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Buckle, Samuel & Co

St John's Street

Peterborough

1841 Pigot's Directory

Buckle Samuel & Co., St John Street

 

1841 census  - St John's Street, Peterborough **

 

Samuel Buckle 30 (1811) Merchant

Jane Buckle 50 (1786) Independent

Ann Jones 30 (1811) Independent

Mary Smith 30 (1811) Female Servant

Maria Hibbons 30 (1811) Female Servant

James Martin 13 (1828) Male Servant

1851 census - 6 St. John's Street, Peterborough **

 

Samuel Buckle Head Married 42 (1809) Brewer, Malster & Wine & Spirit Merchant born Orton, Huntingdonshire

Anne Buckle Wife Married 30 (1821) born Peterborough

Samuel Buckle Son 5 (1846) scholar at home born Peterborough

Charlotte D Buckle Daughter 4 (1847) scholar at home born Peterborough

Anne Buckle Daughter 3 (1848) scholar at home born Peterborough

Elizabeth Buckle Daughter 1 (1850) born Peterborough

Anne Ball Mother in Law Widow 71 (1780) Gentlewoman & Mother of Wife Anne born Peterborough

Henry Bath Visitor Married 53 (1798) Copper Ore Merchant born Falmouth, Cornwall

Susan Lock Servant 20 (1831) General Servant born Peterborough

Alice Joyce Servant 20 (1831) General Servant born Peterborough

Hannah Pervell Servant 21 (1830) General Servant born Thorney, Cambs

Sarah Dawkes Servant 18 (1833) General Servant born Peterborough

 

1860 7 June - Leamington Advertiser, and Beck's List of Visitors 07 June 1860

Heading: Died

 

On the 30th ult. at Leamington, Samuel Buckle, Esq., late of Peterborough, aged 51 years.

1860 11 September - PROBATE

 

The Will of Samuel Buckle late of Leamington Priors in the County of Warwick Gentleman deceased who died 30 May 1860 at Leamington Priors aforesaid was proved at Birmingham by the oaths of Anne Buckle of Leamington Priors aforesaid Widow the Relict the Reverend William Ameers White of Northborough in the County of Northampton Clerk and Andrew Percival of the City of Peterborough Gentleman the Executors

Effects under £5,500

1955 12 April - Peterborough Advertiser

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SAMUEL BUCKLE FAMILY BUSINESS Peterborough Adverti

Please see Bays (The) Queen Street.

1899 31 May - Peterborough Advertiser

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BUCKLES BREWERY page 1 location Peterborough Adver BUCKLES BREWERY page 2 location Peterborough Adver

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1854 1 April - Northampton Mercury

Heading: Peterboough

BUCKLES BREWERY Selling by Auction Northampton Mer

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SAMUEL BUCKLE Stamford Mercury 22.3.1799

1799 22 March - Stamford Mercury

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1813 14 June -Burial

Samuel Buckle at Orton Longueville, Huntingdonshire

 

 

 

1813 31 August - PROBATE

 

"First I bequeath unto my brother William Buckle of London......To William Smith of Peterborough aforesaid furthermore my best horse or half a pipe of wine (half a tun, or 1008 pints) over which he may trust To Jane Buckle wife of my cousin Francis Buckle of Long Orton Gentleman (including other beneficiaries)To my brother Barry Buckle of Londonderry in the Kingdom of Ireland Farmer.....I shall pay and transer the said sum of ten thousand pounds to Samuel Buckle son of the said Francis and Jane Buckle of Orton aforesaid to be paid on (illegible) vested in him as and when he shall attain the age of twenty one years and direct that Trustees or Trustee for the time being to pay and apply that interest dividends and yearly profits the sum of one thousand pounds for and towards the main trust duration and bringing up of the said Samuel Buckle in case he shall be under that age of twenty one years at the bereave of the said Barry Burke but in case of the said Samuel Burke before he attains the age of twenty one years then I direct my Trustees or Trustee or the time being to pay or transfer five hundred pounds part of the said sum of one thousand pounds to Christopher Buckle son of the said Francis and Jane Buckle to be paid to him as and when he attains the age of twenty one years .....

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1813 25 June - Stamford Mercury

 

"The affairs of the late Mr. SAMUEL BUCKLE.

The Executors of the late Mr. SAMUEL BUCKLE of Peterborough, in the county of Northampton, common-brewer and merchant, beg leave to acquaint the public, that the said business will be carried on in the future in the name of Messrs. Buckle and Co, who hope to merit the continuation of the favors so liberally bestowed on the deceased, by an unremitting attention to the said concerns".

Peterborough, 23d June, 1813

1830 6 November - Northampton Mercury

 

"PURSUANT to an Order of the High Court of Chancery, made in the cause of "Freeman against Buckle," whereby it is referred to Sir Giffin Wilson, one of the Masters of the said Court, to inquire and state to the Court, who were the NEXT OF KIN of FRANCIS BUCKLE, the brother of Samuel Buckle (the Testator in the said cause), living at the time of the death of the said Francis Buckle and at the time of the death of the said Francis Buckle, and at the time of the death of William Buckle, the son of the said Francis Buckle, with reference to the statute of distribution of the personal estates of persons dying intestate, and who were such next of kin, without reference to the said statute.  All persons claiming to be any of such next of kin, are forthwith by their Solicitors, to come in and prove their claims, before the said Master, at his Chambers, in Southamp'on buildings, Chancery-Lane, London, to the end that they may not be excluded the benefit of the said order. The said Francis Buckle was a Brewer, and resided at Peterborough, in the county of Northampton, and died in the month of October, 1823; and the said William Buckle was also a Brewer at Peterborough, and died in October 1828".

17th August 1830.

1838 16 March - Stamford Mercury

BUCKLES BREWERY TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION Lincs Chroni

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