George W. Buckberrough
ID # 845, (1859-1944)
|Father||James Coleman Buckberrough (1824-1916)|
|Mother||Rachel Smith (1834-1901)|
|Birth||George W. Buckberrough was born in 1859 at Norfolk County.|
|Marriage||He married Edith Malcolm on 15 September 1885 at Brantford, Ontario.|
Source: Marriage reg. 001397-85 Brantford, Brant County
George W. Buckborrough, 26, blacksmith, born Norfolk County, residing Big Rapids, Michigan. Parents James and Rachel.
Edith Malcolm, 16, born and residing Teeterville. Parents Marshall and Eliza. Wit. Amelia Buckborrough and Martha A. Gee, both of Brantford. On 15 Sept. 1885 at Brantford by A.L. Gee. The bride and groom were Methodists.
|Marriage||He married Edith Buckberrough on 23 October 1901 at Lake Odessa, Ionia County, Michigan.|
Source: Marriage reg. Ionia County, Michigan
Nbr. 916, date of license Oct. 17, 1901
George W. Buckberrough, 42, blacksmith, married once previously. Residing Odessa, born Ontario. Parents James Buckberrough and Rachel Smith.
Esther Buckberrough, 32, housekeeping, not previously married. Residing Lake Odessa, born Ontario. Parents George Buckberrough and Martha Bates.
On October 23, 1901, at Lake Odessa, by Rev. Wm. H. Skantlebury, minister. Witnesses F.A. Healey and Mrs. Reta Healey, both of Lake Odessa.
|Death||He died on 16 January 1944 at San Joaquin, California.|
|Burial||He was buried on 19 January 1944 at San Joaquin Cemetery.|
|Note||George is in Odessa Township, Ionia County, Michigan, at the time of the 1900 census and is a blacksmith. It appears that he is divorced. He has with him his 6 year old daughter shown as Okel born in May of 1894. With them is a cousin, Esther Buckborough, age 29, shown as a housekeeper. She was born in Canada in May of 1871 and appears to be the daughter of George Buckberrough and Martha Bates who were at Windham at the time of the 1881 census. In 1881, Esther's age is given as 12. (See marriage notes for George and Edith.)|
George Buckberrough and his wife Edith have not been found in the 1910 U.S. census. (See notes for Edith Malcolm for something of her story. George is with his brother, John Buckberrough, in San Joaquin County, California, at the time of the 1920 census. George 'Buckburrow' is in San Joaquin County in 1930 and by now has given up blacksmithing and is raising poultry. He is three households away from Oakel and Wyatt Person. In the 1940 census, he is still raising poultry and is next door to Oakel and Wyatt.
George W. Buckberrough died January 19, 1944, in Stockton, San Joaquin County. An image of his death registration is provided by familysearch.org and is to be found on their reel entitled 1944/Certificate of Death/San Joaquin Co/Jan-June/1-685, and it reads:
Registrar's number 102. George W. Buckborough
Place of death, County: San Joaquin, town Stockton, 814 S. Olive St. In community and state 23 years. In U.S. 65 years. Widowed. Birth Dec. 1, 1858. Age 85 yrs., 1 mo., 15 dys. Born Ontario, Canada. Blacksmith. Father James Buckborough. Mother unknown. Informant Mrs. Wyatt Person, 814 S. Olive St. Date and place of burial San Joaquin Cemetery on January 19, 1944.
A list of cemeteries for San Joaquin County has been examined on Find-a-Grave and just which this cemetery might be is unclear.
There is a marriage record for a Samuel Buckburrow in Temiskaming in 1922. He gives his parentage as G. Buckburrow and Edith Malcolm. He married a widow Alice Smith, maiden name Dunn.
The evidence is circumstantial, but we must hold this registration suspect. It's almost certainly a marriage for Siegel. The marriage for 'Samuel' is shown below, but see notes under Siegel.
Mrge reg. 020233-22 Temiskaming District
Samuel Buckburrow, 34, widower, farmer, born Norfolk County residing Township of Marter. Presbyterian. Parents G.W. Buckburrow and Edith Malcolm.
Alice Smith, 35, widow, housekeeper, born Yorkshire, England, residing Township of Marter. Anglican. Parents John Dunn and Jane Clarkson.
Witnesses: Anna Russell and Jas. Paterson, both of Englehart.
At Englehart on first June 1922 by A.M. Russell, Presbyterian.
Children of George W. Buckberrough and Edith Malcolm
|Last Edited||15 Jan 2014|