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Interested in the hundreds of notable Bucklins?
Worthy of note or notice; remarkable. 2.
Characterized by excellence or distinction; eminent.
For example, to the left is a drawing of a
Bucklin who founded a college preparatory school, and who was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor for
heroic service at Chancelorsville
in the Civil War.
His Medal of Honor
citation explains his bravery during a bloody battle. Read the
biography of John K. Bucklyn
for his civilian accomplishments, and that he really was a "Bucklin,"
father changed the spelling of the family name from "Bucklin" to "Bucklyn."
many notable Bucklins;
We offer a selection from our
The most notable Bucklin for historians is the Joseph Bucklin whom Rhode Island
celebrates as being the man who fired the "real" First Shot of the Revolution. Read about
Bucklin who shot the English Navy ship captain in the 1772 capture and
burning of the English Navy ship Gaspee.
So many Bucklins have achieved
note as artists, that we have grouped some of them on pages reached through
the "Noted Bucklins - Artists" link in the left
margin of this page.
For example, one noted Bucklin artist is
William Savery Bucklin, a painter in the 1800's. He achieved
great commercial success, and was widely known. His work included
watercolors, oil paintings, murals in public buildings, and covers for
magazines. On the left is a sample from our
catalog of the art of William Savery
Bucklin. W.S.B was best known for his cheerful forest
scenes. Persons interested in social history will find him interesting because
of his nurture by the Bucklin group at the North
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