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Re: Arbuckle Erbuckle Arbucle Arbuckell or any other variation
Posted by: sandra ferguson (ID *****4312) Date: May 08, 2011 at 15:06:09
In Reply to: Arbuckle Erbuckle Arbucle Arbuckell or any other variation by barbara bonomini of 2621

Barb, There are no wills in Chester, Lanc, Del,York or Phil Cos, with Arbuckle/Erbuckle/Arbucle/Arbuckell included in ANY way....witness, heir, etc...will try other spellings if you send them.
This is the one thing I Bucks Co wills;

Page 187. Thomas Harding, of Southampton, Yeoman. February 4, 1728/9. Proved December 26, 1732.Wife Mary. Sons-in-law Wm. Crodell, Jos. Arbuckel and Kinsman Thos. Gill, exrs. Daus. Mary Arbuckle and Grace Croasdell. Dau.-in-law Mary Harding. 9 grandsons, John, Abraham, Isaac, and Henry Harding and Thomas Harding, Thomas Hillburn, John Arbucke and John Croasdale.
goddaus, Mary, Sarah, Rebecca Croasdale, Mary Harding, Grace and Hannah Arbuckle. Thomas Butler and his sister Mary.Wit: Mary Simcock, Jacob Simcock, Junr., John Simcock. Land where Mark Butteridge formerly divdt. Land in Phila. bot of Penn in 1688. Land in Newtown.

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