I have set up a password secure site for the descendants of John Buckman. If you can verify your lineage and would like to share information with other cousins, please e-mail me and I will be happy to include you in our growing community. The only stipulations that we have are that everyone agree to maintain the confidentiality of living members and a preference that everyone include source documentation or an explanation of their theory with any information that they provide. If you think that you may be descended from the above individual, please feel free to e-mail pertinent information and we will be happy to review our information to see if we might be able to help you.John Buckman married Sarah 1662 in Boston, MA. John Buckman, "although he took his wife bare", promised, in 1652, to pay the £5 debt owed by William Butler to an Inn-keeper of Lynn, MA. On February 11, 1655 John Sr. was living in Northwest Boston, MA. In November 1659, the above Inn-keeper brought suit against John which resulted in the Constable of Lynn, MA attaching John's boat of "sixe or seven tonnes" until payment of £6 was remitted. On January 13, 1673 John & Sarah Buckman sold land in the Northend of Boston "leading from the Mill Bridge toward winnesemmet fferrye" with the provision of "free privillidge and enjoyment of egress and regress passage...into and from his sd dwelling house into the street". On May 27, 1674 John & Sarah Buckman sold their land & dwelling provided that John could reside in the house until his death and that if the buyer "cause to pull down a part or the whole thereof...(he must) provide a convenient roome for him the sd Buckman to reside in." On September 24, 1684 the Sarah, widow of John Buckman, was granted his entire estate since he made no provision for her in his will. He died July 1681 in Boston, MA. John and Hannah had 2 children: John and Hannah. John and Ann had 1 child: Daniel. John and Sarah had 3 children: Samuel, Mary, and Jeremiah.