Buckner Deem

b. 19 August 1826, d. 12 August 1901

Father*Joseph Deem b. 20 Sep 1801, d. 14 Feb 1873
Mother*Francis Torr b. 1 Nov 1800, d. 15 Jan 1874
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Note*Buckner Deem From The History of Preble County
Buckner Deem, the second son of Joseph Deem, as old pioneer of Preble County, was born in 1826, and in 1850 was married to Mary A. Kissling, by whom he had 5 children, all of whom are living in Preble County. Mrs. Deem was born in 1831, her parents being old settlers of the county. Mr. Deem is a resident of Section 3, where he owns 237 acres of land. 
Birth*He was born on 19 August 1826 at Butler County, OH. 
Marriage*He married Mary Ann Kesling on 22 August 1850 at Preble County, OH. 
Death*Buckner Deem died on 12 August 1901 at New Paris, Preble County, OH, at age 74. 
ObituaryHis obituary published on 13 August 1901 at Eaton Democrat, Eaton, Preble County, OH; DEEM, Buckner, living east of New Paris, dropped dead while eating his dinner August 12, 1901, son of Joseph, Born in Butler Co, August 19, 1826, came to Preble with parents in 1833. Married more than 50 years ago, Mary Kesling who survives with 5 children: Mrs. Joseph Creager. living west of Eaton, Harvey of Eaton, Mrs. William Stamback and Mrs. Joseph Stamback of near Gettysburg. One of 9 children, 5 living: George W, William, and John of Eaton and a sister, Mrs. Mary Ann Fall of Wabash, IN. 
Obituary*His obituary published on 13 August 1901 at New Paris Mirror, Preble County, OH; DEEM, Buckner, living 2 miles west of Ebenezer died August 12, 1901, age 74, buried New Paris. Son John. 


Mary Ann Kesling b. 12 February 1832, d. ?

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