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History of the Buell Family in England...and in America

By: Albert Welles (New York, N. Y., 1881).



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FORMAT: ELECTRONIC ONLY (CD-ROM)
The book is 423 pages and there is an every-name index. The book's text has been converted to PDF and is placed on a CD-ROM disc with the Acrobat Reader program.
Available for $14.95 + $3.99 packing & shipping charge (Add $1.00 S&H for each additional volume ordered).
 

   Variations in the spelling of the name Buell, include: Buel, Buell, Bewle, Buerle, Bewell, Bewelle, Bewele, Bevil, Bevile, Beverle, Bevele, Bevill, Beville, Bevyll, Buol, Bual, Buelal, Bahl, Buehl, Buhle, Buil, Bueil, Beal, Burele, Berle, Bewrle, Beyvile, Beyvil, Beyvill, Beynvile, Beynville, Burel, Burewell, Beuyle, Beuerle, Beurle, Beuele, Burlay.

   The earliest recorded individual in this family in England was William de Bevill who witnessed a charter in 1270 granted by the king (Henry III) for the protection of Crusaders. Other than the name there is no further information regarding this person.

   The first person mentioned in the American Buell family is William Buell, or Bewelle, or Beville. He was born in Chesterton, Huntingdonshire, England, and immigrated to New England in about 1630 and settled first in Dorchester, Massachusetts and later removed to Windsor, Connecticut in about 1635-6.  His spouse was Mary (____).  They had 2 sons, Samuel and Peter, and 5 daughters.  Samuel and Peter each had descendants who are listed in this book.
 

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