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Buck Family of Woodville
A cousin of the BUCK surname in my line found one a message I had posted
on one of the genealogy sites solved a mystery. She is the great granddaughter
of Maggie Buck of Woodville and I am the great granddaughter of Ezetta Buck
who were sisters.
Thomas Buck was Woodville's Blacksmith & the parents to Mattie, Ezetta and Robert Buck of Woodville. The house that you see in the picture was built in Woodville,I.T.
Thornt and Maggie (Buck) Young at their house in Madill OK. Lady w/white scarf draped over head is Maggie & man w/saw is Thornt.
Robert Buck who was a singing school instructor who later moved to Amarillo TX & became a successful real estate salesman,who donated land for a cemetery in Amarillo TX.
Robert L. Buck
Taken By Death
Robert L. Buck, 64 years old, Pleasant Valley real estate man died suddenly yesterday afternoon as he was being taken to the hospital. His death was caused by a heart attack.
Mr. Buck, a resident of Amarillo for 14 years, was a member of the Methodist Church. His family residence was at 209 Rose Drive.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Edna Buck, Pleasant Valley, and by two sisters, Mrs. K.O. Attebury, Greenville, and Mrs. Maggie Young, Madill, Okla.
Funeral arrangements are in charge of Blackburn-Shaw Funeral Home.
Mrs. Edna Elizabeth Buck
Mrs. Edna Elizabeth Buck, 74, died at 5:20 a.m. Tuesday in St. Anthony's Hospital.
Her home was at 209 Rose Drive.
Mrs. Buck, a resident of Amarillo since 1926, was a member of Pleasant Valley Methodist Church. She was born April 8, 1884, in Woodville, Okla.
Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday in Blackburn-Shaw Memorial Chapel by the Rev. Uel D. Crosby, associate minister of Polk Street Methodist Church.
Pallbearers will be C. C. Brown, Raymond Ford, C.R. McPherson, D.H. Scoby, Roy Burkham and R. M. Rose.
Interment will be in Liano Cemetery.
Mrs. Buck is survived by a sister, Mrs. Nellie Bledsoe of Kingston Okla., a brother, Albie Bostick of ARtesia, Calif. and a niece, Mrs. Gladys Dean of Amarillo.
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