BUCE BUSE BUICE Family Trees

Cemetery Records

You will find BUCE family members buried in the following cemeteries:



OAK HILL CEMETERY
1120 N 19th St.
Birmingham AL 35234
HYPERLINK http://members.aol.com/BamaLephnt/oakhill.htm
http://members.aol.com/BamaLephnt/oakhill.htm

Burials
Compiled & contributed by Beverly Giles Loffler, [email protected] Aug. 25, 1998.
Oak Hill (AL) was founded in 1871 and has been in continuous operation since. There are a reported 8,500+ burials. The cemetery was operated by the city and is the location of 'Potter's Field', the cemetery for the poor. These records are copied from the original internment records of the cemetery. Please note! THE DATES LISTED ARE THE DATE OF INTERNMENT, NOT DATE OF DEATH. Also note that the notations "COL" and "Colored" refers to the race of the person. Any genealogical information present was included.

BUCE, Dorathy Elizabeth 10 MONTHS 17 Feb 1927 Austin V. Mathis
BUCE, Ethel Lee 82 YEARS 16 Jun 1972 Austin V. Mathis
BUCE, William Dawson 63 YEARS 21 Aug 1953

BUCE, Dorathy Elizabeth 10 MONTHS 17 Feb 1927 Austin V. Mathis
BUCE, Ethel Lee 82 YEARS 16 Jun 1972 Austin V. Mathis
BUCE, William Dawson 63 YEARS 21 Aug 1953


 

Interment Records of Tallassee City Cemetery (aka Rose Hill Cemetery).
Tallassee, Alabama
November 1896-November 1915

- Compiled January 1998 by Lisa R. Franklin RN
http://members.aol.com/genweblisa/intermnt.htm

This old volume, entitled simply "Tallassee Cemetery, Tallassee, Ala" is located at the Tallassee Library, Tallassee, AL, 36078. The cemetery referred to herein is presently known as Rose Hill Cemetery.

Buce, Florence; Birmingham, AL; East Tallassee; 20m; f; 1901 JUL 12; teething
Buce, Mrs. Lou; Tallassee; Tallassee 29y 5m 24d; f; 1903 AUG 26; consumption
Buce, Mrs. Sallie; GA; Tallassee; 76y; f; 1902 MAR 21; pneumonia
Buce, T.F.; Tallassee; Tallassee 6m 1d; m; 1904 JAN 10; pneumonia
Buce, Velma; Tallassee; Phenix City; 1y 3m 24d; f; 1902 JUL 13; fever


Crenshaw County, AL Cemeteries
SASSER CHURCH OF CHRIST CEMETERY
TOWNSHIP 7N-RANGE 17E-SECTION 25, CRENSHAW COUNTY, ALABAMA. 4.3 MILES WEST ON HWY 29 FROM BRANTLEY, ALABAMA.
Contributed by: Gerald Hidle, March 1997.
http://members.aol.com/GenWebLisa/crncem6.htm


BUCE, FRED D. b 15 NOV 1907 d 12 FEB 1974
BUCE, CORRIE T. b 04 OCT 1903 d 29 SEP 1988
BUCE, WILLIAM JOSEPH b 14 NOV 1932 d 14 MAR 1990


The following BUCE people are buried in
Benton County, Arkansas:

BUCE Bertha O. 1870 - 1839
BUCE Charles A. 1903 - 1972
BUCE Charles R. 1866 - 1929
BUCE Charley A. 1866 - 1929
BUCE C. E. 1835 - 1892 (Charles Evander)
BUCE C. E. 1845 - 1928 (Cornelius E.)
BUCE Lydia 1906 - ????
BUCE Lydia Mae 1926 - 1927
BUCE Nancy E. 1941 - 1970
BUCE Nanny E. 1871 - 1950


MOSIER CEMETERY
Mosier, Oregon
Informant: Susan Buce, [email protected]

BUCE, Jack McKinley (Sr.)
cause of death: suicide
KERR, Ethel Elizabeth (Breining), widow of Jack M. BUCE
cause of death: burns suffered from an apartment fire
HERMAN, Ruth Marie (daughter of Jack & Ethel BUCE)
cause of death: bowel obstruction
HOERTH, Gene (son-in-law of Jack & Ethel BUCE)
cause of death: sleep apnea
KERR, John (2nd husband of Ethel Breining BUCE)
cause of death: unsure


Clinton Cemetery - Hunt Co. TX
Submitted by Dudley Green
Transcribe and Photos by Gary Webb WTX
East from McKinney, Texas on US Hwy 380 for 14 miles to Farmersville, Texas. Remain on Hwy 380 headed East for about 8 miles, then turn South on State Hwy 36 for about 3 miles until crossing old railroad track grade, then turn West on paved road for about 1/2 mile. Cemetery on the South side of the road.

