Note: N36495 The elder son, William Buckle, acquired the Manor of Chaceley, Gloucs. in 1662 from Henry Browne.
Bapt. 20 Aug. 1627, at Longdon, was bur. 27 June, 1690, at Chaceley.
By his wife Anne (m. ca. 1648), who was bur. at Chaceley, 25 Sept 1691, he left,
1. William, of whom presently.
1. Eleanor, ma 12 Feb. 1691, John Brydges, of The Mythe, who da 19 May, 1756 after having adopted as his dau. and heir Elizabeth, dau. of Peter Venables.
2. Margaret, d. 8 Aug. 1675 ; bur. at Chaceley.
3. Ann, m. (lic 8 Feb. 1677-8) William Wadley, of Turley, co Gloucs, who was bur. at Chaceley 7 Feb 1688 leaving issue.
4. Mary Buckle, b. at Longdon, 22 July, 1656, m. (lic. 26 July, 1677), Richard Hooper, of Much Markle, co. Hereford (will 19 April, 1688).
Is this him?:
Quittance of William Buckle of Worcester, gent, as Collector of Lay Subsidy, 1661.
(Gloucestershire Archives: Buckle family of Chaceley.)
Presumably the “William Buckle of Chasley in the Countie of Worcester” who with “James Gilberd of Longdon in the Countie of Worcester”, “my loving friends”, was appointed an overseer of the 1661 will of John Hatton of Forthampton, yeoman.
Inter Thomam Osborne armigerum querentem et Robertum Sherieffe Greene Boulter et alios defendentes in Marten
Hussentree &c. Inter Elianorum Buckle querentem et Willelmum Buckle seniorem et alios defendentes in parochia de Castle Morton.
Henry Browne sold the manor of Newhall or Chaceley in 1662 to William Buckle.
Note: From bapt date
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