frightened were not injured in any way. some of their household effects were carried several miles by the severe gale.
      Regards, Mary