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Albert Gallatin Buck

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Albert Gallatin Buck Veteran

Birth
Robbinston, Washington County, Maine, USA
Death
4 Jan 1901 (aged 78)
Robbinston, Washington County, Maine, USA
Burial
Robbinston, Washington County, Maine, USA Add to Map
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In the 1900 U.S. Census, farmer Albert Buck, 78, born December 1822 in Maine, father born Mass., mother born Maine, was living in Robbinston, Maine, with widowed sister Sarah M. Albert (sic)no age, born Maine, parents born Maine.
No info on Sarah's children.

Sgt. Albert G. Buck, Company D, First Maine Artillery was living in ROobbinston, Maine, during the 1890 Census of surviving soldiers of the Civil War. He enlisted in 1862 and served two years, 10 months and six days before being discharged on June 27, 1866.

In the 1880 U.S. Census, widow Mehitable Buck, 80, born Maine, parents born Mass., was living in Robbinston, Maine, with widowed daughter Sarah Albee, 61, born Maine; widowed daughter and missionary Lydia Snow, 59, born Maine; and sons farmer A.G., 57, and painter Fred A., 53, both born in Maine.

In the 1870 U.S. Census, farmer Albert Buck, 47, born Maine, was living in Robbinston, Maine, with Mehitable, 70; painter Frederick A., 33; and dressmaker Sarah Alby, 51, all born in Maine.

Albert G. Buck, 39, Robbinston, s.; promoted Sergeant January 23, 1864; discharged June 17, 1865. Died at Robbinston, Maine, January 4, 1901 (The First Maine Heavy Artillery: A History of Its Part and Place...)

In the 1860 U.S. Census, Albert G. Buck, 37, born Maine, was living in Robbinston, Maine, with Mehitable, 60; and Frederick A. 32, both born in Maine; Sarah M. Allen, 41, born Maine.

In the 1850 U.S. Census, Mahitable Buck, 40, born Maine, was living in Robbinston, Maine with Lydia V., 29; painter Albert G., 27; Julia A., 25; painter Frederick, 23; Mary, 20; Laura M., 17; laborer Ebenezer, 15, all born in Maine; trader Walter F. Vose, 35; and Mary L., 29, both born in Maine.

In the 1900 U.S. Census, farmer Albert Buck, 78, born December 1822 in Maine, father born Mass., mother born Maine, was living in Robbinston, Maine, with widowed sister Sarah M. Albert (sic)no age, born Maine, parents born Maine.
No info on Sarah's children.

Sgt. Albert G. Buck, Company D, First Maine Artillery was living in ROobbinston, Maine, during the 1890 Census of surviving soldiers of the Civil War. He enlisted in 1862 and served two years, 10 months and six days before being discharged on June 27, 1866.

In the 1880 U.S. Census, widow Mehitable Buck, 80, born Maine, parents born Mass., was living in Robbinston, Maine, with widowed daughter Sarah Albee, 61, born Maine; widowed daughter and missionary Lydia Snow, 59, born Maine; and sons farmer A.G., 57, and painter Fred A., 53, both born in Maine.

In the 1870 U.S. Census, farmer Albert Buck, 47, born Maine, was living in Robbinston, Maine, with Mehitable, 70; painter Frederick A., 33; and dressmaker Sarah Alby, 51, all born in Maine.

Albert G. Buck, 39, Robbinston, s.; promoted Sergeant January 23, 1864; discharged June 17, 1865. Died at Robbinston, Maine, January 4, 1901 (The First Maine Heavy Artillery: A History of Its Part and Place...)

In the 1860 U.S. Census, Albert G. Buck, 37, born Maine, was living in Robbinston, Maine, with Mehitable, 60; and Frederick A. 32, both born in Maine; Sarah M. Allen, 41, born Maine.

In the 1850 U.S. Census, Mahitable Buck, 40, born Maine, was living in Robbinston, Maine with Lydia V., 29; painter Albert G., 27; Julia A., 25; painter Frederick, 23; Mary, 20; Laura M., 17; laborer Ebenezer, 15, all born in Maine; trader Walter F. Vose, 35; and Mary L., 29, both born in Maine.



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