|Birth: ||Jan. 14, 1899|
|Death: ||Nov. 10, 1993|
Malcolm Adrian Buckey was born January 14, 1899, in Littlestown, Adams County, Pennsylvania, the son of Elmer Duttera and Martha May Miller Buckey. He was the grandson of Levi Francis and Columbia Victoria Miller Miller, natives of Frederick County, Maryland. On May 26, 1931, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Malcolm married Dorothy Elizabeth Brickley, daughter of Edmund B. and Elizabeth C. Diehl Buckey. They were the parents of 3 children: Barbara E., Patricia May and Malcolm Adrian Buckey. Malcolm passed away November 10, 1993, in Spring House, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and was buried in West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Bala Cynwyd, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
From the Gettysburg Times of February 14, 1914:
"Malcolm Buckey, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Buckey, who has been ill for several weeks, is convalescing."
From the WW1 Draft Registration Card, September 12, 1918: Malcolm Adrian Buckey, 19, of Littlestown, Adams County, Pennsyvlania, was born January 14, 1899. He was a Student at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His nearest relative was Elmer D. Buckey of Littlestown, Adams County, Pennsylvania. He was medium in height, stout in build, with gray eyes and black hair.
From the Adams County Independent, December 30, 1921, Adams County, Pennsylvania:
"Mr. Malcolm Buckey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer D. Buckey, of South Queen street, left Monday evening for Baltimore where he joined a party of four on a motor trip to Roland, N. C., where they will attend a convention of the Delta Sigma Phi fraternity."
From the Gettysburg Times of Saturday, July 5, 1924:
"Malcolm Buckey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer D. Buckey, of Philadelphia, who moved from Littlestown several weeks ago, is in the South Baltimore General Hospital where he is seriously ill from an infection of the throat. He became ill while on a visit to Baltimore over the last weekend. An operation was performed at the hospital on Tuesday evening after a consultation of five doctors had been held. Since that time, his condition has improved and word from the hospital was to the effect that, if improvement continued during the next twenty-four hours as it had up to this time, Mr. Buckey would recover."
From the Gettysburg Times of Thursday Evening, April 22, 1926:
"Littlestown. Miller Barrick and Malcolm Buckey, Philadelphia, returned to that city after spending the weekend as a guests of Doctor and Mrs. J. W. Hickey and son, Paul, East King Street."
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Marriage Index, 1885-1951:
Name: Malcolm A Buckey
Spouse Surname: Brickley
Spouse Gender: Female
Marriage Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Marriage year: 1931
Marriage License Number: 601566
Digital GSU Number: 4141604
Wedding announcement for Malcolm Adrian Buckey and Dororthy Elizabeth Brickley from the New Oxford Item of June 18, 1931:
"The wedding of Malcolm Buckey, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Buckey, Philadelphia, formerly of Littlestown, and Miss Dorothy Elizabeth Brickley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund B. Brickley, Philadelphia, as been announced. The wedding took place May 26."
From the Frederick News of Monday, May 9, 1949:
"Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm A. Buckey, Philadelphia, with their daughters and son, Barbara and Patsy, and Malcolm A., Jr., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. D. Princeton Buckey here. Miss Barbara Buckey has enrolled at Hood College and will enter there this fall. Mr. Buckey is manager and vice-president of the Tidewater Warehouse Company in Philadelphia."
Social Security Death Index:
Name:Malcolm A. Buckey
Last Residence:19477 Spring House, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Born:14 Jan 1899
Died:10 Nov 1993
State issued:Pennsylvania (Before 1951)
Obituary for Malcolm Adrian Buckey from the Baltimore Sun:
"Financial expert. Malcolm A. Buckey, 94, a descendant of the founding family of Buckeystown, died of a stroke Monday at the medical center of the Spring House Estates retirement community in Spring House, Pa. He was the great-great-great grandson of Daniel Buckey, who founded the Frederick County town in the early 1800s, said son Malcolm A. Buckey Jr., of Richmond, Va. Born and reared in Littlestown, Pa., Mr. Buckey was a 1917 graduate of Littlestown High School. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Finance and Commerce in 1921. Mr. Buckey was president and board member of Tidewater Terminals and Merchants Warehouse Co. of Philadelphia from 1922 until his retirement in 1964, when he moved to Sky Top, Pa. He was a director of the Pocono Hotel Corp. and Skytop Club, and was the former member of the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and the American Warehouseman's Association. He was a director of City National Bank and a member of the Philadelphia Downtown Club. Services were private."
Obituary for Malcolm Adrian Buckey from the Philadelphia Inquirer of November 28, 1993:
"MALCOLM A. BUCKEY, 94, OF SPRING HOUSE; RETIRED CHIEF OF WAREHOUSE FIRM. Malcolm A. Buckey, 94, a retired president and director of a warehousing company, died Nov. 10 at Springhouse Estates' medical center. He lived in Spring House. Mr. Buckey was born in Littlestown, Pennsylvania, and received his bachelor's degree in 1921 from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School. He had been a resident of Spring House for 17 years and previously resided in Sky Top, Pa. For many years, Mr. Buckey worked in the warehousing field. At his retirement, he was president and member of the board of directors of Tidewater Terminals & Merchants Warehouse Co. of Philadelphia. He had served as president of the American Warehousemen's Association, chairman of the traffic division of the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce and a director of City National Bank (later part of Meridian Bank). Mr. Buckey was a director of Pocono Hotel Corp. and the Sky Top Club. He was a past chairman of the Tabor Home for Children in Doylestown, and a founder and a past president of the Beaver College Parents Association. He was a former member of the Philadelphia Kiwanis Club, Rotary Club of Monroe County and the Downtown Club in Philadelphia. For 54 years, he was the husband of Dorothy Brickley Buckey, who died in 1984. Mr. Buckey is survived by a son, Malcolm A. Jr.; two daughters, Barbara E. Grimes and Patricia M.; eight grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. Funeral and burial were private. Arrangements were made by the Baron Rowland Funeral Home Inc. in Abington."
Elmer Duttera Buckey (1869 - 1946)
Martha May Miller Buckey (1870 - 1941)
Dorothy Elizabeth Brickley Buckey (1910 - 1984)
Patricia May Buckey (1933 - 2007)*
Elmer Miller Buckey (1896 - 1963)*
Malcolm Adrian Buckey (1899 - 1993)
West Laurel Hill Cemetery
Plot: Garden of Memories 69
Maintained by: Gregg Freese
Originally Created by: Tony & Cindy Lloyd
Record added: Oct 28, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 60761415