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 Alban Buckingham

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Alban Buckingham

Birth
Pleasant Hill, New Castle County, Delaware, USA
Death
8 Apr 1926 (aged 82)
Pleasant Hill, New Castle County, Delaware, USA
Burial
Pleasant Hill, New Castle County, Delaware, USA
Memorial ID
29424603 View Source

Alban Buckingham was the son of Alban and Mary Jeanes (Eastburn) Buckingham.

He had 4 siblings:
David Eastburn, 1840-1915
Richard Gilpin, 1841-1939
Elizabeth, 1845-1857
John C., 1848-1909

On 8 Jan 1876 after the Civil War he married Katherine H. Harkness the daughter of William & Elizabeth (Jones) Harkness.
They were married in Bethel M.E. Parsonage in Cecil Co, MD.

The couple had 9 children:
Frank H., 1867-1965
Harry J., 1870-1928
Mary E., 1873-1874
Alban Thomas, 1875-1959
Willard Whiteman, 1877-1970
Elizabeth E., 1878-1945
Adalou, 1881-1911
James Warren, 1885-1890
John E., 1890-1956

Alban was postmaster in Pleasant Hill. In 1886 Alban was appointed the Asst Inspector for the Delaware Grand Army of the Republic. As his tombstone shows he served in the Civil War in Company K of the 7th Regiment of the Delaware Volunteers.

Alban Buckingham was the son of Alban and Mary Jeanes (Eastburn) Buckingham.

He had 4 siblings:
David Eastburn, 1840-1915
Richard Gilpin, 1841-1939
Elizabeth, 1845-1857
John C., 1848-1909

On 8 Jan 1876 after the Civil War he married Katherine H. Harkness the daughter of William & Elizabeth (Jones) Harkness.
They were married in Bethel M.E. Parsonage in Cecil Co, MD.

The couple had 9 children:
Frank H., 1867-1965
Harry J., 1870-1928
Mary E., 1873-1874
Alban Thomas, 1875-1959
Willard Whiteman, 1877-1970
Elizabeth E., 1878-1945
Adalou, 1881-1911
James Warren, 1885-1890
John E., 1890-1956

Alban was postmaster in Pleasant Hill. In 1886 Alban was appointed the Asst Inspector for the Delaware Grand Army of the Republic. As his tombstone shows he served in the Civil War in Company K of the 7th Regiment of the Delaware Volunteers.


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