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A place called "Buffins" is located on Roxbury Road in Charles City Co at some point in time and the following Buffin family members may be buried there.
Giles Buffin died 1831 Will Book 3, pg 430: will written 29 Jan 1829, probated 29 May 1831; Minute Book 2: 19 May 1831, wil probed, executor, Amey S. Buffin (book says she is Spraggins, dau of Wm. and Martha (Abney) Spraggins.
Jane H. Buffin, dead by 17 Dec 1840, Minute Book 3: Philip C. Buffin, husband and administrator - order to settle account.
Emma L. Brackett, born ca. 1841 died 27 Jan 1877.....death register....white female died of consumption, age 36 - dau. of P.C. and Jane H. Buffin - born at "Buffins" - husband reported death.
Ann Brackett, died 27 Jan 1879.....death register.....white female died of chills and fever - age 38 - dau of P.C. and Harriet Buffin.
Buffin, ?.....died 4 Sept 1879....death register....white female died of pneumonia - age 8 years.
Court Minute book 2: Samuel B. Parker dead by 21 Sept 1837....administration granted Jane H. Parker. Minute book 4: 15 Jan 1852, orphans, Maria E. and Nancy A. Parker, chose Philip C. Buffin as guardian.
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