Historical Marker - Clinton Cemetery
According to local legend, this graveyard originated when an unknown cowboy was buried near this site with the permission of landowner James Massay, who designated the spot as a community cemetery. Massay also gave the land for a railroad right-of-way along which the town of Clinton was built. The earliest marked grave in the cemetery is that of R. J. McAdams (1836-1859), wife of J.
E. McAdams. The village was named Massayville in 1899, but was later renamed Clinton for Charles S. Clinton, an official of the Cotton Belt Railway. More than 500 graves in this cemetery and a few scattered homes in the vicinity were all that remained of the Clinton Community in 1998. The cemetery is a record of the pioneers of Hunt County. (1998)

Clinton Cemetery established 1860.
Cemetery in alphabetical order, typed from original list and sorted.
Last, First, Birth, Death, Ephitat


Buce, Emma, Nov. 10, 1869, Aug. 2, 1870, Daughter of J. J. & S. A. Buce
Buce, Ida A., Apr. 14, 1867, Nov. 1, 1886, Daughter of J. J. & S. A. Buce
Buce, Inez, Dec. 4, 1909, Dec. 4, 1909, Daughter of W. H. & Lena M. Buce
Buce, J. J., Sep. 19, 1836, Sep. 30, 1873,
Buce, J. J., Sep. 19, 1836, Sep. 30, 1873, Husband of S. A. Buce
Buce, Jeff J., Nov. 8, 1864, Dec. 24, 1889, Husband of Annie M. Buce
Buce, John H., Mar. 19, 1859, Jan. 4, 1878,
Buce, Lena M., Jul. 5, 1889, Dec. 7, 1909, Wife of W. H. Buce
Buce, Mary Ann, Nov. 25, 1869, Sep. 17, 1954,
Buce, Sophie Bruc Brumley, 1838, Jun. 22, 1914,
Buce, W. B., Jan. 5, 1861, Sep. 2, 1932,


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#80 Greenleaf Cemetery
Located in Tahlequah, Cherokee County, Oklahoma.

Sleeper, Raincrow, and Amber Hall Cemetery were relocated at Greenleaf Cemetery around 1942.
Young, Buce

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Fort Gibson National Cemetery
Fort Gibson, Muskogee County, Oklahoma
http://www.interment.net/data/us/ok/muskogee/ftgibnat/ft_gibson_brucap.htm

Buce, Joseph Samuel, b. 12/14/1891, d. 02/21/1964, Women's Army Corps, HORSESHOER, Res: Fort Gibson, OK, Plot: 7 0 254, bur. 02/25/1964
Buce, Lila V, b. 11/22/1888, d. 04/19/1976, Women's Army Corps, HORSESHOER, Res: Fort Gibson, OK, Plot: 7 0 254, bur. 04/21/1976



Record of Deaths and Burials Among the Freedmen in
Alexandria, Virginia ("The Gladwin Record")
http://www.freedmenscemetery.org/Dennee_Pages/Gladwinburlst3.htm

BUCE, Child, bur. 12 NOV 1868, 1d, mother Emily Buce, Payne St. bet. Cameron & King

CARLSBAD, EDDY COUNTY, NEW MEXICO
MUNICIPAL CEMETERY RECORDS

Eddy County, New Mexico
https://sites.rootsweb.com/~nmeddy/carlsbdb.txt

INTERMENT SURNAMES WITH THE LETTER "B"
Records extracted by Richard Wilkinson Typing by Richard Wilkinson June 2000
Submitted By: Richard Wilkinson <[email protected]> June 2000, Updated Aug 2000

The following cemetery records were obtained from the City of Carlsbad, Eddy County, New Mexico. The City of Carlsbad nor any of it's employees are responsibility for the accuracy of this data. However, every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this information. If you require further information on any person listed below please contact one of the people listed on the Eddy County Web Page We will make every effort to get you further information and visit the burial site, all as time permits. The Carlsbad Municipal Cemetery is located within the Corporate City Limits of the City of Carlsbad. The main entrance is located off Boyd Drive with an alternate entrance located off Juarez Street. The City of Carlsbad has been keeping the records of internment since about the 1940's. Before then, the local funeral homes maintained all of their own records. There was a fire at one of the funeral homes in the 1940's and many records were lost. Therefore, many of the burial sites are not going to be recorded here. Currently all of these city records are being maintained on 3X5 index cards and a hand search is required. Therefore, this information is being hand copied. The City of Carlsbad maintaines three cards per lot, 1)Interment, 2)Lot Owner and 3) Maintance record.

The information below is only the Interment records. It has been found that there are several cards in this file in which a person has purchased a lot but has not died. It is difficult to determine that the person is not deceased, from these records, unless a visit is made to the lot itself. I have attempted to identify these types of records in an effort to eliminate the record from this list.
Visit often, I am adding new information as quickly as I can.

IOOF= INDEPENDENT ORDER of ODD FELLOWS

Interment NAME: Div/ Blk/ Row/ Lot/ Sp


12-02-1964 Buce, Bartie Jane D 4 4 3
1941 Buce, Howard E. G 5 12 1
1937 Buce, Howard (Baby) H 26 10
1939 Buce, Samuel U. F 21 18
07-08-1945 Buce, William A. F 14 14

1942 Buse, Alameda G 6 9 2
04-14-1973 Buse, David G 6 9 3
05-26-1999 Buse, Frank T. O 7 3 5



Memory Gardens Cemetery
It is located at 2909 N Del Paso, Hobbs, NM in Lea County.
https://sites.rootsweb.com/~nmlea/MGardceA-G.htm
Buce Ulysses S. 1877-1974
Buce Josephine 1883-1963
Buce Rose Belle M. Nov 15, 1911 - Dec 30, 1975
Buce Henry U. 1917-1976 SSGT US Army WWII



Subject: Shoal Creek Cemetery
Are any BUIS/BUISE/BUICE/BUSE/BUCE people in Shoal Creek Cemetery?
Thanks,
Mike Craigie

Submitter: Lynda Allen
Subject: buce
Message: I looked thru the cemetery listings for shoal creek and did not find any BUCE by these names.In the Liberty cemetery a little ways down the road I found a Sarah Ann BRUCE Bryant.she was born in 1856 and died in 1933 she is buried beside AJ BRYANT and he was 1856 to 1918.I will take your names with me tommorrow and see if there is a surname in cherokee county by any of your spellings.Do you know any families that are connected to these? Lynda


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